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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It SATl'KDAY. M.UU.H 15, 1819 AI.KKUTA. PAGE SEVEN BUIR RIPLEYWAS of Railway Wins Honor for C'Ky Lltui.-Col. Blili1 Hiplty, IIKB not tetiiea in Lotbbridge for some yfirs and theiiih'he sot from Jicro. 18 a bridje proilurt. will therefore he to IMTU thai his brLUlNBt work as oftirtr com- iQandlng the fiaiulian, iin lUMivay Troops luierl by Uir- "Hisher-rpi" of Hrlllih army. Aninns HIE roniratuU- lory It-1 tors he baa IK ironi Field Mavslwl Sir DoiiglRK Haifg biraeelf. Lieut. Col. Hijiley nill lie ooniiue Cumtda thorily fivftin South Rlpon in. .VorK- niHc-ro he was located Koliniary. coming to tci hf? is iirBijrel H royal welcome from people of (his city. PLI highly by him arc.the From Fi-ld H.-vig for MPuUtui work you have in-J doInK on the railway Yours very Jiuly, (BiguH) U. KAIG. 'July 1M7. Army IV Army. II. K. K., February 3rd, IJiy, Dear Colonel Iliplty: I uut lorry not hi buve had an on portuniiy of iseins the 1st Ifatialhni I'amskdUn Railway before their dcpailyre from Fraru'r, in order to them pei'sonally for all the ex- csIJpii! (hey Jtavf donr luauy occasions rrbeu have serv- ad toy IV Army. I call to mind tlieir ii'ork Xarl- cburt ami I'eionue in and on tsoni ihtif- la Ejn'hy Jft (he saiue year, during Ihe battle of the Somme. iliue ihoy had In Fbinlers in constravtoil liie line from EUxTJiiighe in I'u-ketii and tasl of it in muil that almost defied con- BM; iliyir serviced duriirtj ivcru altiiust more vitally lin- during thf buttles of UIQ bnn- drci day.T Kast of Amiens. TJic rapidity wiUi whirli they set ihe linn ihrougli fvoin Uretleunenx to THF wjii FVII MIL UUUlnL LilLjwiiuii ,U >-d to run in Mayor Explains IIUTOINI- in Increase tu-ljiU-' court MS on Cot-mack lot ivhhk: in? (v.iiich on at tilt? pr-jvim ial r-oH'V irionnns. v.lun T. Mi- ivLi? for trial' o'i of the tlieft of ITTU bot'if.-- >'row liic V. JL at foal- the Lollies for Lkimfnion Moiuy it c- LIEUT. .COL. BLAIR RIPLEY was congratulated by Field j -V .Manhn! Hafe ami oilier British geu- lho of erals for jjwd Hallway Troops. nU Chatham INiblic tilliues revenue isi- SO it-nl.. havin? its iu-a-ksftil year The great bugbear i> t! ihe enimates for ilie which, stands at ST.'I'l'. is of' opinion that of life of the fum-. Soninie. lias always filled me with On July the CoimnsmUr-jailuilraiion and it. was largely owing rifM Marshal. Sir itn-ir inilnury anil ciHeipJ-Uc tbaJ iiui Plrftt jiny Army was able to advance from HattHlu-n Troops. (in- of ihe river to Hit- attack ot fri'tb'e of fife I the llindtuburg line. I I.leui.'Cotoiiel D.S. j maite a-sjifti-ial cull on them to coin- O.i the ioUowinp note WAS bylnJfic the construction of ihi railway Sir and 3efl by him: )M ilu-y icsiiondeJ with'a DnrVnlmiel lUnlty. I (or whirb I can ncvrr too grateful I calh'.i to thank you imd your [to (hem, for on the (onipletfon uf that Sunlight Wash Days A Sunlight-Wash Day is free from the toil ami labour usually associated "with washing Sunlight Soa'p washes beautifully 'clean and white without rub-, bing or scrubbing. Sunlight Soap being the purest "cleansers is to th'e "Mast ever so much longer lo the hands, too. Insist on getting the Soap ask .SUNLIGHT. dencntlif'.! the MippK' .of aniiniini- tion for force ot'loOn guns which did the bombardment of tho enemy's maiti H indenture; position. The duic of rijo grrat battle of t'umlivai St. QuenCn. Tvhich Marshal Foch haa striljed as ihn most decisive batile of Hie war. depended on iho results of the efforts of ynur men 10 reach Kci-j xei. I ihem 10 be in thern by the -Oth cf September, they; were j t h ro us h hy t bo 161 Ii, au-1 wp we re I therefore ablp to assemble sufficient j t, h mannor llic w I Ppoke to your on several oc- j on ihe railway, and Iioth MOTH per- sonal observation ami tlie nrporU of inv Transportation Dept.. Uieir :iufl perstvennicf: ID Inivc 'jccn beyond praise, i iluuik you and them niOM heanily for tin1 .