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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK TEX HERALD .'MARCH 0. ROYAL YEAST CARES i Cabs is tut it tuwl be mpror- tJ, w( are pif IV i feud to a squre will k as rapHly as practical. Tk quality of the and square caws is gaanslwd to W kfcntkal toner) Eatli of ky Mcttwrr, k war paper, ii su i Baiter at tkm ffarfjcaly sstijkt, ROYAL YEAST HAS BEEN THE STANDARD YEAST OF CAKADA TOK MCARLV A CENTURY The British Prisoners in Germany Greater-Crime Than This! y'.l wore Oi all i rials' tODinlikUil I'y tUe oraian tifitlon Jus u bores. 'IIWU'S an.i lailicg i'I j >aiJ: SOIVUT horror in tbv tmmlf tft the British) asiju! I'd jusl ii ueop'.i? thau the systematic aiK} fevU' flryt brutality Buffered by tiu> UiitUh ft Mar in Uormaiiv. It (ration t.f r.u- for tUo British lo conimiiu'v 1 lUior.jh l uiiJrr t' L v. fininr COMPANY tncrra) TORONTO. CAXAOt I wixxirEG .MO.VTKEAI I FATHER'S DAY Thi> Huh' s v-riltvii i.'-rnviclly f itxiioiial Ta.iHt.- s to have been and nji: realise the nature ol lUSs ill- treatment and it ts oaly cov ibst HtV men arc rflurniaj from Germany lo almost town in Great itriiaiu thai the c-f tbe full truth. time ago ihe Govtmrntn: took to roller! all the vvWeuce with a. view to the uUL- punifbmeat tin- of these i A suong ini- Mr. JuMtce have 1. vamp r year a lerpo jisrt th One from j lAted: -Jn Viiiy y of Itrhuu tami Men at They wore to brosd fruni Help inn ill vli iili thc> re-sur >ieh; 1 hail ever ?Ei1 .ivlliaus. The in my TiH-ir the made by wero r.igm-a. they were htK j-rjiovtCr? rc'urne'l from Ocrnvany ami; iic-iii skirt rvijp'uv from other ami flnj halt with publifhrd vhlth constituie a i tiunser ami ijaJ treaUiieut. Aiu-r ihfir teviible oi Germany. liiv 01 camp The story of this fcretr. crime may bp ao vrder I saw) tint Divided inui" four (U The taorr of I'.ink'S pliouUl lakeu of the waen j through sircot the IOWH. were tranj-ponc'l to Lu', j-houlfl SL> hy T'-ii1 on in appaitlcf cin'uais'auces. T-1 i-ourit cf the leciint that terrible coniJilions that developed in caufej niuimg !lie pnvnSauoTt. I IIPJ ?oiue of prieou The that a o? IU it te-! deal oi sympathy, tears, t-u-." To i fiithtr UaJ ;t ioad of ivp jtiiH start. play, He was a boy r.t Iitan. Aiid when heM 50 An.'J late us Hlonir. tiio-jeht the man. He was ?o Mtr auO hirong. flVhit Tiiadt? us frivD up cigart'Ues, from gtijiig bad. 'Twas IOTC Pl-iiwiher yes. o' course. Aitd fear u! fi2sy honor, up, _., If slie-te- lonely, sad. A then a day To cheer up 'dear old day. Hind the firing HUPS. (41 Tlie treatment of the talten daring tlie prins ;itid Summer or It i? only to reter la a few ft-Hturcs ot iiae of report f. One '.ntneij ai Salome British were in s hut 60L.1 varJs from th? German iront Hue aufi'the hut -KHS ol'en hit. JTourteea British ol the Division were Xilleil and elev- en wounded by the British ihell-ite. This was durhifi the Gertnin offsnnve i last The CommKtee ot utter disregard by the tiennE.n CoramsnJ o( its vrith refer enee TO whether entered In Tiie last >Htcisierii HOUI tht- patny ol tht OonuMi poimliuivti it-- ditaie.-? the chinge Uiui had been KIM- ilULilly coming over el" the civil- ians as :hr hour ot their iltsilhiHiou- me ut d re w n re r a n A s t Ui ir u u our !n 1J1T was very different tu that in anuriug days uf ivlicii men. women child re a of all claues behaved liVto tnatiiacs lowtirds the first British prisoners tu bo i-ap- mred and taken to Oermnny in car- riage? labelled li must be rememherei that ic was from ihe very of the war. to the war or iince; the abuse 'that theae tarbariiU? towards Ihe of ins Ked flair; Ihe compulsory prisoneri auil to employment of prtioners cti pain, atjii? lasting the Oc-rman Hod lime-s.ol iu operitions directly j concerned irith the then German nt- Pain aching the setting ot their mem and place ol within range ot ;ue their con- jistent their unsani- tary surrouudEpgs; the absence of ev- ery. facility. fQV keeplag thcnisslres ctean.'the cpminued