Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATHIDAY. FEBRUARY .-DAILY IIKIIAU) PAGE NINE NKW realj "American" hero, Chief Little Dog, twenty-four years olii. a member of tho Sioux tribe and Corporal Snow, in hl3 outilt, the Infuulry, re- turned from Prance today ou tbe (leorjo Wtuhlueton, untorlunatelj without. It la asserted, tha Crolx do Guerre be BO gallantly won by au er- plolt In Iho Verdun sector. One wintry evening In 1818 Cor- roral Snow was oil outpost duty wheu his ibarp eyes delected four bocho soldiers tarrying a. machine gun toward Ibo allied Hues. Enow dropped one and brought Ihe olhera inlo cauip at tho point of Ills gun. Clilet Uitlo- Dog halls from Ne- braska, but ho was u fireman on tho Norfolk Western road when -wai -broke out. Coming over-on-tlio Irlp lie roel another corporal from Nebraska They began to' talk about tho achieve menu ot Uicir.State. It all Icil up to a llillo game with Iho Ivory cubes known in American slang, as "Afrlcai golf." All breaks sccinei) to lie In favor of tlie other fellow. At last In order lo retrieve bis fortunes. Few Drops on a 10 slory was told. Chief Litlle Vet. layed for hi. war cross and lost lhal. Ho 1.5 going baci. to work on the lorfolk Western a little wiser .Itlle InBlantly stops piln and they i lit right off wlln fingers. tiny bottle holds the wonder of wonders. It contains an almost magic- el drag called freoione. It Is a compound made from clljer.; Apply n few rtropa of .Hits freczonc upon a'tend- er, aching corn or a hard- r-ncil callus. Instantly the soreness disappears and ifcortly you will .find corn or callus so shrivel ed-atid loose that you just it off with the fingers It' doesn't hurt one liele. You feel no pain or sore ness .when applying freez one or afterwiirda. II doesn't even irrtt'alo lh; skin. Just ask 'iti any drui storeTor a small bottlo 0 I freezone. This will cos y'but a few cents but wi positively rid your IKK EUlfcfing fcot cf evary hard corn, sot or corn between the toes, or th tough calluses on bottom of feet. Keep a liny bottle on th dresser, and _nevcr let. ft (corn ach "SOLDIERS" FIRST" 18 C. P. R. SLOGAN Troop trftloi with returning lop dlin m to b> siren preference all otbtr Iralu, tncludlni regular pUKCjfr trains on Ibe C. P. n.. lo u.fir >i consilient with safety, accordiui U a circular juEt Issued by A. D. MacTUr. Tbli i lie mil en the 0. P R. our tM'.tn vert hurrying to tbe front, nd ft to bt tae rule now that they retumlnf to their homes. "Vfliat li particularly ajs tlie cir- cular, "Ii ttat all officers and ea. ployeet concerned aball. In so far at "Milbli. place themselves in the- poll- Hen of Ibo molhcr. wife, ffla- or other relatlrt ot the relum- ing soldier, and deal with them u itier would wlih to be dealt with under ilmllar conditions. "All Ibis being It will add aubslanllally to tbe wel- come Ibe company desires to give lo returned toldleri, aa welt as to tbt comfort and convenience of relative! ind friends' who dMlrt them." In order thai reliltvss and frleudi desiring lo meet Iroop trains should have InformatloQ as to the hour o( rrlval very particular InUructlona re given. "SUtlon staffs." Bays the Irrulnr. "al destination polnls aliould e fully and promplly advlted of tbe. xiiected time of arrival' ol troop ralua. with all particulars available s to lha names ot tteatnsblps rom which the puaengen and other known dfltotli, Tbis Germany Responsible fpr Musi of III-WML in The Tar East I'AltlS. Feb. I'ressl senior u's position al Ihc conference. Alter outliuiDg the main facts in itio bis- lory of the 20 .years, siutc llio t'hiuo Japanese war, dcfcriuin; Uer- many's efforts to establish herself ii Hie Far East, ainl KiviiiR in stmif de- tail tho claims of Japan to the I'ecilic Island groups located north of Ibt equator, Ibe statement says; Germany souElit to stir up ill wil. in Ihe Far Eusl after the penetration of Maucliuria by Ihe Japanese railway under Ibe rigbt eranled ny tlie 1'orts- mouth Trtaly. She the most