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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIF. LETimmnr.K DAILY PAGE THIRTEEN The Freedom of The Seas I A. UTom Hi'as" is of Kaelt i inal yhrttBi) uec.eji- nipaa wliat t4 >s Ku uatlon haf-loughl Jjiort i from ilu- .imval Uf trtil eai" 'iho of iho world ot ci of nmiiklnd, M-hcthur they i In su'lyy-'i wr In iKrujtji built It a typu-iil of (itfrtiiuu't'uniiiiig whtoli jirouiineil ILut nullou. th.tUvluro'itselt fudileuly as Uio rlmtuptoti of ilon: ot Hit: leaving ii to be un-. Otrsioolibat OrfaLUritaUi ivas valiein- 1 fcntly pjiposort to whatover ruItjUi 't In thwl ullurlnfi It is uitfortunato ibui the Ciumian lJovernmcul never (U'liutcl its inieipr "1 ex Ululate, pressure exerted fay the Jjlrttiiih on iUe High spaa was war wouM have had the Vplontlfssly sailing UUlitnry LlueJudu tho naval harbour iinjl es'diumiu: fcirciiyih of-'Elift Carman helaishaven (a procpeiUntj 5 which, imle-.v dramatic vie- torv i lie nn-iiutiiae, Xvijjvilil lucviialily; Ijpuud to hreak UinUpf tlip'rit) tiet, H (IH. It rjj? u noteworthy that'll was atUT iuvitcil the. rc- _ stronger. There would be no com- mercial blockade. That Is lo say, al- though the British Xavy In llic lato war have had tiie right, to of Wil- _. __. as it woulil be !t ;vould have been powerless Co prevetil Ger- man and neutral ships from pour Ins into Citrmnny throuKli the jiorU ct Eiuden, Bremer- 'iavcn. und Hamburg. Sea power fUGrbwttt since 1832 ihis Bank has been mvinglheCanadian public, lt> jlfady 'jrowth in utets and iJeposiis as much a tribute to public in its integrity is to its own efforts. Your savings ac- count would be gladly received the regular in- terest and benefits will be decidedly welcome to you as time goes on I THE BANK OF [NOVA SCOTIA J ins xiiTjIueil-lrOLU "Wlild! if1 country can not arc reported plentiful all >litw ami the Indiana ui lu great iium- ie rau bore three litters last nikl they have -wintered weLL Eu tf ot tU1, 1 j i "llu- Sir I uiuny i; yrvm.'i v :i Onring'th6 Sir roster The re and" Every Indication U For Large French Trade or with I lar lean IJ-V PAULS. March I.eon Day at ihe f.n ersotmei of the fit: ilerriot. foreign ot the fair, rcprosi-ntativi soft! Ish tfderclion of :tcl nmtiiTu'.H visitors ,-r. Ml lii-lKlir v.itli Creese In uy :KM IKcn bUUed. H :vcr, Grc-tjce portion to pay oJ Iho Canadian BOV FC of tin; French trade Mr. Clarke, Canadian tr.'ii'.o Fioner at Milan, at trie qurl at which Mayor referred to Canada's si-en; pan anil -spoke CARNIVAL OF PRODIGALITY MARKS LIFE IN GERMANY l.OXDOX, March in- t'-rnal tondit-iouR in Uc-ntteny the OUT OP the lioyc tliiit ctis would frtliov.1. Iltrriot paid thai Iho French ROVOMI- cienf is .comnnltins gravi1 ormr in not Iclttng down all IUHTUTS and al- lowing full facilities of imitorts, He 'claimed that tho fourth annual fair with (he lafee Urnish, Canadian, Un- ited States' .and foreign attendance, would go IL long way furtiit nn one u door to trade. Vnti! normal! KM nee nntsl look to Canada ami other c'laulries tor the supply of nt-eilpii products. He ashed Canada not -to hi? discounted tu the present Eitimfion as peace was not yet signed, bm ho Hilly be- Meals Dont Fit! Gases, Indigestion for instance..c-ommunicauoii? and .South America ficyefl'ciira peacu severed liy the Urltisli Navy.- Now. no: [lclorilj. Canili anil one in iiis senses woul'i UetnaiKl thai; cspoct numerous while the in nucuyatiou .....f- ..n ot Belgium Ihty should allow perfect j Jreedom of intercourse ami commerce! Sir i-oster bpta hcuvctii liolland! Sir: foUowcd an; ariO Proncc, even, to.permittins French i eloquently for 4a muiules. fip" stock to use Hie roads and the railways.. Tlic r.ioiricnl Papc's Diapcpsin lite sick, misct, iour stoin- r.c'i cnis. i-dijcilioit, ccieily, fhhiencc, dyspepsia. relicl! ,w .J without fear! Cos'.j store.. f UP3ET? 