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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VVKDNRSPA'Y, OirrOHKIi z. I'.HN 1 lmmnLiii JUALU PAGE NINE ------t ? : : ; : ? �> * * > % : : :  (By Charles Hanson Tone in "Harper's Magazine.") How will it sKim when Peace comes back once more. AftiT these desperate days of shat.- �' ti.-riiiK pain'.' How will II I"' with nil of us Again, Whon hushed forever is thn thunder 1 of War? I There mi III are primroses by many a .-shore; ' | And ntill there bloom, in many a lovely lam.'. Hawthorn and lilacs;'and the roses' stain I* red iiKalnst full many a Rarden door. Oil. days to lie! Oh, honeyed nights of sloop, When the white moon shall mount the quiet sky! Phall we ho wholly happy when buds we op, HomiMiiborlnR those who dared to blend and die'.' Can wo he /-lad iijrnin? Or shall we weep For those who told this sad, Rind world Rood-bye?  *    * PERSONAL    Mr.". Mary McC'roady. who has been visit Ink the past four months In Toronto and Vancouver, returned to the city yesterday. Mr. .]. W. UiiKgcrty, of the Imperial Oil Company, accompanied by Mis. llagcerty and family, left yesterday to take up their permanent residence In Calvary. Mm. W. I, Hamilton, president of the Central W.C.T.l'.. left last even-Inir lo attend the sixth annual convention of the Alberta W.C.T.T. helm; held in Calvary on Wednesday, Tliurs day and Friday of this week. �  * Mrs. .las. Long has returned to the city nfter visiting for two months a* Ite.l Deer and High River. t *  Mr. and .Mrs. Robert. Donald accompanied by Miss Kllzabeth and Miss Alice, left on Monday for an extended trip to Vancouver, Victoria and So at tie.    Mrs. fioldie. of Xorth LothbildKo, secretary or the Willard W.C.T.I". left yesterday to attend the annual convention of the Alberta Women's Christian Temperance I,'�foi> in Calgary.   * Mr. T. L Shepherd has returned from Ciliary, whom he was success fill in passitiR his military exnmina-t ions.  0  Mr. Mohsop, of Toronto, special representative of the Canada Food board, Is In Calgary In connection Willi the enforcement of the regulations. �   Friends of Miss Ashton will regret to hear of her illness In the hospital.    Mrs Donald Macueil of ("oalhtirst, has returned homo alter spending three months visi'.ViK M'iends and relatives in Nova Scotia. Homon, Providence and western cities. Word has been received from ling-land that (liiliner Douglas (lender.on who left with 'lie i.it haitery from I.ethbridge, and who w.i ' invalided Kngland early la-t spring, has eiilisl ed in one of tlic two Canadian batter J"s which have been formed In Fng land of returned men lo leave for Si beria. They have expectations of go i itlg over to Siberia by way of Canada instead of India. Special uniforms I instead of In �>>:>>�*? o The Kindergarten at. Central school ia closed, owing to the Iflness of Miss Ashtott. I'arents will lie notified through the pross of its re opening.  * � Following is the program of the re cltal to be given In the Y.M.C.A. auditorium Monday night at S. by Mr Manner: l'lano numbers: Impromptu. Opus ,\'o. '1-Franz Schubert; l/irlcs-pnr-Robert Oebme; Solfeggietto-- l'h. K. Bach; Romance in V sharp, major. Opus i'^-Schumann; Nocturne O Minor. Opus 37-I'hopln; Herceuse (i flat major-Henselt. Vocal: Mary of Argyle--Nelson; Sally iu Our A) ley - Carey; Annie l/mrle Scott; All, 1 have Sighed --Verdi. Miss* Simm has sented to sing. Our Two of pie. Mr vieve 'I'oollll on Saturday SAHHY Magrath Magralb'i, p.. .lames Han"; ' IllOtnl' veninu I'l ii i > rre-p Kit Hide by I'.l.ihop Oreen. They r the wee sma' hour a i: .1 ! a happy crowd am] -n-rcii: 1 Sabey leaves on Tue day l' t, Hiry autliorilies to r--i�-n-d. Mr. >r I'algary. y the mili-lor duty in willing us life. i $ Spurt 'LESS SWEATERS AND MORE LETTERS" There I? no more constant that you write, in Franc", says Oil' 11! I w t i t � W I n i: -Lady John to Hen Me kindly con- ing that needs til ill 111'! plea lo your soldier Stidr.er writing : Ilill't.U.ilH1. lie cr  The St. John's Ambulance brigade i overseas are asked lo meet tonight at i S o'clock at the borne of Miss llawden ' lufia -1th Ave. S. I'lease bring paper ] and pencil.  