Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
DF.aCMnEH 7, DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN The Returning Soldier By H. F. QAD8BY, SouioUmY or oilier Iho and colonels whom I luto.'vtewed overBuaB (lu not vless' Iho rolu'rulng aolcllor with lllo crime arid ulnnn yolhldans al udllurg Whul they would say to mo waa substantially "Ileforo (ho war udjorljt'l normally rcmr hundred llioiuanrl IjmnlgrtmtB u year who liad in) Juljs and Jicji'i'l know wlioro (o go. Wo iliil I! wllh llllln Indigestion. Why Ihon alioulc) we tool alioul rc-aljsorblug Bay liuinlred thuuuoiKl of our own I'HIziiia who nro (iimillnr wllh lLo country and knun- Jual ivlicro they (IL As ii mailer o( net the atallstlci siu 3 tliado better than this estimate ol1 three hundred thotmnil. Tim furll.er tban Knslnniltiecauso a meriJ. cal board over 'Ilicris rcfuatil to let them go to luu war alluougli a medi- cal Loarcl licre iio objection whom 0110 hundred aud lire Ihoutand aro wllllne lo gP'ijhJIio laiid. tidy Ihonsand know where JoM, old or r.eiv, arc walllne for Iliein, anil 'one liuii- ilrfj and tlilrly-oiio Iliouionil are un- caituln -ail to their future. Bublrafl- lug Ibe (lioutapd from Iho llgiiri-K hi lnr-4 aiul Ihe knov.n (act thai we sen', four hundred and titcon Ihaafiqtl juen ive arrive a', .the concluilon that we re- uhgorbed some vovenly-lU 'thousand during Ihu course of Iho wtr and llicic, ol course, nrc jiut la ho coiieldDrcd as n now compllcallon pi iliq l.ihoi' urotj- J- TliU seventy-alx UinuiAnd congluu of wounded who have already hecn provided' iieaalona according to their rllsalitlfty and jobi according io to letUug Ilieni KO on llie pay roll, Ae one might expect, moGl of tho grouch- Ing haw coma from lhi> crocks wli'j value services to Canuda In lu- verse to Ilin hlood they were not allowed to Tlicy Imvo jc-aliEorhcil In one way or an. Dllier. In many i-iaes Johs have lieen made (or them. U KOIIIO ol them Hive no now II has not hecn tot lack or ivork ottering. Wo can wrlui tint account oil with Iho reflection that (lie re turn til loMter who illdn't In while the war way im won't til In any heller now that iliu isi over. TJioni will always tjc a certain minibcv wlio won't want lo work uUldoBO." 'ill Bet uiy on llie prlnclylo tlial Ibey did tlicir doesu'I tcis la good 'SHI name Ifeoeu t lie o (.'anndlan fltroiiK. Ic-.ii.n twcniy- vvlm-ij vJJJ stay thu war In Kuropj uu-ll gota and refuKCft Ij :-1ay tlnrn, a BpJrlt runs from iloivn 1) all t hliculd t'LQl lit least will elect of Inc a qllloi Kuroi safe for dc'.j'.ocr.ic VrlH they be Inck the hgmdrum wnys "f pi my pocket at Ihii iii w-rflloii from -Vjljr. adlan Heuu'ral pays, iiatdj until Hi" "J'-h I'Uiis In :i bit- nnil world nil then 1 "I view fine war himrkerl and ulghly-stx lliousaiul Can Iliey call, did not Bet any Vpryvery _f ew of rariely a -vacation or plaws} and consequently are wearing tli'emV jselves out and r (More. Money 6y "spending a little" in A Vacation this in the Pacific Northwest, BritiiH Columbia, and .Oregon, amongft its ever- green trees, its magnificent tcenery, onjtt; golf coursts, its splendid IiTa'Mild CUrnate rarely "goeibew 'freezing point, amid where the low'altitu'del 'mountain air, and sea breezes nerve 'force and increue frw Ulutnteft rt AMocUMco, Wrt Oatttvrt, L- O, nvo ini 3 I-IIT, .1 Can- juionjj oilier alarm Llittl tills; driu InR to a I ul [lul C.'anaiia jdoesu'l ico lhal Boiu'ral so long an hit once, or wool Ilirough tho IB a lu pli'ioi tlie Marsfil-1 ami that Canada qffCB tiem a ai auiocrac-y or Jlolshcvism, living cvor afterwards.. ConnlderliiK I haVa In inliid IUITI! young the half million men whom (.'auodii game-torts llmt I mw. I" London hos-1 ot iioacu piial, The rfret, tux-n'.yj ane yeara won ou Ihe Mehl-wiJ lii will] sUili wound, U was a. light u'ouml ami i-Jiwcied to he hack a'l Uu> 'rani in two weeks, but. hfllng a, counois'.uur in wouniJs, ho compUlnfd lhal llie .loclor clian'l cnl hllll HP enough :m'l wus Inltlne tho blamed thine hi.