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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. SrCPTEMHftK 7, the lf/riifininfU'i daii.y humahi page nine The Listening Post Of Intcrent to Vc.tcr.-inn. Conducted hy H. P. Mnttdiaon. A CRIPPLE FOR THREE YEARS I nolfcod vrllh fiojiHiiloriililo plflan-lire, lliat. tlm Mnyor mill Conm-ll of CiilRflry live 'iitlit IoiiIiik tin- i;ov>. .� j:upj>* ! lOawon tlial wieoi tlm: nndcrtaKlu^ was Riven our only Ihour.iit of w.irj wan ;.n Indian li-fii- or two. or .1 ; "innll : i rap In some mil of tin way I oortion of the r.lohe j There \va, no ilioiir.ii; of; i WOrld-Wide -M.'P in wllirll lile whole �fforts of th" i-!.nut t \ would he train--d to the utmost. I Hut, from tin- Veteran's point of � .-iew, t!le |)||; tllliu: is the Iniyliil*, 11)1 \ if larce traels of land In tills conn- I :ry whli-h shoui.l. In i nnitniMi deeeney, j .if* :-nveil for tie- men . i:i.� Canadian \n:iy. It !�-. ailiiutt. �! that there i . to Mop the ni.ilti r r.o ini? any further, and it i- up in the miiiilclnnllili.....; the -oiulle-iu half of the provile e to re' liu'v without titty lo"*f of time and petition tip' i;m-  nniii'iii to h.-ir ;iin more 'lie...  ''opie rollliU", into ( IlulpUm In tied With Kheumstjim Until He Took "FRUIT-A-TIVES". "DRY" LAW FOR U. S. A STEP NEARER NOW Wilson Orders Hecr Totally Dry After Next Stopped-iMav 1 MR. ALEXANDER UUNRO 11.11. No. 1, I.ornn, Ont. 'Tor over llnee yviir?., 1 was ro/iliiieil to bnd with A'/iru�nt/i\w. During that time, J hail treatment from w number of iVvtors, anil trieil neiiily everrl hin^ I m�w a'lvrrt iseil to i-ure I'.hei-.iiKitism, v.'itliotit reeeiviug any 1." unfit, I'inally, I flei'lilod 1o ; ry 'I- mil a-live.s". I'.elore 1 had iise,| balf a Uox, 1 nutieeil an improvement ; the |,.iin was Tint, mi severe, and the .mm Ihoy .stat I'"I to ; donn. / , i>t:t:nitr for ^.'.H, trial -i/.e At ,iU iIchIi.ts or .sent postpaid on receipt oi jirieii by J-'ruil-n-livej LimitfiJ, Ottawa. Washington, Kept. TN'ul Ion-wide prohihitioii wan hioucln ;i .step nearer, lis Hie result of Die adoption by the .senate hint nh;hl of the emernnney iiKrleiiltitml appropri.-ition hill vlth Uh "dry" legislative rider and an ;iu-nouneeuient by the foo-l adinliiiKlra-tlon thai I'resliienl U'll-on would his wartime authority In prohibit the manufacture of beer after next liereinber 1 I'nil'-i- tile le);i:-.!al ion enacteil by the Rf'iinte the mannfaelure of both beer and wine would be prohibited after next .May. until the Am'-ricui I roups are demobilized afti�: the war and the sab* of till hitoxiiati's for heveruko purposes would he prohibited after July 1. With 1'iesiilenl Wilson's, order stopping the mauuluoiure of beer after Deertnlier 1. -.vine will he the only inlnxloailiiK lii|uor wh'eh can be manufactured in the I'nited Slates after that date; the dislilHnjr of whiskey haviiin le-eii p.-oliibilei) last y ar a , I purpose of ' government 1 Vorli'::. the, j citizens ot I heir eji v is fori" Ot |;ov enniparis l.ellihl-ii,'; he is n- ;i.-,\ "ioi-Iv *inel-||ed ! in tin tit. a i th" sod eal im;  fair. two New Hie I'll I' Commiinlcat.loiis -. Hliltit hoar the wrlturs. APOLOGY TO Editor Herald: Dear Sir. - I v. 11 Rpnco In ivljjel) h, Wnbstnr for havi,:-vIowh on local i-o-. jiubllc. In bin h t recent Ihmuc* of He vlsnd that. I have i� IIiir for it dfcadi oi Hi*, is nsUed not to i on tliIh niattor too are nil Invited ii, liiihlltlied In He Post, of Aui;uhI :! tlciilarly the last ; benefit of Ihe pi i have an onportuv ispecial KCin of ii,.. liter should bav. e explained how 1c it. into his line i innlter under �1 i�- ness In heillR Unii tentlon in tliisi mat KUlt. of iny Hip V-loiiK, hut if it is hi (IiIh off as an I'h-r thi/ li'r;,,|in" iKIlil1 in 'I'l of tho MR. V7EBSTER Hi: food 'iv.ition ini-asure ENOl 10 FORCE PEACE BC- how e a." rivi the few that managed to d the time of the li\ Tin lloth Tw menu called for  oh Veteran. uiiliK iind tender two One rhickeps roa s-t ed. Tfimmlf". op leave, came out of Se|frii|;;r>V. the other day. One wore hills, and the other hadn't hnuiiht ,-iiiyHiliur. either. Pres.dent l.onr.worlh and tip* Secretary of the (i. W. Y. A .| the Nex; of Kin Afisociatiou at tlieir lemilar nn-etliiK on Motiday but. They were accorded a very warm re-cep'ioo hv I he ladies. The . ecretarv e peci.llh Will Comrades fllnton ('.arrison. Win. Ituiitinit. and No. '�>.'.!"'