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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 4,1918 THE t^ETimrnDGE DAILY. HKMALI) /AGE -JIimTEEN SIDES FIGHIIMG OFF STMHIN Govt. Doing Everything Possible To Obtain Supplies Stbultholm, May 4.-Tho Swedish goviSvnmcnt is'sttlvlUK to the utmost f to o'litiiln food for the Swodlah Dooplc ^ "who UtcraUy aro tlKhtliiR ngaliiRt Hinryatlon," F. W. ThorHaen, mtnlHtor of I'luance, cleclarnd In a upccch Pri� day.  ' , Minister Thorgsen gnldthat if the agruemcnt ^viia overthrown tlio Hoclhl mnohlnory which was'.fcd by the treasury dopnrtiH'eiit could not hoar the now burden which would l)C thrown upon Its shouldora. ^ Me continued:, "Foreign countrlos InBlHt on loanft-asa condition for the exportation of their goods, For coal, Germany exacts a loan of nix million Icrohen monthly from Sweden. The price of the innrkV,haH sunk and accordingly Germany 'wants to help out by loans. In other *fords a loan from Sweden of paymetitSufor. food for Sweden." ' , Rev, Leigh Urban, rector of the Episcopal Church of tito Kodeemer nt Ijong Island city, Iwb offered to resign If. his pnrlshlph^ers object to his pacifist views. , ^' '; Wltem You Faint, Use Paints that Justify tlte Labour and Cost. In other words, choose. the Paintthathas proved its worth in actual service. Ml COVER" ' THE EARTH 0 Canada's great Railways, Steamship Lines, Street Railways, Furniture Manufacturers, Piano Factories and Automobile Builders* are eiibrmbus usefs of Sherwin-Williams products They have proved thkt we do make Paint and Varnith to meet eveiy condition ^of city, country and climate in Canada. And becauso flfiP has, proved ito quality,andSherwin-WilUam8 products have always: given atisfactipn, this compwy stands today as the largest makers of Paints and Varnishes in -the British Empire;__^ ' i /.. fVc carry a eompht* Unm of Shtrwin-Williamt Painf and -Vorn JsAes. Asfc- us^ for Color Catfdt, price* or any other information you may, . roguiro. .  ^} �� ..... � The Ekk-Sehl Hardware Co. LETHBRIDGE. � / r An Unexpected Meeting ANYONE who kno-a's the Canadian Pacific rtocklca knows that north of the main lino of the C.,P. R. a a d In the not ghborhood of the headwaters of the B o v/ H1 v o r there la good country. At one paint whoro a c ; y s t a 1 lali o nestles In the chill grey rockn of lO.OOO feet elevation there can almost always b*! found fresh In di cations of the peak dwellers. Now, old goat h u n te rs will tell you that there is nothing more difficult to approach from below than a band of Rocky Moufataln goats. Their keen eyes and sensitive senses, their e-vag-gcrated caution and Incessant watchfulness makes It a game of highest skill. But once let a hunter get above a band of goatS and they are practirihly at his'mercy. Trained as they are la the safety of the peaks, knowing full well that danger"comes from below they watch the down ilopes'and arc incUned-to bo crfrole.s3 About the -t-all behind, down which they have corao in safety. An old he-goat,- tair as a yearling calf and t^jdoroua as an Indian fish camp, went down to the lako to drink, and atartetl back up tho rock slide to his *ftl.tlng band. It was summer, or rather early full. Only old snow was yet:-ln tho mountains, and It lay only where tho shadows of the cliffs protected it from tho rayr, of the sun. It was above the timber line, thero was no'brush, but plenty, of succulent lichens. The old goat was well-conton'ted. lie drank, He turned and climbed. Topping the grade, five hundred fert above the lakiB, ho stopped .astoundnd and angry. A norce black animal, neither wolf nor bear nor cat, faced him with fiery eyes, gleaming teetfi, jind deep rumblings. It waa the lono hunting dog Qf a hunter. The dog hsd been trained to get above the goalB and dispnte passage until the bimler came to kill, "But what's the use of killing him when 1 wjtnt to get sheep further.up," tho hunter reasoned, as he snapped his kodak Khutter and whistled the reluctant dog to hoel, while the goat still stood 'paralyzed with amazement. I.. V. K. A Gallant Officer of age will also bo a/fo;Uure. The city band will be'in aUpnihinco, una all arc working together to nialtn the day a big success. Thi>. conmiittce in charge is made up as follows: Great War Veterans-T, I.,()ngworth, G. Gleam, A.Matheson and ,1. U, I'lilmer; Trades and Labor Council-F. Smeatl, C., Peacock, W. Hawliins and - M. Logan; Rocky Mountain finncli Canadian, Mining Institute, I!. Livingstone, A, HT Held, J. B. Deilail anil .M. Johnson, Tlio receipts will bo dividcil 7." per cent to the G, W. V. A. anil 2') per cent to the Trades Council. The two local'chapters of tho 1. O. D. 10. will have charga of the rcfi-ehh-.iiouts on the grounds, andtho evening v.ill con-elude with a monster (i;i]u-e. ENMAIIENT I -Seventy-five thoupi'nd club rocni-bcra in New ^Yprk arc pledged lo abstain from bread;.with their menls in cIub-hou.se3 until rthe new wheat crop is harvested. PI Guaranteed to be made exclusively from the ingredients specified on the label. MM BAKING: Your Grocer I sells it. Costs no more than the ordinary kinds. E. W. GILLETT CO. LTD. TORONTO. CANADA Winnipeg , Montreal ALFRED SHRUBB DYING Now Y'orlf, .May 4.