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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETirnr.I?)(!E nAIL7 \U':n^Y:* PAGE ELEVEN EVIDENCE El, OITercdlcto iMiir�>1 Ekdtfjl^i[oci*te4 Board ot tlia Royal Academy of Music tk the Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. For Local Examinationi in M^e in Britiih Empire  PA TRON: HUMvmtlyfA� Xlny. Tht Annual E�minitloiu, both PracnnI ind Hiaoftilcil Will be held ihrougliauc Cttuit *m iolllmii PRACTICALS-^Miy or Jnw, 1919, (ftccvf Use lo locality ) ^ THEOKETICALS-Nnnaber gth'iext. 191� : ^'Ui ia Afti, 1919. ' * Two Gold and tw''f^^-\ f- ''n tljie; chle&iengid'edi'^> ^d. his- s'taff'I'.r'eniajned in tie flboded^eSglno room^nfl ' Kept th^.^d((iiamos',WBa'machinery going until ' dislven-'iriflm their posts 'by inrush in^--^atei'^;They. then;ocrept onto;: tlj,e' enirlnBB ahtf-hid-there-until ihe* fight wBB'ended.' Even atteiv warsKlpg'vcame; i(td [4heir aid;^t^ev danger�K.^(;t- GavApbell J Bis' flretf."Were not'.over. frirtie liafter tlm^^.vit seemed as if':thfe se^; >would cljilmf their vessel, bjit onv ..thp-day-' followingV the action-;: she;:;* .was' beached to'prevent' her from,sittking. j -/JJThis' 'Q' ship- was a. steamer ^ot 3,069s tons, hei; armament' ftelngr; dls-guiaed tty vaj;loua devices, , 'Anplh'pr time'she jT^apTirfght^d at\ll o'clock in the taomliif an4 attacked'by a;bub inarlne.,Bjfeterl^al appeaW ,wpreacconipaniedi imith' soreness, throat ti6kle/Jioar8eneMy-,or,dJPcult breat^iacr,-or "if;- your child^^kes.i utt. durinl^ that nipht .with croup,,'j^n4!^you want!qutcki h�tp. try this nlilbTa old hWjBada pl^\ou witb 9JL���:o� Pinwr (io, centawortlil.t.PiOttrilthf- ' ' tle^Md fill the bcttU. lateld siftar Aynin;\W ficd'.Jnolasges, MAWf,\* laoki^sde ouncea(!J#;i ounce "Bpfte'o?'^''loir ,. upon itOi f^tve quii ;h ,plain-|0^ttuw ;c�n usft'o^fi^*' and la�tia�; relief. You can feel thia tajce lipid of * eotiKh a jvay that ai*ns tusirfett. v �lt loos* citaiand raises thaphuaniaiaps tbroat tickle and soothes and heals the Irritated membranes that Hne the tbroatutd bron' cliiSl'tubes with fauikj/prbmptness, ease and - certainty that it is .really astonishing. - Pincxia a sptelal andifcip trated compb'Uhd of cxtract,-nn4 is prob means of overcom...^ throat and chest colds. directions and don''t accept anythimj else. Guaranteed to Rive bsoluto satisfaction ; rfr money promptly reiunded,. The Pinex I Co., Toronto, Ont...,. I ;, : ' " TTT '; '-4^!' iS,Jv"^ ,iiT> ^ S H ) P I -,tg, ^.dvl^p^e" 1*681^ en . SHIP goMCMfi^ffin iit^re-rates ^d safllnKsMtf T e^fk,ethbridge;,Bnd surrttndilig nts yfHh all the't^'u/ding;.,, d to supply fullest infof-l 'Wi'the old co^utey. Inguire / MB. ROBEHT NEWTON. LiltloBrasd'Or.C.B. >"I was a , terrible sufl'ercr from Dyspepsia and ConUipalion for years. 1 had puinnfter catinj,', l}oleliing gaa, constant headaches, and did not sleep well at night. ,1 lest, so much weight - going' from 185 pounds to l-IG pounds-that I Ijccanic lUarmed and saw several doctors wiio, lio-svever, did mo,no good, I'^iuitlly, a friend told me to try 'Priiil-a-tives'. In a week, there was improvement. The constipation was corrected ; (ind soon I was free of jiain, licadaclies and that miserablg feeling that accompanies Dyspepsia. I continued to take this splendid irmt medicmo and now I �m well, .strong and vigorous". ,,' K0B1':UT NEWTON. , BOc. a box, 6^or $2.50, trial size 25c. At all doolersi or sent postpaid on receipt of prlc'a by Fruit-aj-tives Limited, Ottawa. t'f .;. .j .j. mistaken. Befora tJie war, I believe, Canada absorbed several hundred thousahd immigrants ot all occupations and from all countries. These men did not interest us particularly, but yet they scltled down without disturbing the equili-brium-ot our national lite. Canada'K overseas force at the conclusion -jf the war will hardly be over 250,000. In each one of those men somebody or some community in Canada i.i iu-terfisted, and