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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. AUGUST THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY I1KRAL3 PAGE SEVEN Trefz Depicts Horrors of Prussianism While His Big Audience Shudders If flic people of Canada uccJed any i '.o keep them keyed up to the greatest ot all ubJcvU. the winning of the -war. U is betas supplied by Hon. Klwiu r. Trcfa, assistant to'Herbert Iloo.er. V. S. Fowl Controller, who by his fnlsojo.13 praise of the Canadian troops at thij ii showing that our beys In khaltl 'over there' arc set- an exauipla lu palriolc eacritlco which at lioiue cannot hopo to eq- ual Mr. Trets has been leal by the U. S. to Canada for thai very purpose, tmd Ills- appearanco ou the Chautau- circuit U giving lilm an opportuu- ily to speak to thousands ol Canadians weekly. His appearance hero last his second in LcthhrEdgo, was greeted by round after round of ap- plause showing how his appreciation of Canada's efforts Is appreciated In turn by this people of Canada. Canada Sets Pace "Canada liaa set the pace for us Auiericaus." he declared, "It we can hut do as well as Canada fs doing after Tour years hi (ho war we will have nothing to ho ashamed of. 'Come on [Yanks; ilon't lol those Canucks boat lus to II.' That's the exliortallon to lour men at tho front, and I know they 1 are fighting bettor because of. the I Canadian example." America's Forces When Sir. Trelz was here before, I last April, lie gavo us an Inkling of 1 what (he Americans were trying to do I in helping to win (his war. At that an army of men. nearly f times as many u hiyo already Bent, Out of her whole population sho can scud au army of 15.000.000 men, and would have to do ao to do much !n iho nar, according lo i ulattou as Great Britain, has dor.e. And sho Is pranp.red uoe hundred billion Jt6" make (ha world a place to Ure In ouca more.' Those ire the S. Is thlnss r.nit che Rticg uiei by million. p It Fill iatrtiie Mrttflli of iceilc. uerrous. lun-ao (oiks IP two weeks' time is pimr sliofti: your Doctor or 3t fist ibou! ir. Itimo'hc made the first announcement i past few monl I In Canada r that American their own tatti Is encouraged war program by the .sacrmcw of bors, of thq British and of the brave and patient French, who hare glreu .to the war t'Jt of population, Britain in this worths was' pecta'cU as the' world has never-awn? "She bad SOO.QOO men on 37 war fronts, and! never once has a British line been i' Sacrifice Dealing with (he food tiueation, Mr. Tred ffltd that he could eay'now what he could not say on his previous visit, that for 27 months of Eng- land, Mio hundreds ot thousands of women who go down every, day to work in tbo shall factories aiid the steel mills, bad not had 'enough on their tables to oat. But that situation Is being corrected by Iha peoples ot America. Tho U. S. alone In Iho tbs h ave sav ed from Chautauqua Programme 11 have asfced Mr. Cameron, mm-ever. to proceed to Kethbridgo and illscuss the matter with you. Sir II. L. Drayton, chairman ot the Hoard o( Hallway CoramlBsloneis wir- ed as follows: "Wire received. Mat- ter taken up company by wire." PRISONERS ESCAPED. Other than a tentative i-ifer from the company of a subMiui'-e sprvicy consisting of a dally nilst-d train on (tie Cardslou and Couits branches. Hie conference between Geiu-rul SuiierSti toodent enger Agent Proctor of Hie IV I1. R, ered In the earne position. Olhera wan voiced tht-ir protects were U. King, U Weller who syoke lor the travellers who cov- jer the territory In winter; T J. O'- Caineron and Ulsirk-t llrlcn of Raymond, who satd Uaymorvl would uhtp almost as rnndi grain K3 last year and Mr. Ogdeu ot lUe Hay-! and members of the l.eihliridKf. Card-. slou and Hayoiond boartli o! trade Jniond Board of Trwde who paid the this morning resulted in nothing deflu-l jiroposud service was genius back to I troops. night he announced thai I by today thore be 1 troops In I was greeted by loud applause; Sjieak- fffg ol ilio; American aircraft program, I about which, he said, there had been I many its failure, be declar- 1 5d it was not such a failure- as the 1 jrorld had been led to bellove. To lay I [here arc In France trained I American aviators, three machines I for eacii man, and 69_ mechanics for leach machine, an army in all larger I than that ot Iho U, S. when that conn- 1 try entered the war. And the States I tire prepared to do a Kreat deal more. Iflul of thc'first