-al by flr.U Inten- tion, lie liau la the war folir years, having Bl'il'ix'd 'l out of a silence course :n MctJill at ihe sgu nl seventeen, and urmui up nlili It. I Whal will you il" ivlien ynti (n arms aro a very yercenlat'e Itidr.'nd. The iDiuiccJIatn firauitui (lie on hiindred'and (lilrly-ono leva leal HKhtlBB iuen, wiio will lie. coming bark lo Canada in (be next IweKe juoutMs. tbcni Ijc strong anil well and will strong IMCU'H ]obs, Sonin rj[ partially he only forty, llfty, ulity, clehty per cent, efficient, and will waul, Jobs to unit. Strong and n-eafc they have, aft willing heroes, the first claim on such suit- able Join as thfl renewed acllvltlcB of lieacc may provide. A small percent- age of them, horn ilrffters. will not waul to lift anything heavier than a.......... pay envelope Tor tlie remainder of 1 yearn (or. Canada si their natural Ifvixz. It we couM irjpt digest IhCflO ffcllowB before the war, cannot do It now. There ho honest pay tor honest work for tvery- body that wanla It. We may, I Ihlnk, cul down thai fig- ure of one hundred aud tiilrly-ooe thousand by Iwenty.flve thousand. My guess Is thai Ibere will nlvvays bp a goodly number ol Canadians v.'ho will not want to corac bach (o Canaila so J. "Illaiued if I! ny business. long as. Llicrc Is Eoldlerlue lu. Europe. Soldiering Is Lhclr trade. It their adventurous spirit. They like Uhe camaraderie, Lhe ojieu air, (he Jour- neylngs in Blranga lands, ,lho tumult of the juns, the throb o[ tho things-that go to ,up a sol- dier's life. As as-their Constipation Cured in His 78th Year With- tnt Drugs DJO you ever know apy-person win was permanently cureii or Constlpa- by taking drugs of any Mud? feem to assist Nature at tho goes on larger dose.s Ihe trouble be- time, but QH are necessary until cones chronic. Internal'. Itathlng' la the only real cure (or Constipation, it keeps, to 1 asii kmiw. This war i hope It never stops." It's dollars to donnlmuH (hat thn liculeaant won't long as -.1 In prospect The second game coiU. a captaiu, .hree wound stripes ou the sleovo ol lh tunic which liung from the bed- i lost, had reached Ihu m-ilate age of wenty-lhrce. He reckoned thai he ought'to''bo back In tlie show, in say a month.' The shrapnel liidn'l (lone harm lo Ills leg. although U might leave him with a limp for n little Dnousb, however, to Interfere with his work. He bad been a country school teacher lu Xbva Scntla bofqre Ihe war, hut the last Ihltig.lie sighe" to go back lo was school teaching.- "No he saiil. war good enough lor me. If I had my way.il would go on for keeps." The third of the nel shoulder, his. second n years of age, ho had had command of a thousand men and hail led them jnlo battle, lie ci- p'fessed hls-lnlenllon-s of taking up the college course iv.-Wch the war had broken didn't like to think ot going back to school again. "It'll a long lie complained, "before I get far [enough along in business to have authority over thousand men." The lieutenant anil tlic capUin re nr'esenl one. youth ol parts'whom war has spoiled to some eifent tor peaceful routine. The ma .......