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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVE EPNE8DAY. JUNE 23, TI1K 1. E T H B B11) G B B A Tells ioiilclhing Story of i i' -v' _L f Gf SICKNESS orn Out, Thin and Miserable Juno 20lh, 1914. f rouble anil Diilmsing nearly drove nip wild. Some mo got a box of ,ur famous fruit medicine, and Ihoy .....mo. To-day I am TT: 'f -t of Chum in Battle Sergt. K. lli who was oue ol mipo- and a physician, meeting ,o'on iKo's'trcet, asked the reason for 15- improved, appearance. ding' Ho said, "If ruit-a-tiye's mnko you look so well, go headwind'tnko them. They are dams torcforyqtt lltan H. 8. WILLIAMS. 600. a hoi, 6 for trial sizo 260. ,t dealer's pr scr.'. postpaid by Fruit- Ottawa. Igl. r. tlio UthbridRp hoys lo go as iiwn- ber of the l.uthbnilgc machine gun squad in tlio lOUi battalion, writes air interesting letter to Ins nlotlwi at Fort Knlrllelil, MIIC., and tells a touching stoi-y of the less of one of his chums in .'battle. A copy of the letter has been handed to tbe Her- nlll. lie says in part First of all, 1 thank Ood 1- am iliil alive after what we have just, gone through. At this dale we arc, or those who 'the the dressing stations near imr trench. are left ot our battalion, spending lew days in Ihc country back ot Hit; uiuoAiiiK He heard that 1 was in the trenches to his left and over lo see inc. At tlmt time hi, was in the best ol spirits and told me his experience about llm great charge he was in. Thai same night just us In., went on guard a sliraiuicl burst right over his head and two large pieces entered Ins back. As his-comrades were can-ymi; him lo the dressing station, one of then, emne over lo tell me the sail II n blow to lor we were sui-li good friends lor a Ions time. I rot up and went down lo sec him At liisl he did not recognize, but when I spoke to him and net' grasped his 'hand be opened his eyes said, "Ob. Clyde, 1 knew you 'Ulla i Mi III" (if out or lay around on the We have no shrapnels, bombs or rille loatdale Plans Wor July First are all. June i s pi-eparing for a good time here on am going he new- hall is rapidly learingrcompletlon. and will be In use or that "scpasion. There will be a- u'fbgrarome of sports, beginning ,vith at 11 a.m. In the VYC nttvu lire to contend with. I never in my life had anything gel on my nerves so much as'those little "Willies. By jolly, they arc a wicked shell. From the time thc great battle started April 22nd until .we were re- lieved May 5th, we were under an awful shell fire day and .night, and during that time no .one could say was their own. No doubt by this time you have heard a good many rumors about, the great battle in which we Canadians took an active part and did so nobly. It was our first real engagement with the Germans, and, believe me, atonies I am done for.'.' It was tumble to see mm in such I 'don't believe I ever felt so barl in my life as 1 did then. tried to console him as wcl. as 1 could and when 1 started to leave him hi' grasped my hand and said, "Well, Clyde, have been the best oi tric.ids' for over tour years and have had a 5001! many experiences toi'Cltici. We have kust [ought, a good light and now to think 1 'am done j tor; it will break ...y people's hearts, j If 1 don't see you again, give my re-: gards to all and tell them '1 did my duty.' Me llicn closed his eyes and said, "Good-bye, Clyde." Mother, you have his paict ans anil, believe me, uiu.ic .viotlier, you ma leit will never forget it. I poslsuril. lie is dressed as a High-, ____ K'f'PIt Corns Are Out of-Date They Indicate Which Are Obsolete Now Folks who have corns arc folks who pare them, or IKK liciuicln, or some oilier old-lime Ircolment not up-to-date. Mosl (oiks don't keep corns now. When one appcms ihey a Blue-jay plasJcr The pain stops insfantly. In 18 hours the corn disappears lorever. A famous chemisl found this way to cud corns without pain or soreness. Now millions use it. Fully hnll the corns that grow are ended os soon os they appear. There is no excuse (or corns. You can't prevent them, maybe, bul