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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTODKU 22, DAILY icety ui the ibadel Humidity highl won't effect FREE RUNNING Fable Salt It never cakei In any weather. "Reg J" n at your The Canadian Salt Co- Limited Don't Accept Substitutes Newspapers of Europe Ciy Oul tho men ft "wanted. The ,t i i officers and ex-officers For Strict Measures Against These Gentry Who Roam World "soldier correspond- ol fortuna" number .p ply] DC was roxnarkablfr. They were of Ihe old aijTenturei1 type, acd were so determined to get back la war that llicy resigned commissions wbole- of Nations to draw up a and drastic Hat of for violators of an International "For- eign KulJBimcat Law." IE LEGO FALLS once regarded as such a picturesque dtrederll orgaulzed revoluSlons In Central nml South America, the BalkEtin, and the wilds or Thorn are loo many of him, and far Jrom being considered plclurisque, ho Is now voted a general nuisance. The "Sunday Express" recently wcnl (arthor. sntl voted Bale aiid enlisted ID the ranks. All Iho unit a of toe rellel lorto ba4 buucuea ol prlratn wno bail com- uj a tided battalions, batteries and companies in France and elsewhere. Fattened on New Nationi Where they content to stay In such at a discount. unite tlinre would not be, too mucb harm done, aod they could doubt- less obtalu their fill of righting, but thQ soldier of fortune abhors rou- llne, and tho cx-nltlcer hungers for command. lie usually obtains It In "nat'.Tp LcvlcB" who can he brought lo efficiency by his experience anil methods oE Instruction The new nations, like the Kstbon- laiis. Letts, Lithuanians, Crecho- yirjvaks, SHeilaDB Uk- rainians and others who had not hUh erto Lad much opportunity of ['ght him renegade, an enemy of civil izazllon, ami an International criminal" tie- BCrrlng of Bbort sbrlft and no cere- mony In suppression, Thoufibiful at.Tleimen and lend- ers of public opinion recognize (hat one of the greatest dangers to preservation or world peace IB th Test horde or adventurer, iurned luru tercd Invasion or military In- who won fame looso on the world Tho break up or thu Central Em- pires, and the compulsory reduction ot their huge annlcB. liaa flooded j Kuropc wilh an anny of Jobless I Officers whoeo only profession !g I that or the .word. Hussta. But tUe profession lifts become over- many and Amlrla arc tbe principal conLrlbularp, tout. France, I on the 41eld of Armageddon, and i ;lhe soldier of fortune obtained a foot- he soon found openings for men its own kidney. Prof e 3-5 Ion Overcrowded the profession lifts Itecom rowded, and already tlie world Weil-Known Figure On The Strand Remembered in Will Oct. 'Old John11 Frances, upward of 70, who has been a shoeblack in the Strand for more than thirty years, has been lu- lormeii that, a [cgicy of it coming to him tram >Hs. Halves, or Milk wood I toad, Urliion, whoa ehe made hei will twenty ycara ago. Frances Las long Leen a familiar llgure to every English and Ameri- can newspaper man whose office is In Ihe Strand, During Ihe war he slitued Itie Loots of hundreds of sol dEcrs, and In those flush days lie earned as much us a wceji. Hut since then his business lias fallen off Feeble anj In poor health, he lUes la Dartnell Road, Cauibenvell. "I was reading a book of Loire a few months ago if lien I saw that John Frances was %s- anted and was wailing for him in Court of he said. Ihe Red Cross Worker Brings Lai- esl of Bolshevik Atroci- ties in City of .Minsk YVAHSAW. Sept. nijulj The PoUsli goveruiiu-m. tomplliug Ihe Btofy of the atrpeitlL-.i under tfce bojshcrik' rplgn in the ciiy of .Minsk, now occupied by ilic J'olos. The latest. by an American Red Cross worker who baa just re- turned from a rrlir-J assignment In Lad Icon obliged lo elo-a1. Or.i home for war orphans ha-1 bcfii wJshoa; mucb as a -if tircail for m-'-re than a weok. ha J suT- fered simliar According lo leporta on iii llons, only outaiJc aM can rose-no and I" which ttioy nro these Ironi ihd itrrur aud Fuflcriuy In which they hro UJKJgUHJ. that newly occuim-d city, tho in'irder of Poles. The director question, KARGO, Oct. of tbe capital slock aiut caeh rest-rvt- of is !tne Scand'navJan-Ainerican Jiank, of a woman hospital as- FarKO, rectnUy eloped by order ot siatant who was rnsh to ei- the lwo members of the stale- banking Truss tbe hope that renditions would boartl' is ont! ol tlie cf lIlL' inu.rove when Hie I own fell to tim, Xuii-I'artlian League rally, which drew hundreds ol farmers here to- day. The slato committee of Ihe league !s to present rc-financnig plans of the iank 10 two mass meetings scbeduled of Hie hospital in ill-de- served rebuke to him by a aurly olTicial of the red regime. wanied the latter lUM the arrival of (ho Poles would hrJui; a change for fur this afternoon ami evening. Paid- up capital'of with aur- IB ihu on wh'cli the com the belter. Kor this IIP was cloporlcrS ]s acconling to Wil- to Smolensk I h-i Lemkt. legal advisor the Italy, Turkey and Ihc Balkan States now officially Uemoblliilng. niay al- EO held guilty of "contributory negligence." Can They Do? VhciL are tliesc soldiers of for- tune to ilo? K