___ _ ......._.. _____ ______ jor represents .another vcsLcd In Victory loans, and there is young.man whom -war ha'u-handed Bolshevism .In Ibe relumed soL Corrtft itylf worn byvtll drclifd ycUHf tner. in otllocaliliti. Jjtce boot tr.tdivm IB or patent calf. Pritf, If.oofofio.oo. Plus Service at a Fair Price THE style illustrated above is one that is largelypreferred by Canadian business men especially, young nieti. It has the medium long vamp and narrow, somewhat pointed toe which j-ivcs the foot a slim and "dressy" appearance, jvithout being extreme in style. Those vrho like this type of shoe will find it thoroughly satisfactory in fitting qualities and a comfortable easy shoe to walk in. This slyle'can be obtained in several grades of black and tanl Tlic price range to considering the present leather market, istxlremely moderate, f Next spring a shoe of the same wearing qualities will cost from ten to twenty per cent more. It would cost more now except for the fact that the resources of this company enable us to cover our needs well in advance. A.HrM. War-Time Selections offer special Stnict Value far Men, Women and Children. Ask your dealer for them. AMES HOLD EN MtCREADYi i LiHmjk "Shoemakers io Ihe Nation" TANCOUTO But there is no Bolsnevisoi in Canada where 'over a' million pec-pie have in- ir Constipation, it keeps, the bigger job will-Rive ,itcr, who is on ir Lower Intsjt'ine frce'lrom all lor-years lo comeiwTlie major 3 prob- ;agaia In' ilatioa Soon the system per- pm is the more hopefal. 1'eace may j is only too to be back cone to'-" TWO CLASSES BONDS AVAILABLE; 7. -Two .classes otl 1918 Victory Boods are now available io subscribers casli. are: Itegislered coupon bonds anrl bearer bouds, Tlie tvo clashes liave been for- warded to the banks whore subscrib- ers miy obtain them. Fully registered bonds, ou Kblcli dlvldead is, payable by cheque, will be available lo subscribers shortly.] Co.. Parry Sound. been troubled with faring Us .regular functioQa. unaided, there 19 no' further ii'ouble. of Conger Lumber have Coostlpatlun lor the last 35. or rears, .and could not pass one daj-. without taking medicine. have 'J. B. TJ. Cascade, since getting IL 21'days ago, jrUh.von. recommend any dbrfu) results, person to use it." Dr. A. Tyrell, o[ York, arid perfected the "J. B. L [or Internal Balking, which today Iho only efficient of 1 accomplishing the desired reaulta. -tfr .'Tyrrell hag published an interesting book on Internul Batuing, Man oC Todav is Only 50 per cent which cari'oe hod 'tree for the asWne nl llie Red Cross Drue jMook Co., Ud., Lethoridge.; They also' Le pleased Lo show and explai the "J. B. L. Cascade" to you.-jA47t. not offer'hiin tlie.sa'mo consplcuons opportunities hut In.the long run, the 'orce characler which made hinl [ho leader oi a thousand mea at age ot is pound Jo ivin a big place in the affairs of pel'ce. If rhy calcuialioiis are rislit Ihe ro- turned.Eoldler problem.- slands tliis alrcad'- ah; sbrifed, ,ono flity-fivo Jobs in sight, eighty- for Peace, But HUBS Lem Bdfina ia Gkudr Kmy; OUR f-'elp NeTtr So Needed I Our f.nd Hie Belgian: fficot .With hunger and Buffering terribry lor of clothes ui4 shelter. tbouundi of holies Lave been blasted away! Peace to them means a cessation of rhe fnfhthil brutality o! the German solxHen; but more thaa that, ft ihatlhey are willan our reach, tbat their grateful Allies, can see thai they are provided with food and for the many that niust elapie before they can atari life afresh: Fix firmly m yobr mind that Peace not ni happiness and prosperity to Belgium, who first stood in tlie breach, and by so doing made this victorious peace possible, Help! HdpUbenHy! Maice cjfteqoei payable aad Mod TRAGEDIES IN JUCB YILLAfiB AlUBRESCDE hi if n lo r undvr Wv CHvfttM Act) Loca] CaHMHee, or ta 126 BELGIAN RELIEF COMMITTEE W. A. Buchanan, c-a The Herald, Altj., or lo 3t. Peter tirtti, Montrcif. thousand seven thousand gathered recentlj- un- der Ihe MIULnry Act to lie lis- bandeil 'before their rcacclul occupa- tions liave been scTlously iateroitttetl, anfl one hundred anil sU llionsaiid who will h'ave lo look round for something to 01 Llie orie hundred and sir lliousAnil lliousand will go back "lo college coiirses, learins ono hundred thousand io be "mtipiied yRrlQvis.'induslries ot their JPJO country. 