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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THBJ LEIIIBRIIJOK UAJLT HtSHALt MAY 1018 I JE IJ By tticlr signs ye shall luiow That is not tho motto of the Atllo bm it uiiffbt be for the club has determined to post thfe South country wiih sisns so tlmt It will be next to impossible to lose At a meeting on Monday the Auto Club executive out a program for posting the and five chairmen of commit1 tees were nametl to hat hoi was Prtcr will have j charge of posting the road to Taber McGnlre to Xobleford Spooner to Marlernl Bawden to Stirling nnd Haynioufl nnd to The provincial motor league has arranged a system of sign to be The transcontinental high which runs east and west through will be marked by means of a red ball on a white Arrangements been made o paint all signs OIT telephone P9sts theee are Where they are no available the signs wlH be Other col ors will be used for other trunk roads but the same design of sign will be To Log the The club has arranged that all roads leading to will be logged with the Union Bank corner starting For roads east and aouth the start will be along rd to 14th where a large sign I yill be giving directions east and For roads north and the start will be along Oth j flnd a large sign will be placed at the turn at the Hudsons Bay The club will also urge the city j council to put the leading roads i Junning into the city in good condition so that they wli be in keen1 Ing with the fine trunk roads which are beiug posted throughout the In posting the main not trails will be And the clubwill endeavor to have the Gov ernment tloail Department put the posted area roads in good Arrangements rtro being made with i neighboring clubs to post the red i route from Nest to the Saskatchewan The clubs north and south will also be asked to post the roads from Calgary to the International The officials j of the Glacier National 1ark wiU al so be naked to join up with the work j of the Lothbridge Auto Cluband the j Cardston club In posting the rdiil park cs it is expected there will be heavy traffic to the park this i The executive at the meeting pressed the highest appreciation ofj the action of of I the department of public in securing the special graders now at j work on the red route and mem bers ofthe club who have 40011 the I completed road speak in very high terms of the work which is being ac it is understood that the road will be graded right through to Medicine I and that arrangements are being made for light tractors to keep it properly dragged good j The club is also arranging to get after the farmers who flood the roads with irrigation and all offences will be reported to the t roviucial It is felt that this is as much in the Interests of the far mers as anybody The new club ejiiblems have been received in Calgary and as soon as j the Lethbridge supply arrives a cam1 paign will be put on by the member ship committee and an effort made to get every auto owner to join up and assist in the campaign for good roads in Southern Ho squandered her Hard earned money on tobacco nnd but in spite of this nover ending drudg ing nnd Irtfk of comforts never She was always cheerful and calm going through llto with a She snw her beauty lines of cnre take Us There was no sign of re lief from nothing but increased poverty and prospective homeless She gave up her life for her family until she was a mere shell of her former noble Her reward lay alone In the fact she had made tho way easier for the mem bers of her When we sfce such a sacrifice on anyones part we have the words of Jesus Impressed upon our It anyone desire to be the same shall be last and the servant of Sacrifice Is key note in the lives of a great many of our The Mother is the peacemaker in the homo andin this position It calls for the best within nor quite often to keep the machinery of the home run ning Disputes hot words ensue and everything looks black ttfcfff mother quietly uport the and with trim IB sight does Ihe thing thnt Is re quired to bring sunshine arid gooff feeling bdfcfc XVnen we are from home her qualities stnnd out Who Is who sends the whtf notices everything we have overlooked When we are at home who picks up all the articles which careless hands straw who knows where Mie articles are to be found One word is answer to it the sweetest of Her qualifies are her pat ience great and her love she has and Is giving her very blood 1or Are we appreciating It as we should Do we think of her the human side of mother She likes earthly pleasure as well ns we she can enjoy a good time nnd If anyone she deserves Lot us all try throughout the future to remember this and in such a way that when the years have rolled by we can say from the depths of our hearts I have appreciated and have done Something to show that appre ciation of my May tho morirlng sitting of the House of read in countjl passed by lie Government yeateroay embodying its incision with regard to the pay of cml servants now enlisted in tho overseas forces of Tho president oC the privy council stated that those ser vants who enlisted early In the war vere granted both civil and military an order in council had been passed providing that civil ser vants enlisting thereafter should re ceive which over was the larger of the Tho net result of tho now order In council is that civil servants doing bona Help fighting at the or who have been wounded and are undergoing treatment in CJredt or who have fought for M least a yea if and npW required for duBy mfenglnnd will continue to receive the pay they hitherto CANADIAN TRAVEL rflstRICTIONS Oh SirAlbert pwrtldent pf theBowrtl of an nonucod In the British of Commons the decision of thp Govern ment to plnco great restrictions travel In England and vicin which later Will bo extended he Passenger trnln ho would be reduc ed by forty per and It will be dfftoessary for everyone to nhow that his proposed trip has nn adequate rea Tho issue of season tickets will bo greatly This will affect larne number of wluf have moved to places outside of owing to the nlr and travel back ann forth each In Canada with a view to economizing train service and there by assisting In the most vigorous war has been obliged to consider ably reduce the number passen ger ink Principal who Was at onetime tor of one of the Jnrgost ihilrnhea ol tndInter principal Vrcstfytertnn win linn spent nearly three yonrs in tho capacity of will ml dresH a public meeting In KUOJ church on Thursday evening at MacKinnon Is a most Ing Throughout Canada ha linn been greeted by Inlge tnd the people Lethbrldge tiro for tunutafn the privilege of hearing such n gifted Ben 14 Judge 14 and Premier will he prepared for races over tin halt mile track at Our Mothers The following essay was delivered on Mothers Day by Harold of the Unitexl Sunday Owing to general excellence The Herald is glad 10 reproduce it When we turn our thoughts to mother we draw a mental picture of one who possesses he most of the combined with the least