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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I DECEMBER Mfl nAuvv PAGE ELEVEN Convoys In Peac0 Times II who visited nnd the battle front In France ih Toronto Saturday Night as follows One almost regrets the convoy Is only n and that it will not survive times ot peace LMthoWgh the partnership was one ol made tho Atlantic ocean t companionable and a ploasurtf to old travellers whose liad never before seen the Atlantlr ocean encept as a boundless solitude where nyt another ship gladdened the from one end ot the voyage to the One bide farewell to these but hazardous pilgrimage with mingled that the iionosslty Is sorrow that the so Hal phases of ocean travel should We havn said our last Bon convoyage But have wo said It If Hie cot voy had one kind of advantages I time of why should not hav another bttt equal Kind ot advantage for times of pence Why should it no remain on as an integral part ot our oceanborne commerce One does not forget Uiat after the Titanic went many sensible people were of the opinion that styps should travel In so if one ship came to the other ship could rescue The plan IB worth following It is a simple matter of accommo dating time schedule and market ri valries and bringing ships together go the same path and the same Peace convoys would naturally much smaller than war nnd that wduM be an additional ad because it would minimize the chance of having a lame in the A The pace ot a war convoy is the pace of the slowest In and that spelU danger to all the other faster bhips they are trying to dodgft the tender mercies of tor pedo coming head on at forty knots an du6ks are IOMMN Lethlridges LiMonorRoU u mimes Tor j roll nf tlvoFJi Who I dftsrt been sei dropping behind oill ot en gine and tkftt ot Is Frltis He leves helpless only becauee he can sink Hut also he can shell the to she Is far enough Mot 16 go further back than six weeks tor an example tae way MfceMiable got when peace the convoy s a I eoat see why will retain all the advantages of association and get rid ot tho of will because nobody would disfigure anything so beautiful as a ship Unless the sternest necessity dic The zigzags we have to zig to avoid an TRANSPORT IS SAFE iety evir tru delayed arrival of the hospital days from luroee With wounded American teldlere was eellwed law tetfey by a navy department aiiUjeunWrnent tfcai the ehla put In at the Aterea eterm and should reaeh tertterrew or Hlght hundred and fortysix members of faculties of German universities Imve signed a statement demanding the earliest possible convocation of i national Among the reasons given by the signers is that the new American congress Which comes Mitboffice on March 4 likely Will be dominated by Republican im who will oppose President 14 If we desire an oven halfway tolerable peace which wnuld serve the vital interests of Germany we must at least conclude a temporary peace before that A Coalition A furtneV step toward the formation of a united middle class frost against the has been taken by the new German folks which Is formedfrom fiie left wing of the in deciding to coalesce with the German democracy party organized recently by Theo dore Wolff of the Berlin Negotiations also are under way for the coalition of the Conservatives and Social German Nation Folks WillWrtt Krnesfc Emmemm Jeorff WARM WELCOME AWAITS BOTHA Individuality is the Keynote of a Perfect Portrait Bringing out the real fine points in little traits that make us what we Our photos are not a thing of paper and pasteboard with a Photo of your real selfof what your friends gee and call on The Allison Portrait Studio PHONE 11689 BALMORAL BLOCK TO BUY YOUR XMAS GROCERIES AT THE RIGHT PRICE Seeded or per 18e fresh 22c Mixed Lemon and per choice These goods are all new seasons and dbsorutely just fresh Appls or case WW nice eating and cook 4 large per SSo We have a full line of Sauces and Apple nice and per SOe Jtlly all for Sic Tplferi Fancy per 40c Me regular 40o special 3 Our special Bulk Ma Cake Candles for psr Unfermented Grape and Loganlisrry 12 each Roaebud par battle SOe Apex Strawberry or Raspberry 4 pail and KWItSO Phpna 657 Gioeerlss License S173H WE DELIVER FREE TO ANY PART OF THE CITY AftfT flrtri ft IIAKN K OUI I UULLnlVU BOVRIL The Food tbat Saves Food Canada lilccnce and Commoners Attend Meetlnd of EWpifc Parliamentary Association i I ihor pfeslded Wilny at i of i the Rmjifre PaHlainniitiiiy association at the hOlfses parliainent at wlilch many peersattfl commoners were pre The prime ministiT wrote pay ing attribute tb thn work or Uio nRso elation enabled the incBtlng of of dltfensnt ofthe llo nrRed Uie contTiiuahce of similar which hd even more invaluable in the lutiire tliah In the fbe clidirman dnplorfd Ionsof threeriouthAfrican members par ilament Who had been torpedoed ami iliroWttedon tHelr way attend the He coinmeuilMl lie propps 1 thftt overseas delegation of iamentarians he invited to Eng Right Walter moved that i congratulatory message be overseas of parliament In of military autocracy andthe triumphipf parliamentary gov ernment had been brought aboutby the heroism of the British and allied armies and For Evening Dress the Soft Shirt ii RfljeiBfrNew Yorkers of Environ ment nrlliiK nndor free Welcome Awaits Premiers LriiiK rrfrrred l Uio welroine nwaltlitK the ovcrsoas premiers now j assembling in ienoral llotlui would be doubly ftelcomu In dual rolo prime minister and military Lord formerly wooondlng the ctuted In the of somn Intfrest j ing revelations Unit ulllmaliim bAd expired lit midnight of August be had I tho fact to tinwhole and before morning bail received a reply from the smallest and out lying That meailt the grim maehlnory of war bad commeni revolving oversea In perfect order j because over two years previously