'Pape's Diapepsin J_Q_' L1 'J I l_'j_l M I I U 1 I4 I I n m i_i l_l i I L.LLLLI UJJ LU UJJJJl.x U 11 1 J'l 1 I I rr H DJU 9 IT :o: i-i: r! irt JlC _l_lj UU-UJ-U JJJJJJJJJ IJ" IJJJJJJJJJJ i u i i i i i M r JJ_U t_iJJ_'_UJJ jjjjjjjjjjjjj" .LU_I_I I I I I. I I I L f 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 II 1 "i Work for the Soldiers! TJELPlo speed up Canadian industry so that steady employment at good Vagcs maybe assured to lire relumed soldiers. Canada must-continue Lo export huge .quantities ol goods, but ihis is not poistbte-' unless we are prepared, by loaning our money to ihe Government, to enable Hie Dominion io arrange credits abroad. Every.War-Savings Stamp you buy practi- cally ensures a good day's work a good day's pay for some returned soldier; while .you are sure of getting your with high interest on the first day of 1924. What can YOU do for lhc men who are coming back? You can buy War-Savings Stamps wherever you see the Beaver-Triangle sign. Price in each. 'i n 11 rinTn i rn rr .'nlOirCcrOZO-LUlOI J_L IC H3 bfcrt! J-LQJJJ. rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrn-rrrrn coulrt be more preposterous Umn tiiat. anil yet it is what we arc lolil Ihe super- tor sea should permit, and what Idu lirittsh Xavy would have been compelled to do hail Urn view uf (he "Freedom ot Hit- Evas" been duriiig the late war; thai is aliliough it held jibsolule toidruand over jtra flic ally every sea route-into Germany. U wouhl have been' 1 rounirlcs Ands Ear Trench and then in Knslish. Sir George that the Dominion to prevent Ihe tree tise of Uiose routes for the benf.tit 6f its enemies. The whole tbing !s fardal ;inii nothing! had corae 16 France, not only to assist j Jier a business way. hut also to help build up the de.nroyeil areas. Dif- ficulties of transport and exchange 'during Jhe war hail iirevcnteil Can- ada's strong partiL-iimtLon in previous {airs, tiut novi" the figfclitiK over, the in vital ion.'to this year's tair bnil lieen accented-.cordijlly. He referred io Uie many.ilifUuuItiea still lo lie sur- mounted, both'In fiiiancn and exchange but. good wiU'-aurt effort over- seeks French j otTerias ended in death! So a recent Canadian investigation showed. These vere not caees of Jnfecticms consumption cfly- phoidl Ther were cases Trhere A person had sustained some 'slight cut, a buro, a wire-prick where tho wound, beine (bought not serious enough for care- ful treatment, hafl been neglected. atid death resulted. When you or your children GUS- tain anr injury, ensure against in- fection by applying 2am-Buk. This balin soothes the patn. stops bleed- ing, and by all germs prevents blood-poiEOQlng, etc. lienco no time need be Iroci work or raeasuro by those who us? Zam-Buk. All dealers, 60c. bor. 'aroBuk could prove U more coiicMusJvely ;lian hers lo Prance: Canada, J lot forget heryiQimlatiim' of the transference of'the rirgumcnt'froni the sea to tiie land. It'can-hardly be r doubted that a desire'lo curtail tlu-: milllpn; more ttuartcr.Jire rigbts ot navies lies aftlio botlom OfiOf French-origin and siwak.that the movenicnt-ra .remarkable fact, "age- I'Tfince, On her part ivoutd not seeing that civilization could never forget, that- inkier, paired soul more have '-von this war but for the wdtkj ihaii! fifty: thonjajad .Canaan soldiers of tbc navies! There is n teiidencyjare Bleeping with the loo. to think only of England when.1 sea j sous ol :hail heroically [lower is mentioned, forgetting that alii (ought for Uio Sjtiic: ideal? and com- the principal nations of tHe world rnon cause -of- Insmaiuiy, .Thus there sea jiowers in greater or were1 