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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THF. SATURDAY, N'OVKMHKH 25, 1910 CANADIAN NICKEL .CONCERN DEALS WITH CO. GUILTY OF TRADING WITH THE ENEMY A NICE BEGINNING New York Nov. wai made today of the decision of an Initial dividend of four per cent, on the conir.on stock of the Steel Com- pany of Canada, Ltd. A SUBLIME SUMMONS A Story-of Turkey and the Sultan For Washing Silks, chiffons, kid boots, leathers, Ump ehidei, pet birds and animals, paintings, oitno fine woollens, or anything dainty or un- usutl, use LUX At all croctrs. British made Lersr Brothers Limited, Toronto is the Dominion govenuiK-nt bolus a! W-tW- Comfnnj- P.nd hoodwinked by tho International. German metal trust of Irani-lull, Nickel Co.? It would seem so after j Germany. HIP revelations in the s'jee-h An Enemy Flrm lev Dewart K.C.. M.1MV, In o- Mr. Dewart the-., mat no Sto a weeklio. .Mr. iWarfs' had looked the records of the clitTKos supoorted by corresjioudenco, Merton Company .and read bo suuunarKed as 'o.- tBnt (he great, INTEIWATIONAL, NICKEl, CO. I That Merton fi Co.. agents oC the; tics. Intel'lational Nickel Co.. were found! London Times of Saturday. Uonera! Oilicos: Wall Street E.v cliango H.uildlns, W Kxcha'iiKO PI. Now York, Nov. Sth, 1310. V. S. Jordan, General Manager of Sales. Tho Iron llotal Supply Company, Power UuUding, Montreal, Canada. your letter K. The AnocUUi Bou-d of the Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON, ENGLAND. for Local Examinations in Mnsle Music Examinations 1917 Open to the Pup3i ot all Teaclien of Music. Th- Annual Examinations in practical Mu'-'c aud Thcorj- will be held 1917. An eiiiniin- atirin in Thccrj- onlv will be held November Itth 1916, applfca'-ion to be made by October %n eriribition Tame about offered aonv-aMy also -2 Gold aiid Silver Medals. Sluiic for the examinations and p'nticulars may be obtained on opptica- lion to H. IVAECTG BAVIS, 777 Shnter Sirecl, StertUry Tarents aud Teachers wishing lo enter for these examinations ahouid communicalc with Secretarr at once and Uir-ir names placed cs mailing list. 9 Dr. Janl wai in prlncn in Stamboiil, he did not know why. All he had been able to learn from the guards was that he was arrested by the or- ders of the sultan. He had protested innocence of all wrong-doing, but with- out avail. He had bessed for time to put his affairs in order, to write a few notes to friends, to communicate with the or vrith the consul, to send a telegram. all he was to do was to jo with the guards who had takea him directly to the prison and locked him up 'with no hint o( why or wherefore. He could not so much as niejs why he wis there. But thea there had been others. remembered them well. Montlnel. the oriental scholar who iTved in peace for years and suddenly had keen summoned to be seen no more amonK his friends nor eren heard of by them. There was SAloms who never had returned from the ride he started out upon one after- noon, though bis household waited days and weeki and months. Then there was the musician, and HtUe Grifo, whom erery one had lored. whose life hai all joy and mer- riment, but who had vanished like the others as thoujh changed to air. Bis turn had come, and why! He could think of nothiaf whatever that could hare Blended anyone hold- !nf authority Stamboul. With Bis on the rough table before him. he looked back to the day Then first he Bos- phorus- He bad come for a month'? holiday, and the jaaglc scenery, wit! its infinity of panoramas; tc yitched The one month ha; 'enEthenei lato 12, the artist i- :im had bce.i supremely happy. As hysician, >.e had been attrac' d Stamtiral, hut from a very d' irent reason tham that which had c racted the artist, namely, the cit" !th. Where there was so much fl'. must be diseases, probab trante diseases that western Euro now nothing of. He had stayed Uiis flita. and Ws rew.'. ?.d been ample, as medals and dip. in his quarters showed. The literature of the east hod be' r-other charm to hold him. He elighted in it and had transiat- nuch. He also had put some weste stories into Arabic, and had won d; Unction by so doing. But it was all done now. His oratory work, his pictures, his studic and translations were of the time thai has been. He should never sae his manuscripts or in his beloved ,ulv. .....v.................. i me i --M Hi'in to be trading with the enemy. September 1SU5, contains a report i said Morion i Coun. 'inlhe'llfci; K C-; was a finger on the hand of the Ger- j.omion. before Sir Samuel still, as o president, in connection with a claim, sale of Metallic Nickel loi.exi'orl. month! of ('OIL mm, cm, oners! manager ot.- u capMit7; rotations m IsCT ,.y tral en iiprl tf> the sees wen sease been the friend all. and'haS never "e To loofc one's Beit and feel one's best is to enjoy an inside bath each morning tc flush from the system the previous day's waste, Bour fermenta- tions-and poisonous toxins before It IE absorbed Into the blood. J-ost as coal, when it burns, leaves behind a certain amount, oMncombustible ma- terial In the form of ashes, ao the rood and drink taken each day leave in the alimentary' organs a certain amount of Indigestible material, which if not el- Imated, forms toxins, .and poisons, which are then sucked into the blood through the very ducts which'are in- tended to suck In only nourishment to sustain the body. If you want to see the Blow of healthy bloom in your cheeks, to see your skin get clearer and clearer, you told to drink every morning upon arising a glass of hot water with a teaspoonful of limestone phosphate in Jt, which is a harmless means of wash- in' the waste material and toxins from the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels, thus cleansing, sweetening, and purifying tfte entire alimentary tract, before patting more food into the stomach. Men and women with sallow sklna, spots, pimples or pallid com- plexion, also those who wake up with