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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER'29, 1915 DAILY HERA LIT PAGE SEVEN A Very Successful Dinner BRITISH AND SERVIANS CO-OPERATE Delany's Limited, licwuiso I lie ni out course i ho host tJiat can be proour- ed, "Southern 'Al- berta's alojic will satisfy the buyer for Dchmy's, and you may as well hare this service. Wo have evervUiing-iii Fresh Cooked and Smoked Meats Fish, Poultry, Fresh Eggs and Butter. PHONE 452 Crown Prince Alexander of Serbia and Admiral Trowbridge. wlio is in coinniiind ol' llic British mival cpntingcnl in Serbia, who lins iissisled Serbians Io hold back .invaders for Hie pas! week. Trowbridgc is [he big grey haired officer. QUALITY FIRST Followed by Excellent Service IS THE WATCHWORD AT THIS' MARKET PHONE 492 And you will tfet the cut you want from the Best .Meats we win the Germans during the put tor, months have been boasting at Isolating Britain by a submarine war- fare, whflch has been earned on re- of all considerations of law j German fleet, which, it lias humanity, Out which has not inc I not taken up. cceded In producing any effect upon British shipping, .Britain has borrow- ed a. Wnt from i their ineffectual ef- and blockaded the German coasts In the Baltic.' Bill' the British boats act in strict accordance with intoraa lonal law and the usages of humanity Tliev imoleat only German trans- ports, duly examine them, and If thej condemn ,them allovi twentj minutes for the crert Io get away bsfore sink- Ing them The application of TOO -'hrpltz's submarine blockade Idea to Germany Is a cbaMenge to the more water and less flour, and get better bread with-r- PURITY FLOUR (J. L. Garvin, in London, Kng., Sun- day There was a -scene worthy io live in the annals "of the when Lloyd George appeared in the Trades Union Congress. In smother of his great speeches he "was not afraid Lo stand up to organized labor face to face and (o tall it something of its duty and Min- Munitions showed thai) enough is not being done, that suicidal 'sel- fishness and a certain amount of base obstruction arc still preventing out' output of war material from being lafgdy increased or even doubled. Mr Llojd George did his work as no other man: could have done humor and tact ai well as thrilling eloquence and limitless courage How much courage he needed and showed can onh be estimated by thobe who know what bitter in- genious intrigues have been employed on his own side during the past three months to piejmiice him m the sight of thr mass oi his old followers hope incidentally that some "Unionist i organs, we need not name, are! heartily ashamed of the wretched dia- tribes against the JVlimstei of Muni- tions which they printing only a few The head and front of Mr Lloyd George's offending is that he realized before any other member of the cab- inet, and before the war office, the real .needs of the he mads up his mind long ago to avalcn the country to the truth-of the situation, to shrink From nothing on catth re- quued to win the war? and td stake unused or Unvaried the energies of any willing nan or woman, to a single citizen unenlightened or un- rpusfid. "He will tate-.the. fullest card so far as it depends on him that not he touched conscience to the quick Ho proved, to-the hilt his indictment against'the minority of labor, and he mil'have the overwhelming support of the majority of labor one farthing's unpatriotic profit sha._ be1 made from the'-exertions of labor j hy prhate employers if, m the duM point of view j of organized laboi to sec to it on. the dt the issue which lies behind eiery j other hand, that even aitifiual re-f other It will hare to be facej on all strittion on out on outpuf shall be swept awaj as a cume against the country and a helm al of our men in the .trendies. The Minister of Munitions hushed his hearers, and i! he receives worn the majorlti of his colleagues m the cabinet the support he has a right to expect, bis plain words to the Trades Congress will mean the beginning of a profound moral change in this caimtn He star.led as as husliea uis hearers He did better Hrc.til ,ind Kr his political life upon I hat cause We not approved qll hib and. courses-in-a critical, time, lie has hoi lirF.li infallible any more than others Hut he haL been since last February in his insight m- to the psvcholoijv and of tlif of nations takpn iis H whole I If he has, been wrong; on sonic qitos j tions and mctnods, there is a credit Imlanct, incipcd, to Ins! political account, and he has rarrietl' tlir impciishablc gratitude