Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
FllilUY. FF.IHU'AUY 28. 1910 TIII; u-vnuminc.E DAILY PAGE NINE SIR WILFRID and AFTER (UV 11, F. GADSDV} Tho unrspprU'd expected waa hap- pening. An aged statesman, well be- yond the fcnau, was paying tho ddit wt1 to nature, apoplexy ihiu him down, though a painful surprise was au ap- prehended accident of his advanced Sir Wilfrid Ijaurier had said himself, not more Iliau a IortnUb.1 ugo, that lie was 'ripv for mid now, Ins soul's peace waile, tie Out and Uoyjttd. Tho correspondent scribbled rapid- ly up thorn hi the Press Kooni. aa- from manag- ing U'Ur irim- story WMlo tJit'Jr bauds were busy pencil and paper their cars strained (or Iho lele- phone. The Angel vras at ihc other end of Hie wire. They luiist nol itif.-y one of his messages. Sir frld was dying and (lie whole" country j that little telephone booth" 'in f the corner of Uic room Drafted" at" Iris JtecHde. Grc-at men do uot live-tor themselves alone, arid they rtiiist die same way'. could not. say iuticli. i> know what U mount too." And th-' talk Drifted. Thy iuueral provided another topic fur coimueut, "it's my said one. L'uion lioYCTuinent ;i great deal IM'.'. n.-ad in IU-raid tho tetter i.f Mr. II. trivial wht-rfcin lie I lopul'- in oT Can be no! n-a-l the riiiun un th.' Vi'all" iliat lias tor s-.-t it una all Ilk-? c'viL. tetrtbie cur at froisi i INCREASE IN PENSIONS OTTAWA. Feb. the house Thursday. Dr. of Toronto, made a strong plea for hitter treatment of returned Ecltfiurs. He thought that there should be an in pensions, poinilng out that for a pri- vate scf'Jier for totaf divabiitty was insurficient. He would suggest that the total disability pension bt increas-d to a year. CHILD KILLEO BY EXPLOSION n.-Ji. A six- i'om iis bed ?i .iful r-kuM fiac- iii struttcrex tor t arumi-l house f.rokon. Tiic- the .iion wa'i due to a, be conrluion. iit influx ot in Uii' tracts at "Thou an or tli rot1 now fissure in L'nion (Joverniticnt. the Premier anil cue-fourth of ,the Cabinet absent in I'aris ami Sir Wilfrid, who on thft OiJimsUion tliis Derision threneil tu be lurbu which merely may now n'good enJ. .Vie. ease and Roiiip uut as hu had wisiiLkl smile of tile bas kept mn vmnu quickly .and without pain. -He was.jtn hloi.nU Jnjr jcDUttJous uut he couM not cpeak. Tlic faid unollter. "fie was a (rue (liuraiyjrls >nl rpblipd him of Ms, voice fricni3.' J, of jny.lroxibjes to jiiat he could press tenderly the He as always wrllliog to eharc 'of who addressed loving words lie -bclpcd me over some to liiui- About noon, tlicre was ;i dis- itarxi 600ts.' Metier to tint i sbckenine tin! Afte-v you'dnd for me." 1 ihat iio failed mfuiitc by -j eaM another fingering- fewhluv with every tick an oW .Hanwrd. "it he will ntid any-1 "dcr' lf he 1R tloik. He was un old very apoak as eloquently for Mm as W-ay EClt old man uiHl very -and liis work ilo did tot Macdonald. What ;i funoral J aboui going back to Sir become' dlsruntlve. Kveryhoijy fa be on job if wti art; to como through tho ytrlod all riKht." "Wbal's to asked a nr-r- voufl Toronto ''the Western Liberal ITuiotiists wlieilier in or out of the I rum gravitating to the new Lfberal art fouttd wanting'.' Nov.- a.- lo tome oi Mr Culvin's ncntf. Me ihai c'l Smalt- lie atljrui'y ihst sixiy pir ctuu. of tde men ia AJlJvru have vio- aic-U and 1 t'k iufur wr-i violating ;ss yrool of aihire. CJrantius for thf the iic-ss of Hits csiitni.u-, winch liuwever, i d.jubu exMiiiiied ii su very alarming. Tliery are ;i number of of it to b'; in th.- first place tin- at- Vi'iu from that into int.> death. 