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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN Tells House He Will Resign To Contest E. Treaties Discussed OTTAWA, OcL bill lo amend tie Eichequer Court Acl .was iniri> daced la Ihe house ol conic'.ons this afternoon by >t Dobeny. The pur- pose of tbe said, was to give the eicbequer courl Jurlsdi-: Lon of ihe-proy ol German Tlo bill was read a first lime. Another bill read a first time one Mr. MacLcsn. 10 amend the Civil Service ACL An ur- der-ln-council had been passed, he1 said, giving ihfc postmaster-general uu- thoritv lo deii-mi'-ue what percentage of the increased revenue from special Kar tax-should fco comimioi as yurc. ol ol poslniasitrs. The 1-res- ent bill would coniinus the ordarin- cotihcil la effec; atier iho espirioR ol Measures Act under which il was passed. Mr. McKcnrie quoted a.letter from Mr. ,1. M. HuRlies in Ihe KLnrMon i In It i? liMter. Mr. Hughes I annoaccvd tis rol'miMPHi fnvn the I ive-eleciion cotnest in Kingston be- cause ii ivas reported that it Sir Ifenry Drayton given the teat, Held ;ad" promised Klngstoti ivpald be well looked alicr p.nd ibe harbor Improve- ments assured. Mr McKcutle afkol It It was cor- rect That Dr. Reid had made tny eucb promise." Ur. He'd replied Ihii he did noi see the letter in ihe Standard, bui lie saw a fiuoiaiioii o! it In the Toronto Globe. "I think the best an- swer I csn pive to the letter Is ihe Ia.fi Hue which appears in ihe To- voato Globo. which reais: 'Unionist eiders ntro sny ihai tbe Huu. Mr. Iteld made no promises ot auyihing to thai is correoL'' Ernesi Lapoinic gave noike of his inter.tJo'j 10 rrfisn as member for Ks'T.curatka to run in Quebec house then to Ibf civil service ixwlassiltca1 m lull and liio bt1! KSpoVu'ns the facadlan heat board. Recommendations by (lie EPD- Into ihe for carrying into tKerc the pcaco treaty were then taien up. Hon. C. J. Doherty explained that the effect oi. Ihe 'amendments was t'o ex- tend ibe provisions of Ihi? to ap- ply to the treaty with Austria and any other treaties which nnsbi be signel bv ihe King- ivjih.po.wars which had paniclpateii.-in_tlie.vi-ar.' The v v v HEAVV FINtES FOR IMPORTING DRUGS OTTAWA. Ocl. Hon. N. Rovvell has plun notice n.' u providing heavy penalties for the Illegal im- portation into Canada ot cocaine or ot'iurn or silts or preparations of either. Such ivilhJUl, a license from the fct'.eral Uenar'.mer.t of health, it is'sol forth, shall be punishable by iv One no! es- t'ecdius and costs. prisenuieal for ore yoar. or v v WEDXESOAY, OCTOREn 15, 1910 Don't Hack and Cough unli] you make yourself and everyone A ybii miserable. It U not necessary I-N near necessary when mil stop the irritation, heal the inflamed membranes of ihe throat and soon cure the severest cough. COLDS, SORE THROAT, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA arid-WHOOPING COUGH yield to the _soothing' and healing influence of this wonderful cough medicine. You owe it to yourself and your friends to always keep a bottle in the house at this season. None genuine unless in a Red Package bearing the trademark Na-Dru-Co. 17 vcJ }ij National Dmj aad Chemical Compan7 of Canada, Limitci merit, he lu'.d 10 tii-k ihe houso to (.tmcur in ihf nniendmi-nts insofar LLS ihe uvaty VVHS ooijciernrd, Imi AS regards ttie othtr iroaties. H was iT the nutbciilic copy reached CainiJ.i in lime, tn tub- Tuii ihe Au-triau trwly but if ii aid noi urrive bofuro the end of ihe present session, the suvermnem thai it was'iLCDecrssary'to iurur ot a sjuu-lal scpslon IOT consldeniion nnd ratification cf Lhe ;lrian, ueaty. Mr. Dnhorsy sa'il iliat only the lirst five imiondmems passed by ihe scnale had bct-t concurred in. Mr. McMaster, Urome, said ho thought ibis was an unwliulcsouie rre- cedenL ParliauienL jiraeiicaUy Ap- proved ol the mtification of ilic Iroaiy v.