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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ PAGE EIGHT THE LETTTBRTDlVR DAILY HKWALD\ WKDMWDAY. OCTOHKIt JM). lill.S (Knruloops Stanilnnl Sentinell Tho resignation ot Sir (Jeorsr limy has caused a lot of people to imhilci-in wonderment .ami surprise. It �;is Kcnctnlly accepted b\ those who were aippurontly amitaliitcl ti-ith the siin.i-lion, that when )lr. Rnry left the Mtperlntenrtem-y of ,'lie N"st lino with headquarlei* ;it I'r.iiihronV and bppnn his rapid olir.'.h Hp the I.ui-tier of promotions on ;!ie r. 1'. i;.. he was destined to sir (�� Itisteitirof Sir t'.ooro- Hnr- M - seat. K W. IWvtty. � ft,, h.-.i  llie law'lnteitt of i* !' K soon after tieinc ral[.-i| to '!:�' '>,.:. ,1:1,1 in sixteen year* work the |��sffon of p. :i�-r;.! - '' iiu aide to \ik.  ,,. , , :i-r well a* some >..! ..tilr. man, is hardly in K>-epi:u � ith 1i:-tory of itre.i: . 0111 p.uai'- ;nd i:: ilKlttlltious. As a l.i�Vi o, loin; piTienee am! r;r>\r, i-f�->pmi~;>-.iiti s. h�� trai-.vd liis mind to nn-'t :;e liltie* of any >i;'.iation ;::.. Inanv yr, v cvvr tiess man iiiriiic ixiil hf eqr.a! to ;. Hiu*;n SliaiiKlinessy. he was telegraph operator at. some point in Ontario. That j was when Sir William \ an Homo was j president or I lie , ompany. Hy Ills on-; orgy, his loyalty to the company and : his natural power for assimilating the I requirements of his position, and then j some, he was finally placed in the po- , sitioti of divisional superintendent. In 1 due course ot time lie was moved to i Cranbrook. a divisional point on the 1 ('row's Xe-- !\ome of the men. ridiculed hy otaeis. atul feared hy any who were sin, kers in their work. He left there with the respei t of every man on the 1'iiia In those da>s the writer, knew Si; licori;.' Huiy well, and Mr Itury . !...! onl\ one thought, one dream and one lunie. a.ud that was ;o devote his entire titue. energy and acquired knowl'dge of the railroad !>u sine.-s for tile Sill ef :s of the f l*. K \\V h.iv,. ['til uitii iiiiii in i.:s itttle dinky hob--;>e ial lit while lidiug over division, from to l.ethhriilge 1 he full'l h� i-of- as long as ila>-taiu was runnins. i � ott the road bed. 'ive ti,, along the ery curve and its ' omii'.ion of the right of rum fern c to fence. ,tud tlio front > itf.d name oi every section fore i (tid ;o :in;i laborer on the line.; w,i� .' hard �vork�T and hp believed ttii'-e on his divisieti warking harii -o Mu* iie a si'niare shooter", d preferred a man to come to him inkly if there was any trouble, rath- 'l.m beat around the hush, lie . e ! n-\t door 'o tbe writer in Cran-iiKiitf'il man in his thing that can he !.!ur>, Y\"i'li all his . a title bavins been I after lie returned trom Kus-"he inrrp.'i-e of r'sponsthili-t'.e natural iint.vise.i demand i tile 'el tiiese ehattge.- jp con-' ('. no effei: with hi- personal -o far a* t;.e n:�n "li the  concerno I others vlion; known as a young telegraph or '"il'ti iie was standing on rounds of f e ;,, i,|,.|- of pro-has ,r.,';;v� been .,u|),i fri'vii- ..:..! the;, will wish ill' .'ess that n.tis* come to s expe-w., e .Uld ability. I F T Not so Many Refugees as Had Heen Anticipated-Sad Scenes Chronicled Amsterdam. Oct. '.hi.-When the ilerman retirement in LtelRian Flanders began it was expected that "ao,. "on re!ugeos would seek .safety in Holland, hi till Saturday night, however, only a small fraction of this number had arrived. At that time about had passed through the wire g.ites marking the Hutch-Belgian frontier On Friday. i.iMJti arrived. All but 1.1 were French people f-om the district of Valenciennes. Dout'i. Canibra! and ijuosnoy. There is no congestion as in \" 1. when the mass of refugees from Itelgium threiitetied to avenvlicltit the willing liinuls uf helpers. So far there luive been two main streams some ;U> miles apart. One point of entry is when' the Hutch provinces meet and the other Is across the Mouse river into Maastricht, the capital of Idniourg province. At thene points the fugitives are registered by the military authorities and must undergo n physical examination. The spectacle of the weary, travel-(stained war victims, toiling through , the mud and ruin, was moving and the sufferings of the old and infirm men. [women and children on the l.'