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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE DAILY 11KRALD TIU'USOAY, MAUCI1 13, 1019 TIME FOR GERMANY TO REPENT OPENLY l ol ihcir j iMnes are a Ions wav from tha spirit already ot he ta tbls au'itmlo ibis country sUouM them .luluvo cwuouiic hold Germany Of r-uM-iV Stall U m- In- rn'iu" -fiioas 'Thf toy Cvrmnn capital la (Wa country. llu- resuleaco hero ot they be- (By Jolin Burrouslis, in N'ew York Times.) Germany U' crushed for the time 1 ing as a military power; we have i, ieated her nefarious scheme ,o( vvorlil j i-ouguest. but it we think we liavc j changed her spirit or made her b.uuiblo less seli-seekinj.', or cruel, or unscrupulous, or ireach- erous, or deceive our- selves. Not one liare her people or licr rulers yet given that they re- gret their colossal crimes. There are nearly or quite seventy million there yet with vast resources ot land and money and economic power in- trenched in manufactories, in mining, in trade, in agriculture, and in all man- ner ot industries, cherishing their fcal- lur, invoking their tribal soils, and privileges ibo wliidi them'by their sn-rot and waffles ef- to" pivpare tt.> way for IIU13 W minion. Their has been tireless anJ thorough. Us ramilica- (ions, like a of hidden tek- telephouv extpiiueu ,anJ liiwlin; force ot International law; I Kt their feuorals renounce militarism, I remorse over his piratical submarine; sorrow- am! rebalance from j 'world. Their business ami las Ui'.n would Ux-uiue Hermany at; UiHJn this country had this lime. rtached the danger when we Let us no tyrapitliy jrjwn into ilia war. Stall we al lower and iniMle classes uuions la; Ufrniau they were Iwdy unJ soul with iheir Kaiser as Ions as lie _ ivas uitmiug the game: when lie lw I to they turned against him. "ridr in-tir.ft ot self-preservation au-sJ the revolt. They were tauty L there any protest as as their armies were victorious? Had! Ihev won ihe war and emslitJ uuil im- iwv'orished France and England fora low them to resume their subtle- anil unscrupulous comwuest? As we have conn! citizens ot the United Slates? Let us protect ourselves as-iinst the coulagion ot live Ueruura spirit as would uguinst tbc pbsne. U. S. WILL CtT S3 HUN SHIPS Ul'EN'OS AWKS. March cording to a dispatch to the Xaclon trom Saml-JEO. tlin I'nitcil States will have turned over to German ships Interned m I'lnleau ports, by virtue ol the decision ivacltei uy toe supremo >var council in Parlr. Come Mother, This Castor CK1 i h What You Cry! A GLIMPSE OF GT. nt any responsible, governim-nt and the setting up ot a number oJ small. independent Slates to t-su-ajw tie ;n-nt of tue liuee war indemnities which they know are due and will be I'xacied. Tile world is waiting for some sign of Uerruau contrition. Not one aulhori- lative voice lias yet renounc-eil or re- piijiaicd their robber s-clienies. At licglniiuig of the war nearly a hundred iiieir- bringing mi the war. I ater in IS1C, over thirteen hundred. [lit was a failure, auil instead of; hncc spoils to divide, there are huge! bills 10 pay. The rl.aused conditions, tiiirmanVs ethical development lapsed far behind her intellectual. I j think U highly improbable that williW at least in this generation.! 10 Ket out of the narrow, intense, cx-j i-lusiiv tribal feeling into the larger: the United have ejemplitt over and over; such a for in- If you, mother, had to swallow the iwtul dose- Think back to your childhood Ciscarets instead. Casouets taste like cand.v. Every child loves to take a Cascaret. Besides Cascarets act better on the little liver and bowels when tha child is bilious, constipated, feverish and sick. Cascarets are the leading men all as would have enabled her to j 'Of this cmmlry i classes, iiui jin'reganl to Cuba alter wo had re-! u tor lands leased her front the Spanish yoke, or: upon franco of