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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGft Whose Stofy Was Told in Saturday Fin ing v Lethbrldge Is today entertaining un awares one of the heroes of what considered by many to be the bcs story of the Tho mnn is Pin a veteran of the Original who was wounded and taken prisoner at on April and who on his third attempt to escape the heel of the Prussian machine succeeded in loins so in company with Edwards of Lon a Princess Pat get ting away via hollnnd and Retting the hasiP of one of the most gripping stories of the war as told over a year ago by Edwards in the Saturday livening Symonds on his return to Can ada after his clever escape from a Him prison went north to the has important work to Un der favorable conditions it does it well If relieve it with BEECH ATtS PILLS limit of Aw Medicine in tie WorUi SoU In 1eare Rlvof Later ho went to tbtiny he In tho city on hia wny back from Trull to Northern Alberta to engage iu farm Seen by the Hernldthis Symohrts did not present the up peornnce of a mnn who had gone through grilling war experiences which he is able Like many of the returned men he is inordinately modest about his nml passed them off as a more interesting dimmer in his preferring not to talk about Sixteen months iu one German prison cftmp utter an tither has not darkened his outlook on HfeX He is optimistic na and is as nhxious to mnke good in civil life n the banner province of Camilla us he was to escape from the prison camp of tho Made Three Attempts it will be remember three attempts to The first time it was with another prisoner of war than He was The second he and Edwards made a Again was But tho third time they about it deliberately to client tho Germans of two valuable prisoners of and their good Can ability to look after themselves stood them in good For nine teen they lived on raw potatoes aid what other vegetables they could purloin the gardens of the Ger man house When they found a cow they hail a good Slowly but surely they worked their way to Holland and a last dash carried thiini to They were well treat ed ny the and eventually got to England and then to Clio re turned soldiers button means some thin jr to Symonds and he wears It is interesting that of IIP city assessors a returned Ed who first gave the story of the escape to the very but IIP did not have an opportunity to meet Symonds Cobourg is about to build a new public school at a cost of to replace the one destroyed by fire in Final Windup of Hosiery Stock Saturday and Monday Methodist Board Will rctary Every Four Yeart 16 Foreign May hearing Rev Or Kudicotfs report of his ylsit to the missjon fields of China and Japan the Methodist board of foreign missions yesterday gave instructions that the general secretary should per sonally inspect foreign fields eV ery four ftp pointed secretarytreasurer of tho mis sion in Harris has resigned from the womin has tendered his resignation as missionary In Japan owing to ill A second permanent teacher Is to be appointed to the Canadian Acad emy at the number toe teachers to be increased to five lor the fall term of the yean Missionaries returning after fur lough to Japan iu the fall are asfol Rev and and Mrs and and Ethol Furloughs are due in 1919 loathe following Rev Miss Armstrong and Whit For three ckys we will offer what we have left in Cotton or at 7 Pairs for Single 25c May commotion was created at Hie district labor coun cil last night by two socialist dele1 gates who made a bitter attack on President Samuel Gompers of the American Federation of who was described by one of the speak ers as a President Conn called for order and told the offending delegate that Gompers must bs treated with re spect and demanded that the offen sive epithets be The So cialist Other delegates pro tested in but the Socialist re fused to retract When or der was restored delegate after dele i gate denounced the Socialists in scath i ing terms and described them as en emies to labor Finally a unanimousvote conj fidence in Gompers was This is made up mostly of Chilcjrens and sizes in black and They will all be gone Sat urday Get Nelson SHERLOCK BLOCK THIRD SEVENTH Lemon Wine FREE Made with lemons as manufactured by the Leth bridge Brewing Malting is positively superior to any beverage on the market as a pleasant drink pn a hot Convince Yourself As It Will Be Distributed Free of Charge H At Your Grocers On May 4th Letbbridge Brewing and Malting Company Limited From Our Own Correspondent Pincher April the auspices of the Local Council of Wo about one hundred and fifty of