of thp country. Qn the.platform he is tiiel. moral leader of Hri.ish dcmocracj and thp onlj man can inspirp t His cuncentrated desire jjml rielonnln aljqti are to win His intense cinvic- tion'Hs tlmt if "we mrloh iu earn- our f iworfc to the thorough tiiuinph uliHh j t-aitiulonc. make ,the. future.'beatable j I for Hiasscs and classps nlikr UP can-J 1 not, iffdrd to losi- a moment, to 1 LONG TROUBLE Was never cured dosing tno stomach. The tw6 orsans are not connected. If thoy -were, food swal- lowed choke you For lung and bronchial troubles you must trcathe the cure and you can't breathe cough syrups, tonics and 'Peps provide the rational treatment for coughs, colds, bronchitis and lung troubles Peps are tablets made up of Pine extracts and medicinal essences, which when put Into the month turn Into healing vapors These are breathed direct to the lunfi, throat and bronchial tubes swilloaed down to ihe which Is not ailing On the face of It, now, doea this not sound more reasonable than the stomach Try one box of Peps A trial will cost son mlr Sue, and the good you wUI health cannot be ci- nrcssed In money terms. Be sure the article when ordering from druggist or stoit Just four letters ftps w ith scrupulo'is control of words and temper, with a complete avoidance ot personal imputations, but with a grave and urgent that all of us who take pait in public aftairs are confronted hv the heaviest moial responsibility that can have to hear m Dui ing the Verj week when the babj-kill ers and were at wor in our midst, and when more AID time among the working classes dead or maimed, the Trades Union ..Congress thought it tinu'y to pass a unanimous against "Conscrip ,At the same time organizer labor, which depends for ihe whole o its class efficiency ijpon disciphnec combination, declared i1s hearty de sire to see the nation orgam lor the vjctorioub prosecution of the ivai tte gladly 1hal a thoi- otighU sound and staunch oatnoti feeling behind all this "lack o clear and Simile thinking In the second year of the war, where are we to be Full organization' '''the country such as the Trades pnion Congress, approTes, Is absolutely incompatible with go as please. One thing certain Liberty is no natural condi- tion, hut the contrarv It is j. thing which tan onlv he defended now ab it was originally creat-d, and as it has, agaiti and again been at the of life and death. No man is worthy to enjoj Ireedoni and ease at the expenssft-of othws means the right ro shirk, or it is a No right to shirk- can just- ly pxist, or tan sanely be in a society at war for its existence and all the social and political conditions of its future at stake. The soldier who'ltghts for Hrltain and all we hold ricai is the noblest of us all Tne vey, first tiling IIP docs on join- ing the armi is Io give up his liberty Mr the duration of tlip War, and then jo due course hr his Hfe Uliicli or us shall dare that no also IN our easier uayi at home shall nof emulate our lads and give up, o.tr share of the" right to shirk, thai eieii oar individual Iiblrt; An Old Friend in ;t New Garment Tin; purh-.u for U device lis old an the Mils. ijouml U> romi.1. The largest 'JVji cum-cnis in the world linvi- adopted a new Miulhud of. packing iinapproiielicd fur nloanli- and nbf-ulnto iiny connMvsilh? condition. The new- packet n double wrapper. An inner pm-ket of nmibuiro-proof uuh-r cartridge pnpnr iho. dlitflueM possibility doicriomtion. -V perfect lea a pcri'ivl wnippinp. so in future '.lit new wrapper wilj hf nsuil on overv paH-ei of BLUE RIBBON TEA IIP restored, [Hirer anil after the war, and that national liberty. the creation live. if all our iy may j LAUD APPOINTMENT OF j IAN HAMILTON'S SUCCESSOR newspapers No able-bodied man has Uir rigln continue io appointment of to fie a parasite oil HIP blood of Sir Charles Mouro as successor other No man has the right lorvadeito General Sir Ian Hamilton in tht .Major-General Mmn-o's rise lias been ut-rbaps moro "if '7T "I8" T Bnt'E'i duriiiK tho At "'e d hnm i io i saved hv the rffnrti mS who a? Might I abroad. The srcal. cilizmi annv in field, or about to takr the Held, what- cer In i vln force offlccr Ol Today as a coni- ever may have been the varrlng poli-- V e e eutrusletl Tlt? tical opinions of its members before !lhe difficult and dangerous task is wining almost io a man to bo undertaken by British.anns. 