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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I'CKSn.VY. DKCKMBKU 2-1. THE I-CTHnmnOK DAILY I1KHAU) PAOK HAT SQN-N-LAW fife Wr hW Hfewfr TVIW5'5 TWENTY CflHEfl ON tTf BOULTON'S TAXI, Closed and HJafid City and Country r Office Phono RESIDENCE Phone MILNE TRANSFER1 Coal COO, Prompt Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. 2SO-2G 'CANADA'S SHIPBUILDING EFFORT ft pgOR GERMANVI (By Ueut. K. X. Colvile.J There are neoplo lu Poland who, nvlng fouslit Cw-majiy on behalf ot Justice nad democracy, more In- ilinl-d to Iran 'the criminals wlionl ley are in the net ot punishing t SHIPBUILDING IN CANADA. 'Tho nbpve pictures 'represent actual scenes In the shipbuilding work al the .L'olliuewoodi Shipbuilding yards u' CoIllngwpoJ, OaL.'wItli a portrait liisct oMInii. 0. C, Ballaulync, Minister 01 Marine and Fisheries. Canada's Khaki University ir 'Annis it was capable ulllniately ot sujiporl- ing as Javge a-p'opulsilioii. llu rcpeal- Hve propagandfi-7-. Khnkl UntversUy ami aciiieve meats, Prusriict Torj'-taid Uiey har had Iho jojp of-seeing who, in tJi'e early tiara of pipneeving, Lliclr educational opporluni :hclr fellow of ilie they say, law. 'and wicked Krancu and America, lo be BO ivil on your 'neighbor Germany 1 Yours is ihc liaiij of. Military uoivcr nsinug the Mb'jrty of tho Hr'nmn democracy." To tmch plaints there are three suf- ficient answCTK. First the armlsllce terms (and that is as, far ia wo havo yoi got) initlct no kind of hardship on (lie GermuiL people. If only for the rea- KOII that an ariiilstlcc'is u military not Jllc-fll affair' and docs not affect the Jife ot civilians In .any way. Thb provides for the military occupa-l tiou of a'small hdll of Uermaii terrl-j lory, au occupation which-will inflici'i on'Lliu licoplo far Inmnveuienco than a rontlnuatiou of military oper- ations, and the. surrender of a large amount oC war material for ivhicb a peaceable government such as Ger- iuan3-'s Is now represented as being could have no possible ufie, A. good the crlliclsm of lliu arm tailed is only comprehensible it tlic critics think that an armistjtu la a first in- stalment of a-peace-treaty. It would he vrell ii they would remember Uiat it is only a military op- eratlous, which elllwf. parly can re- ties, -learnlnK lo write, and. they had] new .at CorLy-clsht Jmurs' and heyim hy -'writing letters teachers had fount] a great demand for agriculture; and there were [unuerii now In. tho Canadian army. There hail been an incessant call from' these men lo eivo them more practical knowledge. CHARGES GRAFT UK II Dfcc. nftWfiiJiiior AhenU cfiiirrfori Idai ilic AciRlrlun arcli- Uukc, T-conalii fonucr ini- nerlal master of onl nance, cleared crowns on army conlraclH, uhe, to Hie nows- d the covcnioicnt with dried vcgclabk-s for vliieli he WILS jialil from W) to ift.0 nor cent, moru than ihe market prlco. His contracts for three years, llie newapapei- eays, lotallcil trowns. In Oeruiauy, ihose who. loved .the old Uritiah hat! iho lime '-vhen. there would be froe uso made of the educational ftclIltieE with- in the Empire such as a. great clly like IxMidon bad to offer. lie yvaa confident, he added, that now we had been able to .measure Ger- man education at its true ralue, our men wwild hare no.nO of it, but wohld swarm to Great' Irom Canada, aitd BO maintain those great traditions for which 'we; Hfce ItieniEelves, "had been fighting; and .ho made a.-vigor- ous plea for a coosolldalion ot the hlglier oducallonal work in the Old Country with that Canada. The apeafcor .clearly outlined Iho plans of the Kbajd UnirerBity lo cope with the "period of denioblllsn.- lion, A itc from the fiddler's standpoint, to ba tho moit critical of the vbolc war. When RPked by cbrlaln oflicera ot' the whom'he JITO cra-1 i ivcrc many men, too', from tho "business wcro the active-forvlcqi-celmouU, so -mucli j IUnr bclo? Instr-jcied in business law, so tiial'lefrisiafurea.-Jn-poinft tattcs, jhiisluted coranibrcial law, were seriously; cpDsiilpring the dosinj; etc- And there had -been- the boys of them, pC (lur'scliools.'iu fact, the High schools, V proportion were crosed'-teicporiuiiT.