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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 23. 19tS Offered'.lo (Sciurei Exemption For. Draftee for of mlgoratlDg oil door! amusement, interesting shipbuilding activity golf ana automohliyiB throughout Ihe winter i Ask Your Ticket Agent NoyV publicity Commissioner VICTORIA, VANCOUVER, Nov. com plete arrangements for launching 1.50 returned soldiers in the lumber bus i ness in British Dougla j Cameron ana Thomas Meredith wll I leave .Vancouver scon for i fedora! charter is being sought tor th 'I Returned Soldiers' Co-operative Lum- ber Company, limited. Mills will ha [operated ou a co-operative the i soldiers having full share (in the .man- Returned men only wilt bo' employed .in mills and camps and In the the company pro- poses to establish throughout Canada, the United Europe and else- where, i The workers, will live in commun- ity settlements mil Will bo paid cur- rent lumbermen's wages. The company has secured option on eight large sawmills in British Columbia, with a capacity ot feet yearly and 000 feet. Tbe 'pjro visional officers o! the companr are resident II nccoasily lor secrecy liavinK pasaed, the UrltlBh Admiralty has now toM in an official statement of (he exploits of ,raptaln Cordon CanipheU, known as lie "Mystery V. ever Blncu Hie Vlciijrla Cross was conferred upon him1 In Pehruary, 1S17, ulille ho wan n one of tho "Q" bruits, which for a tlulo wrought liavoc am- ong submarines. In telllns tho the Uurcau of Information Sir Brio Geildps, Kirst Lord of the Admiralty, as eayinB, 'I think nothing more inspiring could be written about tho gallantry of officers or men on land or sea ironi iho SWrr a' ofTlrcrs ar.d men of the 'Qr Early In February, 1017, Cantata Campboli was navigating his ship in the Irish Sea. She umw.wd to be an unarmed and clumsy freighter, ana a bidden submarine promptly let loose'at her. A hiK hole was knock- d in lior fiMrc near the engine room, nd some of the bulkheads gave way. die ship appeared to be sinking 'hero wore hurried orders. Home of tie boats were lowered, aud, In thw cramble, it sfemed as If her wliolo rpw were abandoning her. Then the Battle Began Tho submarine, well satisfied What Its commander observed througi lis periscope, .roso to tho surface ahou wo-hundrecl-yards away on'the star board Quarter; She steamed- acros ho' seom'ing'.y- wracked ship's bow and fetched up about three liundrei yards away on the port side. Meantime aboard the stricken "Q boat '.thinks were reality only a small part ot he had abandoned her, and th rest, under perfect discipline, ha taken up their gun stations. Sudden ly the false work thlt made the ap worthily they upheld tho fair name of your city, and ol your prov- ince, and of the Dominion. proposal us it stands, in to break up the corps entirely on the do-1 clarallon of peace. Hillluli Columbia men are to Lo Katti.'re'1'ln one camp, (Winnipeg IVce I'n'ss) (Aiiitrtu men In another, SaBketchc. Wllh Ilie war ,won !l is lilnh llineiwan men in another. Manitoba men 10 liwslii to think with FOino measure tin ..nullier. nnd 60 on. Old of cotwciitrallim about Iho inulll-itions are to disappear, old sentiment, of the of j i. lo be A man may lie I reconstruction Columbia, hut If he has in the Iii si uf tl-.Eso problems-I ncrvnil wllli tlio Mllle Ulai'k Devils alike in" stale nt iiiiportmirr) and iiijhe wants return to L'anada. not as point th'ul of Hritlsh Columbian but as a Mill'! lion All Iho ijovernineiils are iwtur-i lilack Devil, not as it printer, por- nlly laying their plans for liaps, but as ;i of the old 8tli m> thf'ir huge armies and retailor, limlaliou. l-oratliif tlu-ir mc-mbr-is wllh ihi-1 "I do noi believe.