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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK TEN HIE LKTHDntDOK MAY 1011 May follow ins ar They loaded steel and other en gineering material on the improvised rafts under the guidance of some FrenchCrfnadiau lumbermen who be longed to live started on their adventurous but completely suc cessful journey down the Low er another Unite timber dump of fifty thousand feet and several thousand telegraph and ties were salved tlie same Ar rived safely at CotnDtrigne wjth their freight they built huge skldwuy and safely removed all the lumber and other They then started nnd jolnort tjielr tide by Rolaiid Hill has beon receiv ed here I One company of Canadian Railway troops of York bnt1 had amaainp adventures dnlnp t Ibe British They were building lines tho extreme enstprn limit of the British anil for flays and nights they worked lyto connect np with tho French sys tem so thfli valuable rolling stork could taken At ono rlrce they inado r record of nine mile con in one day under heavy shell Ing from iho By making tlip YmnK Jlons Christisn Association o connection 27 ami 23o proposes to extend the were run out of tlio danger I o the association in Can 1 COUNCIL OF May is given in tho Canada iazette of the tncor1 STEALING SHEEP on Trinl For Steal ing 220 Hend From Km poratioir of tho National Council of Jlems Christian Association of adn and to give greater permancney from and efficiency to tuelr work Their them to Xoyon and thrti to Appal Tlp Canndlau War Contingent As Court vlipn a Inrjto obtained j Dominion has been from iiii their equipment incorporated With hend officer In Mia nt sent down the Incorporation also has been a io At they crossed grantcd to tiio Central Council of the M inire fc engineer dump which Friendly Society In our allies wrro to They wttll headquarters in ofiprsd tluir services and fell to work jn real Canadian There is a great shortajre of barges but plenty of hues The railway men boomed ihe canal and duraped In the mutans long slim rafts that would ft1 the Twenty foe f lumber WHS salved in tlvi that not STILL two vessel grounded Wednesday in the lower the Como and are stHt fast They are so far m I I MM Punlop Means Original When you hear a bicycle owner say are the original not the he means that all other wired onlikcycle tires took Dunlbp for their bcwkiac Dunlop in S t industry reatooptnenMoe And atext to your fact it for renKzing this one Dunlop from the made by a patented We toiind the way to make them that would impart to them such road wch superiority ot toughness and resiliency that mey wonld eight timea faster tlian any other majte of bicycle Eighty per of all bicycle tirm told in Canada are Dunlop Tire A Rubber Goods Limited Head Office an4 FactorUwt TORONTO With the arrest of Rfly nswson as and two other young men as what is believed to be an important cnsn of sheep slen ing has been uncovered by the Al berta Provincial Pflwgon was arrested on a chnrgp laid by farms extensively east of the than on or about March 2Sth he did steal about 220 the property of the sheep were since gold to Stewnrt anil it Is al Whether of not a charge or recoivinit stolen properly will be mid again these younc men s ftl to bS and it was 011 this ac count that Hi preliminary hearing against Daw son ami his accomplices WHS remanded by Irwin this morning until Monday morning at ten Yoing imwson was formerly em ployrd by Krrr as sheep He left Kcrrs employ last nnd it is declared that he has not boon working at any regular occupa tion during ttie A confession is understood to have been obtained from one of his accomplices who is nnw in is pro seen ing for the crown ntul i whole array of legal talent has been en gaged by the with HM4 of nil creedo to respect their them with klndfltfcliTWWTOt nelRhbora As far ns I know most of the Mormons in tMbertu would may the Canadian govern ment seft to if that the Indians keep tholr that they ne not allotted to sell any part they trljl need It th time to No matt or set of men should under any condi tion be permitted to buy it from The government hns the nhl perhaps will See to It that Ihe led men do not sell their A few men may be found In all nations that would like to own tbis globe oft which we all and lieu get n small piece on the moon a and so in time ettlarge on that they might try to drive the poor inhabit ants to some other planet to hunt a new All tins at tho efc pense of tho other Greed is tlie root of