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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE line i.hriiBmiHU'; iMrni IUCKALU KNOLL-DWELLERS OF THE NORTH SEA LIFE CN THE "HALLIGEN" (from u Correspondent of the London Tides) The traveller by steamer from Brx'm- themselves to Attract the adveniurous lUhcrlolk wilt) them, and the inducement nss drivfu tliera toere lies In their suv-j roundinss. Round about stretch vast j expanses ot sail dunes and niud-tlais. most ol which exposed at low i water. These are the home ot 'coun- j Its sthousauds or wild fowl. So nuui- erosjs are ihc- birds that si oiie compared. 1: Is said, by an earth-1 before .he law it-a dweller uuaKe and in hours' lima all i on a "hallis" could moke a imns le'tt or Uvii.ce were lUe j merely by collecting the ot sullj small most southerly islan.ls ot ihq and ducks. irhavn lo Iho Island of Syli vvi'l set' [small slra'nse sljhl at 'vra'.er aiwr North r'rWau Broup- I'ellwonu aai i Oysters, alsc-. abound, aud seals are hoiuos, up; utu-ouiuioii. Just before tue- war 10 tue peout" of Ihe boy hay rising, lie had'every beauty, genius, and he. gave them aot that ho nihjhl fall as thu eQldier hopes he may fall, with the shout ofivletory ringing in liis ems, 4 but (ur U may have seeui- bul not so really! Tor hera j nayo tbe very acme of Iragedy. and j by it'wltl Huperl Brooke remember- lan Hamilton on the Poet's whoa: thousands ol riper liom and. more fortunate seemlus careers have fHiled lor tver trim Ihc Charm SW1IICE1B sA-rnjmjj. tmrm-M TV Of i Perfect Skin j'Know the Joy irut COHKS .10 one thru'poiicising a akin of putiii1 and (.'UKVKLAXU. Ohio, May In .ill j ihc rtaiised.by the (Uueruieii for (Loudou Times) I y School Chajwl yesterday thc bid' Helisoland has been behind. He i N'ordstrand. I'hurriK will see b'Jildlugs standing witiium 'mills, whUfc rtcr lySes or other p.-olecliou. amid ihejsank Into the sea. _ mixes, and he will be tnld that il Is liiow comajoinuraiea Uy ;iueu one-amounted "hallis" at uhleh he lookios. jSaui. Seven thousand >n jiimdrej .imasjtid. On.- mau alone on Hie There are a number of these "ha pwple were drowned. lie" ol is said to liavi tieen" south of Hie islands Auirum j Heie ami there a his'.', mocud emers- ;seals in 1S91. ihe Agcan Sea. in April, 1915. snd Fohr, siitv are we o! the K- ;cd from tap waters, and in course ol j Uul wlij [Ow] and sent j The memo-rial Is a profile portrait of Ihc great of lime FdMaus from Ho land came Md !0 arc rarely i jir. Thomas Harvard, from a phot- 1634. There wss in lhat year a large their coitascs on the the main Industry, losraph by Slierril Schell. Beneath "prosperous island province, call-. nsouinls. tyiflslus '-hca "hall-.s-j givse. duck, widgeon, and' leseuds of romance. "Wo have kept tho we said; shall RO down unreluct- an I HamiUon iuto lha ouj" ll11' 'ba.'-1 while serving to the Itoyal Naval D1-] ,o say e snot >0 viskm in [hcn turned, awuy. cama known todny thai federal with itidchiiie BUU ctiuipped with :uolur trucks ivero mob-; Iliicd jusl ouUIJo the city yesterday I iu readiness tuiy disorder resulting from tile Socialist May Hay in tho event thc itolicc proveJ unabltj lo cope witii u. Coveiiutietii authorities, incensed And laushcd. that bad sm-li brave. ,he Uld di ay I r red flags which pruclpitatcJ Ihe rlols. an today were considering steps to de- I Ihjtt tvL-ry forelRu. borii person who! "St. DOMINION LiNE Route" via ......