- iuv economic c-ivilUn'population. Kadi country will'problem is tsoing to be a serious one liavo Its own suet-la! problcin; that may be mistaken, llcfor.i (lie fur Canada will lin conditioned by Ihu I war, 1 believe, Cauada absorbed sev- I inann'T in which far tin- first thrc-c oral hundred ihousanil Immigrants i tlii) Canadian army was enlist-j or all occupations and from all conn- !i-d Ylie army is made" up in Iheilriea. Theji; did not interest tis of units which represent vokin-i particularly, but yet they yettlfil teer attlvitira by districts; ilbclilown wiihont disturbing the coulK- KiiChlh Ifetiaiiun is thus 'essentially ibrinm-ot our national Canada's a W'lnnlpc-B unit. i overseas force ul the conclusion of tan, RODERT ___ appear lo have in Mm army >mc ideas ut their invn as lo how war will hardly be over 2GO.COO. In each one of those men somebody or some coinnianlty in Canada i.i 111 "I was s I Imd pain after eating, Lelcliing constantlicadaclif-s.ftnd diil not tleei> well at uight. ,1 much weight foing from IK't poun'ls to 110 I Ijor.iu.e alarmed and biw scveiul doctors wlio, hov.tier, did mc.no good. Viu.illy, a friend told me to try 'Jfruil-j-iiits'. In a wtek, Ikere teas improvement. The constipation was corrected; ami eoon I was free of puio, headaches and that mlseraMs ftcling that accompanies Dyspepsia. 1 continued to take this splendid fruifc medicine and now I am well, strong and ROISKHT JTEWTOX. 60c. a bos, O.for 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid on rccr-lpt o( prico by 1'ruit-a-tives Limited, OltaKa.' i HL.V, i clr-'iKtblliiiatloii should he carried out. or some community ui i.unAua C.li, IT he J-'rce Tress had tbe privilege terested. and the problem of getting terrible sufferer from feeiiiK a private letter written byjtficm settled will, to my mind, he rf- t'i, r r Ian o'iin-r in the i-xpeililionrtry force- biuiid to be no at all. II tnal lor years. tt-hlc-h Ihls matter Is discussed v.ilhlis the casu, would it not he a thing 'freedom and viRor. The name of the desired by the people of C'anatla to officer cannot of course be slvtui. linDltt the iiilin arrive there wllh the in. may Iw that Ills position is; units in which ihej- fought sa gal- 1 siifh dial his views are entitleil to Ijntly respect and careful consiaeratlon.1 There Is a moving quality In this His letter, iu U in these terms: that ID 'very appealing. Tlw "As far as I can gather. It is now i nucMlon is too difficult and grave to i proposed to srnil the men back1 In; justify snap decisions; but tf this1 'Canada in acrordaiice with tho aiill- i wllcer speaks for the Canadian army i ily of Canada to absorb Ihcm from an in France, nnd wo believe he does, his I economic polnl o! view. If faniRTS j suggestions should receke tho most [are most neeilcrl at tho time demobili-'cart-ful consideration from Ilie author- ization first begins, farmers will firstjltlcs. There is something more to bo sent. If bricklayers ;ire takt-n into account 'than the most, j bricklayers .will be sent, and if bar-i scientific and economical way of deal- 'bcrs nrc needed barbers are to go ing with this problem; and that is first So the Eoldier, who has risked Ihe desires of the soldiers who havs all and dared all for a cause lie doing the iiahtins. If they de- I sacred is to lie returned home, hot! sire lo come home, with their own I a member ot a unit for which he j place of as individual farm- f Rheumatism has beccQie f o comtuos nowadays tV.it LunUrcds or' people make DO effort to rid tbenufelver ol fatal grip, bslim-im; it to be incurablf save in eicejltoaal cases. .No greater fallacy eVuti. from rlieumatisin can be relieved if cauie is remedied removed. Let us examine t'iie facts. cause of rheumatism and kindred dis- eases is poisoning of the blood atreaio, through failure ot the kidneys to alter and remove irapnritfes that aie con- iUfltly in tbtt system. (jnw the kidoeys are out of order, tbe flexible Btarte. The blood tirculatinf ibroiigb. the eysteci deposits itnpnriiips iu the miiHclei 1 and joinlr, Getting up infection, and Iiumbigo, SciaJica, etc., The'first step necemry is to Uisg He kidneys to perform tbeir function once again, and relief will ba: Ibe iioniediats result. Gin PillawUl it, and will weeks of fr-arful fering if taken at the indiMtiou 'Gii Pilfn BAVB been nsiiirtil relief lo liifl'erers from iieumii-( lism, backache, painful urination, brick dust rind gravel. of testimonials bear vfitneas to tbe fafl, tliet they relieve kidney' or troubles instantly. Try 1'orisU evcryWbere at a boi. 