registration of men the'United States can send Thursday Goose Chau'tau- qua. Chicago Ladles' Orchestra; lecture, "The War aud the Anglo-Japanese Dr. Y. Mtna- recently .returned from Japan and Russia. Concert, Chicago Ladles' Orchestra, assisted by Rstcllo Hays, American Soprano. your mind on the goal she will divert it." Horrible Stories And then, as though to fix that ____ ,........Jes bushels' purpose, the speaker uVelt on SQUID of of wheat to ship to the allies. And in j tho reasons seen with his own eyes several states of, Ihe .union' It Is crime to place any wheat product on an American table until the new crop1 Is marketed on "For those ivho have sacrificed tho most; must have the best the earth affords" he Dealing with propaganda, the speaker declared Ibat the war is first In business, politics and religion until" the war Is won. The German hope .is to .get our -blinds diverted from this main purpose as she had done In Itussta, and had almost suc- ceeded tn doing for a time In Italy. "Qermany wants to get your mind off the main job, and you keep Perfect for the Pipe -delicious, handy, .economical, keeping'its-rich :nioislure and fragrant: unimpaired, for any [englh of time, and burning slowly but frcelyr- _these are tlic qualities which you will find in Masten The Perfect Flag Smoking Tobacco SHcfe'a pipeful, fresh from the when you want it, fiH your pipe not too tight, light up and you will enjoy a smoke of'real satisfaction. Try it. V TW why Germany must bo dDfealed. ivlijr ihc Germai! people must be touglit un- til lliey change their government. "Tlie Hermans arc capable of any atrocity you have heard about" he declared, anil he proceeded lo draw a word picture ol some of those atroc- ities which have come under his not- ice, and as he diil so shudder alter shudder ran through the audience. Mr, Trets spoke In his own masterly manner, searing Ihe pictures on llio mititls ol his audience. He. described the first gas attack at Yprcs, which was withstood the Canadian hoys. lie told of their horrible BU tier his 3- lint their line was never broken. His praise- was eitravag'iint. "It-makes no difference what tho Americans miles to hear. Afternoon Program. The musical program furnished yes terday afternoon by the Giillouu Trio who presented very finished and pleas ins selections, was much enjoyed a large audience. old and' wel' known songa which comprised, part p the prelude appealed lo performance concluded Tvlth the lec- ture by Dr. Salem p. Bland on "Tin Century of Gelling Together." Or. Bland. That tha whole world, and Canada particularly needs to "get together" waa driven home by Dr. Bland tn tits startling speech. There have been four great centuries, the first, which saw the incarnation; Ihe T3th, a fuedalism and chivalry anil the 'Infill water mark ot the Roman Calliollc Church; the. 16th, when the universe was.enlarged ivnd comprising tha time Ite. But It was productive in result? in im- pressing on Ihe ofllcials of the com- nauy how utterly inadequate ihe people of Southern Alberta consider tbo proposed trl-weckly servite on the ConUa and Cardslon Ilnoe. Imperially was this the caso will; people of ihe Cardston line who seut ;i strong Delegation consisting of Martin U'oolf, J. O'rten and Mr. Ogden i support tho local. boiuiJ in ihetr against Ibe jservh-e-. C. P. Mr. Cameron in giving iho com- side of the case stated figures egarding the traffic on the passenger rains on the south Hues, showing that tie number carried' J2 to 2, He also gave some figure.1; show- ng the company's .estimates of the rops along the Hues. Ilia whole argu- ment was tliat the crop prospects ere not such as wouhl a ontlnnatlon of iho present John Home then dealt the ItuaUon which would be treated in the business bouses doint' business vith outaldo pofats, showing the dls- aptioa which would -result from the rl-weckly malt and also mentioned he fact thai the schedule ol tint trav- ellers would be greatly disrupted. Strong Case JIartin Woolf of Cardston marshalled he facts as affecting the southern ;owns, and made maay strcag points igolnBt a reduction of the service. He summed up the whole situation, and le dared 'it would be a set-bark of import. Should Share Adversity S. SL Dunham, speaking (or ihe or- ganized farmers, declared lhat the C. R. should share adversity with tho armers, just as ihey shared the prof- ile lu good years. He sr.id that the must 'carry on' and prepare ;or, next year. They coulil not cut down their expenses because there was a poor crop, but must arrange to put in a larger acreage tlian ever next ircar. And tho -company, by continu- ing tho present service, should It possible for the farmers to do this, rather than disrupting (he ltn.es of business. The farmers cannol make money every year, anil he thought that the company's lines in a farming .community should bi> cousid- Ibo 'Turkey Trail' days. y. K. Spoon er of the I- U. C. declared that ihe new service would seriously ini-onvcnleni-'e farmers in getting machfuery during the busy seasons. J. Glltnore -aid that local firms doing buaiue.