01 the raunilioiieers employed In Canada, one-tourlh nrc women who go Lack lo women's jobs, skilled labor go back''.to Ihe skilled it held -before war wages Lemptci] U away, and unskilled or partially skill c'd Inbor'will relurh to tlie (arm, (be the "casual occupations which it came (rom. We hive it on Sir Jo.iepli FJnvells's a-jlhorlly f that th'e numLer or men directly .1 Keeled will bo one hundred antigen thousand. Thug -the whole unem- la one hundred thou- sand soldiers and one hundrej'and ten ihoiiaand unskilled er two hundred and ten thousand jobs ranted. 'In fncl l( Is no labgr prohlem at all for n country of Canada's sire, en- erpriso aud natural' resources. As fast as munition vJork letq them go gtlier spongea tlic iiundred am! leu thousand up and makes no ciilfy of snouging the other "hundred thousand up who may he cipccteil [rom cycry'industry In llio country clamgring for hands, wllh every enterprise of public or pri' vale improvement walling lo go Rhesd, w'illi the markets of the .world starv Ing' for the wares of'pcaro, ihere can he no labor problem in Canada su loirs is" men are willing Lo work for reason-1 ible The returning soldier has often said, 10 mo that Canada would look-good lo liim alter the1 balMe-lorlurert land; scapfi ot Malice and-Flanrters. Ilo sighs ior quiet blessings like prci-n trees and smiling will be surprised to find tbb volc-hunlers pic- hiring him aa a potenllnl Bolshevik who may slinot "he country up IT the GovcnimcnL doesn't hand over the people's money to rlclt manufacturers in order to pay him bigger wages Ilian he carnal Whal he wiinta is a fair (liy's pay for a day's 50p io the whlcli he does not fed. There is no llolsiicvlsm in Canada eicfrpl In certain newspaper TI they knock this straw man down In order to Jut'a "luartei- at the people" up. Bolshevism there may he in England, which Is close to the contagion in Ri there may he in Rtissla or tn where- Ihe pendnlrthv MTfnca BS tar toward anarchy as tl oicc dM toward anlMrftr.v, BolfhOTtim 1'hcre is tn any country in M-B for WAR-SAVINGS STAMP? It is a stamp for which the Dominion of Canada will pay you on January 1st, 1924. It enables lend noudl livings to the Government at rate of intereit Which accumulates 20 cents a year on eich invesied. A Stamp costs you if puichased in December, 1918, or January, 1919, and the price increases one cent each month after January. Canada's Pledge for FIVE DOLLARS Every man, woman and child in Canada should invest in War-Savings Sboapa all Ihe money that he or ihe can STRICT-ECONONtY. With W.-S. S. you can "build a boiM" at your own convenience, taking advantage of the unexcelled security and the high You are not lied doivn to making payments at stated times, though it is definable (o purchase ai regularly and as often as you can. Should you at any time neecf money, you can caih your W.-S. 5. at Ihe Post Office for the indicated surrender amount you paid with fair interest, By placing your W.-S. S. on the Certificate provided, and registering same, you are protected against lost by fire, theft or other came. Your registered Certificate is of no value to anyone but yourself. As an aid io the purchase of W.-S. S., you can buy THRIFT ol value ol 25 cents, 16 ol which may be exchanged (or one W.-S. S. IV.-S. S. Ofcu, BarJrt, mJ othtr tlaca displaying Ihe W.-S. S. sign sAoim at Ihe lop of this annarnamtiil, LOOK FOR THE SIGN.