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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN LCTUBHIDGR DAILY HERALD MONDAY. 28.1919 MVETEHS Ttie BroH-iertiooil of Nature Boys Vftn Told by Provincial The Clipic At a meeting of the 'ocal veterans fceld in the club rooms, on Sunday af- ternoon, C. W. Mcltmes. secretary of the provincial was present and addressed the returned men. lie .spoSe at leciUi the question of the various locals srtliug together, so that the provincial command would j have the backing of the eutire organ-' teation'in questions that were raised. Mr. Mclnim coaarstulated rts eiec- jntire ot the local C. W. V: i stand taken in to tie Yennou-. lies. He cautcaed-tlein to avoid-any-: thing in tha way of violence. A, letter from the Dominion, command was rc- fceivfd to Iht effect. Grarrt to G.W.V.A. l. The Alftttta Me- Inses pointed, out had Tery good to the 'association, the ministers and the officials niere anxious to do ererr-'1 thtej- to help tie. veterans. A grant had been made to the pro- atsoctatfon for'administrative {and relive Lethbridifrs of this be about Th, Dental Clinic CaptaiajClarfc, ot the Canadian Army VeiicaJ CMpi Was "present it the xintlac to the dental clinic reteraas' inie for, the G. 0. C., BriCMtiirGKenl bad pmnived he'saM to look rato the utter. The .was. thai ihare a ebertafe or operators there be- six in tte. whole prtrrinee. TtieiTettrmBs "dMMad 'not to' start uf Mtation in- regard to the pro Imad pvcfcan ot the kteck in which Elite store situated. Ther Sure aptraached ia the nutter the pfwpristors'of the store 'who woui dj to The meeting .ma of tke opinion that this was a tie retair or for the Board Trade, with wlom they womU .but it was outside their province to initiate anything, as i they were act anrioas'to sUrf trouble a'.yriTaie purchase which in no affected them. of hectlo reoonolnicv.'brown thac'Bweepc on a livel with He U cm- riaitM ot.the-wetM.te kek-eai'-tke Hn hasi.Mpmwd ir.r tbct coawaoalty atinol life ol douioann oa all other buUs In tiie paetums. VlaKors marvii at hit burk aad hlB very apparent fife and povw.. li a too welatt eMIfe- drtrni brawn aad and flesh. Yet Be Is a UKirper, aerertbelnc. He stepped Into the place ot a force of clrcHoutanceE t fnUbiTLthe Mtow the pack iintiei. None to due his meot. For many jears MEIERS WOUU) CUT Wttk OtWr CitfM He rvM I ia hM aoMHe hme 1 to cetany bat awti. tlw That Ihe city will gain by iiie in- stallation of water iu the care that will taereby be taken In the use of water, may be gathered from the comparison the amount of water used in Ijtlhbridge with the water used in .cities where (here fs the meter system, the table below It will be seen that tho coniumptkm of water here U nearly double, Mid in cases more than-double, that of the cities where the .supply is control ted. by the meter dlcatious. v For domestic purposes tMmonton uses 5S gallons per day per capital for all purposes PI.3; Reginr. 6S.I; Saskatoon, 27.1 and (S.I; Moose Jew, 47; Uthbrldie. domestic use, 102.3. all purposes The above shows that the meierinj ot water In Lethbrijge would reduce The Feitiral CSsorns vwill reaeane ijTueeday ntoul at chunch. -A One patriotic cboral work b to b4 st the Festival concerts, ri'The: Banner ofJSt. by Sir Elgar. There are a't'Jeast 150 snajers. in ,'XiCtbbridge "who ahpald be .'sinciBg in this choms, and it is to be flopwi that Iwiti this appeaf they will ,ense thelr was Mnxtror ot the buffalo at Sir ttonaW in Mil- He more than U. hit former wlvej shunnxl nlffl, children Ignored hitu, tbe young bull> rumbled wtwn h-. oaiw in ailhU his head was as hard aad M heavy as a granite slab, his agility that ot a cat, bis charge like Then a ntgnt that UK rufi of tie :dowi hli loioti that be maomaln With ease be oon'Kl act mofiilt sun poorad gvlfen llgtt Avrk in the braad ralkr. a naderi kept the young bolls In second Ucioded IB their number being the t leader. In Ume it needed bat alew ot ftoafy bead.to 'KMke the other bulls idxe a wlee leader be. paid litllc attention Quarrels o' younf natcrallf they