you con remove ihcn, quickly. There will be no lasting corns on any feet when oil (oiks know of Blue-jay. jfternodnftbe- time will be taken up B-ith various; races and stunts, for which prlus will be offered, in there will be a girls' game on the school croundV ---'there will be dancing both evening, with good or- Meals will be served about the battle. We for and took over the trenches from the French which thcv look from the Germans three 1 am glad to be back from the fir- ing line. We are now in a u.iiiet sp'ol having a good rest. When I out and stand in front of thc old farmhouse and gaze upon the broad, level land, anil sec thc Blue-jay Plasters IS and 25 DruggiaU Mattel Fra Bauer Black, uJ N.wTork thcv look from tne Hermann hroail, level lanu, ami sec u.u weeks before. During that lime they green crops springing up anil did little or no work to the trenches thc taU bringing forth so when we got there. a lot j seems so peacc- ot work had to.be done. rui nuiet and vet within a Few.- We all worked hard that night and nothing but death and destruc- lows to go back at on the next day, all Ihe nest night and -n the following night, believe me, we did a lot of work. On the 5th ni The last mcc'ing of Ihe St. .J-yi'fi- iin's A. "F the season will be held tomonow afternoon al 3 o clock. r-ile.-.rv Albertan: The engagement is "announced of Miss Hdith 13. Dlbb oi Calgary, io Mr. ficorsi- H. I'll of' i.othbridgc. The marriage- lake place on June Su at .Mount lloyal college. Thc Womi-n's Missionary Auxiliun of Wesley church will hold their n- Kiilar meeting on Thursday aftcriioo, at 3.HO p.m. at Ihe brain- ol Mil- Hi-aullovv, 10th St. S.lloth Alixiliarj and .Mission Circle reports Iron, drlega'.es at the rci-cni coiivenlliu cd al Kdmonton will be rend, an, icht ri-frcsliincnts served, l-.very lady iiilereslcd is cordially invited In at- tend. _ _ t Souris .Mary K. Fenwick, a hridc-elticl ol this week, was the honor guest at a bright cut- Klass and aluminuin shower Mondai, June 7th, at the home of Miss vm- ma Smith, lew. A damn liinch was served and a very enjoy- e evening was spent. London. June of .Mun- itions Lloyd George took the country into bis confidence today in introduc- ng in ihe House of Commons the a measure which lomlitions under which material is am to be prepared in this country. This comprehensive project makes by liie Rev. Mr. was performed This comprehensive project maues by Kev. Chapman, ol.Car- strikes and lockouts illegal: provides The bride, who was unat endc or commi'isory arbitration-, gives the looked exceedingly pretty n betom- S leer army of workmen pledged to W0rc a wreath oi pretty orange blob- wherever they are wanted. oms. eanmjc. ea a? noon-aid, evening. A arge crowd Is expected and a good time anticl- P3TSheWrwi :be a regular meeting of the U FJk-att the school houie on Sat- urday nJgn'tT followed by a Joint meet- "BB of' We variou. com mittoes arrang- Sg {orHKiDominlon Day A. M tcnell-l. enjoying a vis Irom his Rev. 0. A. Mitchell, who hi bfeeSr-aftending the conference in- the east, and i. now re did a lot ot work. On the oin mgni an we wein relieved by" other troops lion. It will take years and years to anil then it will never get th EMterii' I ni 1 iTa will meet with Mrs. orrow afternoon. Honeysett and .MarBare hltlDE' he croir.wllVi be quite heavy. lohn Davidson is spending a father's- marched back lo our Tbe following morning everything seemed so peaceful and quiet I took a party down town to see some csf the rui'nB wrought., by the Germans. When we reached the large square just opposite the ruined Drapers' hall which was a magnificent building with beautiful arched doors and halls with lovelv, large painled walls, now no- thing but a heap ot ruins. We stood there several minutes looking at the ruins and thinking to ourselves, "What if our town was bombarded like ihii place, destroying buildings, killing men, women.and children, and possibly our own would we think or feel like and yet building-is only, one of manyi thous- ands which have- met the same fate. Anyone-iwlioOias.not