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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAY, FKHKUAttY 12, 111 10 i UK IUM1AUJ LONDON', feb. 12. (Canadian tt submarine wade It probable thai '1'u'ss ili-pnU'h. via enemy a uttered more severely Jellitoc-'i Look of the Biaiul ironi submarine attack lhan the brll- vrU'i'U wus published today, dwells on i tin- d.iiiwr.t to which lilt floi-i wtisi iteganlini; Lord Jelllcoc says: v.'hen It was short ot cruisers "Tho portion was assured, and we uiitl destroyers and with bases de-, rouUl have iill'jrte'l to take risks lo submarines, mines- whHi In would have been most an I torpedoes. He points oul UiiU unwise. If ihu German fleet had the Cc-rianti Iifsh I'loct possessed i-omo out to battle a lerriblo iiumsb- (j'C compared wills tlio iiionl awaiteU It." sraml fleet's 43. It is revealed thai, j Battle of Jutland PHONE 1224 a o 'V PERSONAL lo Uio submarine menace, fleet moved to S "turntH. to thVori Sea MIC lessons of this right. I-ord Jelllcoe dsvtlls on tho danger involved "In loav- iu g too m uth t o chance in a ;.r.i! when tint Flow anchorage was rendered reasonably safe. Jellicoe sayg that neither in J'JM nor JSKi did the UrltfsU margin of superiority justify him In UlErC- tarding the L-neniy's torpedo attacks. Tlie position gradually improved atler especially :is light cruiser ami destroyer forces with Iho grand fleet Increased dally after the battle of Jutland, considerably reducing ihe danger of rstfecnss'fnl (orpeJo attacks, wlille (uc iucJusiou of Hie "K" class know shliis were inadequately pro- i leoU'd with armor coiuoareJ, the haute cruiser type of ship, Vviiile llio German at Jutland vias far bel- ter off In destroyer s, in addition to their the mo4t ettJcteut armor-piercing shell. When Hie battle fleets approached there was a difference iu reckoning between ihe IJritish battle lleot anil ibu battle cruiser squadron, duo to the latter It-ting several hoars on a reptutedly tone Sine-. Hence, Instead of ttic enemy tciiiR eiicountered riijlsl ahead, it appeared on Hit starloard bow. Instant action was necessary, anil L'jrd JcHEcoe deeded to deploy on port TCftTig, the division thus, coin-1 [jelling (lie Germans to turn off to the to avoid beitig crossed, This masU-rly tiiaiieuvrc, the reviewers describe it. (brew ilie enemy into con- fusion. Tiie Ucrmajt admiral soon realized his only hope Jay hi escape, aad tftls he did. Profiting Uy fcJs blJily, lbtj approach of darkness and tltc proximity to Ills bases and mlue fields, the enemy at this jierioil fired hundreds of lorpedoes, sis Cerman of- fteens have ,stnce stated. and. though tho Germans were 111 tilt? gravest peril, tae position of the grind menaced by -detenntnt'ii lorpc-do at-1 Mr. II. P. O. Savary. ijarrUtcr. fjl tacks In thick wcalhcr, was not envi-l Calgary, is in the i'ity today, able. Hut tbe British fleet action, because our fleet was the one [times turoing in balllo line during! Mrs M Lafferiv ou Mcndav only factor vital to the existence acdoa cleared the torjiedoes. which to visit in Ureal PAGE Mr. F. O. IjjirisUT. luiv Island, u vUSiur in the citv H. I-. Stephens loli yesterday nl'.ernoon for NVuu.Ui V.. .Onlario, where he xvill One-lhird of (lie book is devoted to ui> the battle o.' Jutland. Summing Miss Uamoni lell ai for when; for the winter. 4 ,'l'apl, R. O. MfttKeiiii---, week for Ottawa :i. his Misa M. whl visit in IKXI Sunday. Bailie I remain j who lofi last v.hn of the empire and indted to tht al- lied cauafi." liaii no rcEen-e outside our baUIo fleet which could In any way replace it in the tvenl of ilisaslcr or even should its margin' of superiority be eliminateii." Protected Moreover, Tvord Jellicoe lie Children Like It "You know it is not an caay matter to get children lo take medicine, pnJ forcing it on tKem does no good. Most motlicrs know (hat a cough medicine, while palaiable, should contain no drug injurious to the child. __ r __ ___ The gieat popularity of Chamterlain's Cougn Remedy is ex- plained fay the fact that it contains no opium or narcotic of any kind, and at the same time is so pleasant and, agreeable to the taste that children like Cough Remedy For this reason alone it is a favurite with ilis mothers ot young THE GIRLS'AUXILIARY IN THE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL THURS., FEB. 13, NEEDS' ORCHESTRA DANCING FROM 9.00 TO TICKETS OH SALE BY MEMBERS OF THE AUXILIARY WILL BE HELD IN THE Assembly Hall, under auspices ohhe.G.W.V.A. Dancing from 9.00 Tickets, 50c ttcktls May Be Secured Trom Any Member of ll.t Association. 