-...-.i lUva "h.-illis-: the largest "hal-1 N'ordstrand, oil the coast uf Sch- jeu." Excej'li'ii Oland. the largest "ha.-1 tea, Shortly before tiio "eswlB-Holsteio, bul on Sunday. Octob liin." are no ihccp on (var I10 [ewer than W.OO'i) wild duci -r t'he church bells of Ibe wealthy ,lisen." t'.a no fuel, except ttia; were jj5iuiciiej in (year from pear ihcie Hues from ihu most fiuu- 'r 11, me Cilurcn uvu> ui nt--nu.. t Mva of Iluujholt and ol seven other j olitaiccd ironi subuierseJ bed? ol peal, rang to call Ihe people 10 i and no.iivsh water, except rain water collected ia butts. Taere is. therefore, nothing to; the wiyer tor Ihe last lirae. In the tren- lliS of lhat day a great i'.orm aro.-e. ac- EEIEWBBON TE4 If you telephone merely jfor tea without specifying BLUE RIBBON TEA yotir grocer may think you are not veryi doesn't pay; three cf'the ilsands to thu 'markets ot Berlin. Paris, anj Loadon. '-The birds are chiefly captured by means of large decoys, ibe mcrJiod ol luring. by 'means of a small iloj, beins the same its in Kngland. tho fuoncl- shaped net is e.iuarc instead of arcli- I cd anil ends in a Ir.tp. Thc local term j tor a drrcoy is "Vogel-Kojc." or "Kooi." Kacb duck realizes about a mark and a half for its captor, widgeon ing worth rather less, and teal only about one-third of this sum. The clash of nationalities on these islanUsI-lainiod by the ISunes is accent- uated by Uie fact that Frisian is ilu1 chief language spoke. Uoni. the most ous ol Itupeit Urooke's sennels. "Tho 11 I should die. think onlf Ihls o! Tliat there's some corner ot a tor- eiga Held That is foiever England. Ttiere shall he In thai earth u richer dust con- cealed: A dust whom England tore, shaped. made aware, Uave. once, her flowers lo love, her ways to roam; A body of England's breathing English air, by the rite's. West by suns ol home.' llupcrt Biooke's jnolher, Mrs. Park- er Urooke: was prcsenl. llnpcrt llrooko was her elder soil, and in Iho same SPECIAL SESSION OF CONGRESS ON JUNE 1 rTS I'iemrat Joseph' Iwimyi Khot I MONTREAL, OUEBEC, LIVERPOOL three limes policeman In rioting Canada May 10 iast nlglu. u'lcd in a hospiial this Me3antic. May 21 uiorning. The unknown man who was yesUruiiy was WASHINGTON, I ficfl today ap Samuel Poarloi Limatioii special scsyjon j Sn'itt juslkc was' me led out today Canada June 7 June 21 or congress will Lo called by President Wilson to meat al-out JUDO 1 Is contained in con- HdoutEat dispatches received in Washington today from White Star Lint NEW v chief spoke, icom, me ruosi was oer cmer nonhcrly Island. Is exclusively' Dan-1 year sac lost her younger sou, Set., ish, but Syet. Amruiu, Fohr. Wyk. and Lieut. A. C. Brooke, who was kill-1 i the -lialligen" are ail Frisian, in action. In the j Ihe exception of a lew Ccrman'hotel- Yale University awarded the Hovriana keepers, etc. Only I'ellmorn Nord- strand are, German. "De will nich diten. rout wlfcen." (If you w'ill not dyke you must go) ruus a local proverb, and the Prussian Gov- ernment of lato years, took'in iiand the protpctton of tue "hallisen" ag-ainst the sea. Tiie larVest "haliig." Oland, which possesses a church, is j now fairly well protected, but tie risks encountered in the smaller "halligen" i are still very great., i In sjitumer there are pastures, cover- ed with coarse grass, upon which cat- thrive, round some of for many months the'se pastures lie under water, while thecallle shelter in sheds by the houses, and all the'builtl- j ings are in imminent Uanger from the 1 sea. Sometimes all is swept jtbe inmates with dllliculty'save" their I lives. Even Ihen tha dweller on a "hDl- i Hg" has been known lo relurn. rebuild I him house, and recommence his exist- i ence in these dreary ivasles. 