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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I-RTOAV, JUNE 15, 1916 THE LBTilBRIDGE DAILY. .H.Ej.RALQ........ PAGB Ladies' Tailoring For some tirno'we have soon an opening for 'Ladies' Tailoring establishment in_ this city, and have clecideul to include and feature Laclic's' Tattering in our business. We Inivo secured the Services of n thoroughly conir. potent 'man to take charge of this department and are now ready fbr business. We invite you to see our special line of Ladies' Suits at The Valet 324 Gth St. South. Phone 1812. GERMANY'S GltEAT MILITARY TRACTOR PE-OKPED BY THE BABY-KILLERS AT SOUTTIEND, ENGLAND Hie preparedness of Germany is evidenced from the fact that there are nou- with tho German-Austrian .forces on the eastern front. In the flghtliis against the Russians, (if these great draught machines, cap- able of pulling two hundred.thousand tons altogether, of guns or supplies lor Iho Kaiser's hosts. BRITISH SOLDIERS REMARKABLY CHEERFUL IN THE FIELD were struck down by shrapnel, which lulled men around them. Now, with dressed, they were in- tent on photographs of "K's" battal- ions and scenes from a now London "me more i see ui uiu DKUOH i ('heorfnl in the trenches; cheerful Army in the field. Ihe more I am im- .under fire; cheerful on the march! pressed with its cheery optiinis.ui anil jjy motor-car halted at a cross- unquenchable good spirits. It works ,.oaij3 to iet a famous battalion of in- .nd plays with the same good-humor- fantry pass. BJK men they some of the oick of Kngland's man- tramping for 1 of dust A- special corresponded with the British headquarters in the field, writing on June 1, comments on the cheerfulness ot the British soldiers. lie writes: "The more I see of the" British Ppllie it tue ta nionible BnglMi la OH with some ot the bomMiOinenirE t b> Ztpnelm rildei tetentlj DEKNBERG SAILS AWAY Until the gas poisoners began their ness, and there are no flowers. Yet, eu- jn rivulets down their grey cheek: even the menace of the new. .death j _and they -were Yet has not chocked the spirit of cheer-, fulness. .Man take their turn in the j The coiumn halted beside me. A gas zone with a grim resolve to -swell Bergeant-major came out of n. cottage the enemy's casualty list with their j wjth a raagpie sitting solemnly on his own. but they can jest oven lhen i thumb. Instantly a tollti of (ju ries h your frieiul Hill' Mind Dr Bernhpid Dernberg vnp ha BMB called the Kaiser's mquthpiece Photojrapfced on tlie of the Norwegian- American 1 er Bergensfjord just 'before they Bailed for via. Rotter- dam IB travelling under a special safe ftwufcd through the American tate department and guaranteed b Uw.AUfea Th Wa hmstpn. He expect to report to the Kaiser In Berlin on June 30. In Genpani-Jie M the merchant PRACTICE TRUE ECONOMY BUY BLUE RIBBON You get more tea for your money 9iHl a quality that will deljght you by Its excellence. ll AdWMtisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, IJmlted I (W the Blue RlbhoB Cook Book Write ume and they are gasping for breath "Another pea-soup siFid a North Somerset lad to a comrade in the trenches, when he saw the- i of gas vapour btei ing tow irds him "It isn't safe to be o.ut in the.night air." The Gas Victims "It's a bad day for the Lord Mayor's said a London Rifleman when the fog swept over his trench? He lav in a dug-out for an hour, his i'ace buried, in a staggered into the ooen air hut unburst Rommdtd me; of the Thames Embankment on a No- vember lie said to hie when I sal him in hospital except that It was much safer. No trams "Another gassed soldier I saw was breathing pilnfullj but auie to "Tak- ill vour hi poTver to k eir he gasped. "Haven't breath, enough even to curse the Kaiser; pro- perly. A man ought to be given extra, lungs foi trench The chaplain attached .to this clearing-'sltttlon was going among the- new arrivals as they lav on sVrolcHorb in itlie open air after bavins, vtheir wounds dres ed and giving each roan, a regulation of the sort which is prepared for the nost bj scratching out some minted es and leaung others He came to a