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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT VHI- u-rniitttmtut IIKKALII MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, The Canada of the Future Lord Linlithgow Talks -f WON'T MEET BOSTON POLICE STRIKE LEADERS (Through neuter's Srpi. mis. "Canada offers a field for both In- vestment auJ efiorl, the value aiid importance ot are bound These were spoken by tremendous belp the Dominion icnflcr- cd 10 country Lho war, by seudiu; us food You have studied (be Industrial de- lo reloriment or CaaatU? "i'es. and it his Lcc-n an illuminat- the foulness. 1 was [urtitularly iiiv Marquis of LialiihKow In iv.ler-; propel will the farilhy with whirli view in wMcn he revealed his eiton- Ciin.iJiin manufacturers' direrted sivo personal kuuwleuge of Canadian Hhclr ylauls to the iirortueiion o( niun- life and conditions anJ his spprctw-J jt.'ons- Tfcac was a nobjo effort. auJ I lion of ihc potentialities not sure that it ivas not a big rev- lie Has returned from [oluticn to the manufacturers thc-iusel- aTurtber visit lo Canada. VPS and to the sovornroeui. It points "A reapius machine shearing its Way along the road ol Way Uirough an or grata, a lextansion. I am told that practically glimpse of is busy lumber camp, a. los evory industry was on war work- 1 raft on a uii'gMy river, these are some'figures bcsWe me tvhic-h of the of HIP picture frr themselves, l.isteu to this: liaper and ihe pastor mlvcriiseniEnt. J0vpr f.p niillkm shells wero made, CO I They an- lypirjHy CaiuJijn and copper bands, 45 million cart-1 Iray'som? of ihc great source? of that I rases, tlO million (uses, On ruil- vast wealth which country tas in 1JOTI pounds of powder. oO million, its storehouse. Hut in showing ihr-sc I pounds of uish BOSTON'. Mss., Police Curtis this afternoon JcrlinPd to roll- fer ivilh labor leaders includ- ing I'resident Mcluues oi Iho policetueu's union. Premier Llo'yd George Issues Message (o People of Great Britain the and the photo- grapher c.'.il? rc-iietratert ihe more familiar apariuicuts: of the great man- sion. Tlierc ure other treasure cham- ber- which are being unlocked. My visits lo Canada have maile me ahJ more convinced that as she undoubtedly Is agriculturally, will yet be greater VA? an expert agriculturist, would you care to say anything at out Cauad- 'ian methods? I "I tliiuk tbe Canadian farmer is n Tory pregressive niij palish (SUN! man. anil I never forset that Scottish enil- arc the of the Can- adian agricullurtil community. The Scottish fnimer at home, trained lo the more conservative prarlices in rogue- in the country, is nios: thor- ouch. in his and. when lie emigrates lie seems naturally Lo coiu- fiiDe his native ability for taking pain? the progressive methods of Ibe Canadian an'd with iwo such attributes he makes sooi. Your Canadian is al- ways ready lo experiment and to in- troduce new devices to save :Iftbor and increase reduction, Vnslaure I am told that Ihc utiliza- tion of electricity in Ihu work, not only of Che farm, but of ;be farrabouse. is rapidly. increasing. That is a high- ly commendaljlo. development and in -furtherance oC it, the sreal water pOK- cr resources of tho rountry can I raieht almrst to the floush. 1 tbiuk Ihe land o( Canada Is being made lo bear abundantly- tut 1 know it haa not reached Ihe limit oj its capacity. The war shojrcd what "could DC done .under emergency con- ditions. The people in authority at homo here are gratefully aware pLihe You are no.doubt aware that Can- afo in akin e a bis effort lo secure m.fooling in markets ivhero iircvloua- her vois were little known and where German uirmutaclurers were supreme? "I know of that." Fiid the Mnrquts. "and 1 aoi to nblp the prompt- whirh the Canadian CJoveni- mcnt entered Iho GeI4 and fin credili with the countries whit suffered so badly iu the vjar. iaip Mission in Louden. service in Quickly MtnA By LONDON', SepL Premier Lloyd George has issued a to the ol Great Uritalit iu "Lho-tultirc" which will be distributed free ihroufh- oul llio country on Monday. Tho pre- 1 niier says: "Millloiis or gaflant youug men have fouglit for Iho new world. Hundreds Itociiox, P. Q. MI suffered' for luauy years wilh IrrriMfAvJifestwKJNj'Ctixstif'atM, A npijubor aJvisoil .mo to try 1 did so and lo tha lurprUe of my 1 to ictprOTe and lie advised wo to go oa with "Fruii-a-tiz-tf. I coosiJcr