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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta JIJNE Tire DA.IUT HERALD PAGE ELEVBI GI11L8 OF SAS BUSV THEIR CANNING The Sir Alexander Gait chapter gratefully acknowledge a donallou troin Mrs. Henderson to tho of War fund, ..Tlie chapter inty are wishes to state that money to this TO REPAY STATES registration of American cl-.from the grand duchy of Luxemburg Professors plan for Entente, to Up Caribbean Colonies. N'CT.- Yoih, June R. Suepiiard, ot Columbia university, spbaklng at tho National Conference ou Foreign rtelatlous of tlio L'jiited illscuijscil'thp ttiiludo o[ iho Unltoil "I'tOM-arU liio roieuUou by Euro batons of colonies In Uic Car- that geographically. ,ds Ijelongc'l lo America, lie 'that it Great. Drllaln ami .to derive material com- !rps rendered cer- tain aid of ihe Unit- fVzcns In Canada ucdcr the stlacllve ed SUtta it be ouly fair and rund tlie Canadian lied Cross society aQd will be glad to forward >y to frlontls. our the following regulations liave been forwarded from Canadian lied Cross society. Louden, Kng.: The Canadian Ilcd Cross society eend every fortnight three IDs parcels of provisions weighing 10 Ibs. each to, every' prisoner of war In tlie Cana- dian" (jputtHEeuta. tMs under Iho new regulations ttic maximum amount which may I? BCD-. The .C.R.C.S- sour, J3 Ibg. of bread, fortnightly, and Ib of tobacco or 200 cigarettes. The. present regulations forbid prl- ___________________________________ _ Bending lo prisoners of Mother'i Daughter" Canning Club li an Idea that originated with the women' of the United Stated JW any parcels conUlnlns food olr> 16 E The work. If to k-nx-li Letter melhoda of homo canning and the thine, .lobacco. c eareltca, anything conceal secret willing, or anything mentioned In Iho prohibited list neither may the Hed Cross accept unj" such parcels to for- ward to Germany. It n-ill.be seen therefore tlial there Is really very little lhat may bo sent juet llfal.they Ehqultl couritrjf '33; token of graiiiudo for Mnn over ihelr lo Hi I I v nf thojr own country Is i y voluntary. Such are the tlons rctelvctl tliis morning In a tolo- pram from Wa.slilngton by U. S. Vice L'UJISU! Gorman. EXILES APPEAL TO WILSON. Washington, June I boeu. now In in L'arls hare petitioned Pu-Mdent to direct American attention lo Iho cause of their coun- try, which, a statement made pub- lic torJay. Is ahown lo have been In- vaded Ly Germany In spite of her treaty uprecmonU and enslaved lo Truman rule, much us Belgium ha a HAVEN'OF REFUGE FOR U. S. SLACKERS to ot-_ oblriliicil here there i Canada from becoming' ige for American tlack- Unif_M Stales takes prevent''a wholesale) national 'torder. hivPU'bf slop f Hfu Under-a', rula'ol.'the rtalc. department at Washington In compliance with the opinions of Ihc United Slates war de- The might be borrowed by the vomei ell rat oil I on. ol waste. A JOFFRE ANECDOTE An Unrecorded Incident of the Mar- thil'B to West Point. Jo ilio Editor of tbo New York Times: Tho Times' account of Marshal JolTrD'fl visit lo West Point omitted Iho most important, albeit, wholly un- rehearsed aud .unji re mediated feature of a day crowded wllh historic Inci- dent. It happened al Hie official rcsl- .......I superintendent of Military Academy, When Joflra tripped lightly up Iho ilcnco 61 the _ the United Slitlea Colonel Diddlo. Mrs; Ihero we're molal oyea cren imong Hie men; one lady uroVe coinplelcly al the sight of Iho grand old warrior who had sayed Franco and the world's Ideals during tho days of .Mama. Vaullilqr, In accent vibrating wltli the love of-lier native end Its representative, whispered lo him who stood nearest: "Oh, the! I might Mss him In the of every woman Who coul'd resist sncli winded words with Preach poesy sharp- ened by 1'arUlan wit! tSo, seizing the arm of the I said: "Here, dens of the superintendent's rcsl- (General, ij. who ivould 'ealula dencc, ho found a small riumher of ladles, mostly nlvos of Ihose on the entertainment icomniltlM.. One of was Mrue. VaulhIerT whose .buEband Is French Instructor at ihe'poal. It was n moment of pro- found cmoiton, many ladles were In you la the name of the women of France." The old general burst forth Into Mi glorious fath1 lion of (he el htm the I'upa Joffro, and folding the iieaulifu CITY SHOE SHINE AND NEWS STAND COALDALE BLOCK NOW OPEN Nrwipapers and- Magazines from ail Euroye, England, -United-States and Canada. We Invite you to call and we thete and get a good lerlv f EC jyes'wliieh has earned for nnd blushing Mrac. Vauthlcr ID lili sheltering arms, pressing her agains the soldier's coat tliat'symbollzea faon or and victory, gave Her two .resound Ing kisses, one on each cheek. Then ho gazed far Bplrl sending the- godlike greeting to Lh brave mothers al homft; annMhen lio atrodo away lo pass In review of the real soldiers of our army, the men of HID West Point breed. I' Aud Mine. Yauljiler stood.gazing Irom eyes whose light pcnctrnted lo jthn Vosgcs and the Pyrenees arid half to herself she murmured: ''It would bo sacrilege to ever wash ftway sucli Kisses." But 'tears came to her re- lict. PQULTNEY BIGELOW, 13 Ige low Homestead, NEW DAYTON (From Our Own CorfiSDondenn Now Juno Arthur Gibson and son called oa Mrs. Grove Vcduesday alternoon. Mm. l.co Atkins went to Raymond Thursday evening. Mr. Varna Cari-wrlght Is spcndlrie few New Dayton. Miss was the guest of r n. Duncftn and family. Mr. and .Mrs. McDonald and daugh- .crs Miriam and Helen motored to Lcthbrldge Friday. .t -V Mr and Mrs.' Duell -were- IJaytou -Friday.'