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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page four thk r.f/i iimnnr.t, pah/y heimld WKIVNKSDA Y, SKPTKMnKn 18, IJMH - Ubc Xetbbiifcse Ifoci-alfc Xctbbri&oc fliDcita � DAILY AN J WEEKLY IMPRESSIONS THE WAR WORK OF WOMEN Proprietor* and Publlafun. fHB LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-INQ COMPANY, LIMITKC M3 �th Street South, Lethbrldas W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director \/akm Tonanco � - Business Um�(� TSLFPHONE* Bulkiest Office .......... feiltorhl Office ...... Tho war work of women' It is so | wiili' spread ami so astounding i:i I Ureal Britain anil R'am'" that It Is ' difficult tn measure it In I that will lie sufii'elhr.tly get Let nr. hegif) with a visit ilively now city. created si::r : -par: of it is in Scotland �* PICKED UP W �** PASSING "�* TBB BUSY MAN 1151 loo. Jones, n farmer near tlravon-language I hurst. On!., was killed liy 1:it1iiiiIiir. 'Thomas Cumerfoi'd. a tunm'r Koss o an on- | land hotelkeepor. is dead, tli.- war ] �i"il "irt I '~lf'v- (' Hobinsou. of Tiverton. (int. ha? been rnlW'�i to Klein, Manl-in Fmglnnd. so you can guess wacre ] ,nl);l it is. Here in thi� modern commuti- j ity. served with .-very oncvnKnc" . Ytt William IV Johnson, y ounces: , , 1,1 , . �- t,i sen of Crown At'ono'v Johnson. Itrace- and where social weitaro uem to dco. Sparks, nramlon, wan killed In a'.i auto accident, at Alexander, Man. r A. Dunne. Dominion [express ag-en; at Medicine Hat. has been transferred to Falmonton. Members of the Toronto police force are discussing the formation of a uu- Subscription RaH.ii Daffy, delivered, per week .! Dally, delivered, per year ...tJS.M baity, br mail. p*r year ...;;.|4-W WwklT, by raalL per year .....tlM WMkly, br mail, par year to tJ.8..|S.�� Date* of expiry ot|frtiQE� �t-�ar dally on addr�aa tubal Accutane* of papers utte. exptratit-k nata U ar authority to continue the subscription. the fore in everything, a c.v'i'.m iasli explosive I? manufactured, it is mlchtr dangerous flitt; -.1 spark, yes, even a little hit of grit, and "h" whole affair stretching over many s.-.t-.a-..' mi'.ei might he Mown to atoms There are twolve thousand employees, ar..',. !t is here where the women enter, eight thousand of them are women. Women, mild and peaceful, matin fa e taring explosives that will put the imam y over the Khlne. more duiekly than anything else! Think of i:~ -and these women ere'doing a wonder-ftil service and they are doing it I'ad-lyk and cheer'nlly. it is an eff-erive way of backing up the brothers and husbands and fathers acrofs the eha;-.- 1 brid.ite. was kilh' 1 11 It. mack. � Hank of Mon"r> � :::it to t\i: fort",'.. m a i" ton > mttitacer of the '!'.say. is uo I'te l".-'.i V. !,-.!" Pr W. ]�' for Canada, s. Kmi:. e'.ies: sen of tin-Kir,::, ch'.if astronoir.i't' >" up his life in France Arthur Townsend. forty-five years old. diupped dead while wai'anK for a car on his way to work at Kitcltenor. Mayor Hylan. of Xew York, opposes the clause In the revenue bill pine-i inr; a tax on municipal bonds, one hundred men from Orillia. tint have it'.v. since the :tclr J;v. in V \\ a r THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. The Serbian-French offensive on the Macedonian front, which came as a surprise K> (he world, has apparently hpon of the create?' succss. Th" BulKuriftns, least expecUtiK an attack | nel. of such a nature upon their borders, . Then we co to �he fleet. liRd sent troop- to the western front erery worker in that region is .  