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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LRTHBRIDfii: DAILY Dltf.KMHKH 21, 1018 vote, ivllh we- inu.nt upfce Cherry-QFpr Tommy farnilug? The- Ural problem It Iho Hell rebellion tn I n, nunual obllE4tton3. 9evtsnlMn mil; lie acros yearning ciniillnof.i ,0 ,rLcre ejiler. It Iho Hell rebellion tne ljach ,0 ,rLcre South Alrlcin iiretoJniiis tollowo.i lclgrtst_tg Tlio'.rcBl ot Pieli roterun will xol one hundred an.l ,0 ,M with Th4 nVo (ho so! Ibal have to pay for I now ure wo wlicrcaii. Ilio Mitoran" or ,6Sr, and 1901) Bi.1 (Heir, Sluco tho.o inoa ot Ihe atablo land within reach o Mho ra way boon, corni lc I who how now ure, w sMIsfled with Ills r'ln-a Sfier 111. llrtf, to hp ,vholo country Mi MnMia for, Win. 'Anil out lo DAko II attractive lo Bite Mm the chums ho his lesrucrt lo '.lore over there lit Ihe rand and uloqd ol the tronchti. In other wortf the soldiers muni bo allotted according u their frleudiblpl and couuenlallllei, community homes cloie a common meeting place. Any plin o! selllimeni (hit .doea not iko comi'adoihlp Inlo account, it igunii lii 'be o -Tlieao euidler communities will be .ai npleiidld and dole lo Lho Doukhouiir.' .'Mtnnonlte ind oilier communities' 'whlcli tauso our pollllclaiid fo-yiiuclv trouble gicltenicnl? Or coul-se, we cmmol bring on niinllicr 'i.whv to KWO om- his terrnhi of fhetl-torn fields, burning bams, lilnat- c-d .finustcads, Imt we- tan Klvc Ijliu wliat.lie gate In reserve camp-; and! retl the official substitute for! bursting botrtliH and bctL-hiDK htr.vH- tho approved 'lactic boredom I mean tntLTlalu- i 't PREACH MODESTY .GF ment. 'The _ Armies at Ilio front to f OUr plan d .emit on the fondness' wcro tho best amuBoil armies In tin) -led uid they are out. bc-caiiF.) nil Iho soldiers must be treat- as ajid tt.'Mls must.bo.free or.iionc. looks like iiuy'as.yo'i only chance Ihu get onj a wh'olo that'IB to'eay.-tf they iiiild. ii-wjll.'bb 1> en'their clulch''byjpuix liruYlnclnl [6, that hclne the dilators have Iri no naii umviuiJtii foj- "outdoor Hfo." Wo am providing for all hit crenlure good roads, Kood instruction, uud jjoud financial Irca'.- .monk. VVc.aie trying to please him ovory way we tan 'hut we must It In mind Ihat "outdoor Hie" at tho frouL and outdoor life on the farm aro Iwo c'nllrejy different. Ihiiigs. Tho -jblef features of ouldi is I saw It at (ho front, were, coin- world. Kvery division had Its con- terl troupe, drawn from profcr.slonal lujcnt In Iho opera Klngcrs. vlolinlets, ni'islolana, all ol Ilio bcsl. Moreover tlmlr programs wcro topnolcli. of these con troupes had a couple ol female liuncr-j and an senators whose jokes were as racy us i beautiful. If thn raaeshlp und.'evcltcmeul. Taka com- ionaliie, The, soldier did evurylhlnt' iro Ihan In company, ntc, drank, fought, hied, to ujcd In Always pthor Itu- on The mails aroiind thousands of them nrurlnclal in.e- .amis W follows to Kossln a plpyvlth- Z so icIhlnB along this line already Jolly sh.rors In- common adventure 'ederll.Uovernment donh- U outdoor life on no nnproxlmalo it Is a ipiiuiuc losload ot a EOlillcr Ihelr vra1. of-outdoor life, weren't lipped off that the ravishing jlondo who nuns "Che Faro" eo glor- (from New Vork Outlook) Tho following statement has come us In tlio form of a letter from a distinguished Aiaerkan, en- glueer, iftio'haa.dono some rjotaom connlmctloil'worlc In .the aBd wliojins iust returned from wlferc he has. Been more year'H service as un officer of Ihe American Army. Tlie of warning ho sound.', Is lime- ly und QoAc-vveh Klli-nllon. him and ansuro our readers tliaL'bc speaks with i-fspoiiciuillty am) authority, "alihoiiKli for obv- ious -reasona hi' name bo inrajlloncd Kdltor.