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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, G, 1910 PACK SEVEN FRANCE RECOVERS ALSACE-LORRAINE ...f Vienna and rranUurt had Hity wore muu-1 boun with, or all we.! K, sons r.n- s.urii lielno'i-i .-n.....j up- take, Frendi UT.-ilury which included rinu'li in Uu1 l..c-s IIIT- ;hc coalfieMs o! Ihu Sjrre Sjatlli ami .w'l'rnnK 1 r-nc-n iron Ik-Ms if tho lirity-lyjngwy and m iTinuimiiR IUTII.I ,ii district. Thu Sarre i-cjltil-'d? uvru Tim lo t" na.l chtelly of value la hor b-.-cw-' o( completely failed How and Why France Lost the Two Their In- dustrial and Attempts to "Teulonise" a Failure. tbuir situation, aa shu already ]io.-> sesseil In Germany proper ir.uru Uuu hall the cos! reserve ol Kuroin1 The extracts given below are from on article by correspondent in Al- ssco of the London Times, which was. jjubllshed about a year ago wlien Ger- many was dlscusBhiK the proposal to lake' a plebiscite of the inhabitants In order lo determine their tuluro allc- uiautter the [he other T for the creation ot i w.tnoui inosv :L .nnm.ii.. o of Europe was responsible when 11 millions of l! allowed tbc Hermans to eitcnd boundaries to this side ot the Rhine True to Trance Nobody knows 1 than till" Germans I'ICM.M-IVIT. ......._ __ ifu y .U': jrea'ter importance, bccau'o the lis-r Urlimii Iliat llie Hue AS.MIUH man iron-fields on othur side upon rising qut'.- ihcv lic-ns "f detail are fetlltil aii'l a treat} will Ijf l( After ra'.iiiraliln by thn imt'prial laws wil1. arranged for t'ii t-ncti union of lo tile if 'itK-y -he prepurjtioil of Austrian rei of the rcsenta'.ives will tie askt.it to collal. ora'f. -.vrr.irril' v K. Mr.-. DirJ-jiut. mi it mtiiiy i''Uli, a Itutlierjord has u-Vf-n'.lv saovvfail "Ai'l en tho 'J! til-. brave mail mjn truly v.ord- of ;or making round trips in wealbtr h-i-i i ANOTHER BIG STRIKE AVANA. March third strike tin: I'ubn has facftl tho iii n-onlhs at n'.z'.s. when union riK-n rj1.! IKT work. The k1.- 's a nf tlie failure of trades union t'j efl'ecl a it-incut cf tlK'jaiuls for an nlio-ar (lay. a Saturday half-holi- increase in the nut l til. nn ain plannei! for March II. oiu k oil. :-l inugrarn. Th iijkVs lioini'. EMBARGO ON WORK March been ileeideil by the war .trade bojrd. on the proposals that em Ladies' Aid tlll the exports of pork to imeri'.itins neulral countries te lifted as a pre- riupperiKminary io of tho filed After supper. Eyle minitnum prices on hogs. An an- plaui Is Mr. expected tonight on the board's action and cf th2 food ad- ir.ltkr ihc; He is now prices. decisions as to hos and'centre of Ihe c-hlnf coal amJ iron UH- ih9s i u'utiFS 'H-- [noti vujuuuj'j iiun iimivn unvi o j rocotintzed the two-thirds of her blast furnaces, an per cent., M per cent.. .S per invaluable addition to the convenient- and IS per cent, of her normal pro- iv adjacent coalliclds of the Sarrc ot Iron ore. cast iron, coal, basin already transferred from France land steel respectively, were in lo Prussia as pan ot the one-sided man hands, besides K oni of of 127 blast furnaces. Germany, TORONTO. March 1L tt o department of applied sric-uco allegiance lo Prance, and ihat. profess In the Tniversity o! Toronto have resulted In some siart- liiw discoveries, contributing in no small way to the advance of scientific ralners Ihemselvcs. Far hack in the li'obert Falconer, last century, at :i lianijiiet Kiven at- Qm lhe mM. the nutfiibcrg. the Duraomaster of Her-1 Jt or a [lwans of sop- total !l111 wllh lho lact for His fel-; graphite from mica, which are snl! J s mi........