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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST THE LETMBRIDfiR DAILY PAGE SEVEN I Trefe Depicts Horrors of Prussianism While His Big Audience Shudders Jf tho people of Canada needed any I spur to keep them keyed up to tho iitost till the winning of I It in being supplied by KUvin UKfiistunt to Herbert I Koo Pood who by hits fulsonn of tho Onnndlan 1 troops lit tlii front in showing that our boys in khalu over there are g an oxampla in patriotc sacrifice ioh wo at home cannot hope to Trefz has beon lent by the to Canada for that very I and appenranco on the Chautau qua circuit Is giving him an opportun ity to speak to thousands of Canadians His appearance here last I his second in was 1 greeted by round after round of ap Iplause showing how his appreciation lot Canadas efforts Is appreciated in turn by tho people of Canada Sets Pace Canada has act the pace for us ho If we can but do as well as Canada Is doing after 1 four years in the war we will have nothing to be ashamed Come on 1 Yanksj dont lot those Canncks boat his to Thats tho exhortation to lour men at the and I know they I are fighting better because the I Canadian Americas Forces When Trefz was here I last he gave us an Inkling of what the Americans wero trying to do Nil helping to win this At time he made the first announcement In Canada that American Last night he announced that by today there would be troops In a statement which was greeted by loud Speak ing of the American aircraft I about he there had been I many of its he declar 1 ad it was not such a failure as the world had beenled to Today I there are In Prance trained I American three machines 1 for each and 69 mechanics for I each an army in all larger than that of the when that coun I try entered the And the States lure prepared to do a great deal Out of the first registration of 1000 men the United States can send an nrmy of ncnvly tlmea ns many M thty haro already of her whole population she can send an army at and would have to do so to do as much Jn the according to top ulatlon as Great Britain has And she Is prapared spsnd one hundred billion doflMg Wf make the world a decant place to live in once Thoie are some things the preparid to is encouraged Infcer monster war program by the of her neigh the of the British and of the brave patient French who hare to the war cut of their Britain In this Jhe was presenting a such an the world has never seen had men on 37 Wat and never once a British line been Sacrifice Dealing with the food that he could say now what he could not say on his previous that for 27 months the people of Eng the hundreds of thousands of women who go down every day to work in tho shall factories and the nteol had not had enough on their tables to But that situation Is being corrected by the peoples of The alone In the past few months have saved from their own tables bushels of wheat to ship to the And in several states of the union it is a crime to place any wheat product on an American table until the new crop Is marketed on For those who have sacrificed the must have the best the earth affords he Dealing with Gorman the speaker declared that the war is first in politics and religion until the war Is The German hope Is to get our minds diverted from this main purpose as she had done in and had almost sue coeded In doing for a time in Qermany wants to get your mind off the main and unless you keep IMlltl Perfect for the Pipe keeping its rich moisture and fragrance unimpaired for any length of and burning slowly but these are the qualities which you will find in The Perfect Pin Smoking Tobacco Slice a fresh from the just when you want fill your pipe not too light up and you will enjoy a smoke of real Try City feint used fcf Wtr three million tro pic It will increase the dtrtngth of tundown folks In two weeks time in many In AA your Doctor or druj about Chautauqua Programme OFFERS JITUTEFDR Other than fl tentative offer from the company of a mibsiltni scrvifn consisting of n dally train on the Cardston and Coutta Hie conference between Oniuml Hnprrlii tondent Cameron ami IMsirln Pass enger Accent Proctor of lint and members of the Curd erod In tho same Others who volnod tlirlr protests wero Wellpr who spoke for the travellers who must cov er the territory In winter llrfon of who said Haymoml would Ship almost as much Rruln as year and Ogden of the Ray f have asketl to proceed to Lothbrldge nnd discuss the matter with Sir chairman of thn Board of Railway OommlRMonors wir ed tin follows Wire Mut ter taken up with company by PRISONERS ston and Raymond of trade jinond Board of Trade who sitid tho Morning Mother Goose Chautau Chicago Ladies Orchestra The War and the AngloJapanese Mina recently returned from Japan and Chicago Ladles assisted by Estello American your mind on the goal she will divert Horrible Stories And us though to fix that the speaker dwelt on some of tho reasons seen with his own cyea why Germany must bo why tho German