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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY PAGE VElNS CONCERT The Groat War Veterans Concert t the Colonial Sunday evening prom to be tho bent this Tho Wesley choir undor direction of riiiudo Hughes will give Rood num llrsmibach and Hygi will tlNTimtrlotln readlngB a most cx cellimt concert he A silver collection In aid of tlio Fund will ho takf n at the Kov of has beon called to the pastorate of the Quebec Baptist LEAGUE OP NATIONS WILL DEVELOP ONLY AFTER MANY YEARS explaining his earnest desire to see a league of Austen Chamber member of war In an address here last night warned his bearers of the diffi culties of the task set na tions of the It could not be accomplished In a long time he anj pr9bably would Only come as the result of slow growth of many oil se I FOR THE WINTER SESSION SUNDAY DEC AT STARLAND SPEAKER SUBJECT DEVICES OF WAR IN TIMES OF PEACE ADMISSION FREE THAT FALSE ARMISTICE REPORT the nxtretnij conservation of all nnny ttfftclals In such if I might use the replied the Cutwda Food Strength lifts grtatttt aistli trt Health mnit Strtnglh and then tx iiliHct btcmts Humtn tlw of i fraille to cllmitlc Tliln BUblMt rcqulren HUnllon If and rr to contlmnlly mini mctliod of prraerjlnc liftlth ii to ronminw food which iiroducn fcad which iroJuco hnltll In tint hlih ronUlnii Irotelnn nil COCOA U llnuld footl whtn mlird with ill thene In n form thAt not tnjurluun to the irrtkeflt YHT to obuln the rlnht Mini of thi body drluli Vor ftnd quickest rrsulla drink Perfection and Best THE LETHBRIDGE Nono of UK have forgotten Un ited 1ross dispatch amiminclng that tho tirmifltlcc had been a event actually occur All relohraled and the United IriHH reputation went down 0 Tt now appears that an Am irlcaii officer has assumed the respon lie says he ifave tho United IIOKKthe tip in Rood Hero Is explanation from tho President of ho 11 n Hod Props I arrived In the morning of November expecting to start for homo on a said Mr How I called upon in command of the mllilary short ly after in and was at Army that I first heard that nit armistice had been This was only which not be though I found that the French military and Ihn 1ocal Ia al so had heard tho Itwas later in tho four oclockwhen Major Fred formerly news editor of the Washing ton ami I called upon Admiral Just as 1 was introduced to the admiral one of his KnHlgn came Did give to him Hie ad miral asked KiiKign replied tho Cou durln was not by the Is publisher of La responded the did you leave it Ensign Sellnrds suid he did and the admiral then told him to take it leave With anybody who wafl in and tell him to an iraunce All this time I was wondering what As the ensign was about to leave the room the admiral turned to Major 1 look and said Its all The armistice was signed today at eleven an4 hostilities ceased at two The American troops have taken is that official asked the replied The if he was t I suggested ff Hi admiral that I would lln nulstlc and asked if Kn NlKn Bellards mlRlit accompany me to cot mycable To this ho readily and after I had typed a the admirals dispatch the meMMP Ued at the cable office by messenger from LR the meantime the Marine nnnd wan givln regular after jioon concert on thplaza in front of the admirals Adiniral Wilson called an copy of his and told him to give it to the bandmaster and tell him to put i some life Into his The band master glanced nf Hie message and had It readto th crowd by musl iclam who spoke From your knowledge of whai occurred you ran imagine what occurred there am ong the excitable Fremh As I to the oifice of La Depeche the Htroets were thronged with excit ed French men ami hugging and kissing every American soldier or sailor they could When T filed my bulletin 1 had lit i He idea that it would reach New York ahead of the filing from Paris I knew the story would break in Paris first and I knew our men were set flor My only thought was to back dp the Later I filed very brief story on the street scenes in I While I was at dinner that even Ing with some army officers unother officer came to our table and said that the French army people were saying the armistice announcement not officially I went immediately to AdmiralWilson s of but it was so I went to Armv Headquarters and there learned that while the was believed to be thearmy had received no official I then located Admiral finding him at dinner with the French Admiral in command at 1 j found that he had received later word 1 that his dispatch was not offIc al He not still be lieving the riewe was I I immediately sent another dis uatch stating Admiral Wilsons mesiage was tfot official and was not iimmiiiHHiiiiimnininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiii This Christmas May we suggest that you select for articles of lasting which the recipient might otherwise need to In normal gifts that are merely luxuries are in keeping with the Christmas until normal conditions follow peace are wasteful Youll Find It Easy to Seledl A Useful Gift in This Store SUITS DRESSING GOWNS BATH ROBES SMOKING JACKETS NECKWEAR HANDKERCHIEFS UNDERWEAR SWEATERS SWfcATER COATS OVERCOAT GLOVES MUFFLERS HOSIERY SHIRTS PYJAMAS HATSr SHOES FURLINED GLOVES SILK PYJAMAS SILK SHIRTS TRAVELING BAGS GARTERS SUSPENDERS ARM BANDS BELTS CUFF BUTTONS I Wtas annoyed 1 particularly