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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY lETMUnrnoE DAILY HERALD PAGE OVERSEAS Great Rnlly In Their Form Hospital Unit Trent our own Carrsefteltdstit May et the larie auditorium ot the school house wen fined with soMiers and sail their i the occasion pro M4 In honor ot Tdr rrVenieae Omit left tHIi NOIDKEIIERVOUS en ronte tmlniftt s Precedlat tie dMee a splendid rtMteAV the towa tJsdtt the direct charfe ot Ten mlante were with patriotic coerttrys Needs was spoken to ny Martin Tie speaker stated that tea mtamtes cotrtd be prolonged into to dilate on such an IHnwiMe was sure that our countrys needs In tar as turnielvlftg Vrave and vlgortma jroutii men was would be completely And eftletonUjr made by the young manhood ot the and iwtloularly them In this Immediate whom were on the t O wais siinc by the pupils of the public school under the dlreotloiai Mlsa The lit tle voices elftttni ot our tslr country will renumbered by the con gregation and the soldiers tnd especially will the latter remem ber the ocoaelott when they are some where In IWwoV the local secretary ot the Ited CttBS Cave an llfl Haaen II ll with pleasure that I write to tell yott ot the great benefit I received from the use of your I waa a treat sufferer for aaaajr yean from ffenmu Head ottos I tried consulted dooton but notbinf teemed to help me nntfl I tried After I badtaken eeveral I was oempletaly relieved of these trefcblM hare beeat unnsually well ever Hist AHOTE la fresh fruit eoaetBtrated and Increased in combined with finest and is a positive and reliable remedy tot Headaches and a 6 for trial size At all dealera or able He tery registered vigorous protest against the apparent lethargy Ot some ot the who seemingly did not uu derstand the urgent needs of this great organisation In connection with the winning of the The man who threw a bill down to the Red and thought that he had done his full came In for his as a slacker in The work readied right up into the front and the efficient aid the Red Cross has given on the and to the wounded and If paid for by the would cost many millions of Frank Merl Cure and Robins ren dered the quartette entitled The Boys are Our Mayor Pitcher was the next speak onthe Our He We are proud ot our those who are already over there and those who are right and those who will soon go over He was sure that mothers and fathers were proud of the fact that they had raised sons Who oould answer theii countrys call in an hour of and he was satisfied that these man would acquit themselves in in ad vanoe of the ideal behind the Conflict and he wished God and a safe and assured them that each would be remembered day by day aa long aa they were Card referred to the two sons of William who prac tlced as an attorney in Cardston for it number of He read the four verses written by Herschel entitled The Kid Has done to the a James Leadbetter then sang a a It r 6AM ATfttttT May AH mrttormen and catidtlctors employed by the New York State Railway Hoch ester lino work at four oclock this mornjnf Not n car wheel turned and thousands of people wore forced to walk to very appropriate solo entitled So The Kellook then toasted The He was snrn that the bojrs fore going forward with determination o and that the army with their lp and the help of bthern of their and with the right nn their would be Invincible to any He wished them which meanH Qorl be with and this he re Little Miss Zelda accompan ied by her Lillian sang very sweetly the American Over Although a difficult piece for a little the solo was ren dered without hesitation or and went right to the heart of her Woman One of the most pleasing features of the evening was a patriotic speech by She quoting from one of the that It was the men of vision who backed up their ideas by their faith and de unswerved by the pass ing ot a few short who see the fruition of their labors and and wore not afraid to wait for the accomplishment of their This was the case A pretty and pathetic little story was told of the ADD CAHDSTON SATS Belgian and French turned out ot the town which had been ruthlessly sacked by the Huns were forced to march 20 miles back Into and the little tots one by dropped out with their tiny tired feet by the where they were later burled by the tenderheart ed This struck so deeply Into the hearts of her hearers that there were If who did not resolve then and there to do not only their bit and their but all they In the arniy or for the suf ferlng of the AngloSaxon Eloquent Cure then sang a patriotic which was followed by an elo quent speech by Isaac on The referring modestly to the tpr pedolng of the vessel which carrier him from the Old Country to Canada in when he very narrowly eg caped being He said right ly did the Kaiser make mention o the British army as so far as numbers were concerned a the beginning