-'- Or fi out nj havina joined the The first thought in1 the miniis of -Men of that stamp Uad run Into the the men who planned the scheme was (thousands anil "heart.had turncrt to Bite an opportunity lo tlic men who 'to thwe lads to sec if cou'ltl had lea Canada in their school and not he done to restore their lost oil- college yoara. to make aome of Iportunitfe-i of education." the lofit" time by using, their -pparts In His President Toiy liad hours during, the var, hi Chug j some uovel experiences, and gave an keaplog in touch with Hie life they j Instance 61 jnnchlnlst who prevlous- hnd and to'ly had been hardly able" to unt two me the" demobilization' jioriod as together, being remarkably means" of direci preparation for their J suctcsstul when it came lo demcm- irorX In life. The fuel lhat scores of J pirating; and, on the occasion. oE n ntea bad spool Ilyt nights of "tho'visit of inspection by the Cuke of week, which practically meant au'Connaughl, had gone right on terms of the "armistice have no necessary connydioii with the terms ol the peace" treaty. To talk iibouL the armistice. YdespoiJhis1' -kthc Oerman people '.Djobrishtnc. The army anil navy losc.'thelr weapons, .as. ci- ,-n'nnlil lose. Ija a batlle. The Ihcir'sparp hours, in class work, prov- ed, he thought, how tho schemeNhad been nnd how the object hail filleil lato.tbe ueeda his demonslmilon.'Viihonl turning ;i the Kliakl iilnilne at? the lecturer asked in con- cluding- his iriiently-llslDneiUo Dr. Tory confcsse.l thafbe had not "To lako, soldier uack horne to a belter citizen thnn when IK ,i what the flermans .hail .from Dclslum, Tlussia and oven tf the- armistice lenns weighed as heavily on the Ger- mans as these suspcctora of tbeii1 own gaverumenl lo think, it is ereu now too soon lo say whether it is real- ly German democracy on which the ienns T.'ore imposed. The Kaiser's re- turn to Berlin is even coir htlng spoken of and It is perfectly cerliln'lhat a large and influential section ot ihe i German, people is no niorq .democratic! today Mian it ever was. It is barely mouths sincere Prussiau lower house a governmenL haclicd retorm bill. li'the world is lo Ije ruado "sufo tor Germany's teeth muat be drawn and no dcmocracj" needs se- curing against militarism "riore than the German. And, thirdly, has Gernip.n rtcniocrficy lead BO blameless a life (hat soine mea- sure of punishment is undeserved? There is in'reality nothing in flrni- We Offer for-Prompt Shipment Delivered Prices on Request. In BO me one ccse it may not seem lo mrttter lo you who your money, it you get the hay you want, but in the long run It 'Mill pay you to see that tlie greateit possible part of it goes to the man who grows the hay. If you want to see that Vie gete it'ail yon can do by buying direct from inVgYowers through thtir sales office. Phone 1950 317 13th St. N. A. HA If AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. Canada Food BoRrd LIcense'No. 9-11108 287-0 COLLECTIONS lluvo you any .slow or doubt- ful accounts? Il" so, yon need us your collect Ion dr- pnrlmeiit. arts professional money gtttrre, we inakQ :i buts- iHOis or selling for you. R. C." FARfllS SERVICE AGENCY .5 Macdonald Block, Lethbridee Phone 1615 FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED ;m Sidles, Inspector, Ware- home Coaldale. Tractor Repairs We Bpeelallie la rebortnj tractor cjllnders, and tltticl ororBlze pistons and rlDKs. Wo have In Block it present overalls platoDB tor all popular makes ot eaK traclon. Ford Rebored NIVEN BROS. 1tt Ave. S. 1737 dlt for the oripoal Idea, of a soldlera1 ,thouBhl It possible to accomplish pmiosoyuy, llfce Sbaltejpoftra'a a "rertlCK slalemeril'; lie had n was- rhc trees. Flflr or nlxty UUIclmide and which hail remained lincou- dcmoblKziMo hnols of Canadlaus Jjehail found, and irndlcled: That'RTery small percent-1 j. he heard urgent calls Tor age ot our soldiers had OTCV nnd any' looks. JEcboolinK nficr the age ot years, The Khaki University had been The question of cost had always" stood nnswcr to Ilila uulreml 'dealra on In Uio xny o[ e-Jucation; and he wont llic part of the aoldkr w kcop in! [urthcr it to be his be- touch wllh the finer things oMils cM I Kef (hat if tlic JlriUah Einblro lioil life. [distributed during- tlilrlr yeara Sir Charles Lucas, to the war. In educational OJi ULU i LU LUC 111 cuuLrtif uiuii n vi vllfefiqL (ftp linkiniF lin ID ar Oclomal Office.