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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta urusn.w, I ao, inw TIJIC Lia'HBRlDGE DAILY HUtUU) PACK SlH'RN Our Cum Correspond'nil MILK UlVKlt, Keb. large ami lopresenlatlvo nice line was hold at iho Hunt holvl.of tbo citizens of of lilver when Hon. A. O. MucKay, the provincial guvernnium, spoko of ihe KQod-such a hospital would dulf fur tho town auJ district. A. It. was t'lu.inuaii ami a committee wai formed toasting of Dr. GHcd. A. "U. J. G mli HID, F. I'oates, U. Hmilli i A. Hunt, who in always ready Tli ere Ja no iloutt but .what majority ave iu favor ol irriga- tion. Milk River seeins to Le uwnkeningf at Lib i to the possibilities ot the! town and district as a good is Irony of t ratio was or gauged In In Hunt hotel on Saturday right wiiU J. J Jot-hem iu the Attlr. A. IE. Shea as resiitent, Hemming as secro- lary. Kxecutlvo composed of Mr. W. Steel P. C'. C'oalcis. F. II. EHerl. A. R Shea, J. Jodicm. Let us wo will ln-ar more from ihcm for it is a aure thing if Milk lliver Is to lake her place among the other tow us of Ihe aoulEi vie will all have to work lugelb- er. The Ladles' Joslitute .served dinner In Hum's hotel on Friday for the pur- lernmetit for u PL isecuUim of ilic (He Mun, tin.1 I t-r uttemttnl for lite purpose ot 1 j.ib'jr's attitude "uefore then1 jpac I ruction ItiNor men like aid and who wuro tu wi'Jl vi-rt JirHish tn Christiana, but Mr. Wilgiit s seamen 111 German JHKIS mU'nied in eJ brtAikfaM trays wiih him. and Tbe Seamen's I'liiou went got the medicine intended lor lo a great dfal ot exjif-inc- to treat die bpt-nktr uas (0 speak cr to nioit- So when MjoDonsiM boat lo i-rofs Id I'tT- seamen who were o{ boat told Sim in- couldn't ride: he could if wanted tj much to go and] I shake tht? hmi'ls ol (he nun'-; tk-rrrF. AuJ then HavetocX Wilson.' 'huad of the jtneit. .Mr. Wng.hi. j lo fiergen ami Christiana and t-tm-V Ihrs'.ru to FCI- the dermaus j up 10. TIK1 rtojry was nu intenttUnr (leniuin were at Ms id ay auit night, anil a former ilerman d tried '.o poison him ;i! brrak- OISP morning. And then ho -.vein TO MOTHERS! Instead of the dreaded dose of castor oil, calomel or pills, give your children Cascaicis and save money, worry and trouble. ChilJrcn love CascaicU because they like candy. Nothing else acts so gently but surety on tiie child's little stomach, liver and bowels. Lfrir- Ami Hun seamen il. Smith's on Wednesday afternoon, cold during four and u half years riiar.y 19th. of war. .Mrs, Lloyd of Lethhridge, Is No Love for Bolshlcs the fittest ot Mrs. Albrecht. f I'eler Wright doesn't tlu- Thf masquerade ball held in Klterl'a I as he them; wr hM! on Friday evening was a decided success. Miss Smith representing the German seamen u.-ll as lial! and did ihu Germans in C many with Uriiib-ti t-'-aiiii-n? Tit 1 IV'ir court lady took first prize, -Mrs. dial o BoM werw -I'00 of them. K In ot them rtiei from lube llussia when Trotsky arrived, ynd, lirat six months of. ttu Claris; IJD never saw such a dirty Iiiint hearted now fty )ii'r ft-nt-' rt-u'osis in 1 war. "iJan'i iljOIll IXUCtillg the Iu Cj tllL'l s In IV; .iid I u: f some eliajis iii conn- "and they wjn( liie acla. 'Huy siiudlrl ew-ry he eiported 10 Troisky. ugiud wlien Trot.-ky land- ver saw a dirtier jib or a on any niau before cir. Itun asern oin anil oin. to the satisfaction of ;lnv interested town on Friday. inrpared In advance Cartels little Over Pffls You Cannot be A Remedy That Constipated and Happy Makes Life Worth Living pARTER'S IRON PILLS rainy ficet but will Kreatly help pde-faced people Submarining of Ships Then camo Ibe submarinim; of sli In (o'.u- yenrs IT I've u here of van ivorkiuj.' ycur duty In- on iliy thftic wild men' of He lhat ive tian use our j four anil a half yea re, lias '.vurkeit J day and night to deleat die- tlcrraan pirates on the high And that 'crowded audience hoaril u pile-driver [icakcr