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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JAKtJARt 25, Tin: DAILY PAGE NINE To those who are really particular about the Coffee they drink, there is one brand that always pleases' wpll because it is -particularly good Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. U X. 1 MK! 2 f (or la bulk. CHAftE fc SANBOKN, MONTREAL. 205 (Major Cfaartei Tupper, eon of Charlca Hlbbert Tupper; also Lieut- Col. S. Latta, D.S.O., with two tn original member of the 29th. C. H. lUnnle, New Westminster, 7lh battalion, who has been wounded three times, fs also returning. On board were perhaps Die firs1 officer to arrive In Ona'clu These men hail been training IiTlne training camps in Kngland when thy armistice was signed and were allow ed lo wear their uniform home, but without tho "stars" on the shoulder or sleeve. A number of ti were destined for the past. Tho voyage from Liverpool lo Van couver was quite uneventful, except were packed with an umbrella-covered! that' there wero a (OT throng long big liner Kin-1 to break tho monotony. For the, firs press of appeared out of the' few days the weather vrae broken ans bnutid to (Jo pa; for the is loose ami vastie, anj while it may possibly mean im'hiug in it b'j to imply t-onu1 uhicl: wuuld. te extrcinely prejudicial to :hc those of the civilized and {world fn general. i In time ot peace, the s-c-as are free' to everybody who Ls net a pirttle or a this is mainly due to liritljo N'avy which'has uoMceil occau highways und iiiui'itinie inidc-roiile3, and made them fur all comers. The fact is F.metnatical- ly concealed by German writer? who that itcaceful comnieree la organ-' soB'.ehow or other menaced Ly British This ia absolutely un- true, (lernian merchant-ships c.ould cuter acil leave all the harbors of the before Uifc German war-navy had lie-gun to qxtst, bncau-jo cruis- ers kept Ihe seas froe lor thorn am! safe. The question, has no relation to e.iyttihig cxcent warfare is now the kicg to Lut of :il in is fur meeting in Paris, bin ii is saul (hat tlcable in such matters as child lab- (he Frem-1 IUIL-UV.U uu liiuusLunnj uachivaru ua- meai on an iiuern.HJijnij laorir nest Timrsilay of ;the ilriiis'i, Ameri- In this sense tire sea is not ditions to these various can, Bulgian, Frocth, Jtajinn and in tiine of war any more than tho land British labor interests are, in gcncr- Canadian union rejirescntatjrcs is when it is occupied or invested al, in charge of Mr. George Barnes, (o reach a decision ujion these points.] by a It is true tuut pri- one of the British envoys. Blrtjets tbo ftoldlers a oui we1cornc_aa they were loaded into ivftforaoblloa'.Tv-ith their family parties and atart.ed N'o tKe. passengers with their had b'cen far as can bo'Iearhc'I. and for this reason It Is wot- possible, lo give the of :the and Saskatchewan to he on board. Among- the> rolurning "officers Is excoptfonally pieasant. The following wireless message was received here from the Empress oC Asia: "Mother. I am coming home; 1 have no b.S.O. or 51.0. but am quite happy with Great opposition to the amalgama- tion of (he Bank ot Ottawa ana Bank ol Nova Scotia has'developed. Dutch taps clean UM It also for scouring nicke! "w'trimminga, stained cutlery and of all descrm- Dutch Try Mon, Jan, 1818 Come aw yp lada and Insslea frae UonnTc Hae a guld Scotch dance for Auld Lang Syne. ft Nicht Wae Burns -Whist from 8.00 p.m. till 9.30 p.m. iDandng from 9.30 p.m. till 2.00a.m. STREET CAR IN ATTENDANCE ,A OUID MUSIC AND.A QUID FEED ...'...v... Thostf holding cancelled dance on Oct. 30, 1918, may uie them. .will be by ilr.; vale property afloat might lie The conimisiiuu appointed by the Cuslav Francq.' of Montreal, and P.: ed from seizure, just as private prop ojifercnce u-lll, no Amiiil, liave 'nrapcr, ot Ollan'ii, of whom eriy on ianil is' (theoretically) exempt the specific recommend a- 'arc here. Whatever ilcc-islon may be unless required for mllitarv' purposes. Ions ot Hie various labor gatherings leadiccl on Ihc points in there i Tficre would be more force are lo lie held. One ot theso ivjll lie a Irado untoii cciiigress s tbc inter-allied Socialist and labor contention II the Germans hail not by a a Q a An economy that is a pleasure to exercise Drink a well-made cup of delicious BAKER'S COCOA with-a meal, and it