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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOnRR ID, I HI 8 vTiir; i.KTirnnmr.K dai^y herald PAGE KINK SIR EDWARD FRYE DEAD London, Oct. 19.- Sir ISilwui'd Vryo, tformnr lord juntlco ot appeal, died al Fallnnd House, DngHol, Friday. Sir lOdwni'd lnul n loin; rjirocr before tlio, HrltlBli l)iir nnd was dial iiii;tiiHhcil an an arbitrator In both national and International disputes. Ho was arbitrator botwoon the United Slutes and .Mexico In tlio 1'lous Funds ease In 1!HI2 and botwoon Kraneo and (lor-�iany and tlio Casn Ulanoa Incident S?^sBT'�|sUPERIORFOPCR P yours old and the writer of neferal "U* LISIUM 3 Ul->Ui.J J4 OPEN CONFESSION i Syni|iallioll(! Old Lady (to convict.); Ah, my unfortunate friend, your fate is Indeed a. hard one; and, as she thinks of yon here In this dreadful pl.-ico, how your wife unlet suffer! Convict (very much affected): Yes'm, and there are two of 'em mum. I'm here for bigamy.-Tit-lilts. IP \Li ?JCT IMPORTS CAUSE miiWM FROM G. BR! " It is new-and it is wonderful" "TH  moment of curiosity 1 sfp-I ped in to set and hrar this tirwt phonograph. I hid no idc. whit i lurpri.ie I wis due for. ''The young man who voluntcrnt lo detnomtrate the Vocslion lw lr.r rhoiio ai his firnt record an 'Aic Maria' played by Kugetie Yuy. "The Vocation winded the first notts..... "Hire you erei been i��l'y li::illr(l by rauiic from a phonoi^aph ? i nevf had until that moment. Tl:e tones the Vocation -.v.-..s h-incin^ from :J;c rrroni w-rr true . niia 'imrs - nine c( the :idiiH-?s, t'..c L'-'-p*;ilirifi .-.'-jl; naoCcr 'si' . -a "Ken:,I r '.'it i:ii\ 1 .' it h? the aiirvi in', "TKen I irieii Yu-jl.on ex:1:' hr:ud v i:. . !i U-.t.f li) ;i J'l.'le :'. to ill luilrst \ olii:;e - -1 cc'.it! rji the v'.ai'c of the rero-ci. '"Ihe :l',v:''- e: it? -I: ir.n'; s-rihahi'-. \ t :� ir.::.-.; try it 'To rr v views or. ti1" pt.. an,-,., line !,,-i-:i i\ii-*cif trlv I'v-r-:?.! in re-n- ;i:i,: v.'a:. i*-rf-..l :!.:-�  hi !--.;t'h. >�� .W.J!.-Vv.4i; �.' - v r>''.'.:cd by the "ii* |L,�t. !'� -O i WilS pl-Vd e;::r�n-e.i, grippe.t .:: r. if.traliiri;, '::  t I'rjdn.jl'i, the -if a device 1 had iLea*. I c.rew the .ull'-'.ilDf). ! J :r\- eil Allies on (he Dvirta M-A P.clsite-viki Troops Who li.ul Ik*on Heavily Reinforced. BOLSHEVIKI r.URr.OUNDi-D Amsterdam, Cxt. 1'i.--Thc Con Cossack volunteer army and eth.-r c.'ctachirents hive :.in roy-nl-:-J the j iiolchcviki fores.-, in liie nor'h'-in Cnucasun. r.cy.t a rl^11,i from Kiev. Tin; rctr-nt of '.lie Bol-.T viki In ATr-Thae and Tsrnitzyn j tins been on', .'.ff. ; A7i )>.ii). : 17 i !'� ; . i.o.'.rd ritiiottnc.es t !i.;;.,��;. lli-elilie. No t -i i Ir.-n from lite t 111:1  � .� i;i tie* I. :y '.ip:  lor I'll : " i-rn! :.tt�r > ! j A' lai; �in.th � !: | ri"]',r; ;i i|; .i :iii:i,:. ;.:: I fo^t'i'i':.- u'l-re iKi'lcj- ,i h | Slli'lh' iilld '-lllitll r.otli I a sivii.i h :!,"'! Iti :u a | In.111 i  r hi lid h.i1'..... The ,. ; .  i:.mi f.-,i �  w !.: pfo.' till!' Enquire from Local Hardware Dealers IflHBRIOGE MEM }l\c\jhl \ i L!0i HM.-IW.i. i'1' V t'i'h'.i' iric|u,i,.i| t>,.. ' tn**:i nnd . V,ln' (in l-.'dtt'.oii'i'M; '.' : All I I'ri  ,,: W.i. ' Alt,i V..... �!� �!: \ I- I' .1 .'. 7..  rilll�'! of Cii: . ! The ef- iif :h�j r.cw c* ii . i 11 ' i� 10 ,� Ih t )' ' ,.vl,,,|| |,, � i ' i;.'