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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY; OCTOBER THE LETHBR1DGE.DAILY PAGE SEVEN M Border, HM MM, Preculou Bau- For French Saved The From Being Conquered By The Russians POSEN, official of the A neutral aviator who. had flown French Military Mission in Poland has over the front several times when Canadian Press) town of PUttsburg. on Lake at the Canadian border mflet from Montreal, Is today the, scene "of one of tho most oxte nitre! bootlegging campaigns In the States, according to the New York World, -wkoce Investigator has bceo up taat way (filing a sen eral Idea .of "bobtch" conditions. So flagrant and widespread li violation of the Prohibition Law, ted Infinitely'more serious for the often ders, against smuggling, tba ot Platteburg, in a position (b know, told the world re- porter' that! it 'WU conservative to estimate that night 100 cases of' beaded Canadian whiskey and gin are brought'Into the United States through that Wire, f" The fact thai this choice slock can be bought; at Montreal for from ?2.60 to a quart and on be from ?6 to a quart in the United States, explains why a number of Plattsburg >outhavwtio have" hitherto lived most cmpecunlously are now sporting natty cjothlng and silk shirts and are carry- ing always from to In cash, the Investigator says. One man admitted to the World re- 'porter prohibition became, effective he-bad earned J18 a week as a teamster. Nbw, he boasted, his In- come ranges from 450 to 1150 a week. And, t aside from risking arrest and be asserted, he lived entirely happy, carefree life. He- explained, however, that as a precau- tion be pretended Iff work at a soil Job. "How do they get away with this The World says the answer I: aim- pie and offers "There are at least fifty roads from Canada leading Into the United States through PJattshurg, and there are only about fifteen .United States customs officials to guard these fifty or more bootlegging trails. "Then, .to addition to the fifty or more'. thoroughfares, some of them YnvuEktafeoiiKl---- You n Tfcen rive blM pure wool Ji Mtae (mad Vob UM romp irith hll vlror He'l the bat boy la the bad. Awl it'll be trljht B lob Bnwl. BOB LONG Pare Wool Worsted Jerseys or ShovUcr StyU r Hari Ctafort1 Smut TOKOKTO fnwtfnm Cttil to CWif told the Associated Press correspond' ent that the Polish arm 7 would have aesn conquered by the bolshevik arm- ief of Russia it the French had not supported the Poles. This notwith- standing the fact that the Poles beat slatfr- "battles" to be In pro gress said what he taw o! the fight Ing was "two armies keeping. about three hours apart, the Poles relreat Ing when the Russians advanced, and the running when the Poles turned and advanced." He said this "schedule sometimes got disarranged .and tfiere was a cojilslon between op- ine Russian drive on Warsaw. The French official based his ment upon his belief that the army was superior to the PolUu as an effective fighting machine, any. clashes, the exception of the German-trained I A numbersbf Poltra .officers with troops of Posen. The Frenchman said. whom, the correspondent lalked said mere through the woods, there Is Lake Chair plain. 'Yet in spite pt the obvlons aiSH cully In trapping lha'_crafty and even desperate characters who ply the tratfe cuBtoms officials In and aboat-Plaits- burg hare beea averaging tour arrests a week. The prisoners are, arranged before a Halted Slates Commissioner and1 are usually charged with smug gllng. Occasionally the charge o! violating the Volstead act is added. "When the men are brought'to trial before a federal judge, as a rule, they plead guilty and'are dis- missed upon payment of ft flue of J50' to This, according to one o the bootleggers, Is .not a severe pen ally, as the 'gang' can easily raise a much as if necessary." Plattsbnrg has a population of 16, 000. DODD'S KIDNEY GaUrrh Of The Stomach Dangerous "Thousands Have It and Know Says Physician Frequently Mistaken'-fop.In-- d To' RecogcilO Trim'-Treat "ThorusaiiiJa'pf people Buffer more Cr lets' constantly from coat- ed tongue, bafl'.breathj sour burning vomiting, rumbling iln stomach, bitter Vlni and stomach acidity call it -when in-'reality their Is due to gastric catarrh of the 'York phyfticlan. 