.o-mllo � tramp were intense. Most of the ; French,civilians had been on the road !a jniotith; others si\ weeks or two 'months. All the F.-encli spoke of the 1 kindness of the Belgian people who ! shared tiieir food with them, i Tlir fattg\ies of Ihc journey were too much for some of the travellers. The weaker ones died on th- way and a few others succumbed soon after reaching hospitals. Many of the refugees are suffering fr -m grippe and other affections. The worst ca-es had 1 been given immediate assistance at the nearest hospitals and com out. hut the examining physicians siiy that the number of sick thus far has been lower than bud heen expected. Many pathetic scenes occurred during the march. Auioiir refugees reaching I lie Dutch border was a young mother with the body ot her six-months' old baby clasped to her breast. The babe hud died four days previously but the mother 'refused to bury the body in soil held by the enemy. An old woman of Camhrai travelled for three weeks in a chair tlrsl on a curt. Scarcely had she reached neutral soil when the cart overturned -anil, the woman was killed. To distribute the fugitives in Holland, the government last week order oil the burgomasters of Oeveiiler. As sen. Ziitpheii and Arnhetn and other provincial towns further north to arrange to accommodate refugees to the extent of VJ per cent, of the population ot the towns. To these centres the fugitives are now being taken on It special trains, each carrying l. nm> persons. The Hutch villagers on the ivontler have rendered efficient first rid to the refugees, although food Is not plentiful as in I:�1 -1. At Maastricht great crowds welcomed the refugees by singing the Marseillaise and the Hraliaticonne and loaded them with food and dainties. This name & can - your guarantee of "Coffee Satisfaction" In iJfj, I 2 pound tins -for P�rcolaton. __ 193 IZvwy lov�r of cMlcioti* cofT#ff should \nye oar booklet, " P�rf*ct Co(f�  Ptrfrctly MudV. Writ* for n copy. CHASE & SANBORN, MONTREAL Thr French minister at. The Hague has been investigating the possibility of repatriating the villagers to France through the liberated section of Ilelgium, but the plan is not yet feasible as bridges have been blown ii)) and the railroads and tramways are in no condition for use. Meanwhile a scheme for repatriation by sea Is being considered. 'Jr _____ BOBtOpG UNION M'JwE1 OVERSLLS, SHIRTS & GtOVES R.G.LONG fcCO. UMtTtD ?o%W CANADA D C Coleman, who ;K1. i.een made1 . c-pre.-'.'lent and was formerly ie--taut Hall, with pe.idiiuai-r- a' tVinnlne;. ;s prohahiy the cuitif''-: ti.aii in it-... 'totId today to hoM 'he position tit.i' ha.s been given him \Vu�n Mr H;ir\ was superintend -nt "f th- Crow with headquarters .,- C.-.inbt onk. ii- I'O'.etlllUI W,|-�hi� i'"'ik Alwa.\s n( ".-'.'.giji.ti jn-l !->ti�i'i� 1st !�.�..�.! t. * lut th�t ihfte are tl-outar. it ! ;�".,.> tsViaa; Iron y>hn da ro| dit'a!.j'u^h t�i..f-r iron and n-fi*llc.qi. an-.l i . i |iuon-licrn caliing lor organic iron-\ua-ated Iron-and rre> arrt this to t! eir erurjut �o there raay be no luettion about obtaining tin proj-er article. Hut o they �io not vi�li ro gu to the trouble of setting a Iirescrii-tiun for Nuaaied Iron then be vare to look on the label and aee that the wordt N1IXATKD JROX are printed thereon-not A'ux and Iron nor any ether foimtrif iron, hut N'uxattd Iron. The rem irkalhe teiultt produced by JVurateU Iron �nd it� wiJrtpr^-ait tatr 'it t.--ing estimated tlat over three i.i.tiion t.eopte annually are to-day using it), l.