.il ;ir  � itids .if St :, nj >!-� ' � : i � 11�  i i � ,..% ! itiir. :i 1 h: n ; : .: �  � ; ''i.'ii tii"   j V. i n -����1 - ' ; , � ! r"Mtes. w'.i :i ; !!" a. ; 7 ic" St rrc : ;:d Mi'lir ' '! ! .lllt'illio- v.'iI'KmI .'it ' l.tead- ,'i jui'l other  !;,,,!!" .  in fi-'ii; -:, it.!- 1 .....i ; certain .ibh and w le : '';" i' tli'ltr. .., ..,...,,!,..�'� ;. ' " I'ivitt'.t de- i r L-ardiint tie ti I imports i'i-1 n r-ellipii' d 7 . ' .v.ir traiio .i! end wili ic :�: ; v. ho app!" ! t i any im UNIVEPSITY ' I.DERTA NLV. '  i"' 1 � ee.-ile : ' ' t i ;' t r>r I ] i-.;iv, .,� ,,i. :.l |i..w ex ' 1   .  ir'  -�'.'.. and it 1.- �.-..:! d thai, v ,-a':y of tl'.e ,|t H'.ll ! till' ' ' t n !>"i:liiniliK /.".ivuihcr. and   .it ic; t. who. I'.r.'ni ' i'".i ii. \i. b' ill prr- ::' ; t �;(� f>-i'' ' r Hie open-  ;!" (.ill!, ii.. ,: i. i  ill inn.; in a'ur.i! ::7."..  ' "f pr......"t ,: :�! 1 crop >�� 1 tl||- i- tx- . ! lie1'.- em on: i ,:;''l V.ohletl ' '.,�.'. .,. ireved Inii'inn in a:i � '�! ,.1 ell '.e.ivnr. v\ i;.i have ma ; ! n �t.!t� of � ii ,\1 and nth' � -v-. are al-  � of intcre p.il''tneill "f business hineheon of the term. It. Is the custom of tlm elnli to Invite to these luncheons any university men who have relumed from overseas ihtr-init the previous month. O^ this n m d; 'I 'iu;n:sh'd are .?. T. sh.i.v a.-: ]:�-:-:, , n,i }:,i,-v of the I'i' i I '.a t'.iii 1: 17 I' � .'. I'm lias been aw.ulel is.. .\l;l;i.:v'' i'niss. and promo " 1 I '.ip'a.n. ,ii!d II. I'" Drew i of t'-ie 1 'M'-:, and hit^r ,,f lae Can. .Motor M. 'i i'-.i" i  ho" In. i.....n decorated M lltary Medal. trad. 'To help ma!;o stronrr, keen, red-bloodfd Amer-ienati there is nothing in my experiencG whieli I Imvc found BoTaluaWo ns organic Iron-Niiated Iron,"fayiT)r.J�m�� fVkneil Sullivan, formerly physician of Bellcmo HoaplUl (Outdoor Dept.), New York, nid tin? WentcliMtcr Countjr Hoaplul. Nuiated Iron oft�� ta�f�Meii the ptrer.gth end onduranco of the -weak, nerrwu, run-rlowa p�opl� In two 'WeeVi' tirne. It in conservatively estimated that Nuiatod Iron t* new btlitg need by ever three million people annually, and it has been aaod and endotard by inch men ni linn. Italic M. Shaw, former Secretary of the Treasury evnd ex-0�T-er/of Irtrrn; former United States Senator and Vieo-Preefdential Nominee Chas. .'. T'iwr.�; Clen-ral .lohn Ij. Clt-m (Retired), the drummer boy of Shilek, vh-i -.-us f-'.*r�;r;int in the U. S. Army when only 12 yoar3 of afe; �lt� United t:tates Judr-e G. W. Atkinnon of the Court of Claimaof Washington, and other*. N'nii'.ed Iron is dispensed by all good druitBinta OTcrywhere. v. it! :h I..".Ill Hi 7\' In:.. A! .1 Itai: \lt i; Art!:, ry fee ! -en. V i' tuna In. d: .1. i'i ' v .....,t, i t' d v .. �'. of in! Kx'.cusinll. ill b:; S:;.'i!' library, ha I hi'i in the hioir;.: ; � now o\ er i,'. i: 'h.is ......tIon � ):'.,. of nun an 1 i;i  �'� lilt" i el :::- ; ph ilant ,::,. tit!,.: id ' I'.f 111 of :'|Hii ;. I ;u- of .lame - ,.; i...t.i :" in'..,:, i.y it-i Iand I.eti.e I';'!'  'i'lltlpel'. iv '' 71 i-'.flll'l. .' , . 'i'll l'".-t.. ill. i iii.'ii a: 11- 1. V. \7p. I'll-1,1..,. I'..- -I 1! A'.. . l.y S I'.l.-l I. ti.'oln '� - t ,.||. ''�!!