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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY 11EIUI.D WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, TJ TRAIN HELD UP BECAUSE AUSTRIA HAD NO COAL PARIS, Aug. Orient Express, wKich runs between Pwls and Bucharest by way of Munich, did not leave on its regular sched- ule Monday night. The Petite Parls'en asserts that the departure of the train was cancelled because the Austrian government was un- able to Insure a supply of fuel for the locomotives ES the train pass- ed IhrcUOh Austrian territory. Crimes Committed at I.ille Re- veal the Inhuman Conduct of the Enemy TOQUIIIQIO. CAXMORE. Aug. 2C.-MUCU pro- PEKING. Aug. SO.-A L1LLH Friiice, Aug. wlnless tjvidenee adduced before the French military court'in- quiring iota crimes committed by the: gress Is being maintained by the Inter- national in sweeping the decks of the O.B.IT, element I" daring war with Germany at aa end will not be issued until tip treaty wUh Austria Is signed, it is announced. In lhi> meantime, (he govi'iuweut Is cou- te lak- coal of Alberta. The latent j smering .what measures annoXmceuuMit wade by them is that: Ihe Catm-.ore local has cow complete- j the ot lerritoriality.j ly cwitched over to iho u (5 declared, 0[ lucm. Most people- arc iu favor ot y It for listening to the vmoUoual of tho falso and Imprac- tical doctrine of prohibition, vrlitcu, In effect, is, leave the training of tho people to prohibition which will be enforced1 tho police departments. iho yecule from thoir emotional dreams, iuducinl by tho emo- tional propounding of such doctrine. t hejr real izo t ha I the home, church auu sUiool are the best and only de- pendable training agencies so far dis< covered. Mr liuU should not condemn the Moderation League until he more famtl'ar with its objects. One of objects Is to, reform ihe outlaws and criminals which prohibition has ,-S. Caildy, one of tbe special repre- of big organtiatlou. re- turned 10 ike city on Tuesday morn- ing from ihe Caiuuoro district, and ho n-yorts that n crowded meeting there. sUll determined not tu tho Ger- man treaty. Xo decision has yet been reached as to the Chinese toward proposals lor mediation re- moderation. The big public men ol tho world nro iu favor of moderation and advise against prohibition, The Intelligent Way To End Corns passed on Jacques and Martens. Von, Monday's meetffis u. in Canmore, -uu Kvinrich authorized the lawyers "Everyone is worn out by the pros-1 ,he tho condemned men to appeal to ent lensicu." Signer Tlttool j dows piimcil German emperor. While the appeal, uci. "This situation can not continue, was being irad? Vcn Helnrich, It was. The conference cusht to tiring t had been com-} terested party in a, manner to O.B.U., tho win-] very misleading, and can lie arranged lurga letters i to prove or disprove almost anything, tinue, i the organisation. On figures may have liocn obtained hings of Ihe present turn pt from the" blue ijoofc. as claimed, but ,._._____ shall mention a tew: lAvyA George yarding the signing of the German primff minister, of Great Britain; Mr treaty. The government, it is added. orio of Great Britain's Dig labor leaders; Wooiirow Wilson, pres ident of tho United States; Card'nu Gibbons, head ot the Catholic. Churcl In the United States; Samuel (lorn- pero. president of tho American Fed- eration of Labor, aud many others whom I could mention but for taking up too much space. These are all big braiuy public men whoso hearts iaro i'ti anything lliat is best for the people. Is the'.r advice not worth considering? Mr. Hull closes his letter with tho statement that one of my arguments ner responsible for the order of de- portation. Dr. Van Hc-rfcrnasy, resident of Fives, near Lille, told th? court that Cant. IIlQimen Leihlafre was respon- sible for iluj murder o! th? doctor's 19-ycar-oH con in' Tiu bvy was rEiyonette.1 oy a bou'er on tlm order of tbe canfau. -i 11 :locto.' 'testified further the captain the German governor c.f the German governor of were responsible for the torturing ot Trench youths ic German work catnps. Tho court is also enquiring into the case of Licnt. Ten Gymnitz, of the eighth chausseur of Travss. The. lieutenant is charged with the tempted murder of Abbe Hallinck' People's Forum BUDAPEST, Aug. ou the Danube has been opened from Kagenslmrg to the. Black Sea, al Trowbridge and hU Freuch, Jtaliati j ami American colleagues having sue-] in clearing a channel 150 yards i A FARMER'S SUGGESTION Dear S.r.