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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT l.ETHBRlDfiR DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1919. 1 Most Sympathetic He Has Had a WonderMi! Lecture accorded the penojou tiPAWs frcm a ilictu-c. Mis. NoUou played Miss Arnold's furuis-hej' the musii1, English Mr. CuV? 33 orator the oniir.aty acceptance Tiie U'rrti. In? sf-tiks wUU finlshiHt rhetoric, !iis of Kfgiisli is just perfect. His stones of "The most appreciative and ihe hiost S.TCIpathetic audiecct? 1 liad in Canada." was ihe tribute to people paid ty Irvin Ccbb. war correspondent and ivrher, his lecture at the I and ifoey rooked with i IlitigMer at his droll tales, U iu TV; tli hh scoria He J lauded the work ol tin? nesro uooys I at may be stated that everythii-s possible is beins done to return our soldiers to Canada as early as poss- ible and there is no belter way of I batidlbg returning troops than that The ilittieulty of gettios qualified! nosv in Every effort is be- teachers io accept posftioitfin ing mafle io return troops to Canada in life non-English settlements it i3ljn a inanTier that wfll be satisfactory hoped will be overcome EhcS-tiv by Canadian troops and to the erection of teachers' cottages in the blic jn Canaaa school yards. This is the plan of Dr. J. T. M. of educa- i lion amons? New Canadians, who lhas recently assntue-d office. YOU CAN BUY Groceries Cheaper 'FROMBINGWQ Niagara Fill Pears, can 30c Niagara Fall Cherriei, can 35p Silver Bar Sliced Pineapple, per :i-'....-.......-.----- 30o Crabapple Jelly, 15 or. jar'35c Wasstaffe'a Orjnae Jelly, 15 ol. jar 35c Forest Purs Syrup, per bottle, -We; 2 for 76c Golden Syrup, 2 Ib. {En, 2 tins for S5c MacLaren'a Peanut Butter, 2- 65c Wethev'a Pure Strawberry Jam, per bottle, 40c. 2 for 7Sc Reindetr Milk Coffee (ready to psr cmn 35c Good Cooking Onions, 8 Ibs. 25s White and dry, 13 Ibi. for Cabbage, 12 Ibs, for 25c Celery, Lettuce, Carrots ani Turnips, etc. ICE CREAM AND ALL KINDS OF SOFT DRINKS BING WO PHONE 1872 320 THIRTEENTH STREET N. WHAT BOLSHEVISM MEANS PARIS, com- ing through Amsterdam stating that Field Marshal von Hlrufen- burg is raising four army corps for th- protection of Germany's eastern frontier have attracted considerable attention in military circles here. The allied military men are interested in particulars, Tor the reason that if Field Mar- shal yon Hlndenburg were success- ful In collecting such a body of troops its existence would upset the present calculatioi-.s of Ger- many's armed strength, on which the size of the allied army of oc- cupation is to be based. (From The National Civic Federation Review.) Mr. Frederick M. Corse, head oE the New York Life Insurance Company in Petrograd, had some ediCying esper- ipinces. "The Volga Kama Banfc.was one of the biggest and ricliebt in Petrograd. U was like tbe National City Bank here. 1 had the .largest account In it. The BoUheviki early in 191S deposed iti president and board of directors, and put a man who had ueen the bank's rear yardman in charge ot tbe tank. 1 had to'deal with him and he was still there when I left. All private banks hail this'same cs- (Winnipeg Free Preis Special) OTTAWA, Jan. coming PPS- slou's budget will bring homo the lesson ot Uic war to Iho Canadian peo- ple. While tho conflict was in pro- 1 gress littlo consideration was given lo it he. spending of luoney. The passing of money voted cilher for war or (or I domestic purposes has. during all the var sessions, been a very tortiml tuat- er, even when party lines were most closely drawn. I'arllanifml voted huu- Ireds of millions in the lime it would 'ormerly have taken to pass a vole !or a harbor at Margaret or a post of- ice at Now that peace has been declared and tbe menace has been removed the Dominion must gel down again io co time methods of voting money. The War Appropriation uct, which permitted tho voting of half n billion dollars in half