much a disease that makes any man unhappy as well ns unpleasant in any All such things are contrary Mormon Wo must be thankful all that men of this class are not and surely Hie Mormons have very few of this kind of if any at By close investigation this will be found to be Peoples Forum Communications under this must bear the signatures heading of the THE INDIAN LAND QUESTION AND THE MORMONS IN ALBERTA Editor Herald Dear Sir It has been the motto of the people to live in peace 1 WOMEN ITS CHEAP USE LEMON JUICE TO MAKE BEAUTY LOTION t When Fire Truck Collides With a Street Car in Van couver 11 ALLIED F MtiHtt Dnring Teat Yet Accom v Huns Killed With the BrlttHh Mny One of the raont daring and irtngntfi of work over done by British tJattleplnnes was curried out this woelt wheh two English avintors fought twanty German scouts to a killing eight of the mieniy nnd fore Iflg others to abandon tho ron flict bflcauso they had been badly shol The British machines returned safely from this extraordinary engage having abandoned their attack only when their became exhausted at end of an hour o whirlwind fifing the machine olnes arc getting their share of pralso t Is nice to give the every hero who always lina irten arid al ways in with outward token ot our appreciation of her dnlly aelt sacrifice for nndlf dear one a gone to show that sho la still ftllve in we forget our mothor but perhaps mother n littlo outward token of that love by he wearing of a carna tion or a flower to gliow Hint sfio Is still tho dearest of those we hold In our This tiny la not forgotten by the lads nt tho The experience of the nrmy postofflce hns tnttght that tho mothers first in the soltilc1 and so has decided In make every possible that ovory mo ther in America whose son Is in France eliall tidings from her the Onto especially set ntfart for that Every BOldlof of the American expeditionary torcet young anil high and Is ex pected to write iriottiqr ott that Mothers may expect their letters early In Soldier In front line trencli6s will he given every opportunity to scribble line which will bo rushed to their All other business will bo put nalcle except that of fightInf the The letters will marked Mothers Letter and will ba given preference over all ojher mall May of efl donee In the Rouge case concluded Captain will sum up Ills case to dny nnd several attorneys for the de fence will then The court templates sitting on Thn battle was staged last Tuesday and these are the details of it whicl now nonio to hand wns sun down that two British each with n pilot and obser Vrent wheeling across this part the front In senrch of They wera well back of the enemys line when they sighted seven German planes flying The hardy Britishers did not oven pause to con sider the odds against but turn ed the noses of their machines toward the enemy and raced in for the MOTHERS May cor Drive and Twelfth a toll of four more lives this afternoon when the hose wagon from Fire Hall 12 collided with Grand View Street Four of the five firemen on the truck were and frightfully mangled and the fifth1 miraculously escaped by All with the exception of Captain Frost were At four ojclock a fire alarm was turned in from the corner of Lake View and Broadway where the bush was The hose truck with Otis Fulton at the wheel and Captain Richard Frost beside him and Hosemen Morrison and Campbell on the foot left the hall at Twelfth Avenue and Cathar iues Street with a straight run east I on Twelfth before The Grand I View car travelling north on the sharp down grade between Thirteenth and Twelfth on Commercial wns struck in front of the rear the terrific impact smashing the fire truck into a shapeless Hoseman Campbell was the only man on the fire truck to escapt with his Soon after the arrival of the Joseph the raotorman on the street and the conductor were taken to police they will be held till the coroners jury inves tigates the responsibility for the col a beautiful Idea Is Implied in MdthoW May In these times wben the her IJKEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT SHOE In all weathers the skin and com plexion can be kept wonderfully and white liy the ilae ot this inex pensive lemon lotion any girl Jr woman can easily The juice of two fresh lemons strained into a bottle containing three ounces of orchardwhite makes whole quarter pint of the moat re markable lemon skin beautifier at about the cost one must pay for a small Jar of the ordinary cold Care should be taken to