Great ISritniirir. the freedom sue, mustTe utterly crushed and tapoYer. to Her colonies. Yon cannot i-hed; that Belgium must be retained; the Channel ports occupied; the Afri- can coJonies ercaily enlarged, ami so on Let these same men -now come forth and sign r, petition to the put a soul into, a soulless people. is born in the bone cannot lie got out j- of the flesh, and the tribal psychology j is certainly bone of Germany, i 4 The only safe way for the guardians I ot civilization is. now; that we hare the j ___- have met with a keep it there. >-iiauge ot heart. At abooc the same time the Herman business men. em- bracing the Leugue of Agriculturists, iiiff German Peasant League, the jihallan Peasant Society, the Central .Vssociation of Germao Inauslrlalists, the i-eague Ipdiistrialists, and the Herman Middle Class. Association. tcok.'actiqrV logtiher in a petition to the Iniperral Cltaircellur setting ionh the rich harvest of territory, mines, (iron aud colonies, harbors, coast-lines, and 30 on, which the war must vield Germaay. Germany must heeiia'te at notbing that would increase her political, maritime, am economic; power, and secure her io The tremendous and growing spirit o! Bumauitaii'aniJ'm ot our time, like a j genial climate, ought to msiie .itself j- :elt at lastv. j we think; tjio Brute aMiCEleu iiltli j the Kaiser we deceive ourselves: He is 1 Etill .there in: erery one of arit Ju and Pan Germans -i mon'lded the Kaiser to their will and iirourtt on the war. The whole German Nsoll'w Scotch. tvarybody u Krit (1) The AljocaUn BoM at St. JUdrsw'i. (J) 0. Ohnjri at Bt Andrew'i. (3) of Lord SlunghncEay tt St with Mlllng UactlMn it SL AndreWo doits, little Ihnt glide'The on the golt grounds Is _i._ (tiK with >JI rfflrtpm C.3TCni" br i you the f ratcb flsber- iirn cstci. mlUIona oE -.In tMir weirs that ert set a huc- yitdi. or less, iroa the sboM. old anS old women- olten eeen gatlierirK Ehellflsh on ho beach. It is a to Ustea to B continuous of the wnves EJ-J! io cent box of Cascarets, the pleasant candy cathartic, contains .jmii-vif rm rithir'ihteroretation. one's tonguetuins white, breath feverish, stomacn sour, tnere IS nothino to "work" the nasty bile, sourinj focxl and constipation the child's systern. Give Cascarels, tljb never led admit-bt no other' interpretation And not a man of them has changed. The leopard cannot change bis spots. A less chivalrous, a less decent, a less economic; power, anu secure uei A a. uctcuv, it... azainst danger of .pressure ,irom ont-, ho'imra'ulc race neyer appeared itt.his- 'Eeiieltory. but a German would 'h all "ithe P'ae- amen. Ol m OK. Mid that contribution the ol jtncleat T Slint Andrew's By ferunswfek. called after the patron taint of Scotland. -IB tlw o! (imllles ot Scotch descent, and tt Is approprUt. thai wot tamed should ot golf a. fine as any In tie world. K Is not enctly fenoirn when golf Orst played at St. Andrew's, but Alionaula Clob came Into nce'lo 1MB. A dub waj'fimly here In 1SS5, ant! now St. Indrew'i ba> reputation of being Hsltors from Canada asil the Statte flock hither annuallr an: Pe glorious sport Qoll te sn Invljorotlns psnn any- bat It U most dellsbtfnl wh.u tie sea. At SI. An- there two a line la a Brm of velvet. sreen. jell f TTnl'e restlir en yn'J enjoy vUw of the sea bcnsath.itb? with all rcfldem you miy Pla'r tennli oa tho acmlrablo at the Algonquin iotcl. Yon mp.y ride In c motor toat to Deer Island, you rosy a row bent, or bttho in lie of KetEo'l Core; garao of bowl- Ins on tba bowllna Erccn is a paitlme. The Sir William Van Home, one of the prcsideatu ot the Canadian Pacific Rall-ii-ay. ballt a btautliul rcsldenco oa an fsUad In PMsan.-.