will. be bund that less -of' other foods -will be re-! as cocoa is very the only popu- lar beverage containing fat. Pure and wholesome, Walter Baker Co. Limited 5 DORCHESTER, MASS. MONTREAL, CAN. CANADA FOOD No. 11-MJ __ ___ ._ bo incorporated iu the league he chief promoters being Mr. ArUiurlot nations constitution and Riven lhat and Pfciures weie re: fcniiersOD, the English labor leader.! aarao consideration ly that liodv.l lulntionod tor the military needs of The parliamentary committee ot'tlielThesa re 11... v.m.. rades union organizatloD, of Grcal bo given a acting under Instructions of one ot tne a convention at appointed tlTC-war. has iieen to delegates, most oE whom bate to' bejin the world. invading armies, or that a it on land may aiiprGpriale as oncmy nropertv as it suits liim labor men status; to while ships laden with his I stores and comtorts must be permit- i hearing, Elnce'erenl etfccts ot the j -OTTAWA, Jan'. finance states in-answerlo an inquiry a3 to credits the Dominion gov raeBU had in addition to the-out- e fun the British, govern- ment had been ahlo to provide author- ized to drte from tho proceeds of thfi Vic lory loan credits of over Kad hecn of'the Imperial BoveniniCat for 'the' purpose of buying addition1 to this arrangcmfcsits' liad been inailo with the Canadian hanks' for the financing of Ihc wheat elevat- onH tlie delivery and sale to the Wheat Export company., 'Jt the wheat has not gone forward icily as iin fo lllJG tO. ies, 'tiaf owing U nf I i led to pass untouched under the guns of a ivhole cordon of hostiEe cnilscrs. BO Inter- (Pauses .irisin rap- tta iKiliTho freedom of the o[ difflcullles 'of Hie fraile in forward-' Ing.Ihe wheat to .the; se -.c- ing '.he fullest vossible scape to DELEGA1 GO the exercise of-military iwwer while hrimperips and restricting maritime effort. It Is out of the question for Great Eriiaiu. to submit to' any such limitation in the nse of tho weapon on which slie has mainly rolled to her own free'dom, and that ol irthe world-'affaiiiBt of I great organized military states. She I cannot afrorct to abandon'the block- be no UkraTjiian delegates iade; which was probably the most sent'to aavj potent of all'the agencies that com- of being wltlsout warning; and it necessary also to adopt that doctrine ot the "continuous voy- age" which Lincoln had resolutely as- serted in the American civil war. The se in novations do not real ly curtail the freedom, of the sea for neutrals, or innocent voyagers. The real 'and most dangerous "inroad uyon I he principle was th'p indiscriminate} is.0 by Germany of her invisible pi- rate-boats and Healing mines which rendered the ocean highways unsafe !or all nations, neutrals as well aa belligerents, and would have brought the entire sea-borne trade of the globe to a standstill if the British and other allied navies had not been able to counteract the depredations. The problem before the league of nations rill toe to lake care that the freedom of the seas shall never.again be ex- posed to thu menace from which-' it was delivered ivith so much 'sacrifice and 3oss, If unhappily there should ever be another war it must not bs sullied by incidents like the'sinking of the Lusitanla or "without a trace" ot Dutch, Spanish and Argentine steamers. The United States, abandoning a controversy nov obsolete, wlH co-operate with Croat Britain to keep the seas free, oven iu war ttme, for lawful traffic and to protect civilian passengers anfl metv cantite seamen from matjsacre. the -accredited rep the Dominion ii-tirtrttJ resentatives cf not s'enrT from Canada of any separate race or nationality, The death took placebo! ".a known farnier of Zarri, Patrick He was i !E WASHINGTON, Jan. v ment of the allied forces holding ad- vanced positions in the Archansel sec- tion before attacks ot superior Bol- shevik offi- cial dispatch" dated the substance ott which.Ws' niade puhlic today "by Gen.' MardvUnited 'States chief of staff. The points attacked by-the enemy lay generally ybout ISO 'miles Jrom, ArchangeL CP.R. OfFiClAL HONORED VETERANS, NOTICE! F0LL MEETING of the Local Branch of the G. W. V. A. will be held on SpAY, JAN. 26th AT THREE P.M. of Vital Importance Up.