that 1 owe IDV lift lo and I want to say lo thoso who suffer from ladigeatios, Constipation or Hcad-iolics try CORING GAUDllEAU. bo.T.G (rial site At all dealers or sent Limited of thousands o pptabllsh it. It l to Iho promise given e dishonor ourselves. iloei Ihfe notr worlj mciu? ttas the old world 11 was I ,l a "irorjd inhere toil for myriarJs of I wortWSi mon and women, jiur- 1 j chased nothing Letter than squalor, j !penury, nniiety, wretchedness; a 1 world srdrred by slums, disgraced by that j unemployment, of industry, humble liames; a. world where, side by sido with want, there waste o[ tho intThfluslible riches of Ihe earth, part- ly through iguorauce ami waut of fore- thonshl. partly Lhrough entrenched selfishness. (Edmonton Journ.il.) Slorter T. StorXersen. who some weeks ago landed in EJtuonlou aticr and I think Us success shows j sweiling thfi value of getting into personal 1 'lhc tuoch with (he people TTiih whom you bh despair to multitudes of to deal. That is ice real 'direct couQdent of the countrr's fuiore position in the mar kvt.- oT the world. Last year her enorls valued at That figure will TCTT soon be outdistanced I now that peace is Lere again, and the j .S down. Canada will j play a nan in binding thes Km- hft of n7e Mscst pcrfiJr j Canada lozelhcr. The cjosesl rejauon-i bctvreen Ibis rnunlry av.d n he mainlalncd J ouYsclve3 and oar children. take greater mnlnal knowledge will help ojd como towards a ueller :so has the time and on extended trip of usylordtlon in Ihe Arctic Circle, arrived iu the city this morning RiiJ tiuartercd al Royal George holeL. He states tbnL coilLer he nor his chief, Mr. SleTans- son. coniempJate another northern trip umil licit winter. Mr. Stefunsson intends rcniainiug at DauK niilil tho end cit Jhe mouth until "It we renew tlic IsasL ot lliat worm is com- we shall belray iLe heroic ilead. when he ivill in n lec- Fifteen Thousand People Crowd Park Following Parade uf Yelc.nins CALGARY, Sept. (tint we. nrieeu thousand loyal Canadian citizens in mass meeting assembled at Calgary this fourteenth day of Scp tember, almost every organized body in our country, teel lhat a further bonus iu cash Is lo repatrfato our army and navy, aud do afUriu that we are 'willlug and anxious to pay such n bonus, do pledge ourselves to work Tor Ibis bonus until obtained; and do warn our government, lhat the situa- tion In our western country la grave and urgent, that temporary work will EOOU havo ceased and our cities will be throitged with a demobilize-d army whieL is not repatriated; anu implore our government lo accent nud face this rcaponslbiluj-, aud before they conclude llicir present session grant Uiis bonus, anj bring us tbat yeace nnd conteulmcut for which we aud they bavo suffered so much." Fifteen cilizeng, veterans, wives, mothers, fathers, brothers and sympathisers o[ voteraus of the srcat war, (Luudered tbcir approval of the j above resolution when it was present-' by Acting President S. Woods, of Ihc local branch'of the Great War Veterans' association, nt tbc monster Inff held at Mewata park, following ihe parade of veterans, tiradecl by four banns, through tbc maiii iiiur- oughfarcs of-Calgary on Sunday after- noon. Sweet Milk-Sour Milk- Buttermilk or Water Use any of these when baking with! EGG-O BaUnJPomkr It gives you a wider choice of ingredients for cakes and pastry, yet assures you of positive success in your baking. Egg-O is ntwolutclr pure ind efficient double thai is, in first action occurs itiilhe mixing bowl when cold water or mill: in ils various form is jttded. Al- lowing Ihe (Jough to sland lor IS or 20 minutes will give better rrsuln. When jou put your baking id the oven Egg-O will continue to rise until your cikes pro- perly balled. Buying EK.0 in the llrger tinl is most economical [or family uie. Egg-O Baking Powder Co. United erer blackened a reopJe's lame. United S j we Elisll store up retributirm Tor relunliu; I 'tLo Jtatcs. Slorkcrseii, wno is ug to ilaiilf in 3 flay or so. is to Bliort leave at the c-nil of tbe Alter lighting prepare for ilia coal oil stove Lo c veiling int'iii, sbould to visit Canada. They rebeife the most generous hos- pitality ana Trim 1'aey ViU learn of the significance of our Empire will be ac adequate reward." tfroni; the .logging camps wilt Tierliaps add to Iho difficulty of finding 'employ- ment for everyone. ,s TYallcr Drinnan, pn.rinciaV, organ- izer for tho G.W.V.A., slated lUal there was lillle unemployment ol Vancouver and .lHat the estimate ot 'uneiriplored was J greatly in excess Jot ULC actilal li- jgurC5. EXPEL GALICIAN JEWS STOCKHOLM, Sr-lit. 15.