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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1016 THK LKTHUIillKJE-'DAir.Y HRHALU1 PAGE FIVE DR.I1ETI sAVith Great Fury Ho Lashes Govt. For Terrible Blunders jj For His Altitude Calgary, Aug. and start- was tho denunciation of tho war a department and incident ally R It (J fieuiifltt, made by King's Stuff W Kctmt J. W. C. Smith, D.C.M.. when lit? spoke nl the Kilties' Ijstml concert s the Princess, Uteuiro lust Might. Me poured vitriol on UK- department and tho western DemosUlftiuiB: hmi- basted on behalf of life comrades tho j HOBS rifle; ho described how Ocn- Sam Hushes clc.irofi from the Held of action when shells full in his vicinity all the wlnic tin- MK crowd cheorotj him to tho action, it WUK was pulling down the wall that hud hidden secret ctmmbor BO long. King's. Serfci. Smith is an old sol- dier. Hnro fire of hfs utteran- ces: we went, to Air. R. lit. Ben- nett to ask- in'm to got, tho returned veterans :t land he said; '1 can- not do it, autt moreover, your services have been >wid for.' Ilavti the men who have laid down their lives for Canada been paid? "When wo told him that the debt that Canada owed her suns un the field would never he paid, ami that the only way to prevent the returned aoldlera from becoming paupers would be to issue land script to them, -Mr. Bennett asked how the railways were to he developed without land'grants. We asked Mm how we wen to go on, and Mr. Dennett said the work done fey the C. r. R. in bringing in immi- grants was incalculable. "Where are those immigrants now? In tho intcrnmout citrons. Vet the boys, your boys, who paid for the price of this land with their blood, are being denied thn privilege of tak- ing up.that: which they have defended, while the Itohunk and the German is being given the preference over and above the Canadian retnrneil sol- dier in that they are given tho priv- ilege to file by proxy for supposed to- ne relatives over on the other side of the line, and when I an proving on one fjuartnr .section lie is proving on a full section. Why, we lost 7S in one night, and the mother of every one of those sons is every bit as good as a man of the rank of R. B. Bonnet. Dare R. U. tionnoU fauo'tlid'enemy.-punaloii or no pension? Ho Is showing cow- imliiro when lalkn no, "Lot uvory' man show luj is entitled 10 the stars oil his shoiildcii-B lie- fore ht> piila thorn was another jlbu, "General Alderaon rosy from the run Us, and his fault was Unit he weeded tile HHeloHS ones out. Why, I kept a truck specially for tho job 011 taking them back to lluuon. Thoso wero men who had thoir crowns ami HtarB given to them by the while the men who proved ShuniBi'lvet: came from ranks. did Hughew do when throe shells fell nuar him'.' llu jumped in his car and said to the driver, 'Boat and he dfd. The Paper Shoes Then (he speaker, who up to his subject, and was followed with interest by the audience, went on t" describe how when the first contingent landed in Franco they trod a strange soil with paper soles; It OH' limy had to steal the Ejifiuld i riflos to imike themselves effective: 'bow hia comrades died with tears In their eyes at (.he anguish of having their rifles jammed: the thousands of good equipment that woro hurut instead nf being sent back for: use here, so that eastern manufac-1 turci-ii. could maky a good profit on j further supplies; how some of the j shells, through the cap not being pro- perly fixed, would not explode, the nordite being like sawdust instead of In strips; and dozens of other things. He could have kept tip all night, and was necessarily disjointed because he crowded too much detail into too {short a time. "When ask Bennett why we l could not get the land grants or some other arrangement, he said that he ronlii import as good citizens ns. j Where the border. Bo- hunlts and Germans I suppose. J hare nothing to say about the true-norn American. Over 130 of them along with us laid down their lives for your freedom. "Three men went down to the land office to see if they could take up any land, and they were they were no good because they were cripples. They were cripples in defence of Can- ada, and. far better than that cold blooded skunk down at the land of- fice." Then some detail as to the Hessian government talfJng into Canadian munition factories returned veterans because they could be trusted on the work, and the scandalous treatment the men received in Quebec when they the streets. The speaker made a teiiing-pomt when (JR said the boys would and do to th piy. in Quebec what Wolfe did j ,ia. j gone by. They All Like It Boys and girls like Io buy rlicir ice cream hove. Take :i lip from llit'in. They k'now. Empire Confectionery M. BEATON, PROP. In our new parior beside the Orpheum. Alias Liilie Mitchell isivfeftin friends and relatives at How Island. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Gordon and fam-19 ily are spending a week with relatives in Raymond. WEDNESDAY MORNING "1 PI More Closes I A Store Closes j L 1 j Ju i J List of Specials of Supreme Importance for the Final Half-holiday Selling I Half -holiday Specials Boots Shoes Marked Low 1 Half-holiday Specials in I the >Dry Goods Section I I for Half-Holiday Specials' f ,s Dicsscr ScarlK f Ladies Patent Button Kid ,s DICSSCI IS by >4 ni i mi Scrim scarfs in -pure ulillc I'iMilar Aflg, j n n Very stylish with Froncli heel ami IS tee. All sizes. Regular 8 9 int-hes unit Rqgular 51 -Wednesday morning chys -hemstitching. slfehUy pointed ___ __ So.OIJ Wednesday morning Special, pair OQ r' piure lililte Hitiilar Tie. A n B I Boots Wgdjie'jdai mofiwtk Drawn I unch Cloths jjj 40 in lug ulth hand drawn work. j J Ladies' Patent Pumps for yac j Weill I imr'li r'liillju comfortable fitting, iin SIZCB.. JjlllUM I.-IOIIIS -negufcir 13.50. To clear. (ho rtft W ffi'ul-'r Vice I "-I morning. Bair Wednesday morning. Jpl.OD g ClliJdl'Cll'S WllltC CilllVaS Hand Bed Spread Hoots in Button Style "2 by 90 inclH's with 2 inch hemstitch- Irl button style. Size 8% to Reg- II Housefurmshings I I I Reversible Japanese Straw I Mats Size 36 by 72 Inches. In all colors, j liegulitr fiiic. I Halt Holiday Special, each Heavy Quality Brussels Stair Carpet In mixed shades ot green anit fawn 1 color. Ronular yard.. (1 1Q I Wednesday morning, yard___ if Dolls 1 Large SIM. Greased with knockabout 39c 1 I head. Regular 50c. Special, each su tncnes wnn 2 men nemsiiLcn- j fl OULIUH siyi'i. to Keg- II drawn work. IS inches wide, j -g ular Sizes U to 2. Regular 12 Ollly, ElianiCl KcttlftS I Y -Regular pnc'n..Botha'-'.referred to, the stir up a second rebellion. Persona were going about the country secretlj swearing in'.others participate in the inpyenient. TKougli .the propagan da might b'e of little consequence, i caused .him great grief, as there were still some rebels' Jn GonT Botha 'declared the stronger men -behind "rthe-1 movement should be of themselves. A s'econd would never succeed and wojild only blacken and harm the Afrikander people. Referring to. German East Africa, Gen. Botha said iho time was near when the whole of the ,.qeixtral-railw._ay; including Gen. Smut's hands. BREAD Most Fb6dv Known; Also Cheapest j. ,No other fooS'-edmfiiiies' Hie ties soinecessary; to nourish the body.. It contains far and' strength than the meat 4'nr the relative .cost is five times Igss. .7 Bue-jhm! this is a vital fact which the housewife should..heed carefully can possibly be better than it, .GJood flour should lie milled from only the finest, choicest wheat, should be spot- lessly clean and pure. Norn atter how cheap any inferior flour may be, it is false economy to purchase and bake .bread from such flour. It represents a saving of a few cents at the time at the. greater expense of the human sys- tem, sooner, In other the brnly .'cheated out of (ta deihinds for proper mcnt f One Reason why so many housewives emphatically that their grocers; deliver Ogilvle'a Royal House- hold Fl'pur Is that, it always Ve'de-" pendedJiippn .for (teliciously-Kavorud Tda'ves of full food Fall Opening Sept 5th Garbutt Business College 411 EIGHTH St. S., LETHBR1DGE' Demand and Supply For some time now'lhe'iiemantf for Office Help his greatly exceed- ed our supply. We'are therefore' offering to worthy studentt the op-1 portunity of paying'rftr" their tuition from their own earning! after graduation. number will be accepted on thii Credit Plan, NIGHT Thursday evenings, 7.30 to 9.30. DAY present we; are running on' special' summer hours, 8 a.m. till 1 p.m., but on the data of Fall Opening we will revert- toj-egular school hours, 9 a.m. till 12, and 1.30 till 4.p.m.' For the week commencing August S8th, in addition to the preient hours, the Office will be open till 5 p.m. forinquirers. 1 ''-I M. FISHER PRINCIPAL OFFICE PHONE MIS. RESIDENCE PHONE 1531. MILUNERY A Cordial Invitation is Extended to Everyone L and J. 1 k 1 k r, j jf r i i J ;