-s with the adjoining lu perishable goods 'Would find themselves almost put out of business, Mr. Cameron In reply staled that the company-was in Its own. mind Unit It had dohe Ihe best thins from the 'compauy's standpoint, economy being necessary. Uut he thought they might be prepared to substitute a dally mixed service on each line lu place of the proposed Mar- tin Woolt of Cardston strenuously op- posed this suggestion. Such u plan would neither mail or passenger service that could be depended on and could not be tolerated. Committee Appointed President Marnoch of the board of rado then said that as it would be necessary lo hammering away until a satlsfaclory solution was reach- ed, a coimaitlee composed ot'Messrs- Home, Bawden. King, Gllmore and ftjner of JiClhbrtdge; ot Cardston and Messrs. O'Brien and Og- den of Raymond, should take the mat- ter in! hand. They are holding a meet- ing this afternoon at four o'clock. The following replies have been re- ceived from the wire sent by the local board of trade Monday: firant Hall wired: "I have your message of 12lh August, and of course regret very-much that it is necessary for 'us lo niabe these reUucliona lo meet eiisting, conditions. You are awara lhat we Lave not gone anything like as far in respect as the Unit- ed Slates-government has already ive probably have as good if not bolter reason for doing so. With thf American Army on the Vesle, Aug. 13- (Associated out from fatigue and sutferlnfl from hunger, two escaped German prfsonera stag- gered into the American lines north of the today. They had escaped from pen after having been captured in the Marne fighting and it tboX them seven days and nlghti to work their way to TURMOIL IN BOHEMIA London, Aug. In Bohemia has resulted In the ex- ecution of 74 Czech soldiers and In many ralde, newspapers ot Munich and Dres- den aay, according to an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from The Hungarian garrisons have been reinforced and arms are be- Ing confiscated. Public and prU vate meetings have been prohib- ited and several newspapers have been suppressed censored. BRAVE ROUMANIANS J JOIN ALLIED FORCES Washington. Aug, Rou- manian officers have mad-j the long journey inrough Itussla to Join the fYench army, eceoidinff to an ufiiclal dispatch from Trance today, vdilch says that one of them. Ursul- eanu, a native of Transylrania, made the irlp to ihe coasl on toot, Suuiheru California produces pef cent, of all the lima beam grown upon the face of tho earth. The only other placo wli-eit; ttie extensively groiva Is mi Hie island of Madagascar, aud only about a. quarter of a mllllod bags ot the beaus a year are Ihere. ECZEMA Guaranteed and sold in Lotbbridget by The Kenny Allln Co., Ltd., drug- Advertisement. BANK-OF-MONTREAL ESTAHUSHtU OVEM 100 YEA Victory Bonds Victory Bonds, other secu- rities and important papers should bs kept safe from fire and burglary. Safety Deposit Boxes in the vaults of this Bank may be rented at a small charge. Ford and Serviee i tlie Ford Car, itself, surely little need be said. Everyone knows its value. Its reputation as a niost-car-for-lhe-money automobile has penetrated.lo farthest regions points of the compass. This .reputation has been, in no Excellent In design anil lonf.in as tho Ford Car undebatnhly It. it could; never have won Ha fopMiiUtbfl tod bacfc of It recognised how tlal Real Service In Die buyers, and owners .of Cars wan bound lo be.' The man paying over his good money for a molar car.wants a not (or of Ihe'tlsas: not for most of bul for all of ttio lime. And tho Ford-owner canjCount.on that! No matter wnero he what difficulties ht ;may cncounler, ho .will-find Ford. Servke altnojl'at his Instant nny rate, so fnd so ready lhat the response.for help .will and gratlty him. Realize every oity and In every town ot any size In Canada la