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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UyTHaptDQE DAILY HERALD.; FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 1 1 AS FAIR ava I donorTsald }J. Clem- All. Go only recently when.the Preni-i 'But they'liad .to bo-got rid of.'A vaf' aiyordcd i-f-oiidccbij oratJo'j year old Then I' went' about .P-ir's -In hu "You will have to'h'iivoJClpui- a'r'inlslicc. evcryope Sit done Impoaslbie! Neyor! He can't ha do- pnlyj ot pcudo-.l' on, Ah', If we bad o '..VoyJ Inei'-lnstrunieaU'-Frarwe has si'on. 'IVo mouths frhen everyone knew Palnlovo must no out, pkpeVceau was hailed as tb'e cverypna said. "Yes, Of course it raiist he Clemenceiu." Ho tribune'; he referred to hlniEelf wai homo on a wave'of opinion there esj the "last signer -of Ihe Bordeaux could be resistiog. He bad spoken protect (gainst lie dismeDioerounl of cut and written out; had said tlia the House rose and thort, ehirj things about Iho vermin cheertd him. v ot dcfeaUsui. But that was not all, for 1 'Ttlthout'allies in tilts, war should said Iho was more than slsr had risen amazing Clemenceau who in Jillr, tin own out 'of olllca because In a UOUMI. wu They wokbl i irttd li courli; MlMMU >ild pollttct) tribuntls Su- ite elttlti w OiJl- ihouted t voice. Oatllau't teal, four or life benches up In lie i about W, win) W turoKt rcmod Ms left, trailing and it CtlllAUi. violently bis lirte tlfuej, hla rlckfjiand ]uat CU- mencftu BllHitwd at him. Would Rillliui Inlerr'we? Ha hack (or the third it'll lyOXlng 'Mi wont on sji Ihit whatever he did journallit, is chief i! lha Government he would neutloh no for ecconda all erei watched Calllaus. 1 uoii't know what would havo hipptned If he Intervened. The cM looked very Fern As B JouruaiUt Clemeuccau hid ac- cused CnllUut of anil "None of. the -.allies would suddenly} tho people Lid suddenly bc-j a Cli.imhor duel wllli Delcitsa he act-iMalvy of liivlni "betrayed tho Inter- "d.naeniencejuAt'sii wctfcj loM Llm at ,urnbied eats of Fraa'ce." That is the tamed- 1 never did." Hut It >vas only ialo reason why Clemenceau now''Ia have triumphed. ancestral ene- llered. In Cleniencciu. At sii mlcs. the English., hava become our in ovur sevcnty-sli ho waa suddenly civ- destrucLiblo frlendl." Jen' lha greatest-chance a man can ,t A Sketch of the Man j have. Jle has laken It bravely wo. ''I Int? nf'thLi old am almost afraid to taluk what tho'llle of'this old'Bm almost afraid to' think wliat is ei- Lloyd Gairgc PWtcd of hg Ealdjn the f.himbcr ol seen- following in bis li'sl speech there for ovir c-isht article in the January number of the retn, and there was 11 courage In FortalEhtlr Review from Ihe pon ot old man s tremor that gave one Laurence Jerro'J, who says: For over a year past I have been my French friends: "You will ciomencoau taw it In a wa? jo note again. Belgium .Maurice saM fecttvb is a EtarL to hear and see. No Joke Now hare to. hava and was hardly him, and half ol which. rleride'd by almost all. Urlan'd was he had never Bfea. Tho wonderful old governing with the honeyed words man was c-oillr first at once iu dc- daniuine'lron" and the mind that see bolh then bate. Poor Albert Thomas the- grand old genllcnun JUbot, who latterly as Minlslcr ol hut Xitloiu had signed tie Franco-Russiin alii- no adfrvvards, and was o.ulle rlghl. Clo- menccau not BD orator and has no eloquc-nt rht-torlc In debate, though when he writes he can work up to ef- loq.u'cnce. ins speaking as pruucd, precise, and rving Ihe ejda.'acd Bolo, and Tunnel ot lie reminded Swiss banknotes, and Duvnl, of the perverse labors foro BRAID'S BEST TEA A flavoir ybtf JJ 11 prite jusi ngtit: Ask yonr dealer. Ukc luunrs BEST COFFEE, tew. irhat you want (lalMng fiercely at Ihe what will II mean VTilhout Germany in II? I for one will not let Germany in. You will let her in on what guarantees? Ask Belgium." He talked to alfo about arbilrzllmi. He knew all atcmt that. It was he him- self TTDO sent Leon Bourgeois to The Hague to Blgn conyenllons Ihe Germans haj 'fov three years past engaged in Ife iras ask- ed atout ainvs. Hl5 war aim was to win the ivar. i The Tiracious. but ccol old man threiv Ihe ehort quick sen- tences out .Tjrlth 'scarcely any