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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1918 THE XETIfBRIDGE BAILY HERALD UPHELD TRADITIONS THE SEA IlttV.an article entitled � "Stick It," the ',oLndon Otobe gives this ndmlr-�blo{review and exhortation: Ppjf.thre* years and n lialf weJiavo koen'flghtlng In tl^e greatest warNiver knovrn, and the enemy is not beaten yet. ' Thousands upon thousands o� our youth have been slaughtered: thousands upon thousands more have been broken and maimed; we have piled' hot water over the LUX flakes -"pure essence of soap." Whisk into a lather. At once you get the richest, creamiest lather you ever saw, which dissolves dirt without rubbing.) . After cooling.stir the clothes about in this heavy lather. Do not rub or twist them. Rinse in two or three relays of water of the same temperature you washed them in. So thoroughly is LUX dissolved that not a trace remains in the garment to discolor it. LUX woii't harm anything that pure water 3Jone wilf not injure. For silks use lukewarm water. Now York, Fob. 17. - Tradl-tionals of tho sea wore uphold heroically by Captain E. Williams and nine members of tho craw of the Bjitish steamship Miguel De Larrlnga, who volunteered to perish that others might live when the vessel foundered In mid-oceau February G, according to thb survlv-ors who arrived here yesterday from a Newfoundland port. All grocers Lever Brothers Limited British made, by This is Shown By Report Submitted By the City Bakers Don't Miss This! The Social Service League are Holding Their Field Day Here on Sunday, February^ 17th .WHEN THE* FOLLOWING NOTABLE SPEAKERS WILL ADDRESS MEETINGS AS FOlsLOWS Rev. Salem Bland, D.D. a.m.-In Knox Presbyterian, Churclj.int. ' ' 7 p.m.-Ik Wesley MethbdUt Cfmrch.:^ Mrs. Louise McKinney, M.L.A. 11 a.m.-^ln Third Avenue Baptist Church:' 2 p.m.-In Latter Day Salnta' Meeting House.-7 p.m.-In Christian Church. Field Secretary A. C. Archibald .11 a.m.-In United Church, North Lethbrldge. 7 p.m.-In kiiox Presbyterian Church,' come to at least one of these services and hear 'of; the splendid wor>ard up, she Is almost banlarupt. If her under-water boats are a ntilsance and a peril, her flag has been swept from the surface of ever>-' ocean in the world. Not a square yard of British territory has been seized by her, while what we hi^e taken ot hers'is only to be measured in thousands of square miles. Her troops have never once broken through our line; ours ha%e pierced theirs again and again. Italy has^ecovered both her spirit and her strength, and, it Russia has fallen out, America has come In, and we wish the Bosches joy ot the exchange. If Cambrai did not give us all we hoped it gave us a great deal, and it shattered once for all the legend ot the Hin-denburg line. If the High Seas Fleet escaped us iu the Jutland fog it has remained bottled up ever since, and seems mightily reluctant to -win another "victory" like that. "Calais at all costs" has turned out to be Ostend, and "Paris in three weeks" has meant no Parii? in three years. "It's the last 15,1 round as settles it." Whether this is j the last round tor which Hlndeaburg is * aparrlng now we do not Icnov-. But we do know that it Is either, the last or the last but one, and that we have only to stick It out to see Ms seconds I throwing up the sponge. We are not in this ring to "win on points"; we are there tor "a fight to a tinlsh." StiqJ-iknow themr j selves for better men than Fritz, and they ask tor nothing better than tp see him coming ov^ "the top to give , them another chance ot proving. It. ; There is only one thing which could break their gallant spirit-to feel that we in the home for which they are fighting and dying had begun to lose ours, that we were so careless of all they have done and are doing that wc can let our petty troubles blind lis. ' to the glory of the sacrifice and aplen-idor of their aims. Stick it. This Is ;not the first hard fight we have had > in the thousand years through which tho sons of "the llttlo fog-bound Is jland in the Northern Qa" tiave shat-, tered despotisms,-defied Popos and 1 Kings and Emporers, made all the seas I their playmates; and filled with free 'and happy people the waste places ot the earth. Now, as in the old days -the days of Drake and Nelson, ot Clive and Wellington, wo are fighting for life and honor and freedom. Be ashamed to doubt or falter in this most righteous cause. "Either God is dead or Germany is doomed." So spoke the dying Gorman, and hoispoke truth in the btttoruess ot his 'heart. Do ybu think God/is dead? Will you be the man to betray our noble sons and brothers at the front--you, whom the real horrors of war have hardly touch-ed? Stick It. Perhaps'that la all you can do or.all you need do. But for your manhood's sake at least do thaL Ottawa, Feb. 16.