-Oa account of the poo. the Alberta jails and ing of lls les before and since tne adoption o[ j thc lime has just about arrived for the people of bolh this formation oblalued from a goiern- allll ,ho gtatc5 lo take .men! official whom I to be d fo lhc riguls {rcciam nnd Absolutely reliable and wnose position lo pCOpie ]iviug in i or salary is not denendeut on prohml- i ti3u. As to the number ot men em- ployed on the provincial police force it i3 claimed that Information direct from attorney general's depart- ment gives the nunihor as 145 150 The eitct number is not stat- ed, it might be 115 to oOO. According to a newspaper report, at the last ses- Wide through tbe mine fields laid crops, of the past three or four the Alberta legislature during the regime of Bela Hun te-i raainly_ to drought, this has put the farmers ot Southern Alberta, up ftween I'ressburg and Baja. The ul QUUUIIMU -f mission which controls navigation oniasalnst a very hard proposition. Ap- _-, __: i n Tn Illfi cumber of men mentioned as_ necessary for ihe force was 500; be- sides it "was mentioned that an eslra Not by paring. Trial's a risky tnakeshift.and results arf brief. Not by harsh, haphazard methods made by non-scientific men. Not by paddinjj. Pads avt unsightly, and they simply coddle corns. Expert Methods Blue-jay was invented by a scientific expert. It is made by a house famed for its surgical dressings. It embodies tlie iip-to-date method, the right method of corn treatment. Apply it and the pain stops instantly. Forget it for two days. Kcmoye it, and the com is gone for good. One corn in ten may need a second appli- cation, but that's all. Millions of corns riave been ended in this way. Aching corns are unknown to its users. These are facts known to your friends and neigh- bors. It is time that you knew them. Try Blue-jay tonight. Stops Pain liulantly End Corns CompteleV ScicntUic Corn 25 BAUER BLACK, LIMITED, Chicago, Toronto, New York Makeis of Sterile Surgical Dressings and Allied WIRELESS OPERATORS GET BOARD OF CONCILIATION BRITISH STEAMER WAS DESTROYED BY FIRE fAllE. British .TORT ARTHUR, Out.. Aug. Tho Marconi Wireless Telegraph comr tanv has granted Its operators a, Voard of .conciliation lo adjust wage: steamer Ashantl has been totally de- griet-nces I stroyed br fire at Dakar, West .Africa, r-AlfoperatorsVere notified Tuesday [according to'a'message received by rnorninj: to "prepare to leave thei.-j keys by'midnlght tonight. The 5Iar- steamer Ashaiili, tons. company acceded to the_men's; request for a board of conciliation the strike was called off last night.! August 1. Secretary Crewson, .of Great long term of SO years or more, on the amortizing plan, at the smallest interest possible. This wouU enable the farmer to get rid of all his other, encumbrances, snch zs Lumber Companies, Machinery and Mortgage companies, etc., which are'always after the fanner no matter whether he has a crop or not- This would enable the fanner to to 150 men as'claimed, this amount of money divided amongst this num- berof men would seem to make Ibelr salaries raihEr'ilgh; it would be more with the salaries ot pro- ill keeping hibition agitators. The 'records nf Ih Lethbridge jail and-othijr j start on a new sheet, with the only one on the- west coast liability, towards his mortgage to th -i T i_: wlrch -Mr. Hull nuotes do not include any of the" convictions secured in Hie police courts of Jlacleod, Lethbridge, Lakes WIreles will be- gin negotiations with the company today. KNIGHTED IN 1908 I NOW IN WORKHOUSE a of afflu- JUDGE C. J. MICKLE Provincial Government, 1 that this would be tue best system to relieve the situation permanently, Medicine Hat or in any the.J.. P. courts in the smaller places for riola- teiiove, tions of the Liquor Act, except those who were unable to pay their fines who would be sent to the Lethbrldge t relieve lue------------ ABOUT TO RESIGN.I during these bad years, and at theljai! and which is a very small num- I 3ams liEC-the matter of irrigation, ber. so these figures have very littla S3, "Aug. C. could be unshed ahead vigorously, hearing on prohibition. _ If all people ence, popularity and public service, of ill-heal won him a seat iu parliament seventy y Is ..................._____._ parliament 1 seventy years of age, has just re- and a knighthood. Sir Luke White is turned from Rochester, Minn. He ending his days the inmate .of a has been a county court judge for workhouse infirmary in Driflield.1 the nnrlbern district, with headnuar- Cleve.r enough lo rise from poverty ters at .Minnedosa, for ten years. to if- itah.. will, it i throughout Southern Alberta, then we i'.ood, tender his resignation could fini! within a comparatively short prosperous.and content- ed Southern Alberta, Instead -of thc and strenuous conditions, in which the farmers find themselves j Mickle, n: is unders'-----, -----_. F- in the course of-a few- days because noted c.areer, injudicious invest-' rnents brought him low, and at the height' cf his political power he was forced' io confess himself bankrupt. He carried down wilh him numerous trusting constituents, and his liabili- ties of included in .loans from poor people who had con- fided .their1 all to. him. The shame of having thus wrecked the savings of those who believed in'hini complete- ly unnerved him. Now he is depend- ent on public charity, his spirit utter- ly crushed, and he Is one of the most pitiful figures In the norlh of Eng- land. EXAGGERATED REPORTS OF FIGHTING who have been ionvlcled in'the courts mentioned for the Liquor Act were recorded in ihe Lethbridge jail hlue Mr.