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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SIXTEEN' DAILY HICRAI.D. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7. Mrs Pankhurst His Been in Jail Has Been On Hunger Strikes What Behind LethbrUge people sboivetl by Iho. crowds which aiieoJcJ ihc Sicf- ansson lecture in Wesley church on Thursday night, that they approdaie (lie efforts belns made to c've them oat ot the ordinary in the vrar-of interesting; ana cducHive en-1 lertalr.rn.ent. They will have another opportunity ceil Wednesday night: when, ihe same place. Mrs. Km-] incline Pankhursi. the English suf- fragette leader, will appear Tor the first time in Lcihbrldgtf. 'Everyone has neara of Pank- hurst She has been the butt of more cruel jlbea probably thau any woman living. But itat doesn't mean that Bha j deferred them. She did net. la an j iaterrff.M- given th? press since the: came 10 Canada, Mrs. PanthUTst ei-1 plains Just why she and her sisler Bflt- fraga movement leaders in the Old Country-, laid themselves open to tho' filUfts whirli made ti-r name a house- hold worlil o'er. In speaking of the fight thai she led for iho rlfihL o( English women to vote she said. :'Wc nad to po 10 eitreujps 1o secure tho right Just as men hive had to resort to arms to secure 1L We had no foothold to be- gin with. We could not securo recog- nition or hearing In a peaceful way. We had lo cry out on Ihe streets to be heard ilace TTB wve .refused the floor in the halls The very best class of women in (he mtloji were my stauQchesl supporters. They despised the methods to which wo had to as much ai 1 did, but like me, they had the cause at heart, and were determin- ed ID win. The English woman as gentle as any fn the world. No one will erer Xnow but her just how erute was (he embarrassment we had to endure la the fight But as a sold- No Trouble- No Waste When pressed for you must wait for your yvou cannot get the right are the causes of youv troubles on bake days when you use the wrong kind of baking poti-der- To have enjoyable reiulls.ol a baking, to have no worry or -wasted cakes and pastry despite adverse con- tions, you must first be careful about the baiting powder you select. Use EGG-0 Baking Powder It in -work abjolotely., Itt double Mtiott nukes it i ntver failing leavenir, notwithstanding having to -wnt on ygur OTCD. Jollow the lerel teupoonful to net Lwl.cnp of well sifted Soar. By doiaj 10, you use a quitter to i luOf las EGG-O, end ftt better reiultm. The Baking Powder Co., Limited _'_ 1 Canada Miss Theresa M. Siegel OF CALGARYV Dnjratk Header and Entertainer Will Apptar In Wesley Church FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14th At S.15 p.m. ASSISTED BY WESLEY CHOIR Admlr-.lon, 50 eentl. TIc From members of choir. G L AS S Special pieces in avlistic designs for dining room, drawing "for every purpose of adornment and ulilily. There is a rare display of new cuttings in our Cut Glass Room lhat may be viewed under perfect shopping conditions. R. A. Wright LETHaRIDQE'3 BIGOEST AND FINEST 1J98 JEWELRV STORE 1919 BALMORAL BLOCK, t-ETKBRIDGE IHE PLACE WHERE WATCH WORK IS RIGHT The PiLnce and Mayor ol Portifie La Man., ID Car Viow the CUr. CHRISTMAS PAGE 4 doj (aucleri will tie interested to learn that ihe Calsary Albertau Is C- v a, special Christmas dog page, 4 oti Dec. 6ib, anU will Le to yubllsh fuLa of LelhbrltlgJ (Jogg and uotet It arc 4> 4 supplied bj- the v COURT MARTIAL OF FRENCH OFFICERS PARIS, Nov. pro- ctedlcgs against Capt- Jacques Sadoul. ot ihe French army, opened here this ofternoon. lie IP charged with deser- tlou abroad, harliif futelllgence with tho1 enemy and with seducing soldiers aid the enemy. Advocate Fiache, on behalf of Mademe Sadoul, asked thnt he bo sllowed to act, CTCD wlicn Ihe proceedings are held In camera. of the court refused. Capt. who li at present hi Russia, his written to his friends of Intention to return to Parla to present himself as a'Saclaltat tend I dtte lor tho chamber'ol deputies. ier faces the shell for the cause he baa at heart, we faced ihe things (bat were distasteful la our struggle. "I do not mind tho hardships that I have endured. I live only to servo and In service the road Is never very mooth. I doubt that the rigfci to rate would hare been given If we had not ought so bitterly- Tna war gave us an opportunity to prove that wo coulA actually serve England as we bad de- clared ire could and hasten the vic- ory. Now, thank God, tho women of England can help decide its destiny, nearly a score were injurt-d, several .criouslt.-in a [Ire In Ihe Wilson, and I