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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEpNESDAV. N6VEMBE;R 13. 1918 I HE LE'l^HBRIDGE fJAlL'.' W;.CHALD .-aGE NIN^ � *>'>�! > > �: ? �  �: ' MERfcHANTMEN. ' ? |�  ? * ? ? ? �> * ? Mt liondt,^be |tp., meri^han'tmen, AiQd ships: boih great' and spiall. HTho swift and strong to run their race And smite their foes withal; I The little ships that sink or swim, And pay U>e pirate's toll, liUnarraored save by valiant hearts, And strong in naught but soul. honor be to merchantmen, Aa long as tides shall run, I Who gave the seas their glorious dead From ri9ff",to{�et of sun; |vAU honor be ;t6"inerchantmen While England's name shall stand, |jWho sailed and fought, and dared and died, And. served qitt4 saved their land. -By :c. Fox Smith in the London jDaily Chronicle. . *    * � �  * -� :�? : � * t itheimeml/i'anevanirj^ttdually^hut^sui^ the/annoying throat tickle and dreadert cough disappear-entirely. :.'Kpthita,:.h^t-**r, for* bronchilis, spasmodic' croup, KpopiiJB cough or bronchial nrthma. JfinexTs a, spcaftl and-higjily^iSn'ceir. ��ted compound of genuine Norway pine c'ziraot,. known the world over for its |h||linj^�ffeot on.the meinbisnoR. ' elfe. 'Guaranteed to sivo absolute tisfadtion or money promptly refunded. Fihex Co., Toronto, Ont. attack of influenza at. her home on Falrvlew Ranch. . Mr, Janies Atkinson of Magrath was a visitor in the city on Monday. Mrs. Sheldeh of Magrath is in the city. / � *�  Mr. David Walker, who has been suffering from influenza, is now getting on well. * � m Mr, A. Day'of Medicine Hat was a visitor In the city at the beginning of the week.  �  Mrs. Green of LAngley Prairie, B.C., arrived in the iuty yesterday, being called here by the death of her daughter. Miss Bessie Green.   �> Mrs., Bl.annar-Hassett and family of Taber are vislttfrsMn-the city with the former^s sister, Mrs. McOprvie. MtSB CoUingB, who :6aB been ill, is now able to be around again. Mr. and Mrs. J; J. Furman announce the engagement of their neice, Miss M. B. Clake to Mr. S. R. Noble of New Dayton. *  � �  � �  � *  �  V CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES � into Canada or get out of the Dominion without the food board being cognizant of its source and destination. The Export and Import Section issues permits by the thousand for all kinds of articles from dried Chinese eggs tn cottonseed oil or tea. Copies of a handy manual giving a list of articles on which export and import restrictions have been, placed, may be secured free from the'caiiada food board. ' Dominion Kebekah Lodge No. 41 will not hold Its regular meeting tomorrow night on account of the epl-demic. ' >  . ,  . The boxes which are on sale by the Majorr Jack Ross Chat)ter I.O.D.E. at Woolworth's are not for shipping overseas parcels, but are decorated boxes for Christmas use, and make very attractive containers for Christ? mas gifts.    The Major Jack Ross Chapter I.O. D.B. have been supplying service flags to most of the ba,nks and large business houses In the city. Anyone wishing these for business or family use may obtain them from that chapter. A blue Mnple Leaf is put onthe flag for Boys oh service and a gold one for those who'have given their Mtm. � - ' * ji, . Would, the Rartjr who took  ? the electric" Iron from the Red  ? at once and save further trou- �J> ,  V ? ? �-  ^ FOOD BOARD PLASHES � FOR FEMININE FOLKS oveK.$1,050,060,' while its quota was only'$li000,000, so that the^dlstrlctvas.* whole has.won=� flag^j^^^'^^p;^^;'^,^^"^^ foj Washington, Nov/ 12.-Amendment of the armistice, terms made by Marshal Foch after his first meeting with the German plenipotentiaries as announced tonight by ,th.e state department; include the ji delivery to the United States and/iihe allies of all German submarines, ^'instead of the 160 specified Jn the original draft 8t the armistice. ,, ... 1 Another amendment specifies that the "countries on, the-left bank of the Rhine evaoflated by the Germans shall be administered by the local troops of occupation," in stead:; of the local authorities under the control of tlie armies of occupationri Instead'of im-rte