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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGK EIGHT TIIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD �iiU-..... imiDAY, JUNK 7, vm ^Irs. J. .lolinson has iivoivpd ilio lolimvjng letlor fi'snii licr sun, W. Jblinson, wlio has hoon in a hospital dn KnglanU: 31y dear .Motliei',- I have rcccivoil iiniir a few letters irom Fiance f:-:)!!; vr>ii, nuMlier. ami \ rp.aily hclicvo I liavi> goi all ymi have "wrillen. I do Itoiie i .te! ymir liareel ami that tiicro is a pai." of six-ks in il. 1)Ut I don't KriulKe any (if ilie follows over in France goltiui; i! as they need things worse tlian I do. lull as Salmon says, llicy are far ber.er off for (ooii over in Franco than iliey are in this perhaps it nilKlit havo fallen vietlm to lliinio't; ytiliinarltics. so 1 will try again. Well. I received yonr lunvay letter O.K.. lint never (he I.ethbrldgc Herald or the iiareols wlildi yon stated yon had sent . We linve tnlkeil abonl you several times lately niiil � 1(11 of the fellow.s that came over | wondered if yon had iiioveil awny on the same draft as I did. There areifi'on Cardsioit. Well, sir, we are linv-foiir fellows whose iiiiinbcrs all in a | inK some lively times Just now. I row follow each other like, 1.'.J!i3,:'.70. think Fritz has decided to break or :iS'i. ;;m. .i.s'S. jukI a whole lot of ! "onsi. Whenever he others. It certainly has been ;i hard tiii\e lately aup'^s \ ^v- mmmm to ................. . , meets the ('ana- ! dians he nsnally busts. 1 saw Colonel tore it's all finishcxl. They are callinK np men in this eotintr.v tip (() (inite an age. �!.�> to Tiii 1 tliinl; il is. Irespeetive of what family tliey have ami about all the States are doin.i; as they will eonie finish and fhuw nii good, but so far its mainly talk about what they are Keaiouis a few days ago over bete in the fst Hatialioii. If yon reinoinbfr. At Cnidston-Pleasant Affair -Working For The Kcgistration � connfry. There's no donbt �^^�'^'yj[,,,^,i,^^,,,i^aovnvinyhixuko^onbcxa- ; ing the Hrilish and French in this big ; offensive. Iriit so far she has had a hard tin?e of it. and fonnd a ..v.i.u. .........- : verv Uaril tin?e ol It. ami lonmt a � oiiei ,i!;aiu. .les ...^ bit in this country and ,.~ heio realh , j^,,;.,^^,,,,,,,,,), j,, ,i,an she fpnred him after all, contrary t aumvin 1-vance tnai on and mnsi'have lost an awfnl lot of Old officers' statements, parcels because we ^J ,,.,! doinc what she has done, it has 1 O Say. l.en. here's a there when we were back lom tlol|^^, i,.u.K-u.-,rd >Mn-iua. .\ eertain man in this ( motlier, they feed ^lie trocijis over there more, it iiia.v be rougher hut 1 donbt il, rations are cm ilown (]uite a bit iwore ]iar there line, but here its hard to buy an>- thing. Kver.vtiiiag is rationed and cant he hoiigiit uiihont tickets or fonpons. Well, inolher. 1 rlon't think you need worry much about me for a while now arf it will be iinile a while j .before I see France again, if ever. 1 | will have to ehanc!' a good deai from Avhat r am now to be of any use ovtr there. I s�>e by a paper to-night that | the signalling Scrgt. we had there is > . :i lieutenant now. I also see by the i'ranee: same paper in the catjualty iisis ouite I , � _ Dear ^ir,- -.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1 -"^'ot having heard frotn my last let-"^^^^�^����������Mi^* ter sonte-six niontUs ago. I thought he raised the old l.'itli O..M.H. and was later rejected. He Joined again as a private, was insuie a sergeaiil, later ............................. a sergt-major and went to a forestry yet is talking. Mayho j corps in the Soudi of France, was not t' ill strong about the | contetit to stay tliere but iiiatiaged to transfer to a fighting tmit and has niuv been made a lietitonant and is well liked by his men and has been mentioned for some honor. It tickled him to death for nie to call liiiu colonel again, lies got the right sitiff in to some of his �> ; > ? ! > ^ > U. S. PART IN TRADE STRUGGLE �Wii.Mhlngton, Juno fi.-Wlint may be the tlrsl step In n gen-ptnl policy of more iietlve par-tlclpatlon by tho tliilled States 111 prcpnratlona of the nations at war with aormniiy for llio "iiftor the. war" trade stni.ggle has boon taken In the appoliil-iiioiit of nil eeouomlc roproseii-tutive of the slate department to Join till! AmerleaM embns.-iy at Homo. It was learned today that the now envoy la about to proceed to his post. steady stream of : ^ > � ? : CANADIAN "WAACS." iMMi a \'er.v t'oid. PacKw.-ii'il i-ipi , i'Vlinv.iry ;(ud tile early part of Miwvh I must i'.ave biu good, because the .'work was well forward, hut since I thtn liicre has boon very little growth. From Hill. j __3. A Strange Case. A local uiaii has roeoived the fol-I lowing letter from Uandinaster . Arthur Hanson, of Cardstou, w)io is France, April ri:. (Itteer thing, s outfit is nihk- (I'rom Our Own forrr-'Xienilpnt^ Cardston, Juno -1.