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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ri'ESDAY. MAY 1 I. 15118 PAGE SEVEN AINGSTIHE Tlio lliiguo. Jliiy It-Tlio VorwanrlH ^piilillKliiHl the foUnwliiK leltnr lo ' .xiiuHliiil vou llindniibiirK l).v Cnptiilii |l lliiiis CcnrB von Uoc-rfoldo, of tlin Ucnnaii gniieral stiiff, KnlRlil "t ,U"' lion (.'.rnsM (tli-Hl. clnsH) and siMon of an old .Innlior fnmjly broiiglil up in nil llif tradltlonH of Iho Posldiini Unai'ds iwlio liiiH luMjn arrcatod for. II. Ik. liollin-iid, liln part In Iho dlslrlbn-tlon of tlio I.lchnowsky niemoran-dnni). ' (lerniany'ti fair; In and after llin war will depend in the main upon vhelhoi' wn Irnly thampion a true canae. Olhorwlse, oven It to ull ap-l)i'.arHnceH, wo ar" vlclorlonn. we Hliall internally he ripe for de.^trnetion and shall never he ahle to fnlrii our I rue \vorld'!i mission. In tlie loni; lun ll is Willi llie irnlh alone that wo ean re.'.-liit the enemy at home and abroad, whose most dangerou.s weapon of al-lacK la lnfamon.4 falsehood. The letter was writlon soon after neerf(!lde, after flKhting lhron(,'li llel-Rium to the Somnie, relurned wounded, and for his dialinKnished eondviet had been given the Iron (.'ross and transferred lo the general staff at home. The Vorwaerts says, this transfer was fatal, for it ))r()UKhl tin.' .lnnl lhal Iho charge has nothing, or very little to do with Ihe .N'Ichnowsfty ,^r-fair. The Vorwaert^ demands lhal the trial shall be held in public, and warns the (!overnm(;chanKe for Ainurian prisoners, whoso conditions in Italian camps has Improved. In t^ie last three linndrod prisoners sent hack to Italy from Austria, all were Hufforing from luhorculosis in a very auvanceu stage, Ihe dispatch declares. he is liable to be fretful, but frequently a good deal of this is due to skin irritation which generally accompanies teething. Keeping baby's skin in per-feet condition will do a great deal toward helping him through this trying period. As soon as the slightest rash appears it should be treated with Zam-Buk. Nothing is so suitable for baby's tender skin. The absolute purity of this herbal balm never fails to commend it to mothers of discriminating tastes. Mrs. C. B. Rltccy of Rlverport, N.S., says: "My baby had sores on her face caused by teething, and although I tried Dumerous salves nothing would heal thcni. On a friend's rccommeadatlon I commenced using Zam-Buk, After the first two applications the sores began to heal and with con-tinued treatment they entirely disappeared." Zain-Buk should also be used for eczema, ringworm, bolls, scalp sores, blood-poisoning, cuts, bruises, burns and �calds. All dealers or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. 50c box, 3 fot f 1.25. Send Ic stamp for postage oa free trial box. The Road to Independence Trouble comes to all of'us at one time or another. The man with a snug banlc account, is fortified against the ' 'slings and arrows of outrageous fortune''. It is the duty of evei-y man to lay aside something for the inevitable rainy day. Open a Savings Account today--and take your first step aloAg the i-oad to Independence. TH? M?RCM*MTS BANK London. ;\iay la.- One ' of Ihe \ inost iiilerii.sting hiii least known de- ' vclopment.-i of lIic present shlpl)uild-' Ing effort in which (lr necessary provision made. 1 Tlie aim of tiie Admiralty Deputy-1 Conlroiler's Ueparlment was' sliil i furlher (o increase speed of production. As matters stood, all liie shipbuilding yards, engine faclnrles and boiler shops were largely occupieill with Kiandard shij) work. Tiiere wens however, many otlier induslrial cs-labliahments in the counti'y doing work, closely reseml)!ing sliipbuild-ing and marine engineering. .An>iiig them were liridge-bnildlng yards and land engine factories. 'I'he niajorlly of tiiem were in inland centres and remote from lauiudiing water; hut, taken altogether, tlieir resources were so great that it was felt that they ought lo ho used. ' Fabrication. "Fabrication'' solved the 'pr Sale Price...................................... i.OU Men's Medium Weight Combinations. Regular $3.75. Sale Price..................................... Men's Medium Weight Combinations. Regular $4.00. Sale Price................................ MEN'S TWO PIECE UNDERWEAR-BALBRIGGAN Men's Separate Drawers, Balbriggan. Regular 90c. Sale Price .........................'............. Men's Separate Shirts, Balbriggan. Regular .90c. Sale Price...................................... Men's Separate Drawers, medium weight. Regular " $3.00. Sale Price ..............'................... Men's Separate Drawers, medium weight,' Regular $2.75, Sale Price ................................ Men's B.V.D. style Underwear In silk stripes. Regular $3.25, Sale Price ;....................... Men's B.V.D. style Underwear. Regular $2.75. Sale Price....................................... 2.55 2.75 50c 50c 2.20 2.05 2.45 1.85 Men's Wool Jerseys In grey, blue, brown and maroon. OOP Regular $4.50. Sale Price ....................... J.uO $2,00 pairs of Men's Gloves. sale Price...............i............. 30 pairs Motor Gauntlets. Ftegular $4.50. Sale Price ........................... 95c 3.45 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS IN SOFT CUFFS. Men's Dress Shirts in silk and very neat stripes, A AC Regular $6.50. Sale Price ........................ Men's Dress Shirts In neat silk stripes. Regular $4.25. o Oft Sale Price ..................................... 0�C>\3 Men's Dress Shirts in neat stripes. Regular $3.50. O O C Sale Price ...................................... �fttO Men's Dress Shirts In neat stripes. Regular $2.25. 1 AC ' Sale Price...................................... 1.43 Men's Dress Shirts in neat stripes and plain white. � 0|\ Regular $2.00. Sale Price ......................... 1.6v Men's Dress shirts in plain white. Regular $2.50. ! /jp Sale Price ....................................... l.U�) MEN'S  WORK SHIRTS FOR SUMMER WEAR. 6'2 dozen Men's Heavy Work Shirts. Regular $2.25. | PP Sale Price....................................... 1.D3 18 dozen Men's Heavy Medium Weight Shirts. Reg- l y| C ular $2.00. Sale Price ........................... l.TlD 41/2 dozen Men's Medium Weight Shirts. Regular �* Sale Price.................. ..... ...... J�4t!) Men's Felt Hats Ih all shades. Regular $3.00; 1 1 A Sale Price............................ i.lll Men's Panama-Hats. Regular $5.50. O y| C Sale Price ..... ........................,....... J.4t> Men's Straw Hats, neat for slimmer wear. Regular | � a $1.75. Sale Price ............ .........,..... l.lU Men's Caps, Going at ,' ' 1 1A 65c and.......................................... I.IU THE LETHBRlbGE CLOTHING HOUSE 114 Fifth Street South-Bolide Harris Employment Agency 6686 ;