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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Al'lUL 30, 1010 rillv IJiTlllMmfiE DAILY .'AGE NINE training Disabled Soldiers AUOUT IS rr.onlbs It Bret oaiue possible for soldier, wLo Uad been 41s- by service tail It wu for Ulm to resume LU te civil occupation, to vision (toed ktn'rcr soua the pursuit xhlca. would net to prevented Mi ils-.Hlity.lQ words, bli vras carefully cousidmd, his dlsaMI-. Uy lakta Into aetoual. ant] his train- ing arranged so that ID his csw occu- patlcm lie could develop 100% elency. As au example a aia- cLInlst who Had lut a ofcvlously fclb diwblllty was inch last nut that iccuptliun. lie. knowledce cl blue prlits utd and some latent aillttj la drawing line. waa pasted for a course a niechaalcaj fraught. It the termination of his courM la kis wiie u a ouchfatat. The IMS a leg was no handicap Bis Bftw iccupallon Jld not call for "7 lot areusd. Taw Ibli max wr ly u a machinist. tnabled to OIWCMM Ms SB'J coiopet4 aay drauchlwaao. 'to of. different IB I It was necfeiaary la train such I iue-1 11 became Imperative thai trtla-1 lag snould be fouad. Ohvieus- J 1) If a mac >'aa lo be Iralafd tor a J portion in msvhlae atop, the phm I to trala him right In the aartlem- f Itr BBSP in which ke I mutually This lullcd In the Institution of In- dustrial surveys. One of the first Industries ta Montreal oe sur- reyed was Angus Slun iPaclBc It can-read- ily he 'understood that these shoes, rmploylng IhauBanJs of skilled men, to practically all kinds of nifchsrjtal rork. offered great opporlnotttesjfor the tralnlHi: ol disabled men Xne 1 ibo-.pe mentioned ludusirial -survey consisted of a detailed report on tvery position In the Angus Shops; U. showed artons other things the exact of the wort done and what rltsaWhtles would hinder a man from dgltg tlie work. This mrvey v.-as to the District Voca-. OOlccr. as a reference lo U concerned. _ immediately .P.. te men Ww tralaed by troubled Ills djablHly. ffeipw "fit THE IDLE RICH TLe teacher askod his puitils to write an essay, telling what they i do SI they had five jmllion dollars. Every pupil except little William Powers began writing Immediately, j William sat idle, twiddlli'K his lingers and waU'hinsf the on tlie Teacher collected the papta's. and i William handed in a blank shi-c-t. j WIRE ORDER ISSUED Postmaster Burlesoii an tirdf.-r tojay relurnins tho t'uited States ciWc ays- t-j lliL-ir (.'IR-ctivo at imduisbt. JIa.v i. PRINCESS PAT'S HUSBAND IS NAMED G.B. NAVAU ATTACHE AT PARIS LONDO-X. April 29 The announces that Cora-i uianiier Alexander Rarnsay hai v appointed naval attache at Paris. i TH MODERN WA written sliec-ts or more, 1 TOKONTO, April nC i you" Ui'vV ivi'll 'j'e'Le'a'tlng vour iwords while you have ilono nothing! May Day strikes liable to aScot the I into plowshares? "Well." replied William, packing Industries rwultei in restrict- Corporal Oomeback: Lite. Uaies- what i would do .1 1 were a uullion-jed trading at the Tnion iiockyanls What we're solng to do is hamuii-r our HUD morning. I tiu derbies into dinner NOTICE EAT'S DANDRUFF HAIR GROWER GUARANTEED Positively Crows HaJr on Bald Heads. One jar 'All! stop railing hair. Start a growth of new hair; re- move all Dandruff and leave the scatp in a healthy state, or re- fund your money. t Price, postpaid, LEO J. CASTIAU, Scalp Specialist, Suite 17 SoutharJ Block, LETHBRIDGE Four Queer Ways of Treating Corns rtrttcd itoWac frtcm the outset ever? official of the C. P. R. who was approached ex- pressed great interest -in tbe work, and by cooperation rendered most Material isslslahco In the re-insul- ins of disabled soldiers In civilian occupations. The general scheme nl tralnlns adopted by. the Invalided Soldiers' Commission Is to ctvo any man lad- ing a machine shop training about Ihree-tinarlers of his course In Ue narhine shop at McOtli Uaiverzity. Ihen place him out with aa Industry rich as the Angus Shops, to fir' that and fain the practical Dvirlns the lime that the-rcan Is 'allowances Cronr the full MJ 'Sol tiers' Commission so trie which lie Is worklns Is not called c to paj him anything, jr. this man b h: invalided Soldltra" to pottiou la UM Asgrn Shops. Such IIOWCTCT b aot tao Every dapirtmrat kaa tokoa oa nea, In some Indiutrio a lendencr to teat aay of nttrra men. the reaaoa ftolM boroc ats apparWt lack ot inability <.