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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .MONDAY-, FEimUAUY 28, 1917 PAGE 2'j. President guard ibe-right of a great Wilton, during It Is address to corigms people who arc at.peacq and who aro nricrnobpj Hold furihor; desirous qf cknrcJBln'K >on'e 'but Iho '.'It mutt admitted of pedco; la fblloir'thq puriiull cerlalu additional jndlca- or lii'iiulclnpBft and and 'eiprCBeions ol purposes on ol'mlnd by 91 Gar miii aiid the all (he clrJIfxcd nadjins cf (he No of in'y cnooslng'or of Lholro 'aulliorJllos .creased rather than lessened tho Im 'that- ft our .ships and our are gjxared It will lie because oT Ihe cfrcumatances or be- canao xormnarlnera 'br German >uh- marines wlilcJi (lioy may happen lo ectcoutiter exercise die- anfl restraint Hi an of (nBlrucdons under whlcti (ticso com- JDDpiJorB Are "It would ho.foolish to rtenj-.tlml fraught with grftVCBt and rifliiger3, No MiouxM- Jul man'-can fall to sec that tho neces- slty- (or: actton may come'at spy.tltno, If TTQ arc In-faL-l and not In word deTend our element- rlgbts as a nuulial nation. It iwould IJQ most Imprudent to ho unprc- clrcuroatances bo unmindful of.tha. fact that (ho ILa' terRKof the prosenl con- Is'lmtnedlfliely.at'liand by con- .and that It W'p'iiltJ-.'lir'jBll' JlMcllfiopd require iiBUal leiiRth of Umo to .tbo'cdiiEretis wMdi succecfJa "1 tepl.lhat-1 sh'ouldr In viow'ot lhat fact; yon Tull and tm- audiorily i come only iy Hie wllrul nets' aod agjreisfona of ers. You will understand-why I ran moke or .fore- casts ol HcKon uoiv and miai any for your HUpportlng authority tbe moil general ternin.' The forrh'- In which icllon may ijecorae ficceeaar'y cannot yet bo foreficen.- lielleye lhat the pconlc v.'lll Ijp wllltne lo Iruet mo to act ifltli rcatralnl, with prudence, anf En Ihe true, spirit of. anilty and gooi folth that they have-InemnelvcB die playeil throughput theso trying and Itjlfi In IhaL bollcf that, rccjuest that .you will auUio'rlp me lo our Tnierchaht ships wllh de linns jthould.tba't bofomc nc rossary and with'the nieans .of using ilicm, and to employ aiiy. other Inetrn methods'that-may bo necessary and attcounlp to'.prolcct ou: -lilns. their leplll mate and on the Brag, I. request aleo that yon wll pront me at eanie time, alone wl1-' the a safflcfent credit provide Otffrfi) 1 to rtteaTis of'.proiefillon are, I Insurance apfJnsl iho prcscnt'-iypr-: Irate Passenger (as the train, moves "Why didn't you put my lug i In, you blithering 7 Porter; mair sense In yer trunk-tban there Is In ycr head, inon i It's you Dial's In tho wraug tluttastjuid powers, but I 'In'the Tire sen t'clrc'u ms tjincca, not'to 'arlfnnon generalilmpllrallon; -I wish "to'reel thit'lhe-authority and power thought .licnenlh Ilicso" phra- ses jintl elves It is iiat'or-m'riUriaMrilercaV.rhfirely tbnt wo arc ththking. -It Is, 6t roiigreas'ftrp-beliliul me In Ifunilnmcniai' human -flftiEs, of "oror It-may, become noressnry fbr'nic -U6 (In.- are' 'Jo.nlly servants bl tho and must act together and In spirit fo ive can divine 'ar'l'inlorprat It. "No one doubts what It la our duly defend 'our roni- and tVe lives' of our people in r.thc mtdst'-of ,tho .prCBeiil (ryine dr- .wllli dlscrellon, but -with Vji-'rlear 'rind 'steadfast' purpose. Only rrictlidd and Ihc- extent remain to 'chosen tipoii If occasion indeed .arl a v, :'rp'Blhca It ill tbo rlghlfl.'of.llfo. I am hlnklns rights of Inilnd SLilcs clttzons to "go and cqmo aticut their projier bUElncES bj; way hat. 'l-am-thinking of Ihoso rlglilahioils from the commander of the niaehh of la expeditioniry lorpes lude. civ ill zalton My theme is .of those COurac ot operations oh the Tlgcla "In two -days'' fighting we capture nhjs Inlrl'nijeineiil1" fifty EUitefing iit ili'c'imnJs ot'Cicrfnany ..there" may-bo ho 'recourse biit'to rl" 1 anri for wlrlcli (hflr'fl.'la abundant Urilleil Slates precedent.1' i "It IB devoutly to' be hoped that -it .will not be'.necessary to nut armed Jorrq ;anywiiere Into, action. "United Stales not desire', it, our .desire is riot UiiTfreht' from llieivs. anr lint tliey ivlll uu- dersland Ihe spirit.In which I am now actirig, the .purpose hold nearest ray lieart arid: to' oihlbit'ln t everylblng I-do. I nra anilous- tbal the thp'nallona "at should understand Tarid not 'mistrust me. I hope .tbal 1 need giro no fur- thcr 'proofs and assurances than': throughout hcarl) .three years oi anxioua patience that ]'am friend ot pcacc'and I._ pVeaerye" United State.1? ao Jojijr-aa'i Bmrable. I am not now pro JOJ1J-I posfti "-'1j3r OF MS Londoa, Feb. Tlio official an-, but Ihe aeroplanes nouncernVrit coverlns capture of ron .ccoyeratcd wilii