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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TWELVE TFT: LETHBRIME bAitv HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23; W BOGEY SURE ll will renew In taskioU the "drive to East" of oM !m- Htikwto. It aayt, Germans have Jroaa tb! Russian proptsamlisl fcabtl; have thought it right to allow workers of every country to work out their salvation !u their owu way. j Bu! (the Journal EOC-S out It mis'. I be that the workers of !tli8 capitalistic West lagged Ear 8 capas If Peace Terms Too Harsh Ha> Oermany en the to Endeavor Io Strep World' in Bolshevism April Oerzusm government is encouraging the belief i revolution. Germany tuiy now oe ipelieU, like Russia, from reaioue ot to push its borders with the whole revolutionary i energy at its command. And so. it threatens, a terrible-pros- pect Is in store, lor the Entente MM) that it will refuse to sisn the peace Aluerlca iVg it adds, the spoli- terms. The llie organ of Oeraany nny yield a harvest the majority Socialists. anJ Ihe more tD small ou of AWfi fatalists, direct vehicle of HOT ScheWeuiami i bul be no protil tt; lhe primed In huge letter -across capitalists shouM Ihe trout pase ot a recent issue. 'U ,iave lo see best Geimany larisb. the perlshM." chancc Uet in a just peace, "but i( and explained the startling dfctum an article an the peace terms. Th such as Local inncils of Women, W. en's Institutes, U. F. W. A., Provln il Fairs Association. Provincial Med 3l Association, Ilotary Clubs, am1 veral, others, ure actively assisting the spread of the movement, while ,e Alterla. Social Sen'ice League mouths ago appointed a speciar icrctary for Child in the of Mr. Edward S. Blehop, who as since been devoting; his whole time the work. A provincial Childy Welfare Pro- ram has been dr.vwrl iip. Child ire iQstilutes held in rgc number of centres, including cit- s, towns, villages, and rural dls ricts. Jlaoy thousands of tree paoi hlcts distributed, special propaganda arried on among non-Ehglisb "speak- ig people, pairtphlels nrepared, con- eotioDs public meetings and church ongregatioas, addresses, and si organization is alon to be set for the correlating -Of all ChJld "elfare activities within province, nd promoting every phase of the 3ub- ect, to the outermost settlements ot ic province. On all hands, the move- ment has found enthusiastic friends nd the for its further ex- enslon nre bright. I But there As an untiBunccted amouiit Ignorance with regard to the care nd training of small hlldren, which is'very cofttly in child fe. ana Itie amount ot Indifference p the improvement ol tho condition? child life which still prerails .will ax the efforts of all the agonies' bat are at work if the child life of he r.aUon, with all iU pos i bit H If s, Is going to be conserted and doreloped. Up to lac little ii hft .way of permanent local effort li wing carried in trie interest? of Child Welfare, hut in tofff reaped Ixith jridKC enjoys the distinction of hav HE the or-r.isod local activll: of Ibla kind in the province, the wofl so Tell known to the citizens he direction of Nura ng Mission. This work is Ming car ried on in complete accord with thi ;rtvincial actlviUeX and Mr. .Bishop jgn already made several ylalla to th1 city In connection wlllt the fiawie. Th Lethbrlflge Holary Club has been taking a very active Interest, in the ..Kffl not only of the great .work of the local iniasion but of the pro- vincial as" TV ell, i A RUSSELL LOXDOXj he uses tobacco, which, says tho testator, "I, despise." Frank Atwqod; son of require Atwood, who died recently at his lionic, in tho township of Lobo, is dlsinhented. Squire Atwood's orig- inal v.-iHj bopn entered here for the son named an equal division with other sous nrd A codicil, however, calls alieiition to the objectionable use dt the weed, and supplants by a grandson, Charlton. Hobb, as benefic- iary. i Aavice to Legatees The In addition to divUins his estato of gives to thu leg- atses the foJlciwing V desire to leave'thy legatees (our words which I have proved" myself to be the key to-success; Per- severance, Justice and HJconpmy, and 111 addition, 1 give this advice: 'Xevcr buy what you do not want, and never buy on credit unless you have reason- ible grounds for knowing you will'be able to 'honor the obligation when William L. JHaherts-. supposed fo Ije he oldest mason in point ol mem- bership in Canada, is dead at Niagara "Our leading generals "testify that "BOVRIL" 4lias proved an inestim- "able boon and comfort; to bur men in the trenches, in the "field and on the But, it's soldiers whoie work is nerves go systems need rebuilding. Right in yoor home, BOVRIL bs a place. Ft not only is a precious food fh itself, bat it possesses to t wonderfiil extent the peculiar power of enabling Jyou to eittract more nourish- meift from other UK k to toupi ud pxrkf, to UMTOO, M jam KCWI', of coone, OK k M not onljr tn but in crWjK tke for wkich tie mi'crri ksn prc-w'K uudird of. pried. Good 4 or cren 'A. storv that Ihe late O., W. sell told with gualo was of .1 Mayor in a Nt-rlh o! Knglnnd town. His Wor- t.nrented some scils for the f.ea front, nurl ttac) Inscribed on them: to the Borough by Iho Mayor, Alderman noggins, The sea is liW and lie made Chronicle. A carnlynl Is in be hcM Brftnon- ton In the fall, the proceeds of which Io be rtavbtert Uic SoMleri' Kcwor'nl lull The Spirit of Sunlight Alt over the land the "sun calls forth beauty, cleanliness, health and the re- newing of youth. So with Sunlight Soap in the home. It redeems every' thing washable from the thraldom of dirt. Renews beauty and brings put colors. It cleanses With a sure, gentleness that only the purest of soaps-' could accomplish. Sunlight Soap thousands if homes 1 is-to clothes, (rom the finest'to the cmrsett, without rubbing or old-time labour ami discomfort. Also to wash woodwork, linoleums, dishes, spotlessly clean wfth little soap. All this bewuse it is Absolutely pore. Tke tpirit of Sunlight is fmntj and No one better IJiVER RROTHRKS 14MHED, TORONTO ;