��" i'  I Vnlllllli' i tn !tt lltr- the i ,! j '.;:'. :tls!ied .lit. l.e'iillcs. Ill'loW ; :|l- .,'. some . ,t to ('.mad- .an* Morh-v :.v .1 ii '.''If ia all ; Motltl! ,'1 l!t limi. Sir i-: i' m c . -d I tmp.t '.cn'.der. . h':;a:i (indie... ; a I. t He'd. lacd Chain W.::' l-y .!. Ii.::: ic. IM* :i.,|e,i i;. r.. 11 II K Kntiitii : 17: in^. Is .1 ( I I' C'aat! it'.e l!;i.tile, I 7 a Itirisll I.'. ' v K .: .:::! ILI lll.iml. bv Mrs SRDOCK FAVORS i :.*� 1711a l'!a,:.' Voii!!!;. :.n.l a Halt Cell-til.v of f!i,. I ::;.) I'll'.!;.' S. Stools. I. i'i: a I!:�: i'.'t'.i.iii, by .Maud Howe :, :,e,.. t. v..,:,! a'c. l-'b.-eii. II Hall !.-d,.'i".-.i:i it'iai i,!:: a'in", t.:' ! � ' for the hist time, il'e-idi "It of the tv,,i rel'et'ell � - --:!Ollbl be ftivell Ottawa, lie! I" railroad Liber i>: 1 the i.Ti :t order in  stt!!.s ii-ii'iti'.' %'�> p. i i! ..:.'.' :..an ' 7 ceiVed l.y S'l):'.' .' James Muribick. ri' nrothet iiood of liiiilway TraiiHuen. :'   , r. It read' ;n fn!!.iw -  Calaa: y ! I "I'lea.-id iii-it  .! ' '!' a I recent or-. Coinmivi, dor in ctiinci! |n .dii!. :::::, st'tLe.- tor fn v�*:-.i'> !::� di.'iM'i'i:i of the war I'mier ,'X'.-:- tnre 'i !i, i i 11 it ooniiUi-M- a':d .�: : a. cueit: .-il s or- tiyiinai-y -. ; itini''ml la:, a' i an ci i)t n i t ion :: 1 adj. ::� , enble n... .'. - II..',.-. Inn- does not .,  ai lo : ! iilld mi'.-! s:i;'e! id i. e mop.l- fir-i. Tin if - : I'tki s to �'. '.Me W and I am y ::oi i ' i: a. i 11(1 -'I'i l.es lie- p. i :�'.;; [ t!ii' :'::- �- viol .'.'! ..r.i. ! prmnpily. i "Vou i'nr V'ititv. � [tittti '.IAMKS .MI'IitHlCK. ORDERS A P.17. RECEIVED RESPECTING FILLING OF U.S. QUESTIONNAlRJTTi � tuiiie 1 Mildiers, .-cnt from . tile Invalided Sobliei's' ti. have i','i;tstired .'it lh: !,.i t'.e-. loiu'so In Aitt'cwl-.. ta. :i .it'i' hi-ln:; >;:m.|I pre tiii*.i 1 the 1st of N'ovetn   p'ii-.i.:,' ia- : ,:..n| th ' i '.Hilar course bi'vtins. 1 "i (i I'd- !'n!!m\ an: lie- p!t";.':ili!i>n* arraliKed hy . n":.: i::. . I i.i ih,. I i'i\ii i'v ot .Mb'i'a in co tiper.1-:,o:i t\::!i I'm 11 .tnioi.in (1 nverniiii "it. a series ot In month rnuTM's wiTT lie ,j .: ii.-vx crmtp el men entoriilK at tie !((!.mi:*-.' ot "u.ii*iff through the year, in o. '!.!� !,i ' ..jie isilli !he incr'aseil v.. .!; .v'.tii-h "A- Will entail. >-veral iub'.itiieis wt;l !> c.iaile to 'In- staff of the K.u-u"> t'f Aiiiiculliire On tin. ali'.ii- of t!ie l'"o'. imial lie.:d o' II, .Ctii, the imvliiiK of 'he rinlo-.tphio..! Sue\:tv, which was ad-ve:t:.'il to: T tcsd.ay ovenlll*.-, October li'.l. h;:s b. en po.-tponed until til'.'' I ii wils killed in action early this I). Kmery. in Hie city or at oastc-ru points before lifiKlimiii.^ work. Tiiey are 11. (J. liar- j rlocli.M. (i. Wells, T. H. Corbett, C. l)T .Meltride, .1. I.. Jackson, K. K. Mender-, .son and K. It. Field. i The record of disunities among I'll If Am- ' ivm">' 1,1 -\!bert.i. men thisl week i nmong is\ wei News has been received of I of these. month, lie was a student of the Cnl- Sueh Amcriimis must lie careful to'vcrsiiy and of Uobertson College, and state the authenticity of their reikis- itwas well-known lo tiiose associated trillion Willi tint American forces in with these institutions, in the early their answers to ijuostions Hi.', ih -I ' day* as a vouiik man of considerable and .">. Questions :;l' and :i:t ttenl with literary promise. Anions those report-the man's n i;istratioit under the se- � ed wounded ;ire Jjieuts. H. laiptson, lortivo rceh (ration of the military ser.  