the women of the town and district I gathered at the Framac hall lion day evening to enjoy the address by Edwards of who first Pincher Creek in to organ ize the was heartily everyone being again have the pleasure of mealing one of their number who is so oughly conversant with the vital needs and the path of duty that truly Canadian woman should be following at tho time of the greatest crisis ever Edwards has the distinction of being one of the forty women sum moned to Ottawa a short time agoto meet in conference the members of the house of The dis tinction goes still in so much as this having been the first time in the worlds history that such a con ference has been In reviewing the work of the con ference Edwards was to find that the women present thorough ly endorsed the decisions arrived at by the members of the She was gratified to assured that so faraa the women present were she had been perfect ly when she vouched for the women that they were rqady to answer the call in any path of duty the government decides hey are most After a few moments of silent pray the meeting was brought to a con elusion by fee singing of the nation al s 4 Our Greatest Sale of MENS WEAR OPENS TOMORROW WE ARE FORCED TO RAISE MONEY AND ARE SACRIFICING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MENS ECONOMY HAS BECOME A NATIONAL AND YOU CAN PRACTICE ECONQMYHERE AT THIS THE GOODS ARE HIGH CLASS MERCHANDISE WILL BE HARD TO DUPLICATE THIS V J The Ciieme to be discussed by Evan gelist Kagan at the Christian Churo tonight is oue of the greatest prob loins confronting the present tla Under tho subpect The Sli an cltiire of Denomlnationalisin h will discuss Homo of the problems an advantages of Christian Th leading thinkers of every dononjlna tion are giving attention to thin prob It is tha most popular massag before tlie church Poubtles there will bea good attendance t hoar thiu The Kagans will sing a duet anc 1 Fagan will also slug a i sermon last night was based on th i parable of the riclt It wug stirring and closed witln i fervent for all to take Qod into I tlieir Him a place In thnir Theg be 110 tiaturUuy scrviits YOUR NOW LASTS 30OMKS v I i i AN EXTRA PAIR of PANfS FREE with the i i s First Five Suits Purchased Saturday Morning SUITS OLD ENGLISH DYES 21 Mens Hiut rge Regular Sale Price 18 Mens Brown Serge Sale Price i 12 Mens Grey Worsted Suits Regular Sale Price 9 Mens Neat Pin Stripe Worsted Sale Price 14 Young Mens Guaranteed fast O In grey arid Regular Sale Price 17 Grey and Brown Regular OC Sale Price 9 Mens Greyaiid Brown Stripe Regular rt Off SalePrice J 11 Mens Grtyrand Brown Regular l Qj A le Priee Sale Price and Regular 4 That You Will Like in Tweed and Plain Shells v Prices range from to areatl greatly reduced In DRESS SHOES Mens Neoline receding black and Regular Price Mens receding black and Regular Sale Price Mens Button Black Regular Sale Price Mens Leather1 Lined Regular Sale Price Mens All Leather Regular Sale Price MENS WORK BOOTS BLACK AND BROWN Mens Heavy AM solid1 Regular Sale Price Mens Heavy All solid Regular Sale Price Mens Highjfcp Black and Brown All solid Regular BOOTS Sfeel Sale MENS UNDERWEAR Mens Balbrlggan Regular Sale Mens Medium Weight Regular Sale Mens Medium Regular Regular Sale Price MENS TWO PIECE Mens Separate Regular Sale Mens Separate Regular Sale Price Mens Separate medium Regular Sale Mens Separate medium Regular Sale Price Mens Underwear In silk Regular Sale 50c 50c Wool in blue brown and Rcnular fifliT Q0I0 Price pairg of pains Motor Regular MENS SHIRTS IN SOFT Mens Dress Shirts In silk and very neat Regular Sale Price Mens Dress Shirts in neat silk Regular Sale Price Mens press Shirts in heat Price Mens in neat Sale Price Mens Shirts in neat stripes and Sale v Mens in plain Price A JMENS WORK SHIRKS FOR SUMMER WEAR 7 l 12 dozen Mens Sale Price 3 dozen Mens Medium Weight Regular Sale Price I HeautffufISesigW and Regular and Sle Price Regular and SatepVice x uya Pl seems out of offer such strong inducements offering in 5 dwien Silk suid in dozen MenrifCashmere O O S MenriiCashmere vif MenVC6tton Y 1 AA Sale for Sale TrunM nti Bags 4 MENS ODD PANTS Odd Nayy Regular Sale Price v Mens Pants in Regular Price Mens Odd Party in neat Regular Sale Price Menp Corduroys in two Sale Mens Overalls in stripe and plfio blue and Sale MENS FELT HATS Mens Felt Regular Sale Price Mens Felt in all Regular Mens Felt Hats in all Regular Sale Mens Panama Regular T Sale Price Mens Straw neat for summer Regular Sale Price Mens at i i 65c and 240 j CA THE LETHBRIDGE CLOTHING HOUSi 114 Fifth Street Harris Employment Agency ;