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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. SKPTKMBKH 2S, 1018 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY I HERALD l'."Vj|l2, CM' V i -_.J A JUDICIAL DEFINITION OF ALLEGIANCE (Prom tho Now York Outlook) Tim Kov. .1. Ponlaiia, pastor of the Cierman K.vangolical church. New Kaloin, North Dakota, \v:ia re. oently Irlnd lit llismarck, in tht>t Ntnte. Ilo was charged with having uttered frntn time lo lime seditious language fin' tin: purpose of interfering xwilh tho military activities of (lu! (iovcrunionl. The presiding judge was Charles V. Amnion, of tlin Puited States District Court, District of North Dakota. Tin'jury i'diinii'il a verdict of guilty against. Mr. i'ontaiin on August 1 i>. Puiled St itos Attorney lllldroth moved for n 1*111 on August lit iinK senlenco Judge Aiuidoii said in pari what follows: You received your linal papers as a citizen in ISMS. liy 1 tic oath which you tli"ii look yon renounced anil abjured all allegiance lo llermnny anil to tin; Ktnperor of Uennany. swore that you wonlil boar true ;mil allegiance lo tin- I'n tod States. V.'hal ilhl that moan'.' Thai you would set at.out earuislly growing an Am-erPan soul anil put away your Herman soul. Thai it what your oath of allegiance meant. Have you iloim that'.' I do no' mini; yon hnv have cherish"'! everything Corman, prayed Cernv.n. read Herman. sung der your inhibit ry ta do I lie same thing. You said you would cense lo cherish your Oernum soul. That meant (hat you would begin tho study of American lifn uiid history, that you would upon your mind ?nd lieaii to all of Its Influences, that you would try to understand its ideals and purposes and love them, that you would try to build up Inutile of yotii'sel.' ,1 whole group of feelings for the United Slates (he same as you fell towards Ihn fatherland when you ) you have been doing. And now the world war has thrown a. searchlight upon our National life, and what .have we discovered7 We find all over these Pulled States, in groups, li'ille Cernianies. little Italics, little Austrian, little Norways, little Russian, These foreign people havo thrown a circle aboul themselves, and, instead of keeping the oath they took that they would try to grow American souls inside of them, they have studiously striven to exclude everything American and to cherish everything foreign. A (lever gentleman wrote ,j romance called "America, the .Midline Pol." It appealed to on- vanity, and through all these years we have been seeing romance Instead of AUTO-INTOXICATION OR SELF-POISONING "FRUIT-A-TIVES" Absolutely Pre-vent* Thin Dangerous Condition. 'J'/ir' chiej cnu.'t of poor hr.allli is our neglect of the bowels. "Waste matter, instead f passing from tho lower intestine regularly every day, is allowed 10 remain 11 Hue, generating lioisous which arc absorbed by tlia blood. In other words, a person who is habitually constipated, is poisoning himself. We know now (hat Autointoxication, due tn non-action ofilio bowels, is b>r !f 2.,">0, \ rial size "Jjc. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by I'riiit-a-tivi-sLiniited.Ottawa. Agaitis) Vigorous (iernian position Crossed the Canal du Nmcl Op- l/mdon. Sept. l>n. - -Knifli.-h ml Ian troops faced a mo.-' . problem at tho first step of unit this morning,- Hays ih md Can-riiihl.'ible Iheir as-orres- ,d M pimdenl ol' the /).-iily Maii. lelej;;-|ipli-j iriK from the front and ile-iribing the i j>assa�e or the Canal tin N'ord. west of i Cambrai. On the north the j bet >veen the Itrllish and th It i � ; in i Only helween Inch;. 11 was it pie,silde I.) cro - I'.ven in (his restrict.d . was only a. small frontal; tin.- I5i-iH.ii could flinr, : to reach the wider li 1 come in direct touch ..;! A Kieat part of tile llrit i , tieipat iii|,' in I lie uttael. through this narrow door , Us of win'cli were as w idl further I .vidih. I o.'iivres ! tin' >';.iial.| 'i'llll' I here j Nii'i- which 1 ir ciduiiins  field and I;'." enemy. troo))s par-id 10 pass iy. t lie It i.nown to the enemy as to the llrilish. .\lonr tills front, Ih"- (Jennaiis had not. wis i 1  drawn Hour t;uns as they had inrlher smith. The barrier w,i- bad for the infantry, worse for ihe tavalry and I'vn worsi' 1 "ii- (tie tan). 1. Seven 1 .1 uu:' r iittaehs anii a coiitiiiuon bomiiurd' nielli of the eainil al Moouvre-- proved tlia' liie i'liemy had a full undoruniid-llii? of the situation and had ,,i. nv,',i ml v a nl a i;i i lleie. .Mon I ha n tin-, in-put hi;i be'.| division, (he dth Ihamhn l(Ui%'e]'s. In liold tin" fort. Tim; the British v.'i'iit out anainst pi. nihiu start in;; rat her hit" in 1 h.- day d toe liii" and. in ,-pil" of up rom ill" 1 roups holding it it 'I'hi, AGAINST THE FARMERS s:l i on Out. 1 W: half el Up Cl'u: oca nsl uilli I oil 1 : took j t he "Use of s j a P.ranl lord I wa- lined S.Mei ; \ itmsiiui" lot ! one. oilier t hitiK 1 well \\\ � 1111(1 I tit" present i ; The defense claim j that tbi;, did mil e P Soul" of th''-' nial lay 1 in, oui-i tifmt ih ellelliy. I |||,.|ilS"',V"r altin Karrison - in 1 lie i|lliele peet'-d A � ini'iit s ll-'iol.'.