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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN HlvlUUJ SATURDAY, DKCKMrtrM 1-1, Ifll'S w OULD YOU 'risk ft postnge stamp to learn more about coff ee r SEAL BRAND CQFFEE and Kow to moke it f Kovvlo.equttl America's most famous 'chefs? Our Perfectly -'Made i ycu. It's. fret. Write foHL CHASE SANBORN iii'-ivou t'atiier lame. Sir .lolia Xor- ifii ;hi mnniiig i: j v.onh. relieved ii; U'L'arlni; in itic ii -lay in tvmrul munoljiiy by ,ap> luv touri iminors for ultegc-il assimii. Tin- fOuipMiuaut siiUl ;M a DKE-tJHy on Thursday Ue ussyri- iM thai Sir John voicd in fsuur of la Mug sw.iy soUtors' and sailors' OTTAWA. IW. LOK- at thu cumins of jiur- ILimeiU-is by A cmmm.iijc.i'1 Him aJili'ejisi.iJ ID in'iint minister In 1 .onJim by iln- minister of llio j tor. .Mr. Mvlghf-u Pallid in un Inler-1 I view icdiiy ihai tie felt it was oulvi just to Uic sulilkrs ovcisuas that They slu'ulJ know at the earllpft possible of tho vrimitsals H10 Koveru- UK lit so Ilia; as nuiiv of Thorn ns pos- sible will navo an opportunity ot first Kuov.leiiSL1 'o of- fereil iln'iu under the Terms or llu- nevr "The 10 liie liriuio minister "My proposal' to provincial confer- CIKB iiU'luili'd iLiiroduiMlon lu purlto- of ucvr soWli-r settlement act living powCr 'or Uic hoard in nc- ijulro by i ur otherwise lauds yrovinoe either dtroi1 or ih rough provim-lnlly lu-anls. If provtLimilt, our hoanf loMmo first for Inn- iU-tl liuio 10 lake nvor at t'ost securing luul iitivatcly. vvluno ici-ms upvrovcj liy lioartl. aho slsimice I'ov c'luliiiiieiit uml tu aJdi- assiilaneo for ue above. A echon.o of practical ninlcul- uiral otlucutluti hns bccti nmturvJ aiul 110vr Iti Asluon ami Uiiily ovcncax new lo iiuuigunilo III IfinlTU nr 1fin taking uml sailors MA U V L U I whereupon .Sir Jolm ila- V A uiu i ur ju iLe i'iattorm IlirVJUmi I Ul IUW him twite in The uyo. __ I, ihu rmouifi i-.mdidau- I In Kcr.singlou, dii'd ufioi- .in lllni'ss .DOX. liec. Djiiy >.r JO il.iys. His ividow luis says iluit :lie L'oaliliouisls tay aRreert 10 liiul m tin? tain- lliat llier n-ill secure j clenr uiajariiy. (i.Tipu. lyO Eeai5. but it can cot bo gain- 1 .taul ao party has more proved proHjeuiivea tliut ibe I.itor-i HUSSIAN GUARD ires, win liavu more seats ilian rbc Asqul-.Jii.ins, and nill be' satisfied it t.'icr liolJ SO or f U is beliersd thai J. H. Clvoes COPEXIIAUEX. Dec. Soldiers price, ihu.s glvlcg tol prefercnee work llicre. Most carofuL provision be made for testing merits of all aiuiKcLUtoiis and ouly probable aiic- L-cssful incu Approved. AHcr sottlc- isieut every possibly buppi'vislou mid eucoui-flRcriiODt, will1 lie plvcii. AIJ houipstcadiiblo land or iirovlnt'Iel ciowu laTid inudo tvv all Able province uiuy be lioiupsteailcd ami 30 iiFslataTU'e Uicrcou.umlcr plan oi avt." jSaturuuy, Iho 7lli, but llioy hud ovl- Idcnlly been nppironl lo'our U. F. A. dlroclorfi-limco llnrlr action. Wo nuBl, Ihevetoro', rousollilnlo our U, F. A..'local ucsoclailuna ivltli Ihc sut- ami labor orgauUailons to fight for o domymillc' pence uy tliq pro. Breflsivo inclboils of education, oi'KJiil- 7.ntloii and co-opemllon, und culllvalo Ibo dcYclopiuciH ot an Independent mind. Let us all remember "ilirit on onr manner ot cultivation depends. measure of our success." 'flits not only io llio soil, but to all Iho fundamental principles ol social und economic, lire, I'ltlCI) SKNIOlt, i'tMunl, West Lelkiirldgo U.K..V. Knit Socks ud Dollars witfc the Auto Knitter 1 Profitable employment it in wit or peace time Socki--Biore jocVi-Llin till I The hOBiery js booming nui] Ihe demand for llio supply. Help uu fill it but not away band knitting. UM tbo fist, reliable, modern Autu Knitter. We LAc all the sot'ks you wiih to send and pay you jirlccs. d fcui Mcarri K bit tnccuic for full or lime woiV rif ur J no iirtvjoui 1 1 MKQlli tnrtatloc tnd JOUl ctfl rflia It hraia Leildrp doicp on all html aeqiiiLV'tl in boirJ is also lo bo CToJ to purt-liase slock ayd equipment for soldier anil will provide soldier3 with uud building pisus. 