tui-ea except a shrug or au dutspreaa- ing of the hands to call witnesses to the absurdity of opinions opposed .to n'ls own fierce common sense. A Soc- ialist or (they' were raarrellously ciuiet liem. and that was one of Clemenceau's .biggest hits) Interrupt- "One of ihe benefits of age is Hal one gets he snapped oul. Tragic Moment Calllaux arid was THIS CHRISTMAS May we suggest lhat you select for gifts, articles of lasting the recipient .might otherwise need to buy. In normal times, gifts lha't are merely luxuries are in keeping with the Christmas until normal conditions follnw peace they arc wasteful. You'll Find It Easy To Select A Useful Gift In This Store SUITS DRESSING GOWNS BATH ROBES SMOKING JACKETS NECKWEAR HANDKERCHIEFS UNDERWEAR SWEATERS SWEATER COATS OVERCOAT GLOVES MUFFLERS HOSIERY SHIRTS PYJAMAS HATS CAPS SHOES FUR-LINED GLOVES SILK PYJAMAS, SILK SHIRTS TRAVELING BAGS GARTERS SUSPENDERS ARM BANDS BELTS CUFF BUTTONS LOUIS KEEL 318 Fifth Street South Home of Hait Schaffner Marx and Fashion Craft Clothes and The Florsheim Shoe. ONE CASEAIFEIEs thnl ho had eoiidonmcd to clcalli. In seven .weeks Iio luado tlio ncqunlnt- I auco o( uulilVlio was i finally IlicofCsrnlcil at For I wo -yciirs. lie: was uoj alloived to clollica. it wns on last at 3 o'clock In the artefnbon, .learned Ilirough a copy ol the Hajolte, Which a fellow-prlsohnr lent him, Ihht dljpr- .dorajiad broken out In vuflflus towni uu Ihe' Cntleui and. Colojne. A few rfoiira at sn houf'li) i'liarly ploneefa broke -'opoii (lit run Ib the of 'Mliilbu.j prison: ilu'orv. wlfll hatchele and. burnt on Ihe rivtr Lank uetr Uie tlioiii. Ho found alone In Iht. The diataace frithopt H'BOU, ior Ihe anj Ihe.'houso n gniali hail on hliij wlieii ho slruejuro, the firemen found it Iq'rlvcd the prlsoiK had .been lakes (Ismei up Ihelr arrival, and nothing away, lie well lo Ihe town mi much, could be doco to eavo any- iiiucb paileyine he Ukin Uitn'f. The loss la total, end par, (o a, hlRhl vofugo. Tlio noil day he lo the llrralj) Dtc. -tnull flro out Ibo fire waVon tiiilljr covered by iniurance. was advanced 200 marks 10) OB Premier and Minister ot War. Ho his come on a jreai chiheo. It hid to be Polncare- lo hive at list to call Ihe.ijld who. In tie old peace days iras'ralher absurdly trucu- lent nn-J'llkeaed; FolLorc dally to Nero, I apd.I am nut jure It wasn't Ctlltula. Ho-has corns-IhruM by public Opinion and by trcnch-'cpfs Ion. Clemenceau, shrovdly. pat- riotically, ani plucklly, had long Can- vassed Uie trenrtes. There "C'eat un Monsieur'1 old and (here his isklni of Uio helm been toasted In dugouts. As chairman of the Senate Array Committee he. was often at tho front, llko a. allst, and he refused lo go nb as Senator, but took Just a Journalist's chances.--He stood once looking down en a ot French dead. The.shells were falling ney him, the slaff oMIc er wanted io more him on. "My old carcass? what an end It would And ho stood looking long at Uie youne dead. What a Ci.-ecrl He may have an even greater end Tf ho does lead France lo vlctor> what a career his will have been. II he fails, he goes down to history as a failure. One does not wonder at Ms be-1 Ing afraid to think what Is oipcctEdj of him. It ho succeeds, what a career! i At sl.Ttr-five tho old Cabinet-breaker for tho first tlme'a Cabinet Minister, Prlrno Minister n teiv months later for three yeari; at seventy-sir called by the nation to be primG minister nowv. At fifty-two, after twenty-two years' or political strife arid of Parisian life, bounded out, of political lifo, then turning, to philosophy, and the letters o[ liei leuncs (Le Grand' Pan, La ilelfc ihen journ- alist in Le Bloc, written only by him- self, and in 1'Aurore fame. In-1903 he. canje hack lo Parlia- ment, ibis llmj Senate, for thd! same Ueparlmenl'bt the Var for which-. he had sat years in ihe. Chamber, and where his Parliament-j ary career seemed lo' hare been' wrecked in because he was an of perfidious and was I routed with of "Oh, yes." Fonr'j .later; Cihlnet jjlnister for the first ana'.Uie 'sauie year- ecaire 'Pride .JJinlsi'r for iteg ears. And'In 1908 Germany, orer an Itray about the Foreign Legion at 'asablanca, -demanded an apoloEr roni. France- Thfejprime' minister "of "ranee refused anlapology. Germany ,'St gave li. for-the 'irst .ind List Imf till now. Ihe.third French lepubllr.Cleinenc.iiu' did that. Will e a yet end? A Bm suffering Vlth sinilliios m-'hls lo allow him lo -reach Hoi- rived In town last, night on tbo Qreat land. ;To MB great Joy.