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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FCCfl LETHBIUnGE DAILY HF.RAI.t) WEDNESDAY, Jl'NK IS, 1U11) Deralb Bibetta DAILY AND WEEKLY Prtprliton and {THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY. LIMITED HI ttll Strut South, lilhbrldgi W A. Buchanan fmlaeo: "d Uanai-.nc Director i-v- .....far more Iryius to a uon comb.xi- out than to a Las Jrvquoui- done much lo sustain and Inspire ihe troops. It rnusl nol. Lower, b.-' supposed thai ihe duties ol ihe-c'.iaplains on ibe baltU-lleM wow confined lo attord- lus an ciample of passive endurance, i or even to the mlnislralion ot spirit- ual comfort. Tbe duties assi.tucJ to the chaplains W.TV'. as i nutter ot fact, of aa Klremvly arduous I'.iture. U was tbeir lask to sueich- or-beariuE- parlies 10 ussisl the medical officers. A.amulet o! them were commonly detailed ii> iue uicss- Ing stations, where, they fre-iuenily remained for lous vc-rioAs without rest or sleep, under lu'ivy .lire. Hero their duties "were spiritual. Here they bound wounds and save the Kta such nourishment co'u'.J lake. Here they minis tered io tha'dym'si recyiveJ messages to be sent to or.wjves. In', hospitals EilJ" casually clearing stations the1 chaplains' had nol onl> spiritual but social duties to perlorm lemHr Audit Bureau of Clrculitleni. provided pirces Icr'lhe conval (ublcrlptlon Ritti: delivered, per week e- it-ty. orgifltied ..-whist drive and. checker, -tournaments, boilns Dtlir delivered per talli; delivered1, per year ......VM nlgttf. -and. literary and debating bpmall, Weekly. bv mill, per year fl-'> Wiekly. ty mall per Dtiti at eiplry ot lubscrlptloni ap- fUf dally on addren Accepl- UC4 ol pipsri ilttr elplrallon dill li ottortty to coallnm iul> irriga- THE BALL OF THE PROFITEER. The downright greed ol the Pallon Manufacturing Company with its sev enly.two per cent, profit. 22 contessec the cost ol living committee's sit ting at Ottawa, was equilled by the cool nonchalance of its President ha declared lhat Ihe mills o the company were not for Ihe glory ol God or anybody else oul lo the benciil or the shareholders. The only merit that the statement conld b teki lo have had -rras that it was candid one, bat tha candor was ec lipsed by the heartlessness and th surer-selfishness that give it 2 sordl dlatluctioD. If business morality is to oe eauged by the admission of the head of th Fallon Manufacturing Company, the the sooner Lhfr law defined thai i HI iVJusy oiiu also move'd back lo lown. from Com merce. Bill is now working Mehew Bros. I Mr. R- Lamb's old carpenler shop. lie Standard Bank Besides doing vulcanizing and repair work, he car- ries a lull line of tires and tubes. many friends ot' Unto'r. 'Jef- fry will be pleased lo Iram thai-he has been hit by Cupid's arrow'and was married in Salt-Mke two weeks J. il. Johnson. ,ah-.ola resident Raymond, is receiving many, con- these days, 'as he was ried on Thursday to an ;e from American Forks, Pte. Stolen, a brolhc-r-in-law of H- p; The clouds loo, also kept the ground from drying onl before the crop with plants had lima to 'get Ihelr share. One farm under a cloud-burst Is located in ported lo be flooded almost as mnch as it irrigated. j Tho sunset bad a hopeful appear anco nnd it la irjeliejed that crop pro- pects are now vory bright. uenl Assembly lo be held, nor has II has moved lo Raymond such as the Fatton Slarin-" called nn election for such an assem bly.' He pointed oot Ihtt the Soviet ficlnrlng Company, in its cold-blood ed avowal of. extortionate protits and id shameless allemnt to Justily the same, are those whom we are lold strong arm of a prozeclive larill-' to allow them in tbe national inleresl'lo sorrivc; This company In tbe "manner it has made use ol Ihe artificial barriers lo competllion caused by the war, serves lo snow lhat there are manufacturing con- from Saskalchewan. The Boy ScouU are-making a iwim- LJIJ. nf. ----_ imlng pool under ,uc Is Ihe name of a form ol government I direction ot 'the lo'wnrcpuhillrT Claims Properly in Milk'River Water the Disease the'Soviet, government Is lhal It would uot allow a man or woman, who employs another human being, lo vote. Since dictatorship ot Lenlne and Trotsky, no general, election had been held lu so far as the general govern- was concerned. They were I I bold good lo October Ist'only. IT. Bryner was-the successlul bld- cr for the hauling of Ceo. Green, maniger of" Ihe EllUen Mills, was down looking over- in- stallation.ol an lem at the sprint squlh ot lown. Tbe lown council appplnled D: usurpers and did not represent I in ihe centre ol-town guarded will make Ihe consumer pay than 10 per cent, ol the Russians. JTho council have taken-ine iniiiallvo lo Ihe prolilllng Toe Consluuenl Assembly, which haa In making a town-park-In the centre Lytcposllion they In trom meeting, was a, lo eilort'lhe same. H Is nol enough tnlir rcp'ereseplative as'it sood otie. ana the-C.P.R lhat harpies should lie ei posed. to''have atlhat lime.. could not do Raymond n kinder ac thej-Wtoo thick-skinned :lo leel the Is lo why, .if only 10 per than to let the -torn .lOK-lta.avenue elfect of snch eiposnre. Tliete shoold Df ih9, 1SO.MO.OOO Russians tup-1 e n Se some means whereby -Iheir 'gains, the Bolshevlkl, the olher SO made at the' expense of Ihe public should reluro to the public by ___ Ihe rational French said: "II Is Just because ot 1 thlR reign ot (error thai Ihe Bolshev cerns which EO Ions as liey are safe- ,.