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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FOOT THB LETHBHIDGE PAILY HERALP FRIDAY, MAY 21, 191S sail back means far more than it seems on the surface. To jet what you want and when you want it with- out the. Inconvenience ot a special trlu' to town ii great con- venience. A nickel's worth of nails would have same ciretul, prompt attention ialo the war with the powers that have sought to defend Belgium. Let them do something to show that they mean what they say; 'and that they are really striving for righteousness "Until they do this, let everv and upright man and woman refuse ;o have anything more to do with a movement which is certainly both oolish and noxious, which is accom- panied by a peculiarly ignoble aban- donment of the national duty, and which, if successful, would do only harm, and the mere attempt to ac- complish which rightly exposes our people to measureless contempt "Sincerely yours, Theodore Roose- velt. Mrs. Julie Barret Rublee, Washing- ton; D. C." TRAVERS Travcrs, Alta., May neather sunshine and rain Splen did time to plough under thoM weeds that sprouted so" early iee some are trviBg to b-eak new land, but claim it is net yet to do good work f' Where is the guy" that tried to up- tet our nervous system by predicting a drouth for this season? If he was In that three days-rain, he will be likely to change Ins mild JM. aiYMl U.FVA. pk-nic will at Trave'rs on .Tune 11. A jolly good :ime is usual. Elliot, manager ot the Ogilvie iterator) here, has lust returned from a visit with his famiiy at .ndian Sask. The Brkshart baseball team will play .heir first game" of the season at Tra- vers, May.21. A dance at the hail-In .he evening after the game. Mrs. .JeMle Graham and her sister Siva -came; down. from BrooUs for a week's "visit with their parents, Mr. and D. Greenman________ Miss Hazel Greenman was. home for a few days' visit, but returned to Car- mangay, where she has accepted a po- sition in the drug' store. The Ladies' Aid met last Tuesday in the rest room, on Main street. A large number were present, and listened to a Hue address by -Rev. Mr. Staley on the ways of the Piegan Indian, on whose reserve he labored as mission- ary (or two years. 'Mrs. Taylor of Lethbridge is visiting at the-home of her son, John Taylor, who runs a hardware store in town. AT YOUR A BAKERY OF v UNUSUAL EXCELLENCE QUAKER BREAD CLEAN, SWEET, NOURISHING YOU SHOULD SERVE IT OX YOUR TABLE THREE TIMES A DAY 16 TICKETS FOR [PHONE 378 AND HAVE THE DRI- 1VEE CALL. LOOK FOR THE; LA- BEL ON EVERY LOAi1 MADE BY JOHNGILMORE ;