a hunlretl minutes, can- not ho longer reported lo. must bo prepared for all (or nearly all) expenditures in the future, and parliament must detail upofi these estimates. The government is even now preparing them and there ia now time and opportunity for retro- spect. When the war broke out Can- ada's net debt totalled and lie: gross debt Today ihe nut debt of Dominica stands at atirt her gross debt at Both have more than quadrupled since the .war com- menced. When, the war b'roko out (he interest on (he debt was in tho neigh- borhood of by end ot the present fiscal year it will be near- er for the irltcrest must be paid not only nn Use net but on a very large part of tho gross as well. No further baciv than 1010 the total cerience. Multiply the Volga Kama Bank's experience by a thousand and Colonel T. E. Lawrence, Aged 29, Did Valiant War Service invNear East ol As- sociated T. E. Lawr- ence of the British' who recently arrived in London with a son of the sherH of Mecca to give information concerning tbe aspirations Tor independence, chaslnE powers ot her revenues aud from tuls viewpoint things do not psar so gloomy. Kor (Uo fiscal year enJtus March 31, 1515, Iho total revenue of the Do. revenue of the Dominion was only a butidrc-d and ono millions. Total OisDursement of During the year prior the >var Canada'a total disbursements amount- ed lo anil this was con-j minion amounted, io HUuut pldered high. Her disbursements dur- oofl and the net debt at tho end ot the ins tuo coming year (apart entirely fiscal year wus tbo not from those required for the upkeep of was. therefore, about (oar and a (be troops still virtually ou acttvo ECI- half times tliQ purchasing valuo ol tho vice) will umount to close to MOO.-, revenue. iu ISSO the net debt stood' U is proposed to spend nnd tho toTal revenues on government aud were debt, tlieretoro, over on public works. Aiding nearly six times the iurther JCO.OOO.OOO ure required to value of the revenue. In tbe uot I'Diuplcto the shipbuilding program at debt was and the retenue present on toot aud H canuot be said the relation esain being lhat this will constitute altogether n }about five to one. It Is estimated Ibst "capiir.V expenditure. Tho ships nro tbe lotal revonuo (or the current lo cost per ton, but tho prlco of cai year will amount to approximately irhlpbulldiuK in timo is littlo It U therefore evident more than tiaU that, so that a sooJly ;that R wln uot to mwt all ex- part ot the will tiavo lo be written otl by the Dominion. Gratuities and Pensions It is further estimated that soldiers' gratuities will cost In (lie neighbor- hood of from 575.000.000 to while will ho required for pensions. Add lo tUcso in- cluding interest pn Iho debt, tho or- dlnary civil expenditures of tho coun- try anil a sum is readied whii'li is u record in Canaliuu budgettlns- As a matter ot fact, tho fiied charges of the Dominion alone are pro- bably greater than her average total expenditures iu peace limes. The debt ot the Dominion and tho fixed charges which she meets might very well ere- alo aprehcnsion in the uiin'ls of who in the duys before tho war were wont to predict bankruptcy to the D-- minion if tile present standards of ex- penditures were continued. Thoro aro hoivover, wjio have been accuj- lomed to consider tho debt of the Do- minion from the viewpoint ftf (lie pur- pendllures even apart from Sorno portion ot the total rerenm will incluilo that derived for ths war prolits' tax which tlila year. In Us place, however, will come- icicomo tax and froaa this a goodly turn may le expected. ._ ___ iSjj characterized some London newspapers as "one of yon have the siluatton. Tbe most remarkable men'jiroduced by iki deposed put ig-i the ivar." Unsightly Dimples aa4 Ueoushes on the fee mat tan signs that the skta and Hood need the purifying aodstreagthwmgactioaof BEECILVK mis. CARDS, THEATRES, the 'QUESTIONS OF THE HOUR SUNDAY, 7.00 P.M., WESLEY CHURCH EVANGELIST