people must fought un til they change their The Germans are capable of any atrocity you have heard about he and he proceeded to draw a word picture of some of those atroc ities which have come under his not and as he did so shudder after shudder ran through the Trefz spoke In his own masterly searing the pictures on the minds of his Hedescribed the first gas attack at which was withstood by the Canadian Me told of their horrible But their line was never His praise was It makes no difference what the Americans do those Canadians that day saved And then he wanted to know what Canada and the were going to do with the boys when they came Canada is being watched in this regard by the United States for Canada is going to do the will And in a magnificent peroration he pictured the triumphant return of the boys who have saved the world to when instead of Canad ians and British and Americans there will be a new AngloSaxon race that Will make for a new A very excellent musical program preceded Trefz giv en by the Gullotta Vincenzo Oullotta is an eminent Italian violin ist Ruth GreggGullotta is the accompanist of the and Miss Martha Cook is the Their entertainment is worth going many miles to Afternoon The musical program furnished yes terday afternoon by the who presented very finished and pleas ing was much enjoyed by a large The old and well known songs which comprised part of the prelude appealed to The1 performance concluded with the lec ture by Salem Bland on The Century of Getting That tho whole and Canada particularly needs to get together driven home by Bland in his startling There have been four great the which saw the incarnation the a century of fnedallsm and chivalry and the high mark of the Roman Catholic Church the when the universe was enlarged and comprising the time Ford and Service Of the Ford surely little need be Everyone knows its supreme Its reputation as a niostcarforthemoney automobile has penetrated to farthest regions and to all points of the This reputation has in no a lucky Excellent in design and long in as the Ford Car undebatably H never have won its reputation had not the Company back of it recognized how essen tial tieal Service to the buyers and owners of Ford cars was bound to The man paying oVer his good money for a motor car wants a not for part of the not for most of but for all of the ttina Aud the Fordowner can count on that No matter where he may what may he wllf find Service almostat his Instant any so and so ready that the response for help will surprise and gratify Realize every oily and in every town of any size in Canada is located a Ford It is the Ford Companys as i has been their no matter a motorist may he can find a Ford Dealer with a fully equipped Service Station to give him the assistance or advice he Ford Service Is a Service that is not a mere not a wellsounding very real We have on hand a COMPLETE STOCK OF REPAIRS AND ACCESS ORIES of Ford Cars and Trucks and can fill any orders on short FORD GARAGE thin morning resulted In nothing defin But was productive in rcsul i hi 1m pressing on the officials oi the roni pnny how utterly inadcqiiMte tho people of Southern Alberta consider tho proponed triweokly on tho Coutls and Cardston was this the case with UKpeople the Cardston line who sent i strong delegation consisting of Orlen am Ogden o support tho local hoiird in their protest against the figures Cameron in giving the com panys side of the sfateil figures regarding the traffic on the passenger trains on the Bouth showing that the number carried averages 42 to Ho also gave some figures show ing llio companys estimates of he along the Ilia whole argu ment that the crop prospects were not such as would warrant a continuation of the John Home then dealt with the situation which would be created in the business houses doing business with outside showing dis ruption which would result from the trlweokly and also mentioned tho fact that the of the trav ellers would bo greatly Strong Case Martin Woolf of Cardston marshalled the facts as affecting the southern and made many strong points against a reduction of the He summed up the whole and declared It would be a setbuck of grave Should Share Adversity speaking for the or ganized declared that tho should share adversity with the just as they shared the prof its In good He said that the farmers must carry on and prepare for next They could not rut down their expenses because there was a poor but must arrange to put in a larger acreage than ever next And the by continu ing the present should make it possible for the farmers to do rather than disrupting the established lines of The fanners cannot make money every and he thought that the in a farming community should he proposod service was getting bark to tho Turkey Trail Spoon er of the declared that the now service would seriously Inconvenience farmers in getting machinery repairs during the busy Gllmore said that loon firms doing business with thn adjoining towns In perishable goods would find