'avor of national service, Until it is 11S comparatively young for such a high introduced the full seuse of duty and on'.v fifty-five years wlemn obligatUm never will bi! broughi home once for all to the i appaaranuc Mouro nass of labor throughout UIP cmur- i to tl't' Scotch of ,jer "I10 per_ frame and strong of jaw. As necessity. bis eliiaf cbaracteristics. accord- Flicy will still fail to understand, to newspaper critic, jabor is not to blame. It was kept judgment, unlimited receptive-- so long in ignorancR by the perversion i ness to ideas, imperturbability, and1.... of the Cciisorsfiip to the purpose of j popularity with the rank and file." lehiding (Mirselves that democracy lle went to Krance in August, 1914t ormed a false liabit of mind, which I in eommanid ol the second division lothing but national service will 'of Londaa Territorials. He disting- ure. Not labor, but the majority of uistied himself in the retreat to ho government is, in our judgment, Jlnrne nnd in the Aisne fighting. He I ci blame. want national service won rapid promotion to the command far less for its immediate miliUiry I of an army corps, and'a few advantage, though this is ago became commander of an army, as for the ell'cct upon our whole in- d us trial organisation for war. j 11 is siilliciently well ''-own that .Mi Llojd George's CQUMC- I n tions hince his evpenenceb and mqmr ios in France have 'been decisively on the side of. National Service. It, is equallj known that statesmen like Air Churcnill LrrtJ Cuizon and I-ord Sclbornc are on the same side. Wo devoutly hope 'to sec Mr. Austen Chamberlain with them, as we arc certaiii his father would have been COUGHED CONTINUALLY" were he still amongst us. When per- and Man Says Nothing Helped But Vlnol. That statement doeb not surpiise us We have told the people of Letli bridge many limes during- the last ten years .thai Vino! is the greatest, remedy for chronic coughs and. cohln that we ever sold. Mr. Dunning says "I took a heavy cold 'wliich settled sbiialities so antcceclPnts, hflereut m temper and piofau'ur iuto a chronic cough it though I couglied continually day and J tould not sleep I all fiom each othei in the "past "fi _so hftnlljr named begin io for one paramount national cause in time of war, it must be a very powerful Ic which draws thorn -together. It understood that the majority of the cabinet committee of inqnirv into [lie iubjeet reported m favoi of national service. If -the government as a whole does not- support that ;he iiile of collective responsibility iiould be relaxed Every member of Jie government shoUd be' allowed to ica'r. his own moral responsibility hv expressing his personal conviction. Purifying the air by chemical neans, a Gorman, inventor claims to perfected a diving suit which jcnaits a man-to remain under wat1 r for hours, withoug-.connection-with ho upper world keep about J tried different' cough medicines 'but seemed to get worse instead of better I went to the drug store and got a bottle of. VinoK. Be: fora it n as half gone I w-as bettei and its continued use cured my cough, built me and'I am feeling fine Benj Dimning, 208 Tenth Ave, Scrauton, .Pa. Vmol is not a palliative like cough but It is a oonstttutional ram edy for coughs, colds 'and bronchitis, which remotes the cause and stops the cough, and the of Mr Dunning was due to the healing me- dicinal extractives of fresh cods' livers without oil atfled hy the strengthening, reUUhzmg effect tonic iron and fceef peptone which are contained in Vino! 1 D Hlgiii botham Co, Limited, Druggists.. Lethforidge, Unreserved Auction Sale ------OF------ Farm Stock and Implements FOUR AND ONE-HALF MILES SOUTH-EAST OF Coaldak, on S.E. 1-4 of 6-9-19 FRIDAY; NOVEMBER 5th Everything mutt be 4old as the proprietor is giving up farming. HORSES One Gelding, .8 years weight 1400 One Mare, Jennie, S years old; weight 1400. Gelding. .Tim, 8 years old, height 1100. One >Slim, 7 years old, weight 1350. One Gelding, lo.-yeara old, weight 3050. One Mare, Jay, 10 jears old, weight 1050j HOGS McCormicli Bnidei 6 brood sows 12 store hogs, about 150 Ibs. ea. 20 store SOtbs. ea. 40 store Hogs, about (nibs ea CHICKENS About 300. 73 tons of alfalfa in stack, will be sold by the ton or bulk IMPLEMENTS Gang plow, peering. Sulky plow, Double Disc Harrow Set of Iron Harrows Drill, Sudej TERMS AND Cwh, bilince thrtf (S) on furnlfhino approved joint notes with tn nil or on for nil crtdit amounts, J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer, O. H. 'McCornilck Mower. Large Grain Tank Lumber neavlj tiew Democrat Wagbn. Hay Rake Bundle Rack Sickle Grinder Deerlng Horse Power Grimier 2 brake bottoms for sulk1' 4 sets (jang Points, nearly new De Laval Cream Separator 5 sets .Double Burnesi. i Foihe SlunelB and other cles ;