--All order baa ju5t been issued by; the Ausliimi government expelling war refugees, mostly Gallcian Jen's, from the country, according to advjces re- sec her frame house completely relopccl in hy Iccth need hcallliy lo ti-iK tiein. lihc tlicy will Icoicn in Pycrrhca. Tiay opanngj v.ill coaic in the gums la act as the jj.itewaya of iuftxt tljc jcbli cr tonnU, or cause; ether aiimenlj- yorh.in's if la time and -jicd coasbtoiUy. jrcrc loolbpastc decs. Arcyetir juirs tender jipims? Arc they -blccdiajj If sor arc' certain to hsvc PyarrhKi (Riggs1 Four out five v.iio arc ovcrfortyhavctt. To X-DU T.-C earnestly Forhan's. .It preserves the Eitmg irhich. hold th-tctth JJrjsh your tcclh y.ilb it- cleans the IcctU lhcrn''vrhite and clean. Ii has already Fct in, sl.irt tiling pprfcaa's .ind coajult a dcntlsL for r-pccial i 'arid CO; Dmgsiils.' L TO., JW femes St., JHfantrcsl- ;E THE (EITY CAFE IHFliTH STREET OTTAWA, ScpL determined effort will bo made by Ihc Great War Veteran's association lo place before tlic parliamentary-committee on sol- dLcra'.-TC-cstebllshment all Iho Grid- I core possible relating to the needy of returned A form of special qucalfonairc baa "been tclcffraphecl to all provincial commands and will be printed anil luiueil lo all brandies Inal each ret urn ej rolcllcr liiay liavo the opportunity of presenting in detail hia I individual rcauiremenU. I The stallatlCA thu.i obtained ivlll be and tabulated for presents- I tion to tlic pommiltee of the Telegrams nrc being rccelrcrf at. nattonal hnadnuarlcrs o( the 0. W. V. A. expressing at the- ac- tion taken bj the government In an- nouncing the formation of n. select comtniUec of (he house of commons FJRE STILL RAGING NEW YORK, ruJly a score of (he 50 tanks of gasoline in Iho Standard Oil Co. plant vcrc op fire at 4.50 o'clock. Tiic fire boat? hnd been aiding the firemen in what seemed a bopclcss fight and at that hour a third boat Tvas sent for. THE MAKING OF A FAMOUS MEDICINE How Lydia E. Vegetable Compound b Prepared For Woman's A rtrtl to Ihe laboratory ttilf nceejftful remedy niaoe InprnEcil looXer-on with fcbility, mccuracy, swill irriich attends the makinf of tfcu grclii medicine for woman's ills. Over pounds ol nrioM uml nr.vMj ir.d til hir> lo fathered ml the lecaon of tie ytil whea theij natural julcci and neocisil mb- ire at their beat. The most successful solrniUire vied parifs FOR THE GUMS WAGSTAFFE1S Real Seville Orange Marmalade All Qrsn't art J lYo camouflage. DclleJ tfitfi care in LETHBRIDGE KENTISH ASSOCIATION list Drive and Dance IN BUHGMAN'3 HALL On TUESDAY NEXT; 8 o'clock'; GENTLEMEN A Proceeds in Aid of Benevolent HAY HAY HAY Farmers we can supply you with good prairie hay in cav lots. at per Ton F.O.B. YOUR STATION HAY OF THIS QUALITY WILL NOT LAST LONS AT THIS PRICE. SEE OUR SAMPLES COX SMITH 110 5th Streets. Phone 1970 the problems presented in each dla Irict. and snlmUlinn preliminary details of tocxtnclthemedlcinilproputMifroiii Every olnuil mi link tialcmnm rxnlict "ilh the meiHclrw It iterilized >9 a finn! precaution In the medicine- is puleariztd and In botlics. It b Uie wonderful combination of roeU and herbs, together with the (loll fft ctrt In IU which kat made this funftut tucmsful la ItMtant of femtle Tht Itlters from women iriM bin Iwm rtilored lo health ,bt He of LyJIa E. PinfchamU Com- Mund which we cm.tisutUp pjh. ttlinf itUit to IU DENIKINE WHIPS BOLSHEVISTS Takes 9000 Prisoners Ma- 1 chine Gtjns LON'nON'. SepU the Assoc- lalcd war office announ- ces a decisive victory met tbc bol- snerlk forces at Tsaritsyn by Gen- eral Dcnlkine, In which SOW prison- era, ]1 guns find lOCt machine guns were taken. Three holahuvlk rcgl- raenls surrenrlcrcrl were destroyed, ami two others FRED THAELL'S DISPOSALSALE Of Men's Wear, Ladies' and Boys' Winter Coats Now in full swing. The tremendous response to this SALE Has established a record for sales in this city of Leth- bridge. People of Lethbridge know this store's reputation for quality, this point added to the extraordinary values we are offering will fill this to overflow- ing, so" snop early and get your share of these great bargains. Follow the Crowds to Fred Thaell's ;