the problem of getting them settled will, to my mind, be b-�und to be no problem at all. If that is the case, would it not be a thing desired by the people of Canada to officer cannot of course be given, but i let the men arrive there with the it may be said that his position ia! units in which they fought so gal-such that his views are entitled to ] lantly here?" respect and careful consideration.!' There is a moving quality in thon started', tlie electrically .cant;^QlIl>dofi^regongs,;and. the ivhlte'.ensini,. fluttered automatically up to tli^Mnasthead. OnePgun^ the. .onljr gun^lihat.; Would', bearr-^ op^ne^ .unavaitidB^flr,�'''6n the enemy, "which had begttp 1� dive. Tho,.rns'e 'had taUed,-v-and^^very man aboard^ a'eal-; ized �tKaiS'.wJ>at''''mu8t follow, wafe to _ ;ede-8tro3jers rushed to the rescue. The Q' 'ship sank * thirty-four hours later. \: , .v>^llj|alrvlved) All .Decorated- - -"Despite the almost incredible gi'uellingt.the crew had undergone, all'jsurvj'x'ed the action. -The ofllcers in charge, of th^i afters gun received' the .iV'ictoria Gross, and one of the gun'cJeW'^was selected rby ballot foii' similarjIhOnor., The remainder were awarded-'conspicuous: gallantry mbd- , _____,. J,NOv.-UBC^TtifeNh-ea- �Sury' t'o^aj* extended andthor.'' gtedit to -pejgium/gf "�Hj|er-�t'-|�t* "eii6. " ' ' �NSvJijONDON % Tm.lijm\' ^^rem^i Olem^A-..Geaju.^wejuf,to LorijJpn|today;:'the^=3Viatin'75he'.prenifep;^-ii?lll, retinn-, short-1:^, l^efQlf^ King -iJearge* and' Queen �Mary-j-make their'syiQided visit-it to VBifi^kt the end,6t,iiie month ' '"'^^^ sacred, is to be returned home, hot as a member ot a unit for which he would be willing to give his life, but solely as an instrument for -producing national wealth. "Sentiment i.s about the only thing that men will die for. It has been the greatest factor in building up the morale of this corps and making it the most wonderful fighting machiiie in the world's history. It is impos-"liile to fi.'stimatc the value of esprit fdc corps in an army. Why, can't we diTv-elop esprit de corps in our national lite? When the war" is over you will have the roots of that feeling in five hundred thousand ot your citizens. Would- it nc^t be a good thing to enconrage that sentiment? W�uld it not be a bad thing to immediately set about to destroy It, and that destruction will, I believe. Inevitably result itthe units are to be broken up here* and the, men returned . to Canada, not as-members of any paf-ticular unit, but simply as farmers, lumbermen, .miners,^- shopkeepers, lawyers, students, etc.' " the case of the Sth Battalion the Little Black Devils or the 90tb Rifles' Dnes Winnipeg 'Wish to welcome that battalion as a. unit or not? ''l\he mpn oruhat *attalion al-te look:^ ihg.�'for thatSwGlcoiliB, -rbut '^^ione:,^:lnn^-dtei^anll flfty'of-them who arefa'rm- |,erg-Jarrive 'tbi^rJmonth, and fifty -of� UjjBin who.' .-are^' shopkeepers* a^fJ'V* �nSxt month'i'i-"and V ' pterhJ^pF"" forty? minors arrive....ithe next, -howx are you in Winnipeg- going tb- show '^the' -8th Battalion Jrour appreclaHan-votv Rheumatism y Bhoumatism has become so comnoa nowadays tisat hundreds of peopls'. makd no e/Tort'to rid themiielves otii^ ' fatal grip, ''belioving it to beincurablf save in, exceiibional cases. No greater fallacy oxiiitB. Suffersra from rheumatism can be relioved if the -cause js remedied jind removed. Let us examine tbe facts. Thedira^t cause of rheumatism aud kindred dls- ' eases is poisoning of the blood strsaai, through failure of the kidneys to Alter and remove the impiiritks that are eon- ' stantly collecting m tb* system. Qnee the kidneys are out of ordsK. the tvftible starts. The poison-ladeasd blood (Circuloting througll tho systen]; - ' deposits its impurHies in the muacles; ' and .lOintK, setting up infeetlon, sad; Rheumatisnf, Isurobago, Scistica, etc., follow. , ^ - Tho" first step necessary is to Itziig.'