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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LKJ-HBHllKiK DAILY HKKALD MONDAY, AHBIL 21, 1919 KEEP GOVERNINI RAILWAYS OUT OF POMS ith the l H would be was acquiring more mileage w rof directors of tue Canadian t-acific the administration speaiins at a Canadian Club This was impossible. luncheon here this afternoon. He said Sjwaklug ironically. Lord Sbaugh- ihat ucdcr the present system otfi- j ttessy said tail cabinet very cials cl the railways owned by the became efficient ratlwaymen. He Fovernrneni ultimately would become knew of from the western law politioJans Personally, he bad al- offices and the stores of the east who ways been bitterly opposed to govern- in months could easily instruct ment ownership.' The government professional transportation Gen. McCuaig Indicates Thai Whole First Division May Sail This Week ed two German gun nests er captured the crews on Ortoter 10 last. Serst. Merrirield vis a flreinau oil the Alsoraa Central Rail' way and lived at tie Soo previously to the tvar. Sir Clifford auiong the civillaii paEEengert returnlog tin the Olympic. I VIENNA, April (Auoclattd communljti, !t ap- peared late night, had failed In their attempt to control of the government. Mwt of the Hungarian agitators In Vienna have been arrested and the arrest of Austrian agitators has been be- gun. HAuIr'AX. April units ar- riving on the Olympic were debarked entrained in the following order: Sixth Field Itauery. Halifax; 3rti Battalion. Toronto; 4th BaltaUon. To- ronto; 3rd Tunnelling Company. To- ronto; 1st Battalion, 2nd Bnt- Kingston; 3rd and 4th Field Batteries, -Montreal. Brig.-Geu. McCuaijc. D.S.O. and bar, was the senior officer aboard the Olympic. He stated that the trcops had 'had a pleasant trip acro5s. Gen. McCuais state'd. it was hoped to complete the embarkation of'the 1st Division this iveok. The 2nd Divi- sion is now at Wit'ey Camp, and the 4th.-was oa Us -way to Brams'nott. The Olympic brought four V. C's. the largest number arriving on one teanjer at this port since the ii'ome- warn" movement began. ('apt. C. X. V.C., pee. is a member of the--1th Canp.-j dian Engineers: .He -ron "the V. C. Subject-Dealt With in October of Ia3t lie cut wires, leading" lo. a Abridge which the Germans were attempting to blow" up, ahfl" permitted the advance to continue. Sergt.. Barren. V.C., Toroato, won his V. C-i at .Passcliendaele-wliila serv Inririth 3rd Battalion. He tad CONDEMNED MURDERER IS'STlU. AT URGE TOKOXTO, April a weol; has Frank ircCulloush. condemned raur> derer, made his sensational cape frotu Toronto jail. So Is known, the police have no definite Information as to Me- route of travel or his present whereabouts. CALGAKYim for Rome this morning been overcome vice. Modern finance Is all power.'u! reaching out into every walk ot life'; even the church was not entire- ly free from its influence. The speaker dwelt oa the Men- nonite problem, and, while sytupath.it- Ing with Ibe Great War Veterans, put the question. is responsible for their The chairman. S. S. Dunham, an- I Too Late in the For That They Strike Aftenoon nounced the possibility Premier next Stewart being the speaker for Sunday. The foliowinp musical program "was greatly appreciated: Pianoforte solo, "HoniP Sweet Home iu Miss Dagmar' Sandquist; vocal aolo, "His Sirs. X. Kuth; vocal solo, "CMldrea's Hazel Kstth.' Leo M. Coombs IMIS the accompanitt. at Forum Sunday Afternoon By Rev. ".Vice is.largely the result of was the .contention cf Rev. 3' Crasjr. "who addressed the Forum a machine gun nen wiiettVlha advance the subject of his address be- TO held up it dominatine I'OS- New "-------J flie "aituation. crew (run. and enabled the. ad vince "to con- tinue. Sergt. Barrori was in Toronto before the The ISIrt V. C. was Sergt. Good, of -Bathurst, -X.B. Tfith. the'59th BattaHon, transferring later to tie X3ta- iron his. In Aneust of lalt irlien.he rushed' two German machine gun posts" kili-' tag tbe crews He COMSEIS OFH: Jtev. Curtis of tbe Christian church completed the series 'of sermons on the "Five Steps Into the Kingdom." Taking for his teit, Gal., "For as many of you as were bapliied into Christ put on Cbftet." He first gave the scriptural ground for the authority and only mode of baptism and tien mainly upon tbe pur- pose for vbich we are commanded io be baptized.-1 First: "He that believeth and baptized sbiul be saved, and he that disbelievetb. shall be condemned." Here the Jlaster says it takes the two to Eire and only the one to condemn. And again scripture tells us that we are saved in Christ, and the text tells us come into Christ through baptisnL Second: was shed for the remission of sins at His death, am at.baptism Xe are baptized into His death (Rom. where we come in touch with the blood of Christ., Third: God said in Ei. uil rnaiu part of the port. Jugtrmy a victory lean mrttift from fntl- W1IMO U a'criwd of naembUd at UM the UM of win- an4 M threufti The tin >lr, to thoae SYDNEY VETCMANS GRATUITY SVDN-BY. AprU dmud (or a (ntuifj- of tor Mch min who has Sn .Fraaee 1% tmbodtal In rnolutlon by flydao- branch o! Graat War Ytttrao' AssocUtton tad fonruded (o other tad to the com- eadorttttoa before beliw jWKtiUd to tie antirerttiei Ottawa. The the govergBKttt's laad MtUement KhnM. pomltnt ourl ttet uaaD ot the returned to farmtrp, the demue tor mk. additional f ago; Serft. He did all his fighting BaUalipn, although he crossrf over to -England as a member. ot the ,2nd. Serst, Merri'icld won the' JI. :M. at PasEchendaele and the A', C. on tie all places wtere I record where_God meets yon and blents yon The'Epeaker traced the rise, and we find ia Mat. Chris said: "Uo ye therefore: and tici.'