-pieinlid work limy imve curried GUI "tvliUet serving with ilie lirftisli anuics in France, and J wish all ranks every giitid funune in years to i-oii VOIIL-.S very truly, issued) II. Gen. Feb. Gth, IJput.-CoIoiiel II. lliploy- 1XS.O-. Onif-er 1st Battalion. Canadian Railway Troops. Dear Colonel Rtploy. very niuc-ii regret thai 1 wns? iii'.h like- ever FUn iiic action vu his BliouUlers. By i: is possible to bring down lo ihe of but how j far U is to UIJT a mailer j whic'b Weeps .Ihe coninns-ionorri awakei al nights. Force Needs c- o v L. A. A, A. ASKS FOR DAYLIGHT SAVING The library committee, consist- Ing cf Commissioner Meccb. W. J Nelton and Rev. C. Cragg, hab been appointed by the City Coun- cil. This committee will appoint tub-committees and proceed wUh the of library with the nvcleus formed by the hooks obtained in Ihe campaign. n: hu-reuse In juiU-e force, mayor 1 lie nuijority is nguinsi an I'm "other r dtlir-r mt'tb- tnjsn the iir.rnmii a uf i kr-efi roil- UK; tvillj. r.l into nit-if in ihe j j. V uiul is not city. I-'or pnriHis way of sHfcessful to havi- (wi> VA til IF inc-a us il 111 t- MI n'oy i ]ioHi-fHtcn tin ilie j may bnvc to be li'-d. tUe fliino in J lie- of lin- icrcc is a duty lo he in i 'to liie tliat li" I? not in any] DELEGATION TO EDMONTON luindi trapped In tlu- vigi- j The t'onmiiiU'9 com prising that is iR'oiioil in the tomiitions! AJarnoch. I'owelson. Crofj. Diuilitim whicli X.n 'fur- ibe spoM-lovhig iiiiUTnityof.J.ethbridgt is i-oti- thcrt" is. no dcubi ih'.' They want liic !jHI put into force again add ;iskej fur it in ;v vote at tin.- i-porr at i'riilay night. ThereMvits 1101 it voice. Tiif (joanl of trade ha H also I't'ri-ivi'd a wire from tht t-onvt'i' liyard uf Trade ilia i the tut1 a so re bo supported. wire st.iies: "Councilor ihis bwyrd of irado bas dominion government roaffinn- ing filf stand in favor of day- ihe b'.-npfits'iU'rivc-d arc in tlio intermix of ihu citisonis I'anaiLa. I'rgc your board to uko iifiian iinnif'diately." crcatGil.. are' Uou, and r. J Iliilier to go up to Kdnion- i with rceflrd to tbe ''BUI of Iligiits" ivill nieec tlie Premier on Monday afternoon. Mr. Dunham left Cuicary on bis .way ui I'llmunton yesterday afternoon ax to fjiend I Sunday !ns son, Walker, who is attending iho nnivcmiy there. To Know and Appreciate Our Unexcelled Service IT IS NECESSARY FOR YOU TO GIVE US A TRIAL We don't care lo make any idle claims about being the largest or oldest radiator repair company m all Alberta. But we will just say in passing, thai our shop is the only one in Albevta equipped a boilr ing outfit {or cleaning radiators, running water, torches for all kinds of--work-. Since the opening of our shop in Lelhtmdgc we have repaired over 500 radiators. Just one thing made this possible, satisfied customers, satisfied because the work, service, and prices, arc right. We employ only experts, and do not'experiment at your ex- pense. GiyE US A TRIAL, AND BECOME ONE OF OUR SATISFIED I CUSTOMERS. Andy's Radiator Repair Station 5TK STREET SOUTH. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, which ihey avc filtitle'l law. i The increase ill' fiha u't'i of fU.TUDJ dne la (lie deflcii on the iisricul- .ntf.l board The ciniirgciirr Uosjiiliit ailils S3.SS5. The 5M.WO iu ihe works and properiv the vo-j Ilie to llic JIac-j Icorl ron'd repairs, new i-aU'h am! crossings, ciiull-r Hcudsr- ami Ihe returueil Your Battalion, as Uio FiiM >'ea.r? for ?WM suuriion to come lii France, I sulL and mailTtainod a vcrv j riie 'wmaml n, matter of the in- high standard of efficiency, of wtlch, 1S froni ttitf'liOBpiial board, to Hie Corps Canadian Kaihvay may well Jjft-proud, ami, 1 would cultl' that it been a mailer oi I gratification to.mc to.have bcpii laletl with you in your sptendi'j career j in franco. I'have luil several njiporUinUies of seeing your Daliaiicm at ivjarfc, both on (lie Somrao and on tlic Yprcs sallont, and, from iiersonal observation, ihe-confidence .1 felt that any work to your Battalion would be rtirrieil out alsvays lieen most amply justified.