II. (1. (l'udilyl Nolan, !. It. Ulley, ri. vic(> law of the Cniletl Slates. Qnes- Id. MeConnell, T. Uralltim and Corporal lion ill deals with Ameriean enlistment and Ha deals with reglstrullon with the American consul under tlio Canadian-A liM^rr.- �**-i vein ion. It. T. llolli.t.s. On Wednesday, October Ifith, the executive of the University Soldiers' Comforts Club held the, ilrst monthly X C't'tit it:�>!! fer f'ri* tceieon ir^i" ekvxrx thf. skint vr.mp shrir, vrilh narrow or mtdium lot. .Ml U.:iheti, S tr.ch or p ii.t/'i /injW. Ijiuil of Cuban httlt. %6 to %Ji. Avoid Price Extremes in Buying Shoes TM IK measure of economy in buying shoes is the service you pi-r dollar of' f.wfiivuittu'.e.'-lt is^vaste to bujr.shoes which were made to sell a't\VX'2rfy,io\v price, and it hi'equally un-� : > *(*iy rv tr'ttiely hij*h |.^|l)cy�ii�l a certain point^t its not posiible ; ' it-.. r.u'tteal value of a*hoc, and, when you pay more than a i .if  j ri. c you are probably paying tar "frills." f* > "-� 7iy to you: "Kcrpin themi'.flwi^tHc roa'd. Don't pay lest than 'it' r.. r. in f: !,.>; t"v|.ty,rindrxpecttnp�*t jfood value. On the other hand, i. -!,"! i'.::.U it is itfi'i- irv to p.iy mi.rc than $\o~ -or $\2 at the outside." V i m .!:!.!y c-ui ju.;.'t* vahi'ij f,,r your�clf if yon will buy for service t it!i r ti.iii iit'januf.K-turer's business'rcputa'tion is behind it. I // .tf. tt',ie-7"i'"ii� Seh'ctiitn* offer Special Service Value .''"� -'den, U'ti/iirnami Children.-Mkyour dtaltr/or thrtit. AMES HOLD EN McCREADY iimitid "Shoemakers to the Nation" eoM'tiAi. lonovTo v:iNS:Fr.s ldmonton vancouvm - /; fir -tins Trciit-marl; on �vtry. Appalling Conditions Among Belgian Children Fate of Coming Generation Rests on Relief Work. MANY people have thought that the United States loans to Belgium have financed all the Relief Work necessary, /ks a matter of fact the loans provide the minimum ration to sustain life in a grown person. The bowl o| soup and two pieces of bread are totally inadequate to build bone and muscle for a growing child. The results are ghastly 1 "These cases, running into hundreds of thousands of sick and defective children......cannot be taken care of by the general funds", writes Mr. Hoover on July 8th of this year. There is an increasing need for funds for these cases .... our laft reports show that the soup-lines of Belgium have increased from one-and-a-half to two-and-a-half million persons ... 1 wish particularly to remove any doubt as to the acceptability of contributions to the Commission for Relief in Belgium for the special purposes above indicated." Unless the sick and starving children of Belgium are given a chance for life, Tuberculosis, Rickets and kindred ills will claim the next generation. That is Belgium's outlook. And yet a few dollars will restore health and strength to one of these tiny sufferers. Will you open your purse and helpl Fate had willed it that you should SEE ihese babies itarving, you would share i�ur all with tbem. Must you SEE, be/ore you will help ? Make cheques payable mad send contributions to Befora you ait ft* ->lh�f think al Um Balffea) cbiletroa to* weak to ataael if tka aemp-line, mt! giv*. Clva oft-line, eaaroualy. Relief fund iundcrtha War Charltlst Act) |(j (Registered under the War Charltlat Act) to your Local Committee, or lo Headquarters i 59 St. Peter St., Montreal* ;