- qucdSy Bav. and his faioily still lives thero tn the- sumrccr Ixird C. P. n. B lha v X tho rd of Directors, makes .hat expire on tin red-lipped !or the coact line is made of rocVs and sand of rich red; ir.a look- ing on It one might fancy that here in prehistoric times soffia gceaL sea monitor ww killed and dred tho with his blood. When a gamo of golf is ended It U pteiunt to Rlt v. t. iv. vi on one of rti rocts, or gather Ihls stmracr lorac, at Port Tlpperarj. bunches o[ tho lovilj Brunswiri (St, AnSrevr's, end Likes a spctlsl In- wild ro-es from the heajcs, or rlcb in tho orosresa o( tho plsct. bouqneta of blui lilies In the marshy j At Et Andrsiv-a the.-e is mtaaows. In July tie fields areladenitsi Bshlnr. and a late near at a wealth of will) strawberries furnishes some of tho best Esh. that'temft many to so lerry gather- Ing in Cjn.iio. And chouM ths rrci- ln- jtlier- evtr r.-.tny ths Algoniiilia The cllwato of St. Anirii-'s roakfaJHote! sur.pilsa bor.liaz sjlejs, the nl'ce an holiday rosorl. tables. French blll'ord tables, tr.S a t-auUIul larjs csjlno Jor rup.Vc Tha sVSei are seldon cloudel av. the heat ol tho sun Is tempered by tho conl of PassamtcsuoSdy in-i Andrew's by the Eiea t! elr holiday re- sort cncc will do 53 P. tlmt, fcr vjsn you cO'a-7-r" Iro-n it fad 'the air wit h Xti Si: they -.emuaerate-; the. terri- tories adiaceilt'to 'tfceir'own -whicn, they .in xrder may play-ierrote-wliich-the, Teutonic God tas is .one ot tlie- inoEt' stupendbns.Vpiecee ot'.etfronlery in all history., TBsy mait eitend their frontiers west, and then add nan: land to protect their exposed frontiers. Just where tltey would stop does .not.appear-..... H fc time there came a day of humil- iation, and prayer in the laud of the Jlun tv5t the people clothe themselves in MCtijloth and ashes; let Eucken be heard; Jet HaSckel ween for invoking ilestruclkm npon the land of Darwin to he'owed EO much; let their cler j-j- uka lack their boastful and un Christian utterances; let their editors end lawyers acknowledge the existence tory. mock and insult a .defeated eaemy .Who else bnt'a'Gerinan would erect ironical signs on tho a churcli or a villa which their guns had de- molished, as they did in Belgium and rfa'nce? Who but a German would desecrate cemeteries, or.make swine c-f'themselves in'private dwellings, or wantonly destroy works of art, or bom- lard ccntnry-olavcathedrals? .All such iiings Seeping wita'their'rabid :fibal spirit. One may say: "How non-Germanic are the British and the Americans." Think of London talrly outdoing New York and Washington in celebrating I j the Fourth of. July the past day commemorating-the loss to Eng-1 ay land of a great colonial of Great Britain's armies marching to battle sinp'ng the .boche'Sj "Song of 'of term "Old Brit- ain Ehijald frinltly publish her.losses of arid'the number ot her sunk, 'lilled. ,th6, .Teutonic leaders 'with -JslqnlshmenL Such Banking VOUR banking requirements may be entrusted to this Bank with every confidence that careful.and efficient service will be rendered. Our, facilities are entirely, at .your disposal. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE u the week-end jwth freight charges your station LETHHUDCE BRANCH R. T. BRYMNEK, Manafa J. H.S. GORDON, 1. V. 3TEEL, Minatei Break Out j and thieves break in. Don't risk firs.t, or invite the by keeping money in the btSttte. i Put Bank, V where it will be aafe from jkhrays earn interest at kighest current rates. AKMEHANTS BANK OF CAN ADA E.Ubllshec! 1 CM. LB1HBRIDGE BRANCH, J..DINNTNO, MONARCH BRANCH, V.-.A. Aclini _ M K1LPATRICX, Actuil mw.gtr. We are carrying the largest stock of team hameiss in Southern Alberta, made of good Oak Tanned Leather and it will pay you to get our prices before buying. Also large stock of (trunks and suit cases; jack- knives, tents and sporting goods, flit you don't buy-'frorn us we both lose money. fj[ Manufacturers of Horse Furnishings, Trunks and Suit Cases, Leather Belt- ing and Tents, Head- quarters for Spotting (JOCKOS. Saddlery Co., Ltd. ori P.O. Box 1016 ;