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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TUB IJtniBRIDGE- DAtW FRIDAY, JUNE Oils no Ecpante uatloual ot lie couuUlea iu whlcji they live." .uollUril sense. Such nylons In A" arisen which promises to 'be of unusual In- lorest sel Icuclli.' well 5Unl- IQ a ulilKIeu "Future of the substantially lu JoJQ'Jirns follows: ImporOut HOME FOR EXILED ON A FINE ENGLISH .Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ford Have tor Hundreds of Homeless Refugees, Giving Temporary Lodging and Employment at Ougtlring- ton Near Manchester. SOCD atier the oulhreat of the TOT iBMslin relUffeea bcsan fn Jiiplsnd In Jfirge numtwra. and Ihc preblom ol caring TTAS All the world knows ol ihe widespread tor their relief. Among sabsuhllally lo ihelr aid Mr. and lira. Henrj' a O ringlon J 1 Lynn, In Che, icn mllta from Manchester.' Here men. and children are ho thoTe'VhD are cijiins were being housod miserably I Jn and stables, aod wllh all1 P05sib'.e he ruahftd the teuk preparine Oushirlnr-or, wlilch. by .Mr.' sad Konl ntvrj have srtn. Vnoccupled lor quite a period, Ir had ro bti alrnorf enllrely furniture, a toller and nuiciilftes Inslalled. and nunit-roirS- itere y. The reni arnouma to an J asreiinent wHh landlord ihTs sum Goes lulo'Oie Be Kellif Fund. -The loial exvenses beea about JIP.OCO Up to Januio' Ovtr men. -women and cMo bo accoraiuod-led at one lime In Old country mansion, ana found the, IhLi Old over'l.WO UelsJa. LI refuse In time of great and a home la v me la vhlch l> iracQ ftjid heall ich they could recover eallh- att as servants In the house are pak ol lrom J3.50 per -seeV Ic- the light lasts they pc-form. Ever aduU rcceiTM SO eenu 1: ttmney each pl until eotne mtre can'be made for rerjljust-. roeol land of their aoopilcn- The; haU accommodates 100 .at a Mtnt, lls cpenlnp has caiw for 'imagine an old English 'mansion in 39-acre seitlns of TtKei lawns, broftd wrindlnC drives. shrubs ana rfant treei. It mu37, indeed, seem haven to. those who qnough cart prolectuiE come ucler 'I-.IE Municipality. Oushtrlngton Hall Is c. lUtle munlcl- -Td'lch the bo'useieeper. If 'under the direction oC P. U D. Pem. iTOanager ot tie Ford Uotor Company ol WnncnfAler. and I'erry. pMr. hundreds erf iplAln a apd Innsln. lhe: a deal or persona) Irou oTi irip; ground conatantty. B.CK >es his fleck trie best ol care. 'pro'feMlonat Housekeeper. A profE-sloni] housekeeper to th loodi, and SMJ tlJa CTeiytMns I? and splc rislaV ,t___A fllft of wti'lrislaVled at CrsMn-orde IQ care for the crowd o rtfurcts moat. o( "trhom were 50 .CM turted aver the loss ol Ihclr family friends and home thai (her help less to help Uiernselvej. But gradual! u-J Wlentaj[ jb.il iplce have Kis.Btss and iMr. firry, itutnaetr the Ford Motor o( ManchUler. to (urnjsh his ompteie. Trosti qellar garrcL The ioHer which heal'.'aid power defective, ana'an bo Her nJ lo be supplied. .Ghairj. lftbl.es. beds.; urtalns, ruga, dlanea.- picturff vaHc.v etc.. very sauare quipped (o orL and accommodal A _ ous ol laid by. so k .Llsht be Full nious covered over Inlo a wlnlerJpUyiei children, y were, over __ of fresh air BJH 11 the coldest A Tlel to up la our coluaas as toiibe [uiuro of Iho Jews uybipa- thetlc atlontloii, has fiven protuloence lo many'questions wtych EWmcd forniprly tho range pi praclloal politico. XOHT o[ rcstJnj jban ot tho Jcwji lii' the people. Iu a from, a .'conjoint conmlttcp of ol danutlcs ot Dritisb" Jews aiid the Abglo-Jovlsb oicoption Is taken to n. cotuiuuully In a po- litical sense. Are Alive to Situation 'The commVUeo claim they arc fully Alive to Iho special meaning ot Pales- Hue for the Jewish race. Ther-'iirc auxlous that In Palestine, civil and TC- ItEtous llberlios Tor Jews bo secured, but affirm thai emancipated Jovrs lu sb r lands :i_ committee to thnt Blnca the Jowlit relij the only rertalii ct it Jex, Milouallty. aiust be foujnl Knitted by, rellgtou, nan, of the Kug- Fcderatlob, that bo (or In til visual Jews, that coDsUlute a nationality. Tlio ihe Jews are A uallo by the conviction of aii ig majority of "put the oges. Thla-cbnyfctlon pays has always been all countries. i jon Df, teh Tlkft Lbrd Rothschild 'and lltte, claimed (be conjoint cennmltlccrispeak for British Jewry, or, Indeed, for a Jarcer mass o( Jewish i Vrewi i "Lord IlothscMM writes: "TVe