____ Mrs. Thos.Oldham. Pelerboro, drop- per cenl'-ol trie" people" did col over-led dead while a turn Ihe Bolshevist governmenl. Mr. (.Special to ITerilJ) JIILK RIVEH, -June new Hu remedy which for want ot a bstler name mlgl t bo caUed "Milk .River waa'devl'seil by Dr. C. ?J..Giles f Xlllk River during; his combat wllh he ravages of the "epidemic through hal part ol Southern Alberta. Dr. Giles observed lhal the u the- immedlalo .ylcinlly ol. Mlllt niver were n'pt alfllcted so seriously with the flu aa in' neighboring com munltles, so he decided: lo try to llni a cause. As part worl ic analyzed samples ol the waler sup ply In (his 'and blKer'-comrrlunllle and then finding Ihe, uncommon facto which Ihe analysis showed was con. lalned in the water at MHX River, He used Ihls as a hasis ol treatment In all his pracllce throughout Ihe aurvound- "ing neighborhoods from New Dajlon heavy contribution lo treasury. CHAPLAINS AT THE FRONT. ;The ministers o! the chnrch who te taken part in Ihe war nave, in Inslituled. naTB iay.cu I cepl plat Idey arc counie. ihe'Wrrlces they have Tendered, .-Ther have p'il lo de ded 1C tte dlalincllon of Ihelr pro- h' jn reTI fesslo'n'and eulled their calling. They, bi VAlAfm _'.-_. '-mAraiv nrnnr.hprs and tho I ._ .__ were np't.rnerely preachers and j tliw bringcrs ol spiritual coneolallon to Ihe men at tha fronl. They fulllllcd this offlco, but were nol content with thq eame. They did more Ih.sn that. Tbe annals of war endeavor on the. part 61 those who look an acllve parl In It redounded lo Ihelr ciedlt. There been much glory and much renown gained by men and by Indlvll pal corpn. The rays ol Ihla blaze of glory kava not Hit the chaplains at the tront unloncned. They provod themielves men when'lber volnntc-cr- e'd for Iha front and acqullled Ihem Mires men whan tber got there. frithu report ol Ibe Mlnliler of Mill jtla (he chaplains iiave received 'recognition which shows Uial Ihey risked t great "deal more lhan Iho rjc-n-combafanl nature of their services Tnf'ere. Part of lha report says: cfl everyboily Ibat Is not (or them. Tbi; do not.prefer any charges thosfrVnom they'arrest, ei- ie'pt rnal they are counler-'revolvitloa- leaih 521 bos e for the At one time Veslralnsler, .r.Hy-sis "delfntiuen i children from .various" schoo ka.o rnw. Ihive a Helps teeth, breath, L digestion were transferring from Kron stadt prison, 1 Ihoughl It was ICO officers, bul f have heard since Iba is MO, and one veporl said wera Iransferring Ihcso officer Kronslartt prison, professedly lo another prison. The bollom ot Hi barge toll not by accident, an Ihoso officers were all drownfc'l 'Mr Frauds eallmalod lhat about 000 were under the conlrol of the Eo Asked If II wore common rtpo lhal Tlussiah women were being hoi hostages to secure the Uielr husbands In Ihj array, M Francis said Ihal It was. lie entire id wllh the following slaleme m c.1 checkm? up' receritly Introduc- d by a truant olffcef, and" a leVer umber ot "h'ook- with reKard lo Bolihorlk army: "Finally llie Hol- r of a. big oo, lured byTh'ijli .'s'sjarrcs paid them 1 Ihe Soviets, Ihe -light work In tho ervlce, the prlvllegdsl; and mainly by. he prospect of being well lei; for at hat lime all of Central Ilussja .was larved. Only Uie Sovlsl and the led Ouard lived lavishly and elmply on good Contlr...lng. Mr. Francis aald lhat ho system In Hussla to day was really an anarchistic government. U was worse than an ncarcllisilc government jecaufin anarchlsla bellevad only In destroying properly, aV he underslood It, while the Bolshevikl belloved In dcslroylng human IKe a3 well es prop" erty. Or, llila polnl he said: and Trolsky and nndik and.Tchlclicr In and Zonozlc-ff that havc.ln kill jicoplc In order to main thai country end Ihe fnle-lllgcnlsl kind II -was .composed of war prison- .d 10 formerlir employeil on llie Murmank acllon, and .their unfalllnE (learl-ntM railway; ol al- 'imder r and Ihe (Marnpic-whlcU 0[ Wnoin lolned Ihc. iioljhn- aro ill.. cowed." lie ,lnal Ihey had n6 th hnnds" Ijf Ihe lied "flriard, (ha gone Ihrtiujsh the anns-from evcryhndy. .f Here la a" True ptcliire iH BolahcvH Eovurnmenl which nhnil wd hear of Hovlpl governments rnlglil well lin taken nutc of. Shoes Distinctive Styles for Women of Fashion W.I. NELSON 620, 3rd Avenue S. ERMET1CALLY scaled in its wax-wrapped pack- age, air-tight and impurity- proof- WRIGLEY5 is hygienic and wholesome. The fioodv that's good for young and old. The Flavour Lasts Be sure to act WRIGLEYS Look for tbe name. Made In M I III III III WHIC1-E.V S JUIC.Y FRUIT CHtVYIIG GUM' ;