ot Ihe more or less mistakes made by both Japan and China In Ihe course of Iheir diplomatic and com- mercial relations." After oullingmg tlie successive sur- renders by Japan In Ihe interests of lieacc after Ihu Chinese war and the waiving of al! money indemnity fol- lowing the war with llussia, llio btatc r.ient cornea up lo the taking of Tao from Germany afler Germany had refused lo acccin the ultimatum of Aug. I'J, under which Japan de- manded thai Germany vacate Tslnf- Tao. "Japan is now pledged to return in China this harbor and' port built with German money, together willi ttie territory of Kino-Cbau, which For Constipation CarterY little Liver Pills will set you right over night, Purely Vegetable Pill, Small Do I e, Small Keb. Th.- tiie soldiers' overseas rei line that emativeb Carter's Iron Pills 'WIUrestorecoloTtothe faces o! thotw who lack (ron in the oloodi M moat pale-faced people do. STATEMENTS ABOUT ABEROEENS REFUTED At the meeting t? committee of the .SV.i lie wetulive iul Council of tafce in the house during th'-' j present session is inillcatc-'l by a long I Hit of fiuestloiia informa- [tion from the government on the? Uijbjtft of soldiers'employe! by it. in by Cupt. Robert j The longest question reads: "The-! names, classilicalion. dale of eiuplay-1 iiient. saliiry, by svhoru recommended, i ileyartuient in wltli-h empluyoii, of all soldlfrs empluyc-J by the government during 191S; also, how many ot, theie were employes ot the government be-t ilorc enlUlment. and what was the i salary and classification ot each lit i time of enlistment, alii what on Jjin. In witli tins. ('apt. Pear-! son aU'O asks iuforiaalion on the I of emp'ovcs in liie [irovineiil govfriimi-ul on January l' last, male and feiuute, number of appointments joi litilli i" IK'S, number ot dis- mlEsals ami resignations, how returned soldiers In the employ of llio government on January last, and how many appointments ot relumed foldiei'i iii J91S. j More Questions j KDMONTON, Keb. number of j nutices of molions nnd questions sub- in the legislaluro Friday by ot the opposition and others We have never heard of' anyone who regretted changing from some other Coifee to Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE But we have heard of a great many who were sorry they did not change sooner. In Ja, 1 and 1 punnd tins. also line ground for Percolators. Never solil in bulk. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. 203 followed the proceedings, says that I (here was at. uo time any disorder or 1 signs or violence. j Hunt spent Sunday In uU cell, tliero j being no bail forthcoming. Ho ts be- itveeii and 5U years of age and lias lived in this district, for a considerable [time. He is a former justice ol the peace and ftawe guardian ol the dls- Urii-i. He lived on Iiis farm his 'wife and a young girl who served as a [domestic. t On Tuesday of nest Women of Canada lul.l in Kir.-jston over to the on January 'J, mil'. ..UKlilsive evi-1 ment ileneo was placed before the members whleh proved lhat nany statements! that have beea made iniblic, ana wliicll bavo retloctea adversely upor. tlie diaractcr and work of, ixini anil Lady Aberdeen during tht'ii tojaurn in tho I'niteJ Slates, have iicen 'entirely withoul foundation. Tlicir work on bclialf of the mer Capt. Campbell, of lioc-ky Mountain. to know ho'.v many patients there are in their nationalities and how returned are ial Diipalch to Tbe TOM ELD. Alia. Keb. W. ivi'i-n- Hunt, a farmer and old-timer of the Tofleld district, was arrested Saturday evening at his farm, a few miles west ot lown. by Constable Smilli. ot Ihe itice, It has been common talk about town Information In their enquiries. li the operation C. P. B. trains, tbe troop train IB be considered flnl. In tna event of a trala. locomotive breakdown the road, the1 locomotive wblcn can be made most quickly available..even If from a rr.gnlar paaaenser t'rtin, Is to lie used to handle troop train, so that It will Incur tie kaat Clean