-ith Austria by following ihe course suggested, McMnster sa'd the house been told ihal.tho Austrian _aty was in the m.iia similar to lUe German, treaty. Ii ihat was the case there were countries forming ihe Aus- trian empire al the ouibreak of Lhe w2r ivliit.'h were not altogether nntag- onisllc toward'the filter. He Ihought ihere should he ccmsijtarablc (llffer- cuce in the LieaiieE iviiri ihese two na- tions and that the house should lie fully advised, before giving any t ratification. .YANKS, IBIS HIS TO Kiiymoud Boy Who Vought Americans ami Was With OtTUpntion Army I RHINELAND HIGH COMMISSIONER .PARIS. Ocl. Ti- rard, member of tbe council ol-slats, has teeu appointed hish catamiss'on- er of the Rhincland' and president of ibc lulcr-aUied high eonjoiissiou in charge ot the administration ot1 linen- The Wavy League oi Its Vital Work for Canada Navy League of Can- A ada fosters the splendid spirit that made the British the greatest of maritime na- tions. It organizes loyal Can- adians so that practical work may-be accomplished for the. _ cleyelopment of Canada's difect interests at sea. The human side of Canada's Mercan-. tile Marine is the League's especial Canadian boys to become the stur- dy type ot British manhood that its laurels again and again in the great distress among victims of the submarine giv- ing the sailor ashore'an alternative place for rest and recreation to the places of doubtful entertainment that abound in port. Why the is needed On Nelson Day, October 21st, starts a 3-day campaign throughout the Dominion to raise necessary to finance the coming year's work of the Navy League of Canada. Help the work by giving'liberally. As a na- tion whose expanding trade will depend on exports, we must educate our boys to the highest type of seamanship so that they will be equipped to man our ships to carry our exports to foreign markets. You will do your part in this work by con- tributing liberally to the support of the Boy's Navy Brigades, the organizations by which the Navy League trains boys for our mer- chant marine. Evtrj dollar subscrlbta1 will be ustd to farther the work I.iasue In work in which you are iicnonallf intenslii as a talriolic citisctt. lltlti bj giving. DAY CAMPAIGN for' HAYMOXh, OcL H. Wmmded I twice ard sashed once, Invi-js enpused j In piai-licallv all of tlip bat- ties Cotishi by the American iroops in j France, Otis Court, a, llayiuoml 1 boy. son of Thomas Tunic, of the gov-j erncietit aurvi'-y servi'.-o. arrived hotne j with iv FiiVnillJ record lo his' credit, lie if still suffering in con- suquc-nco oi Rns. it seriously affected hid luiiss. Pie. Court had a interesLIng experience iu the gre-t war anil brought beck ivlth him mnuy souvcn- Aau'iiK th-j eollecilou Is a curious piece of glass claimed to .lie over one thousand years old. Ills biUitUon was tbe magirfJctiji Uht-Ims catlitdral while it. was boms shelled by Gormen artillery. A piece of art ivi'.h a beautiful four-levied clover engraved in the t'c-r.ue, caught in Ins bandolier. Ii ivas a piece fnnn out.