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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1918 niE . LEtHBniDGE DAn.Y HERALD PAGRNlNir E IN CITY MS Most Le^hbrldie pt6iile-tlioi;sht they had paUed tM wild and Coolly went Htago, bilt M. H. Black, aroturned veteran and a member oC-tha city as-aesgor^a atatt, and 'iB; O. Stlckley, recorder of the public WbrtiB department, staged a thriller this morning that brought back tho palftiy days ol Iho whiskey runner and the, buttalo hunler. While comlns to wdirk from fhcl,' honsea in RIverviow thoy nollcid a paculfar anima!' in a vacant lot on 0th Street eouth Juat ott Sbvonth Avo� ^Vith a number of ferociouH looking conlnea keeping a healthy and raapect-Cul dlatanco therefrom. Inveatigatton ahowod the vlaitor to bo a full grown lynx, wildcat or "bobcat, i by all of ,which namoH It is known. Meaara. Black and Stiokley hurried back to tho lattor's houae and aecurvd a little rifle and coming back, Mr. Stickley drew a bead and fired.' Tho bullet juat grazed the marauder which niado a quick getawayMylth tho doga in full pursuit -at arespoctful diatance. Cornensd It Tho lynx.mado tor the old auditorium building on tlie ball grounds, and entered for aafety. Messrs Black and Stiokley followed up, and Mr. Black With the rifle entered one of the doors BE CAREFUL In rour choice of an ointment, An Inferior ointment la worse than none at all, because it Irritalcs and inBamea, and sometimes even poisons the p^ace it la intended to soothe and heal. In using Kam-Bufc you take no risk, as its soothing, healing properties have been proved by thousands of users, and :ta purity is vouched for by the -famous TSngllsh Chemist, iJ'r. W. LascellcB Scott, who eaya: " I have made an exhaustive analytical examinntlon of, and tind It aKoluslvely of vegetable origin, with none of tho Inipura and irritating mineral drugs and animal fats found in ordinary olnt-m6nt8. The germ-deatroying , powers of Zam-Buk excead those of carbolic acid, yat It does not Inflame evefl the most sensitive skin. I have no hesitation In certifying the purity of Zam-Buk, and Its value for skin diseases and injuries." Znm-Buk Is best for eeKsma. ulcers, running sores, old wounds, Kbscesees, blood'ipoiaoning, boils, pimpleB, piles, cuts, buma, scalds (ind all skin injuries. 60a. box, S for I1.2B. all druggists or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. Send le. stamp for  oalagQ on frcov-trial ,bOx. and camo on the enraged cat which' immediately crouched tor n aprlug,' Mr. Black, who had some exporionco with ahoottng Irons,and Huna in tKia "^u.^^�tt lal . 4t�r�-Trim TrocV of vclvclei while China silk bodice tininc, bro| ornamenttl buckle trimiaint. Dti revert and daris irimmed with iirrc hesds, hand embroidered. I Ai-tht tight, eeartr-Satin,Frol JBaenttd. Id t} two to de cflert I drtti-led Cntt tnch. fie wiilibut tde ^�e�ve A\i wool 1 fin Skin lierii, nin . � well |kon�r Price,#�, Y ^�f:lh--.r-^.: ����  m THIRD AVENUB SOUTH ceedi loTBTeivenJUlie cTalt. Vo , gel the wOdh o( youtldimei^ Red Crolbk^lll get nil ur illmc. fLeavc your addreie and ten centrwith any ion or lirile Ihe l^diiorial Drnarlmeni, "FaiMoni of Tytrc will be no chafe* for iutore iiiuci. y�ow bd l>air, 117.65.; Plaid, �|nk, blue, ender: aitt 63 For easy comfort, attracfliveness and do-wn'right economy, wear "FLEET FOOT" Shoes. Wear them all the time-for work and play- for business and pleasure. There's a style for every occasion - an easy, comfortable fit for every foot - a "Fleet Foot" shoe for every member of the family. None genuine unless stamped "FLEET FOOT" on the sole. The hesl shoe, ilf.alcrs xell "Heel Fool." Canadian Consolidated Knbber Company Limited Head Ofice : ^toNTIlK.M. aSSenict lirtmche! Ihrotiehoiit Cannda. igl�l*.ri.taeja-> They are Fi^hting-Dying-for YOU! What are You Doing for THEM? IF only you could be in France, close to your boy, think of the comforts you could send him into the lines, how you could hearten him for the supreme ordeal of battle, shield him by your advice, from temptation, comifort him in pain,,help him turn his eyes, not always downward into the chaos of war, but Upward to the Right we fight for, and to the higher things he learned on your knee But no-thousands of miles separate you! Not.for you are his furloughs, no visits to camps for you, no privilege of visiting your boy in hospital, if need be. Few and far between are the comforts you can send across the wide seas! Would that you had a friend over there to perform these offices for you! Thank God, you have that friend, the Y.M.C. A. is ever at your boy's side, from the day he enlists to the day he doffs his uniform- I in camps, trains, boats, in the streets of the * big city, in hospital, behind the firing lines- and often right into the trenches-;:�veiy-where. "Right on the heels of the dashing Canadian soldiers at Vimy Ridge the Y.M.C.A. men were serving out biscuits and chocolate to the tired men," said the dispatches. The General Was enthusiastic and recommended one of the Y.M.C.A. men for the Military Cross! War-Work Summary There are- 89 branches of Canadian Y.M.C.A. in France. 74 branches in England. Said Lord Northclifte, "I do not think the War could be fought withouttheY.'M.C.A.!" A general declared, ''The benefit to the' troops is beyond all calculation." In the words of Ralph Connor, "The Y.M.C.A. is nearer to tlje boys than anything else.". Think of the tremendous cost of building and maintaining hundreds of huts with all the thousand and one comforts that ipust be provided. What will 'you give to show that you care for your boy's welfare? At least $2,250,000 is needed for 1918. For the sake of your precious boys, be Generous! e Fund Canada Affeal Dozens of Y.M.C.A. dug-outs in forward trenches under fire. $100,000 needed for athletic equipment (helps morale of soldiers). Y.M.C.A. saved hundreds of lives at Vimy Ridge by caring for walking wounded. Over 100 pianos in England and France, also 300 gramophones and 27 moving picture itiachines. More than 60,000 cups of hot tea and coffee distribute^! daily in France-free. Estimated cost for ; 8 months, $48,000. 150,000 magazines distributed free. | "every month. (Estimated cost i $15,000). $125,000 used in 1917 to build huts in France. Thousands of soldiers decide for tiM i better life. ' ' / Y.M.C.A. sells many needful thmgs. . to sbldiers'for their convenience. ; : i Profits, if any, all spent for benefit' ' of soldiers. /1 .ScK;ice to boys in Camp hosi^tmb. ' Red Triangle Clubs for soldter3'in Toronto, St. John, Montrieal ^nd other places. Centres in Paris and', London for men on lc;ave.. Out of Red Triangle Fund, �76,0�)i , is to be contributed to the war workof the Y.W.C.A. Ccist of administration of Y.M.C.A. war work is less than l%i National Council, Young Meb's Christiaii Association j Campaign Directors for Weateiirn Canada British Columbia: J.S.RaskiB.MTlaari i Tni* BM(.,Vasc�M�r . SMkatchewan: T. D. Pattok, Y.M.CA.. R�|iM ^ AlberU: JaksHaaaa. Citr-Hall, Calgarr Manitoba: J. H. Cracker, 1106 McArthur Bids.. Wi>Bip*l It 725070 7615 ?79999999 ;