tiled waiis and floors with Old Dutch- In fact you'll find Old Dutch is best for cleaning anything that's hard toclcan throughout the house. Besides, it's more economical than soap or any other cleaning material. Old Dutch Cleanser Every Security HolJa.should have (Ail Ncio Booklet than a fair division in this work of development. We realize that a great change has taken place in the dealings of Hie nations to be represented" In Ihe league.ot nations. If that league is lo be of any value its rules must prohibit selfish aggression, eiplolta- tion and discrimination. We seek no territorial indemnities and ask only friendly co-ope'rallon and the mainteu- 5 i treated lie also waiUn similar infor-ifor several days that an arrest was malion'relating lo gaols. conicfflnlateil. It was learned thai Crawford Slratbcona, will j Hunt bad sold his farm and everythmt! .bowing all docu-Upon it for cash. On Saturday after- noon he vr.-is En town and made enquir- ies at the railway station with regard to train connections to Montana. A number of citizens, upon hearing this, came to lite conclusion that some- thing should be done, and demanded that the man should be arrested. Constable Smith proceeded (u .the Hunt place, followed by several auto- mcbtles filled with citizens who were resolved to see the arrest maile. At tho farm the constable took Hunt into custody and brought him back to town. The escort, augmented by other citizens until it numbered between Alfred Noble, a young farmer, of Uennick township, ivas fatally crushed by a falling tree in bis brother's bush, near Durham. Insomcia Cured Without Drugs j Internal Balhing Relieves th? Cause; tho war was because, in ms opinion, conviMioi all such -funds raiAd should be de- o[ lhc Acl. voted exclusively to more definite wai j work, and no evidence' whatever in any way impugning the honor or integrity rf. Lord and Lady etc., together with names and under section I'J 60 and TO men, gatliered at the police barracks, determined not to leave the once of peaceful relations." Referring lo Ibc Marshall and Car- oline groups of Islands as peopled by wild and practically savage tribes, Ba'ron Maklno says: "Wo'clnim the right lo occupy tlieso islands for purposes of peaceful de: velopmetlt. A national sense of dig- nity inspires tho whole people ot Japan to Hie conviction Ibat any olher dlsposilion would be a refleclion on us and the handing over of the sup- ervision ot these islands', ivoujd be a just recognition o'f what' wo rendered ln: maintaining tKe com- merce of tbe Pacific and asstsilrfg our allies In Ihe Indian Ocean and tha Mediterranean. We contend and shall Aberdeen." Only the expenses necessary for the raising ot this money were deducted from the contributions. Lord and L-ady Aberdeen paid their personal expenses out of their own private funds. i Lady Aberdeen had never sent a letter from a woipan of an enemy country to this or any olber Xalicnal Council during the..war; but on the contrary', she had written -to warn those to wliom a letter" had been se'nt by the president of the Austrian Council through an-officer of a neu- tral council lhat they must-take no action; upon it. en Lady .Abe: in a theatre on bel ti tha' continue to conlend that Japan should sarne control tbe islands north of tho equal- Tbaw. Itiibes inhabiting islands pend upon the development civilization, a development which Jap- an most certainly -will not retard." .0 speak .._ ________ 'Liberty Loan she refused lo do find ing that she was to appear on the stago with Sssblt or and thai Ihe fulure of Ihe ;wild must de- ot Ifcclr Willnrd Dalrymple was killed in- Mantly by a switch engine on the Essex-Terminal nailroaclt Walkerville. "War Loans, Resources Progress of Canada" Steamship Information Direct bookings to the Old Country, Scandinavian, Ilaltan_ uml French points. Frequent Ballings. Al. lines Passports are required. us, we irill help you lo get them. Ton can now send tickets to your friends in Great