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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11. 1918 XIIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIERALa PAGE SEVEN Trefz Depicts Horrors of Prussianism While His Big Audience Shudders rr puoplo of Cunndn riccd'id any npiir to Ut'op I hem lioyeil up to Hk; Krorili'st oC iil) abJoiHH, (liu wlniilnK of thnwar, It in boliii; KUppllod by Hon. JClviii J". Trofz, assistant to Ilerbm-l i:oo,.-i;, r. 3. Food C'ontroUur. wlio by bis l'\ilsonio pralsi! of tho {'iinadlim iroopa at tbi; fi-ont i;t sliowint? that our boys In kliiUcl 'over tlioio' are hoI-Uhk an oxainpln in palrlotc Ha(;rill. S. In prepared lo do, r.nd r.ha is cncouraRed In her monster war j program by tho sacriflcM of hdr ni-igh-bora, the Canadians,' of tho British ( and of the brave and patient French , who hare glTon to tho war 7,000,000 ftut of their 39.000,000 population. ; IJritain in this war, he declared, was ' prosontlng a spectacle �ttch as tho world has nevor neon, "She bad ,1,-iiOO.OOO men on 37 war fronts, and never onco has a BrItUh line been broken." Cngland'c Sacrifice Dealing with the food (luestion, Mr. Trefz said that ho could say now wliat he could not aay on his previous visit, that for 27 months tho people of England, tlie iiundreds of thousands of women who go down every day to work in tho sholl factories and tho stnei mills, had not had enough on tho!r tables to oat. But that situation is being corrected by tho peoples of America. The (J. B. alono In the past few months have saved from their own tables 125,000,000 bushels of wheat to ship to the allies. 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 Sept. Ist. "For those who havo sacrificed tho most-, must have the best tho earth affords" be said. Dealing with GoTmnn propaganda, the speaker declared that the war is! first in business, politics and religion ! until the war is won. The German hope is to get our minds diverted from this main purpose as she had done In Hus.ila, and had almost succeeded in doing for a time in Italy. "CJermany wants to get your mind off tho main job, and unless you keep ToHelpMalw ;Strohg,Keon ^ Red-Blooded Baing used by over three million pro-pie annukby. It will increase the (itrength of -weak, nervous, tun-down follui in two wccli'ia were not such as would warraui a continuation of tlio incfu'ni � crvii-i'. John Home tlien doali with tlie situation which would be ni'aiiil in the business houses doiiu- Ijukuiphs with out.sido points, showini.' tlic disruption which would resuii from the tri-weckly mail, and also nicutioned llio fact that the schodub' (jf tli" travellers would 1)0 greatly disniii'iMl. Strong Case iMartin Woolf of Cardston n'arsliallod Iho facts as affecting tln^ Houili'-rn towns, and made many s'ro-ig ])oiiits against a reduction of tlio sorvioc lie summed up the whole i-.ili;a!inn, and declared it would bo a ."Pi-b.'u'l; of grave import. Should Share Adversity S, S. Dunham, speakim,- idr ilio organized farmers, declared iliai llio t;, P. U. should share advor.Mty wiili Iho farmers, just as they sliarod tho iirnf-itB in good years. He ilial the farmers must 'carry on' ami |iii!])are for next year. They oould not out down tlieir expenses lliorc was a poor crop, but mu:-i arranpo to put in a larger acreage llian I'vor next year. And the company, hy oo/itiiui-ing the present service, .should iiiaki! it possible for the farniors to do ijiis. rather ihan disrupting tbi' oJtal)ll.dit'd j lines of business. The fanuor.s (Muiiot i make money every year, and lie thought thai the compan>':; liiit-n in a farming community shouid bu coiisid- 1 liave asked Mr. Cameron, however, to proceed to Lothbrldgc and discuss the matter with you. Sir H, L, Drayton, chairman of the Hoard of Itallway f'ommls.^lonf rs wired as follows; "Wire received. ,Mat-tor taken up with company by wire." PRISONERS ESCAPED, (ued In tho same position. Olbcrs wiio voiced tboir protests were \V. D. King, Geo, JJ Wflllor v.tio spoke for tho iravellers who iiuijit ci^iv or Iho territory In winter; 'I', ,1. (r-| llricn of Raymond, who said itaymoud i would Hlilp almost as muoli grain usj last year and ,Mr. Dgden of llii- Hay-; niond Board of Trado who naid llu.' propoBud service was gelling bark to the 'Turkey Trail' days. !''. 1'^ Spoon er of llie I. fl. C. declared that (tio nowi .Mcrvice would seriously InoonvunionooI farmers in getting maciiliiery during the busy seaatnis. .f. Cillmorc| KtiUl tUat locdl /Irm.i doing luisiiics:-; Willi the adjoining towns In perlshaldo; goods would llnd themselves almost put out of business. Mr. Cameron In reply stated that the company was sure In its own mind tliat it had done tlie best Milng from the company's standpoint, economy being necessary. Hut lie thought they might be prepared lo .'(Ubslitute a dally mixed service tui each line in place of the proposed trI-Wcekly. Mar-Lin Woolf of Cardston strenuously opposed this .suggestion. .Such ii plan would give neither mail or pai'sengcr service that could be depoudo 1 on and could not he tolerated. Committee Appointed President JIarnocb of tho lioard of trade then said that as it would be necessary lo keep hammering away uiilll a satisfactory solution was reached, a commitlet! composee the most tragical, marked by the mos', colo..v.'!i rf i'votUerUood," rin FRICTION REDUCING MOTQR OIL MsJies a '/food car better^ Forthe Camshaft rr^HE action of the camshaft and timing mechanism I largely governs a motor's performance. Their proper action depends on effective lubrication. The oil used must be of proper body to minimize wear. It fluid enough to flow between the wearing iDarts. It must not gum and so retard the rythmic operation of the delicate timing mechanism. For best results it should be Polariiie. HITTING ON EVERY CYLINDER AND WORKING LIKE A CHARM There's music in the rythmic whirr of a motor that never skips or misses-that hits on every cylinder. It means a steady, dependable flow of power for any liill, speed or load-frictionless harmony with all moving parts correctly lubricated-results assured by the use of Polarine has the right body and lubricating qualities to reduce friction and minimize wear. It never gums in summer nor congeals in winter. It lessens carbon troubles-keeps down repair bills and keeps up car, Polarine is made in two grades-Polarine and Polarine Heavy. U is supplied in one-half, one and four gallon sealed cans, also in 12^-galion steel kegs, barrels and half-barrels. There' are also Polarine oils and greases for effective transmission and differential lubrication. Buy Polarine wiiere you get Premier Gasoline-at the sign of the "Red Ball." Wiile ui at Room 704 Imperial Oil BIdg.. Toronto, for Inltreiling toolilel on Polarlm/orAuloniohile Luhricaliun Ga.solinc IMPERIAL .OIL ^LIMITED BRA^iiCHES THROIMSHOUT.CANAIU ;