-who occupied ud olherivfce.'-rtat H had of CJS and rlialr, paid'high compliment lo thejacluallr tpcnl on Iwo [lays ol tho j.onrton situaled ns H was "In tbo CanadUn leclhrcr when war, TTD would ham been belter prc- mass ot man-rial In' the t sligbi: riid the minority socialists gain nnd -latterly they had even begun loj Dr. Newton, of the University Q( London, at Ihc close'of ihc speech'-of thti.alienioon. rcrerred to Dr. Tory's pchciun as a ''mapiiflcenl accomplish- niGnC" JIc was very-glad to hear him suggest the I'inklng up, ii to the dlsUpgulshed linjlish Ur. Tory bad hrouglit -the ydiiug and growinc.rosl, said 3lr riurlss, 'Hint Initiative thst conies young and frrtwlns jnil from this tims fora'ard they would associate thtt -n'orfl Tori'-Ism sonicthlnc very different. Oiw of thtir greatest activities, in Uie I'.nTjI Colonial ths pro- oC licporfal to tartli Iho var. and could hivo shortened II Xt lo'ast -by the dif- ference of IhodO tivo days and Its out- lay In blood and treasure. Turnlrg to Ihe chairman, Df. Tory fnnkly. asked If he thought ihn audi- enco Would "aland A western storv; and boinff rcajsured by laughter and applause told one Iho election cnm- Ttere lad been a very aeriov.s lime itudy of the British Empire and Us fcr.- ,lha apwsfcr broat ind In this, nslmake It nisny Ihe people oi a "cor- has a lain pTotlnco" why ther ThinV ivnat It means, Sir Charles L on, for A man snch.aa Dr. %Torr, behind the soTornir.ent in Ihls Isauc; and the story was told ot R group of ge.Bllomen vho, after apendfng seycr- to employ his energy and gerilus for al houri'pointing the Tray'to a large tho-horizon jautlJepce, felt iocfldent hi tho re- of maite, rr.erv better j suit ot ihglr libtirt, Tial they comparlnp this wlUi ihe after- ed lo IdTltc la iim back former wara whca rhiich of-of tbo hsH E 'ITSC farraer a lie (Ipnmblilcinr 30ldler> ilmo was! nod 1 irp'.ild In mlschiof "and Sir, is woj-Jn [l-uiidcr iho you have a roan, he cmment doesn't the pricu j, old will he able to with an'i thflnfctulncM :up lion iu Germany was not by any means favourable. The bulk of the German Socialists were always Ger- man Ilrst aiirt Soclallals lonV way afler and Germany today swarms with "democTBls'1- Kho imagine that by get- ling rid'.ot Inelr former government Ihey will avert Ihe vnilli of llielr enc- jnass of the Germac people sinned and the mass oi Ih'e flenuan people must do penance! A change oi Kovernmenl and of name not ab- solve them Irom thnl painful ncceg- LINES LEAVES V" TONIGHT PARIS, Wilson's plans 4or vlsiUng American army headquarters tit Chanmonl and "then proceeding to KngUnrt are now coni- IplBte. He will leave Paris tonight ATLANTIC CITY, X.J., Dec. and wiw not rcturn imlll Xow Year's Cayt. A, Brlggs, formerly of the p3y_ Kojal Flying Corns ot Greet Britain, lian teen retained -us supervisor of---------------------------------------------------- Iransportallon'for projected linos' oT ilie Aoro Transpartatton Company, of -PhiUde.phfa and At- Tiifi ccjnpiny proposes routes lo N'o'rr Philadelphia auji DOS- Atlantic Cl'y GJJ N A R D RHCHOR PROPOSED SAIUNGS From Portland, Jan. 11 Bristol From New Doc. 3J ...Onnii.VA... LiTCrroD, Jan- 1 ...WALMEl'l CASTI.B Jan. I .....ORIiVXiV..... Glasgow Jan. 4-----SAXOMA___LlFcrooo] Jan. 4 ...CAI1MJNIA... Urerpool .JIAtlllBTAXlA. LlTcrlwol From Jan. 1 DELTA..... Liverpool Piircliase prepaid (iokcls. now Tor relatives anil [ricnjs to ensure prompt sailing. UNEXCELtED SERVICE For all information apply .lo any gf our Aycita, or to Compauy'3 Office, SCOTT BLK., 270 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG. LAND FOR SALE Tleplvln? Rut Id MONEY NEEDED On CM acres ot land, suitable or running catlle, Jjie.vhaustaljlo Bup- of pure Witter. JS.99 per acre. Ap- ily Box 14, Herald. _ L.AXD FOR