- Yon have never failed. The bridRC work done by your Bat- iation is especially M'ortliy of men- tion, und it Jfta lieen au rxainple ot wliat can be done, nndtr iliRlcull cir- ciutistanccs. in record lime, by those wlio Ttnow liow to do it. 1-hope that yon will convey to nil ranks my (or the niag- i isificent Umt I hey have done, and 11 y Deal wishes for their future. jBQOK OF PRAISE Authorised by the Awembly of the Preibyterian Chorch in Canada 1 WITH TUNES :'Cloth, boards, siie inches, price.. French, limp, round i ON OXFORD itiDIA French, limp, round corners, gill edges, (nice WORD'S ONLY 5 French, limp, round cornets, gilt edges, price OTHER STYLES AfcD BINDINGS OBTAINED ONKEQUMT. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BOOKSTORE I i Yours very siiicerclv, (Signed) S. U. L. I HOOKS11ANK. jfajur General. Director General am! Artiuita parKS the increase m G IirovhiuuE; for'tYifi ilier Schools Ask More Tlie increjife of in The irnint for tlic puhlic sehools asked for over that of year is also lielvlug lo pile the Oolbro and cents in the eatiinates. .1 Tlie increase in the- street raihvuy deficit, of 57701! over last year is placed lo fkrrejised earnings largely the 'tin anil to heavy repairs YOU'LL LAUGH! CORNS Lin OFF Doesn't luirt at nil anJ costs only fcxv cents Milk. River Couple Given Week Uy 3udge (o Matte It Up Mr. and Xewtoii Morgan ot south of Milk River, appeared Ixifbrc' Judge ycslcirtfuy. afternoon on a charge of asgault pfSferrcrt by thcj wife ugainht tbn husband. His-Honor etuleuvovd to, nrins the. parties lo somt! scltlenipiit for Ihis purpose adjourned the case lo neM Krldny in IhB hope thnl something could be av- between them. >frs. Jlorgan gfivc IKT husband a very hml that he hail uscrt lier mosl rrnelly, pins'her, her ivltli a braoin j handle and Mjjpjiins hpr on the "face, i He luul olitainei) tho sum of t from by lellins her lhal no woman i I could hoM money in this country. ThR J 5udgo made the that one koE dm work the farm, innkdijg the other an >Irs, i Raid that it her husband went .on the fa FBI on tbU arrangement there! bo no {arm led. All tre'Ufiu? lie has brcn on the homealeail ho tiu5> done nolinng beyond breaking f to oblaln Ills pttletil. 'ah -I refused to rettim to him. j A irhnur wfrk and it ver ctnl.' Do you Read in Comfort? IS YOIJR EYESIGHT ALL THAT IT SHOULD BE? IF NOT, OUR GLASSES .WILLUNDOUBTEDLY CORRECT IT. .1-'" If lyiio or near-by objects look far away, or far-away seem near-by, your vision is imper- fect. Let us give you a thorough Wamiantion. 1C you don't need glasses we won't prescribe ti em- it you fit you perfectly! J. M. HENDERSON SIGHT SPECIALIST, BALMORAL BLOCK, STH STRCET, SOUTH, WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE, Magic! Just drop a mi thai touchy curn, in- slaiitls'it stops aching, then you lift-tliccorn off with the fingers. in WAKOS bus f In Wi PHONE id 514'lTH AVi. way lo send inoiioy Ijy Dominion Try Fveczotic! S'mir (i liny linlllo for n sell.-. ultlfl- lo i-ii( jo rid your fefr of cvjcry hnr.l cord, or' corn between1 Ws-, ami without one iiar- ticlc of I'MnV'gftvnefts or irrigation, _ Krecjone is. Ilie Yiterovery of .1 noted j ('inctnnnli gcnlns, A Modern Shoe Hospital Don't throw away your .old shoes, Give Ihfm a new lease on life, another chance to serve you. .Inn! tho hcela are rim ilowu at ihe coCTifirp or the noles down to lhat their pos 9th Hi I if A arc exhtiastft3. fo rtnrl will return Ihem fit for many jnonths of sorricc.; call jf tint! aend them right stronf, shiiptily, ami tomrorttble i -C T FRANK fhwc 1717 ;