who knew bis subject r iti a manner thai left litMc to lie said, seumeu iosi tuc-ir nvea inrtri- ajonp lint-'s ot reason to get what the stain on the hands o[ thcily through the brutality ut (iernian but if create "anari-liv I Uii people with u-hcm he hopes tho! iiaal connniintlerj. It ua- doliberaty working man is man who sulfcfs people of Canada will have noihinR murdtr. "Somo peoph; say in a spirit i Ut-ware of the man who whatever to do In way of trAdfi of forgiveness for tiie Ilun that preaches II you love the" until the Germans repent for their was not' rinpportea by iin- ranfc ycll ought surely not hiite monstrcus crimes again-n clvillzatton.' file o' the German people. "I look We Hritish seamen, we And the etoriea of Mun told on you as a jury and I ask you lltm auil we know with a wealth of deiall which iihnost1 return own A confer-: have nuidc un our mado the audience shudder, are t-al- cr.ce ol Herman labor Uudcrs in Bcr- never again to nail with an- cubted to steel the hearts of Cana-, lin. appealed to by -Mr. U'right by lyt- mm until he is inuot'Lilatetl with dlans against the wily Hun until re ter tm behalf or BCiimeit. scrum ot fioiiheiu-c for the crimes pentaiicfT is much more evident than fused to interfere with tho Utnuaii'iICi -nas commUteil against us. and we' it hns been at any time since ihe ar- naval or military policy. These good peopie of Canada Car Owners! REMEMBER! Your Storage Battery has work to per- form, but cannot do it unless kept supplied with pure distilled water. Your battery is developing power equivalent to one or two horsepower, and you can- hbt of an empty Haj'p your battery IcUerl with" dEstillcil Batteries for all makes ot cars. A Written Guarantee with ejch new Bveready naller.v, IS months on Marling, lighting anil ignition, 3 years on lighting. When one of the kiddies has a white tongue, tainted breath, sour stomach or a colJ; when cross, bilious, (cvciish, constipated, remember, a Cascaret "work" bilc- sour and poisons should always be the first treatment given. Cascateu never gripe the tender bowels, nevet injure, and never disappoint tht woiried mother. Each 10 cent box of Cascarcts contain directions for children's dose from one year old and upwards. Also for adults, j MIMING SCHOOL OF ALBERTA GiVES v PRACTICAL RESULTS vc n to I who conuecllon with Ibe Hst uf those passed the British Columbia ALL WORK GUARANTEED Eveready Service Station J. D. THOMPSON 'PHONE 1956 713 3RD AVE. S. present, With him on the platform t railing. Ami the brother Uermnit a clieer for the Socialists, hut- was Mr J, A. Irvine, ot Calgary, socre-; men came along with hatchets anil whether H was a joke or not it didn't tary of tht- Navy League, Alberta cut their hands off. Another time the j amount to much. branch. 'Mr. Irvine spoke llrilish crew in boats a long way from__________________ telling of. the worl; of the league in j frhore were given a low line hy the) TherR js a nrovindal as well as a Canada nnU the help contributed lo, Cierman etib commander. H was u of local perceutage was lilso ffal; graduate of that institute, and in the third class examination tlicrp was also a successful graduaiR who had taken die eonrse. T3ie ahove result in a mister province Ihat school t-an lie easily under.Tlo R is one of the technical school that Slaving [iraclical p tills. FOOD RIOTS 'JO.