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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER DAILY PAGE NINE Sunlight Wash Days ii free Irora ihe toil and labour usually associated with washing because Sunlight Soap washes clothes beautifully clean and white without rub- bing or scrubbing. bejngthe cleansers- is kind to the last ever so much longer r-kind to the hands, too. Every .'cake carries the Sunlight guarantee ot purity.-''; Jut Many Deny They Were Other Than Sincere Americans KBW YDKK. net. Denials thai JFurlher Reports Issued or Treiilmeni pf Hrillsh oners In German Camps Dec. further reports have ipsuo'l by the government wlilch has bcon In- the Irealiiinnt of llrllhli prlaouors of war. Tlio hrfil dcale mpvfnly with Hie treatment of men wcro made hero today uy ii nuiu- pr of mini mehlionril In the "Import- nt lint tit-naiiiGJi" In tlio diary ol [iirl A. Kuolir, a German brought o America by Count" von llorustorlf, orniur fJennan aiubrtstiHilor. Tbla lary Introduced In evidence yes- liy department of )UatlM at the ployinent ot prisoners dheclly lichlnd the German lines, l.iko previous ro- porls. It IOJIK, shocking record of hrutallty and callous neglect. Kol- arc typical Ironi testi- mony given by prisoners who escaped to British or French lines: 'Several prisoners died of starva- propaganda in iho (Juliet) r lion ai RanicourL, NO STRIKE DEMONSTRATION SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. city, iQane of the'preparedness. day tragedy on July 22, 1916, will witness no strike dcmonciratlon next Monday on be- half -oj J. Prtooney, the principal ..bonib defendant, who It serving a life sentence In prfion. The' Igbor council last night tabled' a "resolution- under which Affiliated unions would fiave been called upon to render a decision on strike MAGILL MAY GO WINNIPEG, Deo. council ol tlio Winnipeg Grain "Excliaiigo lias nominated Robert secretary ol tho exchange, aa a representative of that'body to In connec- tion ivllh the peace. conference. I The Christmas Gift Vy, J Mabe thii tht happiest Christmas your family- ever I'l Kftd by giving a 1 "The Different'Plager-Piano" k IB the piano of the grpat artists wilH ihe'famoui wear- proof" alunrnnurji player action. It is the piano lhat anyone can play. It every claw of music at F it ARMSTRONG ato Gc Staler. LrtlEng a loiter written by uel UntenncJycr to Dr. ilcinrkh Al- jcri, Irioii commercial alucho of Hip jcrnia.ii embassy, rcgcmllng llip. uliEiF.c nowHiJ'ripcrB, Mr, "JJntcr- molytir diuracleiUeiJ the tiammunfca- tloii as being without taint rjf prppa- and said [nlifiilucLiciu ol the Idler Into lljo ulous." Dr. William Slicpherd, (anticr pro- fessor or lilalory iit Columbia Univers- ity, and; S. Grogscnp, former UnltcJ Staler federal juilgo, each fti- lils staunch Americanism 'tnt'l denied scnUincntB of iiro.G'crrn-jnUni. William UayarJ llalc denied lie ever "sat In council wltli Count von" Hcrn- and liix actlvitlojt Hiiiltccl lo tTudcs as a newspaper correspondent iu tbc employ of Will- Ilantloljjh Ucarol. The names on the list Proles- sor William Shepherd, Columbia Unl- vurslty; Hugo -MuenBler- burg, Harvard Univerafty: I'rofDsgbr Bloon, Columbia University; Dr. Kilmonil von Matli, Canibriilge Dr. A. Uricson, Xow York; Pro feseor, John ISurgCJ-s. Newport, It Professor Fugeno SmiMi, Columbta t t Professor 11. S. Sinborn, s i Vanilerbik Professor J. McDonalil, University Profcrisor F. Schcrville, Univerijlfy cl lifcago; E. C, ntrnardson, Prfncelon 'Diversity; Piofcssor Kuno Kraiike, Professor George Prlicelan