-stol'MI' nosit ion went ei 1 .ran-; 011 ad 1 thai I trive ! a hi ; .led: PI. th" lini" of ; 1 and that 111 u ii 11 -t III' r-.| "all ih" 1 jai! " M-pi ". red bv Cotdoti c lies'. 11 1 ; hidi"V.'d oiled Pai'tners. win e ill i otiV'tlt intl. ill ae.ainst .1. K. t 'ro.~s p -fat nies. i 'ro -cosls by Alot'.i st r,i i � in iil^ del 'hired. .1111 tha' a mail miuist a-ii.siau tule as nude; mil' nt ill .� annujllv �'"'�r> on' S\ for prcfiiraTitiTi, r?,\ '.' i' ;:i � tr i j!I oflirr p�-t!orary and to | niaiiitiK the time the capital he settled on namely, that, is temporary, d by anybody ard it as teni-set, about earnestly of that enjoyment as successes, tno.-dlv of a complicated Mud. brought the lirii i'li trooiis from Kibecourt. on tin- south. !> i'.oiirlon wood on the north, into a more or less straight and simple formation ami the initial phase tie was OV"f I short as possible, damental revision That moans of these a fun-foreljtn AT FORD TRUCKS A SAVING TO FARMERS The motor driven truck can work constantly at maximum load under the huruiuK summer sun, or in the coldest weather, l'nllke the hots" it ue.'ds no rests while working, it oats only when In actual use. and whin the day's work is done it requires very little niteniloi), and loaves you free lor other 'Chores." about the place. Th, Watt Toronto, Ontario llrawhti, Montreal, Our., tViHiipri, Mum.. Kfgina.Satk fact. That is the awful truth. The figure of my country stands beside you today. It says to iim: Do not blame till.-, man aluno. 1 am partly o> blame. 1'unisli him for his oilcnse. hut let him know that 1 see things in a new light, that h new era has come here. Punish him to teach iiliu, and the like of him, and all those who have been mls!"d by him and his lik", that a change has com'-: that there must be an Interpretation anew of the oath of allegiance. It has been in the past nothing hut a formula of words, ,'rom this time 011 it must be translated into living characters incarnate in the life of every foreigner who has his dwelling-place in our midsi. If they have beep cherishing foreign history, foreign ideals, foreign loyally, it must be stopped, and they must begin at ; who once, all over again, to cherish Amerl- ! ness. can thought. American history. Am- |run" erican ideais. That means something ' to that'is to b" done in you" dally life, j of It does mil mean simply that you will j not take up arma against the t'nited j States. It goes deeper far than that. \ It means that you will live for the t'nited Slates, and that you will cln'r- ; ish and grow American souls inside of you. It means that you will take 1 down from the walls of your hoinea j the picture of the Kaiser and put up j the picture of Washington; that you 1 � will take down the picture of his- I ; inarek and hang up the picture of Lincoln. It mourn-, that you will begin 1 to sing American songs; that you will i begin earnestly to study American history; that yon will begin to open your lives through overy avenue to the lu-tluenc" of American life. It means that you will begin first of all to learn Ksiglish. the language of this country, so that there may be a door into your souls through which American life may enter. 1 am not so dimple as to entart.iiu file idea that racial habits and qualities can he put aside by the will in a day, in a year. In a generation; but because that i-i dillicult is all the more reason why you .-liould get about it and ehoo ;e. foreign to their will can-tisliip in I'll" Federal lo deal with .;olng to deal BUY YOUR GIRLS' BOOTS THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE idi ;t ize with it \othing else ly can be possible, of the sentence wire upon you today is not you for the disloyal': have been guilty, but. upon you. and the liki. of the groups of peopl 'ha.'I that sure-\nd th" object i: I pronounce ,:loue to punish of which you to serve notice of you. and all  in this district CHEVROLET. Speed'Tip The lorgcr splierc of acliv-ih| even,- Cfliindinn must (ill in order lo perform Iiis iuxcs-  snry pari in I he tuiiion'* icsponsibilih; demands (he speed mid etficicncies of a cor as eood as the CHEVROLET FOUR-NINETY - n have been clKi'ishing foreign-thnt Ihe end of 1 haw regime has it is a call to every one of you set iihoa' earnestly the growing an American soul inside of you. The court llmls and adjudges thai you are guilty under each count of the indlrtnii'ii". and as punishment there for it is further adjudged that you he Imprisoned in the Kciteral Penitentiary ut Leavenworth fur the term of three years. The sentences under the three counts of the indictment are to run concurrent ly and not successively. THERE ARE TWO VIEV/S b-ati- of wallpapering, one is thaf it iIfics a iralL another that it actual warmth to i1. Iloth hit hilt, of Coin's", |t depend " paper. right. ': the RICH DESIGNS. CHOICE SHADES are numerous among our l.nge a--. .orttnent of high grade Wallpapers. Floral effects, seroMs and stripe of-feeis in the patterns. Prim phenomenally lo�. Wellington Bros. The Decorators SHERLOCK BUILDING �l \\.r Ufar(.,t \J. C/fev/v/ef/ffofo/* Co. of'Ca/iac&r,JZnttcJ jOsAt/fif/r, O/vr,. CW/v/ro/r ;