visited the Sght- Vng once-and seen the awe and., de- struction ot this country canjorm np conception of German Kultlir. We then proceeded diagonally across "thB-square- where three civilians were selling post cards on the sidewalk. Uter buying a Few cards for- souven- irs' we went further lip town. -We had not gone fifteen minutes when vre heard a loud explosion back in the square somewhere and saw great col- umns of smoke rising. Wild Commotion go a wi, .isk oandj and otbr aitiu It was ie cr. dilTcri'nt Tell Harold uoonnue we came uwi, i.' iscandy has been in the firing-line a. grand treat lo tare h g o said I e or (rt l, v'uii all tho best of am, -l Your loving son. Germans Used Up enough to the front to beiable to state positively Itat the Germans are demoralized and dis couraged'.-sll-estat-en mad. said oi We get awful was the best candv tbcv ever tast-1 of ,our .tations. h-ome dais i. Only one regret H clidionly hard-tack and bully beef. and sam led by DOCTORS DID NOTHELPHER But Lydia E. Pinkham'i Veg- etable Compound Restored Mr.. Health- Her Statement The homVof'Mr.' and Fei.wick, Carroll. Man., was thl I scene of a __ nti, iviipn inpii" :_____ joined Winnipeg, Canada. Eleren year. ago I went to the Victoria Hoipital, Montreal, suffering with a growth. doctors said it was a tumor and could not bo removed as it would cause instant death. They found thatmy organs were, affected, and said I could not live more than six months in the condition i was in. "After 1 came home I saw your adver- tisement in the paper, anu taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. 1 took it constantly for two years, and still take it at times, and both my husband and myself claim that it was the means of saving my life, i highly recommend it to suffering women. "-Mrs. OHILLA BRADLEY, 284 Johnson Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Can. Why will women take chances or drag outasickly.half-heartedexistsnM.miss- ing three-fourths of the joy of living, when they can flnd health in Lydia E. Pinkhum's Vegeta- ble Compound For thirty years it J has been the stan- Wcd-idard remedy for fe- ma el Is.and has re- cene o a nesdav June 9th. when then second daughter, Mary listella. vyas Joined in the bonds of holy matrimony -to Allan Jlackie Hitchic oi Uthlmdgc The ceremony come too I.IL aim '-v'-1. "-J ionic, town to- lay back- in- ttmjbill- ols for someone else to'eat." .foo .1. got permission- with' two oilier.-lei- EXPERT FARMERS 'NEW-ILLUSTRATION PLOTS Mr Lloyd George admitted that the shortage of munitions was serious in view of the standard set up by ibis war. This fact, he continued, was doubtless as well known lo Germany as it was in England. "The duration of tbe conflict, tbe toll of lue, and the amount of exhaustion for ultimate vic- tory or defeat, depends uuon the sup- ply of the Minister de- C is cardinal: Where tbe Allies are making'progress on any Part .ol tho line it is due to their superiority munitions. The Allies have super- iority in men, both in numbers and in mialitv I have been .told that the ccn ra-i European powers are turning out shells a day AVe must -lot. merely equal that, but we must, and if we are In earnest, we can sur- pass that output. -The Germans nay as well recognize it-anticipated the duration of; this' war as ..no one else lias done. They, realized it wou! be a great trench war.: and they -had organized an immense supply of ma- applicable to these cond.Uom, We asumefl that victory was -.due us. a. tribute from fate. Our problem U.to oSe-not-take it for grant- ed to do W the whole engineering en. lo uu L. ,hi coun. I said to the boys, "We had better go back lor -I. Sear has On reaching the square u en thing leemeit to he in a The recent establishment of iutistra- tion stations in and Saskat- chewan' is being .utilized as a medium by the Dominion department of Agri- culture for the recognition of farm- ers who have made a conspicuous sufr cess of farming in the piajrie the different operations, and to thres the'-- grain, -'hai-ves'ted from each of separately, c children