rcfuial of -either uloihlng of. to men enfsflhlCQ bj Trbnt of food and '.veakencd by er- 'cesiive aha the denial of hospital treatraent to those prostrated by ftliur -simple U. Hirinbolh- X- may oe lying about, also Tor clgareUu The water %ve lud to drink.vras jom a filthy marsh near the camp. Be- much tUftrs a lot of dropsy, iDcn's-legs and bodies swel- ling horribly." Thlt statement IE al of a great mew of evidence. As to tbe trtittoent by-the German armies ihelr firing line In Bslglum and Frar.ce oN British N.C. O'c. and men earlier In 'the the "ommltlM stated that.U be lard to find a parallel to the amcmnt of nnjusl'fiable suffering -caused 'by fte treatment by the enemy ol their prtion'en. Xeulral >1wt5 to n occupied districts ftas always been ilrictly by the Oerman C'ora- rosnd and the erldence gradually flltertd through from other quarters. Contrary to the laws of, warfare the prisoners have been forced lt> work the range the Allied guua and hare been killed and Bounded oy wielJa Irom theso. guus. The .men ere half Of two msn who weighed 13 stone -when captured, one was ient back from the line too only; the other etcapvl to Brftlxh DO aore. Another man lost tft-o tlone In six, weeltB, Food sont from Enflinc! aid not these roea- lo ,7 there were at LirobarB-ara-Lahn undelivered between 1S.OOO parcels (or UritiPh prisoners on 'tht western front tellers or com- munications front their friends rarely thera. Gerniau says HIP Commit- tee, "the existence of prisoners in occupied territory not officially ack- nowledged. In any or letter which they were permitted to write the prisoners vere required to give as their camp lat- er Limburff-ani'Lehn. later Etill FrtCij Cross not only. Hciirc them hut deliberately lion? upon the- Uritiih -IKOU raped rd priva- dr-il Burins their co Germany. j The Committee in thoir repon, lny' upon this fact. Tiiey say that all" considered if was the behavior af the German Kc-d that the most revoHius- At evftry station there was an elaborate hist Dilation of toofj drink, and materials for meOi-, cal pro sided over by women Clmsislently the-y retustJ unythiiig whalevt-r to ihe desperate their They woulrt bring '-water ami soup in can? and pour it o'ii pn the platform in front of Ibe tJngHsfinK'ii and in tin's respect the to be worse than the men. Very occasionally it would happen that a Gennan oflktr would order 0110 of these women to bring something for tUe prisoners, which" do most iinvrtllinghv and even with averted face. j The Gi'rman woo travelled in cbarge of the prisoners wouldi of-. ten do what they could for which was very little, when they cuuld he ?ure oi doing so by their superiors or by the erowJ. .Major II. r. Mrfklcjohn of iht Royal in his evidence happened in the course of' iouroej" from Cambrai to "Gtraian Fled Cross refused Ua any food, calling iusuHliig names anil spat towards icJJiug 115 they would give nothing to the KnfHsh although we loM rf vnrv ill and ail were wouodtd. German soldiers at Aachen and other jilaccs climbrd MP on the platforms of tJje rarriagt'.i their fUts at spitting, anil abusing us, wblle their officers looked. on; saying all should kill- etc. 1 tnyseit saw one. and otlitr ofiicers several German v.omtn dressed as nurses and ladies, ami wearing Ihe lied Cross (ielifierately empty of soup ou the platform bt'ore its. saying something about giv- Ing nothing to "the English L of5cei5 among whom I under- ?tand was Captain Pclham-nurn, Gor- don Highlanders, Heil wo- men spit in tbe soup he-fore ofteriris it ici tiiem. Throughout this Journey the conduct of the Gtrrnian women. pecially ttioae dresaed as lltd Cross nursss, WBE reTOlling anil barbarous words, and as a result of Ib'j ftontlneous brulaUty ot xoiwen wid officials, many i-riiontra of war besides have a rc- pupiancc of seeing a llc'l arai- let, TVhere the conJitions WCTR nmile specially for the EngliiOi the Frencb weit accnmmoflated f ami allowed privileges, in Hie matter J of obtaining food at