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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' FRIDAY} DECEMBER 13, 101� ..THE LEtHBRIDGF- DAILY HERALD PAGE NINrf^i' : ' Tlie GJfeat War yeteratys Concert �t tlie Colonial .Sunday evening p^qte-Isoa to tiettUo best .thl8'sfeasdli.' Th,^ Wesley cliolv under direction of Claude Hufflies will givo good huni-' .bers. Mra.fJi; Jl;.5,K6|lnedy, ,i M^rssrs, ji trrsanbaoh "and Ryg'l; Will pa^.tlcipate. 'J �^Uh'tlitff'patrlotin'reaaiijffB a most ex-��"(Jellflut'coiioor't.will*tie glveui A silver*] IcpUecUon In aid ot llio G. W. V. A.. n |l�'imd will bo;taJj^n at.tUe door, . : Rov. P. H. Wentworth, ot St, John, ,f |l,B,", has b'^on'caBe4 ^o tUe pastorate �t the Quebec Baptist church. LEAGUE OF NATIONS WILL DEVELOP ONLY AFTER MANY YEARS iBIKMINGHAM, Englarid. Dec. iS^Whtle expi'esalng: his earnest desire to see a league of nation^ �latiib((8hec eubstances in a form that Is not Injurious to the weakest digestion. -Fot the eaalentand-mostpleasurajjle way to-obtain Just the riuhl kind or noiirfshment the body needs, drink Codita. Vor'the beet and quickest rcaulb Uitnk Canaa't Pjm:e�i.i)n_'Coco�. . . .:: , ......., Cocoa- Perfediion Brand" fViresi and Best Xrmtmhir, ftr th) hit tnd lurttt riiuUt rdtr ihii tnmd. 99 THE LETHBRIDGE FOFt THE WINTER SESSION - SUNDAY, DEC. 15th ' ,AT STARLAND THEATRE, 3.30 P.M. ' � SPEAKER! W. A. BUCHANAN;!. P. subject: "DEVICES OF WAR IN TIMES OF PEACE" ADMISSION FREE THAT FALSE ARMISTICE REPORT None'Of us-have forgotten fte United Press illspatdi annwinclng thiat. the ftimlritice had noon . signed, -a weel^ before the event actually occurred. All America coleliratert and the United Press' reinitation went down' to zero.. rt now appears that an American officer has assumed- the responsibility. He says he giave the United Press the tip in good fai'th. Here .Is tlie e-vpJanatloff from the President of the Unittjd Press; "I arrived in Brest,on the morn'ing of November 7, expecting to start for "home on a traneport," said Mr; Howard. "I called upon Gen. Harries, in the ,oxt;�'eTn* conservation of all larmiy antfiiiffvy; Wfioiu^ls in such maitters, ABItpH^'tl^oj, fX^i^in\}. if 1 might use the aispatch. . � . " 'CeHtalnly, jfc'O alicad,' replied the fldmlratl. ' f'l stiggested tio Ihe admiral that t would' prftbably encounter some lln-Buistlc dlf?icblti0.?, and asked if Bn-High ScliarjiJs.-inlglil accompany me to get my ififl^)e off. To this he readily a'B'Be'nted,fai)d after l had itypefl a ver-batini.,eopy;vs was official, had not been ofticially announced ana Being fully . reassured, ImWing were . absolutely unsendable. I was not -worried because I felt sure that unless Admiral, WlWon's information ..-wasvofflclal, my dispatch had died on J the Brest censor table. I merely fil-ie'^.^thfe corrfebtion as a niatter of ; "The next;-morning' I learned that Adfailral Wllsion's bulletin was not official, and^|i|�t the delegation.which finally sl^fi&tthe armistice, as accepted hadi_ME" yet reiachea the Allied, lines. vMfr the fiifl^iinie.'I^ my, lite I thougiSir Ifoauld ' will be raffled' at the ' CJfrnival on Saturday Night by the. OF KNOX CHURCH: Oae-halt of the proceeds will go to the Carnival Fund for the Soldiers' Kiddies. ' v, � TICKETSv-- 5pc May lie had from any one oif, tlie "Big-Sisters." J- Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii This Chri^mas, May we suggest that you select for gifts,- articles of lasting value- which