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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE K1GHT THE LETHBRffiftfc PMLY IttflULD WARS CALL TO FARMS With Insistent noteof a clarion to the message has gone lorth Tothe farms For months past it has wavered across the country and the erh6 has fceen up and thrown back from time to But now it comes with direct challenge that is as irresis tible as the bugle It sounds end to end the Men and are h4arken They are thinking about it talk Ing about But there is no time to piay battledore and shuttlecock with such an IssuerThere must be action wholehearted The challenge is to men and women Equality of service is demanded of Employer ami employee are aaked to help the rich and the poor the busy and the There is no in tention that any industry be put out of joint or business There is every intention that all the resources of the country be judicious ly used in making tlie most of Can adas harvest this The neeii is Nothing can offset this What the women of Europe have done to save the crops is an old tale yet ever new In the wonder of What the women of Canada have done Jn this line is although there has been pioneer ing in Eastern Ontario and for years past in the when no other labor ivas the farmer in des peration enlisted his wifes help in the Not even the deeds of the thousands of men who are daily sacrificing them selves on the battlefields of Europe have eclipsed the the eiulur Marvels of War Surgery artns in one of two Either they can go outon the land or ifiey a man for the per fbd of the The farmers have dbne their They are like and wives areAloing no They re sponded splendidly to the appeal for increased production earlier this with result that it is estimated that there are now acres more than last year under the prin cipal grain crops in Western It stands to reason that if labor was scarce before the wan the greatly in creased coupled with the exodus of young men from the farms to join the makes the tion infinitely more It has been estimated that men are needed to gather in this years har1 The teenage boys have been called and have responded j Some thirty thousand Soldiers of the Soil help the farmers through the arduous period ahead of How about the women i Canada needs her daughters to rally j She needs the help and inspiraj tion of every one of them There is none so weak that she cannotdo somej and surely none so craven that she WOULD not do Toronto Wo almost fell that we could let them cut our heads off nnd putthem Private Hlank was speaking with ontliiisinHtlc admiration of the work of tllsdon and Major Carl two Toronto doc who have won fame among the medical scientists of the Ames for their magic touch In restoring tne shattered and torn fragments of humanity that have come to them out of the Nbattle Almost hope less cases are brought to them from all over Kngjand and Scotland with the assurance that If anything can be done they can do Private Blank got back homo from overseas on Sunday He Is a brightfaced who evidently knows what he is talking I was about nine months with he 1 was wounded at the battle of Vitny My left jaw was my upper gum in front was blown the roof of my mouth was and part oC my nose was You look at him In amazement as he tells you but when you know and look closer you can see the traces of a which is now scarcely I couldnt speak for a month and a half after I was saye and when he produces photographs taken by the doctors of the various stages of the remaking of his it Is easy to understand that speech must have been he epeaks with never a No When Blank came out of the battle and the first dressings had been he vfas naturally in a weakened For days he lay between life and when it re quired very little to turn the scale either As he grew he began to notice and amongst other things that ran through his head was probably a wonder why there no mirrors there isnt a mirror is there he asked on AN JnHo one oclock today the Duke of vonshlre prelMed at an tlture ceremony nnd reception of those Who were of the Kings Birthday including MajorGoneral 81V Admiral Sir Charles Klngsmill and Sir William who were given knighthoods while Oen era General Patter son Murphy and Rodolphe Uoudrcatt received the The ceremhny was private nature nnd later those honored wen entertain ert I I dont mind now Hint you j are and she secured a I glass for He looked Into and the poor fellows heart sank within To go through life with a face like that Under Two But fate had decreed that he should come under the care of i and Major Waldron should be called in to do doctors dont operate unless you let unless it is to savq your life or something like says They say to you Will you give us a chance And you say and then they show you what they have done with other and they you What they have done to other fel lows Blank has seen a Whose chin win away no that his tongue lay upon his and two aurglcal wliards removed ffeah chest and hull him up a new not a poor mask or n scarred but a real HlonU has seen a ease where a shot where TUB doctors have removed a piece of carifllge from a rib and drafted It upOfli hU When It had grown thti cartilage was brought down Into place for the bridge of the the forehead being treated In such a way that never a scar was New Earg Blank has seen parsntadc for mien who have had them burned For flaps of flesh were taken back of the neck hml grad ually rolled Into the union to the ear being made before the flesh was severed from the He has seen a new lip made from flesh re moved from a mans the flesh being first grafted onto one of the I mans hands and from that to his face I that circulation might bo maintain1 ed In the part which was to become the new and I Blank himself was under treat ment from May lHh to March nearly ten His heart was fected and rests between operations j Wax masks were j taken at several stages and sent to I I the allied conference of I which acted as a clearing house for j the progress In surgical lu his Incisions were made for an Inch ami a halt from each side of the across his and the flesh j was brought down to form his upper j The photographs tell the story i better than any laymans description Risdon is the bone grafting The favorite place for getting j a new Jaw bone IS the It makes the patient