Hrjtnln, Scandinavia n mid French poiuL'E. Phone'or Write for Information. HARRIS ROSSITER Phone 1412 120 Fifth 3t. S, Tlio British assistant provost mar slial states that Jxml Aner deen left Iho United States tor Grea Britain entirely ot their own volition They were tlio honored guests at man Importan functions "to the time o Ujeir deparlure. Both Ixiril and Lady Aberdeen hav done a great deal Lo promote a belle feeling between llio United Stales an Groat Britain by their many publl speeches ou nclialf of tho allies. This information was given to Hi executive committee iti letters telegrams from the office of Ih BriUsfi assistant provost marsna sool until they had seen the prisoner en Is. A number o! olher notices of ore local nature will lie proposed on uesday. cut Samuel Well., of Rochester, is with some oddity of certain retail tailor, name not reveal el, who, in defiance of all rules and ecedents, wholesale ami retail, fo- isted on displaying new styles of lothing in advance of a cerlltln date, inJ these styles had double-b.reasted oats. Tho sinister purpose, the double- ireasled design of the clothiers, was jetrayed by this premature-display. So Ludwig Stein, of Chicago, moved hat a joint committee of whole- alers and retailers tafce measures end such advance exhibition of clothes. Carried unani- mous! A pessimistic person wlio, has trouble In jiaying. for slngle-breasled coats prophesied yesterday that th' neit thing" clothiers trill "spring on" the masculine population _of America will be naggy trousers, or he put "it, "umbrella pants." He foretold, loo, that there will be enough deep, wide flaps on tho coat waistcoat and trousers ol tomorrow to ntake lillle Johnny a pair of knich erbockers. He even predicted that tho clolhiers will compel liberty-loving American men lo wear togas in th old Roman fashion, or military cloak's properly secure. Mayor PincoU, who THICK, GLOSSY from' J. J. York; from Dr. Mcnoias .Hurray Hut- Icr, president of Columbia University, and aleo. In person, by Mr. Charles U. Kearney, chairman of the American Auxiliary' of Hie Women's National Health Association of Ireland. Since Ihe above resolution was barrister, New] thus consuming millions of yards o "I can see tlie time coining who a tailor won't make a suit of clothe for any one" who measures less tha sixty inches around Ihe eil this grouchy person. "A thin ma does not nee'd enough cloth to raak him worth while." ave Your Hairl Double Its-Beaut In a Few Try Thisl f you da uot i-lt-ci) llicn U always rue" cause. Don'l start dosing with Nerves can'l consume them, elievc Ihe cause and a gocrt sound eep will be Ihc result. The system cannot bo right If the lon or large intestine Is not kept can and free from all wasle matter, athe internally if you wanl perfect 'allll. Mr. F. C. Voigl, Rapid Cily. Man., several years I suffer- J from Indigestion, Nervous v, Insomnia and Constipation. Had o appetite, and doctors did uot el- ect I -would live throughout the inter. Your book interested me. 1 got 'J. B. li. Cascade' and In a few days italhed remarkable results. I now eep and enjoy my meals better than or years before. I regard the 'J. n. L. ascade' as a Uod-send to The "J. B. U Cascade" is a nr-rfect- il appliance for internal Bath'.pg. ta- entei'. by Dr. (.'has. A. Tyrell ot New and has been the re- toriug thousands to perfect hsallh. t is shown and explained by the Red Cross Drug fir Bool: Co., Ltd., nidge, who will be pleased to si'-'e au Interesting book called "The What, The Why, The Way of'Intein- ai Bathing" on Ask Advertisement.