fought IhwBeelTes.to prove, nperlct- The preaent 'dictator whlppod hull him thus ketpkoe roared cSarmc- terMfcx. Ttan aa tartou tew wko cant there Is willing to rota wHb and __ _ kara to dflttny one Wfeo bad bat UH oteioaor of or bud And it.came, to thaj be. looked aciln on Sir Donald with a sturdy aod astute the He broke a born the bard aknli o! the youagcr animal, but be trampled nil toUoelinars of equalftj 6rJ' leader recognized the. need of of tint fprrneipfei. tram Ihxl TmaqijIsKM "beast .Tlw ream rolled" OB, Sir Donald tile thirty rear mllepoct. Hit tmth poor, Winter found him A touch of rheumatism slowed him ap.'ajid hla eyesight dimmed. U the boor of young' butli.' T'- J the fichUnc coll ot th Sir Dpnalj's. He-rules eiactlr as wtth or. still respectful of proweae were salisaed with keeping bimi outside the herd by. uniting-and He has families, duty and pleaaure and Attend Toes-1 day inii-g An orchestra oJ 'the fcest.nrusicians' in the city has been practicing tie ac- companiment for the last month 'and will loraia the chorus at the per- be .the, .first any choral work has been) performed in Lethbridge "with orches-j tra locomptuiiment. ,i aaHuce with cWes, and as in past years; there will be.a In Lethbridge E.u, WtJMd.j frm Mi? 7 to Sept 39 When All Plane of WafntW Will Be Ctowi r RETAIL IVEentfe OadUnifcr Comes put on THE''TEVER'BEARIXG Vhrires- Under Western j Conditions A FEW yeaii 350 n ncvr Tandy wf was introduced Into Canadn. it wu called Ihe KTertxarirr, and TIM Ihor; "Pfhlr tried out (Jtiriny llie pA5l len firs. The cpfnion of all who have growB Ihe F.ve rbeatl r r Is th.il it fecrai to be adapted for rpprcriufrUon cncJer Uons. TLe Eterbearinr Strawtenr is ex- actly. iU The pluntj will .to flower earlf in June krep iirbt on a fid maturing1 fruit nntil the blossoms are destrojrefl bj- winter frost, if the first are br Lite fnwta In Ihe within a feir rJays another crop of flowers appear and in feir ueefcs ilerelop into the ropiia? arid dcTirJoua of slrantrfrriM- On one plant of this vaiieiK can be foand. from June until the Lite fall, the Ibe flower, !tic Im mature Serry and red, ripe SIM-and. of .the delicious No ffialter It you hare preyimisTF txttta in yunr aurnipi fo ytrti deJtciOtti berries for your erery summer II you irill secure twrdy plants of Ihe vancty. This Tarielr is fcting offered o( westejn nurseries at frotn lo per 100 pLints. FREE 10 Hardy 1'lanis i JIEUK'S and a great and has DOW gov Use Ific a Vol- Jar Hill, and 'AKb HOJIK it to tUe earlb? Is It to cal location? It it to tft irhere ono -was torn, or the place Where make your mpney! How can it be 0. K. for one citizen to be ready t< die for his king and another for-lii: 'president; In peace' loyally to ol countries In tncouraged; in it i loyalty to parti6ular country, l.oy alty to humanity at a dltcmmt. There -a'as th'e idyalty to yourself to be true io Toarself. it afsuni ed a now pr'oportiou in last year3. The maa or the woman Kli could best 'brinp up healthy cbitdre were loyal to .themselves an1 to hu mauity. The' creftteat loyalty that of public serrice to public he-all] The ot sports fed Uil loyalty. The minUtry of JstaUh tie federal lorernroent Vas' a step i the right direction to estafclisli tru loyalty. The shon ed th fn offering to defray the expenses of all representativea- to-the Canadian Athletic Association convention to be held. Gootl housing and mothers' 'pen- sions were on the right- lines. But the trouble in these nutters was the politicians in they were acting were on the way to bring on a new "war. They did not know what they -were talking: about.' In the' discussion ttiat x followed Messrs. Syraonds, Peebles, 'Mcls'abh. Lund, Harrow-man and Mayor Bardie' took part. .In his after-remarks, JIayor ctarie launched'out againEt (lie'present sys- tem of placing railiury hospitals; caiitlpa- were ,anxious-to hare them for the-preMUtSierc -was in having; them located in their midst ,Tbdre' -wasHhe "hell hole" ;In the" ''barri1 Calgarj'. and Uie hospital in HBrnonlon climate in-.ths -winter; 50 be- Iqw zero: was' spot-for hgspitalBj'oti thp west 'coast Vancouver which was not niade use of. Incidentally Criticize Location of Military Hospitals in (he West It "Smells Clean': Ivory Soap smells .This best describes its odor. 