they were number- ed In tens they could probably get a congcn'al Job In Mexico. Hul oven the French Foreign Lesion not lahc a fraction of ihelr number. It Is, they arc "carrying on." ;inrt are more largely responsible for tlic ta more largely resp men nudj pollclta than con- 11 nuance of the three-ard-iwcnly or EO wars si.Ill rasins in Europe. Tho recent real war naturally at- Irncled all tho original snldlcrs of fortune .from rill cf Ihe world. You can'l leg'slatc- a horn adven- turer to the -Ilreslfle. anil when the armistice was her many of signed these found another opening In the iraordlnary crop pf ing waged ID Russia nnd tho Dnltic provinces. When the Urkji'b War called fur volunteers to Ihc marooiictl Archangel and Mur- znaiiEk forcEE, it easily obtained nl ,reJ. ot war. Is objecting. In. the Parliament rtcenlly, mem- Lers protested against the presence of Australian soldiers In the Ilritlsh Norlh Russian force, and the Minister of Defence had lo promise to endeavor .0 secure their return. The London 'Dally Herald" protested against the attempt of !hc Lithuanian MMilury Mission In Paris to recruit a brigade ol 6.000 YaukccE for service against Germans and Wolsheviala alike. In- cidentally the Lithuanians arc Eald :o Iiavc secured many United Slates and IJritlsh volunteers, but there is j "He's jknew Hawc-s. She was a millin- er; my mother kncl sue were cloac friends. When the made her will sue told me slie would (is me alt righl. Years went by and I lost sight of her; 1 heard she died at Itrightoa who ventured a liitlfc further pressing licr opinion, was shot into a grave on tho dawn before the taking of thu ciiy liy the Polish army. visited by vrorters of ihr- AmcricdJi Hcd Cross commission to Poland llio hospitals and orphanages of Hie city were found In such press- Ing need of food ihat many ol tbem la 190G. "1 went, lo Somerset House and got a copy of Hie will, I am the man right enough. The unclaimed bal- ance of Mrs. Hades' la movemcnL afoot for Inter- national action to prevent this armed Intervention in the affairs of other nations by International would-be Napoleons. The "Sunday said: "These ndiTInuiOn arc IrresponeIble, Ineir own native countries have no control or authority orer them, and they are a perpetual menace La Lbe mainten- ance of peace. They are the enemies so you see she calculated very close for me, My wife says It's loo good to be but you know tow ob- slinalc women arc. 1 ehall huy n 111- llc home, and lake it easy. can both do with the rest.'' been coming into that long, long said one money a who knows him, "and 1 hope he'll gel it. Good luck to Mm lor he's a kind' old lega league. The bank's previous capital ivas f SO, 000. Subscriptions are to be lakcn amoni; farmers at the rnlly, according lo the coirnuince'G plans. License Inspector seiz- ed 51) cases o[ liquor a I 1'eiersburft and lai) casns ai ibc C. I1. II station. Kitchener. FOR SALE IN THI6 CITY BY J, D. HtGINBOTHAM CO. LTD. of civilization, and civilization have, to concert measures wilh the nd venturer at an ional criminal.1' There Is a line chance for. the ill to deal internat- 3rs but a beautiful skin is possible only when'the Brer and kidneys are active, and the bowels functionate properly. The secret of beauty as well as of health is to maintain perfect digestion and elimination. PILLS preserve beauty and maintain health, because they influence liver, kidneys, skin and stomach to functionate in harmony and efficiently. Worth a Guinea a box. OUELPH. Ont_r Oct. j[ persons stood in a pouring ram tills morning to welcome Iho Prince .of Valea lo Guelph. The neighborhood if Ihe Elation was n sea of umbrellas, vhich booted ahout as It courlesylng o the prince as ho read hia acknow- eflgomcnt of dly's-Trslcome.. The' QnUrlo agricultural college was visited. Luncheon was served to he royal parly at Ihe college. Speaking at the luncheon, the prince iald: "I congratulate you most emphatic- ally on your past I wish he college Ihe widest possible in- luenco and poitcr. "I hope you understand (hat I .dp not gay all Ibis as an academic obser- ver who lias no direct interest in your work. As you have pcrnapa already ticard, 1 am starling as n farmer and rancher on a small scalo myself. I have just bought a small ranch in southern Alberta, which I do not mean to leave cnl.lroly lo others to work. I hope Lo ui and learn lor myscir and in lhat silly 1 shall look for help and afl- vico to Ouclph. "I hope lhat I sliall be able to shaw. n a. few years Mini I have made good nnd that 1 have money in (he bank." Week-Old Corns Should Be Unthinkable These positive facts are now. known to millions. The pain of a corn cAn be Instantly slopped, and for- ever, The corn Itself can be ended completely, and utually in two days. The method is ecienlinc. It1 coneicts ol attaching a Blue- jay plaster, the corn, and letting take their course. The rcGiilU Viave been proved by experience.- Theyt have been proTtd lo 10 many people that coma, Ate now comparatively on- common, Corn aches are neediest.' Paring corns is folly, Old-time harsh ind musay tfeatrrientf no place todiy. You will Vnow these oulckfy. If you'll try a Blue-jay on