reasons wbich -will nlwaja upon -tht-ir fleets for their dura for a permanent entente cofdiale in peace and for the -defence, between the twii-cpnntTips. of their and their territories in! Looke Tor Big .Trade M-tir." The preservation of the fighting 1 In considering lU'c (Ustress of Eur- rlfibts of navies is not by any means'ope, said Sir George, Caiiada despiti NEURALGIC PAINS Way to Soothing Wfurd Oil a inaller in Great Britain alone is supremely Interested. WEST LETHEHIDGE NEWS The members the U. F. A, who nt- J tlio regular meeting on Momlay lust. March 10th, ablu cvcnlti; spont ;i very en joy- The sdiool chlblrcn were (here, in full'force nn'tl enlcrlaineil with a sjilcn- did progrartme til stings. clviUs. rcci- tnllons nml nursery rhymes. Kycry aud girl si-hool ok or form, cnrt all tlut tbej had cuter mto their with zeal and al ol tha' tho had been remnrK were lull) justi j fit J wncn he1 staled, tint tifere al sir deorge s 1ml rcph lot ot unknown latent irt tie difitrlpl ijie truich liatucnl rriimc in chancier airtjlferriof ia i recosnized Ir the bell drill were two plcismi; intends to invite the cfcambe Io (he rejSorf of me supposed biiu In reooif-trntftig 'r.ijnvenlioni.anrl warlihiorirba (wijicli originated in the dhf'rict) rciJeal- by-special TCQHCSI. b who did not aUerrt lier sarririce Juriug" the hafl agreed lo open large f-rcilits to France. Konniania 'niiil1 Greece KO that they eould inirclias.e- in -Canada footlsluffs and manufactured necessary for recoustnicituii. lie France would" soon icmore the barriers'ag- ainst the importation ol Canadian goods. Friction [mssible. no; lon- ger between France and nritain after so fought m humaiiilv s great slrug gle. Sir Grorgfc was 'e'n'hiislasticnlly Eibulamki] o" the ronclusioii. pf_ hi; Hanilin's Oil is a safe and 'effective trcaiment for headache and neuralgia. "Kubtoed in the oain is, it acts-as a tonic to the torUired ncrvei and almost invariably brings. quick relief. Its healing-, anttscplx qualities can ?hvays be relied upon to prevent in- other serious results, from sprains, bnnses, cuts, burns, bites and stings. Just as good, too, for sore feel, stiff r.cck, frost bites, cold sores and canker sores, Get it from druggists for 30 cents. If nnt satisfied return Ih'c'botlte end get your money back. Ever constipated or have sick ficadaclic? Just fry Wizard Liver pleasant Mile pink pills' 30 :ents, Guaranlrcd, More Choice Meats t From The Farm for TOMORROW Beef raised on our Own Farm and Extra Choice. A Full line of Other Meats. Fresh shipment of Dill Pickles Fine Creamery Butter Sat. only per Ib SOe. i Delanys Meat Co. PHONE 452 'fhC'imuic WAS supuliort.liy the.Can adlan-Machine .Gun'.Uarid .which has Made a hit m Lvopa since HI arrivp.r. on It was "iajil the banquet Ont but also important with tbctr own of great wero frltli mil It esscnlial for them io ailond their own mqet ings to learn their ojrn 1 nslncss IV Very" Hearty vole of thanks the for the entertain rnenl antl the wfsli was Ocpresacil thitt Another such croning bo rtrrnngoil at n later NEWFOUNDLAND VICTORY STAMPS, _ (London Timos) TUft laical atamps lo reach the Victory War Stamp Exhibition at come from? Newfoundland. Qn atnmi) (i fh> head of l carl boil Iho symbol of Hoyil New Keglrfont the Tha of differenl >f lhc v.ttr' ip ich thA looV jhil mi h Jlciumont Ihmel Monchy Mill ba ul i ttlxd flotu Iki" SecfMan f rei iirtr on ii dcpi II I "0 which 011 WILLIS PIANO STORE cl Tlie lowest 17 i anj HULL BLOCK, 707 TWRQ AVE., SOUTH. I'lans niul fljH-c-illoalioii- nuy In- seen nl ilm nf FMutnlUm. JOHN' 11. Secrctarv-Trrnpurrr, I'. llox S5--J l.clhbriilse. Also d stributors for the Chcktrng and Knabe Pfanos. nnd exclusive ngents for the famous AEOL10N-VOCAUON PHONOGRAPH ;