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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY'HERALD PAGE GERMAN FLAGS GO UP AND GIRLS KISS BRITISH OFFICERS AS ALLIED COMfflSSION LEAVESALLENSTHN Flags Raised Were'.Those of Old is Not Lik- Silent Dem- onstration. AliLENSTEIN, East' Sejt. the Associated Press. By V 'otlhV. old; Em-: plre, not those of .the German republic, over ..city when tte Interfiled Control CfommlgBiqn, which why there wyro no Bags of the Gar- man republic. Prussians and cousen-a lives." they, .said, "and have- not ac- coiamodated ourselves to the new regime. The 'flag of the republic; Is the flag of a sect. We wilt fly. the old -ii i: ifldently bitter toward the Berlin (oternmeht they their oTiity lay in ignoring 'It as'fair as pois- we.o .raised over when, ite tor fcionths had bejh tte Keet Prussia; packed up arid lett recently on special trains lor '.Parls' Tho. commission i ceasei at eight o'clocfc at'night'and street .from' the building where the commission was 'quartered the ..master and made 6 speech, In thia.was-a .great moment for Prussia, which at ilast ivas out from under the ypkp .of. the conqueror. Above Ills head as ha black, white and red'.colors i ol the old .empire no- ;wherg. was'there a flag of the German e'.'.cMicltisipn'. or; his rift" it t 'dn- o? trie departure of the Mood houri InHhe streets.arid'the station'square In.aJsUencOj that some inter-Allied "bfacerjf interpreted it is the prelude tc a serious demonstration Jthi, .'Floors Mayor occur on the station where Mayor Vladimir ZeJgerVwho had Men ordered out of Alleristo.ln' by the con mission, was received upon his returi froni Konlgsburgr where he had spell eilYe" A': reception committee 'o the more conservative citizens, wit whom the mayor was very populai waf receiving him with great formi a young German coinmunls stepped up and knocked the mayo flown.. blow an ij1- ordered three'stretcher upon which the.mayor wa given his; hornet. The .assatlan EchoolmaFter Joined in the song. i fleer and badly used him. In anotie -r. Some prominent afcKed se'etitm a lew jhots wore exchange i -ilifttwuen and securll police; Just a and there were ho casualties. the'bluo aulotn'obUes carryin th'o personnel trid of th cdramlsslbn' 'west -roaring toward th BUlton the- :wajr, ARE'you chummy with vour times sullenly, bu't hardly a word w4 spoken. Hero and there' a Germs L watch? Will it go and beep where you go; will it stand joltirtg and. banging and heat and. cold and it be checiiuliartd .dc- penSablc'' it 'lip with On; your auto, or the fishing tackle, or the hunt- ing _.'. e j liiaf is 1 goo'd .churrij a bijlly; Usu--. Ths Maple Leaf is a hard- boileilj. built for rougH going, a cpnirtfJc ycu" can take where youtcSobse and know hc'Ukecp up hfc'cnd. That's the kind of a little guy he is! Arttl you can buy this sturdy' churri.ior if his face to light up in the dar> far you I; hat was raised to an officer in an aut mobllo and the acknowledgement.! turned. In the hotels tbere were many ban hetween the B-ttish'and th Gofmans and the4personal the' British Said'-their'dejected goik byes, Mai of 'thp. pfnceVs real were sorry'to their work hi been pleasant and the people frlendl The' against whom the ;se'n ment" 'held }e L-inumber of 'German girls "kiss some of the officers good-bye at tl station and wayeuHhem a long far Vdio 7 Major Schoeriherg, hiad ol the Ea Prussian socurftjr- police, did not: ta the communists efforts seriously.. He said there were only four hundred tiommuniBts in Allensteln 'and: while all of them possessed guns ;-their names were, they, could al- fraj'B he controlled, by the police.-His oflico had the nataes of virtually all [radicals in East Prussia, he said, ex- Icept in The border towns whero there is fiohsldarahle eomrnercc with the In his opinion the police could handle any situation brought, about ty the Bast Prussian radicalB f EARLY TEN THOUSAND SECURED EMPLOYMENT OTTAWA, Oct. Press) Men aM women to the-.number' of 173 were pieced in regular employ- ent during tho week ended Sopiein- er 18 through the efforts of the ein- oyment Canada, Of this tal, S.fJG were men and remam- g 7Slace of honor In this country and .hat. those .who. infringed !t were out- raging the consciences ot their fellow- countrynien and Women, it seemed to him thst the remedy lay largely in .Hip hands of the great Labor organlza. Lions of the. .country. Decline of Morality A melancholy view of" prcsehl dny morality was Uiken by (ho Rev. Hen- ry Day, a speaker at the congress. In an nridress! on' the work of ..the Police Court Aid- iqclply, ,tK6 speaker de- clared that d6cline which fplloVed In th.e jvske, ot the war was sllll present, 'and after eighteen months of pea.oe.ll. was hard to say that! there, hidVheen an appreciable nhatjementjln.the