'It smells clean be-, cause it is pure and good. Artificial perfume could add nothing to its dcsir- ability. You do not tire of Ivory's odor. Like the sweet fragrance of the. meadow, it is- natural and unobtrusive; suggesting- the high quality and p'urity .'materials1 used in its manufacture. IVORY SOAP 99M1PURE iri HtmiUm, VouTl Ske tfae MuH trnimeM-tiie wuppy ncatom-lbe o( the the inaf fit o< the MW tprioc Afl ntamcd here. Come in MC the latert Btodeb io Fit-Rchmi oaj Orcrcmto, Tlif Only IVttlily Firm in Canada C'ocertny Conditiftni villritith "The Lin'l of.l'crfiUnl will be scut to you every week for an entire year 52 big issues and 10 of plants, postage paid, will sent by relnrn mail, COUPON AIX AXD J37 Pcndtr St. West, VincouTer, B.C. flnd nd Home ami ten plants lo Tn a Vell-rouuded .address, joe jCIarke, major o' Edmonton, held and I interested a large audience' at .the Komm on Sunday', on the subject of in Relation to Democracy-." He quoted the line from .the pocr. Gold- smith, "III fares the land, etc., where wealth accumulates and men "decay." So far as the of wealth went it :vras "In accordance [with present times :fn that 15 ycaVs sgo there bauVs iii' exislence. there was half the number of j banks with double.'the1 capital. had certainly 'accumulated .in (Jays here. If the. accounting was true, the same applied to Sir Joseph Flavelle. Some percentage of. -the Tiifcn and women li ad physically ed, 'and were In men- tibned hy Goldsmith. The 'speaker quoted the views on democracy by James liusseil Thongli they were not Influenced by. 'modern ihoughi, they might well apply" to the presunl day. tlmitKht of demo- cracy in the light of liufitently. What was written a iiunrlred years ago would cause the editor of a'soviet journal on the same lines lo have bis plant.hroken up. Kant laid the foun- dation whicli was the basis of the present league of nations. Socrates proclaimed a tlie world and not of one-slate. H.doea not require an orator fn an ngf: of edu- cation lo think at the 0. U. on the lines of Ihe of the mfn nanieO, and to r.omn to conclusions on the same-. Clarke was InclineiT thai there n.is a good'deal In what 'Dr. Johnson hari paid, that patriotism was the last refuge of the Rcoundfel, The poIIJiclan made hse of ng for his own purposes. In Onlari'i Im waved the t.'nion Jack. In Albji'ta I imorig the different nationalities lie wont around v.-avlng half .a dozen flags. There was tho loyally to.frienda. It was never to forget ami .never io forgive. Ho held with though It may appear to lie not Christian view. Tlie (mo friend' was one wlio ent you a five-dollar, bill Tvltliout security, ami did not bother was not able to bo paid back. V loyalty to .country was a able thing, in that (n: rega'rd lo tko alien people in Canada Were he- fore the war to be loyal la their fatherland and to Pollflciatia went arognd to Ibeir clubs land even gave them !bo spent in oetr. wir.'irM tt Ihe (o i their rcspscllve comtrlei WM TlewM Jn another llghl. r loyalty .wai'll that poM- Jtklans peddle? naked ifttter. U ES, lie readied the bul at the. expense of liis stockings Perhaps this. was'yoft.J; biiy and you gave liima feul it really wasn't his fault; lie wouldn't be normal 'if-hc wasn't hard on Because we knew boys, designed KusWr Brown Stockings them to stand the strenuous use of the average boy. We knitted them from extra-long made by ourselves to ensure' uniform riuality. Oiir 'employee's" have had years of special training in knitting Buster Brown quality into. Jjfeic We knitted good looks is well as dtirabilily into Buster slocliings. Thty are made to to give a drcssV, gentlemanly appearance. They suitable for any occasion. r Became of fcitures, Bsstcr Brown stockings cewt and thty require leas mending. Sold cvtry where, Brwm'daraWe hoiiery. r; v The Chiomari-Hoitoii Kntttint Co., Limited DM It BROWN ;