.. Sinitb, plea- club ret in touch with me at i this an,id.c question next - e.'k I have co-.uillen ! llTe \va band � here on I one iiiiii- husl �ii l! on tin cili i on): of v. Monday la-was'.' Sui u ill a tit hor .-.I I wonder � h" Mrs. Veteran, aim lo be IT, .outld of butter to hrilii" back The flrcat War Vet, Hon are ureatly indebti .ens of Card ten and -plemlid day on Motnla; ."'.ills' A-socla-d to the I'iti-di'itict lor a - hot I' v, as ioo had that the pt Ihe I'ollowliiK teU'Kl'am to the HrltUh ininistry of Infortnatlon on the occasion of ihe anniversary of the battle of llm Miirno: "I itiu rejoicod to laiow that llm American army by their splendid achieve incuts in the last thee months have oMnhllsdied their rlKht fully lo participate in tiki) Klory which ever must Im associated with the Manic, by iva son of the victories of l!tl I and l'.HN." Viscount French also seal it ulinlhu telegram to Paris CDiiKiatulatlug the Kreticli army. Amsterdam. Sept. 7. -In the course | of a debate on franchise, reform in the I Prussian uppe." house yesterday, llcir Fri'iilberii. vice pi'csiiletit of the Plus-'. sian stale ministry, said that the kov-' crnnieiit respected the sentiments which had found expression and. � therefore, were st.-iviui; for an under-siauilliiK which, iiowever, uiitst not [ iiI'lit-t wilh the ideas of the emperor's nie.ssup.i* of July H. P.H7. i lie said he did not believe tho neci's-'s.i'-y outcome to Hie extension of life ; franchise would lie p.irliameptarlza-jliou of the ;".o*.'erimi>>n! The appointment of ministers was the privilege of Ihe i row n, he declared, and wuulii re- � main so. HqiniMP llio juice of two letnons Into n bollle rontainiiiK three ounces ot" ilri'liard Wlillo, sluihe well, nn-l you have a nunrier pint of the best fieelilo, Miiibinii and tan lotion, mid complex :on hcautlfler, at very, very small cost. Your Kroecr has Hp. lemons ami imy ilniir slore or lollet counter will suje ply three ounces of ilicliui'd While for it fow cents. Masnai;e this swcclly fragrant lotion bilo the face, neck, arms itml hands each day and see how' freckles, nlinliiii'n, wlndhiirii nml tan I disappear and bow clear, soft nnd I white tint Hliiu he.coinOH. You! it la I harmless. I AM. FIELD ARMY Washington, Sept. 7 -OiKanUtitiou of the firiil Aniiirican field ariny In Franco is iiroHies.slnj! so rapidly that lien. March lold liiembors of the senate military commit I im today Hint nearly I'fi per cent of the Aiilerlraii I loops hrlKudcil with (lie lliitish ami French have been withdrawn and are hemp, assembled at a point ho did not dcHiKiiale. This accounts for the small number of Americans riikukimI In the presold forward muveuicnt. of the allies. It v. Hr. Sirachan, formerly pastor of Itoseilale Presbyterian I'hurch. Toronto, has he.m placed in charge of the welfare work of ihe Imperial Oil Co. al a salary of $ l Un.l.... I '. M^l-r ! "�! C. II ll-.i.n, vi I Pr, \\ I" IIi.k'.i . .si, J.a.n. s IS Mr 1 (i. I-iii''.'i l.lini.ul-1, o" Ml. J J Ir.U;. SuiWJCi.'n, sj*� Ht. J II " ( , I U.M.i, 11 i i i KRV, is a call reaching Canada NOW. It comes from the bloody fields of Trance; from the lips of our loved oncsuOvcrThere." It is to YOU-to every big-hearted, loyal Canadian in every rank of our greatN ation. Tho pick of our man-hood, the pride of our hearts,;ire NOW. this minute, enduring ail the '.in^uish of a man-made hell. They are wounded, bleeding, dying that YOU miejit live. They have fought, suffered, given all, feeling that every heart they left hehiiul would gladly come to their rescue to comfort and relieve the agonies of their illustrious sacrifice. We are carrying to you. from out the awful abyss of battle, their plea for YOUR support, YOUR encouragement, YOUR assistance. By circulars, by announcement**, by personal solicitations durng the week of September 15th to 23rd, we are bringing to you their appeal for help which they so badly need. We know thai YOUR response will be fully worthy of the loyal hearts for whom our heroes fight. r September jjgj *s, -->..l �.'f -"", yl ilUlll KrtlCMTS - Or - COLUMBUS r Hut Appeal Jth;::Jlu:j;i^ Dominion Wide \k i? W The call 'Wc have nfllr.i around the fUii} wiihconiplctcf'.ill-uci>? of ilcvolion, wilh loyal licarti anil stuidy arnu. ready to place all that wc have and all that wo arc al the service of our Country. Will YOU help us carry on the worki" THAT IS THE CALL FROM Tllr. OVERSEAS' WORKERS Alt Soldiers Welcome O *�oiniiofliiii]rjn5B^ 971401 ;