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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR She THE LGTHBRItxm DAILY HERALD Freedom of the Seas Hltxrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Publishers tKTHBRIOQC HEHALD INQ LIMITED MS Wh Street Buchanan President and Managing Director fohn Tor ran co Business Manager TELEPHONES Office 1252 Office Subscription Rates per ppr year by per year Rule Britannia rules the Britons shall be In the words of this pop ular retrain to condensed Jmport of the phrase The Freedom of the as it concerns the British Era The second point In President Wilsons fourteen It is one on which runs atrong at the present and round which much controversy In Peace Con ees that is to be It looks fair to be a subject of no little The Freedom of the at la imperfectly and in Lifa f but have been forced on the PreftMen by the storn realities of war wbei the States entered into tho sldcnt and his people soon what Uio supremacy at the Brfti in being Able to exert Its In timo of without being shack led in Uio oiorclse of those This is acknowledged by the American ptpple nt So far as Britains rlfihts of tho sens go no set Ions opposition cnn beexpected from tho United States nt the Peace Con The Freedom of the Seas Is one thing In pence It Is another In time of In peace Britain haa exorcised a benign Influence In the command of Uie She haa ruled nda TV colloquially most tho waves for the benefit of of us are landlubbers It ie very and has at no time tyrannized infer ior In time of war the situ ation is Let the policy of the freedom of tho fieas bo an estab prely Many attempts have bsen made to define the exact IWI rein i nf v mi aaimu by per year of tae Perhaps the lifhed and the claws of the Brit by mall per your to most concise definition is that of lion boeonTe immediately i the distinguished naval cri ljrlltlsj1 8ea power becomes iates of expiry of subscriptions ap pear daily on address Accept ance of papers after expiration date is authority to continue the sub REASON FOR JOHN BURNS RETIREMENT John the once prominent English labor to con test Battersea in the British He states the reason why In these sentences At a representa and to me a very kindly meeting at which I was present in Battersea Town Hall on November 17 I was ask yon promise to become a member of toe Labor obey who sivys Germany was defeat ed largely because at the last she anil tho Empire is in in Britains sea nerciatd without trammel In are built up was effectively besieged by Had the traditions of our EntpireT In these neutrals been free to supply the nre enshrined the glorious memories of Howard of and those gallant aea dogs who have made the name of Brl Irom been stopped from the tain The Empire can nev er afford to forego ite prerogative of ihe It has been its sure shield n times of stress and ennersenov Germany has cost Europe and Amort wo understand this It Is easy can millions of lives and fifty billion to realize the insistence made by our If this is freedom of the seas Ielciine seamen rn the retention of war might have continued another Had all especially first it would have been over long Noncombatant trading with Marriagts In MM ttcnu fM demle haa made preparation for annual a last minute it is expected that the tree will be forUumnlng at ntMl and than URMI good cheer win be ia eri it has been a costly the ancient of Great Britain 1 on the What we have It Is for What the Freedom of the us to in spite of the machina as contained in the would have meant to us had it been an estab tions of continental powers seek to assail our which their and sign the polcy can be easiy their and comply with j Its application In those early days their conditions While sharing moat of Uie ideals of the Labor en dorsing their practical and gen erally approving their I could not comply with such a of war cannot but give us The British Empire owes not only its but ita power and pros perity to the fact Britain being Mistress of the In the historv I do not believe In political indentnr of wars Powerhas always beat ed A war against militarism en 3snd powerful grasp of and for freedom must not end kn trident has proved an effectual of La bor often criticizes the subserviency ICKED UP IN FOR THE BD9Y MAN of the members elected by the old llna with the yoUtlcal bnt It would appear that la political action labor The death of Anns McGregor occurred at Winnipeg following a par alytic McGregor wag 81 that grip is loosened we part company years old and was the mother of war for our Once alytic McGregor wag bulwark that has sus tained us for Giro the Freedom of the Seas its literal in The less strings terPretatlon and the rivet of Britains attached to a public nian tha better aptness is of the public he will It is evident that the old parties determined to get rid of Union Government Honi Motherwell was oppos ed Gorernment from the be He had no sympathy with Those who understand his proju his 40US western repre of the food board and the well known livestock at time ac countant at tbe Canadian The HMOT of and Mitchell will be glad to know that their who wan re ported Is on the high road to good health again and Is anticipating rolng with the Canadian army of oc cupation