-Alfred Shrijbb. one of tho groaloat distance runners the world has over known, is dying in Canada. 'Until a year ago, Shruliu v,'as coach and trainer of the Harvard University cross cut team, hut !ie war, forced to rolinquisli his duties because oL failing heallli. He went'to Oanadii ana t4ie diagnosis revealed tlmt lie wa.i sufloring from tuberculosis and lij-has On May 14th, Miss Lillian Dillingham, of r..ondon, Kng., tlie biilllant Yorkshire soprano, will appear In Knox church. Lothbridge. .Miss nilling-hara is touriuG Canada in aid of the , fund, she ha.=i started forcntcrtainnvont t ^'ncc then been in^ .sanitarium: among the soldiur^s In Krance, and the ' entire proceeds outside of expenses of her entertainment in Lethbridgo will be dovfflod tfe this fund. Ponple will make no niintako by patroniziuK this entertainment generously. Aj^s Dillingham will appear in songs, recitations and war stories. GIVEN FIVE YEARS Minneapolis. May 4.-E. A. Engelin. convicted of violating tho Kspionago Act in a speech at Wipstead, Minn., last August, today was sentenged to five years in the Federal penitentiary at Port Leavenworth, Kansas. ES A WW car has made its appoarnncE iUi Lefhbridgo. U is called tho Libert> Six and is being handled by tho Palace Motors Garage. Tho new car is t [^beauty, and shquld attract tho atten-tion of enthusiastic autoists all ovet thc^outh.  �� -'--�--; ' . . SAVE THE BABIESl LIEUT.-^^'V A. C. KSMMIS The announcomoiit jnade the other orts ik Plansted "Spend Dominion Day In L'eth-bridgc." That is going to' be the slogan of tho miners of District No. 18 and their friends from now until that date, and present indications aro jtliat there will be pne of the greatest 'crowds of the year here, for on July 1st the Mining-Institute,-the District No. 18 miners, tlie Great War Veteran^ and the local Trades and tabor Council aro Joining together to stage' a great program of sports in addltionr to the annual mine rescue test's and first aid work, which has como to. be such an important feature about each coal mine in this large field. For the mine rescue tests it Is^fex-pocted tlmt rescue teams from every cump In the field,, from Eernio to Tnber and north as far as DrumhoUer will be here. There will be between 20 anil 30 teams w\>o wUlvompete for the prizes. Thero'are pri�jis worth competing tor. First prize fa a boau-tiffll shield and gold medals; uocond prize will be silver medals. For the first aid teams, tho prizes will tho same. So much friendly competltloi) exists between the camps that miners by tho hundreds will flock hero to oncourngo their friends. The mind rescue and first aid competitions -will bo staged at Henderson Park fair grounds an will iilfio the long sports program. For. tlie mine rescue work, a miniature mine and t.unnel will bo constructed, and tUe exhibitions will bear all possible resemblance tp the real tilling. � ' 1 .' � Tho BportB program consists of all the recognized events qu d fltst-clasB athlotio proeram inoludlne toot races, tugof-wnr, ladles' races, and novelty races. . One. of the latter 1b' a Veterans' one-leggod roco, A Victoria Cross' race "Will alio be a feature. A five niilQ motor cycle race wyi lend diversity to the prograra, while i bulu' show for babies under 12 uiontliB For tlie Boys -in Khaki Soft Roil Khaki Set No. 19. EVER since the beginning of the ivar the , Gill^ttie Safety Razor in Civilian dress- has served our Canadian troops with distinction > -Overseas; The Gillette "Standard", "Pocket Edition" and "Combination Sets" have played their parts so well that they have been mentioned in thousands of "dispatches", no less sincere because they are private and personal. They have made such a Vecord that each and every ^American soldier is being equipped with a Safety Razor. \ But some of our fighting nrien have never yet owned a Gillette-and others have lo^ the Gi l4tes they had. For them' we have designed the new and nli^indlly Military Sets here illustrated- two Khaki ^ Sets' and the handsome "Canadiiin Service Set." Each of these Military Gillettes has its special adyantageS^ali of them are sensible, serviceal^le and thoroughly pradtical. Look in the windows for the ^ore-cards showing them-then ilep inside and see Canadian Service Set No. 20* \  the Sets themselves. You know someone yrho would more than appreciate one of these new-Military Sets. 7 Kbski Combin atissSet M0.IS. The Gillette Safe^ Razor Co. V of Canada Unuted, Office and Factory i 6S-73 St. Alexander St., MontreaV 3ia � xr ?7773?0331347123?2123603490?4473?737943?8753723300350811 59309573073804337972?7092990516?53?6700779704978924?9566408914 0369539?421619?7123?7253 ?964?061009706365103 556329 0002000100000048020002010001020101020102 02000100530000230223020200014848900002020102 ;