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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rAGE FOURTEKX llll!; l^llUlUniOUK - UAIIjirHK.HAt.b' American Soldiers Going Overseas as Fast as the Ships Can Load Them Up ^Vashlngton, ; June lS>-Aii>pricai\ trtiopa sent to" 1="rnno(' now nuniiior more thnn SOO.dOO, Cenonil Mari'Ii, chief of staff, iinnouiuftl today. Tho number of troojis now lieing llransportod. General -March sflUl, is Jiiiiittbtl only by tho oiipnCity of the chips available to carry tUcm. "'.Vuil \vc V'ill contiinie to phip Ihem along llii.� Jinr."hB nildort. Tlio ^00.0(10 (iKurc iiicludos all brnntUies of the service necessary to innke up .* coinploie. army, both com-batiint and rion-combatani units, tieu-rral Arjirch said. All war department fipTures j-oBardiuK troops sent across will be given out on this h;isis. A Common Scheme General' March said that the. four GCrniau ilrives so far made wortv "a t)art of a common scheme of offon- ive." Up to this time, ho added, tho extension of the allied front from Rhelms to the sea had reached sixty. >." ' So many American troops have been sent, abroad, General March said, that their number now is reaching tho point , of being sufficient to counterbalance the losses of the allies. SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1018 Made In Canada I "Is Itself a Food" ^ A pure, delicious, drink; should a:lso be considered a valuable adjunct to a meal, as it contains a large amount of nutritive matter in an easily digested fomi. Its use permits the saving of other and more expensive foods t TRADE-MARK ON EVERY. PACKAGE Booklet of Choice Recipes sent FREE ^ IWALTEr1aK�R& CO. Limited Established 17^0 DORCHESTER MASS. . MONTREAL. CAN. FOOT COMFORT Ease Those Tired Aching Feet With Dr. SchoU's Foot Comfort Appliances. We fit them properly and guarantee results. These appliances with a pair of well fitted canvas shoes will makfe you comfortable and.feel like doing a dlay's work without beiiig tired. W. J. Nelson & Co. Sherlock BuOding, Corner 3rd Avenue and 7th St S. CONFERENCE IN LEIHBRIOGE ON SOLDIERS' LANDS Soldiers' Settlement Board Will Hold Session Here on July 10 and ll"^ ILADI PHONE 1224 : THE CRICKET ? >>* > Detroit. .Michigaa,' Dear Dory .\m\\ Wliat are you reading theso days besides war books'.' 1 la treaty port of China and a dehtra.Af-the au^ar Industry, ' > two hMHdrad"�nd\tw�nty-five miles nerth^Mt 6f Cantort. Acoerdtno to �n 6fflelat. aiineunoement Issued here'today, the'Japanese marines were sent ashore because of the disturbed conditions at the Chinese ports. Let Me Go Back to France. p K. Louis Wh'lting, I,.et me go back to Franco , I'll stifle In this ease, This doing as I please-: Let me go back to France "ButThere is Hell," you s'ay? You plead my soul away Oh, yes, it is a Hell, But know, my gentle one, full well. The very Christ walks there- Not hero, not licre, I miss llim here. ' While there He; seems so near; They call! TJipy'.'; calling me to come, But I forget-you cannot hear The voices ever in my ear. "I am so tired of war," you say? Yes, yes, I too; but so are they- War-weary are they, every one, But tell Iheni, tell them that I come! You've not- beon ithare-how could you know The memories that haunt me 3d! If I could make yon understand You'd take me gently by the 'hand, And point the way To-day. I am not cold, dear heart, The next five days or so -will be the most anxious period of the year .with the farmers, according to A, E, Qualty. district ageni, who haif just returned from a tour ot the district tJi'rou^h � '">,� "'^�" T.ioor to Bow Island, across to Korof- And oh, I care-! carq moft and returning via Lucky Str/ke But were this Highest and Foremost, With rain before June 22nd, Southern Alberta will hi^vo a good crop. Otherwise It will be more or less of a failure. There Is a great deal of the country -in the best of condition, with enough moisture near the top to carry the crop a long way yet. But soutlieaBt, tho situation Is.not good'cxcopt occasional fields. In the Foremost district some, ot tho gi'aln Is In the shotblado, and It win, as a result, he short, Mr. Qually states that tho cattle aro looking exceptionally fine. On Thursday night there was ..a rain nt New Dayton and Coutts/ which swung north to Conrad, but It was light. Conaidcrablc crop in the Barons and -Monart-h dlstr/cts had been blown out ny tho high winds of Monday and Friday and the farmers are busy ro-seeding the land affeCted to oats for feed. The �oynl Arcanum Is taking up the fight against tho German press across the border. Mr, 0, n, Mnrnoch. who was vico-chairman for Southern Alberta for tho Inst Victory Loan, has been asked by the Minister of Finance to attend a conference pn tho procedure In connect on with this year's loan, nnd Is leaving- for Ottawa early next week lleavn'a door. And 1 could enter there I'd kneel upon tlio threshold With a prayer Until the Great All Father, Who lent this world his son, Answered, "Go hack to France's lino- And hold It till I come." -1- AMERICANS BOMB HUN LINES WITH GAS With the American Army In France, June 15,-(Associated Press)- American batteries last hiaht hurled thousands of gas shells Into the (merman lines along the Marne front, northwest of Chateau Thierry. The bombardment was In retallatfbn for a iheavy gas attack by the Qermani. There isn't a leaf of common tea in a ton of it. and being stronger it really is the most economical to use in your home. Blue Ribbons-British grown tea. FOR OUR LADIES' ADVERTISEMENT IN ] GOVT. OFFICIAL ON CHARGE OF THEFT St. Catharines, Ont, June 15,- James E, Lawrence, for more than thirty years paymaster of the Wetland Cnnal, faces a chargis of stealing $16,000 from the department ""of railways and canals. .  ---- -------"�riuwji iota.-�F.^wiran EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE the McLean transfer 313 SIXTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1097 An Optician's work entails more than merely fitting the eyes. There is the person--ality to suit aa well. Glasses should help the appearance-not mar it. And that is what our scientific methods do for you. Glasses will Increase your coratort and efficiency-give perfect vision and protect sieht. They will prepare your eyes for hard .work. ' , ' . i A careful examlnatlonvcosts you nothing and det^rihlnes the glasses needed to correct sight trouble. Every prbferorice for a particular variety of stylo or Mm can bo Batlstled In our stocks , LEt US REPLACE YOUR BROI^EN LENSES v J, M. HENDERSON Sight Specialist at Wright's Jewelry Store 'JiUiiitMii'iipii[; 283002 13854836 ;