victim of the 01 who stared it the card suspiciously "Mould lou like to send your pie: i postcaid mv bov slid Ilia chaplain ind went on to the stretcher this mean that I am going to die' asked the lad, as he tiled to a name the front of the card "Nonsense retorted an orderly who wis passing 'i'-uil he as right as rain In a week "Then 111 v, ait before I write said the sollifi There s no wasting tho card Besides it says I am wounded I am not of this bloodj sis and as soon is mv chest is cleii 1 ra going onol. ,o :'do ior some ot those Germans !ive us a drink! Wounded Cheerful The cheerfulness of the wounded 15 very marked A man who has been shot in the leg or arm after severe shelling and then called foi perhap- wenty miles in i slow moving ambu ance could be foignen if he took a gloomy of the diate future Ten to one he arrlv-es at his destination hiding his Buffer ng behind i mask of gaiet} 1 in the grounds of a casualty bearing station one aftpmoon watch ing the endless pioeession ot Red Cross motor cars dischiigms, their doleful burdens under the trees I heaul few cries, of nain, Th.eSe men had been brought direct from the battlefield with only n halt at the dressing station where first aui Is rendered Alanj were of course wholly disabled but those who con a use their legs p'uckilv tried to walk They jolted with each other as they sat or lay around the garden waiting for the ambulanro that would take them to the coast One of "ui aero- planes sighted overhead sailing hack from the German Wh enemj s shraonel bin sting m its wake and ever> man who could do so hoiste7l Mmself upTIght in order "Its a sinful waste ot amuneetlotf a Oameronlan but tliei bit mutt have almeJ at somo I thing else growled the miner 1 could shoot better with nw eyes shut Two men beside him nald no heed (o the conversation TOS? over Ihe flittMWI oJ old cop} of a London Bl 'Op's your pockets, boys, there' a black ttlief 'Does he ilk Pjench9 a fierumn magpie watch him1 "Crude maybe; t they served' their purpose. How you been on ,the' I asked one grey apparition A "thousand sanguinary years said a hoarse .voice. "We do this, for in. Got a Iho o.n and disai) peired in a whining cloud hile the J nagpie, cocking his he id v i elj li t NEW WAISTS, SKI AND Women's Muslin and Voile Dresses Black and white stripe with full skirts and low cut collars; a -tnir- White Voile Dresses Lace and Embroidery trimmings, very dainty styles; stripes or plain materials. Women's Fancy Floral Voile Dresses Some are Coatee styles a dainty and neat as anything could be ami priced at 11000 and A Complete New Stock-Women's -Hot Weather Opened out today and go tMjs ranging from ii.Gti These 'are excellent values and come- direct, .from the Eastern factories To us." White Pique and Repp Skirts Anqilier lot of Waoh Skirls to band. Sizes from 2-t to 31 waist .sell al g< TS and v Pongee Silk Waists hllk U11 t Saturday Natural Pongee Silk H inch Natural Pongee Silk- nurd n ptr 35c Sumnier 20c; Saturday Long Silk made in 'Canada Per pair. 15c Daiijty Crepe Nlfjht -value for Kid Gloves, tan Per pair 51.2S 75c OP LUSITASJA VICTIMS QUEEXSTOWX GRAA K1ABD: SOLDIEBH IN THE GRACES For a fortnight the e men had ed paper Three hours before thej ehe'd'-to'the chant "Still dry endured all Imaginable horro.s in the pint coming uppermost as alient of fhe British men with Ihe shadow of (loath still third of its German shell passed a slime covered pool beside a came Into the Burrow street, where into billets In'a villasc near my quart PKONI M7 "I vunl Blllmids1 psolftimed a second he sianced through tile otqu dooi qf the little e taminet Tobacco1 soU tiilrd a he saw! a tins .crammed with, boxe ot 1 nfctali ciBJiette? a' aiound night in -ot tage doors, -In mil along heds ep, smo'tms; iind letters home Jor watching tlie qrlmsou sun et with [An air of uttei contfintiuent sueh I I iiai e" seldom seen Three of them were an impromptu conceit to some admirmr; youngsters with a mouth orgpn and MI uccordlon An other wa oha Inj a letacfant co-y In to her night quarters, to the delight oerion wtio ovftwdi her It'i a Hood oU Every ICK Packet of WILSON'S FLY PAD1 ;