t tho call of thorralne, ' men'tnakirsr parts for aoroplam the advance still continue*. The British are rpakin? important progress In Flanders. A new offensive on a still l.-.rper j o.-er the phire. acalrt than ever. Is said to be planned I Drive olont: a by Koch In answ-er to the Teutonic nppea! for a peace cotifi-r-nc Hon. Walt. Sa�katchewar af'er a lorot . 'It. ex rf'tllicr aakini: ti tril� w> t'.v.. l'r A"!  r" i af:-' The af"r i;.'e has i>. r-.-wibovs v tl-ars: pap. Max Mill wart aomits he ' W" ..'"...^. "he POS � in I.on Ion t .on m of the .�ailed refuse \. York attacks handle I a. men on the ships under c women everywhere. At arsenal, it is the same, , ars. sei'tn- paiu:- '.ir.i:~. Wool wp. 'a women all poucl.i keep and � V.- f'.iitV N" � w Yor H- car Til" stall: .!� o: i'.cria. | Over women school teachers I in London. Fug., have received In-. crease in pay, j ("apton London, son of Or. .las. j Loudon, former president of Toronto | i'uiversity, has been killed in action. ' dinner John Mcpherson, of Kdmon-' ton. a graduate in law of Alberta University. was killed in action. Win Davidson, of Stratford, county , h-tk of I'erlh county, has been lid \i.irs in municipal service. He is still ai'ive a; >"."i years of n;;e. i'l:.> Urooklyn Rapid Transit Co. has atinoun. ed a ten cent faro :�> some, of i hii klypopulatcd .--'.lions of I'.-o.ik'.yn s - 1  i' Felix A. Hoi'e, .-ot! of the lato Augusie Holte. Toronto, and grandson � ; late i."hiet Justice, Armour, has ! � n i.ille.l in action, !.! \.iL.nst. American .-hipvanls de-� i .."..t.iein d�>adw�Mulit tons. The r::::-i States' and labor | -tr:-!y increase the disparity. M M o;.v" Heavy* desvy hangs over your head.1 0,1 know what if is, daddy! Vou hold it too close and ( smell it-it's WRICLEV'S! , sonny-1 give your appetite and digestion a treat* while you tickle your sweet tooth. Chew it After Every Meal The Flavour Lasts! war .lit.r.v BULGARIANS HAD BETTER HURRY HOME. The report that .Pul�ririau Jroops are on the western front, if true, and the allied activity in the east, gives It some reliability, show* (t-r-many Is hard up for men. The drive ; against Bulgaria is likely to draw j these now recruits to ttxe Kai-ftr's ! forces on the west, back to the home. ' land. Foch's tactics are becoming ! more of ft worry to the German3 every ' day. !t won't be Jnrip. wo hope, nr.- 1 til liermany is defending Its own j homes. Just as the llti'parians are ' finding i: necessary to do at this mo *pent. TILL EAGER TO COMBAT. ENEMY The spirit of the Canadian soldier nho lias served in Kronee and be.en wounded/and sent back to reserve battalions in England, is not lrapnlrrd. He is still willing to serve The mother of a local soldier r'-eolved a letf-r from her son who Js at an KnjlUh camp, la which he stated that an appeal had been made at tho camp for four hundred recruits the Slbeiian campaign and men. who had alraady dune tt.elr kit. volunteered, flermany need nev-er dream' of winning the war iftten the allies have material of that klod, to rely npon. _ beam if tt! do m�9tlc, Iffe-not without a protr-.-t at rvny rat� HurrylOR through war wn.-n Frit:.-,., for i orio still sees the work of the uoine.u .':.) ' The Prench ivom.-n are wonderful, so i bra�e, and y�t so cheerful. The> ' have sacrificed loved �w. fields, year and a luilf in Hranttord was the sentence imposed on r -ick for seduction ot a girl e had failed to 1 agister as my Frank Jutting. -1. a �ted at Tilbury, was fined Ik fC^t? Y^v ft. 