- -Serious fooU riois have broken oui :ii Fahna Major- ca, one ot the islands in llio Sjiaiti Ualearic group. The luarkei balls ivere antl destroyed. All tha stores and tales have been closed. The populace attempted to IOQL tue palace of a local millionaire named Marcnotle. Cavalry, however, lieat off ihe mob. RUMANIAN PROBLEMS argely ot working men. tfor vhom thejcajue up and saw ihe men he ing rio-i noted British labor leader had a very I voured one by one. huL not a helping nspfrlns-message, and at the conclu-j hand from a brother German Efaman. iion of Ihe'address members of tha' Another time a c of 32 men froin cxecutivf; of Ihe local Trades end a torpedoed ship was'taken aboard the It Pays to Advertise BUT MORE SO TO STAND BEHIND IT WITH A GUARANTEE. That's what Short does, when he gives your car its necessary nature's remedy, Pure Paint and Var- nish. There to stay and always stand up, without any waxing process, condemned by Al Auto finishers. Positively no forced drying preparations used by me. Your work solicited by one of your city's perman- cut residents. H. W. SHORT 405 SIXTH AVEflUE SOUTH PHONE 417 Notice idled j Many Labor Msn The audience was composed Civs men lived to tell the British shfp where the sharks were thick''The German I'AHIS. Ftli. commission fsr the of Rumanian territorial question? met Ibis afteracun at o'l-lopl? under the presidency of An- drew Tartlieu and coElinued the dis- cuFsion of ihe t-laims of Rumania, ac- cording 10 a stalemcnt issued by tbu cotniuSssion, Council galherea anil hoanl a special message from British labor lo lie Inbor men of I.ethbridge. Peter Wright, who addressed the au- dience as [iccl.lred that he U-boat. The captain was'sent below. The remainder of Ihc; cren- was lined up on deck. Then the hatch went down and the submarine submerged. City Blacksmiths' Shops Will Be Closed on Friday and Saturday, February 21st and 22nd. As the local will be in Calgary on Friday anrt Saltmlfiy rost altriHling the annual mcollng ol Ihc Provincial Association ifi? (fly shops will hr closed, All MuckKinHlii tn Iho district nro Invited to uttcml the con- THE Blacksmiths' Educational Association ______ ..UIH was iOO milOM from shore, Onlyj lad been highly pleased with liEs rc-jthrte men survived. And those three; ception as a BrUisb EC'aman by the j men to sea the very next weefc. i jeoyle of Canada. He had coma to: The Germans tried to frighten tht Canada on a special mission intending British st' ?o they wotihl not go :o be home hy Christmas, but here it to sea. But ttiey could not frighten is tiearlng the end of February and 1 them. They lived lo see the Hun there' are many engagements yet to! fill. He didn't consider his kindly re-1 :cptlon everywhere ho went as a tri-! Ijtile to himself so much as a measure of Canada's tribute to Iho men or the BrJUsh navy and merchant marine for their triumph over the Hun after four and ODT half years of struggle. The seamen of Great Britain also, he said, appreciated very greatly tho help tt: Iho Nayy League ot Canada. Hun Trick XVrlghl then told of tho trick tlm Huns had.almost played on the British ten years ago, U was a trick which hurt con si tier ably tho effective- t'ss of .the British lnavy during the first two years of the war. Leading ten years ago believed lhat there was little danger of a great war as had come in Ifll-i, Lloyd George didn't ocHevo it would come. Asqulth didn't believe il could come. And there had been a tendency to re- duce expenditures on Iho navy. But in IfllO Reginald NcKcnna had boon able In include In the budget a large amount for naval extensions, and this htirt saved day. Al that time, Mr. Wright had inu p'mia' ui Lord Hoherts anil those others wlio stood for better armament, for he had visited Iho German naval he could talk (R-rnian. and he had ills sus- picions of the Intentions of the Hmis And lie toiiid My now thai those in creases in naval firmament resulting from Mr. McKenna'a action in had saved the British fleet in 1910. now that Jellicoe has spoken, ho could also 'say that the efforts oi those who believed {here would he nu more war had been responsible -lor tile unprcparcdness of (he Uritleh navy in lit first two years o( war. when lack of light for guard- ing transports ami merchant shipping- had resulted fn the loss ot mtUioiif-. of mucli-nt'eded shipping nnil the mur- dering of ibouranda of HrLtteli seamen by the Huns. now it la over, Insist, do your part, lo see lhat (Jrcat Hrltfiln retains naval