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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTUBF.nXiK OAILt FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1DIU Alberta's New D. 0. C. T. H. JlcDDUM, C.M.O.. to rattrtv Irm lite 4ktrtet. MiHficUon has U to be Vr A, R t point of Tlew of popularity r few CuadLuL offlcpn Uut litiajr OaBecr. and ca Mooiay ha will aoubl- xtrh rousing rMepUoa from [V oflicsn and men. of the Slit fti will lone Musttv ti will mids to fcctaal lime o[ inlvfil >o (ill UOM wtib, to da so ma; MM nation, RttlcOTt Offlw It U 1 llmjuUr fact, but loea true, Gaasral hja rtrtllclty thin l-iar orVar (rom CaJurr wio pro- creriMs. Tbe writer well re- Ready for Christmas In Bakery, and Lunch Room. Please Order Your Christmas Cake NOW We promise you a real good We will also have the real thing in. SHORTBREAD. Special Line of Fine Chocolates For the. Christmas Trade. North Lethbridge Bakery HOME MADE BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY 4M 13th STREET NOPTH PHONE 1V7 a: thal'sall! When ft becomes fifeless, thin or loses iis dandruff ..jppeirs, or your hair falls out, a 35-cent bottle of delightful, 'TUnderine" from any will save your'hair ibo 'double it's beau.y. .Try and-secl embora In thd early daya ot Iho war hen'iho 31st was boLox recrulletl h? commanding omcer'a treat retl-' In swing a1' name In print. When 1 have accomplished, soiue- bac." he remarked on ono occasion. wLIf glvo you a elceich, of my areer; Tor the present there Is really othluf tfeal ba writ ton." Slnco those days In the (all of 1914 any man hts achieved fame on the itilefleld H Is Brigadier-General A. Unfortunately, however. to there being little- eald about 1m formerly. 1L Is utterly In.pofslHo o write anything worthy of tho Ion. II one aski an officer of his ate battalion, or any of the-rank and j for.a sketch or the ullnew of their hearts fi expressed n but a single sentence. It Is: "The anenl U the fluent mnu ihit ever roi." To secure anything like a umjiQ story Is out- of tho question, 'here Is only one Idea In their That "Bell Is tha beat oflcer that iar led bis men Into action" sums ip Ihelr thoughts and recoil ec lion j. Hailed With When tho official announcement, was made In November. ISH BT mtll- ary headquarters lhat the provisional appointment oE Lleut.-Col. A. H. Bell, general staff officer to command an ill-Alberta regiment for the Cana- lLa.ii Eipedlllonary Forco had been approved, It was hailed with delight >y all military men In tho province. 'or Lhe colonel was one ol the best inowa officers In Ihe west, and" ono of the best liked. His Inimitable imile always placed a subal- era at his ease, and bj- kindly word and assistance to helped cers in Alberta furlher up Ibo ladder of their military career. Hero Worship This has been Intensified to a de- gree during the past fire rears "over In fact It has developed Into a scrt of hero worship bj the offlcera and naen who served under him during the.great world campaign. And Jt be said .that he well merited their confidence for whon .here wag nny "work" to be done the O. C. vras on the spot him- self. It was his Indomitable pluck and bravery lhat endeared him to officers and men; In other words It was a privilege to carry out his orders no matter what they were. Ho was tbe officer commanding the 31st Battalion from November ISM to early In 19IS ho was promoted lo the the 6th Canadian InfanlrV -Brigade, and re- mained la that. position until just before Lhe signing of the armistice, when he was assistant to General Emery at general headquarters at Monlreuel. Afterwards he was placed In command 'of the demobilization area of WIMey camp. Bore Charmed Life Notwithstanding the faci. that ,the general was In every scrap In which the 31st figured, it is a remarkable fact that be was one occasion wounded. This was in the chest bf shrapnel In the neighborhood of Cambral in October, 191S. Ho waa vaunded while following .op his as- saulting battalion. For bij meritori- ous services daring the campaign, he waa awarded Uie C. M. the D. 3. O. general was born at King's Countv, Ireland, IQ Septem- ber, 1871, and served for some tp the 3rd Battalion Lelaster Regl- menc, and In South Africa with tbe Cape Mounted Illfles ftnd Cape Mounted Police.' He first'saw active in-Ica wILh tbe llatabeleland Relief BIG FIGURES IN PURCHASE OF WH. DAV1E5 CO., LIMITED. Sir Joteph Flavelle who-fcta dlapowd ol his eontrolUng In Iho Wm. Davies Co., Limited; Mr, E. C. Poi, general manaser (rlEhOi mado tho following alalemer.t on the truraction: "There ts no foundation what- ever to the rumor that tho Davles Company has been sold In whole- or In parl to lareo American inlereats. Tbe rumor undoubtedly lias its rise In the fact that nc-goUailoD3 have been taVIng place between myself am] a ffroup of aEsoclates on the. oce Sir Jossph Flavcllo on tbe other hand, (or tho purchase or Sir Jor-eph Flavelle's completa Interest in This company, which is now a controlling tateresL These negotlotions have now been closed, and a necessitous part ot