STEPHENS WILL SPEAK ON "The Christian and Amusements" CARD PLAYING WRONG THEATRE GOING'HARMFUL DANCING SINFUL DOORS OPEN AT AT BRING YOUR PACKS OF CARDS WITH YOU EVERY DANCER IN TOWN INVITED PEOPLE COMING FROM MILES AROUND IS ndrant menials in charge. Bill this was ioirAaired young Englishman of what was going on in all otter 39, smallisi of stature. Colonel Lnwr- lines. Under such anarcby no 'bank >i'nce gave sncS services to the Arab jcoald TOluntarily remain" open. .Those cause that he as a that were forcsd to remain open were anl) E'Tcn 'i'0 aidljionalirank ot emir, mada tranches of the State Bank. For- j which is equivalent to tnat of prince, mer depositors could draw only up to No other European.' or Christian, .ac- 150 mbles a week, and that in a cliy coriling to London Daily Mail, bus where a sinele meal costs 70 rabies. ever received such "a distinction at the To geS these 150 rubles took ibree j hamls ot lhe roy.il' family which is the days, all sorts of preliminaries. senior descendant cf Mohammed, such as getting permits and vises in Fought in Arsb Garb, different jwrts Of the city. it you I Before the v.-arl Colonel Lawrence paid lo certain lesser Bolshevik! tune-' a sluur..! o: a'. Oilora. tionariei 25 per ceni. of the amount Aa he was able io speak two Arabian you drew, you could draw a million rubles." The Lumb Brothers, of Cartwright. Man., went into the trapping bus- iness z. few months ago as a Hue. dialects, he was sent by the war office in 1914.10 do intelligence work In Egypt. Laler he was assisned to aid in the negotiations with the king of Hedjaz, who revolted against the Turks at Jlcdina in June, 1916, aftcr- They have already realized J23S from Joining the sherll's'military ser- wolt reVU alone, and have lost hutUkc- Ile adopted the full Arlh field kit ot flowing robe, headpiece and golden dagger. With Sherif Keiseul he planned lhe blowing up o[ troop and munition j little time from their regular employ. ment. Seven of tbair .Tvolf. pelts brought ?112. In the opinion of the board of trains on the Hcdjaz line, anil so sue- use of.indigent patients. Westminster Meat Market MAKE BREATHING EASY! "that's what Peps do, ana that's why they are so splendid (or asthma and difficulty la breathing. Dissolve Pepj IE your mouth, and tho hcallog vapor !bat Is releaseil mingles" with the breath sntl pece- (ratea to all parts'of the breathios pasEages, allaying tha iaflamnia- tion, healla? the membranes, end- 3ns1 lhe "wheezing and smotherJcg sensation and itakfag breathing easy. Mr. Fred Hloz ot Saskatchewan Landing, Sask., "writes: "'IsEronsly recommend Peps lo all ttoEe Trfao suffer -with asthma. Ot all tha remedies I tried for this ailment, Peps Is lhe only oas that has 'me reliel." Just as beceflcial for bronchitis, laryngitis, tightness o( Iho chest, sore throat, coughs and All dealeh or Tepa Co., v Toronto. 50c. IKJX, 3 for I? CHOICE MEATS for SAT. CHOICE BEEF, PORK, MUTTON AND LAMB. TURKEYS, CHICKENS, DUCKS AND GEESE.. A FULL LINE OF FRESH AND SMOKED FISH. FRESH EGGS FROM EXPERKvIENTAL FARM. DELANY'S MEAT CO. PHONE 452 FOR Specials Saturday Pot Roast, per Ib.j..................18c Home Made Sausage, per Ib.............. 23c 2 Ibs, for .......................45c Hamburger Steak, per Ib...............23c 2lbs.for........................45c Phone 1 OSS ernors, the Saskatoon City hospital cessTal ihelr- operations Ihst tbe jftouia be given, alcohol and Blcobolic Tiirhs put n price on their ot liquoTs which have been forfeited to j each if lafcen alive, aod His Majesty free of charge for tho 000 dead. i Blew Up Troop Trains They blew IT trains, one a great troop train icblch contained Djcinal j Paaha, commajuJer in chief ot the Turkish army, ar.tl his -staff. For this train Colonel Lawrence lay In wait for I ntarly three days and nigfils. Several trains were permiiterl fo Ipasa in safely. Then came Iho big one and Colonel Lawrence, pressed hultOTi that sel ofl a mine. The two