Invaluable re rent principles nnd of Q j ;.r liberty- not'Imagine nny man with United '.'States, principles at Ills heart to 'defend these things." v BAREFOOTED'-'EUROPE AFTER PRESET WAR? If .Struggle. Conllnuea Shoe Supply Prove puile. Inadequate Feb. "A barefooted EU-. rope Js not'-, improbable, if Ibis war saltl Johu P. StuckD, .Vice- PresIUpnt.'of he'. Aiucrf can ''Chamber of: L'Daiiaerce- )h: General vance. A strong force of cavalry had cross- d thn Tigris and at ohccT iffanouovh d to gain the flank 'of the'- Turkish of relrrvat, Throughovit Ihe day olh our cavalry and 'ifanlry were eavily cngAgcd, tnfliciins severe end yet unknown, casualties ULC ncniy. "'In the meanllmD our .successes at annayat ivere lurlher pursued '.and ur infaulry proceeded lo capture and ecurc in aucccsaion the Turkish ifth lino defenses. Makhailat and'Sii- vatta positions, finally the be' at Arab-Marshinasgis, ThrouEt Manager pi an-American shoo maclitn- cry company, In" an IntcrYlowv conccrn- iesd to I merely ing supply and '.business conditions "request accoTd me ty met bv Americana abroad.' if'ouf.'awii-fbie' and detlnlle 'bestowal; A time'a pair of heavy the means" arid the ''authority to safe- mouniflin shoes last a" soJdler-but six j lic.salri "Theae" shoes liave {their heels soles, studded xvilh calls at-.rhat. are largelj made in Italy, but ma- chlnery and' American ..leather, and the quality of the ibaterlals Is tho beat we that .'quality is of course'Inferior'to tliaVsold before the .When "manufactured by the Jmn dred Ihousand Ihe government about" four dollars each. But the.supply Is always behind ,thc stnce materlala arrive very slowly from America. On one ship, the Palnierb, whtch'waa torpedoed in llio off toast. ol iiptttn In early Deciemljer, the .material for nearly half a mUHpn iialre of shoes 1 "The retail ehoe; trade in Italy Is now .obliged'-to .pay' nearly seven do! lars _wliclMale Ibftt before the war cost three and -a hair, and .14 Is probable that American shoes wil bo selMng-In' Ilaly soon: for-ten nm IWclTC .The Amerl can because of their shape am been the chief produc on the market here, and, pa'riicularly WORKHORSES ahd MXJLES the bttl work ibeen'offered for in Lelfv (brldfifl thlt seacon. Also 8 QoDd .'y'i Do hot forget the Bull Sals OR ttio at thll'barn. Boiinell Lucky since the wnr, the liaiid-matlc shoe cannot be" made quickly .enough." YOUNG GOULD KILLED Brunswick, Feb.': Gould, Ncxv'Yor'K-capl lallal, waa accidcninlly.kniEil Transfer CarefuKy and Qufekty Handled. Can handle pianos or furnltJre up to 2500 Ibi. .COAL C, O. D. Phone 1420. Flck-hcr Son Office at. Aleiiandn Hotel hunting 'near Jchyl lalnnii-last nigh? floulrt icoonp. II slnicfc a cbon'i 611 'Ihc-li cad 'with bull of Ms grin, and life wear-mi discharged, falalJy wounding him. Ill companion had' to row two miles In BmaH boat forlhelp. OCEAN FOR RELIEF SHIP New, 24lT-Hcrbert C Hooi-cr, .chairman the commlsslo for relict in BclgUirfi; staled lortay Uia the com mil I no ejected an a rangcment ,xyllh gorcrn- oh -.one Vdc and German govcrnnjcnl ort rtio oilier by which an acceptable lane for relief commission ships between" fJorlh. American irorls .and KollcrdatiVlha been agreed upon. front It h'as'not yet be1 possible to exLc of th's Turkish-lasstf In men'and in tcrials." the Press Agents Say AT THE EMPRESS VVLiiro'B CrucibfoV a Ug feature will bo shown. aL tho" Empruss tonight. The "coniQcIy feature Is one of Ttm- Ibal's Car- The program ia an ex- ceptidnally good one. _ iDid you ever, at the ago of 17, sur- reptitiously borroTy your father's dress suit-.to on your best girl? If.so.you 'will 'sympathize With.Jack ricfcfofd, who plays the part bt William Sylvanue-Baxter, who having, renounced "women11 forever, aa all yaang "men dp.nl the discreet Lga'oE 17, falls promptly iri love'with LGla'.Prnd (Louise HufT) al sight. maglne William's mprllficalion ivhen father's colored servant. Genesis, lifonhs hlru In Iho presence of Lola hRt'hls father "Done want-his open- right ,'TTiIs is only (he extremely amusing scones n hi Slarland Iptiight and tomorrow. 'AT Tho opening of Iho second chapter of "A Lass of Ihe Lumberlands." the E. A. RGBER Prbininc'nl 'Canadian v financier preatdent of the "-Montresl-. Traraa Ilnlirnx Trams, and several other big corporallons, Ihe rifrcctoratea of. tho Western am British American Insurance compan lea. Bulldogs. Are Comtngf COURT 3TAft, A.O.F. Are Holding an INVITATION PANCE Thursday jMarcli 1st IN THE K. P. HALL A. street car will bo at the hall- aflcr ibt dance. Extra Lady 25c March Records Now On y Sale, LAZARO, wilh his voice ofliquitl gold, Piirlow with her enchanted violin, and Al jolson, a macsLrodf fun,