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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATIJBDAY, MARCH 1, 1919 Tllli I.ETimUHK.I': DAILY PAGE NINE Prince Hero Is of Victoria Cross PECUOKML QUEBEC. the ot the legislature ye-slerday 11AUKAX. March. U. C. Wfleclc, Vancouver, aud .Nursing Ste- provided tof a u. O. Percy, Victoria, arrived fcere tl18 I Sauvc, o! tho tho allentloo ol Kon, Walter to the outline ot tlio liquor llctwe till given fcy tne Canadian Prens. inlliualed that the measure uwui to pernlit lo cliooae prohibition aad beer soldiers 8M He asted lha returnlDg on the laplaa) was Col. trul11 Ulis Keck. VC.. D.B.O., M P., of Prince, Mr. Mitchell replied that the Inter- liuiiorl, who is -proveedlaj (o Ottawa1 matlon of the Canadian Press did not on special leave for the purpose of'come tram the government, tor unending the sessions of (bo house present had nothing to siy 4n rciirett'DlallYe ot Skcena, British-this connection. to tbs contests Columbia! I ot the license bill, he- said the house. Oil. I'eck this morning that I VMM know them soon, for tho nxa- !tu Intended ixcetliig his regiment, tho: sure, would be distributed on Monday JCth Canadian Suolllsh Battalion, Tuesday, tho port uf disembarkation and going wltli U to its destination upon Us In tse spring. Uol. I'eck.won the Victoria Cross Si'pleinber i', 191S. la the f.econa battle of Arras, wheu, accompanied fcy Ills pipers, 'he led his -battalion In person before Cambral, breaking dou-n resistance of mar-bine guns that TW MWic-fc Mtfe HIGH SCHOOL EXAMS e Hlllory. Gratfe IX. Com. A. lueran SO, G. nosalno "J. W. lind defied the division. The Stonely L. Knnpman 73, K Bennett pipers wero oil killed. His S. O. jia, 59, D, 1'racSc G. won at Vimy mage, and a 'bar Dai-son 45, T. Allen 43, M. Cdger 41, ndiled for worn done In August of K. Hikes as, (J. Wilson 38, T. Kessler laet year. Vol. 1'eCk was mentioned fire times In dispatches and, ol course, wears ribbon ol with star. He T'tHit overseas as ft captain the 30th battalion. Tills Is his first trip to Canada 3C. Goodman 35, II. Coirln 35, .M. Smith 32, T. Christie 27. Average 50. Writing. Grade IX A. A. Crawford 75, N. Grant 70, M. Hyssop C9, A. Hutner 57, P. Balilerson of Henderson 57, Hutch 56, '51. Bate- man 54, E. Jones 53, L. Downing 53, T, Andrew 62, A. Hamilton 51, C. Pros- ser tjO, E, Farrow 50, A. Alircns 49, l.aujhren 44, J.'Uenoon 43, Hill Jl, It, ilowmn; 41, R. Cragg 40, K. Owen 10, 'It. Kerjan 40. Average 63. British History. Grade IX. 8. C. Saniliju'st 92, M. Wardnran S4, B. MADAME HOSINA FOISIZ 23 St. Rose Kt., MOB tied. am writing you to tell yon thai t owe my life (o Thit medicine relieved mo when 1 bad given up hope of ever being well. I was a terrible sufferer from had suffered for yean; an J nothing J took did zne aajr fxjod. 1 read about 'Fruil-.t- tires'; aad cried tliem, After taking a few IvxfS, f am now fntirtly :t'ttL You have my pennission lo publish this letter, as 1 thopo it Tvikl persuade other iufferers from Dyspepsia to take and get A Clergyman's Wife Wants Women to Know Advantages of In- ternal Bathing If women could only see the tlious urnls ot letters Dr. Tyrrell has receiv- Sellens 67, J. Johnson 64, H. Uannard M. Delay 33, Weslcolt 2S. Arerag ed from Kralcful women in ail parts tn, j. Mcllvena CO, C. >Mo.MalifcTi 57, 59, ot the world, thanking him for bis }j, Panl 55, M. Scott 44, B. dander S3, v.-onderlul tnvenllon for Internal Balh. j McXulty 51, D. Whittakcr 50, V. J 'Boy _______________ _____ Ins. they ivould soon discard tlie med- Peterson 49, Nolan 58, M. Toraiv Fowler S4, Violet 82, Hug iclno holtlo and look to lha cause ot kins 46i .1. 'jforritsej- 44, D. Seltzer 42. McDonald S2, Jessie Bickell 79, Harr their .trouble. -95 per cent of all R. McQueen 41, fl. Morris 39. C. Viney Glass 74, Winston Hyssop 69, Allc In the ivorW made from fruit. odo. a boi, irial alia 25e. At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Limited, Ollwa. Trigonometry. Gracfe Feller 92, Zelda Sloan S5, Elei human Ills are d.ue to accumnlated 3gp Loss of Sir Wilfrid is felt on Both Sides of The House SS. K .McKfnnon il, Falrfield CO, Alice Hardie 50, JSyrtle "4 OO, .UUVjIiilu tJ. ,'lvn'ulluu riilllmlU UV, JM1LC IllllUlU OV, waeto in the Colon or Larje Intes- M jarrett 31, II, Kerr 31, D. Urseu- Gillies 43, Mary Moore 32, R. V: tine. Warm water, proper y used will bach M c uraenbacli 23. Scott 23, Haarlem 31. Ihc "J. U L. well relieve tlio y GlaavHie 23, K. H'eid 15. and Iriniiiiinmmi nnirr healtlr wlil follow. i