1 were raeitiK toward the Hritish ships, and defeated the tactics oh which the Cerraans had based'their Jiopss. Lord Jellicot- pays a tribute 1o Mr. and Mrs. J. kil yt-stcrday morning for i'ar.isiua, ivhcro Rmithcrs has lakcn a. the skill of his captains In handling attouuUui in :hc liank uf Montreal. their ships, thus avoiding torpydorra i Mr. J. N. Kounirdy the city (or a shtm li visitor hi aud collii-lon, while keeping their sui- lions. }le cxiilalns why he ilVl not seek a night action, and explains thai tbo UerniaEti ImJ more 'powerful; Mrs. W. K. PprUr, who bur-n the searchlights. The pureriorily In do-' guest o[ the McU-ay. lett yes- fitroyers nnd tlie greater of tt-nlay fur her Iioir.- in Medici it Iltil. torpedo tnbus fitttxl to their .ships gave the Germans an opportunity nf scoring heavily at the outset of the conflict, tho result of ivhfch will al- ways he a matter ol chance. The admiral, alter carelul estimates as (o the relative strength of the two fleets early in the war, expresses sur- JViviUe I'liilt Ott reiuriird iiomp on yesterday aftertiorm'? train. SOCIAL prise that the enemy was so cautious, country .utur, jf ides t alone, .i of who ,s vi6ltiDg ,hc cj( tial that we possess a coasidsrahly eTOTlns was sotnl greatcr mnrgra .el. superlorrty" ovtr Ing, dainty any rcssiale enemy hi- all classes (he hostess of vcuels' .than ve. Aid in August, T'14." A i, ,J CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES o WEDDINGS Al a well attended meeting tho Girls' Auxiliary last evening, final ar- .rangeraents were raadn for the infor- nial ,he given at llic K. bait on1 Thursday. February 13. promises to hq.one of the tabst pop- ular dances of: the season. Xeerta or- wiir bo-pleascil cheUra in. to'tje'ay'of honors which-have.come Lethbrjflge sol- A very interesting meeting was held of atntie home of Mrs. yes- ivBp en- terday aftornbon, under Hie auspices listed" with "t the ;61st Battery, under of the auxiliary of the Christian Gapt. Collitison, 1'n recent dispatches Women's Board of Missions, There __ by FIchrMortlial'SIr- Ijoaglas HaiK. were U women present to listen to Ihc j Thc m'aS-uw' wns'ViTeliy sotemn- cpramayder-fn-cfilef ot. the.. Biilish tntereatmginMaaBK.Eiven by ?I. lzeil j.estfrdav Feb. .forces B. Rjan ot ti tnonlon, the mtc ot Rev., Arthllr fnnch Pellow .named as rtc- 5f..n. supcrmlcnslenl ut this lato 0, tho 175th and serving ot special tor. goocl Province. the snb-i Almio also o, ,hf workal tho front. Lieal: Haley's older scribed for (he missionary paper. The ccreolonv WM reriormea trotlier, Sergt. AVm. Haley, lyas killed faster is pleased lo see the activity j c E C-aeg' iri action. In France., j in mi 'proud I "Mr. and'Mr's. Pellon-Have lell for a that three Irom the church have voiced.trip (0 Spokane oilier points ana PR iEIISlYlOlS I the desire "field. in Uie missionary upon their return will reside in Leth- bridge. The Central. C, T. U. will meet c. tomorrow evening at the rest 'd Avenue, at Members will bring their thimbles for lied sewing. A united meeting of the ladies' aid the Mission Circle of Ihe Baptist UlbhT.dgo people, are a thirsty lot. churdl wm ,lc at lhc At least (hat is Iho opinion helrt of Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock All them hy (ho.waterworks department the ladies ni the congregation arc cor- invited. During IMS the departmeol pumped j gallons, which is at the' Dominion Ilebekah Lod-e Xo 41 [rate of gallons n day. i wnj regular meeting in the This is tho highest In the history ti. o. 0. F. lull on Thursday niglit at of the city, and is attributed lo the! s o'clocK when the degree will be con- SPECIAL NOTICE To Members of Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E. o hot dry summer j much water for lawns a 'while the fact that-there were never so many war gwrduiiii lei the ch required so terrcd. and bcwlevar'Js, Visiting members welcome. informal dance will be held by Hie Girls' Auxiliary on Thursday ev- city also helped to uoost the total, j cnlng, February in Iho K. ot T. Thc department officials would'not hall, say (hat part of the increase was due to the fact that, having installed filler system which supplies pure, i clean water at .all times, Ilie p6ople jdr'ank more. Tlie waterworks department linfl There will'be a .public meeting in the Christian church on Friday nicM, February 14. at S o'clock for all those. who interested in Bible study. Rev. C. M. .N'eve will speak on "A Piace for deficit during the year amounting to i the llible and the Deeper Neglected some due to various Truth." Rev. C. E. Cragg will act as labor costs helng one of the th'icl. chairman and other paslors and lay- II Is hoped to overcome Hits during men will speak. hy Iho increased rates, which' will become vlSe-zllv Tho rognlar prayer meeting of the TJic reguiar fitt-trting- of (he Sir Alexander Gnlt Chapter I. O. E. wm meet on Thursday, Feb. I3th at 3 pV in the Y. M. 0. A. As this is the last meeting prior to the annual metL- ing, a 'nil attendance is requested. Members wishing to subscribe to should du EO at this meet- ing, to insure delivery of March is- sue, or sand subscription to Mrs. Ami- strong "Echoes'1 secretary, 1009 Sin Ave, south. "Echoes" IB a Splendid magazine and keeps one in touch with the work of the Daughters of the Empire through- out the Dominion. Every member fg urged to suliacrlbe. 