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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FIIUUY SErTEMnER 12, 1019 THK l.KniHRIDCiK DAILY HEfULD PAGE'NWB "Brothers in Courage, Hrolhers in Blood" Chief, of American Navv Says 1 ihe admiration of ihe whole world. Tho soldiers In Ihe HeW and Us al home were quick lo moblllio II was wllh a Ihrtll ot pride, second only ID Ihtt which I felt when I saw Uie soldiers ot my VIL'TOHIA. DC., Sepl. country In France, that I uncovered and (ho United Stales, during tho cen- in ol Ihe valorous Canadian tury of nelghborlitiesa. hare net an example for ivorid Ike declaration of Secretary ol the al Iho reception ten- Iroops is ILey paased ID review before llio King at Hucklnsliam falace. They had gone through ihc four .....j m LUW thoso that had Burvked, They were dered htm here todayby tho Canadian Hie worthy comrades of lliose who met Club on MA arrival wllh Admiral Hod-1 luo first shock and made Iho supreme limn and a stiuadronoE Iho new Amcrl-1 sacrifice. Strong tnd alalwarl men run Pacific fleet, wore upon their (kcci Ihe llnea thai The hcnd of Hie United Slates navy I lold of struggle and hardship and wlf- rmphailzed the comradeship which j denial and fierce flKblliiK lo the dealt. lius existed during the great war be- There was the erealncij. Indefinable, iwceii the ftglilliiK men of Great DrM o. high and heroic achievement. There vaB Iho blow ol Tlclory not without I lie seriousness of a content plat Ion ot J a heavy cost. No boys with Ihe buoy- ant hurrah of victory were they, hut seasoned men of youthful years who knew wliat It meant lo sleep In mud _w________ ___ and keep ihcii souls with the stars. foruritaiions' between" They had horne nobly the heroic part Siatca and Canada or Iho presence ol they had Ihcy were rejoiced righlhiE ships on the Great Lakes. In hiTlne done much lo Iree Iho world inin and aiid declared Dial the world looked lo Ihe leaders In Ihe allkJ causo lo mobilize for peace as they had mobilized and co-operated for war. Secretary Danlcli continued: "Tlio trcaly wh'ch forbids forts and Your Savings Mean Much To You They iff u import- ant 10 yoo u his mil' lions to ihe miKontirc more so. They mun the bt- girrinj of your inde- pendence, the found- iruj of your fonuns. Then entrmt them lo a with a repu- tation for 87 years of reliable and court- eous KTvice. We accept deposits from a. dollar up, and pay 3% compounded half'ycariy. XIKITC Fond l t.W.MO Irumjiet-longucd .of tlio brolltnrhood of tho two people.' is it not more than thai? Does 11 not pre- sage the coining ol Iho day, in future of (he league of nations, when other nations will feel sufficient secur- ily'ln international Justice not lo leel Hie conjpuision of maintaining power- ful .armies ajid conllnuliiR compellllve naval building? "Tho comradeship t and fellowship between the peoples oi both countries, always a strong bond, have been strengthened and cemcnled in the slrcsa and sacriUcc of ivar. WcAwere removed from the scene of tho ac- liial battlefield, hut when Great Bri- tain threw its weight into Ihe world ihe splendid consecration and contributions at Canadians challenged of IhB menace of autocracy, anil with face> turned homflwirt, they wore tho llghl or antlctpallon of happy re- union aud of dedication to Ihe re- building ol Ilielr country on belter foundations and serrjng the -world by helping lo mike war so difficult Ihnl no future war lord- would dare plunge, the world Into another coDfllcl. "Wllh my knowledge ol the glorious record of Canada In the WIT, and proud Llmt in the supreme world struggle thai saved Ihe world, Ihe Americans ami Canadians were brolli- ers In courage as well as brothers in. blood, it Is a pleasure to come to Victoria wilh men and officers of our navy LO pledge anew and for all liino the friendship wlilch we have each Jo Ihe other. It U moil lining Uial -O.W.V.A.- General MEETI 1J4G OF'THE G.W.V.A., WILL BE HELD ON Sunday, September 14 AT.3.00 P.M. All members are requested lo be present. Impoyt- ant questions affecting the welfare of the local organ- ization' will be THE BBI1K OF HOVA SCOTIft NOlAIERi E the first exchange of greetings, now that peace has should be wilh Admiral Rodman's fleet. Djring the "war, Admiral Hodman, Is here on hit flagship, commanded Iho Aemrlcan dreadnoughts which were serring ID the North Sea. side by with Ihe same commands and the same signals ol ths British, Grand Fleet. There was no point from the moment our were associated n the great adventure when our troops and sailors were cot fighting as If they were not ol separate nations and flying separate flags and march- ing lo separate national airs. But it is undoubtedly true, owing lo Ihe peculiar character ot naval warfare, thai Hie unily aad comradeship be- tween the nary of our -country and yours was closer and