of the but at no time has the Kaiser or anyone else ever been able to aay that the navy of Great which is three times as strong as any other in the i It was the navy tha had kept open the It was the navy that had kept the army a the and although twice dally reports are wafted back from the Poisoning of the Blood Stream Cause of Most Suffering Today Function of Kidneys Recognized by Specialists as All Important When Kidneys Scia tica the Old Time Kidney has Outlived Nostrums by Going Straight Source of Trouble Perhtpi the Moat premiert minor allmoil When the headache is only ccimonit it eta be al a to ooal Such al an jnuiual excitement or too much or lou of In which cases will reanert Hull the But qulie a femrul complaint for map r a woman ii eonttant blinding headachd hat to yield to loooi treatment Health aad vigour depend upon tht that la a widely known but ftw un Itritaad It leetje In thiia dart whta people irt alkwl totake a thousand tad oat to point out thi bailc principle of lift and health ai a Tht blood it ream lervaa two It carrlat ninriihmeat the tlieuon and orgaua of tht tody it collect wait product frraa thtit and undir normal condition It auitt akla to iti weik ay and carrying away unit ht and It ia Juit kert that tat troabtt 10 often Tht altering iaiMritlei from tht blood Ii the work of tht which dlipose of tha waito waiter ID Day aad day Bummer aad throagkeut whale kldueya ptrftns these uaftaalog They i tht ttillaili al ctaitantly en fua Oat hour Incapacity from whaltver auddea chill tr a alight It U the whole M The raiment tkt hldaeyt fall tht hlicd btflaa ta with poliMout whleh aro thtn carried around iFlil kfiad itretai to all orcani ana tluuil of JJke aad tht health U WTthtut e aad Illentlle which trt riadlly avallahll to aay whe to itady the tha avtrsft puion atprMlati o keipjni tbt la ttti worhlii ordir MB la That tho fi tho kidaoyi failed to do thtlr wtrk Ai kt kieamt wt foaad It niceaaary ta besin treatment and unfortunately waited timt and money on remedies that were lltlie or no AJter ant dole of Old ka fouad them lo be osaetly what ht and attar takiac two of OIN wai oomplilely Wo heartily nwatanad OlN PILLS at every opportuaity ta ear friends and ijy JAMM B Backaehe ii natarta waralai tkat thi kidney i iro oat ef a waralng that muit not bo Compllcittoai fear ful to tklak fellow Ono itntrod In the where a Hone cauied intold aad haw lit old brlau b totaa by which ho he wanti to i kidaey hut by Us treublt aad oatitandinf eynptom ttMlli ft If at ia M srt Sky hundridl Msuadi tf seople muit hi luKerlai Mw7roai aAtt aad palaa aoroai tht k aid Ikrough Ike far loslaaoe Olrf PILLB tr tht i to I iun nn Srsl I with dread all of taken half to I luftrtd with islai ia that ua A frtepd five me Ola Pllli laf mtr I had f filt Uu I A Daokaokt itti a troal ta ke rid of tha Slwayi a of OIN PILLB ia the an If I fill thi pain I like aajut half a ullll and It ll Tf my til a ait what a ptK have li thi r Tou theuld lr Gin Smltt often the luffuer knows he noeli bii Kluneyi iu lo rilii reej aad treatmen afiir on rerosdlos Iliut wort nils M ao To quota auetbir letter My huBlinnd mod OIN for lieklcho and Kidney Disease which fprmorlv troubled him a great The i his back was duaJful and we have in mind of egl in The trouble tho hid wuHrv a BIVHV Lenard consulted Wst triad fir heari to reajovt iht htte Ii tkt ittry la thi pitltmti vwa wirdi AsflMt I west te Iftatnal tt toaivlt a ai I hid biea inlhrlif terribly with Bloat ia Iht Ht to optrato but laid the wai too larae o remove aad too hirlio rttaraed home and trlind tt try rolleved tkt I took and wta lack to the Hi laid tho HMO wei loTtller but lit eauld tot riarevt It iltheaah ht tried for two howri aad a 1 returned and to tit take OIN t mrprltf and la the at math otsV 1 rommsioad theat all lha rett of OAVirt II you have s Wind tutorial fieta tr Bloat tht think wha MSI to kaow tboW Ofc Jfad what lallsfaotlon bo you kaow yon had beei Altod bad kton yenrael rill uee no uiglif It pailaa tbt good word to olberi who hivt eymploms Til Kidney o Bladdar la Nertl liver who hai a ajos iatortiilaf having carried th fasii Ola Wli star It v Waftk I havo graal ulenure In wrltag and reeoasmtllsTag OIN Wt have uiodTIktai Tht last two yeare and Ola han fellid Wt lotk Pllli to ike eld country lome time aad to aad kavt liked ui to Snd can Buy OIK PILLB wai pleasid with the pills and only two pllli were neidej to lve Will you wmi aad Mr out when thty can ovor tvervon J 7OU had a pllli lift n ift op my way hick and we gavt hem to a nglindt h woman on board much with n bo Kidney Trouble In inriadlnc thli won PILLSII aa only wllllaf It offer my A I il W IbM Mt TM Jwk MM MSMSH the moit otreful attention to living oendl Suoh headaches conatltute a terioui Painful in they are In eeUei they demand treatmont at the leat of the in all the If worte are to One iuch Inttance ll told