supremacy on Hie water. I also aak you in splto of the Idealism ol President to help Britain retain the freedom of the seas as wo understand it and FIR tho I'nllerl Stales understood U in ihu past, as the S, nnderstoorf U when fighting the SpaniardH in Mun Atrocities j Mr. Wright (hen plunged into a [lain of Him frifchUuIness vlilch nlmost: Ami then lie tolrl ol the nindo tho blooil run coM. It was Just1 whlcli, after the Hritiflh union fleet in the most igrioniinons surren- der in naval history. Why? Because iht! dcrmair has a wide yellow si real: from the crown of his head to the soles of his feet. i Effort to Arm Ships The speaker then wont on to tell' of the e-Ttoris he made early in the war [o get guns for the merchant lint Kitchener ronkl nst spare them. In prove it. Mr. Wright was sent to the HrltUh lines' in Flandt'rs. lie paw the reason. The Germans were fending over In those early days 12 to 14 shells for every! British shell. j Grave Canadian Boys "And while suing along these front! lines 1 saw some of your Canadian! and 1 know what thtfy have- when they come home, doi all yon can for than; you can't do tw> inucli: An your duty to them to Ihe fullRst extent- in your pcwcr. and then yon will not, have repaid them for what thty have 'lone for you." j Mr. then went on to tell of! the attempt lo change the Ilun slripni and the fp.titire of it all. After nil Kind treatment of the German sailors! interned In Hritain, what did they when the Lusltania was sunk? They; celebrated fill daylight the next ami the British seamen turned them over to the military lest Uitfy j should ho iRolihed. Ami Philip Sclitcilo-i ma tin, that German labor leader whr> is ;i tnt-mlKr uf iho unreijeneralrj unpenitcat German R0vernnitjnl, whatj did he do when ashed to intervene the German workmen to stop the! war. He declartvl that the German! workers would stand behind Ihe Gtr-l man imperial government for a Ger- man dictated pence. And how Ihn speaker did Hay thR pacifist British labor leaders like Snowdcn, Ham say .MacDonald and Smiley anil HIOAR others who seemed to love the linn hotter than their con ti try; who want ad British work- men lo demand a negotiated pe.ico with the bloody Mun? There are, said tiie -speaker, soino of their Ilk in Canada' today, They call themselves the proletariat. Von hear them talking a 'Jot about free "Well, help If tlicy jKCl the povcrnntcnt of country llnlo their hnnds. You won't free 'speech; you'll.tfct yonr head cut off." R at I one alory aflftr miolhcr told as a Jack tar can toll them, straight from the by a majorily of In the s fif 1017 voted l Nine out of Eleven CARRIED ENO'S (A true incident on a Western Pullman) TN the observation-car out of Van- couver the conversation turned on good health. One member oj the party made the statement that there arc very few travelling salesmen who do not regularly carry ENO'S Fruit Salt in tlwir bag, and added, "Right now 1 would be wiling to bet that'half the men sitting here have with them a bottle of ENO'S." Glancing around, his companion noticed lhat there were eleven men sitting in the car. So, like a flash, he remarked: "That's a good lake you on, and the dinner's on you, if you lose." The embarrassing feature was to learn the actual so sure of his ground was the first speaker that he made bold to question those present individually. Do you know what he discovered? .Nine Men (hit OS AttwXy Slmti Ttty Wire Cmyixt A Edtk OS Eito's In Tkeir Ctifi! There is no doubt that this was a re- markable proof of the popularity of it is one resulting entirely from the absolute merit of the article. FRUIT SALT Is a clean nr.d natural aperient composed of the tonic elements of P'Jio, fruit juiro.s. U clennws Itie livcrv alimentary r.nd digestive system 3 that result from food, impure air, lack of exercise. H has been tried and provrtl by over -10 years' UK. Prepared by J. C, "frail HAROLD F. R1TCHIB LMcd, 10 McCtd ;