- Mr. Sam went to LctlibriJgc Saturday. i Leslie llcnlz spent thc-lsst part ol the ivcck wllh G. Moreland and. fam- ily. Oscar Binetson spent Sunday 'Vllu John Rentz and family. Miss Lena Morrical cfllle'd'On Flor- enco Hcnlz on Sunday. Mr. Alllc Fry IB' the .owner of; new auto. Morrical werit to. on business oa Beaton The Red urday in one of Ihc Machine Shearing Plant At (lie Fair Grounds for sheaving Custom Khci'p. We ho nli'ttseil Is sheepmen call and sue (he Using thick Elder Comb. Plant will open for operation Tuesday. L T. PRATT D. ALLPHIN MAY BE SEEN ANY TIME AT THE PLANT I Saturday Specials at the Ly private people, and under Iho cir- cumstances It, is the only plaa for people to order any specral food, to- bacco or comforts through the lied Cross. The.society will order and dis- patch'parcels lq any particular man wllh' ady money contributed for lilm. and do Its liest lo carry out.any wishes expressed by the subscriber as .0 Uic cohlcnlE-of tho parcel within ;lio: prescribed limits. Cut-Rate American Boot Shop "There arc two ways for farmers to pet saya Uncle Jed. "One Is lo lock arms and biiivr is to lock horns. I like the first way lies I." WHERE TO GO FOR Rooting, Tinsmithing, Fmnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE GO. PHONE 7C2 regulations office, ei.ra cloth- ing may'hot be scnl. The following outfit as authorized, Is sent by the society to each_ prisoner of war, and is repeated every six months: Great- coat (every. Jacket, trous- ers, cap, pair of bp'ots. 2 shirts, 2 pairs socks'.''canvas.slmes. 2 vests, 2 pairs drawers, cardigan, gloves, kllbag, 3 haud.kerchiefs', 2 Ar parcel- of 'toilet requisites, brush, ionib.-, tooth .'paste- and brush, husslf, "'imea; gramaphoncs, etc., arc .and Becm very ac- mvjc, playing cardB, may i-pvj-jfrlvjtd people through euch as Messrs. Strand, London, or the jforaeferry Road; Family rr'om' helng seriously ome manner Uic car J.FE. Cress was'badly stlllj in for Owl tig To" the "Bhorlage of of the steam plowing outfits Mrs. Gus. Kaupp left for 1 come mostly from the stomach, liver and bowels: Regulate these organs and keep I free from headaches' BEECHARI'S PILLS Ice Elnjoyable arid Admittedly Healthful Ice Cream, unlike mpst of the a really (hhip to eat. It is one.ol Ihc few lhat is really good for iis. The food value of Ice Cream is is on the diet lists eA-en the most delicately constituted a food olf excellenre for every age from to The lee Cream we make It M pure at It can powlbly be tondltfent thit rival of kitchen, It whepeyei1 ydu want It an'rf Ice Parleri In Lcthbrldge; Alberta, li.lc j' CRYSTAL DMY IJMITJED Edicitlon, London. Cross will order, 'ested. iliil Icourfor lund, i sj-e Klad to "adopt" or partially, lilt towards their 30s sent In the ndiue 'of iber -and the receipt ack- prisbner- direct to Are- gratetiilly re- ceived for tfto'se purposes, as arc any cbiilriuutlons (o the General fund ot this- deparlraen_t._ There arc rio now regulations, re- BJrding letters br post cards. II "prisoners express n wish (or money to be sent lliem, this can to iiorwh-throiiEli any post office by In- ternitlonal money order. balls, footballs, boilng gloves, (gramapbone records may only be 'sent'if espctlally asked for by a prisoner. Tlie.letter.contalnliiE such requests.should 'be sent'lo the Cana- Red Cross society, who will njaice the necessary arrangements. "The1' Canadian 'lied Cross soctcly ii-111 (iladly Give' any further tnforma- tfon tt pomibly can. LIST OF. PROHIBITED ARTICLES Neutral Countries. 1.. Enclosures..Intended for any per- son other, than the'prisoner or prlson- ersiof war nanici In Ibe address. Written; cpramurikatlonB, printed liiiislratloiis, photo- printed, form of ack- ho'wleiigment, JnBinjctlons for playing games, opening-Uns, etc.... J; Food (except lo sfllccrs or by the CftilfaVPrlEOnors 'ol War conimlltec lowels and btndk'crcbtcls (except uniform clolli- boots sent to officers or of- 'flclsl Issnes'lhroliih lh? Central Prls- tmera: at War. or Its na- !jl r. 6. Spirits !-of iSOlldlReil spirits for cooKlnR stoves.' matches or other; In- fls'mmable'articlca.- ji ,7. 'Stationery, plnylng cnrds iid'iicnllar artonllnK faclllil.ca writing lo officers [sent direct fro'nij spprovcd