-.: If you care for heavy hair, lha lislc'ns with beauty and is ri-l'.v life; has an incomparable sol ess nnd Is fluffy ind lustrous, I' landerino. Just nue application doubles th eauty of your balr. besides it In icdiately dissolves every parlicle andniff; you cannot have nlc heavy healthy hair If you have dan ruff. This destructive scurf robs t hair of ils lustre, Us strength ai Is very life, and it not overcome produces a feverishness and Itching ot the scalp; the hair roots famish; oosen and die; then the hair falls out fast. .If. your hair has been neglected and s thin, fndcd, dry, scraggy or loo oily, get a small bollle of Knowlton's Danuerine al any drug store or lollet counter for, a few cents; apply a lillle as directed 'and ten minutes after you will say this was Ihe besl invesl- ment you ever made. sincerely believe, regardless of evciyUiing else that it you desire soft, lustrous, beautitu Jiair anil lots of itching sralp and no-more falling hair must use Knowlton's If liol CUNARD RNCHOR Alrichor'Donaldson PROPOSED SA11JNQS Frorn New Feb. 14 ___Saxonia.... Liverpool From Feb. 17 Julia.. Liverpool From New Feb. 17 ;..Carmanla... Liverpool Feb.- 18 London Feb. 22 ..Royal George.. Liverpool From St. Feb. 28 ....Cawandra.... Glujow From New York- Mar. 1 ...Aqultanll... Liverpool Mar. 10 Llvirpeol Mar. 18 ___Orduna.... Liverpool t.'.zr. 1fi ....Saxonia.... LiverpooF Mar. 24 ...Camunla.... Liverpool Purchase Prepaid Tickets now for Relatives and Friends to ensure prompt Eatllng.' For all information apply to any of our Agents, or to Company's 'Office. SCOTT BLOCK, 270 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG. Local Agents HARRIS AND ROS81TER Phone 1412 INTERRSTIN' Results Victory Loans 1917 and 1918 competed, complete details of Irie result! by Pipyinceg, comparative fablei. stiowfaaf, the ictms ol issue of each Wat Loan, compsiiion of Slice of Biilieh Consols, French Rentes, U. S. onda prior to, timing and aflcr war periods, Funded Debl of Canada, details of Loans pay- able in London, New York, Canada. behind Canada's including Canada's Resouieei and Piogress In all funda- mental directions, covering brief fltatistics 1911 N lo 1918, about Agrictiltuic, Fisheries, Forests, Trade, Railways, Banking, elc, How lo handle your inveslments. We aWl be gtaJ to itntt m InMllmtnt Stcurlliu A. E. AMES CO. UNION BANK BLDQ., TORONTO Transportation Building, Montreal 74 NtwYork ISS9 Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN TO A WEEK II you camifil speml three years in hospital or are pusl hos- pital ago limit, send name and address on postcard lor year .book ciplaininff Ihe C. S. N: Home-l'ravlite Method of stmly jn'S Iralncd nursing. Stale age. The Chaufauqua School Nursing Tbo-lnformalton contained Ihcrein was given from tho office of -tho 'dis- trict attorney, Mew York, to. tho form- er Urltisli assistant provost marshal. I to Mr. John J. Curlln, cottnsellor-al- j law. and lo Mr, Charles R. chairman of the American Auxiliary! of the Women's N'ntlonal Health As- sociation of Ireland. Thi8 Inforiiialir.n Is supported by a. etler "from [lie present'Brillslt ns- sisiant provost 'marshnl, Ucut.-Col. N'. G. ThwaileR. wrillen to Sir John Gibson, formerly lieutenant-governor of Ontario. (Signed) H. i3. SASFpnD. President. FROCK COATS RETURNING U. S.-Sartorial Enports to uo Surplus Cloth NKW smash al i 'personal liberty. Tlie double-breasted coat is to be forced upon Iho men of j Hits laud ot Ihe tree or, rather, Ilicy j are lo bo squired Inlo the double-1 !breasiecl Hie dear oltl' jrrinfc Albert. Tlio dotiblc-brcasled waislcoal. '.on. '..-ill probably ho rcstor-1 sl N'o more slngle-hreasled garments.] tor, undcMtand. tlio vast quantity ofj cloth left on llio clcthiers' hands byj the war's suddtVi ending must be used Snmo of the delegates seemed Mther peevish the Iwciuy-lliirtl annual convention of (he Nnlloual AssocilallMi ot I'lolliiers onencd al Hid Hotel Aslur yesterday. 1'reil- A Modern Shoe Hospital Don't tlirow your old shoes. Give 'them a new on life, to serve you. f Jilsl because the heels are run down al Ibo corners or the soles arc duvcn lo llsiuc-lhlckness, flocsn.t' mean tbal Iheir possibilities aro'Oiliatiatcd. Send them lo us. and wr will return them til (or ninny more months of service. We II .-tall (or your shoos, and send them rlgbi strong, sbapelv, Md comlorlablo again; FRANK MILES 511 Fourth Avenue South.