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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1918 J Ictbbriboe Deralb 'Icthbrtboc, Hiixctn DAILY AND WEEKLY snd.Pubilihera THi LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED 6lh Strtlt South. Lelhbrldfl. W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance Buitoss Minat" TELEPHONES iuilnns Office Editorial Otfio 125: 1224 Subscription Hater Bally, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per year Dally, by mail, per year Vj'eokly, by mall, Weakly, By mall per year to U.S..J300 .H ..H.BI ..J5.0I ..5160 "The Freedom of the Seas" "Rule flritannta, Britannia rales the waves, Dritons never, fieror, shall ie slaves.'' In the words of this pop- ular refrain condensed Import of ino phrdBO "Tuo Freedom of the us it concerns the llrltlsh Em- Tbe second point In President plre. fourteen potats, It It ono on tat IISTS been fon-sd on the Prealdenl by tie fliera reaMles1 ol 'wUoi (he States entered. lulo'll. Blilonl anil his people, Jiopn1 what Uie supremacy ol the. BrltlKi- fleet, Id beloi; to oiert Its rigliu la llriio of wr. without belns Bhack- led In tho cicrelss o[ Ihoso rlg'ala, ineaut. This is acknowledBOd by the ......_._______....... American jwpple al largo. So far as which dJBtuselou "runa the Urlta'ln'fi rlfihla of the seas go no m- coLtroversy ttnie, and round which luucli lu Peace Con- press Uilt Is It looks fair lo bo a subject ot no llltls contention. 'The Freedom of the at least, is tniperlecUy understood, and iu Can. lous opposition can bovexpocled from tho United Slates at the Hence Con- gross. The "Freedom ol the Seas" Is one 11 U another In nee Britain haa ipfiuooce In' the command of tile seas. She liaa ruled thing In peace time. llmo of ivar. In tdi where colloquially speaking, most j Hie waves for the benetlt ol humanity, iiates ol eiiiliy or suliscrlpllous ap- pear on address label. Accept- >nce ot papers alter eipirallou Jute ll sur authority to continue tha sub- scription. understood. Many attempts j ,s the policy of hive been made to define the exact freodom ot the BCES bo an estab- meaning of tha phrase. Perlups the I llshed one, and tho clsws of Ins Brit- nosl concise definition Is that ot A. I lion bcco" Bcltlsn sea PW..V, H. Police, the distinguished naval en-. aEj lbe Emplre danger, tic, wlio Germany was defeat- ed largely because at the last shs In Britain's sea, "power, Merclstd without trammel In war. are liullt up was effectively beslejed by EM. Had the traditions of our Empire. In these hB; are enshrined .tho glorious memories neutral. lo supply her, the f KovBIli 0, year. REASON FOR JOHN BURNS' RETIREMENT Jobn Hurns. Uie once prominent English labor leader, refused to war mtght have continued aiwther _ Napier, an.j those gajlanl sea g Napier, an. ose gan s Had all supplies, especially Jogs wjio have made the name of Brl- frora America, been slopped from the lain who have renowned. NOE-combitant lons trading wilh er afford to forego ihe seas. It bas times of stress. Tho Empire can nev. of and emergency. Several Marriages In the Com- Penonal Htmg (From Our 'Own COALDALB, Dec. til haa made preparation, for Ihe- annual Xnas. tree, a lael minute nut. llevmr, It li eipecled that Ihe trw will be ionhcoinlog aa nuka! and than UBotl The many ot Mr. and A. Jlltehell will be glad to know that their BOO, JOB. illtchell, who iran ported caised, In on the hteh rwd to good tiMllh acaln and-1s anliclpillBj going wllh the Canadian army, of oc- cupation Ic-Germany. MltchaUi another ton, h bact again among 111. We aro (lad to eee bul CharHe feela dliau- polnted that tie did not get oVeraeaa but was held up to long In Toronto, that tho war was stopped before got his chance. Pte. Gauinack, reported gassed weeks ego, la now moved lo a Cana- dian HosHllal anj is making encour- aglag" progress toward recovery. Two popular young Coaldala people lest Battersea In the British elections. nls cost Europe .and Ameri- j when we understand this It -Is e'asy J- L Ho slates lbe r.iftsoa why In these aentences: "At a large, representa- tive, and lo me a very kindly meeting al which I was present in Bstlersea Town Hall on Xovember 17 1 was ask- ad: 'Would you promise to become a jnenib'er" ol the Labor party, obey liolr whips, and cocstlrutton, Lcc'ept their program, and comply with. fiy hilllonl'0 realize the Insistence made by our i ,h jleadlne seamen rn the retention of .f the seas (he anclollt ol Great Britain on the seas. What we htve It la for Mos at-kea Those the -'they iet away ftom all this: ary tQ Thoso tn-tmG I snt present treat. Ihe Armed i irosEUt' the monarch to his i The total "amoun't of butter setpred Cragg again inn V j.lirCintda for tie'British give us more message as i come io wbai'is known as fouii he can. 