were running in all and chiren were n direc tions' It did not take us long lo nnil out what the trouble was for it was plainly seen 4 Jack Johnson bad struck a building in -the square and demolished it, throwing half of it clear across the .square, smashing all inces .p the deniTtment de cides to locate an plot m a certain d'istrict. A farmer who'-is dose tc a main highway and who ha, made n success, of his farm aiom, mued farmin0 lines or even along grain growing lines, is selected ag the the ceremony a dainty vcddims breakfast was served, the table presenting a most pleasing el- ect decorated with carnations, ros- es ami fern. Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie left'for a short honeymoon to Wmm- llec and Brandon on their, return a reception will be given at. the home of the bride's parents before leaving [or their future home in Lethbridge. The manv useful sad pretty gifts which were received amply testified to the high esteem in winch thc bride was An exchange contains, the following account of the wedding .at Conrlenay Bav, Comov, H. C., of a well known young lady Miss .losie; McDona d; of Lethbridge, Alberta, niece of -Mr. David Ryan, of this place and .Jlr. Joseph Anderson, the. noted, basket and baseball m marriage on male ills, and has re- store.] the health of thousands of women who have been trou- I bled with such ail- menta displacements, inflammation, ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc. If you want special advica write to lyrthi E. Pinkham Med- iciine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass. Yourlctterwill ueopened, read and Answered by a womanf and held in strict confidence. a, marrage on Tuesday morning at 10.311, by Rev. Fr. Mortens Alter the marriage ceremony a Nuptial Maw. was celebrated, the solos being heint taken hv Miss Downey, Mrs. t. Wha len and '.Mrs. John'Jensoh. We bride trv and zanVed ganizeu. B, a resources of this coun- o the Empire, must be or- When tttis. has been done Amcucan New 10 nr, nllPCltilOn Ol til" OUV ClCat SlvtOaai Wic mail the windows and killing those same three civilians whom ve bought post i.aiu. othera. I dent' Richard was most enthusiastic ener the and ID I'rana done bs the ener A GOOD THING When It Come. Gkt Away You _. and noticed' wounded pathetic food, wnt years I offered Mj lhajis how I happened to buj For stene a woman bending oier one oi the bodies on the sidewalk and ing as if her poor heart would break I thought at thc time it must have de been her husband, her onl) support I have gone hick tc, gci and given htr word 01 comiorK but L was of another tongue We did not dare too long at Ibis spot lor fear mother lack might come crashing down on us, so went to our billets We had not gone anv time when heard a big JacK whuzmc through tbe air on its to the square Another one came and still anotner At a o clock the Germans started lo shell us hie eepeciallj the portion of the city nhere we were billeted Shell! were [ailing thick ami last, destroung bJldmr alter build me and killing all those were near To tell the truth 1 thought the whole world was coming to an end Men women and children were running in all directions carrying nhat tae> could and leaving behind the rest came that the Ger mans, had broken through the Frencr line bt using asphyliatmg gas Our battalion got orders to fall in man to operate this illustration on. Many-of these stations havo already, been established the department and manv good farmers b-nc been thus recognized The au.followed is as follows The farmer co-operating uu of the department a of bis farm about 4o acres the __ having a frontage ot not less than 48 rods on a -sell travelkd 48 rods, on a -sell travelKd is intended ,u so that the wort tarried on ma) be- portion of the he it stubble after liar unavoidably in mdence to the casual ana plough earh in the autumn ravuler and easilj Inspected by the as comparison would be known bow much was hall- vested from each, and the. total cost of producing tin, crops f Sy.tematic Cropplnj V res-ord is kent on a prescitb ed form of