-. history ol analyzed In. future, .oii'e of tho primary ele- i that "fjnscd .Hie war will he I'lo-lie' the Inordinate conceit of the (iCTiiiMB-. Coin-oil and modesty aro diametrically opposite ninillltin ot 111.: niirhifn ralnd. mid where one! pro- duces ilimrusl, iinlmuidneei, and dls- gUBi, the other prnduciw admiration, i.nd ilcwu-.y in Imman at fiilrei America in-runcc-dcd.lho worm ovtr to have :i very Ir.rfi.; on n-i resources "S comiiar.'d with tbe ,alanco of the cavlli; tut since these at-t.s are ronccd.c-d, wo do not need to DON'T STARVE THE KIDDIES The growing bodies of children need food. that builds muscle, bone already done a the long fecoiisu-uctio m.i.i now sloivlr heal war wounas Knghind and on tiir; lire cntiilcd to th ot Ihc Ilritisii, Delgian, RIIS- slan ami Italmn avmlcs. (Allowance, uld bo made in looking at sho Iheac percentages for the comparative- ly short lime during wnich America] forces were on the lighting way minimizing tho Importance of everywhere continent.' uiilieruitrst in Lie ol eier; itr ioui-miniled person. The successful m will require i ot this front an for their small number during rnui of that Editors.) way minimzng o mpor what we have ilono. Let Allies do en the All c oai the praising; and Iho Lorn know, Ihey, will be grateful and generous Tha nnlars .c creai'-coiiiiOlatloli thai. If we had 1101. .....VMI ibo war in 1017. and llius KIT- _. )porti Allied 0 b L lo pvidf iu not our position lie a hindrance Instead ot a help pro- portionate to' the amount of error comparison show that tlio number of onr dead and wounded is less- than, two per cent total sacrifices our Allies- It is a matter of history that during the last four years the Frencli and Ilritlsh casualties d our have shown a bravery h Second to none wo can have. a-jusl Such a lied pride ni, and that ihe the. and that thereon, with t ihrc'e other Great PowerB-r-Orcni the tact that at Chateau Thierry ami oilier lilace? where oi.r roc-u wcro Riv- en an oppommliy ilicy were as good u lighters as could ho foilii 16 Allies under the (lire.- go forward i ujr ual ui D--------' But OUT RCl- error have more than'once greater In I by our pitiful unnrenaredness are a crush Ib reasouiug one week we have had to suffer. elusions that we should ,niaiI0enll> tl. (V JuaHty asilSaled! for Hie onlird war. It is well Sr-own give study to in tne niture. i Ulai Imvo ability to make a better showing su cuaou B -la by our ignorance ot the war game and ion o tcneral Joel _ anil mani- ror Hie onlird war. It is well Mown give .u ovcr-stitcments Inal.navo l, France that General-I'ershliiB, and Deep down In their the Allies some 01 ine American-people-, man other of the bsst men under him I will always feel that we were tngh leeii _rna -10 l c hopn UIULI> vinbi ____ in vnill-riiicr nlir lllflPnfpa- LlrrOllKn 'Lit. r jpf liiaoly'offset lo.the wounded soldier "got from Hie curGCb .1 iri th'e.hos'pUalS- ;PelthiE'o[ p'onrsC, .the aoluierrfarra cr not expect, save Jin ,Uie horni- circle. By. tlie lime he gels back and 'spttlos .down, on ihe 'a-year from now-.ruost of the .licttlilfi iwfll.ne least that'puMic.pei- fcstly our. nrsf'duty with these as-, soclates should'be lo show to them that we have n'jomrt estlma e as to the amount .oMielr contribution and Ui K position with 'our associates that h ul of the respcc Ive ontrihutioiis .in 'the lot only fall the respect of these wonderl'Ul people, but we shall deeply olfeid.thcm and-.os.e their friendship. The o such, i loss would bcTa treniendoiis not oiily.lo'oiiricgfs fiullo.tUf world to llmlehtful oiscrvcTs .y.'ho .have been .In France for consulereMe man other of the bsst men under him wil aways ee a aedolTHinverything'theycan lo keep fully slow Tn realizing our indeo e> ness lo them. Wp can-go a Jong was In earning Ihelr forgiveness lor oul1 people at homo from i. sulrit and lo have a modest view inu- u. vail of what has been accomplished hy tardy entry by adding lo what we have In ,h. Americ Oullook will prcacli I hopn _ aly as a.'- ve service iwin ne ledoi ILH.I 'To''MOTHERS! 'Nothing else the rusty bile, tlie sour jljjlt .takes the of a i _..iL-..-..-_j Vnm'Hv.but-'so'.thorduijrily from crowded streets, cheering- ICrilTeiHilUUlia UUU I puny" liL K "I the and tawelsrlike-harmless Cascarets. While children usually fight against laxatives jladly Kit a randy GisSret; CascaieU never gripe thVbmvels', never sidten. Each rany s j ten cciil contains; directions for children ajed one year old upwards. mm Under Allied Flags rat .Help to ReBeTe SUiTition tul Hold Gemtny Roponsible NOW! There is pressing need [or c'.ir li Ai.wir WwpioMupT Ae untoW manj Hmt in her. EmicuHed chiMim, helto cheeked Koraeii, rooflnl closing w Tern H_offcn D> protectjon fan- wnHci'V lerron irotriM unnri nit bat MUST be idimi BtXe VMorioui Pnc ftirrc. Let M jour to the Bran LM> BELGIAN RBLIEF COMMITTEE c-o The St. lieniTi, crowded streets, cheeririE-'iniil-. iitudes flags flying. When ho Bets liome he .will pfobably wonder if liiero ever was a war at) few'eolillers will be about. are. tumb- ling -.out of inc .khaki by thousands, rlghi is jus! the way. It be.