Vnlvcrslly; rofcssor A. D. Fsust, Cornell Unlvcrs- y; Professor Mnrris Jastrow, Jnlverslly of Wisconsin; Dr. W. E. HichmoTnl; Dr. DavSrt filarr orilan, Ilcrkelcy, Calif.; Peter, Gross Slatoji federal Judge; Rich rd Bartliold, St. Louis; Professor ert DuBhncll Hart, liarlfprd Unkcis XaRel, Garrison York Kvcoliig "William Ranfldlpii Hearst, .'ork American; IJernard Illildcrj Kpw York Staale's Keltuifc; Elward A. llum- ey, York Evening iYeiler- ck. A.. Rchrader. New -York; EYank larrls) New Robert Journal, New York; Rev. father American _ Catholic' Icly, New Yort; ?Max York; George S. NTeV fork; Professor William. PJ .Trcnf; New York! he- deaiha cf starvation even rAorc nuniprou.-i. hei) I left about 150 itifji w'ero suffering frotn ipry and half of wcro living Bkelelona. "TJicro waB a lot of.filclinosa al tluppey, cauEed froca lack of food exiiuaure, )yo attcniiit WUE in ado to remedy theeo condltlotiB." In Terrible Condition J.argo o[ prisoners no ;er fit to work behind -the German lines wcro sent (o HQlUberg, Kasl or Trelon, In Prussian Po- land. A'wltncaaj describing ULC nrrl- of aljout JfJO of these prisoners! al HollsLerg early In October, bays they were rnostly slrctclicr casp-i, umli wero taken'to Ibe JiospJlaJ, but niauy, ot thOMO uenl lo Ihe camp vrero weak they coulj hardly walk. He saya that of 20 yearn loofce-1 like men 40 yearfl old. At Trelon, which h supposed to Iio a on tlio western front, conditions iverc even u'orEO. The place Wifs sun- poEed Lo accorainodalc -100, tlicm wcro about (liere. Thtro was but one doctor In attenclanco on Iho men, many of whom >vero iu a shock- .ing condition. One Bright Spot Only ono bright spot Is found In j the harrowing record. This relates j to tlie Jleynze hospital for the -itb German army, where, although short, prisoners re- ceive careful treatment and BilGijiute food, Including win on and r KRB- Tho second roport, which Is datej Ocloljoi- 2R, thai tbc conclusion wriH lhat evonifl In the oDmns! allaclied lo tlio lOlh army rorps point. to a deliberate iwllcy of vindictive-, definite purpose of 10-. iluclng Iho health cf officer prisoners. K Id a a I'l tbls Impulse sprang from auHiorJlk'3, and was tUrecleil by tlieni. Tlio war mln- lairy "nlorforc, for the alleged fnaeon lhat R had no authority over i the commander o( any Ocrnian army 'corps. The committee saya lhat this Bcenis a incro pretonso. SENTENCE 14 TO DIE ..STOCKHOLM. Dee. On tfct? pretest of having discovered a coun- Ler-rrvolutlflissvy plot, the terrorist illlco at MohJJcv lias Ecnlcr.ced 11 to death, according lo a I'etroxrad dlBjiiiloh. Among tho.-ie wen- d were Prince KrlftLoff, who was executed with two r.igtcrs, and tho I'l'lnce anil Prinecas Svlaloiiotk Mlra- MflWUEQWUH noAitn TUB u. a. s. GEORGE WASHINGTON, Dec. wlrelaw Lo tho Associated Wllaon'a third day at aea found him much Improved ID health. His cold It yielding to treatment and bis la re.Ued anJ much fitronger. It was learned that film starring a famous comedian was to be ahown during the evening on board the Ehlp, tho president 'announced lhat ho Intended (o be present, evidently anticipating tho entertainment wHh pleasure, ?Tu formal hare bwn held so far U3 It seetaa apparent thai platiB for the peace liaye been well Jali] out. MOTHER HUBBABD SHOE Flf BOTH 1HD HOTIHEli' HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? Tho Hudaon'a Bay Co. la gLring away a flW.QQ Bond for (he nearest M Solid Mihoftur or Walnut LonlpXVI. B MIS-MahoiVnj'orBlukWftliiut The Phonograph as an Educator ml 1 S. a of art, the McLagan PlynograpK in true