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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHRR1DGE DAILY HERALD. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18, IELLICOE STRONGLY IN FAVOR OF DOMINION NAVAL UNITS v ,___ ,._.________-------.- ID liiose' "i for InduslrUl Vf- li forvod lo lie conclusion. Unt tha n-IU jrield a thousand "rallltori nniTinil Illllll llnnin nnlllinil Ji i Vh'r ihe- ships Is not distant when a sub- cords of puipirood. Upon Ihese forests nnlTlPM IIIWAI 111 Rll'l 111) Ml M -miWng olhor ine I -The nf jlltnto !or turuce In1 lha m.klnr of !hi. UnltM Sl.ix, i.'r..l. for IS 111 OVERSEAS III Report Tabled tfi New Zealand House Outlined Policy ot Sea Defence tet. The Times' correspondent a! Welii'.c- Ir-n, Now Zealand, says thit -3 hou use of rAiralt corneous. quolm (he aJcAiralty. memorandum to conference ot 19P3. favoring LL B: iiivy. the report ssys that Ihb is not obtainable and adds: hJs shown sbuQilaLtly that responsiblllllss iu regard to nav- al clctr-rice are far more cheerfully liulii ot the effort K apparent liiose .miking other ihe- ships l.TOTlded are Mil-made by ibe paying for them auJ aro maimed b> own s.ilh ani kin." 'The Rtncril priLciple'of ibe 1'ro-j iposals U thit Zealand slii'-lM, In ibe nursl defence ol inoplrs and assist Oreal JJrllalu accially hy payins for, retiming anil. lERiliuiniDS a certnin ot ihf far fistfrn ai-d all tcr harbor defence ot ZfsJicd and proTiJiox_such y-or- ins of'the fcrsonnel J5 LIQHTSand SHADOWS By F. S, Th" thivs thus iniictatiied would thus , in all Mssmlals a portloii ot.rto under llvf Eusgested title o tor Ueili.NV; 7ealimJ divistal of At Royal from the InJian all parts of the Buiplro are eauflK interesi- irUt JeL'roe's reoort has bwn laWed in reeojniieJ and jhoaliiered if Ihe re- iu security of sea commnnlca- lion, iherilore. Iho defense ot this ourtt to te eatriistea to one lleet coui- o! units from these countries. of- .consumption and dcscructlon 'Ira, Insects sad 'uogua crowtbs. as Guarantee of a perfect cup of Coffees' In I and 2 pounH the tein. or fine for percolators. "Perfect CHA5E S- SAN60RN -P.rfectly '.New Zealand's snips should comprise three light cruisers, s'J suomarjnos and a paiant ship. nnuull cost 'of maintenance and depreciation 15 I Mllmated at OFCWIES have put a world of X; character into knitted coacs of ill sects. 1 Sport coats with thtir charming if pciKaps color contrasts open up new 4 of eipttssion for artistry in. dress. 1 Wten iKee dcrtt ouzionj ban die' Penman f -.litcl afl doubt u to dietc: holding JUM fit tuning, it ii a simple precaution to remember ibe na e Penmuu. Sweater Coats ttc Stanlal ef Etcdlcncc" TO1IO.VTO. Oct. Cisarel smokers nur yet take iD3rt, fur Major- Dum-nu. o! Hie board o'l commerce, will take up tho altempt to lioost the price'ot tho cheaper grades ct cigar- ettes -f'om lo IS and laler to 20 The local office ot the toaril l lias Tfrillen to tho Iletail Merchants Assoclutlon asking for their prices and for c-iplanalions c( the order sent lo tlic retailers the layerinl Tobarco company. said Major Duncan, "arc not a nrisssily anJ may nol be dealt with by Uie board of commerce, but it tbere are instances prof- Is the .board might, caretolly consider this end tha mattir." A CATTLE KING Princo sf has bought a ranr-h lu our own favored province and will go in for'catllo on a large scale. Drltaill has lia'l all sorts ot iiiiCE. but Edwarv! will be iier Brat C.ltllii King." According tu a Drilixh scientist welsbt. mucaronl U as val- food as beef or mutton. And Tetri who hills from Naples. his held and says: "I tolln you so." no' less than a do'ieu dUfereut shades of poliljca represented I Ontario nominejion one mlsht the political bill-of-fare au Irish etew. YOU QUIT THAT, OHIO Philadelphia must to n thirsty town. Even Its ball clubs stick In the cellar. Dispatch. Xow watch tho papers In the city ot Brotherly Loye turn the oilier edi- torial cheek. Has Scheme." reads a headline. Here's doping it .Is an Im- provement on llnel' Tho illness of Pres. Wilson snd Premier Bonlen is coincidental, anil thai statesrannshiri IE not the caElcsfjab in the world. FUNNY ISN'T- IT. It loots like tlieso Etfssio'ns at Ot- tawa will bo Dragged on Indefinitely, our anJ pfudcnl meniheri of parliament fofgul thai "A speech a day keeps adjournruelil away." QeTapaperB of said Mr. PricrXIrcoii, "consume dully more tliau spruce treai of aver. age- slio. OIIQ eclllloCu ot Crilcago's lirjest tfewlpaper (He TrLbune) ro- Quires the KPTUM ot 30 ucres of for- but of the world's populaliou, the United Statm consumas one-half of the world's pro- duction ot paper. At thd present rato by forced Lo tha cotclujion the Ls nol Tar dlslaul when a suL- Lit a to for spruce In' the miking at ewsprint paper will- hava to be found, :ind one o( the most like1? saarces of supply Ij to be found In the Tsst quantities ot.stryw from tL Brlllsti aud Its pre-fruir.ence as a pap- TlU yield a Lhbusacd 'i a 1 11 Von cords of Upoa Ihese forests the UnltM States ilepeuds (or iis print paper. "The more important tf thast for- Mr. Price-Green. "lie the CanidEau National railways IQ Lbe proiiQces of Ontario, Quebec, New Druravri.-k, Xovn Scotia anil Brltisli and support Lbe leu'dtDc industry Of luc Dominion. In Canada's oipoit of piilps ami products Hmouated to only lu 1918 they reached a. of VANCOUVER RUNAWAY BOYS REACH CALGARY CALGARY, Oct. Frank Gray and .John Coray, serving terms'In ftbe Vancouver industrial school lor lueit, manq their escape recentli-a'nrt bv- Elcallbg rides on [reighl trains; got "is Far as Carsory. They, had absolntely no raoncy and 'Calgary tiishls were cold and they grew Tery hungry and in consequence paid a visit on Thurs-Jay night to Cblel lUtchie. They are1 now at the police station well.'.looted alter, wjillst the chief is tn communication ivilh the Vancouver authorities. two boyd tell a story of wbp made their 'escapo. at' the eame time and apparently managed lo sec- ure warmth nnd lood without having to apply to the police. Tho Ross 'rifle factory has at tail gone to the scrap heap. .And thero were np mourners at the last rites and. STILLS Oft in the stilly night the slllls arc busy stilling And Alherla. as in every other mod- em activity, 'up In the lead iu the number ot private distilleries. THE DEACON SAYS That the wise, man the sor- rows oE the past, and .thinks pnly the lie'. lives honorably :ln Ih'c present and. looks .with. .faith and cpttmlsm into1 liie" 'future.'1 Jr. of -the Atlanta the world this .Prank. liXSrj homely de. country you'Binnefs Mari-hri'dc tha wlro fence ter off. Out rle higo.-reacliin-jpeople what wants de ,worl! anT all, dey takes de bluest tumble, -ari'.'has Ihe hordcal fall! I WAYSIDE PHILOSOPHY A pirjfiteer iz'a specie ot hog minus depends If you are. in tht horse.. or. cattle HAY on no account miss calling or writing to us for Qual- ity arid Prices. Immediate-ship- mentg, money in your pocket! Re- member money saved iE money earned. Phone 1563, Patterson-Bell Kif Grain next door 'to Telc- grah office. Government free' freight arranged, 265-5 1 I Some -Reasons1 Why we: Are -lEhj.oying'Suich. Our .Up-to-date Shoe Repairing and Shoe-rriakihg repairing shoes .and-aboc' maktnc nt-.pVlces which ,are as low as can pos-' sihly be and appeal''to all. nude our .Shoe .Making mosl pdpular Vilh all-who us. wonlfor Us Ihc all'our cuslornMB. hy increasing 'oor Is enabling us lo maintain the hlghegt'Slandarn.ot service. the hog's usefulness.. What the Vorld Dn what you have given the world. When your wife beromcs.angry it is a poor play lu follow suiL .watch your step. Your boy 3 following you. j you careless fore your wiVea give ratf a dresssing wD. I To err is is a cradle that may rock you inlo A sfarUJrjf'increase in the use cl drugs Is reported. Is the abolilion 6( John Barleycorn a cause, for U? It so, it Looka llfce Jamnlng'''out of-the try- ing pan.inlo Ihe t'ire." THE DERELICT Down llie tllreel ho slinks vbcnv night falls low, A huirjan wreck In the ebb and flow Of tho city slrecL His ha'nda are cold A3 be taps at the door where dreams are sold. His'eyes are listless, his lips are thin. His face is ashen, his chest sunk it; Poor fellow! He once'Was a molhcr's prido Anil once hail a sweetheart by his side. Uut he started to travel Jhe Path- J When Conscience, Said, he'd only At length in his sin lie turned to dope, Thall.ilsB proraoler ol courage and hope, Thus, down-the street wlien night He the City's BlOWr-; o-liunlcil .thing lo'the usn are eoIuSto ahln Dreams lhat aro pleasahj-laml arid fair.' Hut drcama tliat lead' to the Despair. ..We a "GOODYEAR-SflTCHINO what'lt mean! to havd (heir tine boot sole: sewn with'a machine. It nuanj-lhat your repaired hoota will leave our premises as. good 39 new and that you wlll'bo' a thoroughly satisfied aild will not heaiute [p tiring your boots lo us again when are needed. x LET THE MAIL SERVICE .CARRY -YOUR REPAIRS TO US! a system which