an Individual war hook bad been prepar eel by colonliil commltteo covering I he defend of every protectorate and Island which plan had been locked in governors Harcourt proceeded to recall the invitation to Uie governments of Australia ami Africa to take the neighboring I Herman provided the latter were to bo the imperial govern ments unreserved disposal I ho ter mination ot the He paid a tri bute to the admirable manner in Uie colonies were taken nnd the able i way in which hostilities were he we had never lost a even al though the Falkland Islands had only baen saved by thfj fleet by a margin of i He referred to the danger i which had threatened South Africa to an that even the South Afri can rebels had failed lo realize when captured the unions arms and ammunition in When General Jotha cabled lor their replacement without delay he without i much appealed lo Lord Kltch The latter replied my not one rifle nor one cartridge shall be diverted from the European Lord Harcourt searched the world for nearly a week and ultimately found tho weapons required in a friendly An empty shirf was despatched and was loaded with arms and ammunition In thirty WILSON FULFILLS DUIS BY WIRELESS OCEAN LINER directing the disposal of official bus nesjs have begun to reach the White House from Wilson at They reached Capetown In That was monl critical per iod tin of South Africa had ever The resolution wan adopted and Lowtber stated that he accepted the invitation to preside on the executive committee and entertain Hotbii on bin aboard the transport George Washing It understood that all the Wire dihpMicbes so for have dealt only wlih routine executive and for a report on tho noml nation of Carter Olafs as secretary of the It has not been necessary brims any matter of Imporiimcy i ihe presidents The appointment of a now H was stated prob ahh will bo delayed least until tin1 lirst of BOYCOTT EXTENDS TO ALL PERUVIAN NKW boycott stoainfiVB by Peruvian workmen has extended to Peruvian I Tho longshoremen refused to I load Chilean According to i mall advices from tho news papers at Iquiquo accuse the Mow of having provoked I tin anti Ieruvlan demonstrations there which led to the present controversy i tween Chile and A MOTHERS STRENGTH whose bands rock the often needs more than ordinary food to help maintain the Woodquahty and strength and adequate nouruhment to tlte It is as unwise lor the as it is dangerous to the to place dependence upon alcoholic stimu for strength is not found in SOOTS of purest cod liver abaohttefy free from harmful is mothers true in that it performs a twofold is particularly fitted for the trying period of NEW Broadway Koula Vardiers shining stiff wUHe no the war has taken the starch out of It as well as many other The full dress as they say back in ex cites comment for its strangeness in Even the dinner packet Is Beaunaah does not write of correct details of evening ftress any more In the theater The soft shirt is a symbol of accommodation to en and word comes back from Picadilly even Englishman is adopting the soft Soft collars that were permitted at tennis matches or around the sum resort verandas are now a part of a gentlemans dress at the first night It may be that some day New York will come back to Ihe immaculate evening but it will be There are many reasons for the do cline of the stifffront The ri gid rationing of coal prevents the fine loss on and there is a delicacy about shining shirts and silk top hats when we are Bleeping in the mud it But the big idea goes Broad way is just like the backwoods after Broadwayites are creatures of en It is slowly sinking ii along Broadway that Lincoln was a soft shirt but he presented stiff fronjt to Heroes returning from the othe side are wearing soft collars alon so Broadway in the mids of this new environment is changin from the conventional to the uncon ventional and will survive it just as has survived other Around the foyers and tearooms o the smart places like the Majes Kegis and a great hange has come over the welldress ed men and women of the prewar The man may have a wellfit expensively tailored but the if feet is for the liui he sports a Bqft collar and goes spatless and And the women wear dinner gowns with long transparent sleeves instead of the evening gown of a few years umbia Dnola are the homes the Columbia r Grafonola For its gift of beautiful music brinp a new and dslterent pleasure to every member of the For the own songs and and Christ mas tales stories of gnomes and animal For sweat songs she loves her favorite opera airs sung by great For laughing music that makes him forget the days For big brothet and sisterrwhirlwjlnd military novelty jazzos the latest As a farhily this kandaome Grafonpla favorite of all home and In your nw melodious voice is surely its promm many happy musical years Jo SltadtrA fum If COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE TORONTO V 2Qtk A This Columbia Qrafonola look mighty food o Lets foJouin lown and We have a ohooolstes Xmss Xmat Tree Wsthsys Wtnee r Slab Hshter per Popping 1 eah Home Maes Almond per 70c aer large eseh 2Sc ll lotmJt torn idler thai U Can you iattl it Itome today P STRIFE IN CHINA Italian and Japarppe ministers this after noon had an audience with Presi dent Hsu ShinChang and present ed him with a memorandum ex pressing the grave concern of the governments In wit nessing the continued civil strife in China and their wish to en courage the efforts of sides for Hijuving the two months in which jBpaaiBh influenza was raglng in Out persons died of the disease and the reports are still incomplete In persons succumbet to tjic as compared with iu MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is away a 00 Victory Bond for the nearest KENNY AL1JN Next to Dallas Hotel Phone 1487 The DriwBook ;