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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 28; 1SJ2Q Echoes of U-Boat Warfare; "We Must Stick Together" Hindy to His Pen I quired to select leader who would; 'form a government, jpr.mtrally only j n.uuv.' s'JKsesled itself ID tlu-ir i nundj. That name IVr I the lime lieinK. Ptury IKIS pivc'ti his light Iho tarift i to devote himself to the MAYOR ADDRESSING THE MEMBERS OF THE TORONTO AND READING BALL TEAMS Von llolczendorlft chancellor. "Tlieu you 1 l.ike uiauy Onwrio tanners, hns been au omnivorous reader. A i 1 l.uny. a stove, :tml a shelf of' account of tic (-oaforeac Picas ctl January S an-i belcl RERUN'. May Associate I, Prosa prctccois on sub- inarino war nw include MI Hindi-rjbKrg KlwatetHv re at' fused, saying' he co-jH not talk ut thv relcbst-jj. tbe field 1 -said: V Woll, lijen. we will stick i It r-.iu.-t lie. Wo with natv St-sles and have m.ido ;i-' Things >vorc3. The war irmbt he ovt-ry passible r-.io3ns." Multrcr-durif: "Hi" majesty 'iwcea Oen. l.ii'je von SHniiesiMrf. irii and -Admiral von uJ other otrieors_ i man enlt-eror jh-1 t'hancellor vori l-y cv warn; about. Ho t'aat siilaauon and ainons own I'eoi'U'-" witli I'jtf. fo winter eveuiiw. But in llrury'si cr.fe it was more thau that His aclivo tuir.d v.'as con- itrually ill iheoiy wi'.li I'ro'J- i tiiat some day ir.ltrht have :o i in practice. titnltitio'i a zeal libr.'.rr: iho itcst bwki in the is. oi his wife, ''but as L loi'g us lie tu the farm he Lever trust liiniieK to lion." his readiiii: luis coYcrecl a wide nmse, mid Professor i if ihe I'tiiversity of A SKETCH OF DRURY Toronto ComspoKdem of the -Van- body jtls hurt will-l.c his memory, his reading stands him i in strad when he is on the i form. Hid Kasltih lieiug impcceaWi1, his spet-ches display a culture tioti rxi.ualr-d by utauy imhlic nu'n !iave vastly ;aier preleabions. L .'otlow-s that ou Uie platform he makes a good impression. speaks j liltle country which ity life.or tbat he is hy the er's rolnt of view. During the evening one fresh student allied how it >vas. if farni life was so arduous, could spend so much time gnins around the eountr inK5. father was the first Minister of "Agri- Sunday afternoon ho teaches a school class of buys, attends io the I'urnt'.ce. and sees that everything Ontario, and since his addressing meet" graiidfaiKer, a yeornrm from Warwick- "If vo't hrd hera ap at !ive Bnglnnd. the family hava! ijivinr to do with the activities of tht o'clock ihis iuon-iug and had been tllteil iho land for centuries, blazed' institullgu runs smoothly. Uses fitly north o' To'-oato." he re- trail a hundred ysars ago through j neither liquor nor tobacco. Plied good'noturt-dly to the nueFlioner, the la the v.-cst of the shores i "rou ivould have fovnd ma of Ulio Smicoe. and settled duwn oa i eight, cows so that 1 couhl Sel ready Cruwu Hill the Canadian hrauch DlSOrflerS in Strike to corn" doT-ii to vou tonight" th-j Urury family has been active iai D i. j V deeu of'the injustice under' many imhlic movements. The present i 01 KaUWayitien Ul India which fanners "have teen laboring, and 'scion of lie house, is little, more llwn fin intense -conibined with of age. .U a noy me lure] LONDON', May disotncrs natural ability of high order, are oh the university opening the connection with the strike ol am- the quallti-.-s irhi.-.n hf.Te to professions, which was open to oi the Oror.t I'eninsultt Uron'ht Jlr Drury to the of liiai. had no .lUrjctions. He decided; n-ay in India are reported In a Bom- of Ontario. In the ie- wanted to do was to Lalce i-nay dlsiiyich to tin: Kichange Tclc- giiininK ot his cammigii of agitation. course in 'an agricultural college graph Company, which says the Jium- when all around him amont; his own aa'l eoQie hach to the farm. Love of., of strikers is nioro than class ho found apatliy and indiHer-1 the soil is deeply enrooted iu Slaiunga station several thousand enee he would uuote'frequently thejDrtiry rftaracler. ytnG5__ t Drurr's first -efforts at organizing I' tlie farmers took the form of trying to resuscitate an organization 'known Exactly where each tooth.goes. as the. Dominion Grange, which had The butterfly the road i been muddling along for.. years. men gathered yesterday, destroyed the railway telegraph line...: slopped trains, forced'passengfrs to alight and did considerable other damage. wore raided and food and d.