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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta -i'X irx s TlflifLETHBRlDGE DAILY HERALP.V_ TUESDAY, AUGUST y f Tbe ChauUuqua audi- was in attendance at yesterday liternoon's session when Antonio .Mv .strvlni Introduced his plino-accordton. instrument which ho played with a commendable measure of success and applauie. The musical prelude iris Ettccewled by Mr. .Tom Confine 'who brought forth much applause for its capable Imitation of anteal lan- the greater pcssiblllllM In work we ove to do because we enjoy It, al SNise of drudgery disappears. Mental and moral consciousness grow side by guage. some- walk- -Mr. Tom Confine and Mr. Antonio Miaervinl also look part in tie eTening program, but the out- standing event of yesterday's Chnu- L, was the inspirinc lecture snen by JIajor eteolnj. Mr. Mills topic. "Fiddles Fortnnes." was a heart to heart ullj of possibilities 4 of human achievement in tte daily. efficient performance of our tests. It IMS an appeal for greater and more efficient servk-s on the part o! Cork- ers. He asked if ft uallv and as a community, wording to live" or lirios to work. It it reirtt-i Ubls and yet it is ierr trne that lie 1 too often think of work as a dreary I task just a means of man tag a 1 hood tottad of looking upoa our i ability io work as a glorious onpor- 1 tunity for the iBtf-nsvre and rerttstent application of our o: InteUi- 3 g-nce. We are prone to think o! the material benefits we can c-eriio rather than liink of what ire may be "pable >f gtriog. we ara to giie the best rervice we ruuit inslrt upon the ab- ilmction of the mind from selfish, material gains and insist upon its ut- ter absorption in the dMlre to sene. Joy io doing is '-be lite of life and the efficiont performance of our daily o-a ties is pmely a mailer o! our mental attitude With a vivid appreciation o Let us so to wort at more stimulating-than a ins pace, intent upon the elScient per- formance ol our duties, -anil Intent upon substituting ability and service for Ktaf an ioeal. believe in it and work and tor its reflation. Power is only developed by ronttct the realities of all along the nigh ways of advancement fierce and coa tending strugs'es raark onward and upward prepress ot human effort There is always room for a higner am better development and the ullimll. goal is always beyond lire reach o human attainment, but each victor on the wav becomes another mileston alonj the'road we go. Don't wort I lie but rather live to work. Perfon vbur tasks well, write your name ilndness, lave and mercy on the I ..ln ,iy capacity ot dictator and as hearts of all you come in contact w lib, )he transition ministry requested Ij .t- appointed an accredited govern-j population of the capital with ths greatest enthusiasm of the fall of tie Bolshevik .regime as I am will of tie Archdake Jostfh Sends Message to Clentwiceau Asking for Allied Recognition BiW-VE. telegram of Archduke Joieph. teuiporarily dictator of Hungary, to Premier Cleiueucejiu, j outlining Ihe new goverumenl's policy. find axklng for allied recognition, was received here tods'y ftom Budapest. Tbe inesssgo was presented to the supreme Inler-alliei council Sjlurday. Tte message reads: 1 "The preceding mloUiry, composed partly of former members of the Bell Kun government.- was' invited to ivlth- draw by vw, supported b; public opinion. The ministry resigned the iew transition night before last and a n to the utisf action of the bank Holder? ii and gnards againrt MERCHANTS DANK OP A. EitabliarHHl 1804. LETHBR1DGE BFtAircH, TSrow. Monudl Head Offlc.: Mortal R. J. DINNING, BtucWi Manager. rl THE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OF CANADA has been created to grade the various classes of trained and un- trained and to place the' best'in the country, at your disposal, through a system of Employment offices from Coast to Coast.''- TBE PROFESSKm AMD BUSWESS SECTION exists to place you in touch with Professional, Business and .Technical workers. THE INFORMATION AHD SOffKE BRANCH OF SOlWFJtS' CIDL IE-ESTABLISHMENT has a representative in -each of 'these offices to perkier, whatever special services may be required v in the employmsnt of the RETURNED SOLDIER otes sent to .Rumania concerning thfe ccupation of Budapest, and conse uently it made little progress today u the Hungarian situation. BILL DEIS BIG VOIEINPARL'l jibor Support Mea- sure in British Home of Com- of Shoes Aug. of the house bill's unlimited 'or funds to e'nable the enforcement ot prohibition, the house sub-commit- tee has fUed 13.500.000 for' the first year's