. tbe kulneys to perform their natttw; function once again, and relief Trill hti the immediate lesult* Gin-PjUs �will 4*)' ii it, and will save weeks of fearful snt-i ^ fering if takea at the first indtoatiou '� of ijheumatism. � ^r. . Gin Pills feavo been'-recognizedf aa-l Assured relief ^to eafterers from rhaii tism, backache, painful urination., 1 dust deposits, and gravel. Thons�n4s| of testimonials bear witness to the fs that they relieve kidney, or biadd troubles instantly. Try them. Forj everywhere ait 50ie a box. Gin -cost little, but are worth a lot, free on request. .The National Drug & Chemical tftJ � of' Canada, Limited, Toronto, Oatari*^ I V,'3. residents should addrsss Na-Dn^ � OoV;rnc., 20,3 Main St.* BufTsVo, N.T� � M � | units-in place of as individual farm ers, mechanics, clerks, etc-they have I a right to have their -wishes respected | The subject is one of very great interest and its free discussion would be to the public advantage. JAS. DUFFIELD DEAD LONDON, Onfc., Nov. 23. - Jame* Duffield, for many years one of this .elty.'s leading financial figures, died this morning from an illness extending over several months. He iV'as in his 58th year. Mr. Duffield was president of the City Gas Compaily and ot the Canadian Theatres,, Limited." ThellGansulian Angle' N amuslBgiB^Jt: on (the effcctot the new,j--C. P.\K presldentir ^ �PP^>?s, ,.ltt , the Cbathato vy^"J!f ^l'^ e�feotv.belBg- produced, ^Je^jbtless. by the faii^;,�f suespstien. OTte hat \iT. fieatt�'t8,sftid-t� ha lilted at a rakish angie'j,and tbe . teiint that this was leund to be tha, e^se, the mlmlcr|r df ibat bat beeamsi a shcred duty ottttbe part of tbe era?' 1 Plbfees. aeeerdlbg to the story. .!�:�' In m good .Wd days of Bafoa :M8baughneBsy. flayfi..ihe wtltef, the -;brl8lt: and ousinM^llke b�y who -iy ,; llyBMAOur d. PStJeSpatches used / W ' maifiii^-intu thewith his Bat% blue cap set square'feoress bis nobia brow, thk\ eap was a. flxtursi^ there. W� got used to It. tt seeraad part of the 'established order v of things. One oould as easily imagtn* tho boy pushing- It to one side or^a other, as fins eeuld Imagtns a breese an the Ntl�' upsetting the gi-ftat Pyfamldi: ' On* day lost week w�'tot a Rhock, -vXnto our ofllca'ijtrlpped tbe /oung"' BtM; �rilb his isap^^UltRd't^lsbly^eVair ",What*B the mattsr, k\ir ws *n.f Qnlmd.^'"Oettlni^ th� HuT" "Kopai'V a&4 �(>� brisked -out^'MtP-' (^lth�m lusr dis'ovsrcd tile''trutJl^^ &aron Bhsughnassy w-sar bit;.hat square-sst across hts^ fors-bsait -"^^ tt I president-Mr. B. W. Bsat.ty, invart ably :carrles his ebapaa'u tilted at^a raklah angls.'*' '"^'f There are whispera going down the Una that ssdati^,! fltamen- and- brak� men and conductors ' all ^~ovsr - ths lt,600 miles and more of the 0. P. R. ot the C.'iR..R. bfftels; and what.jlh�� effect may be -^f'the new practice'-is pr^valpnt thTonghbut;' the > eighteen 0; P.t^ms caraVanaarlea, it .Is . tmpofgj;^.t?>f.tqiwliat;ih^ done-rj '^hia cap like th' ma i 1 alq't got For G>netipati Carter's Litde Liver Pilb will set you right over night , l^urelsrVegeUbla ^ SmaU m SwkU Das% Snldl Prio* Carter's Iron Pills W)U Kstoi* colOf to the facM of tbOM wbo lack Iioh In the bIood> u osott pale-fapcd peopte 4(K. rnW Tb� Usatty- laifl* l� m tmag|> ^. Rvrid tbs chaps ushoe^W �4tb,x(l^,'! '^Canadian Pacitla Oeean farrtcal' ifH^ prosenting pns Of 'tbtfflarmit ij hat square-set across his, fore- gor .flosts in the .^brWJ, wit ad. But tb* new i,^esldont/o^,:Vis: 0, .RvR. western"'tanfls.- wltb �'P. ft.-Its flrst�->-Oanadlan.born greaf ti7,000,l>(^ -irFtt;��on � gauge. � � .'I � Telegraph operators-In the 15.000 thea-P. '   ��ijg:' thfe ~ rkmehr nrMe .shops h't; O-ny, If lis .Tien,d�ea�, iughneMX' ltsrKsta of tbs - 'O; P, R'.'on tha;iBaclfto:CoasV^yali,:. the men linked up.with those O.JP'H._ �ubsidlfirtet haWf y"*!****'-'^ UillW. -to ths'Vure of tbii;:,>V-tsd cap. It is sven whtsporen that a taw of ' the older locomoUtatLWftta ,tb�; wide-... brimmed Stetsonb'sm