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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Sunlight Wash Days A Sunlight Wfljh Day if free from the toil and labour usually associated with washing because Sunlight Soap washes clothes beautifully clean and white without bing or MPJUU1 PAGE NINE being the purest of all cleansers is kind to the they last ever so much longer to the Every take carries the Sunlight guarantee oi Try SmUgkl for your LEVER BROTHERS Torino L But Many Deny That They Were Other Than Sincere Americans NO DEMONSTRATION SAN scene of the preparedness day explosion tragedy on July will witness no strike demonstration next Monday on be half of Thomas the principal case who Is a life sentence In Thetabor council last night tabled a resolutionunder which affiliated unions would have been called upon to render a decision on strike MAQILL MAY GO council tho Winnipeg Grain Exchange has nominated Robert secretary of the as a representative of that body to go overseas in connec tion with the peace The Christmas Gift Above All Others Make this the happiest Christmas your family ever had by giving a if mtzttran fik The Different PlayerPiano M la the piano of the great artista with the famous weatherproofand wear proof aluminum player It is the piano that anyone can It puts every class of music at your instant It provides a constant source of pleasure for the whole family all the LETHBRIDGE SHOWROOMS ARMSTRONG RAWORTH HARRY ALEXANDER DISTRICT MANAGER War Flour needs strong baking powder WAR flours are coarser and heavier than the flours you have been using for and these new flours require a reliable leavening EggO is a double acting baking Its first action occurs in the mixing bowl when cold water or milk is Allowing the dough to stand for 15 or 20 minutes will give better and when you put your baiting in the oven EggO will continue to and you will have no trouble getting light EGGO Baking Powder YOU can use sour sweet buttermilk or yvater EggO a different and better baking Efg0 Baking Powder Canada NKW Jioy possessed proUonnan sentiments uior to Americas entrance Into the war mndn Imni today by u iHini bor of IIKMI iiiPlilionnd in Ihn Import ant if iiiuiKiH in Uit diary of nrl a Unrnmn Aincrlfa hy llount von orrnur Oorrnan Thlai llary wan Inlrodund in cviilouco lord ay by of justluo an1 tit tin i nto German propuganda in tho UiiiUicl finrdiiiK a written by Sam unl tiiilprmotypr to Ileinrlch A1 tbon ftonininrcinl of the Germuu rcgnnllng iiur c of any JTnter molyer diuracUirlzfid the coninuinica tlon us beiiiK without taint of propa ganda and said tho InlrftductloJi of tho letter into the proceedings was ridic William former pro feHSor of history at Columbia Univers and Voter former United States federal each as sorted hist atanneli and denied sentimentx of William Bayard Hale denied he ever sat in council with Count von Unrn and declareil hin activities were to duties as a newspaper coirespondpnt in the employ of Will lain Randolph The names on the Profes sor William Columbia Uni VcrHlty Professor Hugo Muonstflr Harvard University Professor William Columbia University Kilmoud von Now York Pro fessor Professor Eugene Columbia University Professor Vatiderbilt University Professor University Indiana Professor University of Chicago Princeton University Professor Kuno Harvard Professor George Princeton University Professor Cornell Univers ity Professor Morris University of Wisconsin Richmond David Stan Gross StatoB federal judge Rich ard Louis Professor Al bert Busbnell Hartford Univers ity Charles Louis Oswald Garrison New York Evening Post William Randolph New York American Bernard Now York Staates Zoitung Elward Rum New York Evening Mail Freder ick New York Frank New York Robert Freemans New York Father Anierjpan Catholic New York jMax New York George New York Professor William New JPurther Reports Issued on Treatment of British Prin oners in German Camps further have boon Ipsuod by the government which lias boon In vestigating thfl treatment of British prisoners of The first deals mainly with the of men captured durlnft the spring offensives of and relates largely lo the em ployment of prisoners directly behind tho German hike previous re it a shocking record of brutality and callous Fol lowing are typical cxirncts from testi mony given by prisoners who escaped to British or French linos Several prisoners died of starva tion at Later deaths of starvation be even more When I 150 men worn Buffering hadly from dysen tery and half of thefn living j I There was a sickness at caused from lack of food and No was mnde to remedy these In Terrible Condition Largo numbers of prisoners no i longer fit to work behind the German lines were sent o Hast or In Prussian Po A describing Hie arri val of 300 of