5iernorial Frite ot lo llupert, Srooke for distinction in lUeruture. In unveiling tho racnicri-i, .oir" Jaii} Hamilton After four and a iiall years of war J we have come together here in Rughy School Chapei. The time is a time, of J which may- llrag us back into struggles more mon-! strous than those that be-; fore; conceivaoly, may yet lead us onward inlo the path's of peace. To j us holding our breaths the issues seem to turn on a hair's breadth, andYal a. moment so supreme, nothing less than an overmastering ,sentimenl .could I have bad power to turn our thoughts f from the present to the past. But that overmasterins sentiment existed our hearts, ami would no longer be de-_ HIGH ..SCHOOL: EXAMINA- TIONS, WEEK ENDING MAY 2ND. Geornetry, Grade IX A. nied. There is one whose loss wa still find time and occasion to fleplore. 1 Whilst the hands ol the clocji never move but the wolf draws nearer to the t door of a starving continent; whilst j murder and- hand in hand across, the step-j pes, whilst meroonal shrines turn j black with decajing ?nd nnmeo lately famou and struggle in TiMn m tne of ooln .ion. we-have come together lo that J school where Rupert Brooke lived and was to [erTder our homafe "Here's my idea of a razor that that pent own you certainly must wlmire I the AutoStrop Safety Razor vaen it comej down to real shaving "Why, I remember with my other razor I always had to throw away a blade after a couple of Now, I simply take it and give it a few turns on the strop and it's good as ever" 'Aa Ear mbcn 1 (et it oory tiiree bee w jroocth and slick and comfcrtablc ai UK bod burbci uxd Wbtn it oara to ID I do a mpry put thc Made UKfer the Up and wipe it off. Ttert'j no takmf tbe ranr to pteccv and ness- ing around with parti. In fart the whole thine H and 1 with I bad bad one Ions f" Ter SS.OO you nt raior.rtrop and 12 btades, a moacy-laclc guarantee' of jatisf sArrrv RAZOR co.. LIMITED Tixowto, M Hi IS T Andrew Crawford 4? C Pro 41 P Hatch n to his uunorr Is it because he was a liero? There wert. Ihousnds It i uecause he look can e ne naa genius' Tlier'5 nth But Rupert Urooke held all til ec 1 them I Safely Razor "IIAI.II i-> J Mni in P l -iifli iB'lti ot th" toils' in his hand; he hel 2S SSfHSlS isr ii ?-ij n he hao I "ej'T a> l'la' o' J Morris ei o4 ''roll 5) P touched on var his ,.t. Tailor Peterson 44 L Mckm I the theme and here I non G Mrtlalen 41 C Morris" I poemTpos i Class Average 'amP lnat boen llt bs lhe Algcb .3, X radian, ner-onallh Erika Olander S3, J. MoWvk-h ST.! A Princely Personility S3, D. SandqiliKl 77. S. Har-1 uj3 personality! Let nte say this of ,greave3 77. P. Blunt 75. il. McDonald j ;t: i have seen famous men and :72. M. Ostlund 11. T. Bickell 07. A. lianl figures in my day; bul: jicTCtjJnp; 'Ailken 65. V. Cray 65. W. Oranl 64. S. jso thrilling, so vital as anal -Turcolle 5S. B. Daldefson 57. K. And-, hero, l.iko he would enlor, K erson E. Kipp 56, Galbrailh 51. 'room, like a Prince quite unconscious 'I C. .Nelson 50. li. Nichols 45, L-. IJunham o; own royally, and uy thai msrc'. ;43. si. 