-l.nsi week saw a very ploasiiig recognition of thi> labors of tlto retiring First Ward Hlsboprlc - Messrs. ,1ns. T. Urowti. i'. W. lUivt and Hen. ,1. Wood. The metnbers of both wards were invited to bo present at the gathering ami there was a good altemlanee; -poronto. ,I�nc 7.-AI a meeting of at the Stake Tabernacle where nishop , ,,g o,n,|n,,, (.o,,ell oC tho Y..\I.C. Burt iirceided. A progra.n was Pio-^ ,\ i.y,,, yeHtertlay It was decided v.ded by each of the ward orgauli'.a- ; ,, ,,,, support a worker tions taking a number, and lb()re was ,,,,,^,^ W.A.A.C.s in a great variety, from �:lH>eehos >y , p,..,,^,,,, .-^Uss .Margaret McDonald of the lieliot Society to a Hag drill b> , (,j.,,., ^^.j,^ appointed to undertake iug a woiuierful ve^iovd. He has won i ,i,p primary ass(Jclat!on boys who : ,.(,,�){ m believe 1 If you are looking for substantial home aud one that will literally pay for the buying. I have a proposition in a class by itself. A nine roomed ' resiiUnce standing in two lots 52x125 ilot adjoining sold for .$:!.00n.00>. substantially built ajid so arranged as to allow for renting of at lea.st rooms without .slightest inconvenience. Three splendid sized rooms, with kitchen and porch on ground floor: upstairs, 5 go ground-floor entirely private for own ui?e. In a few years the income will pay for your bouse. You can handle this proposition with $2000.00 The balance on your own terms. The price will surprise you. i GIRLS' PAINS AND WEAKNESS Yield to Lydia E. Pinkharo's Vegetable Compound. Thousands of Girls Benefited the Military .Medal and later the bar. has been mentioned in despatches and now he i:5 to get the I). C. M.. and 1 some say it should have been the V.C j for extraordinary bravery. He is ji j man from llayniond under an assnin-i ed name because of some trouble ho had there, his folks think he is ileatJ long ago, he has not written to Ihetn for over eight years. Now he is making such a wonderful name for hid battalion, the 50th, and the folks of his home town will- never know it is one of tiieir boys, because he is called Scrgt. Alex Strange. Capt. Porter's Son Writes. Fapt. I'.eo. I'orter has bad the fol-towing letter from his son in France: "i-Yance." April Ji, 1!>Khi!r ami oducaCor is going to .I.'.usalcm to lake a chair In tlm ready appreciation of all observers." ' now JowLsb-university. ; I hope, too. that you had a pleasant ; fUylUs V, StVAte were nuieUy niar-i voyage on your way over aud no ried on .lune -lib at I'res. Wood's of- St. Louis, Mo.-"When I was only I fifteen yeara old mother had to put ma to bed every raoath for twoduysbecaufo I suffered such pain. I also suffered from a weal:ness and mother took me to a doctor but he did not help me. Finally n30ther made mo Don't delay once. but see me at FRANK WADDINGTON S. O. E, Building 10th St. S. Phones 770-469 "feeding the fishes" like 1 did, when you and Caii, Beeinan kidded me about having a piece of pork on a inill through. Uo you remember that'? ,Vo doubt you hav.e seen in the papers what has been going on over j here lately, but believe me "Fritz" j got an awful slap i(i the face that i time, and he will certainly get another j if he starts any more of bis capers. I I haven't had any leave yet. and . don't know when I will get some I either, but I don't care very much take Lydia E. Pink-ham's Vegetable i........ - - Componnd and it 1 �"l^en it comes now. Hut I guess I'll has made me strong > Ko to "Hlighty" again and see what and healthy. So i looks like. Some of the boys are when mother or I 1 going to Paris, but I prefer going where 1 can talk once in a while, although 1 guess I'd be able to navigate in Paris too. 1 haven't seen any of the ll,-,lh boys for some lime now. so i don't know just how they are getting along. hear any woman oomplaining wo tell them about Lydia E. Pinkham's 'V'ejro-table Compound end what it did for ' me."-Mrs. John Fbame, 1121 N. IStb St., St. Louis, Mo. Girls who suffer as Mrs. Pramo did should not hesitate to givo this lamous rice. Both young people are of -Mountain View and are well known there. Mr. and .Mrti. .fno. West. .Iv.. with the bridal couple, departed for Leth-I bridge at once as Mr. West is called | tor inilitary'Hervice. He is a brother-j indaw of Mr. Webster. | Very many friends will be pleased l to offer congratulations to the young people on their life's journey. Navy League. J. A. Irvine addressed all the churches at Cardston Sunday last in behalf of the Sailors' depcndentci. At S o'clock in the evening an interesting illustrated lecture was given in Die Palace Theatre which was crowded to the doors. .\n organization was affected, with .Mr. F, W, Atkins as lhairman, Mr. .