those prisoners Ilollsberg early In says they were mostly stretcher and taken to the but many of those sent to tho camp were weak they could hardly He says that boys of 20 years looked men 40 years At which Is supposed to be a hospital for disabled while working on tho western conditions were oven The place sup posed to accommodate there were about There was one doctor In attendance on the many of whom were in a shock ing One Bright Spot Only one bright spot is found In the harrowing This relates to the Deynze hospital for the 4th German although many supplies were prisoners re1 eelve careful treatment and fulminate Including and The second which Is dated October says that the conclusion was reached that events in the camps attached to Ihe 10th army corps point Id policy of ness with a definite purpose of ro1 duclng the health of officer Is said Ibis Impulse sprung from responsible Gorman and was directed by The war min istry did not for alleged reason H had no authority over the commander of any Gorman army The committee says that this seems a more SENTENCE 14 TO DIE On tho pretext of having discovered a conn tgrrovolutinnary the terrorist committed Mohllev has sentenced persons to according to a 1etrograd Among those sen tenced were Prince who was executed with two and Prince and Princess Sviatopotk Mirs WILSON NOTTOOSKK TO SEE CHARLIE CHAPLIN ON BOATIT1 THR OEORttt wlrelati to th Associated Wilsons third day at found much Improved In His cold M yielding to treatment and Ms toict Is rested and much When it waa learned that film starring i famous comodlan WAS to be shown during evening on board tho the president announced ho Intended to be evidently anticipating tho entertalmntnt wtth No formal conferences hold so far as it seems apparent that plans for the peace negotiations have been well laid FOR IT A MOTHER HUB8ARD SHOE PI USE BOTH BABY AND MOTrlFlT HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAM The Hudsons Bay Is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest IOCONT under standing has heen reached hetwoen the hoard of grain supervisors or Canada and the government in con nection with tho work of the board for the halanco of the present crop that Is to until The fixeil prices on hi maintained and also arrangements in regid to carrying The divisions of the wheat between Canada and the allies will also be The Dominion needs bushels of wheat for homo con tho allied govern ments have offered to buy tons of flour in Canada and this offer has heeii accepted by orderincoiiucll pot as a but as a Suf ficient wheat must be retained in Dominion for this purpoo The unnnfjeinents in accordance with whkh the Wheat Expert Coni imiiy or receives westen grain at seaboard also he muUitqtqei uiuii Am for importing or oxporllni of wheat or oats must be but tiic of nuck barley and will etn er be riiucvod altogether or placed in the names of deiiart All f dors and rosulaikjw of hoard on other 01 will 1c I Tlio resignation of Charles as Emergency 1leet Corporation was accepted by President in a wireless message from tho trans Goorgo Washington to the White STEAMSHIP Wo have a largo list of gall Ings for December and lUislrictlons on travel both wjya have been Passports only Call on us for any iuiormu tlon you may HARRIS ROSSITER Phone 1412 120 Fifth INFORMATION Adam Maoftany Queen If Mahogany or Black Walnut or Black Walnut The Phonograph as ah Educator uca S a tfork of tKe McLagan PhpnograpK in true Period Designs is not only tU you and friend can entKuse something to gratify your own i and developed taste for tKe beautiful in bptK art and musicit pKonogTapK is tKe finest educator ever demised for ounger If you n Phonograph jou know that its perfect rendition and superior quality will provide in your own home that development of taste for the musical classics which otherwise would take years of attendance at opera and concert to fully The McLagan will play any disc record In the McLagan you are certain of the very sweetest of full due to its dtlicrtely shaped sound generoussked reproducer ml nicetj of coordination in sound reproducing You can With the sensitive conduct a gjeat orckestra changing the tone Volume from the emphasis of the to gentle pianissimo of a spring What could be more educative Made True Period cabinetsiare true interpretations of those eternal pftaefrles today as thfe of years Fashioned precision of craftsmanship in rich every joint is every surface as finished in tKe most modern McLegan cabinets are true examples of correct To see and hear the McLagan at your dealers will a able Accept this as his cordial invitation to THE GEORGE McLAGAN PHONOGRAPH DIVISION TKe McLagan Furniture Company Limited STRATFORD CANADA Anne Mahogany or Black Walnut Louis Mahogany 13 i i BAWDEN AGENTS FOR tETHBRIOGE ;