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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. THE LE1HBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SBVEN Bovril keeps the Food HSH0 Makeallyoursoupsandstewsmore D111SI UifWII -nourishing with Bovril. It takes a joint of make a bottle of B6vril. The body- Kuildinppower of Boyril is from ten to twenty times the'-liken. -Bovril means more With The 39th Battery in France HOTELMBN DON'T WANT TO SELL TO SOLDIERS Ottawa; Sept.: unusual re- onest to railltta department: has Jeen made .by. the hotorkeeners of Hull, the" Quebec city oppoElto. to Ot- tawa. nqt Invllo the pat- ask .that tholr city be placed out of bounds tor men in uniform... The Ottawa ;bars "now close at '8 o'clock and -Inside a fortnight they permanently.: There are pilgrimages to Hull, whose hoteto arc open, and many of the pat- rons are soldiers. Disorders havu re- peatedly occurred. The Hull hotel men figure that when Ottawa closes its bars they will have more business than they can take care ot, so sol- dlore' patronage can bo eliminated. Mosquitoes almost ate. alive two girls and a man marooned eight hours on a small Passicac river Island, after their canoe upset sear I'ino Brook, N. J. Co-operative Saving !s facilitated and en- by the open- Ing of. a Joint Savings _---------------- Account in the names of Husband and Wife, Father and Brother and Sister, or any two or more members of the family can deposit or withdraw money at will, and .the Interest accrues to the credit of both. Ask the Manager for full particulars. OF CANADA Branch Grassv Luke Brunch G. -K.. Tinning; Manager H. E. .SaiulE, Anting Manager THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE y, C. BROWN. S JRESERVE FUND, vBANKING BY MAIL Accounts may'te opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank 'of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same careful- attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business. -Money may te deposited or withdrawn inthis way_as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. LethbrldgerBranch- R. T. Brymrier, Mgr THE STANDARD BANK OF CANAPA HSAD ornce TORONTO EVERY tood Sink h.. RESERVE FUND pro. yuion for IMB ywri tie wtyiUble may d.y Thii Fund been .ceuaulilcd from Surplui ind u lource oi and Everyone .hould hive ft RESERVE FUND. Without It one II m Smnoill condition LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G F BLETCHCR, Street N _______0 Ogilvie's ROYAL HOUSEHOLD Flour has won its way 'to the, front Toiiy H is recognized by His Majesty King His Critical and Fastidious Hijlmess, Public V Ion as Canada's Best Flow Canadian High-giade the World's, Standpd WESTERN MERCANTILE CO I 8AM SADOWSKI, PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN This folio wingsmipny Idler from Corp. Fred Downer, ut Hit! Hat- .nis-hninmui iiuic iiiy vivid deseriptloss of what life 111 tlie'artillery at lliu front moans. vldontly Hie IjoyK-aro getting a uolies life hut It seems to ;ree thorn. Kred Luck I B'dve been up tlie line f.vlce siuce j wrote 1 .-mi Boin? uji on an i 'erage ol twice a now. Last riday nlBlil 1 went mi wllli 151! ilinila of aiiiiiiuiiition, two loads, Hie S. wagons and wilier cart: Ircllisvo a It miru was lii'l. the spot where our Iiorscs stooil afler e pulled Kilo tlio open lo unload, 10 JOtli Battery wagons panic uu alul ne ot their horses was uliol in ttie wit. Luek! has a nmcliine gun looking ir us every niyhl and it is the wor'il Mling of the lot lor you can hear i going oil in quick sin-cessions, then' on hear a gentle purring sound as ley liy your liean. So far, we ave all been lucky. That night tile lajor gave me orders lo set out, and alk about we sure made [or tome. As we were trotting oul of iur position the lior-sos over llic j .races and there was a blockade on he. road, but wo never any of "rllz's lead. Ho gels real nasty some iglils. They say Friday was the vorsl for a couple of months. H cer- tainly is a long ride to the: and jack, but we are waiting for -winter; .hen it will he fierce. Going Up Front I take something uu to "Reel" Mor- ris every night I to nv, he is liitYliij; a good time and looks tine, hut we i lave one punk position, for the linns I lave the machine .guns looking for1 is every night and then the darn snipers taku a crack. Talk about noise, H is bad enough up at Uic horse lines, but uu there it is hard to talk to each other. I was Monday night, and talk about a time; the wiuf-r cart, got in the ditch at and if it had not been for some of the infantry boys i we would have been there lor some time, and it is considered to be the worst spot on the road- ft was (juiel Monday night; coming back there was a working party on the right side of the road and a long transport passing ns on the left, and just as my tiiorse was near tlic men, one of them threw a piece cf tin on the ground and my steed Ehied iuto transport, catching my left leg against me of the hubs of the transport jon and giving it a' good knock, but by the time 1 got back to camp it was nearly better; it only left me with a bruise. A Gas Alarm Tuesday night the gast alert alarm ;ame about 11 o'clock and we had to get up and stand to for a couple of hours. 