Mrs. Rosewarn's section of the R. 1 bekahs will meet, with the evocu'iv at. her home, r.OS "ith Av�. South Thursday night at s o'clock. -mi' � 111.)! 1 who  and !i"l I' tine's Mrs. Carter's section of the itebe. kahs will meet with M.-.-. Reed, l.'UJ Ith AM'. North, at S o'clock Thursday night. fnun Frane.-#|n (i.;iie would rather hav h or cigarettes, or j.re as much as he lev mat' rial things. God [itly the cai>\ ter or father or tre ; inc. to take the f.in sacriiice that is (; letter at least 'three tile lad who is Willi!.ir to s nil. if need bo, that tl...... a: live III peace fri."' Loin th the Hun! "Less swimI'" And more |.!''�,-" might very wrll 1.- : folks here �t lien would protit mo:.- i both In their bodie souls. A cen.-or frii-s-� me one day: "If you > when you mi iiome of America to write write lo then- hoys, d heart. You  '."ild do ,i, j 10 the bo\ .i i han thai 'I hav.......-n l'n>-' nfl'e �'mi; wounds ('I every ilesc|-i|itinll," :-'lldg"i'. "I saw lliem lying in pitals with broken bin k- I have them with blmd"d e\ie 1 have these :her or -is-I i. Ill will make the mpply a a week M arriflce bis llotne iiijv i.' horror of  motto of the . lor tin- bovs th" long rua and in Ihi'lr of nei.e said In  r get a i ham e II.".-" t!l" people and write it with ull II b.-lter s' Speeding em up on The hust way to gut (he most work out of (he "human undine" is to give it tlic food that has the most energy in it. Of all foods, certainly this means FRY'S COCOA -the great food heverage that is all delicious nourishment. If you have to work harder these days, try a regular course of FRY'S. You will need less of other and more expensive foods. There is concentrated strength for muscle and brain in every single cup. Truest economy-use FRY'S ^IJP*i|Sic I rait- naturally. What a �ense ot soothing relief soon follows I Kxternal aches, stiffness, soreness, cramped muscles, strained sinews, back "cricks"-those ailments can't fght off the relieving qualities of Sloan's Liniment. Clean, convenient, economical. Made in Canada. Ask any druggist for it. Sloan^ Li n iTT\Cnt Kills Pain without a single cry. 1 have seen them gassed and I have seen them shot ;o piece, with sh'-ll shock, and yet tho worst fullering 1 have seen In Crance has been on the pari of hoys whose tulks bach home have neglected tli'in; boys who day after day hud seen tho other fellows get their letters regularly; boys who had gone with hope In their hearts time after time for letters, and then had lost hope. This Is real suffering, sufferint: that does more to knock the morale out of a lad I nan anything that I know In l'rauce." SET HOSPITAL ON FIRE With the American Army Northwest of Verdun. Sept. ;iu - Herman j counter attacks against the advancing Americans were frciiuent late yesterday. Kneniy resistance was purlieu- i larly evident in the vicinity of Uxor-' moat and (Merges, I Just tiefore midnight It was report- j ed that the (lermans had shelled the , American lb Id hospital a! Hottiin- j court and had set It on tire. j Van C.imo. .light, during mi this P'-cted to g The -liainei ran a-.|iore la-t isi ns'i; s on bo iv I, ir. was not tio.i.'e ! tide, bllt it is ex id'' ibis afternoon, were taken oti .lo-' -ity l'.ri nie.i. ilicii-long laddej-i bet.ug n.-ed In give ai ' e ^ iii tin- shore of Stanley Park. The crew Is staying on the ship, whlrii .s urn in any danger. Whin the I'.ig lifted partially this morning, il was seen that the tug Kildonan had gone on ihe rocks near the Camnsuii :ome tune during the niitbt. The tug was not badly damaged. ��mver . i) t mi, with b with ;.". jus a d. :.. �� I"! mo. aiug her The p.c.