to another to now ack again among We are glad o see bnt CharMe feels dlsap wlnted that he did not get oteweat ut was held up so long In the war was stopped before ha got his reported gassed reeks Is now moved to a Cana tan Hospital and making encour ging progress toward Two popular young Coaldale people oined their destinies last when Roger Lund married Misa Bo tart Of we have been expecting and now these young people hare the beat wishes of the community with Thecustomary charier wns given on Wednesday night and everybody feels quite tickled with Bank died of Another popular couple took us by surprise and got married last Ramsey married M 1st Stenabaugh of Mfea Stena hangh is a slater of wife of our late school con gratulate them young people and give them our best It cerau good to see SnggitT Btewn plowing outfit tearing up tha Coaldale been greatly ored in many ways this but thli fine openfall is a crowning Jlobertion of the Soldiers is now back at While away visiting her parents near she had the misfortune to take the bat Is now quite and Rob ertson are now In their fine new home at the Colony head The of Seas derlTes cently at Outlook gagfci a rjctjm of Jg its Ineplration from thff natlona who Spanish Longhurst was a and hopes Jo profit much from its rely more on land power than on sea prominent hockey player and was well musical talent in the near It is a direct thrust against kjaown ln Grand Forks and throughout We are watching these Water Us So much depends npon them for next Darldson was called suddenly last Saturday to 111 the supremacy which the British Emj plre lias enjoyed by reason of its fleet the Boundary Isadore Curzon of and Mercantile This ad rant who deserted from Camp age been sought to be undermtn refused to put iota to attend the funeral of her sis dices will not be surprised by If we go back in history Te with hard labor at Fprt The The thinks Mrs f tounnam is back are reminded of De Witt in the approved by Maj Hugh after a ehort trip to to the funeral of her little to rand N a McMillan paid Coaldale a tiaie attempted to force L thft doctrtne of the freedom of the at Caml lonsest ever imposed on Great Bnt Lord In order to do away with the stigma thirt since Bill Hohenzollern has been Protector scouted the audacity of the that it Is thought U connected with visit the other anxious for a place in the he at Dutch Admiral and refused to surrea the name pool rooms least should be provided with a snnny der the ancient rights or Britain on tne Provincial Pool Room Mit i I Association are asking th I Mit J n A I uovernment to have the name of A century later Frederick the act at tha The Hune think the armistice terms harsh Free Press of of his peace rme DaDy McMillan is the arrlval fil8 A century later Frederick the act changed at the next session an ancestor of the present Billiard Room Is the t is on its new site and renovated It is a the enterprise of tbe trustees A professional baseball player hag style brought the monarch to hj3 The total amount of butter secured n in Canfeda for the British Ivext we come to what is known as food under the commandeering precipitated a in an American the Armed Neutrality in was to a shipyard because wont Join the Holland statement issued bythe Alberta of and Prussia leagued themselves to fice tho Canada Pood The a mayciQpme back again and as Press give us service the pastors infant son was We are hoping to be able to enjoy nme ai war witn to November 9th two claysbe educational entertainment ev Spatn and the American fore the armistice was signed The I two New The iuo school board is buying a atereoptican The Ottawa Journal says it muat be iiard for ball to accept mere nnlon The New York Sim remarked nrtf an snoci tnent stood true to tne German naral offioer Trho regrethereelf and sustained her rights to that the German fleet had to be the refusing to be intimi surrendered without being beaten I i rieturn to later times Tie have tho 5P16 to price paid for this butter at Montreal or that will be use to visiting tocal i as wftll as the local teach the war were shot We would like to gee a conference knowingly expressed the ateT tlmes we tho a report now Two women of every English American E SS SLS i In the Interests of being commuted to long prison Speaker of the Brttlah ln realltv to curtail Britains Na One of the Lizzie reI House of Commons and his son t At thlB Conference the garded as very was tried far hand Germany was A in company with a man named Rowi jor Christopher hare both code of laws was drawn up which fet Rowlands was The been elected to the British House of the Naval Power of Great Bri couple made four Journeys between Commone for adjoining seats in Cnmtaln resard to the al London and Scotland and 9btained in lowing Germany to destroy prizes formation regarding the movements j without bringing them into the Prize of the British This and to place mines in the it is never reached Those were the days when the sates f community our social life program is on a very hit and miss We rhUd C0mmunlty be oi Thte ie rattan They have been using the Airplane men at the helm In Britain foolishly the BrlUsb A a member who IB seeking reelection a view to j told of his first experience of the use An