20-Year Term i avuuireil as aliovo will be j sold tu sulillera on inortimtLUii plan, I ypar.-! or longer at G por L'ach Comments on Views Expressed Bya WrHeronlhe Farm st Lieilibrldgc, Dec, 12, UWIOVK FLAK r be the frailer of Uic In ibc house oi ranilldotea imineaaurablj' :helr chances during Lto laft-Uay eam- ialgDF of ihc Pnissiau Guard liavo removed laurl lo be Ifiuiled by value uot acre-j age, and suggosIM .Each tm soldier 10 pay oiuMculli 'down Srfrt Crnck by.llie Ij, itlscreilou 10 board In vcrr has been constantly ap- cases lo relieve of this .oWteaiion.' in Tho LetlibrJJge Herald, by) Board thc-n provides solOier with stock ovir friend, Mr. Duiihimi, and aod eriuipnieDi up tu fiiieen 'hundred, res flag fiom tlic town jio iuteresi for two Poisdam, where the (Jrrmail iinpcrial after S per cent', short term. As sqlj- ier improves uiay advance up to additional payable yalaco to n Der quately surrendered Available government and specially lands will, bo also made available for sale to sola- s Iben entitled 10 as- noder alvove pt-in. Soldiers Ing 113 pf Ilio danger to She Soap, washed the clothes without rubbing. She javed did other work while Sunlight did the She saved money because .Sunlight is an Sbselutcly-pyrs -sospr therefore is less used for than with ordinary soap, and less'Tvear and tear of the clothes. MUNICH, Dec. Ism appeared' in Munich openly" and officially for Ihe first last evening when.''the events in Berlin and the guilt ot IhVgov- at big meeting, -By a "small majority the trovfd adopted, a resolution ing far the immediate creation of a tribunal'of workmen and soldiers, the resignation of Premier. Eb-art, Philippe SchierfemaVm, Mathias Enberger, Or. Solf snd" "other opponents1' and the arrest of Schiedemann, Euert and connected with the "blood bath Berlin." The resolution also urged the arrest and trial by the Berlin council of Field Hin- the transference of Ger- man army headquarters to the control of soldiers' and workmen's and the creation of a Red army by irie wrorkTrisn. called for energetic propaganda of. world revolution, appealed to, the proletariat in all entente tries traniference of all law making powers to the'soldiers' and workmen's council. BROTHERS MlNflTEn, TORONTO DOLLS RESTRUNG and minor re- pairs made. ST.' CALGARY U iiUCH 4' MOTHEfiHUBBAROSHOE I TIRE OWNERS WE HAVE ESTABUSHED AN UP.TO-THE-MINUTE TIRE REPAIR PLANT And Are Equipped U Do Any Kind of Repair, to Your UTMOST SATISFACTION FOR REAL HONEST SERVICE, ECONOMY AND SATISFACTION, AT MODERATE COST, TRY Ihe Canadian CoimpH oi Agriculture. While "we appreciate, Uic interest tliat oar friend has taken in the pant (nutl hope it not be wllhUcld in the in U. K A. inaUers tre Ic-cl; thai thrf ties oi can be lieltev-cemciited than sitent acquiesconcc, aud feclj in bound to .comment ori lifsj' clisugo of allitutle'. ikp--'' pareutly, jrr. Uuuliam lias held i by ilif cur irons pi ijic. Farmers' AJJi- i aucn'of tbc nlaetie's. (hat lie foiled to! ihe full, significance of the J changing conditions of the iiresent re- period. Quotiug from Mi i-eceiit article in Tfie .Ileralrf, (lie v stales, ''The U. F. A: and ilm Cana- j diaii Council oi AgriijuHur--1 au iiupgriiini work to do- iu public opinion as It affects this align- ment, but as an oyeauization. ii.: slioLiltl and will, we trust, maintain Us- licrclofore sound po'siiioii ot or-, gauizallou aloiis stridly economic and Educational Linen, o[ all Adei1 .reading. "Deep Fur- i royfs'! lie was by.the j. judgment bV the the when they should be strictly non-political. After' reading tbcinew platforrn'ol