-lie found bit Northern train. Ho went at ouco' lo sou ijtid. daughter ot Ihe French con. the office o[ nonuell, Gainer and Bulale Asselillne, whcro tile" nature of Ills disease was discovered, and ho waa taken lo n small shack near Uio Farnlo Lunjber Company's where lie Is belue cared for by c. a spread of ,4e entertained as the sufferer at once Isolated. W. Hammond, ni-inager of Union liank al Maplo Ho. why lor kM taken an active Ik tlou. Mid to Pnu to. "Knillih of trjpt that Amerftu yubllc rMei> ulilos tou by Ihs Aruwlt Iti to lha taltii KM >er- rices trr 'MMten >l war, will hwrtllT lupport claim lo ddmnnei from Turklih ud 111 em uHtul la- dependence. By Iti Mutrr, ,toUHI- fence -and education, Am vtll fllted for ud af itrlng prwfurlty to its ueUnt home." A FRENCHMAN'S TREATMENT i _ __ London Times.) AraoDg those who havo arrived from Germany via Holland Is M. In- deputy for tho Nord Depart- ment, who was sentenced to thrca years' Imprisonment, lorl having trlehed against tho occupylug power." He slated that tho (jcrrnnns can-led their cruelly to the oxlont of '.con- cealing from him (or fivo days Hie real senlenco leaving him to believe transferred toH.Ilp Dranch at High Itlr BOVRIL Makes other Food golurther Canadi IJourd, Licence No. THE COWS AND THE BOULEVARDS We aro not In the habit' of nuhlish- ng poetic effusions of near poets but Ve make an eiceptlon In this case, as hS rhyme Is directed at 3. real nula- cnce that should be remedied by Iho authorities. ,elhbridge was one cily of Ihe ,WC3l J That, once kept, her trees ;and boule- vards the very besL The Ratepayers in tl.clr efforls the Brass (o grow, Spent a lot of money a few years ago. s Now the horses and cattle Walk on toe sidewalks and make a horrible rattle. The boulevards seem to be as Ihey wander around, Their favorite pasture ground. And Ihe horses and cattle theyjdoa't mind, "When the coiBmiajioners are 30 very kind, To allow them to wander on their own will. And trample Doufevards and eat Ihelr till. Of Uie grass the ratepayers In Iheir efforts to grow, And spenl a. lol of money a few years ago. There's a pound wo vow llfat wa bnllt For the -vandering horse and cow. i Perhaps some day the ratepayers to Ihe mayor will say, There's a pound we have And we want to know how- Thai lls not used (or the wandering horse and coa-, Tho major will sny in his own way There's a pound I TOW, for the wftnd erlng horae and cow. Hut horacs and caltle sense. And lo rmunr! !hem will he a i expense. Besides in winter., the frrass don't J grow. -I Sometimes It 13 covered with snow When the spring comes and Its hrijht and snnny, We .will plant them jgaln If you give 113 the money. Marshal Foch intimates that he may visit the United Stales when he has JDiinre. HERE! LARGER STAPLE THIS STORE IS READY FOR ANY DEMAND OF CHRISTMAS SHOPPING. CHRISTMAS STOCKS ARE THAN WE EVER CARRIED, AND LINES, ARE COMPLETE. This yea? Suf an enormous stock of toys. We have 500 the biggest atsctiUE-Li in the city. Then you find books, and toyi in abundance. .1 For people there are many iisshi! pretty in j and manicure sets, brassware, and many other lines ikrt wifl make, boymt and please everyone. Santa will GIVE AWAY three Gifts on Christmas Eve As a special inducement for you to see how really splendid our Christinas are we are giving away The following Presents, Absolutely FREE With every cash purchase of Sl.OO will bp given a coupon. The dopGote number will be placed in a box and the drawing will take 'place on Tuetday ing, Dec. 24fi, at eight o'clock (Christmas THE FIRST NUMBER DRAWN WILL BE GIVEN CHOICE OF: THE BIGGEST DOLL U'l OUR SHOW WINDOW. With movabla eyes and limbs, a beauty, see it. It is werth (or A FINE COASTER Worth A very pretty doll buggy worth (or A pair of skates. THIRD PRIZE V A nice set of doll dishes worlli A train worth Any bay or nirl will ht dellnhled with Ihcsc coupons will li.ndsd eut c lander 524 13th St. North. ;