Period is not "onl> something., that you arid friends can enthuse about, sorpetking gratify prdperly your own that you arid yuur fnenas can enrnuse aoour, sorpeining LU vwit 'Sluciited. and 'developed taste for the teflutiful in bpth art and -is man. :JKis phonograph is tne finest educator ever demised for folks.; If you Kovc i War Flour needs strong baking powder WAR flours are coarser and heavier than the flours you have been using for years, and these new flours require a strong, reliable, leavening agent. Egg-0 is pure, strong, Joutlc'ticling baking powder. Its first action cccurs'-jn the mixing bowl when cold water or milk is added. Allowing the dough to stand for IS or 20 minutes will give.better results, and when you put your war-flour baking in the oven Egg-O'will contihui to rise, and you will have no trouble getting light bakings. EfiG-0 Baking Powder You can use sour milk, sweet milk, buttermilk or tater with different and belter baking powder.- Powder Cb., Limited, Hamilton, Canadu Dec... standing has been reached between" the board of grain supervisory tor CanEiilii .and UID government'hi-'.'con- nection with the work of the'boarrf lor the balance of Ibc present crop year, that Is to nay, until Aug. prices on ho mnlntiitned and also the arraiigemonla In rcgofil lo the carrying The divisions of Ihe Canadn and the allies -.Till-also lie maintained. The Dominion neefls bushels of wheat for liome ciin- Eiimiilion. Further, ihe allied govern- nr.ems offered to buy o[ Ilour in Canada and'this Qttef'has liy onJcr-ln-coiiHcIl as n iiiaxlranml but as a Suf- must be rolaincrt Dominion 'or Ihia nurpo'c also, The In accordnncc v.'Hli .the Wheat K.x'inri Coni- imny'twyy or wcste'ri grain at (he, scaboard.willalsoliD until AUK 1Q13. for importing or of or o.iis must arciirert tiic lifcnsfnu of nnnr-s fins, barley nnj --yo. will cr be ifmtvcd altogether or p in the Hants' of the ruislinvi AH r-.dcra ami nqnlallcr--! oC Hit- luirtrri on other ninUcre ntd, ltd. The resignation of Charles Til. Schivab. as directorgcnural. of- Ibo, U. H. Ktncrgcncy F'lect Corp'otatlon was accepted by Prcslilenl a wireless menage from the trans- jpori C6orgc WEishlnglon to lloncc. STEAMSHIP t.. 1 We have list ot'call- Ings for December and January. Hcslrlctlona on. trnvol both havc_ hcou removed. I'assporlH only roquiroil. Call on us (or any informa- tion yon rii.ty t'eqiiirtf. HARRIS ROSSITER Phone HI2 120 Fifth SI. S. INFORMATION you know that its perfect rendition tnJ superior torn quality willprcrOida in your ovJn riometrat drielopment of taste forilie musical classics takt years of attendance at opera and concert to fully acquire. Trie McLagan -will play disc record made. In trie McLagan you are certain of theory stfeetert of mellow, full tone, due to fe delidtely- ad an, _ Phonograph sViaped sound cliamter, reproaucer M4 rucetp of co-ordinatiun in sound repcoJuanj pull. You .'ran VitK tlie regulator, conduct great younelfi tlie tone -Polume from tlie empUsB of to tkt gehde piaiiissimo, of a ODOU more 1 Made in True Period otinrtsiera true Aunt pmdfia of that as acceptable today as thity were KunJteds of Jeurs .FasriioneJ wilK md precirion of cfiftsmansKip in ricK Bloods, every joint ij perfect, every jiirfice u mirror, bduttfullj finiskecl in trta most modern bnti, cibineU ars (me of correct To see and Kcar tKe McLagan at your dealer's will a profrt- atle experience. Accept tto ai to cordiil irivitition to come. THE GEORGE McLAGAN PHONOGRAPH .DIVISION (The McLagan Fumihire Limited) STRATFORD CANADA AGENTS FOR LETHBRirxiE ;