of the faults found in human and rightly but this same fame is clue to a large extent to the unherald ed She receives no few know hor as compared to those who know the son or Uut how proud she is in her own way of the success olher boy or as the case may for to her they never can be Mother Is Mother is If any quality is developed in any member of the fam it is love in An unloving mother is the most impossible thing ever All her actions are prompted by that a love go It does not matter wiivher the racing years have left her cheeks boundless thatno her very colorless or furrowed her brow with i Iife need be is too great for those care her beauty stands out more near and dear to Her cou as the years go It is I stant and follows us to not a surface gloss r skin deep thc end of the We may not I tint to shaw any love in but that floes but that beauty which comes not change hers iu the It flows from the soul It is the ljle a mountain freely at all ward mark of van unselfish burden We may sm times without sharing t Mother is the inspiration of One great man expressed this idea aptly when lie said In my mothers presence 1 become for the time transformed into another be In her presence our thoughts and ideals cannot be otherwise than high ami asher very pres ence scatters revenge and liutieu and jealousy as the wind scatters the disgrace our name and how lowv sk ft j h b fc t j e j startedlife anew be someone who still f had fath m them Burderl The family burden bearer and sharer is It is to her we all All of our truly great men proudly with troubles and through her ssiy that back of thteir accomplish1 vlst Alare of experience she is able nients stands a I t and counsel so that our Mother is self effacing In the troubles seem a great deal smaller great world about 113 we see many than We first thought Her who have won fame and distinction and sile has lotsof she bears j heruclfand to make light of i i It mother were not so kind and i j considerate and so affectionate and it she were more assert1 j ive her lot would be much i i often mother works her life i without the necessities of i j life order to educate the j and what a reward it must be in her I closing years to be neglected treated indifferently find pass away unappre She gave her all for those she loved and instead of the bread of I thankfulness and the aims of j she gets the icy stone of ingratitude j I and in her declining years to be re garded as a we j j trust this is the not the I Mother In fact nowhere do we see greater We laud j and praise for deeds which are great and but how often do we do j the snine for Her position may not neem but we see that J I it is when we stop and think that she i i is sacrificing her not ail at one i j in a few days or but dnr i ing entire life Hera is often a living un ail taken as a matter of and yet though she may i treated she does not ask j for or expect How I j often the mother is neglected and j taken advantage She must stay j home and work never ii while tiie others are out for In good She is responsible f6r I the the child i runs in her duties are I infinite and she is often at work i long after the others are Aiutlier is often called upon to sur1 mount dlfflciiltleu that any one else I would fail to An example i to illustrate the point and j though it is a dark many j it have An w THE NeverFailing Remedy for Appendicitis Stomach Appendicitis and Kidney Stouts are of ten caused and mislead until those bad Attacks of Call Stone Not one iu ten Gall Stone Suffererslfijows what is the Blarlatts Specific wiH cure without paia or oper RV from HIGINBOTHAM Dni0gi6ts Alberta ONTARIO TORONTO In a certain town in the West this family Tho and father was a j devoid of selfish j j i lie insisted on a of for and demanded that lie be waited also that i everything he ready on in abort he was as disagreeable as it is j possible to end his wife had i to constitute a Kluve so keep j him and the being forced to i do most menial work iu order to I accomplish If Hie children were no matter weary were all the work of nursing und IooUnK after them fell on Hho never had a vacation or such things to her mver oicur He bought uiivriiing Her clothes were always worn thread while he ivas dressed in lino and kcjjt bv The Making of a A man who looms large in Canadian Political Life strolled over to the cigar stand in the Chateau and asked for Noblemen He got A western rancher pulled up his horse in front of the Royal Cafe in Yellow and asked for Noblemen He got A Commercial staying overnight at the Royal George in asked for Noblemen He got A lacrosse fan entering the grand stand asked for Noblemen He got And every man got the same blend of Whether you buy it in the East or an environment of mahogany fittings or of general a mellowed with is satisfyingly rich and friendly to the S a a cigar is its own You like or you dont like it but differ from all others the Davis blend that suits you and you can always duplicate the There no varia One Noblemen cigar is like every other There is no choice between two unopened boxes of Promoter You KNOW what you get on a repeat The secret of this uniformity is in the Davis factory and in the exact mofhods that are maintained on its many acres of floor Let us take a mental tour of the Davis at the foot of Mount stands the widewindowed home of Davis The fresh air blows straight across the but to make assurance doubly it is forced through pure water and washed before it enters the t ID you ever stop to think that the cleanliness of the skilled ship of contented employees and the almost unending supervision and inspection of leaf and finished enter vitally into your enjoyment of the Havana weed On this Vest bales upon bales of selected leaf are arriving from Sumatra and other proven cigar The moistened so that it can be handled without is freed of eVery particle of the bitter centre The leaves are sorted and graded so conscientiously that the top leaf in a bundle is an exact index of the whole for the leisurely process in Davis Six nine a rule here is to take all the time Thorough curing means body brought out a mild a satisfying You can readily see what this long process when it is stated that the Davis investment in leaf being cured is never less than Every Davis Cigar is made by skilled Twenty foremen and inspectors check up every detail and every process before Davis Cigars are finally packed and sent to the Humidor for the final seasoning in the before the boxes are sealed in wax the last protection that ensures Davis Cigars reaching the tobacconist or the country store in prime Infinite care is the price of It is this infinite care that force and substance to the most sterling recommendation known to the Canadian cigar trade and the a DAVIS A Few of the Davis Full of mellow 15 Promoter and j Both mild enough for allday smoke 10 Grand of fine aroma 3 for 25 i La Made to suit the Western taste 15 Davit from East to West as an afterdinner 10 409W DAVIS 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