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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta >mOAYi 13, 101R TUB I.U'fliniMDGF. DAILY IIKIUU) PAGE NINd Tlie Qrcal War Vcleraiv'B Concert the Colonial Sunday ovcrtJns .prnm- tees to lio ttio best llila Bfrasou. The Wesley cliolr under direction (it ClHiulo IIuslios will Klvo'gpocl num- bQry. Mnj. J. H. Messrs. find "'111 rcadlnfii a moat K- Celli'iil'coiicort.will bo given. A silver [collection In old of (lie O, W. V. A. Fund ivlll bo at ilio door. HCY. P. II. ot St. John, Jf.U.', lias to tbo pastoroto of tlio Quebec DaptlBl churcli. LEAGUE 01'NATIONS WILL DEVELOP ONLY AFTER MANY YEAKS Dec. exposing his earnett rftilre to tee a league of rations J. Austen Chamber- lain, member of thrm leave "Ensign Sellards llu, and (he admiral (hen (old Him lo u was It hack, lejvc It with anybody who Army Headquarters and there learned was in charge, aud tell him Ui llie reporl was UBl.eved to nounco il. he-true. army Iiad received 110 "All (his lime I was wondering what I official word. was "I then localcd Admiral Wilson, "As the enilcn was about lo 'leave' 'Mine Wtr, al aimior with tho Frenc.li Ihe room the admiral turned to Major i Admiral In command at- Urest. 1 Cook and said: founu lhat tic had received later word all over. The armlslicff Ills diapttch was nol official. lie signed lou-ny at eleven o'clock, and, .dislurbed, hoivcyer, still he- ceased at two o'clock. the was ihn KI .inicrlcan Iroops havo laken Sedaii; immediately F.ent anolher dl jpatch Elating that Admiral Wilson s lhat asked Ihc raajoi-. was'iiol ofndal and was not replied the Tho confirmed. war h H is flnlshej '.'While I Was annoyed 1 was not "I then ashed Iho admiral If ho WlJcularly worried The French cen. miking tho news public, and he said, .sorsnin hadjbeen alr-tlght. all during that he was, and llia't he ,va3 the armistice .ncgoliallons. It had trc mr, his dispatch to La Depeche. I 'nueally rimpossiWe lo gel out twice rcpealcrl Major Cook's Innulrv official developments. Maltora tnal as lo whether lio news was official, had not been ofliclally announced and being fully reassured, knowing were .absolutely unsemlable. I wa; not worried becausr; 1 felt sure tha Admiral. Wilffon'3 Informallon official, my dlspatcli had died on thij Brest censor table. I merely fil- ed: tbe correction as a matter of "Tfie nc.it'.mornine' I learned WINTER SESSION DEC 15th 3.30 P.M. SPEAKER: M. P, SUBJECT: "DEVICES OF WAR IN TIMES OF PEACE" ADMISSION FREE JIl be the' Ca'rnival on Salurday Night by the. OF KNOX CHURCH Onc-linlf of Lhe jiracecils Svlll go lo the Carniral Fund tar the Soldiers' Kldrtios. TICKETS----.- 50c May Lc had from any one o'f Ihe "lilg-Ststors." niiiuiuiiiiiiiaiiimiiiwiiiiiiiiiiuiiuuiiniiiiiiiiiie This Christmas, May we suggest that you select for articles ot lasting the recipient might otherwise need to buy. In normal limes, gifts lhat are merely luxuries are''in keeping with the Christmas until normal conditions [ollow peace .they are wasteful. i You'll Find It Easy lo Seled A Useful Gift in This Store r DRESSING GOWNS BATH ROBES SMOKING JACKETS NECKWEAR HANDKERCHIEFS UNDERWEAR SWEATERS SWEATER COATS OVERCOAT! GLOVES MUFFLERS HOSIERY SHIRTS PYJAMAS HATS- CAPS. SHOES FUR-LINED GLOVES SILK PYJAMAS SILK SHIRTS TRAVELING BAGS GARTERS SUSPENDERS -ARMBANDS BELTS CUFF LOUIS KEEL 318 Fifth Street South Home of Hart SchaHner Marx and Fash'ion Craft Clothes and The Florsheim were eulratnlng, and evidently, from THE FUTURE OF THE, stories which, bave filtered through to -Oltawa, the veterans didn't like idea of "home saldfcrz" bossinp Middle Aged Are Here Told the Best Remedy "for Thejr Troubles. V througb. t] period of liTe, being forlj.six of age ai tbe tjmplonifi iucident'to that chuigc nci so was hard .for Jne'.to'do my Ljdir. E. Pink, Vegetable. Coinpotiiid. WM recommended to mo u Jdr iy ttoiblci.-whicli (Isorely, prored betler.