9ir isnd Oratton-ihat was! -Tonr WliHe Wll- have something to do to toi> this Mutt friU -breathed ills last at ten minutes here." io throe in the afternoon. H was a] a gooj thins." said another, duy uI glorious clear, i "that we've had 'j. war to accustom na and-strong .as the luminous In-j to great bereave'mentE. -Sir tulligtiuce which _iuis just a big gap. Otlniva will never Kulslied. Jbe quite the saute lo me now that the Old .Man' has gone." "I'm interjected another, lived la see the end of the The lalk iu the Tress Room did not centre about the honors and achieve- ments 3t liis lanp career otic, tliai 1 can remember, inadu that grcit page Wilfrid for various reasons hut what's lo slop thtin bolting ncnv if the right man comes if the sceptre 1 It looks lo ine Es about to pass to the "How about 'MacKonzie eomoboJy suggested, rising record, ex- war. It "would have been t to that eager mind ot his cellenl und vigor. But how docs he stand with the Old Gviard? Besides lie's not in the House. He h (lls to come from too far behind. Anyhow _ has been written. What the not to hnoiv liow ttio great tragedy said.was "we have lost c.inie out. Now tliat the war is over u friend." That the men vrho were we bee'11 to know what it meant. Now iu daily touch vim were that Str Wilfrid's life is over we may J 're'i 'fid and "'ori'.cti four or flu; children. ;i-l a ijonkcy iiiU'd with the they tci't r.( a stVtit. They won.? m r.igHi ujiiiatr-nily and thy rendcre-tl in liit-m by tfu- riti- Etna and afn-r thc-y Kiilln-Tt-fl in chunhos Ktaool- rooms without doubt nisukud in ilie Bavins of HUM CRIMES WARSAW, Teb. ed were kiUctJ in Bransk by before they evacuated the town, ami villages along railway from Bialystok to are turned and pUUged. H is tstimn'.cri tnat horses wwrth marks itottf> from LHhuanin the Ger- mans. U. S. RAILWAY CASUALTIES Feb. American railroads during 101S re torney-geucral did uicati i-s to in- 'in the, o! GOVT. TROOPS OCCUPY TOWN COPENHAGEN, Feb. man government troops yesterday occupied the town of Harnborn, in the Ruhr industrial region, after a fight in which a number of Spnrtacane were killed. The government troops captured MG prisoners. MAJOR ANDERSON KILLED COIJLK.NX, H. U. Anderson, of Dover, N. J., commander: or the fourth aviation w For Constipatioii Carters Uttlc liver Pills will set you right over night Purely Vegetabk SMU PiU DOM, Carter slroR Pills tbote who tack iron m btootf, M most pato-iKcd peopU t one time or aiioihi.i- viola one or oiht-'r teclniicality oi the icohibi-' lory law. Is it not tjuiie a once draw ihat -i iroyJly iiroiiortloii this sixty jier cc-nf. unaware ihiit they ;u'tually Then again does Mr. Oalvin for 'a iiioiuent suppose lliai such hoary .a. mm Oh, For a Cup of in I'arliaroent to make i er.' Events may stultify Press Hooin coin me ti his si or y i s w r U ten t eti days ahead of the dale ot the general nnimon was that Mr. Field- ing, a Liberal Unionist, or' Mr. D. D. Mackenzie, a Lauricr Liberal wouid be chosen temporary leader and that the national convention would prob- ably Bottle on Premier Martin of Sas' katchewau, or perhaps a Western Lib- eral, now in the Cabinet ,as permanent 'choice. Itegrtl was expressed that Mr, Carvell had not resigned his Cab inct position as soon as the.armistice was signed. He would have lieen in (a fet'tler position for'the Liberal lead jership as a private member than.as la Cabinet Minister-in- A similar regret was expressed (n regard lo Messrs. Caliler. Sltton and Grerar. who are not, so ID spt'ak "in.clically this suddei: change in the It will 'be interestiitg to note near or how far ihc Press Gallery is from the actual solution of the prob lera. No doubt the conclusions of the men oil the snot, are jusl as pertinent s.3 ttibse made by .wise editors at f longer distance. In tW midst ol death we are in life and the liigges' Brimful of warmth full of the bliss- ful thoughts of comfort and civilization ready- to add strength .and stamina across this great white plain to nour- ish and to cheer. CuwU Food No. 11-608. OMAN'S COCOA Perf Brand" for the political parties in Canada is, "What Next." REVOLUTIONISTS ARRESTED BA3BU Feb. per sons. Including Major-Gen. A1cxan4fi von Szurroay, formeT minister of na ttonal defense; Joseph Szycrenyi, for nicr minister of comraerce, and Her Mctblcn. and Ifurr Somich, tormer members of the Hungarian oablndt are under arrest at Budapest, charge Tyftlv. counter-revolutionary da, according to nrlvlcce received her from tho Hungarian capital. U added that Dr. Alexander Wckerlc former uremler and 'minister of f: nance ol Htmgary, owes his liberty ti his advanced age. liaMt as rtrEnking -tingrainei! as it is in the social Hte ot mun can be eradi- edited inytaulancouFly tiy losislation, Was'Ilouic built iii a day, Mr. Calvin? Cive iirohibition a chance, man. Vfhat a'dvo'cate