'flia PiUl cost'little, hot are ivorth. a free on request, The National Drug t CSemieal Canada, LimtteO. Toronto, Onfarw. "V '3 residents Bhouid address Na-Dro-' ib parently clumsy freighter seem such dropped away like stage scenery. This is what happened, as the British Bureau of Information tells llie'.story: "Destruction smote the L-boati swiftly ami relentlessly. The white j ensign was hoisted. came the order, as every gun was brought to would be willing lo give his life, butjers. mechanics, clerlts, bavej solely as an instrument for prpduo-] a right to have their wishes respected j ing national wealth. i The subject is one ot very great inter: "Sentiment ia about the only thing jest and Its free discussion would he j that men will die for. It has been tho to the public advantage. j greatest factor in building up the! i [morale of this corps and making it] JAS. DUFFIELD DEAD j 'the mo.it wonderful lighting machine I.ONDOX. Ont.. Nov. 23. 1 in the world's history. It is impos-j jor many years one of this in pstimale the value of leading financial figures, died corps in an army. Why. i ircm an Illness extend- .evelop esurit de corps in our nation-! jag over sevcra] months. Ho ras in lal life? When the war .is over you jsth year. Mr. Duffleld was presl- will have tbe roots of that feeling In bear, at pointblank range. The shot from a six-pounder struck first submarine's conning tower and blow- off commanding officer's head. Quick-firing guns and Maxims bark- ed and rattled, beating the' submar- ine's hull Into scrap iron. "Finally, thf shattered liulk of the submarine keeled over a sank. s 'Cease ordered Captain Camp-' bell as lie sent awa'y boats to pick up survivors. Of these only two were an officer and a man. TAW Vov -In UB flve hundred thousand of your citi- th Theatres, Llmited.- JIOObL JAV, bask .'i. in its woulil It not lie a good thing _ _ _ _J dent ol tho City Gas Company anil ot woulil It not lie a good thing o cncouragi- that Would Times.- Since his retirement from public Scott has lived at Victoria, he will re- capacity 01 leer, jediiy .aim tl. on timber limits aggregating boats were recalled to thes onous Shjpi herself a nia.mea and stncKen tiling ilowlj taking by the sforn for but will return to jeral manager, flticHor'Donalclson r Bo NEW VORK BOSfol MOSTREA1. KJ BRISTOL1 Bliil or Cab BiltkLa, Iiellcd, ScAnctituTfa, ftano, flwiUer- Holland. s UMXCELIiU SEJ1V1CI For M.MN STREET, Saskatchcwan.Jtt-the-spring- and re- sume his permenciit residence, Tells How to Slop Bad Cough WEJ.HAVE A SHIPMENT OF Double A Special Convex Glass and Oval Frames without a flaw. These cannot be bought now, sp.we. any %ho bate nlclures to f to do so be ire Christmas would also Ifke to show sou our largo of pic lures These make a ac ceptajle Chnslms gift We-have a shipment of Heads, Direct From 'Japan r. and i some! very fine, work in" ITAUAN MARBLE. -7-- i- Yoli may find Just what you want' in our Christmas novet- tjes.-i Alberta Picture Gallery ArliaiV Picture Framing Hull i Block. V Phone 1724. from f BrrQp. EMU7 and UtUe. H you have a severe cough or ctiest cold accompanied- with Ihroat tickle, or diOicull' breathing, or If your child vraVca UB dur ng the mchb with croup and you want quick try this reliable old hone mado cousn remedy Any druggist can sun and Bignalled going on the chief, engineer and his staff remained m tho flooded engine roomjaiul kept the" djnamos ifnd machicery going nn til driven frflm posts by inrush ins wate1-. The) then, onto tlie engines and hid there until tho Cght was ended Bran alter war Kips came to (heir aid Uic Canfphell 'aift His freWwere not over Timet after time It seemed as if the sea would claim their bjit on tbp daj following the action she. wa beached to prevent hnr from tinkmg This Q ship a steamer ot in a iicr armament tjeinEj dis guised by varloua devices Another time she was