fn a but He gets over and grafting now inf Is no discharge after the second Artistic Blank the work of Walter who has turned artistic gifts to making out plctorlal records of the different or painting ho legs and faces of the An other thing which Duff doon for then whose eye socket Is gone eo Is Tim close tip the rnce cheek right up to his Duff then paints an eye w match the other on a flesh colored This Is on and taken off with a pair of apecl Ho The Rets back bnhlml the glass JUKI as a one You would never notice It on tiin says and when he comes Indoors he takes off tho of Ills eye Saturdays Grocery Specials day he was to leave the first hospl she what do ask that for 1 thought I would like to see what I looked WHEN USING x WILSONS FLY PADS READ DIRECTIONS CARETUtl Y AND FOLLOW THEM X Far more effective than Sticky Fly No true Canadian woman would Clean to Sold by the grain spoil on the stalk were she Druggists and Grocers actually to see it wasting before her grain that is now more Corn 2 for Crape per Cream per 2 Birds Custard Per Each Each Each Corn Laundry Per Royal Crown per carton Sunlight 7 bars for Lennox 4 bars Eddys 3 per Eddys 12 per Eddys 24 We deliver these goods to any place in the city if it is a reason able Dont forget that we give a discount on our regular prices for Cash and which makes ours the cheapest place to deal because we pay We dont have any trouble collect ing our therefore youdont have to pay for any bad We dont find delivery costln gut 15 per Let us prove DONALDSONS PHONE 1150 reciou than gold or But when it begins to rot would be too The time to act is now It does not matter a vihat a the patience of the women of j woman is or ever will be what her Belgium and Great social her occupation or licrj They have known the extremity of They have tasted the dregs of They have lacked the stimulus of the excitement of Yet they have nobly carried Kven as their men have fought they have What they did in the fields of Europe temporarily staved off the share of this worlds There is j a new democracy wonder ful levelling of Usefulness and service are things that Every woman must search her soul j and ask herself how she can best help i in taking care of the harvest of She does not need to be a trained wolf of starvation from the doors of though if she its all im I the What they did in the munition shops kept the guns sup plied with What they did in in in in every phase of industrial kept the wheels of commerce turning and steadied the fluctuating pulse of an 1 overwrought I Jl was In those early days when the men were suddenly failed in arms and the crops would have rotted had they not harvested them that the women the if she is a city girl who was brought up on the farm she wouItKbe useful right on the If she is a goodhousekeeper she can volunteer to help the fanners wife for a If she knows of any nhe can report them and have them sent to pastures new to pitch if she can take a mans place tem porarily in the then by all means first showed their mettle and rose to do it and add one man to re the occasion As Lloyd George saul of them They know their country is in the grip of grim In girls harnessed themselves to heavy barges and plod along the thanking god theyve a hut a horse to help in the In Russia and Italy the women ROW and Eveu on the beautiful Kiviera the shadow of war has nd the young girls the work of transportation stagger under kegs of wine or water weighing eighty In girta single plant drive horses and carts in the Held and help in every kind of war In Britain there urn womenxtaking the of men in various foms of There are engaged in aHicultura work Can Do This in The women of Canada can do tlieso They have been spared tin Buffering and the humiliation of the women of invaded They have iiad few material even in three and a half of They have worked and time and again they have reiterated their desire to do everything asked of hern by the they have pleaded or a wider field of ac They have hud the answer The way has been clearly The Great The greatest need or the hour is labur on the Henry chairman of the Iood Hoard has put it up lo the men and women til Canada in no equivocal lieye the labor If she can give up hiir holidays this year to work on llie farm she will be doing a plucky and patriotic If she in a girl of leisure it is up to her to go out on the land or send a man the city while she fills his In short every woman and every teenage girl can do SOMETHING during July and August towards as suring the country of the full benefit of those crops which nature so boun tifully war or no It is one of tlin biggest things ever asked of a It is for the sake of our Hut most of all for our men ever They provide the tible argument why every woman should turn her hand to food cornier1 to food or to HEROIC EXPLORER AWARDED June Koy al Geographical Society has tiiU yeur awarded the Black gram to Captain Bart lett for distinguished leader siiiii after the loss of the Karluk according to an announcement made today by thf naval This which cousisiri of a sum of was founded by the celebrated Arclc the latR Admiral Sir icoigc for the reward and encourage ment ul scientific Miu saua in no equivocal wo ID tn can uimver this cull loj fr WHERE QUALITY 801 NINTH AVENUE WEEKEND FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The balance of our stock of Pumps and All Regular to per for These are a snap but we Want the Get in early and secure the Nelson 3rd and 7th Sherlock Building a In These Days of Prudent Buy ing insistence that quality in mer chandise means true is man ifested particularly in OUT clothing No matter what your suit price its 18 or ypu will find here clothes that are the production of the best makers in Canada and Cor rect in perfect in These are clothes for the man who wants value for every dollar he y Special attractions re price in Our Clothes department for week end Suits finished to to Hot Weather Wearables that will insure comfort Outing Shirts in duett and to Jaegers Wool Taffeta Silk Shirts fa plain fancy Prices to athletic style combina Foot Comfort Shoes for the Hot Canvas up Special in Mens small Panama Hats up Boater up up Bathing and McKeWie The 2 MV McGuire BUOCK LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MENS WEAR IN SOUTHERN LETHBRIPGC ;