The French an during ing his dispatch to La I I twice repeated Major Cooks inquiry as to whether the news was and being fully knowing MatteM that official nad not be en oilciai y i LOUIS KEEL 318 Fifth Street South Home of Hart Schaffner Marx and Fashion Craft Clothes and The Florsheim N will be raffled at the Carnival on Saturday Night by the OF KNOX CHURCH Onehalf of the proceeds will go to the Carnival Fund for the Soldiers TICKETS 50c May be had from any one of tho Big Admiral Wilsons was my dispatch had died on the Brest censor I merely fil the correction as a matter or The next morning I learned that Adtairal Wilsons bulletin was not of the delegation which finally signefcthe armistice as ac cepted had fliE yet reached the Al lied the first Hime in were and from stories which have filtered through to the veterans didnt like the idea of home soldiers bossing Some of the fellows organized a raid on the unfortunate military cops and their rifles were taken away from the bayonets detach ed thrown away and the rifles JJgQ T OUU IT life I could dettfct a virtue handed Having done this the I was reasoning newiy arrived soldiersgot on the train frrt hilVft ft m11 iVifur tirlrl rlcrhfoH Pill Itl feeling Uiat they had righted an You see what we are You see what we are up said an official of the mill Middle Aged Are Here Told the Best Remedy for Their was ptuulq through the critical Mriod of liTei being fortysix years of age and bad all the incioent to that change beat and in a general inn down eo was bardfor do my Lydln Pink barns Vegetable Compound was recommended to mo H the best remedy for my which it surely prored to I feel bettor and Btrpnger in everyway since taking and the annoying symptoms nave dlsap 8SS Napoleon North PlnUhams We Compound restored my health after evorythlnpelsa had failed when passing through change of nothing like it to overcome the trying North m after all it was a good thing have check on just such information as had been foisted off on Admiral wnson and myself when a delayed cable from tla department today speaking New York was handed m fWklng for more as Washington had an nounced that our bulletin was prema The only time a censorship might have functioned to the advantage of a newspaper bad I immediately called on Admiral Wilson and laid my cards on the explaining that about the only tan gible asset of a press association Is reputation for accuracy and its de appreciated that he had acted in good but explained the necessity of my com plete statement to our clients of what had The signed statement by the which the United Press was the I would i like to say incidentally that In making the statement the admiral was fully conscious the seriousness of his own yet never for a moment sought to cover himself at our ex I did nol know at that time that my bulletin correcting the first state ment had been held up by the Amer ican censor for many resulting iu the United Press standing on its first bulletin for Hours after the cor rection had been received by the Am erican censor in New York because the correction was not delivered to did that the first bulletin had cleared tho French cen sor even though not I sought i the reason for this from the head of the French Bureau at From him 1 learned that the news of tho s armistice had reached the cable nnd censorship office suf ficiently ahead of my bulletin to al low the celebration to get under way In the excitement my urgent message was shot through to New and more titan two hours later the operator bethought himself and sent tho message to the censor 1 By that 1 have been1 told that ftere was quite some party undor way THE FUTURE OF THE LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY The arrival of peace has created new conditions in the export of meat and produce and some uncertainty in the minds of Canadian farmers as to future Information in the hands of min ister of convinces him that the export market will continue to absorb at firm com pared with the prices for all other agricultural every pound of bacon and other animal pro that Canada can In discussing the situation Crerar said In view of gTMt scarcity of cattle and livestock of all kinds in and because of great demand for livestock and live stock products ot all kinds sure to continue for some years at 1 am going to the farmers and livestock men of Canada to maintain their breeding operations on a war time to properly finish all feed ing and to conserve all good breeding and to still further improve their herds and flocks by using even greater care in Nlec tion of the the record for ilia 9 IYDIA MCD1CINE UETURNING MEN DO NOT TAKE KINDLY TO HOME SOLDIERS the boys returning from overseas dont like the idea of being bossed too much now that tha war is ip illustrated by a little story of what occurred at the Halifax station the other day when men from the steamship Aquitania were being placed on trains bound for inland The story was related by an official of the mililla depart as an he of the difficulties which are the handling tlio return ing men of tholr famliiig that the restraint they have been in thu nuKi be lifted now that j the war is A detachment of j military many of them men who had not1 placed at the sta vrfter while thu 3WINNERS3 Womens Shoes HurlbutWelt Cushion Sole for Children The Plume 1512 506 3rd AveSouth ;