huge engines toppled Itilo a ra- vine ami the train was wrecked. Pjeroal Paslia's car near the end waa the commander in chief W UGHFOR SMS IF Ui! Oil BOILS n KIKE: If Cross, Feverish. Bilious, Fruit Laxative at Once- Give was launched into "Uninjured, himself up from the sand he Every mother realizes, after giving her children "California Syrnp of lhat Uil3 Is their Ideal laxalire, JiecaiiKo they love its pleasant taetc and thoroughly cleanses tho tend- er Htomacb, liver and bowels without cross, irrifalile, feverish or j l breath Is liad, stomach sour, look at tne tongue. Mother! If coated, give n teaspoonful of this harmicRs "fryit and in a hours all tho1 foul, consisted waste, Hour blle'anrl undigfifilerl food parses out of thn Ijoivels, and you hare a playful child again. When its little system full of colrl. (liroat sore, has stomach- athe, diarrhoea, inrtigsatlon, and fled for life, tearing off as he ran his medals, decorations and epaulettes. These were found later and given lo Colonel a good "innide doan-ilng" tshouM always ho the first treatment given. or mothers "Ci lallforn- ia Syrup of Figs" bandy; they know a teaaptonful today eaves a sick child tomorrcTT. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup o( wMcli hfis directions for bab- ies, children of ftil agps am) grown- ups printed en the bottle. Btwara noltf hero, fid don't be foolorl. (Jdt (he genuine, madi by "Cat- Fig Syrup At (he meeting of officials of (he four cities ot the province In Edmon- ton on Halurrtay the Question of em- ployment In lhe west will be talfen up no'.1 it is possible a meeting of the mayors ot Saskatchewan and Alberla win be held hi Reg in a next week lo formulate plans for approaching the government at Ottawa -with view lo securing government public works in the west which will tako cafo of lhe unemployment problem. Mayor Har. (He ha? heon (n communication with Mayor f'larfc of Fidmontcn on tho prob- lem nml it likely, Iho proposed Uc- gina conference will bo lhe result. It Neutralize! Stomach Aoldity, Pre- vents Food Sour Gaaty Stomach and Acld- DoultlCFs if you are a sufferer from idleestion, you have already tric'l bfamuth, soda, cliarcoat. dr anil various digestive aids and you know these things will not euro your some cases do not even give relfef. I But bnforo glviiiK up hops and decid- ing you arc a chronic dyspeptic Just I try (he effect of a IHlle bisuraled tho ordinary clal carbonate, citrate, oxide or milk, but the pure blauraled magnesia which you o0in obtain from practically any dnigginl In cither powdered or lahJct form- Take a Icaspoonful ot the powder or! two compressed tablets with Utllo waiter after your next meal, and see whit a difference this inakcB. n will tanlly neutralize the dangerous harmful add In the stomach which now your food to ferment and sour, raaXIr.g gas, wind, flatulency heartburn and the bloated or hoavy, lumpy fcclfng that secm.i to foltovr- most everything you cat. You will (hat provided you late a little blauraled magnesia Immediate- ly After a meal, you can cat almost anything and enjoy, ft without any danger o( p3'n or discomfort to fol- iow 'and moreover, the conlinnod uso Library Coupon I sfliall be glad lo furnish the following named book or booVs of books ..............................._................... I when called for by an accrcdiled represcnlative as a contribution lo tho new circulating library lo be established in Uic Y. M. C. A. build-, Ing as a nucleus of ,a permanent Library which H is.hoped will mater-' ializo in tho near future. Xante Street and No. Please clfp this Coupon, fill In the blanks and forward to TflE CITY CLERK. W. D. L. HARDiE, Mayor. of Iho cannot Jure tho atomach In any -way BO long f.s thtr inillge; lero arc symptoms of ncM Advertlsomenl. GREAT WAR VETERANS CONCERT v AT THE COLONIAL THEATRE SUNDAY EVENING NEXT PROGRAM BY THE CITY'S BrtT MUaiCAl TAUNT UNDER THE DIRECTION OF CORP. J. E, THOMPSON SILVER COLLECTION ;