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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD page SEVEjH Mayor Hardie Replies to President Marnoch Tlio following luUor from Mayor Hunlki (,() j'TCBlilonl .M;irnocli him lioRii liniidud to Tim Jioriilcl for iiiib-llciiHoii:' iMayoi-'fl OfrlfiO, May I'OJOIH. O. R. Miirnorh, iJHu., ri'cslilnjit of lliii lioiirtl ot TrnOo, L()Uihrlili;c, AMnTtu. My Dear Mr. MnruDch. KiiowluK ua I ilo thiit your bo ciiUuil hil.(!i-vicwK in l!io l,(.'llil)rl(l(!c Dally UoriiUl aro carol'iilly oonipHuil ,rm,oun Kcscrve Ptiiid - - I'J.OtlO.OOO Rf.ioiirc lo repeat Iho cause which iiitluii) ::a-i nullified theno inestimable adv.iur.iKes. it is high time our win- rihinci anil war office found out hnw i.) bring this superiority of resouiT s m hear upon tho field of action. "Au admlnistratiun or tlic liigheRl order is needed lo luut ilic tide. Tho military situation al.i deinands a mastery of stralo',. ami uictics to change the face of aii.iiri-, in France." SerloiisncsE of Menace, Till' 'I'inics refers to the (lerman offensive as Increasingly formidable and after discussing tho S'M'lousncss of ilio menace, it polnt.s to tlie fine spirit in whleh the I'Vencb are meeting the enemy's blows. They recall, says the newspaper, that they liave lived through far darker days and in the end liave invariably defeated the' iiivader.i. The loss of Soissons was announced at loo late an Jiour to (level-op miu'li coiiiincnt in the morning iiev.-.vpiipi'r.i. "The lo.ss In itself." says The 'I'imes. "is not of great Impni-tauei.', but the enemy is now on the higli ! road which passes tlirough Villen-i. ('iillerot:; about forty five miles from I'lUiK." On tlie other Ii.'iiiil. in an article written before the abaudiiiinient of Siils.-oii.; u:iH antiouiiced, The ('hroii-icle sa;,!-:; '"J'lie Id.^.h of Solssoiis would have la Ktraiegb; conseiiuence as its irans-foreiiee lo the flerniaiis would iii-i'rea;',." the advan'age they have over tleiieral l''och in respect of facilities for sblftiUK the weiglit of their blow from one siil>- to Ihr: other." h'iejil .Mnr.-ilml llalg's .-iilcnce re-gardiug the oiieratIons on the Aisne front wliicli iias been remarked In some iiu;;iiurs as i-ilrange. is explained by the Daily Mail as In line with tlie precedi'nis established by the i'Vencli commander. As tlio French staff, the newspaper points out, did noi, record ihe. events in tlie recent KiaiidiM-s fightnig in which tlio French Iroopii v.-O'.-e fewer than the Hiitish, so the Dritisli now n.'fralii from touching on the present ojierations in the Aisne area, as the Hritisli Iriioijs are in the minority on this front. have failed to seo any great resultH \ outside of -Mr. Bradshaw's appoint- \ ment. I wish such a bureau wore in | Letlibridgc that would see that fair; compensation were accorded tliose ! who looked after its finance. ' You are wremgly informed when ; you say "it has been wisely decreed i by the Alberta l..eglelature (hat tax | sales must from now onward be held \ rogularly. It was expected the Gov-ernnient would bring down a bill on � tax enforcement at the last session ; of the Legislature but the influence j was too strong against if. Your re- i mark was a surprise to me so 1 had | -Mr. IJall phone the .Mtorney General's office today for exact information. I would awfully like to go on, but as 1 Intend to hand a copy of this to i the iirrss for publication, I must consider the newspaper space it will occupy. Y'ours very truly, W. U. L. HAHDIE. .Mayor. j|\ All the jars and bumps 6! walking That a pavement often deals. Lose themselves in easy comfort. When you walk on --"Cat's Paw" He^s, Miserable Corns-How to Cind them Touchy corns tnake thousands suffer-on pleasure trips - in business- at home - everywhere. Until they once try Blue-jay. Then they are corn-free forever. Painful corns are utterly needless. Science has brought relief. The medicated spot ot wa:f on a Blue-jay Plaster stops pain iii-stantly. Then in 48 hours the corn painlessly comes out. Harsh liquids are dangerous and messy. Paring may bring infection. Blue=jay For Corns No corn can resist Blu*-jay. Yet this way is most gentle. TTie chetuist of a concern known the world over for its surgical dressings discovered Blue-jay. He studied corns for 25 years. So with Science's way at your command, no touchy corn need ever bother you again. Blue-jay' Plasters arc sold everywhere at drug stores for 25 cents per package. Buy a package now. End your corn at once and nfver let one pain again. StopM Pain Inttanlly End* Corns Completely Moo Blue-jay Bunion Platteri BAUER & BLACK, Umit�U tlitWi ol S.r,ic.l Drew,,. Chicao Toronto New York Large package .25c at Druggists, .^inall package discontinued. ASK FOR PAW �C^l'iPuw" Szrlci No. 13-Watch f,r No. H. mm. wmmm ,1'"; LU ER DIRECT FROM OUR MILLS AT WHOLESALE MILL PRICES You cannot afford to build until you get our prices delivered at your station on lumber in car lots. Lumber, lath, shingles,' and a full line of building supplies sold direct to consumers at mill prices. Club orders invoiced separately. Send us your bill of material reciuired and let ua give you our estimate of cost delivered, at your station. BROOKS LUMBER CO. Ask any traveller what him fit while "on ENO' FRUIT SAU TIRE REPAIR STATION "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We have opened a new and up-to-date Tire Repair Station equipped with the latest n^achinery and are now in a position to do all kinds of Tire Repairs. We would appreciate your patronage. jf^Il work guaranteed. , We make a specialty of Retreading and Reliving. Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug, gists, Grocers and Gcnerul Storcibt PURPLE SPRINGS, ALBERTA Letkbridge Tire & Repair Statioii^, ' ' F, B. McKiNNON, PROPRIITOR 305 SIXTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Service and Satisfaction in Automobile Repairing and Having the Goods is placing us ahead in the garage business. We employ only first class meohaniCH, will, years of experience on all hiakes of automobiles, \vho with our guarantee ot satisfaction assure you of perfect workmanship. Drop in and look over our stock of tires. before Ihe jirice advancos, Dominion. Goodyear, Dunlop and Marathon, in all sizes, both fabrics and cords; also our complete Hue of accessories. STANDARD GARAGE VELIE DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALt ERTA. THIRD ST. S. A BEAL PLAGE AND FOR SALE 800 acres, two and one half miles from station. Best of soil. Rolling but steam plow. All fenced. / 120 acres seeded to oals. Rental basis pf % to tenant, 200 acres In flax. Holonging to farm. 430 acres summerfallow. No buildings. Price and terms are right. THE 0. T. PHONE 1865 LETHBRIDGE, ALBBRTA 13i-M lOO Steady Work Apply Gait Mines Lethbridge 86 4 01???1645?851?195479?06???731658???351977303?467?0676788?16085822997658????4 3481 ;