t. A Winnipeg clergyman writes: wife la naturally sensitive B. Wlcogarver 100. L. Dunham OS, having her name appear In pub-' Sandirulst 90, J. iMoscovitch 83, V. He print, yet Is anxious that others Gray 91. S. TurcoUe' B. Anderson should know what the '.I. B. Cas-i8S, S. llargretves 57, .SI. Bowman S5, cade' has done for her. It has really'R. Galbralth L. Simpson 81. G. given licr a new lease of life. For. Morrison 81. S. Ingram 79, O. Wyman years the had been doctoring lor Ron- 78, R. Harrey 77, fe. Olander 76, W. stlpatlon, vjhlcli hecarae worae each1! Grant 72, P. Hlnnt 72, C. Nelson 72, -Tcaf.Siu'c'4'using first about ago, sholjii has not been sick a day, and haa be-pom 51, A. Green Nichols 49, A, T'..- -7 ,T inauguration or Lir. uaisi J (4enl lod v commiselon iorm of gove: MONTEVIDEO, -itarcb the inauguration of Dr. UaUtasar Bnim lay begiat a, immeiit for (Special to The Herald) OTTAWA, Feb. House ot Commons is not Itself these day.-. Ms oldest, anil tnou dJatloguUhed mem- >er 13 no more. In any company Sir Wilfrid Laurler was conspicuous; in most of lliose m which he ivas found ie vaa oue of the outstanding figures. 3very Canadian parltarapntarian ad- mits that In the HOUEO ol Commons le tas, for many years, been its most I notable personality. A member lor 45: years continuously, lie was an instUu-' ,lon In How valuable such a man as leader la lo parliament only ,hoso familiar with Us work i-aii ade- quately realize. Ho Is gune, conse- quently the Hausa Is not itself and will hardly be so for some time. The absence "of Sir is the more felt because tlio personality of leaders counts fo.r so much in. Canad- ian politics. To'some extent this Is so !n every country, but It ceeras lo be especially so in Canada, where the history ol a party la pretty much, the history of a few of its outstanding leaders. Experience lias shown that after one of them departs the party wanders for a while seemingly lost, Whether this will be EO in the case of the opposition rcmalas to be seen. But the absence of the man who, 33 years, loil his followers through victory and defeat, is bound to greatly felt in the ranks oE his old party. It would IX! fcreiH-e. There Is no doubt thai tlie unexpected situation crt-aled by the death of Sir Wflfrfci dcmanda his early return and one may be sure that, ia addition to rt-aliziug this himself, he lias been made awure or the fact from this side of the AtUntir. In the mean- time, everybody will carry on uniil lit? gets back A sense of the gravity ot general today keeps re- sponsible men together in a nmmer unknown to fore in the life lime of this generation undoubtedly will to tnthience powerfully (lie actioiiB of our political leaders. All the Indications are that from now vllw> ,ire ou will move rapidly in the o.' tho stalled slock train nud a north- fonn; to have eliminated all gacullng direction the of nvo j bound passenger (rain on the Mfnne- in wheat and other food, strong vierrmutnt political panic.- In'apojjj and St. Louis Hailroari near Condemn a'.ion of daylight saving udditiou there may be a small group Norwood, 45 miles from here, voiced. or two in parliament. The time sei-ms The Mork. of floyd, ty he nf.-ar ut hand when Uio average Mitiu who was killed m the wreck, jneiDbfr wJJl have to decide ilcrtnltely was to ibis city last night, m whk-h one of these he will make; his and other persons who were had- uermancut home. The w.-siem nieni- ly injured wtro brought hero thla beri arc- taking u cooinjou seii.ie vitw of the situation untl there st-enis to be IHtlw liJccllhood of being] URGE FIXING PRICE OK WHEAT rtrawn into_ tlm web of nitrlgua that; I.A I'ltAiKlE, Man.. is hi-in? ihiily woven by par- hiurc-U L-Ai the P.mmul mei-tlug of lisAiiB in the Chateau }.aurier. ta VraSrie ot the Growers' Association he-re SNOWSTORM CAUSED WRECK 'tei-dny H.-JUV hnportanl questions were iSW.VKArOLIS. .Minn. .Marx-li nnd itasstd. A blinding :ii Kcsolutroua were carried (a urge Mtnncsotit yesterday is believed rhe of the IMS wheat crop have )ieen the cause ot thy wreck cndorfe Hie farmers' plat- erf nine ministers, who will name three 65, B. KTidersby C: Peduiti 62, G. ot i'ne political party opposed rell, of Xew York, and haa done more during tho past tew years to rsslore health 'and lessen disease than other moans combined. The "J. B. L. Cascade" Is shown and explained nt the Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ud.. Lclhbrldge. Ask for UoDklet explaining all about In- ternal Bathing and what it .his done for others. U is i Young