located a Ford Dealer, II Is tho Ford Company's hofisi, as It hus.bsen (heir ambition, fhat, no whcrt fl'mo.torlat may tcnr, ho'can find a Ford Dealer with ft'fully equtnped fjcrvlco Station ilo give lilm the assistance or advlca he wants. f'ord Scrvlco li very real thing. a Service thai Is'nol mere slogan, noi a t We have on hand a COMPLETE STOCK OF REPAIRS AND ACCESS- 4ORIES of Ford Cars and Trucks arid can fill any orders on short noliw. ORD GARAGE C, C. McCREERY, H, E, ol the protestant reformation; anfl the thai' ot .science, ImnianUariuin reforms and emancipation. Tho 20lh century will likely be classed with them; it; will certainly be the most tragical; "marked by ine most colossal of wars and jret perhaps the most Ciorlqus In a reconciliation and get- ting together. This century may i liaps.eee ihe last of war and a league of-nations that will malt3 war imr sjbie. Bland spoke of the way In which Canada and the United Stales :were getting'together in this war, wilb Ibe same aims, though under different flags, lie even predicted a future com nion citizenship for the two and tor- saw a .time when with jealousies resonliinents now out of sight, Ameri- ca Vbuld be the lira I continent to be the home of friends. .Labor and Capital. Xnbther 3u rprfs In s "get (og et h R r'' as teen that of labor and capital in larger and more earnest gcnora' ajyV In prbot of this he mentioned the rganizaffon of a [fnitntf Sfafes labor Conference Hoard .lhat was bio to' reach a complete agreemen: n their report of the.'right' of laboi r not only to keep hem In a fair contlilion oE health hu supply reasonable, .comfort, Dr larid thought that everyone was en d to res sonable comlort ami re marked that tho day of Iho nar.T ras fast drawing to a close, even In Jarinda. In contrast to England where iveryone Is either fighting or working are not yet heart and sou jeblrid the sacred cause becaus ivoryone la not yet either sacrificing IT working though that day Is com Dr. Bland Is a firm believer In da mocrac'y. in r.ll thiugs; In religion, i education and in government. Thos 0 now been established and nro th prelim I nar if to a coming triumph o democracy Jn industry, Jn which th industrial unrest will be quieted b Lhs right of labor, not only to paymet for. .work but to share in the control o to French-Canadians. too, must get together an It will be a big problem for her, con altering her physical, mental raorril 'obstructions. Dr. Bland appea lo horn Canadians lo put asltte th aMhftt they are Iho only re; Canadians and to remember the 9 called foreigner aJao earns (do W th'at'title. The Frcnch-Canadtsi were the first lo earn the right being'called t'anadiana nnd at th Juncture ho paid high tribute to I! for many ftdmlrab Tho aim of Canada must b to" give.up the Idea of one typo th 1 swallow llio oilier ami to try ultimate result ot a mlxluro ill the beal qualities. Those who hav ift "over the. top" for Canada hav died wllh her name on Ihclr Ilp3; v must capture thol uplrtl. Dt. Bland holds lieforft him it hlg iAeffi-to? Canada nnd for ihe.tlm who'll "R will grow together with dlfferericea 'tt Chrlstia conMry lhat includes all religion, when! llborly and unity Will bo cxn ed and with room for II 20th concliidcfl1 Blan "bo on6 In wlilcb tho 'feel br, ma though bruised nnd bleodlnffr w presis nl last fu the cool green soil the -if Tvotlicrlioo4.w Makes artood car For ihe Camshaft i THE action of the camshaft arid timing mechanism largely governs a motor's performance. Their proper action depends on effective lubrication. The on used must be of proper body to minimize wear. It must.be fluid enough to flow between the wearing parts. It must not gum and so retard the rythmic operation of the delicate timing mechanism. For best results it should be Polarine. HITTING ON EVERY CYLINDER AND WORKING LIKE A CHARM There's music in the rythmic whirr of 4 motor, that never skips or hits on every cylinder. It means a steady, dependable flow of power for any hill, speed or less harmony with all moving parts correctly assured by the use of Polarine has the right Ixxly and lubricating qualities to reduce friction and minimize wear. It never gums in summer nor congeals in winter. It lessens carbon down repair bills and keeps up car. Polarine is made in two Polarine Heavy. It is supplied in one-half, one and four gallon sealed cans, also in izj gallon steel kegs, barrels and half-barrels. 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