l coated bad" taste, nasty breath, others who are bothered with headaches, bilious spells, acid stomach or constipation should begin this phoa- pha'ted hot water i drinking and are assured of very pronounced results in one or tvro weeks. A quarter pound of limestone phos- pliats costs vsry little at !h- drug but Is sufficient to demonstrate that Just as soap and hot water cleanses, purifies and freshens the akin on the outside, so hot.water and limestone phosphate act on the inside organs. We must always consider thai internal sanitation IE vanlly more im. portaut than outsMs cleanliness, be- cause the akin pores do not absorb Immirlties into the blood, while the bowel pores do. .1. D. HiBinbotham Co., Limited, Lethbridso, so much as thought of politics or ut- tered a -word about He pressed his hands to his head and tried once more to think, staring at the dull blank wall before him. Then the door of the cell opened and an officer came in. "You are Dr. he inquired. "I am, but "You have been translating a story from the French, which has been run- ning as a serial ia the Weekly Ores- j "I hare been translating a story from the French, a romance, in which there is not one -word that could give offense, not a word that As before he was Interrupted. "I ani commanded by the said the officer, "that you are to re- main here until the translation is fin- ished. Hia majesty desires to read 'tae remainder of tne story iaimediRte- ly. Whatever you may require for the task will be brought here witi the greatest possible dispatch." And M It happened that all was not for Dr. Janl. Indeed, sn eager was the sublime porte to have the story that ke dispensed with the for- mality having story written out. and had tie doctor brought into his tie translation was fm- libed orally. lultan had many questions to aak the doctor read aloud, which man of medicine, be- Ina: learned in the literatures both" of the eaat of the west, and furthermore, an artist, was able to an- swer and to Illustrate in a way that gave the jatiafac lion, Instead, therefore, of nerer seeinp his Stamboiil home again, the doctor returned there on the second day aftc- his arrest wearing an especial dec- ration and driving In a royal cirrlac with an escort. But he .was not .quit Hnself BTln fc-r nany wceis. of' Canadian nickel had reached the eriom'y since the war began." Where aid it go? Mr. .Dewart demanded something more than the jame random statements by Ministers bas- I'thS the con-jheaung of the "tai'rnafi onal N Ickelj "SKSS elusion that the real reason lies in Company in reply to this letter as Dominion ana the alliance between the Internation- follows: ceetled possible for the sales to make York, unless he was so tied to the "The Iron and eJItal Supply Co." But f The answer earne ,..-j on the sa T'.ia Irish-Canadian Rangers of Montreal will visit Ireland before go- ing to the front. WASH one of your fine lace collars with Ivory Soap, i Notice how clear it is in color. How much it feels like a brand new piece. How fresh and unworn it looks in every thread. That shows the quality of Ivory mildness, purity and freedom from un- comb'nsd alkali. To Wash Real Lace Collars and Other Sine Baste the lace to a piece of clean white so that each point and picot is held firmly in place. Make a good lather of Ivory Soap anil warm wster and let the lace soalt for thirty minutes. Then alternately press between hands and dip ia the water until clean. Do not If necessary, use a second clean suds of Ivory Soap. Then rinse in clear waters, next in blue water and lastly in a thin starch. Tack on aboard, stretching the muslin evenly. When nearly dry, remove from the board and press thoroiigliiy through the muslin. Do not put iron on the lace. When dry, cut tlie basting threads and you will find the lace like new. IVORY PURE 5c o who had been n-itrustecl with power in the greatest crisis of- Canada's tional existence were 'not op tlie positions to which they werc; clinging 'If thw accepted the "friend-; ly consent" or assurance of nien who were even today consorths with the enemies of Canada, of the Empire and of tho whole civilized worla. For any tile, "wood, linoleum quickly takes up all the dirt removes all the stains pn'i Canada Noickel on Deutschland Mr. IDewart declared that .1. (H. Hialham of tho Providence .loarnai. ihad established that at tcast 240 lions of Canadian nickel, retine.1 from Snnlul ore, were takfrl to Oermon. b> the Deutschland on her 'last trio lie described the organi- I of the International Nicfcel I Corporet'on, nliich included !he Can- adian Coppe. ro'iipany, nointing out tint Jt was incoirorated in the States without any rcsiionsibility to I account in inada for its profits, I business dealings, hooks, real share- I holder's or. customers. Australia iiad cancelled every co> 1 tract on the outbreak of war willr1 which tlie Jietall Go'sellchaft, of Frankfurt, was concerned. This was flic trust which controlled itho metal markets of the world. Cinaja had contented lierself "with the orders-Hi- Council prohibituig export to countries, but no restrictions had been placed on export to the Inter- national Nickel Corporation. Now the Dominion Oovernment in reply says it doca'nt believu Mr. Ucwarfs charges; it hus faith in the International Nickel Co. which has given it pledges that none of its nickel product will RO to the enemy. Vet ilr. Dewart has proved, out of its inoutll, that the corporation is in alliance with tho German Jlotal trust, that Its chief agent in Europe is a firm denounced as disloyal by the solicitor-general of England, and that i a steady stream of Canadian nickel, flows through Its refinery to the- munition works of Germany. World, an Indepen- dent Conservative paper says: "The mbs't Ehocklisj and Ferlo.ns all IB the uncliallenisea fact that this PKMFTC tie IwAra uui your ihoM wear loonr. ionuin no .cid .nd will not (rack Uw leather. ud Uiair ihliw luU BLACK-WHITIf-TAM 10 EEP YOUK SHOES HEM ;