-Our ireienl civlliiatkm'is tiiiit nto.the name O'L.the'Father and 0( the has recorded His name in -ficiarial and ethical Insiitution and tells us plainly1 that it ia .for the remission of in Acts ol solution by the earnest- Signs1 are not wanting.tfeat tieref Is a er and.employee, and uiany erery one of you in the name, or employees being considered something more than cogs in. a-, machine, and co-part- ners-in cerfaln industrial business con- cerns. The detaand fcr shorter hoars for R. J. Richardson, or Bayfietd, Ont., was accidentally drowned in a vrell on his farm. He had been a pro- fessor in Manitoba College. road-.when.be rash-labor Is legitimate; Ions Elegance in Wall Paper You will find expressed here .in the vast variety of beautiful "new effects just arrived for Spring holrie beautifying; every conceivable sort in color scheme and pattern effect in floral de- signs, conventional figures, the new defined or shadow stripes and panel or medallion treat- ments. us plan and estimate with you. We 11 save you money and assist you in achieving a refined effect. THE DECORATORS Sherlock Building Seventh South mmm Will Be Delivered (o Press At Same Time it is Handed To Huns April 21. (Associated council of tba peace conference in the mterral bo- fore the peace treaty is handed to the Gfnnan delegates, will talte up the question of making pub- lic, United' in agreement-Tfitli the press advisors to of has retommended to the council the pub- lication of the treaty -immediately after its delivery to the Germans. Otherwise, it Is pointed first version ot the important o: the treaty would he issued ty tbe Germans and mis-it be loaded up -with German propaganda. The plan proposed on behalf of the United Stales is for the Ijnited States delegate's to cable for simultaneous distribution on the American conti- nent, first a. 250-word official sum- mary of the treaty; second, a word official summary; and thlrn, the- text oi the treaty. The two summar- ies would be given to tbe United States press at about the sauis time and the treaty a day or two later, the text possibly to be distributed by stalments as it was received. of Ihe covenanl of the league of nalions has been telegraphed Io Ihe stato department at Washington tor release when author- zed by President Wilson. Other'parts o'( the treaty are lihtly cabled during the present week. The final dispatch, which may count up 10 ticur- y words, can be cabled in tour or five hours, if all the cable Ines are cleared for the purpose. The capacily of (he cables Is words a day-and Ibe associated governments could 'order the text of the peace treaty given first official priority so that tbe t'nonnoys task ot transmis- sion could be accomplished with less delay than a yreas message ordinarily ren.ulres; PARIS. April a confer- ence lasting more than four hours, whicb was attended by. both Premier Orlando and r'nrelgn Mlnliler Son- nlno of Italy, the council of four to- day failed to reach an'agreement oh tho Adriatic The council adjourned to meet morning (or a continuance or (he The solution of the.Ft'ime probtaii considered by the council oi foiir day, the Temps says, wouM give Ifalx that part of (he city of lying M the rlfht bank of fiver lUcina, FORD LIGHTING EQUAL TO THE BEST-BETTER THAN MOST LIGHTS ON THE ROAD TWO BRIGHT LIGHTS AT ANY ENGINE SPEED INSTALLED "The Midget Equi" GIVES FULL, EVEN BRIGHTNESS TO YOUR LIGHTS AT ALL SPEEDS IT REQUIRES ABSOLUTELY NO ATTENTION AND CANNOT FAIL TO WORK WILL OUTLAST YOUR CAR AND IS LIBERALLY Guaranteed THIS IS AN ARTICLE OF REAL MERIT Let Slibw You HARRY PILLING Temporary Office With THE ROY ELECTRIC CO., LETHBRIDGE Stockings That Cost Less Because They Wear Longer YOUR hoy is hard on stockings. Any normal, healthy boy is. You can't keep him from climbing trees and fences, you can get him stockings that will stand this will give wear and look well too. Just Ask your dealer for Buster Brown .Stockings, Buster Brown Stockings wear longer because we knit them from .extra-long yarn with double-ply legs and (hrce-ply heels and toes, We make sure of Buster Brown quality by. Spinning our own yarn. Our em- ployees have had years of training, for special skill is necessary to knit Buster Brown Stockings. You'll find (hem well-fit liny aixl :smoothly finished, we knit good looks >s welt as durability into Buster Brown hosiery. They loot: well at all times. Sold everywhere. your dealer foi Buster Brown durable hosiery. The Chipman-Holton Knitting Co., Limited Ost.-MKh Wtllund rar BilSTER BROWN ;