-summary ot the roturhs of a number of the largest city bakers in Canada for the years lOIit to 1916 shows that the earnings on a capital ot $1,250,000 amounted to an average of 15 per cent alter all Interest and depreciation charges wore met, according to a report issued today by W. P. O'Connor, acUng cost of living commissioner. "I do not," says the commissioner, consider these as excessive profits. It must be reraemberod that modern biking plants are expensive In first costs, and In renewals. One baker shows a larger protlt than stated above In the early days of the war, due to tho fact that he purchased extensively before tho price of flour advanced, and had low management charges. The net earnings ot many of the smaller bakers are less than the profljls shown above, owing to tho smaller volume of production and leas efficlont methods. While men with limited capital can enter tho bakery business at any time, there is a general active competition in the trade which tends to control prices. On the whole I find no present evidence of unfair doallngri on tho part of the bakers." ORGANSoWy bureau. Tho appolntmetit of trade represen'-tatlvcs to;tho principal oversona markets. J; : Premiort'IluehOB, In ,cohoU�1ingJ,8nld that MtB.^ritlBh Empire's wealth, -yfiih uncountablo resources, was llllmitablo. If organised It could control tho world. If hot organised it mast tall victim to a more efficient nation. A deep and lasting obllgntiun rested on all tho dominions and they would roqulro to play well their part in national organization, YOUNG GIRL A VICTIM OF ASSAULT ids tho general hpspltal' whoro doctors worked over her tor halt an hour^bo-foro sho regained consciousness, When tho gltl rovlvod, sho .said STw had mot a man while shopping oarlSr on Tliursdiiy attornopn, and utter n brief cortversntlbu tho pair wtirit On ; - ' J .. , � --> \'f * i  �.' together. Frpin t}iat tlmevpii,v6Ue wf** unable to remember where sho hail boon. Her clothing hadvbeen takoa from her and did clothltig put on hor. Attondlhg physicians at IhevhoBpltal said the girl had biion otlralnallx a* anultCd, ' , � ' � i?! Toronto, Feb. 16.-With little clothing on, a young girl namod B^nnia Lyons, was found lying unconscious behind a tree on Gould street yesterday raomittg. Tho police removed her to London, Feb. 16.- (Cia Renter's Ottawa Agency).-A dispatch from Melbourne says that Premier Hughes was given a warm reception In addressing-a meeting ot employers, lie emphasized the necessity ot organization in industry and referred to Germany's vast preparations for atter-the-war trade. Premier Hughes outlined the following organization scheme: The formation of an assorlation representing each Industry,' primary and secondary. ,� Scheme of Organization A general council ot c�mmerco and industry composed of representatives from the various associations. A department of industry and commerce. A permanent science and industry -promptly lejievei uBeiing from ail. menls eauicd by chill, dampncM of ittiin, llii|^'Grale-(ul warmth " in diy, convcBient foim. tnvtnted bv VanSen* tratck, the/amousBf!-gtaH chemist. British-made by Thrrmorme Co. /Jii., J/ayzcanf* /Itath, �ng. Price 50 cents tnm year Drsfiitt SaUs .'igcnts/or Canada .* H>r.UF.Ril^ HiBiharltcd when lire-' bought the Alberta Meat Market. "We're I with yoii agaiiii We hnrdn't tnc^ot^ ten the uniformly.good ^er.