more Inllnule titan other Joint operations. There Is fellowship, genuine and sincere, he- Iwccn men In allied armies, but ship- mates in the .perDo and dangers of the sea came into common comun Had Expend to Find Condit- ions in NovitJalc Much Different OTTAWA. Sept. interest ot Ihe entire session yesterday of the Guelph inquiry was crowded Into Ihe last 15 or 20 minutes of the afternoon when T. J. Ferguson. K.C, counsel (or Rer. Kennedy Palmer, who made the charges In connection with the Jesuit novitiate at Uuclph, took Tor cross-examination Rev. Father HingslOB. Father Kingston wag visit- ing in ine novitiate the night of the raid. Mr. Ferguson first asked as lo wlicllier Capl: MacAulay bad aclually Elarted to copy namcrs from the list In the hall wnlch Father direct ex a m'i nil ion, had stated .was not a complete list of ihe Inmates of the Institution but merely a schedule uf those who were lo participate In a Ira I n communion day office. "He was starting lo." said witness. "Answer my replied Ihe lawyer. "Did he actually write any names "He had his book and pencil." tlld he writer' "Permit the. witness lo suggested Mr. GeolTrlon. "I am proceeding in my own said Mr. Ferguson. AL this Mr. Justice Middleton inter- jected that (he witness should he per- mitted lo answer the question, and Mr. Ferguson, after cipressing defer- ence to the Judge, proceeded lo say that he was proceeding as he was. "bii- cause I am examining a witness whom J do 'not believe." At this Mr. Justice Jllddlcton sDarp ly reprimanded counsel and remark ed: "You will examine him accord Ing to "the rules of evidence and lo Ihe directions of tills court." Father Kingston said Capl. Mac Aulay had his hook and pencil on preparatory lo lading down luc names when he was told by witness that Ihi llsl was not complete, Passing'la the letter of protect from Ihe novititte to the military depart menL, Mr. Ferguson read portions o Ihe letter" In which Mr. MacAulay' will Palace Market aclion wAs'deicrfJtkd z.s "on a par the dlsappoinfeidtcredulily of searchers, who, after poking inlo coves and latrines, found only sim pllcily and hareness, where they ex peeled lo mysteries. "When 1 .offeifd .chocolate to Fineit Cub of Veals at, per Ib. lOc, ISc and 20c Ox Hearts, per Ib____....... .......lOc Fresh liver, 2 Ibs. for 15c Rout Beef Dripping, PALACE MEAT MARKET 13th Street North PlMDe431 Farrier, Higinbvtlum Bkck Our Business is FURS poisoned. He said he only a glass of water. Ion unknown to Dny dwellers on Ihe fused' and his ma land. I "Our navLea demonstrated that in the last analysis sea power Is the delcrni-1 Inlng force In a world, where some kind of a force must defeat aggression. "Americana and Canadians know they have only .touched the resources E their countries. The same devotion o Ihe common object of victory h eacc lhat was dominant hi war will ring new and larger prosperity than e havft ever known. "The first step lo national develop- ment is lo insure international peace ,nd lo remove the (ear that hangs iver small nations. It Is lo Ihe glory of the EDgllah speaking nations that hey were quilt as whole-heartedly united ID Parta lo dralt a league of Ditto us to garner tits fruits ot they were to win the peace, which only eternal vigilance will preserve." mon In the dining-room, one of jiarly. re- Ihree, Uic serge: inr-room, 01 that of hav would Lalerr lie saw the novices drinking cnoc late, he' had too. That where he showed disappointed credu ILy, and that'la persona.1 evidence. "When ihe searchers wenl upslair for the boys arrest lo gel the clothes, they asked one of then 'Where are the "'What answer. "'The chains they fasten'you i wllh at night.1 ire no 1 waa Informed the se The Cranbrook hoard of trade hart J' T mmenl eihlbll at Ihe Vancouver1 exhibition. 'There geant said. Do you mean, to say Itiey leav you free to come'iaiid go as yo "I was told by one of the novic afterward, and lhal Is why 1 used ll terms Simplicity and bareness, where. they expected to reveal atarlllng inya- BEWARE OF DECEPTION Statistics show that when egg albu- men is used as a. constituent of baking powder, the amount so used Is too small (usually of to affect the quality or effectiveness of the baking powder containing h, and when so used, is plainly for the purpose of fraud. Intelligent buyers will not permit themselves to be deceived by the water glass test. MAGIC BAKING POWDER contains no alum or egg albumen and is guaranteed io be composed of the {ingredients printed on the none other. Made in Canada By Canadians For Canadians William of Tondon a prominent Presbyterian, died sudden' :y al Ihe age of ninety. has been started- on new addition to tho Fbf! street school, firidgehure. tpf ILES I Mpi bleed- inf. Try HI amBuk Never was I Expert Advice [All Work Done on the Premises ft will pay you to consult SILKS The