'At tie. close of. the utrality when, in 1780, was pounds, p.ccordlngvtora Ben-ice lie pastor's -infant -eon was irk, s'weden, -Holland statement Issued hy the Alberta of- baptized. themselves to tice.of ihe Canada Food Board. The we are hopfng-to be able to enjoy UBioE. "The Ottawa Journal'. Press, defy Britain's sea power. BriU'n was order was In effect from September i a-goort cdccalfonal eiterlalnment ev- siys It zaint be bard for ball players at liaf with to ery two week3Laiter New Year's. The sjilln and ice 'American Colonies, but, fore tie armiatica was slgnen. -A professional caaeoaii player h'aa a Blrite In an American shipyard hecanse won't Join .tha .to accept mere nnlon wagw. The New York Sun remarked that paid for this butter it Montreal be or great'-nsc to visiting the whole >orld in arms and rfk shall, was eenb per pound or total leclBrers, as well as the local leach- shoct Britain, stood truo to of Dnrlng tie war 12.spies were shot would-like lo see conference of the community leaders to discuss ,__________ ______ basis. i want our community to be worlhy of bur children. too German ofrJcer who regret- ihe'ratlf .aaursuslained her rights U) Jed that lie German Lbel had lo to taUml" of London, according 16 -jje EoclaHsing of.our, community life. surrendered being beileu un- (Q ja'tst times ire have the a report now current- Two women our soclal'-llfe program knowingly expressed tie Benlimanls Hague Conference; ..called by spies were sentenced to" Is on a very hit of every English and American sailor, (o lerms. _I k In reality to curtail Britain's Xa- the women, Lizzie Worth re- Speaker Lowthw, ot the rMUBB this Conference the as very dangerous, .was tried House of Commons end his am, Ma-, hand 'of Germany, was manifest. A, in company with a man named How- JOT Christopher Loirther, have bott jcode_oniws was drawn up which fet-! made the "blockade and Scotland and obtained In- dastrov nrlzes: fofhiatlon regarding the movements without hringing them into Ibe'prize of lie British Inlormatlon and to place mines In the aeo. however. It Is declared, never reached were the days when, the states- Germany, men at the helm In Britain foolishly BALMORAL HLOCK...FIFTH STREET, LETKBRIDGE been elected to the British Honie of 1 Conoicmo for adjoining Beits In Com- Germany to berUuid. Tits k a raticr unlqae clr- cumslance. They hare been ulng lie airplane trnated, and were billing lo play a. policy of concession to Germany- with a view to "creating amicable relations. hi the British elections- A London member who la seeking re-election told of his first eiperiance of lie nsei-V1 ODjCOme o t s con ere nee was of an aeroplane In happily, never r'ecelied the as' rtcent'Sunday his opponeal flew to ssnt of tho Brltlsa Parliament- How. the constituency, .landed-'on !ta chief .ever, when the present war broke out, .nojlV'b'y distributing eleelion laaneta ani iron'ore, the raw material timing tie crowd wblch'lud gnas and eiploslves, poured Into 'anrand his machine Germany with results now too well ..-____ known. The. government "That; salaries pild tofelciere In tbs rnrml elementair schools of "lie Prov- .Inc'e "of averaged per und" that the'lowest salary ANGLICAN St. Cj-prliin's Church Car. 11tri Street and 8th Avo. South Rtv. Canon W. V. MtHlllBH, B.A, Rector o! Holy Communion at 11] o'clock Service. Matins. 11 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes p.m. Baptism. 1 Evening Song at 7.30 p.m. CHUIST1AN SCIENCE The Forum, .which fjras conducted throughout last wlntfr' with consid- erable eucccsa, will reopen for Ihe coming winter at theVSLarland Thea- tre tomorrow, when Ibd speaker will be W. A. Buchanan, M.P. on "Davlces of War In Times of'JPeace." It Is anticipated that a good crowd will bo present for tho opening day. Other speakers will be announced shortly. ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Cor.-2nd Ave. ind 8th Street South Rev. Canon J. E.Murrell-Wright, M.A., Rector. Services: 8 a.m., 11 a.m. T.30 p.m. Even Song, 7.30. p.m. CHRISTIAN "SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block. 7th Street S- :''.Eilndav' "tt Subject: "God, the Preserver ot Man." Sunday School convenes at the close of the Sunday TnOrninE service.- Wednesday Oenlng, Testimony 01031 Ing ot 8 p.m. -The reading room Is open dairy ei- cept Sun'lnya and legal holidays, from 1 to 5 p.m. Here, the'Hihlo and author- Izcil Christian may be read, borrowed or purchased. The public la corilltUly Invllcd lo at- icnil the-church also to visit ths'rcadlpg room. LONDON. Dec. Chancellor Bonar Law, speaking Glasgow yesterday, atler AUUHJI. J UK i JJl ,-ii. .if I IJoyd put an end the peace fqnanbllng. following the to this, and victory lo our arm's was Napoleonic wars, said that was not KTMtlr accelerated thereby. coing to happen now. One thing at---------- Chan. A. irayden, formerly news ''editor of tha Calgary Canadian, be- comes managing the Calgary accelerated t In support of Germany's Interest In the peace conference which lie nopeo the "Freedom of the have would be Imposed on tne cnomy wOujd Mly lo Qnote the following view PI be to7 tee that we dealt fairly wiln BAPTIST FlrM Baptist Church Corner.9th Ave. and 3rd Ave. S. Rev F W- Oafoe, B.A., Pastor ;At 11 a.m. Subject: "Christian Fellow- Su'nday School and Pastor's Class at 12.10. Al 7.M Subject. "An Ideal Home.' Song Service at 7.15. "Forsake not the assemhllne of your- selves together as the manner, cf some MKTHODIST Wosley Church Rev. Chas. E. Craga, B. O, Pastor. SL S. PRESBYTERIAN Knpx Chucli :Corner'-4th AVI. Rev. Capt A. H. Rev. W. F. Burna, Acting Pwtw- Regular- servlce-1 morning at 11 and evening at 130. 1 10 a.m.: Boya Departmenl- Z.30 a.m. BI? Siitem' Blhle CUM.1 2.00 p.m.: Dig Clasi. 2.45: Other Departments of Sunday School. I p.m.: CllM. THE UNITED CHURCH-OF HOW OF SILKINE ARE IN OUH SHOW. WINDOW? Rylanls d Co. are gltlng away a Fur Coat worlb Jlafl.pO Free for the nparejt estimate.; Also three othir valujblo prlzM.'I A coupon with every sale ol or over. fe'y