-'Hull's figures would lock quite different. I heliove a large majority-of the True that these'projects.'wovld bankers throughout Alberta will agree wilh my statement thai it was the big crops raised'in 1915, 1910 and now. take a bis amount of. capital, which would soon prove an asset to the prov- ince, but vien we come to think of the Canadian government, -taking o lump sum of 36 million dollars, to across 'to build, a couple, of SALONIK1, Aug. Reports pub, dreadnoughts, I believe that it they lished in certain newspapers in Thrace, of fighting between Greek troops and Turkish bands were exaggerated, ac- cording to a statement marie by (Jen. Paraskovopoulcfi, commacdcr-in-chief of Greek forces In Asia Minor, lo the correspondent of the Balkan Journal. The commander-in-chief says the Turkish bandits In that region -were dispersed when sufficient Greek forces arrived. Tender sweet ready-to can do that, that they ought able to spare a few million, In puiling the West on a 'good and sound financial basis, when later such expenditure, vfOuU prove a great benefit to Canada In general. Another matter which'! believe the press should is the so called Supplementary Revenue TJix, that tha provincC'is imposing, on of over 54.00 for each quarter of a section of land. Bolh last year, and, this year I took up this matter, with our muni- cipal council, which In turn it up with the department of Municipal Affairs, but without anr results. It was pointed .out 'to the department that in view-oE the bad crops that we have eiperiEnced'inJhe past, that the farmer could not afford to pay this eilra tax, which makes it that after paying our own municipal taxes, wo still have lo pay the ex- tra tax. like if we did not have any municipality. This tax misht have been alright during the -war, but it should certainly be abolished now.. In- closing I that the'- th'ree car- dinal questions our Provincial Gov- ernment should take, op, to be of the greatest benefit the farmers of Southern are: lat_The mailer. of Provincialploans.. The mailer of Irrigation throughout tho SouUiem The taking of the Supple- mentary Tas. Trusllng that 1 am not taking, too much space in your paper, and thank- ing you in advance. Yours truly, J. A. TSAMEL1N, Hummerview, Alia, 1917 and the high prices received for ihe same together with the high price received for labor that was Respons- ible for the increaseil-mimbe-r of sav Ings accounts and the increased bank deposits, anii.l .believe will give the same source- credit for their prosperity oa Account ot tho prompt and full liquidation, ol their customers' accounts-when-due, am not Is claimed. We still have but many parts we have no crops, people who have had- a crop are finding it very difficult to-secur an extension credit-from their bank ers and ca make his claim for prohibition stam up "with the bankers and merchant as being sufficient seciirity-on wile to extend credit, I am sure his se vices for the purpose of securin credit extensions would be''.greatl appreciated by the people.who fin themselves-In tbe embarrassing pr dicament.mentioned, when the adv vales of prohibition can parade It u der false colors, and: bnvthe repul on belonging to other forces the an make it eland.up, but when it aced- under its arM empts to parade on its. own reput on it .doesn't go far. I-.can not believe that people are itting in-f value lor their money who MR. CALVIN REPLIES Alia, Aug. 10, IMS. Editor. Herald: Dear Sir, In a recent of the Herald a leller appeared over th signature of Mr. H. II. Hull, busincs manager of the Social Service Leagu of Alberta, In which there was a) array ot figures claimed to have obtained from the Dominion hlu booK together with statements whio purport to show that statements mad by mo in reference to prohibition a letter published In the Herald lime ago woro erroneous an mlsTcading fo the public. k I havo postponed Mi Jliill's letter expecting lo receive copy of same which he aaid lie wa I mulling to me-, but as I have not re When 4 Days Old. Cross and Cried. CuticuraHeals. "My baby brother had which began when he was atom iouf days old. It "mo in little pltnplea and ihen a rash, and he was cov- ered. He wis BO cross that hs could not sleep, "Th i a lasted two months before we Culicuta. ond via all healed oftei wt had ugid two cafces of Sop two boscs of Ointmenl." (Signed) Miss Alnxuia Youngs .Cove KIB. Use Cuticura Soap, Olnlment inii Talcum lot all toilet purposes. Fcf frre Mth of Catlenti Cinl and Tilccm Dtjl A, B. SoW they continue lo allow the aulocratic uate and drive them, the time Is not lie known as priceless treasures Eleven barrels of "jotatocs" foundi County ot Levis, turned out to be.full In the innocent looking rigs of two! of -whiskey, brandy and other hard EPT secret and special and personal for you is WRIGLEYS in if s wax-wrapped air-tight package. goody that is worthy your lasting regard because of its lasting quality. Three flavours, for all tastes. WRIGLEYS ;