-vice and great meats ypti used to give- Uai My wf eays she always was pleased with her orapfs." ; I Wo can pleBse^ you too. R.COULTRy PHONE 49ii/' Would You Like to Earn $1 orS$2 Daily the Year Round' at Home THE HOSIERY TRADE IS BC'OMING AND THE DEMAND FAR EXCEEDS THE SUPPLY. WE* GLADLY TAKE ALL THE GOODS YOU CAN SEND US. We must have .more workers at once to help us keep pace with the demand. The Auto Knitter Is sent on favorable terms to reliable persons/and we furnish full 'instructions how to knit sox> fitc.,. also all yarn needed. The work is simple and easily learned; the Auto Knitter Is' a high speed machine, and works by turn-Ing'a handle. Our fixed rates of pay guarantee you a steady Income the year round, no matter where you live, but our workers often largely Increase this by working for private customers. Working either whole or spare time, this (ileasant employment has brought prosperity to many workers in their own homes, and should do the same for you. Write today, enclosing 3c In stamps, for full particulars, rates of pay, etc.,, and see what you and your family cSn now earn at home. liito - Knitter Hosiery-(Canada) Go., limited DEPT 79A, 257 COLLEGE STREET, TORONTO A Genuine Cure ure Sent On Trial To Prove Don't Wear a Truss Any Longer It Even Soldiers from the Trenches of Europe Write to Tell How the Wonderful Brooks Appliance Cured Their Ruptures, Sound and Well. Sent on Trial to Prove It. ednesday, March 20 ' 70 head o( hjgh' cla'ps richly bred bulls and (emails btlthe-most 'popular blood^^lnea iuid, "'^ t'-W^i^i^PA'iaj.EVrAUCTIONEER FroBi the battle front In Europe comes a letter written by Private John Carter, whose home address Is No. 2 Shaw View, Flixton, telling, ot his complete cure ot rupture from wearing the Brooks Appliance. April 18th, 1915. C. E. Brooks, Dear Sir: I received your letter by first post this morning; I beg_ to thank yoii tor your Appliance which was' Instrumental In the way it cured rae of my rup-ture. I have now been in Kitchener's army "seven months, and- I have gon� through all the training, and I have never felt anything and not had the slightest trouble. I remember when I passed the doctor He remarked, "There is nothing wrong ' with yo6^ young man, you nro in the best condition,' 'apd ho sounded me all ov'^r, end I again thank you tor'the same and I give my con.sent to use my let ter as a testimonial to anyone, as I have been cured. Hoping you and your lirra much success. Yours truly," I send on trial to prove what I say is true. You are the judge and once having seen my Illustrated book and read it you will bo as enthusiastic as my hundreds of patients whose letters you can . also read. Fill out free cou-� pon below and mail today. It's well worth your time whether you try my Appliance or not. ftrake up your mind right ji&w that you will never'p"ay, out another dollar'for trusses. They are expensive, uncom-iijittiblo and actually harmful. And when you once try a Brooks Appll. anco you could never be persuaded i-.;^>**!-'- " ' ^i^i^^- '** ^^^^ again wear a'truss The above Is C. E. Brooks, Inventor of the Appliance, who cured himself and who is now giving others the'benefit of his experience. If ruptured, write him today , at Marshall, Michigan. If you have tried most everything else, come to-ifie. Where others fall is where'I have my greatest success.. Send attached coupon- today and'I will send you free my illustrated book on Rupture, and itb cure, showing my Appliance and giving you prices and names ol many people who have tried It and were cured. It la instant relief when all others fail. Retnem-her, 1 use no salves, no harness, no lies AU WNS HOPE FOU A GENERAL PEACE SOON Amsterdam, Feb. If.-^^ .. dispatch from Vienna says that jOQunt Czernln, the Austrian foreign- minister, replying to an address of'tbe'burgomastar who welcomed him, said It. was the; war aim of their; suBremia war lord and emperor which had .secured a peace with the Ukraine. This peaco, he added, was in a double' sense of the mightiest significance, /i ^ "It ever confidence was Juatltled It-is today. I am, firmly oonYlno^tl->hat we have only }o hold put';a,llttiiiy(Shg-^ or and an honorable JKehoral be attained," . � Wouldn't Take $100 for Appliance;; ; Cranworiih, Ont. / Dear Mr. Brooks-I am pleased to' wrlto you and let you know what your Appliance has done tor me; I think I am all right now, as i have not seen the first sign of it since last fall. I can nuw run, Jump and lift all I like and I would not tako $100 for It if I could not get another. I do not wear It except when at hard work. Your b(�pH ance.,ls just as good as dyer. You 'can use this letter as you like fopthe benefit of. others. Yours sincerely, �  GEO. KENNEDY, REMEMB|lt send my Appliance^n trial-to provo what I say is trulB>',You are to bo ttro judge. Fill out>>fr^eInformation about your appliance for the euro of rupture. . 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