enforcement 'rorfc. In defining intoiicatlne liquor -the sub-committee added the following liberalizing jiroviso: "Provided, however, that .the fore- definilion (one half of due per cent, alcohol) shal! iiot.eiiend to the alcoholized wine or any liquor or liquors produced by the process b> which beer, alo or [iorter is.manufac tnreil, but containing not more than one half dent, i suoh liquor or liquors shall be yther I wise-denominated than as "beer, ale or porter." t, This proviso rejects the request'o prohibition advocates lor prohibition of. which has the appear ance of intolicantt. Another relaxation of th'e lions Aug. ht atle earing Sir Auckland (Jeddes, minis- er for national gen-ice and rveou declare that profiteering In oodstuffs was tczponslble for 'socia inrest and diEcoatenf, passed tonlgh u second reading the government -Ml irovkliag for prosecution atid pena for iwrsoDi of profitearinr supported on second ng by the labor party and the voi on passage 251 to S. Sir Auckland, who is In charge o he bill for goTeruinent, said th measure Vould huve s bad'etfect upo profiteering. Tlie minister said tha l manufacturer in northern 'Knglanil lad..told him' he was "ashamed" of he profits he; ivai ;naking. Ho addeil hat ehoet, which sold at wholesale at from 15 to_25 Ebillluge. retailed tt 50 to 60 shillings, the bill Is now in the hands of a committed ot the whole house preparatory to bringing It up flual passaged Sir Auckland expTained that the gov- ernment has rejected the. Idea of ternal -control of trade and also Iho idea suggested in America of stamping goods with factory- prkes and estab- lishing a! system for fixing priced He admitted that the govei-nment had no alternative but to coufess it ivas pow- erless- under tlie laws as they stand at present. BLUE TEA. II is a woman's privilege to change her" mind, but every good housekeeper is thoroughly decided on the superiority of t Blue Ribbon Tea INTERNATIONAL LABOR CONFERENCE CALLED WASHINGTON. Apg. In- icrflRtiooal labor confereoce prciYlded (or in the peace ireaty. has'beeu i-allel by President to met in Wash- ington October 29. All nations mem- bers or Ihe InternnHonul labor organi- zation as -defined in Article 3S7 ot Ihe peace treaty nud those which probably become members prior cxm- (ercnce Have been Invited (o semi delegates. Secretary qt I ARGUMENTS'OVER IN BIG L11EV. SUlt MOUNT CI.EMOSS. .Mich.. Aug. J2j in tlie libel suit of Henry Kord Bgainst the Cliv eago Daily Triluno closed today wltf the summing up of >the. addresses Klllott U. Stevenson, senior -counsel for the Tribune1, and Alfred I.uciius senior counsel for Mf. Ford.' Judge Tucker said thai he intended has been by the president to tnke charge of tue to excuse the jury and counsel tonlon row. while he devoted blmselt to pro paring bis Instructions, which will M Sis million acres of land in Illinois I lengthy. Thursday moraine, lie said, 'is better fitted for tlie growth of trees I he einecle.d to .charge the Jury than (or agriculture. send It to. its deliberations. P1 Sir Auckland declared that the pendi- ng bill has not been hastily intrc- had'been long 'and ully corjsidcrttl. BERLIN; Aug. ou arc not getting Aspirin at all] Loolc for I .Then il is rcil Aspirin p.on't accept Aspirin in a pill box, Buj a "Bayer .There is no substitute for genuine Tablets of wliicli have been proved safe by millions for i'am, Headache Neuralgia, Earache, Rheumattim, Lumbago, Colds, prippe, Joint Pains, Neuritis.. Proper and safe directions.are in every 'Bayer" of 12 24-KoltIcs of'IM-'Aho Ca rca tn jr 111 tr CMtt." have a well deserved repu- tation as a safe and effective remedy for stomach ail- ments. They are Quickly in bilioui attacks, rick dj-spepaa, heartbuvn and_constipation. They act gently and (rurcly on the organs of elimina- tibnl purify tlie bloodj tone the system and very quickly Strengthen Digestion A Genuine Reduction of, Twenty per cent OUR regular nioiierale well known. Thouaamla of unable to pay the exorbitant demanded hy aonio flenllsls hare, by taking advanlflge of our extremely low charges, been cnahled to have their teeth attended'lo, wilh health aud appearance. offer yon you will cut' out Ihla advertisement and brinj; It.lo' pur geh'ulne reduc- tion Work .that .-would -coat yoli. ten dollars before.will1 bhljfytpsi you night dollars nb'iV. Talie adpanlage nf ilM'so exceptional coniiitlouE, and remem- formerly in-charge Lelhbrldse office, now .no-connection, whatsoever-With our practice. Dtntwirr We Prtctue It U a Geatle Drs. Bruncr, McLaren Nelson Crude AaerkaB Dtntutry PHOHE363 Ott Blk., 4 from ALiERTA AVtNOt't BLOCK. ;