^i le-l te tit offering of nunirroux saoit^-uri. a-ui tliesa Iihyaicians ray that health olVa.ui, and doc-tort everywhere should _ caution the puMc: �gainst accepting substitutes in medicine* And they especially warn against acsetaing aubstitutes for Nuxated iron, ^l.ahi, instead oi being organic iron may tie r.ething more than a metallic iron coir.pound whkh may an some cases jiroduce ir.orr h:.rm tlian gnr.i. *TJie widespread jejblicaticm of l!;e above i... formation, has been sutfgested by t>r. .lanies 3'Vancis Sullivan, formeriy physician oi Helle-vue llospital (Outdoor Dept.). New Yorh, and the Westchester County Hospital; Dr. Ferdinand King, New York I'hysician and Medical Author and others, ao that the pub. lie may be informed on this subject ar.l protected front the use of tneialbc iron under the delusion that it is Xuxated Iron or at least something as good as Nuxated iron. It is surprising how many people suffer from iron deficiency and do not l:now it If you are nof strong or well, you oive it tc� jouraelf to, make the following test: See iiow long you can work or how far you can walk without becoming tired. Next Uke two five-grain tablcti of Nuxated Iron three tiroes per day after meals lor two weeks. Then test your strength and aee how much jou have gained. WwafwtttrsM* Not*-Kiustsd Iron, which ts JratertMd and rtiatnmudtd atwra bj t&ytlclsna I wt I atttrtt rumadJ. but om which Is wtll Vuwn to diutattn. Cpllki the, otdjr ln�r�aBla Iron produots Ji it .tad& aaslmllatad. dote not lijure tht laatb. ma�4 "Hftrn black nor upaat tbt i; dtt^aaasl the ntVli as in ev.-ry utli i i.f.-sent Mil" ' ii.all t>��-!i a . ;Os ll!.i:i.lKeme||t. htl ut home he tv.iu :-;"!er. d�vot:nj: 'I't.TitlC all fr.irji . nll^^r rk. til* same ;i held iiji tn the No' on'i\ ii .a - Mr i'o>-Os.- student uf tailwtty ti ill.- "pan' hoitli Eon i. eotlKeiOtttlOUst liosi* hourt* to ac-dite.ittoil that ab'fetlca mlttlr h.�ve t;iven him. and injuring hi* rutnd for further a--, sinmtioni* rfnd environmenti. So ;>er- i -Mfrtly did he carry out thi-a line of! hi� work :hat 'oday he 1^ u Rood .tu-ihonty on nrt. literature and music and .� -'.dendii!  onvers.ilInnulinl ;l^ v e!l It se-ins on|\ it few years ;iro lut rve uned to s.-e hini at worl; at \U-J de�k In Mr Bury'-, office In fjct. it i ;i comparatively -hort time, uul his -iii'cfss js 4 ! lile burden ot rr.nntli* Ot toil in the lev.- week* that I liuve been fob \u .. ing \hz very sirr.ple viueciions for the use oi Ni > ale.I Iron, ' OI on N--A Oct :;n - The ReU.-:;.! sttir.e cotmnlttrte of i!ie AnialKamatttil t othinB Wovkern of Ameriea. �iiuae membership 15o�0 worker liiiv^ Tbt manufacturers (usrantta aueettanil acd avtinlr Htliftclory reaulta to erery purchtaar r thsj will refund tour luoutj. It ' ft OS clt, to all |�4 druialiU. MILITARISM HERE Toronto. Oct. ISO.- At yesterday's nesalou of the I'niied I'armerr, of Ontario, held at the headquarters of the organization in this city, a resolution was adopted urging that, while aiding in destroying militarism in Kur-ope, precautions btt taken to see that the aame evil is not fastened on Canada. Protest wa� entered ngaiim legislation by It was recognized that emergencies might arise in which It would be necessary for the governiuem to pass such regulations, hut it was suggested that those should he submitted to parliament for approval at the earliest possible date thereafter, , Who is it in France you are most interested in-a husband, J a brother, a son, a friend you long to see again? Picture this boy, trudging, tired and sleepy, trenches. back from the He sees posted up at an army hut a notice of the overwhelming success of the Victory Loan 1918. He sees the notice posted that more Canadians bought Victory Bonds than in any previous loan, that money to carry on the fight is assured.  He sees that his s-jlf-sacrifice, his courage and self-denial are appreciated, thi>t mighty battalions of Canadian money are marching to reinforce him. Can't you see hip tired face brighten? Can't you see him hitch his pack and shift his gun with renewed resolve? What a mental bracer this bulle: tin will be to the Army of Brave Souls who fight that we may be free? If Canada-at-home will keep coa-stantly before it the picture of Canada-in-France, then every previous record of investment in Canada will be shattered by the message we will send to our army when the Victory Loan 191c ir. closed. Buy aU you can for cash and carry all you can on instalments. Issued by Canada's Victory Loan Committee, in co-operation with the Minister of Finance t>f the Dominion of Canada. 60 ;