0- ST. VALENTINE'S DAY In supreme court this morning the Jury caso or the 'Merchants Itanjc'va. There are various accounts given of Iho origin of Vntcntine Day, February Uaptist church1 will be hch'l tonight al Some llale H buck to the feast o't S The pastor Ss beginning u an old 1'agan custom. -The now scries on the suhject of prayer generally accepted belief fa thai and urges all who cdfu to atlenil. com me morales tbo death of St. Valentine, whose martyrdom, taking Mra. H, of the Evan- ._- gellstic parly will address a union I- _ prayer and praise service In Wesley' hall UiiR evening nl 7.4o. The public) aro cordially Invited, place as. far back _as A. p. 2-i6t_ls shrouded in Valentine a-Christian Rome during the third, century. He was of a most amfabfe nature arid possessed remarkable gifO of eloq- uence. Ho was so successful In con- verting tho heathen that he Incurred (lie displeasure of the Emperor and r.'as martyred by Jus order en Febru-j ary 34. His name was placed the] cnJontlar in commcralion of hts godtlj When Valentine was in prison, so1 the story goes', a captive pigeon ;to which lie had given protection, found him in his flew in through the1 bars mid in its fluUerlnES 'about7 the cell dropped a feather. This to the Idea that he might munfcato with his anxious'-frlends" by means of the hird. He sent messages to cheer those who-misaed Ilia beloved leadership, and after his death at the hands of the emperor his followers kept alive his memory every year hy sending to each dther mess- ayes of love and Kood cheer; This custom has survived to the day. 'gatioa A lot of evidence ot. a somewhat iin-sj, ininortanCch'aracier laltj night's' sessioa of the Adolplie Lajotei inquesj. Yesterday tiie remains' had been interred in one of the city, n'ero'Cihuiafid and viewed' by the jury, Jt, is likely that the postj rnortcHi will involve a good deal "fif" time and expense, ,_ the jury to Sleep Creek lo Inspect Ihe scene of the alleged rand, also to look over, the places frequented by the Get- vats gang. The is a distinct tone of critlcisra" of lliD'-niarinetrttt-Whlch: thfj i provincial police handled the i Lajolo a mimbcr the poifce for Whoever enjoys a perfect cup of deli- ciou3, find an added pleasure in a cup of Chase Sanborn's "SEAL COFFEE. In lAt 1 and 2 pound tins, also fine ground for Percolators. Never told in bulk. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. 204 Tlit mcuibcrs of Auxiliary are asked (o meet ou Thursday nCter- W. A. a suit lo 'recover somo on promissory notes nnd morl- gages In connection wllh the on 5th St. S., A. K. Duiitop, j jth" 11. P. 0. Savary, K.C.. are conducting! lhc case for tho while C: F. Hftrria ynd John U. Palmer are act- Cor the defense. James Afrd la noon at the K, K-li.all lo help decor- ale, Aiidrnw'-s srclfnn of Uic c. A, Thursday Tllc Traveller's Alii Uommltleo will in b.isenicnl at foreman of 1hc jury. Mr. Kennedy. j-g30 on Thursday nflornooh. former manager of (tie Mcrchanla j Rank here, ivas the elite! witness for ntatnfiff licre this Tho defense Is emleavorlne io pet up that taken to close on! Mr. Oil's Busi- ness were not proper and that as a result Mr. Oil lost money. r v .f, If. Hrowne, hardnnre mcfrcli. nnt.of Satiit Stc. of dead, Tiie First Aid class ivlll meet to- night at S oYlbck 5n Ihti boy's rHib! rooms on Hi- AiigunUn's tennis on Fourth avenue, j The St. John's B.rigado overseas will meet at Miss Bawdon's 1255 4ih AvVHn'6' 'sdfith lonighl at 8 o'clock, MetnticT's are rcmtnricd Ihnf Icea arc due, 'r Everyman's Library Tlie aim of Every Man's Library is (o provide English speaking reader with the Great Classics of all times in his own tongue. Our Library will contain 300 volumes of this wonderful library comprising Biography, Classics, History, Fic- tion, Oratory, Poetry, Romance and Science. To secure the largest number of members for our Library Exchange we have de- cided to change our terms of membership to as follows: membership Fee and 2 cents per with a minimum charge of 10 cents for the time each book is kept out. SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;