the recipient might otherwise need to buy. In normal times, gifts that are merely luxuries are in keeping with the Christmas spirit-but until normal conditions follow peace,they are wasteful. Ypull Find It Easy to Seledl A Useful Gift in This Store * SUITS DRESSING g6wNS BATH ROBES SMOKING JACKETS NECKWEAR >KERCHIEFS >ERWEAR SWEATERS SWEATIR COATS OVERCOAT' GLOVES MUFFLERS HOSIERY SHIRTS PYJAMAS HATS-CAPS. SHOES FUR-LINED GLOVES SILK PYJAMAS SILK SHIRTS TRAVELING BAGS * GARTERS SUSPENDERS ARMBANDS BELTS CUFF BUTTONS^ LOUIS KEEL 318 Fifth Street South ' Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx and Fashion Craft Clothes and The Florsheim Shoe. "'�^-v I were entraining, and evidently, from stories which, have filtered through to Ottawa, the veterans didn't like the- Idea of "home soldlera" bossing tbem. Some of the fellows organized' a raid on the unfortunate military "cops", and their ^ rifles were taken away, from them, tie bayonets detach-li. ed BDd thrown away and the rifles . ^"^tne ]janMdba,*ave a ' - - - - - �i^^yf J feeling ,that they j check on just such iutorination'as haa jUistlce. "Tou se been foisted off on Admiral Wilson ,j|ainst^.. said an Wbmeiv, Are Here Told the Best Remedy 'for Tke^r Troubles. �nc ympiomoiinciflent to mat onange - neat Hasnes,-, ner'i'oireQe8S/rtfaa:wa*in a general rundown condition, J BO i,t washardilor'ine.todo my work." Lydl'l* B.-�Pmk"\ h�m'a:Veget�tlciC6mpo\ma wmsTebotainended tp ma�. the best remedy for 1117 troi>blos,\7liioh-it surely proved v to be. I,feel betterI'and-etrpnger in everj"'\yay-'Biiice-iaking .it, Ue.Oompound reatored my health after everything'else through ohanireot life. Tfii bad failed vrhen paMlng-throng-b cbanjfeotlife. U notbln; like it to' overcome the tryin) -"I did know, however, that the first bulletin Irad cleared the French censor eVen -tliougli' not official. I sought the reason for this, from the head Of the French Bureau at Brest, Capt. Gambey. Kroni him I learned that the news of itlie. armistice had reached the cable^and .ceha'brshlp qttice sufficiently ahead of my bulletin to al-low t1ie celebration to.g^t';npder;Way there, ; In tlte excitement my-Wrgeint message .^va9 shot throhglpi'to  > New Yt^rk, and more;,.thian. two h'oUrs-later the operator; .bethought - litmsielf - and 8�nt the message-^itbthe censorial ! "By that .tlmtijvrwoll, I.Iiave heerf. told' that -ftere.vVraa quite some liarty' under way!" HETUBNING MEN DO NOT TAKE KINDLY TO HOME SOLDIERS had righted an in-see what we are up official of'^.the mili- tia department today Vheh, kpeaking THE FUTURE OF THE, � , ; LIVESTOCK INtJUSTRY �i� �-- The arrival ot peace haa created new conditions in "the export of meat and produce and sorfie uncertainty in the minds of Canadian farmers as to future markets. . .Inforrnktion in the hands of i^on. T; A, Crerar, minister of agriculiure, convince^ 'him. that the export market w|lV continue to absorb at firm prices, as. compared with the prices for-all  other agricultural products, every-, pound of beef, bacon and other anliPal pro-, ducts, that Canada can snpplyi I In discussing the situation kon. Mr. Crerar said:- "In view of the gr��t scarcity of cattle and Hvegtock of ^1 p! kinds Jn Europe, and because ,of thie * great demand for livestock and llve-J^jtii ftock products of all kinds rare to^ continue for some years at least, am going to ask, the farmers and;*: livestock men ot Canada to maiata!atlirh^lj j^h? soldiers ;