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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUUnSDAY, FKIMU'ARY 13, 1019 TUB nnii LVMI.T PtiGK 'He. Malkin of His Comrades Made 'the Supreme Sacrifice (From-.Our Owu corresponded) LBAV1TT, Feb. Win. .Mat- kiii was welcomed homo In proper tnarmc-r on Saturday last by tte I-ba- vltt LWiite Between three and four hundred people went to the Cardston station to'meet liim., TJia Leavllt baud there in lull colors- They lilayed several times ou platform o[ the station while for lha train and then played "HotriC. Sweet as t-rain jiujled Jo. "Bill" Hat'iin was. iilterly surprised the reception, cbeerci again and again toy Jho crow'1 and it would liavo dono your heart good to see how Leavftt welcomed'home its brave sol- dier boy. has been in (he war elnco Iho very- He Joineii iili, along' wltk-fwic AtJiers from Lea- vltt ai the very beginning lu. 1914 .in .the J3.IU O, M. K. Ho saw the heavi- est fighting st Ypres, and elsewhere, .anJ ,ivag wjuuiled at Vimy nidge1. For the 'paktvyear ji.e vhas_been under Uio caro in ligland, at Uram- sbolt-Caiifp, font'betas able to get ivas, engaged A. record has-been th6 vary best and we are all proud to uavc him tack with us again. Only One Alive Out of (ive boyu enlisting at the Eaiuejime as ?te. VatVin, only other, llyrum LJroaduent, still Ho ia in Germany TvlOi the Cana- dian army of occupation, HB writes that he doesn't want to rfs home until the peace treaty U iutf alien" enemies arc being ed by tho government, this Is done onJy: in liie casRs o' those who hare jeen interned in Canada during the war. But in the case of others the only ohsfaclfi Is tlie fact that "nass- ports must be secured. The "govern- ment is discouraging ocean travel, !6re a passenger may take a steamer !ie must have documents on ills per- son'wit ich U otten takes from a month to six weeks to get. That is the bis obstacle, and Veterans are likely interrogate the government shortly to learn it'this cannot be overcome. There is no shortage of-.money among the aliens -rh'o wish to All .of lieeii working in ..the mines have been, drawing down fctg wages during so they' have enough money with which to travel. All they want is for the. government to drop the bars. iWhere -are the miners to tafce their place's to come from when they do That Is the question troubling the mine managers U Scotch, English and, Welsh miners could be tTM operators profess they would sbi for they' declare1 they wouli Iifae nothing better than to up around tne mines "prosperous IHtl.er coramnnrtles ot modern workmgmen's homes The operators arc looking lo the Veterans to solve Ihe prob- lem, president V. AJ giving much thought at tne present time and be iievea it can be Cone He has bee'n connected 'ft-ith mining -camps for i aud sees no reason.wh; the English spurring miner should no lo mines-of ti .Jfl be league of it dcqiics iy "a. "two-thirds majority to meet else- where. Thi? commission ibon proceeded '-to the cUy is responsible for the repay- ment of the money lo the ffavornnient, anil owing to the further faci that building material is high nt the present time, but IE the dearth of habitable residences continues Lelh- fcridge will either'be forced to do something to tlie situKlion or lose population which it otherwise ivonJd secure Iu- the ordinary course events. Those who have been studying the situation declare (hat Lethbridge's population "will be fever "uritifiu a year it crops are nor- mal the coming seasou and if bridge can provide the -accommodation to house'tiic.neivcomers1. discuss the dealing vritli the permanent inter- national labor .'offtcca and Uie gov- erning hody "wluclt will! direct" work. It agreed1 that: the offices should made W. capital of tlie league' rof nations, of the or of the league and under the cohlrpl of V director. The the presideut's rose in honor of the birth day I6f Abraham Lincoln, BIG PIERS OVER f VIOTORU, Pieita No and Zt the (locks at the entran .cirhett (Canadian f Northern t (os a rance to Victoria harbor, have.been hett over .to the'-'Ca'nadiah National Rail- 11 aj) and have become part and par eel of the Dominion, government's .ranscontfnental sys tern tiuct Buccess. Uneof the best crowiis ever seen In Champion was there and thoroughly enjoyed the evening. BPLOS n Shadow the owners ol the boies of eats were auctioned1 off, and together with tbe door receipts, real- ized The profits will be handed orer to the Red Cross.. Mr. Art. Hopkins acted as auctioneer, Tlie'local lodge of tfie of America continues to Kfov. week tlie class of adop- tion included six welJ known, cHlzeos and there arc about that number lor tin's week. On Wednesday the 19th, tiiere wilt be a social cveninjc to which si! the aatl tholr lady iriojds are Invited, Messrs. G. clever. G. f. Smill? aatl G. Alcock are in Letbbridgc sitting ou the jury. The Ker. 3Ir. and .Mrs. and Jtiss Tel- ler were the guests at the parsonica oh Wednesday. Do This Each Morning, You Won't Need Cascarets IFrom-Our Own CorreEDOndonO CHA'MPIO.V, Feb. Wfciln day, the 30th, be a meeting in Mark's Hall at 2.00 jlr. A. M, Sinclair of'Queenstown will speak-on ihejsubjcct of." Municipal Hail Insurance. As tbls.is a live sub- ject farming a good attendance fs" hoped for, lar.J dea1s been put ttirmieh-in town recently ami the tel- es t Is (be.purchase.of a bnlE section near Armada by Mr, Sam. Ulricli troni Mr. Uunning. Mr. Ulrich traded liis town'house in on the deal. Miss' Grace Rhodes was a tislfor in town for n few tlajs, and Great exercise! Kwps Stomach, Liver an9 Bowels Noting like it! Splendid! But if .you insist upon taking your exercise m an easy chair vou simply must take, a fixative occasionally. Tfte very, very laxative is CascaicU -Ho cents a box. "They work while Kattung else tl e bilt, eour and poison Iivtr and boueU lite Castarcl When Headacliv, Bilion Constipated or if Dreatli is TimteO, Sal'ow, Stomach Sour, >i tike a at night up mxt morning' loo'ing and fcclir., e v never gripe or sicker.. no A Nation of Bond-holders Before the War, Canada looked ouUide her borders for Capital Dunng the last three and half years, Canada has become a nation of the man who buys a Victory Bond, or a War-Savings Stamp, is a Capitalist of the best type. By the discovery of ten times the number of Capitalists, OT Bond- holders, that she previously had, Canada has made a great stride forward Interest charges, necessarily high at this time, do not withdraw money from the country. Home industry w and the problem of the War Burden is solvAl. EVERY CANADIAN SHOULD BE A CAPITALIST. Tbe opportunity is provided by the offer ol War-Savirtgs at this month, and redeemed for S5.00.on the first day of 1924, Boy con, often ma cmri, 1 r( Monty Order Poti Offset, and pfoctc i d tp'aytnfi iifn. Increase Your Holding of Bonds Afl the Time. for and each dollar worth mare. ;