'Sherlock 42, Morris 37, !l. I set put a spell upon ev.cry one around Cress 37, S. Ingram A. Davidson j him. In the twinkling of an tye Bloom ,32. W. 31: Jl.- Bowman 31. SI. changed Into light; sent i 26.1 Van, IWar'ic'm Simp- son 22. C. Sang 12, G. blthron 12, G. i'Morrltqn 12. K. Dickoul 1C...J. Tiiom-. [sou 10! C. Hutton 7. Ctass Aibrage Composition, Grade XI. fortlr a certain sparkle in his presence. Those who had been touched by thcji.- maBitiaii's wand told others; the ness 1 sprr-ad that here was some one who'. was distinguished a namelcsB gift of atlractioira lieul and shoulders. PILES ________________lam lovfcic IVe WMk mft rrt imtr I" Cwn Ttfsj roti ponr all the ?4tsnt Bediemes down 70111 Umtj'ttn buy) yoa can nse ell the sairei tr M-eitled pile cnrts lo yoar yim' HBVER te tii gnch. coTiditions tintil YOUB PILES ABE KILLED, proof ol this n nothing you lut pyen you ptruuatat iJtefa-WftaftfJlh' VOW WILL 700 EZBD TUB' ITATBItERTf we KILL AND KATUflE Kt-i ertry'etM tt PILf S, (M( ELECTKICAL CURRENT, Sot Ctnl b-JnKrarr. SS. X. Dunsworlh S7, O. j above thc croivtl; and it-la the mem-; Smith 82. V. Holman 82, H. f fturch of this nuraonal niasnetism. more j 81. E. Church 81. U. Johnson 80, B.ticn'Ihan the work his destiny peruiH-j Bullock 73, B. Hamilton 79. Jl. him to fulfil, that actils slre'nglli to j 178, M. Hurdle 78. Parry 7S. K. [the roots at ills ever-growing lame. i I Knowlden 76. B. Davis 7S, J. Denoon When, on April 4. 1915, 1 Inspected j 74. I'rtaallej 74. B. Kipncn 13, Royal Naval Division at Port Bndersbj- 72. C. 71, M. i asked il I might sec Ituperl Brooke, i TO, Riclpalh Ilaskerfille I iic was sick, il seemed; nolhing scr- 67, E. lloyce G4, W.. Westcoll 6X, i. a Inut-h of tho So 1 .Marrs <52, G. YoilllK 59. J. 58, C. Pediizzi 45. Average Grade XII, French translation. M. Gillies 87, A. Hardle SG, K. fav ler S6. M. Moore S3, J. S2. II. Fetter SI, W. Hyssop 78, A. Fairfleld 77, V. Unnnett 76. Average Composition, Grade X Commercial Ahrcns 85, U. Jones -M. 72, L. Feinstcln CO. Average 747f- X Month's Cliss J. Uixhy 72, 0. I'llzpatrick (il, Grads IX Commercial Composition CTajs into his little tent, wiicro ho lying stretched out on (tie desert sand, look- ing citraonlinarilv handsome, a rery knightly presence. Whilst speaVIng to liftn, .my previous fears crystallized i... (a BM4RED RESULTS. you oan't wrtt Write L, rtEMTfON THIS PAPtB. DiS. AXTELL a THOMAS Hock, rtiijt Wmnlpes', Kan. A. Ingram 85, Knapman A, tnlo a sudden clear and glrong prc monition ilmt hfl was one ol trlose whom thc envious sods love loo-well, lorn So I made my futile effort anil heggcd him to come on my personal where I would see to II ho ahonlif gel serious work to do. I fcncw llic lemp- nr of hU fiplril, anil I promised him H [air share ot danger. lie rfiiiiled McVcan S5, U. Ktllt 81, G. as Sir I'lilllp SyHacy would have. UM rc- f. itlic.1. He would have loved lo ho G. T. Kessler 70, M. Smilli i salrl, tat loved Iho d( 73. Hcnnclt 12, I.. Parker 70. W. Slotilcv 70, Fracho 50. N'. ClclBcr 65, K. Dar-kus 64, M. McAdoo T. Allen 7. Christie r.O. G. Dennett oO. O. Oosiln 60, U Goodman II. CompOBifftin, IX li.Tiennelt 82. A. McVcan 8i, 0. iilwsnn 79, 0. Kosaine A. Ingram 0. Bennett 77, Still M. Mr-Ailori 77, Parker 70, W, Stonluy 15, GOTdlrian VI. T. Kesslcr 70, T. Allen CO, Frar.he C7, H. Oowln 05, 'M: SmKh'63, T, Chilsllc giiltig Ihronsli with Iho ..first landing and the fliel :iml worst fighting. filinultlcr to shonlrliT wllh Ills: coifl- radcs. He was rMit There was noth- ing more. The Death ol Brooke And ao on the afternoon of April 23. when Iho black .ships Ililcfc on Ihc wonderful blue olittid bay and (hi! troops In their iransporls stcamfil out wild with cn- Ihtieiasm and lay ilyiirK. That hoy of had II 53yN. CJclger. 