- of the great windows Cor wLich sacred ediflcti was famous. JIo prizes it above sill the trophies broitghl bai'k from ilic- war. iiarsly of ita nntiquiiy. but because iL is ii relic from one o! tbi1 grandesl cathedrals of all itmc. Pie. Court's story is one which moves rapidly, giving an insight InTij the iimdiinjj ihe ra- jpidity and efficieiK'.v of ihe American troops Y.hen once tlie rejmblie turned the giant forces ol her nation upon the common foe. lie enlisted July 1917, at Great Falls. Mont- und was first to Fort William Henry Har- rison, nesr llolcua. Here he did ITVO jnllis' duty iu ibe exemption Tioard _.'ice, from tliere 10 Camp Green, near Chnrlotte, X.C. Here he went into training on au intensive stale. As was the case with most all of !ho U.S. units. Pte. Court's battalion' moved iiezt Lc Camp Mills, Long Island, were per- fected'for their transportation ncr.oss the Atlantic to the scens ot hoELill- !His unit ha.ilthe honor of going over on Ih'e' LflTiatiTaiSi, then considered the largest afloat. They landed in England qu'i 1917, spending Chrislnjcia at Their on the hospitable shores ot Brilaiii" was noi long, for on December 23 the Elaymontl lad and his '.sturdy -Ynnkeo.j-compatrEots crossed flht clioppy-Engiish Channel Lo France. "We'se Hurry'n, Mamma, for our FRY'S "TPHE best food for' children is the one They like, nnd I he one that does them the most good- That means FRY'S. Its flavor is delicious. It is all fine, quickly assimilated econom- ical, no Makes children strong, rosy-cheeked and happy. "Nothing will do but FRY'S" nas discharged al Fort Chey- UUU3UU.1US reside lore, bill he resided in [lines ISIS. I was UnUed for EcvcraL yC3rs cd ill Lhe sLoinnclf-hy [lying shrapnel CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE FOR THE PROViNCE OF ALBERTA PRESIDENT, P. HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA SECRETARY, J. A. IRVINE on February for Ihrt'e montlis was in Hie hospilal at-Lansres Ste. Manie. After ray hospital experience I re-entered.Ihe lines anfl .Irom ,lhen on [ought in many oi ihe important af- fairs in which American-troops parti- clpaled. I'went through the bloody battle al Cnatleau Thiery, which was indcsfl a fierce engagement. 1 serred In Lhe Toul sector and was second battle of the }larne, also at Champagne, Cenligny, St. Mlchicl, the Arconnc and Soissong. In tlie last- naiaed- lilt with Lhe Hocbe I was wounded in the leg by z machine Eun rtmllet and also gassed. I snent six in tbe hospital at Chaumocl. il went hack into the lines on N'ovem- ,ber 1, and the armistice was slgnetl on tbe llth." was the cevrs of the armistice recetred ln; -the American young Court was usXed. "Well, he replied with a smile "If men v.'tre over aroused H was our men on that occasion. Wo were .near T-ii yards over No Man'a Land when a white flag was raised above the German trenches. In _ _____ the last live minutes of. frilling we pared to ejp fifteen men killed and seven berca Shoals, wounded. The Stars and Ktripcs ap- peared In our rear, so wo went hack to see what 11 all meant. On learn- ing the news, our lellov.-s turned the to 'an angle of degrees an'd _ poured a stream of shells Into the air the i tcv.ards Ihe Itriinc. Our follows suroly bonli would hare liked lo have gotten inlo Germany." Pie. Court was Ihen In He ni- Ivision, Xalional Onards. 102nd (nfan- j try. Company. After the sUning of ihe armiitlofr. Ihey began nl .inarch of 210 miles, completed in len i Court, wllh many ot hlJ com'-1 contracted the dread inlo pleurisy-pneumonia. lie jwai then confined In Ihe hospital nl iLfliigrts onco more for three months. After his recovery', not satisfied [with Ihe service hf hnd already done.. fT'lf. Court rc-cnlislC'l, this time wltb miri.