outcome of this conference was Of an aeroplane in Oa thhet notorlous Declaration of recentSunday his opponent flew to Tent at landed on its chief when the present war broke open and Improved the shining Foreign Office decided to adopt by distributing election leaflets the with the result that his I BE PEACE I ALLIES TO OPEN AGAIN SUNDAY FILL YOUR HOME WITH MUSIC MUSIC BRINGS HAPPINESS AND INSPIRATION INTO THE In these times when brain and brawn are taxed to full when er WOrries fi the hearts of LAXATION is absolutely necessary to the welfare of the In what sphere is it more readily obtainable than in that of Music You can COME SELECT YOUR CHRISTMAS PIANO EARLYTERMS AND TIME OF DELIVERY WILL BE ARRANGED TO MEET YOUR MSIRS Player Roll you will find it us to play the following for you VICTOR RECORDS I Loves Garden of Everything Is Peaches down In Georgia Im Coming Back 18505 I We Dont Want the PLAYER ROLLS 2927 Hearts and 82044 Sylvia 203406 The Texas Fox 8667 Bluebird Grant 2927 In Dear Old Sunny Trot 2933 Im All Alone Step HERE YOU WILL FIND THE VERY BEST SERVICE HOME OF THE VICTROLA THOUSANDS OF RECORDS LIMITED Mcrour TO HOME BALMORAL FIFTH LETHBRIDGE ANGLICAN Cyprtairs Church 11tn Street and 8th South Canon Rector CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 Celebration of at 11 SulJect Preserver of oclock Service i School conveios at the close 11 Sunday Snhool and I of the morning Wednesday Tesllmony moat ing at 8 Ther rending room ts open daily ex Sundays and Insnl from Bible Classes t 4 Evening Song at last winter with consid erable will reopen for the j coming winter at Thea ire when tho speaker will I be on Devices of War In Times of it anticipated that a good crowd will AUGUSTINS CHURCH 2nd and 8th Street South Canon Services 8 11 Even BAPTIST First Baptist ihurch and 3rd Rev Pastor 3 to 5 tho Bible and author Christian Rfionce literature may he borrowed or The public la eoHifUIy Invited to at tend the cbtiroh alio to visit the reading That salaries paid to teachers in the rural elementary schools of the Proy fnce of Quebec averaged per and that the lowest salary Germany with results now too won Chancellor fionar speaking at The government Glasgow after recalling i o Lloyd George effectually put an end the peace squabbling following the manasn8 editor of tbe Calgary pong Service nt to and victory to our arms Napoleonic said that was not Albertan be present for tbe opening Other At 11 Subject Christian Fellow speakers will be announced I Sunday School and Pastors formerly news Class at editor of the Calgary bej At An Ideal METHODIST Wesley Church Jith 1 Phories Parsonape Church Study 408 Claude Director PRESBYTERIAN Knpx Charch 4th and 0th Mrtat Acting Regular services morning at 11 and evening at 10 Boya j Big Bible Big Brothers Bible Other Departments of Sunday 4 Chlceie THE UNITED CHURCH OP NORTH LETHBRIDGI greatly accelerated going to happen One thing at wag 115 per In support of Germanys interest in the peace conference which he hoped Uie Freedom of the have would be Imposed on the enemy would was to uuote tlle followine view cx be tosee that we dealt fairly with inltha Passed by one of naval command tho P there is on wtfh the French tney had been the annual convention of the Provinj one Freedom of the With the Americans there Kial Association of Protestant Teach1i3 tlle liberation of the aqa from the had been misunderstandings in the of It was pointed out tyranny of Englands out but at the bottom the ideals V 1HIUU 0J lelepUone Company may reach f 98f per and that In the Cana1 regard to President Wilsons greatest misfortunes that ever l tbe JTraedooJ of tho poiicd to tho world If Rubber Company they may go dld lhut il up tp per The mini piuw pay to office in the wai per The record If dltcreditalile to morpaciide work together with and that representatives of America and British Empire were bound to ilier to support the peace Laws announcement was loud IlK mic than Amtriua not then in the considered her economic Ht But the reality of what the Freedom of Seas would mean could not ly HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW are giving away a Fur Coat worth Free for the nearest Also three other valuable A coupon with every sale or some aoine Christian Church 3rd and 8th Oliver Pastor i 612 Seventh Street Phone 502 i j Hognlar Services j Sunday School and Wble School at i Christian SI will 12 noon Sunday School and Bible I KvoninsWorship Special music at both Spe cial thaiik aervicea will he hold on Kerby priach at HOW MANY IN THE JAR The HudgofVBay away a flftMJW Bond for the nearest NORTH LETHBRIOGE GOSPEL HALL 5th Uaptlst Church Speaker John 707 Sunday A Memorial Subject The Death of the Everybody ARMY and In 11 3 and iUinday 2 8 Corp We 2 8 Life Saying Scouts and Guards Tbc Citadel Hand in Sunday and A Hearty Wsloome to Pastor 1271 5th Phone 1689 Choir 10 Boys of tne in the 11 Morning llepinnorB and Primary De partments of the meet in tho Church Girls Department of the meet ID the Adult Department of in the Evening i Morning Topic A Growing Kvonlug Topic Tha Conversion t PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASOEMBkY Thirteenth Ptatcr 204 7th Services Sunday 11 and of will preach tomorrow at both ser ;