Ihc conditions eacli dsiv of the Tor tbe pur pose or cammi, lit l systematic crop ping plan, tne illustration plot is di videcl into fields and marked A, B, C, 0. E. K, O. ,and H. .Field A is sown to wheat continuously m order to show that this method is far froni profitable I iclns f! Hid t ire sown to wheat and Eummerfalloweil alter- nately. B and form a Oiree-je-i, rotdtion fa'low wheat and caib Vitn this rotation it has been the niaitlte of main farm eiS to oalb on ihe wheat stubble by'simply-'discing before sowing "i spring time. This .method, in some instance' has given -fair, results. It is intended lo cnltna len an .rs. on. arrived at the- church accompanied b> licr uncle who gave.- her away, attir ed in a well tailored -cieam serge with very smart white hat pretty bride. iraT117Pa Wncll LUIB. IraSand ourselves alone wi i over- lap the-entire Teutffillc output. Austrians Attempt To Wreck Train From The Pas vings. A very pretty bride, in iridesmaid was Miss Dug who was-drcssed-in pink, and win b nan, wno black with large picture hat. trimmed with pink forget-me-nots and pink- ribbon. Two little flower girls Were Flora Piercy and .Minnie Ryan.- Ihe bride and bridesmaid carried boquets of beautiful roses and thc fiowei gills preth whitt baskets The groom supported bi his nppheu SOMPERS NOT FOR PEACE OF COWARDS Washington. D.C., June iompers. president of the American, ot Labor, in a letter made rablic here tonight, sets forth Ins position as to internataional politics. The letter was addressed to Ernest Bohm, secretary of the Central Feder- ited Union of New York. "There are that.-are even more abhorrent than war; .that s to be robbed of the birthright of, iustice. safety and charac- ter Against any attempt of any per- son or group of persons, or nation or nations who may be engaged in an effort to undermine or destroy .these fundamentals of normal human exist- ence and development, I would nd( only-fight Jo-defeat it, but prevail up- on every red-Wooded, liberty and hu- manity loving man to resist to the The-United States-will not tartly enter into the -present 'Kuronrl wmtei feeding ot live crop production stock The for the first H Is to be dmdcd mlo tuo furnishes pure, seed neCessarv to -ow cquai of 2% acres each Lorn such ol the five acre fields as it is de l and arc to be grown alternate cided to put under crop that vear In u Tlie object of this illustration is subsequent veais the farmer is to j to Ilnd out if bv gro-vmg torn and cu aave enough of the best of the l tl1at1n- the land while grown on these fields to do tbe neces K g.owmg then ploughing aary seeding I the land as soon as tbe corn is har- A.l cultural and Inrvestlllg opera vested. will give as good results as the tions in connection with these fields FJH mcrfa that to sav the ploughing cultlval of work that are to be mg discing harrowing etc ana f made, special features of the lllustra- threshing of tile grain thorefrom a'e.t.or, "tations to be none by the faimei All worst and proceed to the firing line once On the line of march to Brinit line shells Mere falling Wtefiw "Ont Read Wellttlle m 1 he Road There s a w The above A ntw one from time to time They are Senuln. true, and full of human nrinic line .rUHnd us U seemed thaf tbe more we were shelled more determined were to get nthe Qermans and stop their onward About 8 p m wc took our position and at midnight led, by our brave colonel made-thai great and glorious and Uiarge. Ihrqygh shot and shell -they pressed dn taking back tbe guns tbe Germans captured and putting them to fligM The bat- lUlion lost very heavily, including manv officers but through their splendid they saved the situa- not be able to sav th nj about the battle In fact, t am glad I cannot It is terrible 1 lost a rd mm> of my mends-, including A Morrison, lo the Canadian mill me Irom Doston Ihe list I saw ol >nm he on a, Jtreictiei. m.onc ol V f to De none HJ ini indicated ha-? to be done in actiy such ways, and al such' times'as directal In the illustration division of the Experimental Farms Branch The farmer Is to