__ of concectratloa OB bis wov. Hot r.j the C. P. R. shown the and every ponlblc Is) aude which.wlli awlst aha In ins In civil life. The atti- tude taken the hUhel officials of tot Q. P. R, In disabled sol- dier atudeats Is mirrored In the foJ- lowlng letter of .Instructions issued to THE SOLDIBR AN BMPI-OTEB. How fa you treat aal dler worting UBfter you? Do to" !llrn wort tn a place where he will lei him shift for hlmaatt and ably emplcyftl the lerniinllcm 9f his cr-ur3s. and the urhiiloyer. hie had fnc man iioder him foi scmp Tl'is ninhoii cem rally his imo. the Industries for been trslnoc! tilth lermlPBtlnn I- -hlch IScy' no gap bot -T-- c v.-rorig. Many gaaaed, shell shocked and tor wotrfidi. Lrd ccnaequentlj aru hlfaiy nervous and will be for some tinio to come. Whai of i themselves depends CD It.ose of these raako a mis ake aad is roughly reprlroatdeo. likely to shake' a leal, gel Hcited, aad be very "fficult U anrthtag of: this Is wrong greatest tact, care and attention laat yon can them men In hein laf tbocc to become useful employeot Is what tie Company eipecls. and, moreover, you owej It to tbetn, There are bound to be some eTcep. ttau aad sone will fall to mak< Tbe success or failure of the howerer, depends on you, aad It Is your prlvHeiie to help yout in this national crisis by en. to make out that are cororritaclnc to come back to nj from front. Is further proof of (he Interest ot. C. P. R. necessary? No! Now for results. Of the Drat dred men to eafn'plete Industrial Re educational Courees in this 'unit, tec were employed by the C. P.. R. on tbe termination of their courses. aara and j completed coorata and now many ol werk- men employed by. (he C. P. R., I, e.: These men have taken courses no less than different trades, so look on his mistakes only as you would an ordinary employee? If termination of their courses. Up yo'u are assuming that ie ts la all fa oaie. two hundred men havl rcapr-cts lust i should be sbleiio do the as qulcfelr and as well as lae aver- see employee. If yon "do, are Some Sit and Suffer Some Pad Them They let the com spoil countless joyful hours. The pads are unsightly. Everyone knows that Dainty shoes are torture. Yet millions of others end they hide.A deformity. Why" Will dainty women, that pain in a j iffy, and keep free from corns forev er. year after year, treat their feet in that vray EoUlers' constltn- broken TMW it Is obvious that the.C. P. R. Is THE SAAR BASIN ics did to the industrial plants of JKrance tind Ilelgium, and tb the mines Jon those must rely for v 1lheir supplies, Germany had to give (up Briey, she will lose the Lorraine (New Vork Times) i jiron fields; but she still has her coal. j France lias not. Before tba war built the machine with France imported, according lo a com- rhicli she tried lo the world out'I nutation by a French iyrlter quoted in The New Europe, some Ions of .coal a year. Her own principal mines, those around Lens, have been so treated by German sab- otage that they will be utterly unwork- rnal and iron. Mosi the iron hrcG-fiftlis, according to a French jilcnlalicn she got with Lorraine In S7i, tlie coai for the most part sha lad already. know what her arm- says People don't change from POST TbASTlES But those who have daten other corn flakes change to Toasties when they discover how different they are. ..v7 Post Tbasties are Canada's Most Popular Corn Flakes able for two years, and ot very little value, if any, for not less 'than five. Half of the coal which France Import- ed