\l. A. Coombs, viee-cbairnian. Mr. T. W. SiSver Class STARCAk or all Home St arc TKe starcl depend upon Work on fine ii^you can or pne Manufactured hy THE CANADA STARCH CO. L1IV11TE0 MONTREAL Uyce. Secy.-Treas., with an executive i of seven to assist in this work, named ________ ^ Yv'ell. 1 dnni know of any more for j as follows: Messrs. .Ino. V. Parrish, root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink- ; now. but when you write let we know,; c. W, Rurt, Uev. Kejlock. U. A. Pill-i ham's Vegetable Compound. 8 trial, as jail the news and how things Stand, ing, J. -\Vaiter rj>U'itiniv Mesdames H. ' "Au Revoir' for thia time and best ' a. Stacpoole and V. V. "thristie. i love for all. . - _ With t/iis strong organization there W.\KREX. I is no doubt as to the success of the . . - i campaign for the .Vavy League in this . . f. V, . I localitv. The iota mvestments m f'si'enes , Registration for^June 2-2nd. across the oorder is $.o,")0,OtO while ; ^ ^.^^ j.^j-^^. ^ the tndustry gives emplojment to -2Li.- ^^^J^,^^y evening last and met the evidence that is constairtly being published proves beyond question Uiat this grand old remedy has relieved roorf. Buffering among women than any other raedicino. Tft confidential advice writo Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.. The result of their forty years cxpeti-ence is at your service. oou people. A Declaration of Peace Would Bring Joy to the World at the Present Time The ''2'' M'S are Bringing Joy to Hundreds of Clothing Buyers this Season Because,of the exceptional values tKey have to offer, not only in the clothing section but throughout their entire stock of high grade merchandise for men. This is just the time for economy-Let us help you do it on your clothing bill.- Extra Special Values in Fit-Reform and Society Brand Tailored Suits at $22 $25 $28 $30 $32 $35 If $18.00 or $20.00 is your Suit Price, you will find our values exceptional. These suits have no equal re quality and workmanship. ' Cool Underwear at War Time Prices Combinations, Mesh, Athletic style, at..............____.. $1.75 Combinations, Silk.......$6.50 up Hosiery Cashmere, 40c, 50c, 60c, 75c Hosiery Holeproof, $2.25 the V2 doz. with representatives from Card-iton. Raley, Taylorville. Aetna, Biazer and WooKord. There were many others away from tc^vn spending the holiday and sliould iiave been present. Mr. M. A. Coombs, as head of the j Cardston School Roard, was placed in charge of the work in this , riding; organization ha.s yei to be affected at Mt. 'V'iew, Leavitt, Harrisville, Kimball, Caldwell and .Jefferson School districts. This will be effected by .Mr. Coombs, who has all supplies re-ciulred. In each district the teachers are expected to aid in this work as the slogan is "Everybody to be registered." As an Inducement or a conven-I ience to the country residents it ! should be known that a person can I register at any convenient point. If j the farmer has to be in town on busi-! ness he can register there, but AIting ot tl�e Canadian Press I Asaoeialton, Incorporated, The meet ' Ing will be presided over by the pn; aldeut, ,1, H, Woods, editor of the Calgary Herald. .\ special session will, be held on Thursday evening when ( addresses will be made by Hon, T, A. I Crerar minister ot agi'tcuUuro In the i Dominion government and Hon. Dr. I CoUy, minister of ' oducatloti In tho' Ontario governmont.  The reports to be pwsented at the meeting will show that the present membershli) Is 80!), a net Increaee during tlie year ot 44 raembera, notwith-stanillng (luits a few'.losscB of members owing to the sifipenslon of news-papers, ou accoui^t of tlilfe' preasuro oC war conditions. ;;^( Sweden ba)^^'ro|?9'Bp,(\^'Ov^r 400,000 loiifl ol Khipping'HqijtSflV.nlted States and the Allies ii'ij the result "f a cdm-niercial agroe-inrni juBt.. Blgned at �Stockholm with lh� United Statoa. $lpo WHIRLWIND SUIT SALE The Largest and Greatest Stock of CLOTHING IN CAPTIVITY We have decided to sacrifice 230 Suits in a great variety of styles. All new models out this season. Very fine all wool tweeds and worsted fabrics. 92 SUITS. Worth today $28.00. All sizes. Sacrifice Whirlwind Sale Price- 138 MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS. The finest collection of styles and pal-terns. Worth today up to $40.00. Plain and slash pockets. Navy blue, -brown, greys, black fancy mixtures. Pure all wool and the best tailored clothing in Canada : Art Clothes, Art Craft, Coply Noye's. Whirlwind Sale Price- '. No high prices here, every day Is a bargain day, every day a sale day. Oui* customers realize each day that our values are positively unbeatable in our clothing. Men'.s Furnishings, Boys' Clothing and Shoe Departments. We offer the biggest values in Southern Alberta. ^ Lethbridge The Great Clothiers of the Great West 88 35 ;