'Cttarrh-of the ons because the, mucous .niembrane lining of the''stomach is-thickened and a" coaling; of phlegm covers, the surfaceT. so -titii, tho fluids' cannot'raix with tho food and digest them.' This condltldn soon breeds deadly disease the fermented, un- asBlmilatod food. The. biped is polv luted and carries tba infection the bodyi Gastric ulcers are apt Xo'.form and frotiucntly an iiloer !a. thS''first sign of a deadly cancer; In catarrh of tlotnach n good fendiBafe treatment is to take before heals a teaspooniul of pure Btsurat- Magnesia in hall. glass nf hot water as hoi yon can camforUihly l drtnk (t. The hot water the mucous from the stomach walls in! the blood to the stomach while the bisurated'rjiagncjia Is an erccl lent Mlvert for mucous and increases the emclency.uf the hot water treat' meni Moreover the-Blnnnited .Mag- ne8U w111 as a powerful ,but harmless antacid which will neutrnl lie any excess hydrochloric acid (l.nt may be In your, stomach and sweeten its food contents. Easy, natural di- gestion without distress of any kind should non follow, Blinrated Mag- nnsla Is not a laxative, il harmless, pleatant and easy to take and can tw obtained from any local druggist. Don't bopfuse Blinrated Mapietla with other formi of MapeBU, milk, cltntei, etc., hut get It in the pure btsnrrted form (powder or for purpose, Successor to General Tom Thumb Has Fallen on Times MIDDLEBOnb, Mass, Oct. and a tiny grayhalre man with the light of hope fading from his played the leading roles ohg of life's tragedies lot old-age ah poverty when the personal e fects of the late.Countess wh was the wjdow of. General 'i'bm Thum were -told'to tha bidder Count larger" than a s! year-old in a': dimlnutiv chair, a silent pathetic' figure, whl the treasures of his wife, and the homo were L.-The coun who for years travelled with, his wl In circuses and stage, is po and In Ill-health. order to a warmer climate. The sale h ,been under way- two on J300 has been niai of the articled are gone, I A tiny 'Inlaid Japanese sewing much used by the countess, was'sofd for only The IHtis: mahogany bed with its delicately wrought canopy, a gift from P. T. brought J81. A bicycle, ridden by the little ojd man In Sther days, sold i' Ehren the ornamentB. from 'their wed- ding cake were sold. Moat of the dealers. 'Count he believed .the Russian organization has been, an'd still IB. under estimated' and because, of this tendency to be- little the Russian armies' the menace to Poland's existence, If not: to all Western Europe, remains jmlnent and rtial.' The official said eome Russian units were poorly .equipped but it waa not ue the army was "a barefoot rah- e." He was convinced the majority the Russian divisions were "well- 5anised units of good-fighting men, uch.better bfllcercd than tho Poles he Poles had officers but only !00 of them over went to the front hough they were sorely needed re; ho seid. There was evidence at certain Polish companies had ught without officers, he asserted, id that during ihe retreat these were thout commanders An American artillery officer who ad gpent a year in Russia and had sen under fire at the Polish front told B correspondent he had seen tho oles "plant .their arllllery In the ost ridiculous places, on the expos d sides of hills and right In the open, hen they could have readily conceal d it and made thoy were fdrceij 16 admit tho Trench saved the day b'ut 'the weakness of tbelr officers was.explained by the fact that In former years Poles had not been-permitted to hplii cornrnls sions la lUe In Russian German or Austrian Poland, and tha the time.had been too short lo de- velop a staff of highly trained officers THAT SABBATH QUIET IN STALLED ELEVATOR St. young St Catharines business man had an ex perlence Sunday; afternoon he will-re- HOME-MADE BREAD Home bread-making reduces the high cost of living by lessening the amount of expensive meats required to supply the'necessary nourishment to the body. increased vaKie of. bread made in the home with __ ROYAL YEAST CAKES should be sufficient incentive to the thoughtful housewife to give this important food item the attention to which it is lustly entitled. -Bread made with Royal Yeast will keep fresh and moist longer than thai made with any other. Made in Canada, wire. "When the power went off yon lett our elevator stranded, half-way member for some time. In order to'between two noori, and there's a ONE RAILWAY MAN DROVE RAIDERS OFF make the Lincoln Power company arranged to turn off Its pow- er between 1 and i5 o'clock. Tho com young .business man in that eleva- tor who Is very anxious to get out." "Sorry, but if, .can't bo re- pany's patrons were given notice the powerhonse, and the -About two minutes after 1 o'clock young'buslness man'spent a rather powerhouse got'a telephone call quiet four hours in the EUEpended ffom Hotel, re- elevator.