in tfet following letter of Gi May I eannot refrain from writing the benettt I have received from in Before taking Oln Plllt I had lullorcd dreadfully with my baok and headache and had euffered for 20 I I have tried union everything ut got no relief until I got Oln I have taken 6 hoses and now I havo a ilgn of a pain or an I ate 48 and feel aa well aa ever I did IB MILLANOR eumatism re ai the eved by tbjl Oln have been uied with freat its for many In cases of caused by the failure of the KiUneya te remove the urlo acid ptiiont from tht At the first indications of Rheumatism coons ihould had to din complaint can be quickly reliev tlmeteited The wonderful remit flven by Oln Pllli have kept it In the forefront of the standard romedlea and Inurging lutereri to try the the proprietor aiiume all iht rlik That Ii to eviry bos Ii lold aad has beau lold for ytari pait on the strict narantta of satlsUctloa or yoor moniy bats without If vour baok aches with a ion pain If ihirp ihootlnf palni almost doublt you If you havo to Hop work lonetlmii and He down to ease your back then your Kidneys certainly are affected ind you need Qln If yoa are crippled with your or knuckloi aro iwolloa and know that your kidntyi ire not purifying the blooa ai they apl1 milly need Oln tho triad and tilted Tf you ire mtleu at eon tltnt urinary loss of to the kidneys Put them In order with a course of Oiu Tho remedy la ilvplt and you cannot fall to TRBB BAUFLB Ha Pllli are iold at a or a besss for fret Sample if yen write IB The National Drut Chemical Cttnpaity of Ontario Addroeei Main HOW TO BUY SHOES and how to take care of them afterwards MOST people could add ten per cent to the life of their shoes by buying the proper shape and the right size and then giving the shoes more care after That really means a saving of ten per An illfitting for not only soon loses its shape and appearance but it does not wear t especially or hard first of be sure to get a shoe that is the pro per shape for your take care that it is exactly long enough and wide Take your dealers advice about He sells thousands of pairs of shoes a and by experience can tell you the shape and the size of shoe you should Each time you buy a pair of let your dealer measure your Sometimes the size you think you wear is not the size that will give the correct be cause sizes are not to be relied upon There is bound to be some variation in The workman may stretch the leather occasionally a little tighter over the last when he is making a certain thus reducing the space inside the shoe slightly below the normal It is also wise when you are buying a shoe to con sider the conditions under which you will wear If you will be tramping through the mud and get a heavy shoe that we make for that kind of If you want a stylish walking shoe for ordinary street or office buy a more shapely If you are a farmer or an outdoor get a substantial It is true economy to have three or even four pairs of It pays to have shoes for wet and stormy for fine for winter and for Shoes will wear much better and always look better if put away for a few days preferably on a pair of shoe It is also true economy to keep your shoes well Frequent polishing helps to maintain their smart appearance and keeps the leather soft and in good thus prolonging the life of the If your shoes get wet dont put them in a very hot place to and dont at any time put them up against a hot radiator or Such heat takes the life out of tfac That is what causes shoes to crack and Pufcwet shoes on a pair of shoe lay them on their sides so that the air can get to the and let them dry slowly and We are telling you these shoe facts because as Shoemakers to the we want you to get the ut most wear from every pair of shoes you Ames Holden McCready operate three large where boots and shoes for women and children are We make all kinds of from the finest kind of kid and calf shots for both men and to special heavy grades for the workman and the Tht shoes that bear our are splendid value for the money no matter yhethtr you pay or AMES HOLDEN McCREADY Shoemakers to the Nation MONTUAL TORONTO WINNIPEG 6DMONTON VANCOUVER seldom if do we hear of the feats of the heroes of the lAs some of the young men present may be drafted into the and some had Joined the navy from thlji they would return itrong and determined upon fair play given a crowd of about 200 people in their very which was a rule Qfthe Little Miss Zelda Phipps then sang Buy a Liberty Btuvd tor the and again took the congregation by President Murrell Schuyler Lorenso Charles Bart Nephi Arnold Olen OJHe Engene At the station three cheers were Canadian of Major The last speaker of the meeting was President who spoke on Soldiers Abroad and at He asked the 29 conscripted men and Volunteers who were on the stand to rise that they be seen by those He felt safe In being defend ed by such able men