the transaction Is a. reorganization. We have taken advantage of (ho reorganization to enlarge our American business by tho acquisition of a packing house, and also to provide cilra working capital. It will be our policy to list tho share capital of tho Davles Company on the Slock Kichange, and therefore an statement ot the affairs ot this company will hereafter be Eng.., Nov. veitlgatlons have bsen by a life saving society as to why deep- sea fishermen were not taught to swim. r It itited here an Inquest yesterday morn'r.g that, hot one fisherman In twenty could swim, and Inoulry at all the flthlng of England and Scotland revealed 'the astonishing fact tlikt'a pei-cenLitjc of non-isvlmmcn tx- all round. Tho-telltf among nihcrmin of all parts is that who knew how to swim only prolong tht agony of drowning. ELECTRIC UAHAYAYMEN ELECT OFFICERS MONTREAL, Dec. ins tho conclusion ol the business agenda of Lbo Canadian Electric Rnll ways' AMD- claticu, which was iu cession at (he Windsor hotel Wednesday and Thurs- day, tlic clecLlou of officers was held and tho lolloping Tiers rhosen. as the executive (or tho ensuing year: Honorary president, Col. J.r HuL- rtlus, Montreal. Honorary vlcc-presldepl, Acton Bur- rows. Toronto. President, A. Gabouray, Moutrcal. Vice-president, G. flordon Gule, Hull, Ilonorary secrelarj-trfriiurtr, A. E. Eastman, Windsor. Executive commit tw: Kldd, general manager, British Columbia Electric company, Vancouver; A. MoLImoat. vice-president and gen- era) nia-jigcr, Winnipeg Electric Hall- way; M. W. Klrkwood, Gait, Out; 0. L. WlJEon, Toronto; F. D. Uurpee, Ot- lawn; Jl. M. Head, Quebec; C. C. Cur- tlBs. Sydney, C.B., and Col. C. G. Hoyce, Toronto. If tha Industrial of the World purposo to have a ffghl with, tbo American Legion, we can aco where more thlppiDR TV LI I hastily needed to bear alieus to other shores. Angeles Times. ForcR In inn Malabelc Kebelllon., and fully earned medal given [or his services In tta.t campaign. With FlJ-st Yeomanry He again, saw active serr.ce In South Africa wllh the Irlah Yeoman- ry, and afterwards with his old regi- ment, the Lelnstcrs 3rd Battalion. Daring this campaign he took part. In the followldg operations: Opera- tions In the Orariga Free Stale, Feb- ruary to May, 1900; operations in Orange Illycr Colony, May to Norem- bcr 2S, 1500; operations ia Lhe Orange River Colony between November 30, 1SOO and May 31, 1902; operations In Cape Colony-. November 30, 1500 and May SI, 1902. On the conclusion of the war he received tlie Queen's medal with three clasps, and the King's medal with two claaps. Upon coming io Canada In 1913 Ihe "general become attached to lie Canadian permanent force, and at the time of his appointment 43 officer, commanding the Slit Battal- ion staff officer under Brlga- dlerGeneral Cralckshank at that time Ihe G. O. C. of this military dUtrlcL The general may feel his many'friends "and Ihe public'of Calgary Till give him their warmest support In his onerous duties as Ihe general officer commanding military district 13. WILL NOT JOIN TORONTO, Dec. G. W. V. A- ot this city will not join or a'ffll- lale wllh the Ualted Secretary J. V- Conroy, of the V. A. states. The terms bl representation In-tha league, where- by the G. TV. V.-A- would have no more in 'it' than- anr one of n dozen bodl'ea with a lower member- ship are not acceptable toMhe G. ECHO OF EMPRESS OF Passengers of Sunken Vessel Have First Claim Against .ihe.Sioreladt LONDON, Dec. Judicial eom- mlllce of tb6 privy council hcs versed the decision o[ the Canadian supreme coart In. the suit Involving the slinking ot the steamer Empress of in Ibe SI.-Lawrence river. The court gave.the, passengers ot the sunken rcswl the preference in the cllstribution ot the proceeds from the sale o'( Ihe'storstartl, the collier thai rammed the liner. In its decision the de- cided that the Canadian .FaciUc com- pany .shall'.share in tlic" proceeds ol the sale. JOHNSON DECLINES CASH-HELP Dec. S.-rWilHam E. John- aon, ttie Americaii'flntl-Mloon organ- izer, for irhom the Evenln? Ncirs opened a, testimonial Because OE injur- ies received In" a recent by the students, has written the paper, askiuf that the money thus raised be cent to hoapital [or Lhe Mr. Johnson, whose eye ivas removed a few days Ing satisfactorily, and will 'leave Lhe Borsing home loiuorrow. DONT FORGET THE LO.D.E. Dance IN K. OF P. HALL TONIGHT 9 p.m. till 2 Admission 50c Eact STREET CARS AT CLOSE OF DANCE 'Tape's relieves Dyspepsia, oraSourvAcicl, Gassy I. 'Sure! Food souring, gasv-iacjJaHj'! .Wonder what upsct-your stomach'? Well, don't rauiriyit you eat a Ublel or oE'Pape'B Diapepsin all lha lumps of intligesUon pain, the sour- ness, Iicar'buTn and Lelching of due lo acidity, wondor- v Millions o[ people know that it is needless lo he bothered yrilh IndiEes- liou, dyspepsia or a disordered stom- ach. A few tablets of Pope's Dfapepqln neutralize acidity and gire relict 'a.c. yaiuagl lluy a bor ,o( 1'apc's Diapspsin now! Don't slay mis- erable! 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