-i ngcrs morning by lhe i aw aid It \wi� li.iiidler-i that It is pui on 111 not clean n i niact iv ilie men liVe 111)1 11 tho: award which tin- freight li'i  HI ly struck for Now granted a different face is e ill->pute, but everything is d up. The award was made e only to Sep.. I, wlie-routi ire ai-killg that it be retroac Mav 1st. Recognition of the union is another I matter of difference between the coin- ALL DIFFERENCES NOT YET SETTLED Sinking Freight Handlers Receive Award Only From 1st of .September IS GROSS, FEVERISH, If Tongue Is Coated, Breath Bad, Stomach Sour, Clean Liver, and Bowels. Give "California Syrup of I'ig*" at once,-it tciiHiioonfiil today often stives a nick child tomorrow. If your little one is outof-aorts, half-gie.lc, b.u't resting, eating and acting naturally- Took, Mother! see if tongue 1h routed. This Ik it sure, sign that Ita little Htomucli, liver and bowels lire clogged with waste, When cross, irritable, feverish, stomach sour, breath bad or lias stomach-ache, diarrhoea, sore tin oat, full of cold, give a tea-spoonful of "California Syrup of l'Mgs," and t� ti few hours all tho constipated poison, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of Its little bowels without griping, and you have a well, plnyrul child again. Mothers can rest easy after giving this harmless "fruit laxative,'' because it nover fails to cleanse the Utile ono's liver and bowels and sweeten tho stomach and they dearly lovo ita l>IoiiHuiit taste. Full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-uiis printed on each bottle. Hocnre of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for u. flO-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs"; then sou that it Is mad* !?r the "California Fig Syruu C();Ogj,wr."u-4.dvii^Ut?^o�t. ON CARDSTON LINE P. It. Announces That New Car on Way FrcijrlU Will Cany Mail Aiii.ouiiii'iiieiii was made at the general offices of the CP.It. this morning that tlie accommodation cur being placed on the Cardston way-freight will handle mail In future. As this car will go down on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays Cardston will ugaln have a dally mail. The way freight usually reaches Cardston about six o'clock In the evening. This may be too late for the distribution of the mail on the day of Its arrival but It will he available first thing the following morning, so that letters may be answered in time to catch the regular mail coming out tlie next day at noon. Cardston people will now gel their daily papers daily instead of two at a lime. Tho service will be considerably boiler in tlie other towns, along the line. From what the Herald can learn tho people on Ihe Cardston branch are not going to be satisfied'with anything less than the dally reguliCr passenger, but tho new arraiigoniont will ho considerable of an improvement ovor the idiiM l>ut. fciW effect on Aug. IS .lust what will happen iu connection with tile dispute between the freight handlers, baggage checkeis and yard Kirkby's Special For Thursday PLAIN BUNS Regular 25c per dozen THURSDAY tilled. Whether tho union In othot cities will demand the dismissal �>: the new employees and tho reinstate inent of the old Is a question, and i: s'riUe may yet -esult heforo a cettlo men', is reached. .Some of th" men who went on strike here will have their monthly i-alarli>! leilnceil Others will receive a con slderable im reuse. Section men will recive a fairly large lncrcn.-e. 1 fflar.nti & ftiarlt panoa "FROM FACTORY TO HOME" ECONOMY MEANS BUYING THINGS WORTH WHILE Poor quality means waste-yet many people buy inferior pianos who are too thrifty to buy clothing, utensils, or machinery of poor quality. Kvcry day our stores provo that we sell top quality pianos for loss money thnn Is oftan paid for indUforcnt Instruments. Our "Factory to Himiu" i.ystem SAVES. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDQK per dozen .Made in accordance with the regulations of tho Canada Food Hoard. Kirkby & Co. 606 3rd AVE. SOUTH Caiud.i Food Board Llccnie Number 5-23B6 PHONE 1027 I Undertaking j' IMPROVED METHODS nro adopted by us as soon ns their value it firmly established, la Ik* performance qI our duties us Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers All modern aids approved by .seionct* or good taato are in ui�, mid wo bavo no hesitation in claiming that � Man give the bMt service at tho'most reasonable coat. OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM IN SOUTHERN Jkv.BERTA. WE MANUFACTURE CA8KET3 334 8IXTH 8TREET 8. T. S. Fetterly PHONE 811 ;