llio adian Council oi AcrleuHure lie uc-i lieves to recommendation ul tliis I counc-it'recomnicuda (o tlie .proTincial association luai atlipn.Jn whatever manner they deem advis- able to secure the Tjoimnation and. election o[ candidates'at ihc ucitt fell- era) election vliu endorse support the. plat form adopted by tbls council." lie Ilien Ftales, "Tbls will enalile Ihe fannerd' orgarjlzallous in will slanil upo.ii ihe -platform, and. in whom ihcy. liaTe[ confidence 10" carry the And fimlicr, "In na other way coulil i w'eiuake fell morn effective-' Ij-." U'Jiat a cbange of opinioiil Tlic Farmers' MHnnce relefiated to ihe past, Tvbere it rightly belougj. We know not whether Mr. Uuntiam is aspirant for poJIticaLpie, or a .direc- tor of Uie L7. F. A., but do main- tain that iVlicn Jookins-for n repre- sentation OIL the agricultural interests' we mast toot for true leadership: abllHj'r possessing con- structive anil definite ideas, who (tas Uif strength and courage to express ills own. cunviclioli3; a" man of rhc K. A. pjirtriilgc who has ploivcd (he deep furrow, battled against Uic eb.aqgiug struggled ngsiust financial difficulties, and is actively engaged iti fanning- Has not this I 'our years 'uf dono njore for democracy aid civilization tliau n I lifetime of peace? not the writ- i u( our prr-sident ID Uio Grain j Growers' Guide ]ed U5 Lo'believe thail our mcthotls have been loo impotent? be wrong [n surmising political action was the ultimate ob- ject of llic, Grain Growers movement when the'limn iraa opportune? Ha? not the the present government shown us how futile been oiir demands" Has i not the farmers' movement (n Omarlo, with sonic twenty-five thousand members, demonstrated this collective power? It has appeared Dun-j ham had failed io observe these con-j Jlllons (n his Ictlere previous to last I -The Razor .flat Strops Itself. for his next 500 shaves The very comfort of the AutoSlrop, the razor thac sharpens itself, will make it a gift worth while. If does away wilh the bollicr and expense of continually putting in new blades. He can clean the razor without taking it the blades never rust. And he won't be running out of blades, because his outfit is complete for 500 shaves. The'AuloStrop'Safety, Razor is the guaranteeJ dealer will either exchange it or give you back your even alter 30 days' use. Give Him an AutpStrop Safety Razor ON SALE ALL OVER THE'WORLD'" TORONTO, LONDON; NtW YORK, PARIS, Peac Haw Lem Belgioi ia Gkartly IKurj OUR Help So Steel? Needd! PALACE VULCANIZING WORKS PALACF- GARAGE, SECOND AVENUE S. J. SCHULTZ MANAGER FORMERLY OF SCHULT2 A RITCHIE. Radiator When > raiiislor leak? brine It lo u-- (of repairs. AVc linvo tlin beet equipped shop in town [or this hlni cf worX. Ail radiiLoia under our dlttf.rcnt gnar- antcftil on leaving ?tcp. Kadialors pUl' tln-OJBh ilirter- cnt processes1 of scraping, rins- ing and LollinR before1 repairing. Shop at llic rear o! Dolbs IrSiol on Main Slreet Lethbridge Radiator Repair Station Phcr.e SO'j P. O, 67S Our hoops find the Belgian population gaunt Wilh Hunger and suffering terribly (or lack o{ clothes and of thousands of homes have been blasted away! Peace lo them means accitationof the {rightful btutaiiry of the German soldiers; but more than that, it meani that they are within our reach, and thai we, their grateful Allies, can see that they arcprorided with food and shelter for the that must dapse befofe they can dart Hfe afroh. t :t Fit in your mind thahPeaoe not mean immediate happiness and prosperity to Belgium, who first stood in the breach, and bf to doing made this victorious peace Help! Help Liberty! Help Quickly! Make sod cantrTuutioas to n Chtrllrti Act) to ywtt LOCA! LAJIIUIUIU.C, or to BELGIAN RELIEF COMMITTEE W. A. Buchanan, eo The Herald, MlB_ or lo SI. Peler Slliel, Montreal. ailerc, 5J ;