of it van van quote who ever hr.fl the nssuranco to promiFd immedi- ate results of moral uplift of prosper- or ot absolutely empty jails? Have vou the elfrontery to accuse the slators af. every province in this grt'-it dominion. of helng stamped Ihlo en- ing rrchibition or ovcr three-fourths the States in tho Republic to tbe south of us or its Federal Government at Washington. I where who want ihc open bar will coon have to float, ;ts you say many have done. ll, i( they have, what a good rid- dance. -Anent cmjity. jails, let me advise you, Mr, to i. write to the anlhor- Itles of the Jaw in ihe state of Kansas, for instance, whore prohibition has been tried out Tor some years, with adjoining states nnder. -license, and the the .VeilucUon of crime, to prosperity in business and contentment and sobri- ety -in the Jlemes people, I would invlle cAnciUious in tfte littlti Industrial city On- tajlo, "The Manchester of Canada." It lias been under local oytioti, .--with all Its manrfesi weah nesses, for several years. rft me say, in conclusion Mr. Gal- viii, that'sucb as yours is the choapesl tbirig in the world. It will not in the least delay tbe onward sweep ot prohibition, nor disprove the fact tbat prohibition eventually prohlb Us. Thanking you, Mr. Kditor, for space in your valued paper, Yours sincerely, A. M. SHAXNOX. Of tho original unit of the Grenadle Guard a or Hnglaiu! thai went into th war, only 12 members are left. SUPREME IN STYLE AND QUALITY WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION. LARGE STOCK TO CHOOSE FROM. Prices Ranging from to 15' .RAILROADMEN you tried a pair of our Special Railroad Gauhllfcls. It's a 'dandy. Discount To Returned SoUim Large Stock of Imported Silk Neckwear Just Ar- rived. x TAILORED MADE :CLOTHING' FRED GOLD BOND SHOES ff LITTLE CHILDREN AND THE KAISER A picture that cannot but cause sliuitdcr o; t'lio mind 'is one ol littta chililren, at an n'gu when the sst things of life should form the fooil for Ihelr developing standing at A blackboard caricaturing the Kais- er' hanging from a" (red, Such a pic- lure, revealing as it does oue'of the minor results oj. a' horrible war Tn wbtcIi-.tUe 'of the, innocent lias unfortunately not'iieen omitted from Its scope, is scarcely one that helps to minimize it3 horrors. Vet tills fiwprile -dnnvitig sn'lijtict of the Mllle. Uolyiun and French re- fugee's during: the nas-l tc-w months the ccmllict poured into Halland In thousands. Tarks, .schools find churches taktm ovtjr to accommodate ihoin. j Tiic Fchool roonisi, were hcdded with each room containing porliajis i .jiaK a, dozen old men and women, a few mothers and. a dozen or score ol .children. 1! was in othool room Jit Grouing- en, Holhnil, Hint C.ipt. D. Corueli of the C.'auadian Y, M, t', A. Overseas Ftaff, found HIR school thtis utilized. Seizing the pieces ot chalk lying nhoul room, tn Hie way tlmt other children Rin'.iSarly placed would do, lUc-j-e little icis r.f less (linii tpn years i decoratOtl the blRrk'nnard wiili their i crude art, nml ihe effigy cf Hie Kaiser' i thus of, lie found lo he most j frequently Ua subject, i U fell to' the Ul ol i visiting Holland ;or tlrft Y.M.C.A. to caro for the repatriated Canadian pri- aoTiefs of to sec a great deal of j the vork being done In Holland for I the rfilipf of tiiPFt1 rttugecs by the nnj by other i "Many of these people hnd lioen on j the for tivo ;nantlis and their condition was hoth pitiable and doplor- i said (Nipt, fortett. on his re- turn to Ixmdpn...; "After finving bren In Ihc open wecV, living chief- [ly on olotheft lorn lo shreds, the nitre fad that they had al secured protection from the wea- ther and sufficient fooil made them conlenlwl "We many of iluj scliool A FINE LOT OF CHOICE MEATS FOR TOMORROW Beef, Pork, Mutton, Lamb, Veal All Kinds of Cooked Meats A Full Line of Fresh and Smoked Fish All Meats Go Direct From the Farm to Your Table and are the Finest Raised DELANYS Fifth Street South, Opposite Dnllas Hotel Phone 452 Dining at Kirkby's Is a Pleasure Always Menu, Service and sun'oundmgs all combine to make eating enjoyable. Full course dinners ov afternoon teas always ready to serve. Every detail indicates superior- ity and refinement.