- They went ftwny soldiers and they come hack citizens, which is also riglit and proper, because poacp Is their, present occupation.' .But they will miss Iho netting just Iho same. "Also tea'parties, tlie.molor rLdeE, the sight teeinE with whichi (hey were ovcc- wjiclcicd In England. It will grieve liicm ul first but ilici" will get used to it. Tho war is over nnd .we've all I pot dowajlo hrass We've [stopped flag-waViiiB but vvi'rc just as grateful What I do with Ihe returned .inow is make him happy and content- 'ell. .To that end. we. are prepared oilier thlnga, .to.provide, one .ind five thousand farms for r those who like farming. Indeed it Is l pur hu-.-iness lo mnke them like farm ng and nexl to cnmrodcslilp was do lhal Is to give them entertain mcnt. 'Hero Is where-lhe I-lttle lied Schoo llouso roraes in. If tbe soldier; com niimlly is to love its farhilng tho'Lit lie Red. School .House ..must. add. wing or pcriiaps.iwo wiaKS.to.shelicri its new ns Recreation'Hall! House. Among other, ttilnss it must have a-bllllard roonv a Hhriry nnd sinoklng room and. The Soldiers' Civil, lle-cslabllslimcnl Department ought to think this Is not nearly as frivolous as U soiuids. i accomplishments of .tlie .American' Ex- i pedltionary.- Forces ,in..France. Amci-. !ca" people-nave been given lo uiiJcr- siand that on Ihe engineeriiiE -'We- tor ustancc. great eniiiiieerlDg nchiovc- m en Is have been ;accompHslicd in ince, and tfiat these achievements proper foundation ,fo.r abnormal p-i'.le both at home and abroad, and that our French and British associates have been astonished engineer- ing work. Statemeiiia hay.0 been mcdri id the American people Ihrouah the press.and by word of mouth that at least one, sometimes It is.said to be two, double-track railways have been built from Ibo coast to the Vront; and yet tho tact is that- no such con- 3trui.iluu has ever been storied. When IB war is over and. the' extent of-oiir neineerins Construction is actually een. it-will bo found that the nmount c character thereof is no adequate oundatioii for unusvml home pride or jartfulness. foregoing, statements are not in Hny sense a crlUcism oi1 American en-1 of their patriotism or ot their ability. Tho simple, facts urc Hint thcy.-were not.called upon to do-any- h'eroic or -unusual, l: and those HONOR WILSON Women! Here Is, A Dandy Thing cwn.or'caDiM rtop" Uitn. Uwy lift PARIS Dec. 21 vcriily of Parlf, avalilnr; llsclt for the first lime of the authorization granted hy ;T recent decree to nominate hon orary doctors, has decided to bcstouf this title upon President Wilson, ns nj termer professor and president of Princeton.University. I DELEGATE i i WASH1XGTOX, Dec.'- I All-.Knllkhan, the Per'IanThargc (I'nf- filrcs, today- rcccivwl a lablcgratii from the Peiskii Ing him one of Ihe Persian pence coiferenco will soon for Paris la Join Ihe Pcr- sUi dtltgntlon, liedtteil by llw I'enlsn foreign Affairs, which left Teheran Insl Your high heels have put corns on your cal- luses on the bottom of-your feet, but .wiry euro "new? This pottle hords ar almost magic fluid. A gen lus In Clnotnmll discover c.lHnls ellfer compoani ind nam'ed li -.Irceione Hniall bottles of, treczon can he .had -any dm Store few cents Don't limp or twist face in ajfony onJ spo yrjir biauly. hut get a 11 .-tie bottle of tvcezone nn apply a reK drops on yoi tender, aching corn or ca 1us. Instahlly the sorenet diSappeirs and EDorlly yo will tiiifl the corn or. ca Ins so shriveled loofe can (Itt it olf with tinjen. Just tldmk! You (el rid of a hard com, w't com or corn- th< well: as hurdenrf catluies, wtUioat snftcring ono MitHotw of keep a tiny bottle on lie. dresser and never let corn; ache _ The 'Razor M-; HseK. for his next 500 shaves I_ The .very comfort'of the AutoStro'p, the razor that shar'pens itself, will make it a gift worth while. It does with the bother.and expensi ol continually putting in new blades. He can clean the razor it apart-so ihe blades nevet And he won'tbe running, out ol blades, because his outfit, is complete lor SOO.shavej. The AutoStrop Safety Razor is the guaranteed Any 1 dealer will either exchange it or give you back your even after 30 days' use. Give Him an AuioStrop Safety Razor ON SALE ALL OVER tHE WOilLD Complete TOUOrfTO, LONDON. NEW roKK. PAK1S. x-ia ;