before the war came from Eng- land, the rest from Germany and Bel- gium. It will be long before the Belg- ian'mines will be of much use for ox- port, and England has Belgium and ,e of the neutrals to look after, lo nothing of the possibility that the eccentricities of her miners may ma- terially icduce her output. The Saar basin before the war pro- about tons of coal yearly, wbich was only S per cent, ot Ihe folal' German production. The loss of this coal, then would not bring ruin to Germany, btil it would help mater- ially in the upbuilding of France. The Iron industry of the. Saar district pro- duced- about 9 per cent, of German cast Iron, about 12 per cent, of German steel. H these Industries were turned over to the French their output ot both products would be at least as large as that of Germany. Annexation of a large German pop- ulation by Iho French would bo a measure of doubtful praclicnf benefit, though we know how thoroughly Alsa- tians originally of German, blood be- came attached to France. A more sat- isfactory solution would bo that which tbe conference is uow reported to favor, of leaving political sovereignly with Germany, but giving France lii- control of the district until her Industries are fully re-established. This double control would not be with- out its difficulties, but It seems the least objectionable arrangemenl; and there should bo no hesitation' about giving tho French full power lo en- force their economic claims, fl Is hard lo sco tlio slate of mind of Ihose who arc horrified at-the- Idea of weakening or dlssallsfylng Germany, hut arc less troubled by the prospect of a weaken- ed or dissatisfied Franco. GREECE CLAIMS ISLANDS BY ITALIANS ATHBJfS, April proctama. lion beer issued In the Dodecane 9u.i Islanils by wlilcli il Is doclareil lhal tho hnvc bcriome united with Orecce. Italy has laid claim It. Iliese islands, having lier soverelgnl) uiwn rights secured following Iho Tur-1 co-Italian war In 191) and Some Pare and Pare They get a partial' brief' relief, But they let the corn stay, and pare it again and again. And 'each time they risk an infection. Some Ute Ancient Cm Some use which are hanh and out-of-date, unscientific. The ray MUM treat, menu that The Right Ends Once and To enflWo lilm In roliirn to Imlls. where: hla and ho wcro formerly mlsslonr.rics. Rev, U. O..Garrison has resigned [ho paslor.ilc of Ilio Ilrantftirdi Nowadays there are millions who know that all those old methods are folly. Tlie new-day simple, certain, scientific easiest of all A'famous chemise, years ago, invented the Blue-jay plaster. It was baaed on many years of com study. The plaster is applied in a jiffy. It wraps about the toe and fits snugly. In a moment one forgets it The pain of the com stops instantly, and never returns. Then a bit of wax, centered on the corn alone, gently undermines it Jn two days take the Blue- jay off and the corn will dis- appear. Sometimes an old, tough corn needs another application. But that's easy, and that's all. The toughest corn cannot resist Blue-jay. Hpw Blue.jay Actt A rinir pain the pmmre. B If ttia BAB wu centered o tntlr uixieEfn int il. Blue-jay The Scientific Com Ender Blue-jay is the doctorVway of ending corns. It is the modern, scientific made by a surgical dressing of wide reputation. It is also' the easy wqr, the simple, quick and safe way. Millions now employ it Half the corns in America, probably, are now being ended by Blue-jay. Users apply it when a com first appeara, so they never suffer, or keep a com. Consider that Corns are absolutely needless. It is easier to end than coddle them. Every com pain can be ended in a jiffy. Every com can be eliminated. Every foot can be kept forever free. Prove this tonight Get a package of the effect on one com. Say farewell to aO corns today. You owe that to yourselL Stops Pain Ends Corns 28 BAUER BLACK, UMITED, Chicago, Toronto, Now Mtken of Sterile Surgical Drewiogi uul AUUd ;