and prayed that they would have power to do right under al If they nad to lay down their lives on the fields of or anywhere it was they had done their and if they they would duly honor He urged the folks at home be untiring In their efforts In backing up the soldiers and closed by calling for three round cheers for our This was re sponded to and was fol lowed by a medley ot patriotic given in the form of a piano solo by Miss W inn If red and then the congregation arose and sang God Save Our and Our Splendid Dancing followed until one oclock as an exception to the general the mayor arranging to have the electric lights stay on until two because of this special The committee in charge of the hall and music was the Cardston School The hall was tastefully decorated by Best and while the refreshments were served by Councilman Phlpps and the First and Second Ward ReUef As everything was free and a splen did fraternal feeling all bad an enjoyable and memorable The Boys Who This morning nearly all the boys about 35 and your cor respondent was able1 to get the fol lowing names of those who or soon were to leave for their var iously assigned training camps Milton Marion Jerry Leavltt George Samuel Portineus Orlln Leonard Claude Frank Dan Cecil man Alexander Think Thomas Lea William Payne William Aldle the last two mentioned Leslie Clark 01 having volunteered William O1 Labi Nell who were there to see the boys off and bid them God Not since the departure of the Thir teenth Overseas under command Brown In the early spring of has there been such a crowd at the station to bid the boys Quite a number of the latter squad ron have made the supreme while some have returned home wounded or and a large number are still doing their full duty Somewhere In Soldiers The Daughters of the Empire through the Hampshire Chapter are sending their third shipment for this year of soldiers comforts at the end of this The articles gcilng forward with this consignment are salted table figs and A package is being sent to each soldier from this and the society would be pleap ed to have every soldiers name re ported so as to complete the Parties desiring to aid in this good work can leave parcels with any member of the Comfort Miss Hamilton and Miss and can rest assured that their little remembrances willbe properly looked after by these Good Any change ot address should be reported by relatives to committee or to the presi A At on Sunday the funeral ser vices for the son of and John who died on the 3rd were held at the Stoke The Woolford people were present in large nuipbers and Bishop Pitcher and Bishop Duce were in The man was about nineteen year of age and had met with an ac cidental fall from a plow that Is sup posed to have caused primarily his he continued to Work day or two and was caught out in the snowstorm during the lat ter part of April and was thoroughly His decline and death came suddenly and was a great to his family and A very instructive and consoling discourse on the The Power of was given by Tourner ot who was the ciilef Duce and Bishop Puee were the other There were friends from Mugrath and a number from Hill Spring In The choir rendered some very appropriate selections and the benediction was pronounced by Bishop On May 3rd there was a double wedding celebration in which the con tracting parties were all from near President Duce performed the ceremonies which unit ed Ernest Richard Orr and Miss Mary and Wil ford Orr and Miss Annie there being present on the occasion and Bishop Josiah Orr and Sillitoanil about twelve other friends from A fine wedding dinner was at the new restaurant opened recentlly by Lang Gut at which Presi dent Duce was the efficient toast Wilfovd Orr loaves for the front in a few days and Ernest Orr is subject to call from the United States side and is expecting his noti fication The party returned to Orton in three big Hospital Be At the last meeting 5f the share holders of the Cardston lim it was decided to proceed with the effort to form the necessary dis trict so that a hospital according to therecent legislation of the provin cial parliament could be had at this Committees were appointed to vans the various districts to he In cluded so that the required signers could be obtained and the erection of the hospital unit cohld be accomp lished luring Leading citizens sre being circularized by the secreT and reports are expected before tho close the The Easy Way to Keep Fit SPINNING through the fresh air on easy running Bicycle gives gentle exercise needed to keep mind and body alert and The advantage of choosing a Bicycle is that it will run just as smoothly and sweetly for years as it does when you buy ia Canada and Guaranteed by CANADA CYCLE MOTOB 386 Donald THIS MASK IS YOUR PROTeCTliiN v Every HkycU been thli design on lio Uek vhDU uliooBloif a All of IIMO wellIrnmm Hi B Twice aswalking ;