-abd ctrpnger In ugu tha critical. nd had all t condition, m the bnl rvncdy to be.' UeeJ tafclnr it, uid tha II. 9M Napoleon St., Fremont, OWo. Worth H-TCT, E. Plnkhim's bleCoic pound rolorcd ray health after everything had Trhen duD.-jcol life. There nothing lilcc il lo overcome the trying FUBMU Iiiii.tiBai 197, Keith HITCO, Conv Admiral Wll_son's was .-not of- tuera Somc ot flcfal, the delegation which rnld m lhe finally signify no armistice, aa ac- ceplej yet reached tho Al- lied.lines. the my.( life I -thought I. could detect a- Ytrtne in a censorship. I 'waa "reasoning thai j afler all it.was a good'.thinj to have a; feeling tliat they bad righted on check on just such information as had "you see what we are been foisted off on Artinjral. Wilson iind rbyself vraen n from New-York .was'handed hje.asXInE for Washlnglon had an- nounced that our proma- lure. "The only lime a censorship might hare functioned to the advantage of a newspaper Iiad not. i. "I called oil .Admiral Wilson and la.ld iny cards llic table, explBlnih'E lhat tbe only tan- asset association is 'its reputation ..for. accuracy and its de- i pehdabilily. i.l appreciated lhat ho Jiad'acted Iri'goodJ'faUfi, buCeiplalned [the" "neccosily c-uui- plete slalementtlo our clients oE vhat had'happenedj -'The signed slalement: by the admiral, which the United Press carried, was-lhe result. I i like .to say Incidenlally that In making i the slalement the .admiral was fully [conscious-.of ,the seriousness of bis 5wn position, for n moment jsoiisht to cover lilniselc at our ei- pense.' dirt not l-non- al lhat lime lhat bulletin correcting the first state- ment had been-held up by the Amer- ican censor for niaiiy hours, resulting Jo the United standing on Its first bulletin for h'o'ura Rfter the cor- recUoa had been receive! by Ibe Am- erican censor in New York because Lhe correction was not delivered to us- 'I rKd knoK, however, tlml tho flnel bulKUn had cleared the French cen- Ihoiierr not otllclal. I sought Ihc reason for HilS; from the head of tho French Bureau at Brest, Capt. :y. From llim I learned that the news of the. armistice had reached the qffice suf- ficiently ahead of my bulletin .to. al- low the celebration (here. In .tlte. eicilement hiy.-.nrsent message' Vas shot to N'ew York, and iiore. than ivo Kpurs later th'e operator..pcthought- litciaelf and sent the messiige'to.tho.c'efisorl'l ''Fly that I.have been1 lolrt Ihat fterC'.was qnllo some parly inidcr discussing Ihe situation Hon. Mr. Crecar said: "In view ot lha ireat scarcity of caltle and ItveBloct ol all kinds Jn Europe, and became Lh'e t- demand .for llyestoclc and live- l products of ail kinds sure to'' continue lor eoine years at least, 1l k farmers and livestock' men of Canada la -maintain 1 RETURNING MEN Dp NOT TAKE KINDLY TO HOME SOLDIERS The arrival of yeace Jias crealcd new condillona In Ihc exporl ot meat their breeding export market will cqnllnuc absorb firni prices. AS. pared with the prices for. all agricultural protlncts, every! pound of improve their herds and flocks by using even greater care in the' selec- tion of lhe sire.1' of Women's Shoes In PINKHA1 DTDIA1 VEGETABLE record tJis LYCTA E.PWKMAM MECtClWE CO. LYHH.' lhe hoys reluming from overseas lhe Idea o[ being "bossed" Io6 much now JLal war !s by.a lltllc slory of vhat occurred at the mi If ax slalion tha other day when men from the' steamship Annllanla being placed on bound for inland polnla. The story TCRS relaied by an official of tbe nillltU dnparf- me n't. as an IHuslrailoji. he safd. o! the difficullios vrliich arc t'lc LnuJllns tiio j tng men bpcdiiso of inelr feeling lhal l :lhe jHey have ;becn under-! in tbc past should be liftoj now lhal i the ia ended. A detachmepl of jwlicc, many of ihcnf men who had not becri. placed BL Lbe Rla- whUe the ttldfarj Hurlbut-Welt Cushion Sole for Children The- Shoeman Phone 151-2 506 3rd A ve- South ;