-ink inken. Voliee-dispersrf the crowd aittr firIni: hlank cartridses, lint traffic over the road is being greatly embarrassed. Preaches coatcntraenl to that toad." Wi'th its small and inactive inember- j ship Urary quickly acquired domin- Drury is of crusader type- Hajance, and at an early age iras elect- has the square jaw of a lighter, and cd Piaster. This he held dur- his eye brightens wilh iho light, ins tbe Keciprocity Campaign 1917, enthusiast. Like all crusaders, he Islvhen-for the first, time his name bo- zo convinced of the justice of his cause gan to be spoken about outside his thai he lias absolute confidence In its, own home, .community. '.City men, ultimate triumph, no matter iiow dark: however, paid little attention to hiui- tho present outlook may During' They regarded him'Is a cranS of a 5 Sv Cref Tt.ry badfin; >lart- the reciprocity cauipaigri -1911, !n; farmer -with some but (joai'lJike ftVdaesdav, hilt is he took part, ha made' Influence or potentialities- -In. the re- this declaration; "If not get. cent provincial ciaclions D'rury was N. s. FOREST :FIRES CHKHTEfl, N.S.. Mny dis-! Strict ahotit Kiist llivar. 'few miles I from here, is very se force. It will.ugt. cial legislature. Ail any of the !ami: Tryde we will ers hoped was tbat they should elect Reciprocity ,noW our deiriands'-will .he not even a. candidate for the Provla- with redoubled be tor ror.iprocsil ask them. We. ank tout Csnadisula block of members strong enough to duties removed irrespective of j make its influence felt -on the gov- other natfon- Tliis movement .strong orunicnt. perhaps holding .the balance with ihb righleousness of its .cause, lot ppwer, lint when. ihe. United Is going to sweep -with uncontrolled j yarmera' ir.eni.bevs-elect held -Uieir force crver' this Dominion and il anr- 1 firet meeting end 'found they were re- under eontrol. This fire 'burned I over about 100 acres. after the local freight of the Halifax and Southwestern Huihvay had eii, a new fire broki! out in the grceu woods about a milt., from" the scene I of Wednesday's fire 1 imniiug fiercely. A .Serious forest fire is niso rtising near Alton. CHIN SEU YEN AT WINDSOR SAVES FUpL AND SUGAR The problems of kouse- inihese troublous times are lightened by serving ShreddedWkat Biscuit, a real whole wheat food andready-to-eai. Gontains the natural sweetness of the whole wheat berry with all the necessary to sustain strength at top-notch eficiency.Two of these crisp little loaves of baked whole wheat with hot milk or hot water and butter) make a satisfying, meal at a cost of a few cents, I WINDSOR. Ont, May A unique i visitor to tho border cities today Is I Chin Hen Yen, president of-the Chin- I'CFO Nationalist League cf Canada and editor-in-chief the Heiiuh- ilie, imhlishud in Victoria. B. C. C'hiu Sen Ven is here-in the inltjreftSi am! for the purpose of launching locally a r.iinfjaisn for funds to huild a headquarters of the leagu'o in Vancou- ver. Mar.'li'iio. :ii. 41 re oil, in U-ilud cm i city street in Niaiiam Kails, liis Iwatl li'jlns almost blc.v.n off bs- from i a sinjt gun and rovolvcrs. MADE IN CANADA Left to right: Pat Shea. Jim Rlley, Lefly Quinn, Jim Currie, CaU-lier Walsh, Dufiy, KJdie Onsknr, Tommy Thonipsun. ifobby i'liur nurke, Dabe Alei. Peterson, Pmuk O'Uourke, Mayor Church. '_ Heck 322 Fifth Street South Lethbridge, Alberta Block Phone 1444 THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST EXEMPT M TAX WE OFFER THESE SA TURD A Y PA YD AY SPECIALS AT PRICES WHICH WILL SAVE YOU MONEY MEN'S SUITS TWEEDS AND WORSTEDS. WORTH TODAY UP TO 1 PLUS 10% WAR TAX NO TAX ON THESE MEN'S GRAIN LEATHER WORK BOOTS .SO MEN'S PURE WOOL WORSTED PULL OVER JERSEYS WORTH UP TO MEN'S HATS WORTH UP TO PAIR BLACK COTTON LISLE SOX TWO PAIR FOR 7Sc MEN'S GENUINE MULE- SKIN WORK GLOVES, PER PAIR 9Oc DO YOUR SATURDAY SHOPPING EARLY OVERALLS IN LONDON While tlio over-all movomfnt didn't make imich of a bit In Kngland. it caught on with a few pfopU-. llcrtt Is the way a banker urijieni'ert tn "tbo but you- nolirf: he iila ia'jli to tho c-arnpty, Your Next Tire- Actual service on the road guarantees, your satisfaction with Maple Leaf 'fires. Freedom from tire trouble comes when you equip with Maple Leaf Tires, built with iorjg mileage kept steadily in view. For'