sighted at ill ojlock. in he morning" and attacked T-BUU manr" uy-t" -al appeals were sent out from the Q ship by wirele s m hope that the enemj would intercept hem and gain confidence The panic proceeded to abandon the ship To lend color to the general decioral zalion and contusion one of boats was purposed dropped bv a fall and remained hanging In a vertt cal position The ship however lie camo disabled and a fire raged aft, which-eventually-caused the maga- zine to blow'iip. _ Whltr, Flr.g Up The concussion started' the elcc trlcallj controllel fire gongi and ttie ensisin fluttered automatically IN LONDON Premier Clemen ceau to London Matm sass The premier will return short 1} liefore King "George and Queen Alan make i her Intended to Paris at the end of- ttfe month par- but simply as farmers, lumbermen, shopkeepers, lawyers, students, etc! 'Take the case of the Sth Battalion tha Little Black Devils or the 50th Rifles." Does Winnipeg wish to wel- come thai battalion as a unil or not? men orMh-vt Battalion arc look ing for (hat ivelcome but It one bun I and fifty oS them who are. farm, arrnc this juoclli of tbeirt who arfi shopVeepera npxt month and perhaps ii-ty arrive the next how are jou in Winnipeg going to ilie Sin Biltallon >our ol The Canadian Angle AN amuslBB BWt on the effect ot the new C P ft. prealdents hat appeals in tha Cbsthnm "Tiewa this effect being produced doubtless, br the [air ot eugco Uon vUiti ua; uf nr BeaiiT- 13 sniu iv UB lilted at a rakish angle) .and tbe mo- bent that this was Fotind to be tbs the mimicry ot that Iml beeaoia par pierces, accontlng ia the El cry In the eoai dlil daxa of da.ron ply you ounces of Tinejc (60 py you vin i ccnlsnortli) 1 1'our this into a 18 otbot lie and fill the bottle with plain granu latea tucar syrup Or you tied hooey, or corn svrup.in- Btclid of EURir syrup, if desired This mates 18 ouncea o up, if de f really rejnarkablo up to Hie masthead Oni, the only gun (hat. would opened unavailing fire. On Ihe which had began to dive Tha. rose had failed and eierv man aboard real tzed thaliwhat mu t follow wis lo be Ihe supreme teat The! slilp Wis cou-h remedy It; tastes food, !n :spilo of its low can be depended upon to give quick and lasting relief. -You can feet this take hold of a cough in aovay that means' bilBin'esa. H loos-. oriS'Siut raises the phlegin, throat fickle and soothes and heals tho irritated membranes that line the throat and bron- chial tubes with such-fprbinptress, cnso tind': certainty that it is really rinel is a special ahd-hiajily consent tmfed compound of (fenulnoMsrway pine extract, nnd is f------ throatrand chest colds, ThcroaTbrnanvwDrthlcRalmitaliOnsof this mislcirc. To aTOid disappointment, ask for ounces of Finer with full directions and don't necept anything else. GuarAntced to' cive' dbsolntc satisfaction ij- address to anyone privately who: my desire to write.to me regarding; 10 By the proper application .of na- ure's warm .water, by means of the ,T. B. T.J. tho lower inics- ines are kept free from all poison- us ji-aste. Drugs'.force Nature. In- ernil Batning assists her. C Dr. Chase A. Tyrrell, of New York. a specialist on Internal Bathing, In- and perfected the "J. which has done more ng the past 20 year? in restoring I icalth and lessening disease than all other means combined. Ask Hed Cross Drug Book Co., l.eth- brtdRe, tot booklet called '-Why. .Man of Today Is Only 50 Per_ Cent. Effi- cient." 'it Is free. also be pleased to etiow and' explain: the U. yon. Guaranteed for at least inilei; withoutapancturc or a New Tube This :ls tlie .famous Toliveijj It quiboling, no argu- ment, no healing around tbo buah-yoit get FREE If any Toljiver'ever lo deliver at least of Service TORE." i I r. jTney., are made, :ot pure her, inflated with air, and rut In- the tire In the usual way, and cost but little more than ordinary tubes. Over 15Q.OOO ot (hem are now in everyday ser-. vice. Come in and sea these money- i -saving tubes. Allen Jack TAgetlt for Lethbridge: and triet.' 2nd Ave., ppp..Lethbridge Hotel ;