- A questing that power be tumed on again for Just, fcalf a raluute. The powerhouse said It' was Impossible as the connections had been cut. "This is the. New-, came back; in tones over the flow in. A Waten-llle, Me., man had broiled partridge for-dinner, but had to pay for a', pane of glass in the kitchen which.the partridge smashed when it Ireland, Sept. Forbes, a railway traf- fic superintendent recently foiled an attempt to rob a mall train at Bruin- bar, a lonely bait on the Donegal Ballyshannou section of the line. Ntue armed men.sprang frpin concealment and held up the train crew.. Some of them proceeded to ransack the mails, but Forbes left his compartment on the offside of the train and creeping along the footboard revolver In hand. surprised the men. who were'koUmr. up the driver and fireman. Forbes opened fire aad the maf boiled for tbe station waiting root from where they returned his The other raiders made off acron tk cornfields pursued. by.Fofbefl who tared one.maa and eventually, him over to the police... ARGENTINE CROP BXJENO8 AIRES, Oct. flgures show that hectars c wheat has been aown in Argentine. J is' estimated that this' year's whea crop will be five million, tons. E jagri would like to.return to his na- ive' Italy, there to end his remaining Cause Speculation VIENNA, Sept.. .20.-HB7 Mafl) The swarm of mystcrlqus women who have mate (heir appearance In the capitals of central ami eastern Europe toe icgun to attract tho speculatiye attention ot the Vienna.newspapers. Perfectly dressed arid nearly al- ways of more_.than ordinary pulchrl- thoy seom nnhinderecl frontlors whort tfie average tray- la treated as a suspect. On crowded trains with the most limited first-class accbnirtodallons, usually taking a Tfeeh (o TiScyra, they alwi hare the choice compartments at Moment's notice and In hotels with long'waltlng.lists in Warsaw, Prague Vienna, Belgrade, Bucharest and othn they find rooms waiting them. They travel from country to'.coun- try on smoothed ways and frontiers present no them. The newspaper belief IsAhat they are principally .engaged'.in smuggling of valuable! and securities and foreign, monies under high protection, if they are not espionage agents or possibly combining the two.. There (3 not 'a'first-class hotel In this capital that his Hot Its coterie Of these mysterious persons who come and irregularly and.who can bo Been' by the traveller first in one city and another, On his way to wort' at the Domo Mine, Leon StofflnJ one of tho orig- inals o( tho first contingent, fell a distance of 86 feoX cut and vita ill.lcd, _-'....'.. Sons of the Sea Thp Navy League has 2000 Canadian lads in continuous training for the Sea. These boys are trained in the Nelson Attributes Self-Reliance Power of Initiative Fearlessness of Responsibility 1 ffc-K --4 Fertility', of Resource Britain, the Greatest Maritime Power, Supports Her Mercantile Training Ships Wholly by Contributions, Because it is Realized that the Sailor is av National Asset. It tr.kes six times as long to train a seaman as it does to build a ship. Maritjme strength cannot be achieved in a year or even a decade. Its gr'owth can only be commensurate with the development of sea-. conscious spirit in the. nation. The' continuous training of 'over two thousand .Canadian 'Jads, in the Boys' Naval Brigades of the Navy League- of Canada is to-day having an effect upon our maritime future. Only- through this medium can the foundation be laid of trained Canadian seamen for our ships. Since May last, sixty of these, have com- pie ted their training and passed into, the Can- adian Merchant Navy. Fifty more ire on( the new ships of the re-organised Royal Canadian Navy; Under the guidance of Experienced it'is .being planned to give chosen lads from the Boys' Naval Brigades an ocean-going education second to none, so that Canada will have effi- cient master seamen, The Merchant Navy of any nation li flrit itep to sea power. Public opinion demands that this work be maintained. Froir the public, then, must come the funds: The Navy League of Canada SAILORS' WEEK CAMPAIGN October Dominion Objective Canada Expects _ Every ;