evil. people 'piirllia la tl iall- Etjo regain I.t. that tho khaki craze hail passed, bul maidenly monesti. and reserve -in speech, dress and- milch to be desired. Unnatural. .separation of the sexes during the waiMind th6 contact) 'of soldiers with contlncnla onrt prnrtilcritl bitter fruits of icoarsen ess- and' jvlco-THIch prcsriii't, Ybe law courts and Vffth tficlr appall Ing number ot fcirtbs' of rjlgntiiy' a'rfi' divorce, were wltneasos of this, Reo Reo Truck Uemonslrntlons of tho shore' are now being held at the. BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS.' J. B. DAVIDSON, MANAGER Sfiffloifats Sore Ffluscles Smoothed Out By Rarolla's iC; VWUard OH Soreness1 and resulting- from unaccustomed use of muscles or too much such as ten- ;baseball, ;hand-ball, five TTAy'.qiiickiy to the-soothing effect Wizard-Oil It penetratesjiast, drives otil.the sore- CMS, a rid Climbers up stiff, achinz joints andthuiscles. :U- Httntldfc oil it a rood dectnd- preparation io have Ift tte cheat {or1 first aid' and when doctor i be away, it ibeotiiielrr reliable aaiinptlc application Cor cuts, bllea "and- BpraJns aod brabtt heal lUilfcoothlAr.V- peoetrRtlap qualities. It 'oa Oeneroui rtie bollle SSc.'M 1 If you cr rick headache try Wizard LlTfir Whips. Jiut plllj at lor iOc. GOULD NOT and Strong tj Lydia E. Pinltham's Veg- Compound. .Colirmhia, Pa.V'1 was very and run down aiid had dragpng-d ---fftfag. ana'pains: ii ray .hick. :I cobli not get around to do my work and had to sit down and res oftcnduringthedav h'irA's Vegetable Compound fidver .tJBed in the paper" and read the tejli rhopiBl3, I though I would try It: Now lamhealtnlerthin ever was in my life, and can recommen it to any woman who suifers as I .did..' -Mrs.' ELizABETH MAY, R.P.D. Ko.% Columbia, Pa. The reason Lydia E.'Pi.nkhem'a Vege- table Gompound is so successfully over eomihc woman's ills is because it con the tonicis trength ening pro'perti c of'good-old'fashioned roots and herbs wluch. net -on fern ale" organism Wpmen from al! parti of. the countr Brecobtinnal ly teatif yingtp its strength ctrfative'infinehce, we are constan tly'publiihing fro 'women in every section cotmtr prjive beyoT.d question th tamuos 'root and her h Irt ,'whlcli tit- rl wire nrcty ad ca n tr, Diitlirjrftffis moved llin wltts kny. icka SHOE REPAIRER TO THE PUBLIC: I am a returned veteran, ami, helng unable to follow my for- jner occupation owing to ills- 'rihllity, I tooH s course In liont and Shoe Repairing. 1 came out successfully, and have stnrtcrl in business al 240 13lh St. X.. where 1 can handle nil boot and shoe repairing. AH my work Is guaranteed ta give satisfaction. Soliciting tho favor ot a trial. J J. CARTER Steamship Arc yon thinking of goini; to your Old Country for Chi'.ist' mas? A rush business Is expected during Novcmbcr.and December and wo advise early application for reservation. Phono 1112 and full Info'rnrm- lion regarding rates and sailing will be cheerfully given. THE AGENCIES Phone 1412 Hlginbotham Block Information SILK ALL KINDS OF LADIES' i1 r.'-.ri Also GenlleWnV shirts' Made (o; Qrder. Moved to 416_4th Ave. S. kiva ON THE AARXBROyWER FARM 11 -IVtlLES STRAIGHT SOUTH 'OF JAMES AudtfbnUh i tbe ani ts fturep, 1019 'l per cvat. bt the area plapU'J 103J, a i vi 'EEP in tune ruitli the bright', new morn by drinking from the luell of health that lies in Notv. Ii ume to Tate ENO crery begin taking morning ind you-wtll'f the'- m.p lest a u d 'ii'i n tKt sc rvii of wdl-i1 jplcauLnltj! [o: arid jnaintain: (hat ENO_lias Wought iridonleilycor.JUiohi' to of folk Which ire inicpiribli: during ihe past fifty fromf perfect Keilth. }XIR. frifai-tiitm c. Etta, Lli, 'TreJt'idi" Worta. S-t HAnOLD-F. KITCHIE A CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO E R FOR SATURDAY We have an excellent line of fine SHOES that rwill'wenr. Take advantage of dur up-to-date repair bus- iness. 13TH ST. NORTH. f PHONE 317 The Ideal Plant for Farm and REMOVED TO LARGER PREMISES To accommodate increased business we have moved to more 'commodious quarters at 327 FIFTH ST., S OPPOSITE EMPRESS THEATRE SIGHT SPECIALIST YOU, cheap power for light machinery, in farm buildings or workshop, and a minimum waste of power. Power and Light Plant delivers all of ''its horae power direct to the machine you want to saves "50% power loss" cf dnVjng machinery by, electric because it does the same amount of work, belted direct to the macluncry, as a 3-horse-power engine generating current to ttrivethesamcmachinesbylncil-' vidual motors, Utilizing the spare power of the "F" plant docs not interfere with its cffi' cicncy as a lighting unit. Come in and sfre the "F" p! ant At wort; or guida post cord asking for catalogue which contains complete information. SOLD BY COALDALE MOTOR15 H PROUDLEY, Prop. y ;