1 did not get to bed as 1 am the only one in the camp nnder: ot.aids gas. but. 1 do not think we will ever get it hero. Tho only thing wo will get is tear gas, which Is sent over in shells. It will hang around the air for hours and we arc sup- plied with goggles for It. Tho lev gas makes your nose sore. Quite a. m gas ma number of horses gassed up at me of the men.; ai riignt Are you not a Bond Investor? then start with Canadian War Loan If you are a bond investor, you appreciate'the simplicity, of buying, of holding, or of selling bonds and debentures, and the general convenience of. having your funds so placed. If you are not as yet a bond investor, THE Nf W CANA- DIAN LOAN-Canada's premier security-offers you the oppor- tunity to acquire the desired knowledge of this form of investment. Once you have become the possessor of Dominion War Loan bonds and have become familiar with the form of security and the convenience of detaching and cashing your semi-annual interest coupons, you will be seeking-without a doubt-other bond invest, ments Then it is you will value having selected a investment house-from whom you will obtain sound advice and securities suitable to your needs, and whose distributing orgamzation provides wide markets for the resale of your securities; You are invited to use the facilities of this organization and secure the benefits from our experience of years in attending to investments of a broad field of institutions 'and private with whom SAFETY, MARKETABILITY AND AMPLE INCOME RETURN have been the essential requirements the line ancl boys that got a smell of it. Gas is about tlio worst, weapon' of uarfaie foi USB chlorine" 'ind uhosphinc. Chlorine affects the .UP-1 per part of the lung und the tube iii tlie throat; phospliine affects the lower part of this lung and is slow iii working, usually a man will Ijve miiy be six mouths before lie is1 all lu. The drivers are all supplied with helmets and goggles; .-the gun- ners two helmets anil Oosglec- i also i towei bov ic pmtoi foi mo in the attacks tht> ATQ fiiil> 1 heavy and the respirator is in a haversack strapped around tlie neck they are similar to the kind-the-fire men .use. Jack Lombard that came .over, ft'lUi 39th diaft here the other day and he Is- trying-to .-.get transferred to the can. Lieut. Naismith -Shocked Andy -Naisiuith is out at the horse lines now: lie is suneriiig trpiu slisH shock A sliell knocked him head i hecis ii iho In- curlies when he was making observations H unmj mid ill u i u t, a shack; it is SxltixS leet liigh with a shntnife toof untie of GpiniGited iron. We :i dooi', arid it is goin? to lie uliLii it ir (inlEheil niiKm-, n bed wit! sacks loi i uu'r trosa and getting a table, so when the winter comes on we will be O.K Grandad sent me a ilarcel 'contain ing a cake and nott paper 1 pleased to i ertu G es the cake lior'cs Lcokmg 1 Ime sot thror sftpll }iurses two I us' just so ng up to the Ino al night the othei foi iidiiig to got the ammunition'with aml.-any sniaH Uips bo I in well fixed uo in t) at line. The major of. the -Yets...aame around morning to m spect 0111 lues and ho said that the .URITIES (ORPORATIOH E A- Wocd ,G. A, Morrow Vict-PrnHent J..W. Mcchell J. V W, S. HodfW TWwrw T. H. Andhon AM'! Secretary A; F. Au'.Tra.ur.r C. W. Plains LIMITED. ErabliihxJ HEAD OFFICE: KING STrVEET EAST TORONTO horses were 50 per eent. better tlian when in England and our lines were the cleanest lie hail seen, so tiia: is encouugms for drivers, iJr tjity do'work. Ea'eh driver grooms three Koreas and keeps Ills set ol harness and "addle In. shape. T am going i 1) to the line again tomorrow I: it is a regular circus some nights with tile horses. 'Tjne night., when taliinR the ammunition lo the nils I storied leading one of the leail horses but H "P in llim leading me. The grub we get here is not too had but we are a little shy on bread, onh get two slices. per day, hist 1 do not feel sick or starves! yet; in fact am feeling fine. and had a bath Monday ami sav do enjoy them for the heat is terrible tlieso days hero. The e is a pay parade this after- noon so we Mill seirt oisl ind ,el somsthin- to foi -unpei I think i tin of pme-nplo will lie ill righl All tip bnv- ue m fist class sliil'i- so fai mil II ti "I sunburnt and look 111 e niggerb The finme t oier heie bee Iho drnms one horse iHi one ri-'n in a tluee wheeled cait lie} OJii Inndl the one horse better tlnn nio'st iiQOile the horse does everything the driver GERMANY IN VAIN SAVIOUR Left IP rlsiit Couul Von Moltte First German Chief Major Gsner.l Von Palkenhajn German Chief Staff HlndenVurg, njio succeeds Von Pilkenhajn cKlef ot Me war who retlMd afte- the isnilssed by the Kaiser. German army Marne battle; Marshall Voft KID good teai OSE BLACK WHITE TAN POLISHE Pierre A. Thsy eMcfc Eailesl to their Mat Ulte lamt: ;