-iry police. Ho went lo school jfor Ihrce weeks In Ihe historic lown icf Autun, and Ihen moved lo Mar Le Due. he w.is Iransforred to doing police duty In the oul- irior lo. hU enlistment. lie spent p'uch of his life here, however, hnvinj ieen popular in ihe social nnd musi- cal life of Ihe town. Cuban. Expedition Will Endeav- or (o Locale Valabanern Which Sank With All Hands MIAMI, Kla.. Oct. Hiijie I the surrounding Ihe lo-j'.or :he Span'sh sleamtr Valnbanera Yfitli .Is crew and passengers lotalling JTjO may iiu cleared- up soon has iecn rCTlved liy reports rcnchlny here that a Cuban expedition is tains pre- pared to explore the wreck off He- rca Shoals. o reports of Iho finding o; Iho ves- sel have b'een received. The Imld in Havana, it is haitl. K that the vessel was cut in half when IL struck a. reef. Thus It is accounted for Ulat the vessel did not launch nny lifc- Navy League's Nelson Ciirnnaign is (b Promote (ivcn.1 Object A large portion of tliu proceeds from Ihe Nelson DH'V lo raise a half a million dollars will he devoted by Ihe Xavy Lensut of Canada lo the purpose of "the Naval Ilr'igades: These brigades have been established in the gades hangs on "the generosity of pub. lie support. is important to Canadian tliaf this movement should not lie liandlcappcd lack of fuuds. Public spirited citizens are calk-d upon for a gendmus response, to Ihc-Navy League appeal tliroufili-the Xelsou Uny "The big drive will cover 'three days, commencing Ocloucr 21. In addition to the demands of the N'aval Ilrigailcs, the nas to Its sailors' homes and instluilcs in Canadian ports. All the money.raised campaign will be spent "'In; Canada. VALUATORS APPOINTED -FORy MANITOBA SCHOOL LANDS APPLIED FOR By.'-SOLDlERS OTTAWA, Oct. of Winnipeg, has been annotated 3xpurt trade alirl ik-pelids miR-n upon mnrchnn: nmrine. II Is vitally uccei thai ihe! IJbiiiiiiiuii should 'P.ro- qu'allficil .'sailors. The League of Caiincla is g'.ving the young- er generation of Canadians Ihe oppor- lunily for free (raining in seamanship, and business men are agreed that Hie- value of Iliia work i-annol he over- estimated. A. Jlclcalfe tt'sliiiljar c.t- pacity for Ihe lisnlt'ub'a Tbe arbitratora will appoint Inspec- tors and the lauds-firHlj.toi He TaTuc.-l will those sections which-hate IICLII applied for by returned soldiers. J.inl will be available in Saskatchewan us soon as liie provincial government i- names Its arbllrator. It Is eipecled Ithal school lands In will lia- The success of Hie Hoys' Nnv'al DM-j come avninlble shortly. 'I'aris, doing nnllce sklrls of Ihe city. .FAMOUS NOVA SCOTIAN DEAQ HALIFAX. X. S., Oct. death occurred last nishl ol lion. Siruon II. protonohiry of tho suprr-mc c'ourt for ye.'ira. lie was S3 years ol.l i'.nd head o( Iho Holmes-Thomson govern- ment, the (Conservative adminis- tration that held in Xova Scotia from 1873 to 18S2. He littd licen leader of tho opposition from 1S7I !o 1173. In 1SS2 he itns ap- pointed prolonolary, alter Iho l.lticrah won tho elections. 'Kor V) yeara in his younger days, lie vras editor uf the Colonial fitand- nrd of I'lctmi-, Al Ihe groal Inter-alUctl alhletlc I meet in I'arla, which began on Iho of June, 1918, Pie. Court had tbe ibonor ot standing guard over the re- stand on which sal manf of Ihc allied nations, gen- diplomats mid financiers. This crand festival, he saya, continued for wo weeks, llc'slaloj that in Ihcj final :oiml H! tho score Ihe United Slnles c.d with !i.i points out of a possible CanaiU ram'; s'jcofld willi "tZ points. Kragcc Iblrd with 63 nolnls. mil Knqlaml fojirlli wllli 57 points. lie pocrctl til points, in-l Italy 27. .Inly 2K, ]tv aga'n onlcred Ihe hos- pital, Paris Military Ilospllal, suffering from adhesions of Ihf. hmgk Jlc went brtfk on duly August II and was ;-ftor ordered home. Sr.illnK from Kri-st en the filh of Sep- tember on C.Sf.S. Mercfiry, he N'cw York on Ihe '.n'l ONE OF OMAHA LYNCH LEADERS ARRESTED -e OMAHA, Selir., Ocl. art! Webster, advertising and designing artist, nrrralr.d la-l