Xol only were the KngHsb pTi.soncrs tlirown in- to trucks often Inchc-D deep in animal manure but for days and ul a lime they wtre forhidiU-n to leave- them (or any purpose. Ofticern ami men wort exhibit- cd to the goads ol and civil- ian? and ar-iauHed rnnn tf the: HftM wild SuM U. Oliling of the Royal Srota Orcya, who J from Munr: to in j Sfptembsr, Kil I: train camp? wliic'n no one oi fflcu nau i ever sntn." Lonvalii A Britfgh General Staff Officer nj Major hi'liic lei Corps stated Every Department Brimming Over With New Spring Goods Big Price Inducements for Friday and Saturday at Clarke F Y TP A f Friday-Saturday Special Bargain Drive 1 L.A 1 iB Yard of Every Description Our yard goods department presents o( merchandise ever shown [or the appr many of our must reuiilav customers have o( the splendid way we have prepared t summer seasons. So We Have Set Aside Frit SPECIAL BA1 and savings offered make it well wovlh yoi of these stocks and to supply your perso DfJR a doubt the finest and mo aval o( the women o{ this city and bul a faint idea of the exlensivenes a moat your every need for. the cc and Saturday as Two Int GIVING DAYS ir while to spare ihe time for a ihor wl and family needs at a straight s; STOCKS OF DRESS GOODS AND MULLS, PIQUES AND REPPS, WA EAS, PRINTS AND GINGHAMS, C GS, TOWELS AND TOWELLINGS ,ONG CLOTHS, CRETONNES Af RTAIN MUSLINS AND 1! IN THIS BIG, WELL ARRANGED OVER TO THE DISPLAY OF YARC 1HT AT A STRAIGHT DISCOUNT fURDAY I ,t complete slock district, yet ev'en s of this slock and spring and roductory and Diigli investigation. tCfl VOILES AND m 1 INGS, GALAT ANDSHEETIN SOOKS AND I SATEENS, CU Per Cent EVERYTHING WENT GIVEN CAN BE BOU( DAY AND SH SUIT- OTTONS T NAIN- I V f ART JU o Jliut fur tlifr week hiu'e an CKtirelr 'fc5f oi tnoiicls you have nol SDCII lictori.'. anil are wull wortli LI Epstial on Vriday or Salnnhy. Many wumcn :ire lookiNi; (Jlt-ju (Jay.s and many are buying ton. for luents art1 belter than tliey iiavu been Pn l early in the season ami siyics ure re-3lly su >eib. YOU CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT THESE STOCKS OF LOVELY SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS, DHESSES, WAISTS, ETC.. TOMORROW AND SATURDAY. YOU WILL J3 IS NOT BE PRESSED TO BUY, AND IN CASE YOU SEE A GAR. H WENT WHICH SUITS YOUR FANCY A .DEPOSIT WILL J8 SECURE IT TILL YOU ARE READY TO TAKE IT AWAY. HANDSOME WEED SUITS NEWEST COVERT COATS Very puinihf iliis stnsoii. As voimUr as ever fur 'iit'lor DRESS SUITS DRESSY VELOUR: COATS Oi serges, gaberdines, 'fitc. C'oloni navy, black, sand, rcscdu, cir.. Hhaivn tfilly ;n Pants at.. and Sweaters COLORS NAVY. BROWN, OBEY. APRONS, APRON DRESSES AND HOUSE DRESSES tp i A srplericlitl, cc-niplcte. new stock tio'A' iu including a' variety of vtry smart, iwr-! feet iiUing garments, made of rplendicl wash-: iug prints HIH( giugdains. ami in better styles Ulan one bees in garments of this class. BIG WOMEN'S HOUSE -DRESSES up lo 51, large enough Cw lUc Prices up to S4.85 CHILDREN'S crops. 2 tu years. and Tiiftsfj arc thy satin; btajirfnrcr lints of crept rompers tve liavc aV.vays carried and at prar-i rally tho same ilnde of excellent c uaUty crepe In rose, sky. unite, butcher navy UUP. Splendidly pevrn. purfeci fittinc. three different styles, nil special to EXTRA LARGE WOMEN'S SUITS Xuvy ami black iergfis ami IK rex v.-orstctla. Sixes 10 to LOVELY NOVELTY SKIRTS Handsome JTid In iiur-st or worsted very wide variety trf cfiolco ami in.niobt cases only one of a kind. Prices to BEAUTIFUL SERGE DRESSES Coat and street dresses SRC! IIOHM dresEes in a vonttcrful variety "of (Iff r smartest stylos wo iiavu evt In regard to urgent. tmiUons whld, (annot wail for a regular incfeling lo Ire called tlic rltreclor.i hr. pru or at least forisulfcit over Ihf: pJiono by llio'prrsirtcnt nnil sncrc- (wry. Tfifii' fltUon fan then lie rntf- ffci) Ihe (ntinhcrs nt (lie rvgu- locsil iJi fiNjjsigc'l in opPrnUvc (rflrtfng or livestock phip- ping en, active, bonrrt