51, K, 50, Aver- In his magic pen to havo homo. jHSc i the figtiHIcance ttic In !he cases of radicals arrested during I lhe riots.- Police JuJge Howdls tin-1 the severest sentences allowed 1 Ijy law, the first offender up being I en two leniences of 5200 and costs Br-.ltic and sU uibnths each for assaulting alCdi'c- May 2C u citUcn. Lapland.................... June 3 Adriatic.................... June 4 Apply any Hsilway or S. S.'.Ageni. or Company's Office, 2SG Main SI., Winuipeg. i Hay 15 May 2C What is a double acting baking A double-acting baking powder is that starts its action in the mix- ing bowl and finishes it in thc oven. Ordinary baking powders develop their full in the mixing bowl and you have to hurry your cakes into the oven. Then, you are always'afraid that the oven is not just hot enough, or that a door will slam or something else happen to.cause the cakes to falL You don't have to hurry or worry when Egg-O Baking Powder is used. Egg-O rises only partly in the bowl. You may let the dough stand 15 or 20 minutes or so will give better results. When put into the pvefi, Efo-O continues its second action being so steady and a cake is not likely to fall even if it does get an unexpected jar. EGGO Baking Powder ta doable acting just what is needed to make a light taking with the heavy, Government Standard flours Bakiag Powder Ce LiBlted, Hamilton, Caaaoi Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARtt' TO A WEEK 'If you cannot spend three years in hospital or arc past hos- pital age limit, send nam-a ami address on postcard for yeiir book explaining C. 'S. N. Home-PracUco Method oT study- IDE trained.nurshif. State age. The Chautauqua School of Nursing JAMESTOWN, N. Y! Save the surface and you save c NOTICE EAT'S DANDRUFF HAIR GROWER GUARANTEED Positively Qrovvi HaTr on Bald Kcacfs. One-jar will itop fajllng hair. Start a growth'of new hair; re- move all Dandruff and leave thc in a KeaEthy alale; or re- fund your money. Price, postpaid, LEO J. CASTIAU, Scafp Speciaiistj Suite 17 SouthaM Block, LETHBRtOCE .obligct-----. in your house. _ If your blisters, scaliJ off, cracks or chccVn, yarniiti or Moo; finish tut ns bl oo ms." il brittle, if it shows heel marlis and scratches white, -you poy fn'i'cd, If yourpalnUurns d arlc and muddy, yon pay tmc i. TWICE! REFUSE JO DO IT! uponlhaving for j-our houje or barn a juintwilh o lonz and ior.orablehistory. Buy B-H paintjj UK common bciaftl They rrc told Taylor Mware Co, Alberta MonsterDance WIU, Bfc, HbLD IN J. WEIGAND'S BARN COMMERCE Under the anaplces p[ Coin- inctce Uf. P. A. On FRIDAY Night, May 9 13 ophc r Contcs ta N 10 fploaae noio: Mate your reiurns toi.tha eccrclary, W. on or Jjororo this dale. Prizes'to Tvlri- iicrB will be awarded nlebt of the AtEtj four "cash prizesrwlll b'a" awnnlcil lo" best dancers on tho floor. Dunning't 3-piece orehestrV TICKETS, GENTLEMEN K. 51. Purdy anO V. Johnston, jin .nifft'Ht MAT IF STATELY DIGNITY I? ynisr clioicC far .1 moniimcnt roiily to Kuljmll a variety uf ilcflsas. Lcthbridge Monumental Works 8lh Street, Soulh, R. Needs. ;