Zlon- fsls caoiiot seo bow lha establishment of one of the allied powers can be considered for a moment In any way srtrertive to-the position of .loyally ot a very largo part of the Jewish people, who have identified them- selves thoroughly Iho citizenship thai tin ;cscnt at least fiewry as a, whole 'or domlnlona. icel to vr Aiuorlcan Idcnllfy then ith tho Uu'ls dcscflul cbkracter, bu( Srllb. (rat veMeU In It, to serve u n bond the scat- tered frflgujonta of Empire on whU'h tho BUU iiever'aels. Without tucU a bond the Empire was sure to yield IQ ccutrlfuga) force, and ulU-, fall apart lor waAl.dt H.. Protests'and cea were illVa thrown away wbet) uttertd by others, vwu sane keep bolU, feel oil tho oarlh, It .required an t? the people IB A general to uiako .Preuiltr ascredit- see whither He drllt- nal soltUarlty ot jing. and to cut bloiEelf LOOM from bis udoublcaiy persist, former associates and Nuw I re- be talks to his public In a oioro taUon- al and convincing manner, iud them tlat "Lhe very nahirA nf the lo- cal seH-Eoverntncul bjr every part of tho Empire to render and become uo'ro religious coniuuu- uses (u uatlonkllly leva In wt. danger ol [on. satisfaction Iho as- _ can to re- be.prepared to co- or- sypporl. of direction we be- 'OR IMPERIALISM A fow moutlis ago Premier Huches of the Auslrallan' Dominion WP3 flll- s from' place' lo place In lIMUIu. KlDE Bpecclica on the iiecesilly ot taking pow lo give proiwr direc- tion lo the cvolullon of Iho nrlllEh Empire adifr the war. Ills flamboy- ant ElatQiuents of opinion nndobscuro prcsascs ot Hie fuluro wcro then Just 15 nebulous u (lie .Now Im- perialists In tlio other Donilnlous anil In Ibe Unlleil Klnedora. Tliero iras lo be a domlnallng oreinlzatlon of n non- Impracticable an attempt to oa thlE system a council having plen- ary Jurisdiction over the cnilro Em- pire." Thfs is admirably concfso and correct suuuuy oC havo teen win? Tor years on (ho same subject. Mr. lluchea, irvllh eyca opeiioj by ;i f-entral eieclEon the AaUrodcs, BCDS clearly that nuy attempt lo cr-'ilf a new ccutral iiollJoil unthor- Hy. or la vest' "plenary JurlptlkllDu" In an exlst.ng one. voiiU IKI lo-Fub- Jert the Empire to a novel and blraln. An Iiupcrfal that meets chiefly to make Imperial represcnUUvcs belter acquainted wllh1 ore another, and wt'U (.he uravor ind- higher aspects ot ImparUl pioblems nnd policy, prove quite hclpM La the whole Empire and to all Ita parts. but'there must lie no attempt (o clothe 1', with any but cotned royally the relirfoUsl Wrem. home t their The men given jrort aJ.-FCwn af Ihev lo Many j-oun- men'and'boys .-were laKen Into ihe Uit Furd Motor awaT. and are roi-oricd as -well. Many of Ihe orphjii 'children trough! at first hare' since been adopted Into "EniilUh families of the. neighbor- hood. Thus the plan ftt Oushtrhslon Kail haa teen to solve-tnc rerugeeji' proWtms BJS fa El Af and them .and. riippcrtlng. Mrs. Ford-ha alilpped manr belonglnp to Eds el. -has personalty packed and m' large boxes ct clolhtnj. ilr. Ford and W Ihelr son STOCKTAKING SALE All This Month EVERYTHING TO BE SOLD AT THE OLD PRICE SAVINGS ON ALL LINES Harness, Saddles, Tents, Leather Belting. Manufacturers and General Leather Sporting Goods, Trunks, Shoe Findings Make it i REAL f ynih our help Make it a real picnic Make it a picnic that of the party w ill enjoy and reriieniberj Make it a picnic that will make (hem smack (heir lips. We're ready to help. We'll supply different cold meats that will make every sandwich a miniature banquet. Everything we sell Is FRESH from the farms of Sonlhcrn Alberta. DELANYS HMITED PHOXE 452 been the produces. We... are a branch of a big firm that built up the of Just now we have a large slpckoMiariiess, Youjshoiifil ypursct stock S i ,i We can show yon an large as- sorinicn-i of cutlery, Like everything we carry it is grood and dur- ing this sale the price is ;dpwn. We carry the stockman's knife shown in the illustration. 'Our Leader' Team Harness TENTS We are so situated that we are able to offer you, during this sale, at big reduc- tions, tents of all sizes and different styles and qualities. We are headquarters for tents and awnings. Get yours during the sale. We carry a fa'I TenaU, Placer We hmlsoBe particiUrlj good TenijU; Racquets, which' we will sell at greatly prices Mt FIFTH 8TBEET SOUTH LETHiBIDOE, ALilPiT ;