keen a recorn of Ihfe amount of time taken to perform The production of pule seed grain suitable to the dilfeient localities and so have considerable quantities avail- able for seed at reasonable prices. The demonstrating to the farmer that a ceitam rotation of cions ,s suit jble to the district in yhich tbe farm is located To illustrate on i farmei 6 firm by a farmer the best mechods of soil cut tlvation moisture conservation and ferti'iity .upbuilding Alberta stations ThVnames" of the" Alberta farmers who are lo operate illustration plots ire as follows H H Babe R t N Grier Macleod los Ne son, Carmangaj Mattl Jlikelson Manjberries. "Martin Mortensen Bow Island Frank BTirj Empress J A Meldrum Migrath Sandgrai i. Carlson Pincher Greek F I Hunf Medicine Hat 1 Perry iWl D C Perr" Grass! 1 ake T H frpnkish Foremost M Milk River Jerry Hbher Jen ner. I the CNirUam running horn Ihei Pa, to Hudson s Ba> Junction thc nlaunn ol a fish plate in a frog it a point about- 4 miles from I be attempt unsuccessful F Vustrnns arc held at Hud ban s Bai luni-tion bj the R N M V in connection mtli the case and t is thought that the culprits are among them is that the to wukTa large number of loreieucri who come into The Rom the v-oik on the Hudson s Bay road Detain British Veterans At N.Y. Imp under instiuctioili, fiom WiS'inglon As- sislint (.tnoral Roger B Wood todav obtained an order for tne detention ol '1 men alleged to have enlisted at ban Iirahcisco as British velcruis m Ralph K Ulair The 11, it was charged were on their waj to 1 nuland Set en were located bv agents ol tins department of justice and held as tor the federal crand ,un in San rrancisco which Jl said In be investigating alleged breached oi nciitimitv to States. ___________ and ion home in the evening from 8 to It which the ihole neighborhood attend ed The numerous and costly -presents attested the- popularity., of the young couple id.a up hich our ement stands Cant GhTn Gordon of the 1st bat- talion CCF was killed in action, n franee according to private mes "ages to his father ex Mavor JMIUam Gordon of btratford Ont He HM unmarried and a member of Bank of Commerce stafl._______ Those who abhor jWnyv treaked complexions should reliKfeortr creams powders Wld rouges durtnf the heated dnys no xeeitor tes OI metw Or.e hundred and nftv students of Lethhr'dge Bit this and part of next in the Manual Training school to urtte on departmental examinations The students are a. Grade MI Grade M .6 Grade. M Grade X 31 Grade, fCojrr-er or Ibs Morgan is presiding assisted bj four other assistant Proper ,Thiitg Now h to Off Soiled Skin ys n Ihem anl wav since the. Tirtwes OI hzed wax have become known No of perspiration will produca any e that vtm ve been Ullnl wttl It to applied at bedtimo and waited off 'n VM morninK the complexion never toolu liu Tmatoup WK takes or! a bad comnleuon instead of adding anyUiint to make It none ot the diaadTantam of etwntla and accomplUtm mlMj more in thp complellon beautifully -wbttt, tatinr and youlhtul an ownee o[ It at i our druggist s and see vkat a few trpatment will do Use like cold iream. AnoUier effectm summer heattendtas to cause wrinkles and la i skin ti.hto.er mad. kr.dtou 1 ot powdered saaolit; In W pt Its us. (a. FALLS 65 FEET AND- Baby Strikes a Clothesline Over Fence New' Eighteen months old Frederick Hamfaner wiggled out of his high chair at Last Nmteenth street as his mother was filling his bottle, and. tumbled Out of a fifth ninclon He struck one or more tiut clotheslines m his descent and buunced 01 er a foot fence into a stone arpaway next door at 336 The fa1! wis about 60 feet Isidor frank wiio at that ad dress SAW the whHe. bundle land on the slones and wis surprised to find the child He ran. th tbe baby to tho RoUclinic Dr liar rlngton eiamined the caiefullv and said that his most, serious injurj was T tiactured left arm lie said that the would get well Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue the, name fie> aH.that it Alwayi for Blue Ribbon Bikinj Powder, Tejj Spieai, Jelly der. inr give perfect ill ;