---- lii'therro has been the chief difficult ,var. VVVr'.faced in .he trea.ment of low grade has had all her own coal and iron .ores, so abundant iu Quebec and On- mines and manufactures to count upon plus S3 per cent, of those ie- Id. w e.bt. aBsay melhod fcr graph. lnB to fmnce. anil yet Franco :A IT ite been worked out. which on ac, not only hero able to carry on. l'of rVance count of il. simplicity is suitable for but bas increased to an incredible will 'five concentration mills. In other assay- her -Til her children i devices which have heen worked output of guns anil warlike muni-, out imilcr the supervision uniler the illons. That Is one of the mirades of; was man. Z-rofessor Haul.ain, a with facts and no, and and help- to be realized Ihat Germany had been mirMle5 thnt ,hc Allics ,iavo Io aftenvards and again 01 i-------------- oui nils mtrnaitii iv iiu of precaution; in 1S7I she had fisurc her fairly and squarely beaten, aiul nail ,iniT muni- to yay ttie penalty, Tliat was the, generally accepted opinion tlll 1314.1 when al last (Uut loo laic) it beRan vain though Iheii protests were paring to set at naught the peaceiul .n thcir designs ot IIio nations by whom liic rMMe_ ,0 (orcc trust was reposed In lrils wcrc ]lcver ire lo crj- peace when tncre, is no and hcarU neycr won_ leaco only one conclusion Is now pos-1__________________ sible. So far as Germany Is concerned he boundary clauses not only of the FORD TO MAKE A .____ n Treaty of 1S71, but of the Vienna Treaty of 1813 must be versed. The Wish of the Inhabitants The cate for the restoration of the CHEAPER AUTO NOW 1.03 AN'UEI.ES, Calif.. Mardi Henry Fore! left for his home in De- troit today after announcing that upon I kdministrator's Auction Sale I Farm ImpUmenU and HouekoU Fmnitare, Abo Two Lots in Stirling with Buildings ud HmseMd Funutnw. I WILl. SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON Wednesday, Mar. 12 THE FOLLOWING REAL ESTATE. N. W. of 2t, 6, 20, W 4th. north hilf N. E. of 4th, on which Jhert i. a dwelling 16x 32, 16x21, lean-to .....j.. Two In Stirling on which thtr. (table, oraoJry tnt chteken houK. ALSO THE FOLLOWING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, ETC.: i' 1 matched learn of mares In foal, about 1300 Ids.; 1. mnifl In foal, 1 year old, 1350 Us.; 1 maro In foal, 6 years old, 1350 Ibs., 1 mare In foal, S yt-ars old, 1450 Ibs.; 4 spring colts, bred from iWvy tlock; 1 "idlnc. 10 years old, HOO Ibs.; I geldins, 8 years ol ,600 ft..; f geldlns. 3 years old, 1200 1 learn geldings 5 vears old, 2800 1 (earn Kelding.i, 4 years old, 2800 Ibs 1 'ieldlng 2 old, 1000 Ibs.; 1 gelding, 2 yenrs o'.d, 1100 Ibs.; 4 sets double work harness; 1 scl single harness; 3 steers. 2 years oM; 1 cow, 6 years old; 4 hoes, about 100 Ibs.; 1 duo lo farroK In April: 12 chickens. 1 200 hiistiets clean Marquis whoal; 3 Ions Gold Coin noHIMs: 150 bnitiels oals; 1 IXcrlnB drill; 1 Massty-llarris binder; I i Cockshull disc; 1 12-lt. harrow; 2 sulky plows; 1 .disc plow; I hand plow; 1 land packer; 1 mower; 1 JK.Incb; 1 Buln wagon, inch; 2 hay racks; 1 Iruck scales, 2000 Ibs.; 1 rrlndins slonc; 1 wheelbarrow; 1 hay. derrick; 2 slip scrapers; 1 longna scraper; tools, shovels nnct other articles ton mimer- oils lo rnetiCou; 2 tit-Id sranarinp. Tim Is r.nr of tho in the Stirling-Ray- mond dljlrlct, wilh 40 fully no 4 of Stirllna and 4 mlk. N. E. of Raymond, as the Admlnlitritoi it Kttllng up the ttintt. TERMS OF ind Hounhold Effects to be Cash; Real 10 per cent, on day of Mle, In 60 tfays with (nlertjt the rate of 6 per cent. Salt of Stirling profrerty and household effetll will commence at 10 o'clock, Flrrn proptrty wllf.be lold at 12 o'clock Lunch at furm at 11.30 o'clock. ALBERT H. NILSSON, GEO. P. PORTER, ADMINISTRATOR, ALTA, AUCTIONEER two provinces to France is as urgent arrival there .he' wauW perfect from (heir own .loint-wf'view as, in plans tor llic manufacture by a new its larger aspect, it is imperative In corporalion of n> cheaper auio than the of the pence of the any now extensively marketed. Mr. world. After 46 years of German Ford said he had designed tbo car rule the true people of .Alsace. and resting iie'ar nere. Lorraine the third generation i ___ still keep all the'greater force because niost of tbcm say it in, German or a palois of German origin wish, lo reoiaia French." Here too, the men who for the time being1 are IhRir