'i>^.^c Ir.-l C �"! : -A I �?! :�� -:t.i�-' born in Caiiiornia may ,ic j  .n.i retain title in real estate; mi vo'.atior. of tbe Alien Land law il-.s. ... cording to tin opinion hand-': -..!, 1 v Judge Hugh li Cr.iig. of -a;..-. ..',r court at Uivr-dde. Cab. :.. ,.!.-� of the stat of California us ;,l. h.irada T"sV,Vh k�i--r�ri t uf Stuart John ,n tiio lb \i!ier.-,,  tll'.IS duc-d pl-i . \ .ax the .Mi.! l'.epre-' �!'�!::> '' i ado;.". ,! tra! ri.u! li.-'.u. � ;. in ire | (,,!,. .i- t I'^.l.-tr.e Hrc � 1 c.r. v. no : "V Mine -U of tu .! tltiv -die: 11 �r.fatlvi s of !ie;.|-ly a .",.on- ' husband and father is at the war. don was undoubtedly inspired by a ! Tho women "carry on" and probably i'h flvi  .f 1.1 fa an a v.", '�.'Its f, moiithi-' r worth ton j nt t: :� go !n.-rr ! m ; pound, ma:|.-iiutpiit of (hat i^,e?n l"io mo: e on at. Hi.i' 11 commendable desire to economize in public expenditure We duubt, however, whether the Alberta governmc'iit - if love, wherever you find them how they love France and the l'r-n-h roldii-r No siii'rifice is to i .! and labor \v.t Hie. firfng line. An eticniy -\ li not be forgotten. There la a real, may fall where they are working They found reason for maintaining the � know the- danger, hut the\ k.-en i � office during the war. It can be toade tvorklnK. knowing thaf they a-.i i  '� j� ft rendezvous for Alberta men on > lr.g Vrance snd 1U al'les 'o an I leave. Soldiers appreciated the e.x- j that is the only thing ths.1 coun'a. Jstenco of the office and visited It one r�ali"{en that frequently to read the hom� papen 1 eeve.- be end rest In the little reading room, '(he location of the office was not o&. It was central enough and at a li ,r f s - ; - 1 Iti-v. S display | , the product.^ of the province The commonwealth of Australia, the stai"-sicm*iblo po-tl'lon in .u A, ... ,, , work i-eia'iio' to the rtr.m-rial Minis- the enemy. No wonder, hr i, �lia� ' ,, ., , , . ,. - \ try of Munutii: it i.ppear.i that 'he woman Is on u hlgiier plan) torf.iv, >.,,M,mi,u.e ,,, N-::ts,m8l Kxpendlturo nnil r.c wonder that Bha will re..r.aln � had n-i-oiiiiiK-ivli d thtn the 'V.ii-otion there In the days t" come, rfhe has ! of the Crl't-b c enraed the place and she wbl rotalti ! thl:'",! "v"r ,,y " u.-t'irding to the London Standard. Ma-jnr-fleneral (iartn-r Hughe i was seb T lain'. !� oliijiiil 'Oi y i n-iffs. 1 Build Up Industries. k manufactii^. i,f raw ' 1 materials in Canada would mean the ; i building up of th.. j.upulailoii and run-'aliliHhmcni of new � arniei'ii produce, id, was the natural  industry, and pos- . other Indii.'i!rlcH. It nurse to dra w imlus-:  p ihem whi-re them :. but Hitivly lie said, i -aould make nftorts 'I 1 t leillo-Utiv 111., i markets for ^h iR badly placed, also. Australia has just opened a magnificent building io the .s-trand and Abiwych. hii' take f-hargi roverniiiiij!. Cavada'ii offices are hidden au-uy on trei-t In.vend '.Yesi Sir John Willison aims slrt.ct C.iniula. He should bringing lOas.tern in.d V,'e, ads together, and he mn'i do eo by travelling around '�> recon-la-gln by on Cun- ed 't:it..i �d ft; 1 Tiie west, h I seat for the mill. I r-.ibly a'.s.n many  was difficult of . j t rl' i or lo u- vi-1 I ntii no pojiul.n:. I the Ki>V'-rn mil in ! to discover wint were Canada's re- ei- Hint lhe:a- le.-mui'e-overnmetit. and j v,.,.r, di",e!,,p,.,l The country had timber, bail, iron, zinc, and these I should iie th-- b,t>i. (Ill the ro-o-.'L- r ,-,, .,(,,,| Mear-or ;,!(.-�. {'. -il