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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE NINE TtU'HSDAY. MAY 1. EftSCu.SURlS njuyiblo line by nil WillUm Johnson Miles Ka'lrbunks motorld to I.ethbrldcc OH Suldiy CANADIAN CASUALTIES 1 OTTAWA. Itsutil loJiy: ThU Up 1 Well Advanctd pril- lioiilnj (or'somo moro moisture Previously reported now c< flclally died prison" o fir: R. C. YVoWb. Victoria; l.leu A. J. I'rMloo, Toroalo. I'rerlously nlsirful. (or official imrpoMs vca lo have died: UcuL.11. J. -on, t M C I'ort Arthur. Ont. l-ievlouslr reported mlssinr, now r ported died Uhroimh Oirnan sou ill- Uelrt. K. W. Murray. Vancouv M It'll nf Gun Company Previoiiily Diridally reported dM while prison o( Ueul. W. Wlnntpc er Ofp. a few days liclorc lilf death. Thc nmcn.1 'TTaler Darm-cll 1.. S. church to Ihe Tajcr ci-molery. nisUoi. 1-awrer.cc 1 cler- son condu-cK-tl. Ihe speaker. us follows: B shop, Pe rU-'. W. S. Johnson, n. II- McMuI- ]'ll! a'iid A. E. 1'almer ot llaymond and untie ft Hie deceased. Begin Drilling Tho Western Canada Natural Gas Company have begun drilling opcrat ions on .heir second ,vell ana hmo a derrick for a third well under con ntiiKlion. Form U. r. W. A. Local Mrc Sears ol Macleod eonslll ueucy was In Diirowell (luring week in lienall of the U.F. va, successful In forming an orsaii- uallon at Flnc'aslle and It IB Mpcctcd to here durlns week. Miss Armfel Johnson entertained a lBrKe company ol young folks al her korao on Saturday evening. Aer] In Order That Ihc Hates Churg cd May Also Be Controlled OTTAWA. Aplll 30. Btrong, of East E. Arm meellnp of Ihe special rail' ol commons today. ncnt tor Ihe purpose ol L-ii-.sinB ves- sel, on inland waters and also rtO In lie cobBtlnf traJe under control of the railway coirin.lUcc. In The Spring-Time. Any fool knows enough to carry 'when it rains but the wisemau is he who car rics one whe it is only cloudy. Any man will send for a doc- tor when he geti tne conirui ui These vessels, lie said, might lake slilpiwri' eoods or leave Iticm just as Itiey wished. They might charge what- ever rates they pleased. lie Bav. fteures to show that since ]OH minimum rltts charged Irorn Por Arthur for wheat had IncrcabDi by bout 50 per cent., while roaiin ales had doubled. An irresponsible and unregtliate marine service was belli rented on Ihe Orcat control this organr iittan or open the door lo compel- lori by removing customs and coastal brl'nVabout rates was bring aou re our IransporlltloK ami expert tcstt raony shnwcd Ihil by means ol prorr Ihe ch at lost les wa" r than by rail. Canadian watw Touios from the lo Montreal bec jhoulfl ie the cheapesl and he cst lie aaifl Ihc shipping toard ol the 1-nUed Slatca had flbsolule control over Ihe rales charge, by re-els Hon. Jacques Bureau a tele- gram from the board ol tndu ot Three declaring that It was absolutt- .meni I bedfnst, but the wiser one is adopts proper measures his ills tacome serious. During a hard winter or the- following spring one feels rundown, tired out, nw 0[ ifide. and nen-oiia- Probably you have BuiTcretl from cold i or influenza which has left, you tliin, weak and pale. This is the time lo pul your system in order. It, is time for house-cleaning. A good, oltl-inshiqned alterative ind temperance tonic is one made ef wild roots .and barks without the use of alcohol, and called Dr. I'icrcc'a Golden Medical Discovery, fn tablet or'licjuid form. This is Klv ec i, opposed lo Mr. Armstrong Green, ol Kootenay, opposed the imon laid before the con_ oljecllon ol Fort William rni- SERVICE n ae or nalure'3: tonic, which restores the lone of the stomach, activity of the liver flml steadiness to the (Contributed) Central it last look revenge on Coming Homer The Y MCA. ivill keep Us chain of Service unbroken to the end! CANADIAN Nation-Wide Appeal Triangle Campaign CANADIAH Tlic Red Triangle has been from the firsi-froni Valcarhcr to During demobilization we have mam- ful service Lo the soldiers both m Canada a cl overseas, and -ill continue to do so until demobilization is completcd-if you us. But please note that for tlie military -work in Uurope tliis year you are not asked for lurthcr Snbutions5 The gradual liquidation of asse s overseas will suffice to maintain full service while the soldiers remain. The war wrk yon eye asked to this year is for soldiers coming home. What We Are Doing for Returning Soldiers CUNARD v RHCHOR flnctior'Donaldson PROPOSEP SA1UNGS ___ Mverixjol From York Mny I0..0nluna May From Montrrnl- sy r-'rora New York- May 17. May 19..ltoyal Ocorec 1'rom 2S. .Saturnln 1'roni New May Juno June .H'ltiamplon .luno IJ..Orduna Liverpool jjnno Uverpool June n..Hriyal tloorpu .I-lvcrponl June July -S..Saturnla Purchase prepaid lickcls now and Krlcnils lo