strain the lemon juice through a fine cloth BO no lemon pulp gets then this Mo tion will keep fresh for Every woman knows that lemon juice is used to bleach and remove such blemishes as sallowness and and is the Ideal skin sruoothener Just try It Get tliree ounces ot orchard whits at any pharmacy and two lemons from the grocer and make up a quarter pint of this sweetly fra grant lemon It naturally should help to bleach atid bring out the roses and hidden beauty of any Those who will make It s habit to gently massage this lotion Into the arms and hands once or twice daily may be repaid with a skin that is flexible and young loot Ing and a peachlike jail Stone THE NeverFiiliaf Remedy for Appendicitis Stomach Appendicitis and Kidney Stones often cansod by Gall and mislead people until those bad attacks of Gall Stone Colic Not in ten Gall Stone Sufferers knows what is the Marlatta Specific will cure without pain or oper Buy fvoui JACKSON Another important question wa made plain to a large audience last night when Kagan preached on the Saved and How to Know He took hjs scripture text from Romans and The Spirit Himself Bears Witness With OurSpirit That We are Children of and If Children Then Heirs of God and Joint He first emphasized of the two witnesses God witnessed WITH us and not by scrip tured authority lie proved that Gods spirit boars witness through the word and revealed what we do to be Fagari wrote these on a blackboard under the heading of Gods He gave a clear ami definite pro mice for the witness of mans spfrl which was the testimony of mans spirit will always be in harmony with nls personal Thus man knows when lie has taken all the1 steps required by the word of God He a strong point that spirit of thfi child who was baptized in infancy could not witness will the spirit of God in The Fagans will havo of th preaching both morning anc evening and it being ther last Sun day a large Is April Correnpondence nf llio before the great assault on the British front on March fired almost three tiuma as many shells In three hours than the Germans fired n the entire iMncoPrussian German staff ofilcers Informed a Swiss newspaper that the German ar tillery used more than shells during the three hours bom bardment preceding the This is more than a es timated on a front of fifty aooiit 160 a minute to the The total number of ahclU used by Ger many In the war of 1870 waa about LOSS OF May out at two oclock this morning la the large show rooms of the Louis Beaubien dealers In boots und jutted the place und threatened half a score of large factories in the Tiie aaniafcc is estimated 7219 Miles and Never Once V In the Reo Six I READ THAT REO in which was quoted an owner who stated he had driven his Reo Six more than miles and that it was good as ANlTiLL VOUCH FOR every word that Reo owner my own experience tells me he wasnt stretching it a MAKING ALL ALLOWANCES for the wellknown enthusiasm of Reo some of them certainly do tell stories that test ones credu believe his story I HAVE DRIVEN MY REO 7219 miles theres the speedometer to prove it since I bought it last May THATS 1400 MILES a Some motoring t But you see I use my car for and I use it all the WAS a wellknown representative of a prominent auto mobile trade He he ought to know HES AN is to say he knows every prominent man in the automobile the men and the principles they stand Knows what kind of materials they where they buy them AND HIS CAR IS A REO foar passenger equipped with an All Seasons or convertible BUT LET HIM TELL his own Being a good he is eminently capable of doing MY REO HAS NEVER once stopped on the even Never refused to start at a touch of the failed to stop within a foot of where I wanted in emer gencies or ordinary AND IT HAS NEVER once been in the shop for an Adjustment or a repair or the replacement of a IVE NEVER EVEN SEEN a spark I mean for Ive never had to unlatch the caps that cover the cylinder so I really never have seen even the top of a WHILE I CANT quite equal the testimony of the mile I figure that in a year from I can for my Reo Six runs just as just as is just as seems even quicker in response to than on the day I proudly drove it away from the Reo HIS the Like all Reo he will be only too glad of a chance to tell you about his Reo Six SHARMAN DISTRIBUTORS FOR LETH8RIDGE AND SHOW ROOMS 1217 SECOND AVENUE Reo Motor Car Michigan SixCiflinJerReo 7 hsserwer Touring Price N LETHBRIOQI Plus War Tax SERVICE WILL BE GIVEN THESE CARS COLO Of v ;