Inquiry adjourned unlil Fridny morning, course! that Father ftourque would ho Ihe only remaining witness lo be called. HI SASKAK SASKATOON. Sept. the address of (he city ol Saskn- oon, Ilie Priocc or Wftles said in art: 'The vctorlous Rnd entliusiaslic [rirU which is developing this free nd splendid prairie country uch amazing rapidity appeals lo me ntenscly'and Saskatoon is a wonder- ul example of what that splrJl cntt 0 ID less than' 20 years. congratu- ate you- on the striking record of our city and Ticg you to tell citi-! my oehalf how greatly 1 ppreciate the hearty welcome which hey have given me. ui sure thflL I shall meet many riends here Tvhose acqoalntance I irst maflc In France; hut some, alas, ike the gallant soldier, whom you name in ronr address, Trill never re- urn and 1 wish to offer my deepest .ympathy to all who have suffered disablement or loss. "I wish Ihe cily and Us people nil possible prosperity and happiness." Replying to the, address of Lhc njTcrsJty "of Saskatchewan, whicH ivas by "the Chancellor Sir Fr'edericiV Haultain, His Royal High- ness said: "I am very much pleased lo oe able Lo pay Ihis visit lo the University ot Bnskalchewan aud I em most grate- ful for your kind address. I ivill be proud tc{ conroy the assurance of your loyalty to my father, the King. "I know the splendid service which Ihis university IB rendering to the province of Saskatchewan. The work oE a university In a neir country like Lhia Is oC profound importance tlic whole community and you have responded with most slriklng rapidity and success to the demands made upon you by your 1 congratulate you -warmly on your buildings and upon your work. "I also know the fine contribution which Lhls university made to the fighling strength o[ the Empire. Isti to express my deep Appreciation f the gallantry ol your men and sting sympathy with' lliose who avc disablement and ivitu the kindred of those who will not TC urn. wish the university all posslbl ower, and success." From Japan and China Our lait Importation Is tho largnt and tlneil we hare eyer had. It comprlsefl .a wide range of article! and Is TCIT reuon- aMr priced. Bing Wo 320 11th ttrart 1872 HEGINA. Sept. o[ grrat war veterans from Lhe gOTcrnmenl's refusal lo appoint a commission to InTedtleatc Uie lion of a further bonus IB Increasing here, atxordlng lo prominent lain of the ormnitatlon here Tele- grams were sent out from the pro- Tlnclal olflcc here todny to erery cab- inet minister arid lo Cfery member of parliament representing a Sdak wan Tho vires arc signed br Ueul.-Col. James MacAra, proTlnclal prcBldunl and John CRmcr- pn, prOTincial secretary. Danger ol unrest and "unwished for develop meiHs1' Is pointed onl In the wires, Groups of rclnrned soldiers cnn he located on the slrerti today discussing the latest sensation, Ihe refusal b) Ihe forernment of a commission In go lito the whole matter ot gratuity Clly men are pertlcnlarlr peered br the goTernmenl's .action as they be Here the goremmenl neglected them In eBtabllshlng a.coatlr machine to men on Ine'land ud'neil men who always worked In the clues on dare nol silted for.farming and r.ol Inn Inclination. The resentment li Increased is a result of the Impretilon that appea lo hare gained wMe publicity lit demanding a ilated turn They refute this as rldlcnlou tml declare the. amonntli not Inrolr ei. They want, liey ciata, :a Intcst gallon, al which (or ver kni itepartmenU will be atown and the whole qKitkm ill cutset front ecoi it tho' present arlillralloai BOV on In Vancouver amour In lortbe U ter, efery1 British Colimbl will pay printers and week, XANTON, Sept. wa great day in Nan ton (or the relurnci oys. Sporln were held. There w baseball mulch between a team Iro Calgary Nan Ion. A banquet [ivcn the boys In Ihe evening, at 'clock. Speeches wore delivered a nld-day by Capt. Robert Pearson an amea Weir, '.M.LiA. Mr. Wyllei on of Ihe returned men, was decorale wilh -a sllyer medal which be. earned at I tie front for an act o onsplcuous bravery. A dance folloi ed Ihe hanqucl. It a most su cessful day, flnanclRlly, and Ihe pro- ceeds after all eipcnscr. era paid will In a fund which wlH bo dealt with tiler on. An honor Toll In bronzs ablet form with names thereon -was 'eErt upon. Constipation Sickness prevention Wonder what Ma would do If she had to cook all my T04STIES says lest of corn flakes Here's New Health and New Life IT is wonderful how quickly Wincarnis will benefit when you areWeaV, Get a bottle of Wincarrus to-day and see how quickjy H will Kelp you to regain your former health and vitality. Remember ihfct your ni'hcallri, fiom tkc aiitiy it yov ol yovr fq-lM' enjoymerrt and yam ia your Bvt good if bkeWinc.tn.i.1. H pHiiiiiti fm-loU power in creating the you W] near nit u a Ionic, terioraliTe, in one. Thonlon rt .vcw t'cri red Mood. If j Wifl H yen run ;