master-; have been weighed I in the -balance und found wanting.. Prom first to last the attitude of Germany to these two forlorn and faithful children of France has bceu exactly Ihat of the traditional step- mother of the fairy books, or, rather, of a certain type of wealthy, unkind, and overbearing auril used to be a common figure in mid-Vic tori an fiction. Having forcibly adopted them their will, she has done ev- erything iu her power to make them forget ihcir own mother and the glor- ies nnd habits aud memories ol tbcir old home. She has tried to cajcle them with presents nf schools, railway stations, railways, i roads, bridges, tunnels, barracks, pri- 1 sons, workmen's insurance schemes fact, that, (he heart 'of the wcllregnlnial citizens of a beneficier.t Fatherland could rteslre, ami all on the most colossal scale and on the mast approved Teuton model3- She has given them'. .the best of German educations, and] upplied them with unlimited Ger-1 man textbooks telling them what a narvcllons stepmother she is. Shu as taught them gymnastics, anil ven the parade founrtalion- tone of all her militarist greatness, n barracks nnd schoolroom, run EO much on the same lines that it was Ifficull sometimes to tell which was which, sbo bas given them her own IriH sergeants and her own iho has itosc her Iwst to make them Bpeak nothing but German, and when hey hankered nftcr the old dog- eared of their young dnya loid them that (ho French have no literature, tmil that in letters, science, philosophy, and religion it is only the Herman varieties thai count. Whon there ivaa a "birthday or some other lho family proper they have hecn 'compelled, Hie fciioxilmiister marking the time with a conductor's baton, to cry. "Hoch! Hochl with llie rest i Supprenlon and Iniult i Whon they nave been industrious have made good tn commerce and other pursuit A of the common life lhoy have been helped and en- couraged till they showed of outshining Germany's own children, Tlien they have hccn suppressed and put in (lir- corner. Afid when, hfsnile of all these- favors, they mill ven- tured to remember the old dare, or lo wear c- hit of trl-colored ribbon, or (o bang wreaths on the graves of their dead relations, then Germany i sent voii Fort n era and von Pouter? to bully them nnd Crown Princes io mt .insult them, or llismarcks to tell Jm J them that PnualA it, Uko a rough Ml W to the aUIn !U first but qiillc agrceablft as soon aa ono gels used, lo II, Hut somehow they RECORD BROKEN IN GT. LAKES NAVIGATION TORONTO, March Lakes navigation records were broken yesterday ivh en t be steamer Macassa, undaunted by the snowstorm raging at the time marie her initial trip of the year to Hamilton under the command of Capt. Corson. This is the earliest that steamship officials can reraemijer thai navigation has been opened on the Great Lakes. Gold Soap goes farther and .does more work for the money because it is of the highest quality obtainable in laundry soap, and because it is also the largest cake obtainable at the price. The highest quality combined with an extra generous quantity means economy for you. Just ask for Gold Soap. CoU Soap U marfe in Procter A GomWr at Hamilton, f> t The World's Greatest Promoter of Good Health and happiness. to mind and body-and gives a nonnal, nealthi outlook for the day ahead. Father finds a "business bracer" of the right sort in Eno? Mother takes a nporful in a gg o to ward off approaching headaches. The little tots take "--without induoement-whenever robust appetites have been too well satisfied. never did get used to Prussian tuclh not even the war came and END'S FRUIT in is I being a natural is, composed of cleans- ing and tonic elements of ripe fruit its work without irritation or harmful reaction. It clears the intestines, rouses the torpid liver to activity and produces a genuine liveliness and vigor that makes for efficiency and happiness. 201 by All Druggittt J. C. A.tnli f HAROLD F. Rl Wortfc C CO., tlMtTZD iul ;