- THE appoint- Tncnt ct l.t- Col. G. JIo- Broirn -Comman- .ier ol the Order of the. British Empire ia re- ol_ very fine acrrfcw rcn- iered by Jhs Euro- pean Slanajer. ol C. P. R. to the Erllleh Govern- ment, for whom he acted ss A llitant Director Transport dur- ing lie last three years ol the war. as ha Is popularly known, both tn Canada and the Old 1 .the' son of Adam Bronn of Hamil- Ontario, and born In 1S8" !ln ho. was appointed agent of. the 'Canadian radflo Rail way a I Vancouver, pro moled yppr lalor to bi As t General Pasaoo- IfcL. Brotrn. fftr Agent, Western Division, And bscaino In turn ExccotlTa Agcnl, Suia-rlntecdcnt of Holds, and Dining and aieeplns Car Dept and General I'nssengor Acont C. p. H. XtWntlo Steamship 1SOS ho .was appointed General Kironjan Ajent, and In 1910 General Euro- pean Manager, with hoid officea at 62-S Charing Cross, Lonflod, S.W. Col. Ocorga Brown, says i friend writing In the "Montreal Is one o( those rare men whost friendships are einial-lo tbe numi, licr ol their actiialntances. To all in that wtdo'circle tbe announcement ol now honor ivjilch his been conferred upon him comes as pleasant find welcome iien-s, It U a recognition'of qualities and services which ther all know him to possess and iiayc rendered. .The reputation which ho enjoyed In Canada, not alone In the'railway world, enhanced In proportion to hia larger opportunities as European Manser'of tho Cana- dian Pacinc Railway In I.ondin, and the'value of his service in Ihc .zatton direction ol troop transportation during' tho can hardly he overstated. It wes as succcsslu! sa.it.n'as ami although given rT.'llh no other thought Han that 'ol ivas nono tho less descrvinE of rewg. nlllon nun accorded. It was but one, It Ihc chief of his war activities, inhlcn were In fact cs varled.ns were upon hls.help toonsf.l. jln All Urown has been tnie'ln Impulse and action lo Ibn jBiock of which hp comes...Similar Ifnpu'fss, finding similar expression paving regard lo plufo and clrcuttisiafices; have characterized the long and honorable! career ol Altai Brown, his father, now and lor mhoy-yciri: post- maatsr'ftl Hamilton. AclivS and succestlijl'ln commercinl Ufa. R'pjo'nTe'r In 'railway and ot the fathers Of tho Adam. at nloetv-slx. Is'atlll rontii? In spirit, p'.vlng largely o'lihti'ilmii afirl .imbalance In philanthropy, and to tlie support of. war reHc' M if, thn father, itn la thn aon, strong Ip hli undeiUkloEa and, nlthil a Irlniily CfJtUuiin, I Germ as y lo surrender. .uTltc. question Is rather less simple it'affects neutrals, anfl it was from this standpoint that it was formerly regarded In tho United States, which -supposed Itself much more likely to bo a neutral than, a combatant in an? I war involving the greater military well-land naval powers, hia blockade of the hostile coasts a bel- ligerent is obliged to intercept and 1n order to ascertain --whether they goods intended lo assist (lie enemy. Great Britain started 'the war with every destrc esorclsd tho right ot search with as much considoratio'n for neut- ral interests' as the cErcumsltraces Would pcrm'ii. It was" Ihc unscrupu- lous use of ilia submarine which com- polled her to sUffei) lier measures. The old rule was that ships should be examined at sea, ami only brought port for trial hud condemnation. if contraband were found It was Impossible to maintain this practice when no vessel could .be stopped at sea without imminent peril j USE PREMIER COAL Phone 494 Immediate Delivery-to any part of city.- Car load lots for export. Wire or Write. .'f GOOD'.COAL MAKES WARM HAMILTON COAL MINE 110 FIFTH STREET SOUTH I Read What it Says oh the Front of the War-Savings Certificate the Dominion of Canada will pay on January to the owner nsimed on the back hereof the turn of, in respect of each' Canada Stamp of the First Scries (1919) then attached thereto. Each such stamp is also redeemable at the Option of the owner at date for the lesser amount indicated in the table of surrender values printed hereon." L WHEN you invest in a War-Savings Stamp, the Dominion of Canada not only pledges pay you for each such stamp in 19 but the Government provides for earlier redemption should circumstancei compel you to obtain cash on your You see the security ii absolute. Sixteen THRIFT (25 cents each) on t Thrift Card are exchangeable this -month for War-Savingi Stamp. For each month hereafter there an additional one cent charge fof interest earned. ,00 for oo W-S.S. Orilllote to hold 10 W-S.S. ;