themselves almost put out of j Cameron In reply stated that the company was sliro in its own mlml that it had done the beat thing from the companys economy being But he thought they might be prepared to substitute a daily mixed service on each line in place of the proposed Mar tin Woolf of Cardston strenuously op posed this Htirh a plan would give neither mail or passenger service that could he depended on and could not be Committee Appointed President of the board of trade then said that as it would be necessary to keep hammering away until a satisfactory solution was reach a committee composed Gilmore and Spooner of Lethbrldge Woolf of Cardston and OBrien and Og den of Raymond should take the mat ter in They are holding a meet ing this afternoon four The following replies have been re ceived from the wire sent by the local board of trade Monday Hall wired t have your message of 12th and of course regret very much that it is necessary for us to make these reductions to meet You are aware that we have not gone anything like as far in this1 respect as the Unit ed States government has already although we probably have as good if not betterreason for doing With thf American Army on the Associated out from fatigue and suffering from two escaped German prUonera stag gered Into the American lines north of tho They had escaped from a German pen after having been captured In the Marne fighting and It tbok them seven days and nlghta to work their way to TURMOIL IN BOH6MIA In Bohemia has resulted In the ex ecution of 74 Ctech soldiers and wholesale arrests In many newspapers of Munich and Dres den according to an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from The Hungarian garrisons have been reinforced and arms are be ing Public and pri vate meetings have been prohib ited and several newspapers have been while othars Are BRAVE ROUMANIANS JOIN ALLIED PONCE Rou manian officers have made the long Journey through Russia to join th6 FYnnch according to ah official dispatch from Prance flflys that one of JAoiitt a native of the trip to the Russian coast Southern California produces 87 f6t of all the lima lieiuts grown upon tho faco of thn The only other plnco whtMR limas aro extensively grown Is on the island of and only ahout a quarter of a mllllott bags of the beans a year are produced CURES E C 2 E MA Guaranteed and sold in by The Kenny Allin drug BANKQFMQNTREAL ESTABLISHED OVCM 100 YEARS Victory Bonds Victory other secu rities and important papers should bs kept safe from fire and Safety Deposit Boxes in the vaults of this Bank may be rented at a small HEAD Manager Proprietor of the protestant reformation anl the that of huinanitarluni reforms and Tho 20th century will likely be classed with them It will certainly bo the most marked by the most colossal of wars and yet perhaps the most glorious in a reconciliation and get ting This century may per haps see the last of war and a league of nations that will make war impos Bland spoke of he way in which Canada and the United States were getting together in this with the same though under different He even predicted a future com mon citizenship for the two and for saw a time when with jealousies and resentiments now out of Ameri ca would be the first continent to be the home o Labor and Another surprising get together has been that of labor and capital in a larger and more earnest general In proof of this lie mentioned the organization of a United States Wai Labor Conference Hoard that was able to reach a complete agreement on their report of the right of labor to not only to keep them in a fair condition of health but to supply reasonable Band thought that everyone was en titled to reasonable comfort and re marked that the day of the parasite was fast drawing to a even in In contrast to England where everyone is either fighting or Canadians are not yet heart and soul behind the sacred cause because everyone is not yet either sacrificing or working though that day is com Bland is a firm believer In de mocracy iu all things In in education and in Theao havo now been established and are the preliminaries to a coming triumph of democracy in in which the industrial unrest will be quieted by tlia right of not only to payment or work but to share in the control of Tribute to must get together and It will be a big problem for con sidering her mental and moral Bland appeal ed to born Canadians to put aside the idea that they are the only real Canadians and to remember the so called foreigner also earns the right to that The FiouchCanadians were tlie first to oarn the right to being called Canadians and at this Juncture ho paid high tribute to tho FrenchCanadians for many admirable Tho aim of Canada must be to give up the idea of one typo that will swallow the other und to try to get an ultimata result of a mixture of tho beat Those who have gone over tho top for Canada have died with her name on their We must capture UuU Blaml holds before him a 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