en- sure nrtmut Tia'llng. Kor all Informallnn lo any of Our nr lo cuinpany'ft of- I ICQ. siOTT OLOCK, 270 MAIN ST. WINHIPEQ ccnirii Ri. Grade IX. After two defeats thej came very near wMUwasnlng lha llijh School wlnrlliK by 13 to 2 Grade IX a blank !o start oTI Ihe game, but not with Central I They touched Mclrf" for great o( blngles, which netted seven runs Kach team lined op i row ol goose unlit wher.i iral Kol another two. Grade fol- lowed ault, bnl nrafl. VIII came, bacX with four more. The High School failed lo acid lo their score. Thus endelh Ihe same." Hutloh and McNabb hud most of the boys from across the street stretch- ng Ihelr bricks and hilling nothing !Ut lho sunlight. llomcv McLean who played a real pro game for the Illjh even Is from Central. Sang Is some catcher.. He ought to make an allcmpt to pull down a pnsl- lion on Hial Vulcan Imuorlcd battery. Wo feel sure he woiilrln'l It. Line-up anrt score by Innings: Ccntrnl-McOrnbly, Hulton, Me- Nabb, Daloc. Tlllac, Ketlcr, ton. I.cech. Graitc IX-Sang, Mcl.enn. Hagel, Kemin. Sroll, Seltzer, McLean, liracn- bach, I'tlcrson. Umpire-C. Oadde3. Oracle IX C C 0 D S 0-2 Central.......... 10024 x-U every troon ship a trained Y.M.C.A. is on duty. He carries a supply 01 literature, writing materials, games, a mag.c anlcrn and slides, a gramophone, and 'acoM-i. In some cases he has a piano or nn oigan. He takes cliargf of the entertainment of men, concerts, lectures, sing- wiqs, religions srrri.cs, sports ihip-board. He help, and advises .ex- plains the government, piansfor ic-estabhsh- 11 soldiers into civil life, stmtnlatcs so- ciability and wholesome good cheer. At Ports and on Trains When the transport reaches Halifax, St. Ion, or Quebec, The 'I'nanglc wcl- coMllic soldier hack to Canada, i'rce ca tccn service avails on the dock, "M, hot codec, or tea, cold drinks, eatables "n cigarettes: Reliable infornimioii ,s rnished [or telegraplung home c a 1 and. If liavc to walt Ih" Y.M.C.A. is ll.erc to organic Jivcry troop train leaving ol n Red lrlnvgle lie distributes cigarettes, caud.cs eatables, reading materials and "s--frccof charge. i.e.ded rlf, r, u'ion, ami helps, by make bearable the monotony ol the Irani iotimcy. Rverj- one dollars sub- scribed provides these facilities for one troop In each of eleven big Canadian Cities stretching front coast to coast, where sol- diera are held or -nrre they may For SoldierY Wivet and Children Out or the Rod Triable Tuud ,ill be set aside (or Iht Dorainwii Council ol Ihc Young Women s Chmti.n Associalioii, who ait lookmj all.i .olditrs' wives and chililren coming to Canada. Y.W-C.A. srcrctanrs hrip on boats, and render, to Ihe anJ childrtn a s.milir lo which the Y.M.C.A. does lor the men Y.W.C.A. rest rooms and rrfrrsh- nitnl service welcome the soldiers larnilicj al the poHs o[ arnvil. ate nltrnricd, children caml (or, and Ihe women lolfc chceml with the kindly vrardniid hnnd. At Ihe hie Say Cations tte Y.W.C.A. rcpiescnt- alivcsnre tlicre In help, comlort, advise amidst. And in certain casts where money is Uckins, f-.nds ate rrovidtd to ccmiplcta Ihc journey TU, budget of the Dominion Council, VW.C.A. P'C- for the extension of 113 manj foim'i of service among Canadian eirls. business, the Y-M.C.A. meintains lufly eoTpped Red Triangle Club, where soldiers provided with comfortable board aud; lodgings it nominal rates. meet to talk, play or read, wnte letUr make themselves home gtatnltj. Atevtrydispenaleentfeiii C-i-U; the Y M C.A. maintains its Red TnangVe scr- vice with free canteen, reading rating fadlities md information bureau, In Military HoipitaU In each of the military hospitals in Canada, in the miKtary camps and barracks where men remain, on duty during _de- Lbiluation, the Y.M.C-A. place a trained man in charge of full Red Triangle service, providing entertainment, recreation, in- struction and social stimulus. Besides the work foi themra retunwig. vonr support is-asked -for .the maintenance of lour Red'Tfiarlgle.Secretaries iliary staff with- thc'Sibenan Canadian Expeditionary Force. livery rellimedmauis offeredsiimonths- full membership free, in any local Y C A. Th6 National Council is -aiding Ihc local Y.M.C.A.'s to meet the cost ot donnitoryaicoinnToda'.ion.bathtnglanhttes and other privileges and the employment of secretaries in connection wilfc local service to these meu. For Coming Men of Canada For Soldieri of Industry oldkn in kbiki, will ring of jovemment traops li trtuntf iccerdlnj lo Berlin ol Scheonjlu anij hnvc been cjpluretl from Ihe lovlel loices withoul Int. Thty ft 40 miles norttiweil of the cllv. V.M.C.A. of trained Y.M.C.A. men. umlwring and o Help the "Y" Finish its Work for the Soldiers JOBS W. 1 G. llBHBKHT WOOD, TlltONTO Tiros. CUM. W. BiMior, TOTOTTO ;