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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1918 rYftPlALn PEACE DELEGATES Parisf. ' Nov. 13.'- Phllipp Hliindrs-mann',/iuierman majority Socialist leader, probably will hciid the O'lrmuu (lelcgftttm to tlio pcacn conft-rr-niMi,'according, to a Zurich diHpatch to I.Tn-formation. In diplomatic cirrion In Zurich, It Is not hollovnd that tlm (Icr. man ilclfigntaB ran Tin nominated bn-foro tlio oiiil of llir: wnnk. It. in point -cd out thorn It. will be. difficult, to maltr up a common iliilo^ntlon now thai Oormany Inn two snimrato ri'piihlle:i ndvlcn of a special com in, dent Wilson, It. was uinic: is romildcriiiK lhi> aI1'1 I'ci oiiHtruction (.oninii Tim coninifHHlo/i as Hidol'Cd III Olliclal ril'i down the broad line* n nation would b|) run war to poacn basil1. It -ly an an advlBory bo; t'liuctidiiH would lie in departments iiinl air,-':  �ration, '�I Oll.'-I I 11' "ill mill i>! " lir wniii � tnl "ii tlic i'MI t'l'i'^i '"oil luila.v, liitmi'iit ill' a Hill b-iiir "(ih-� ' would la v ']'�- wlii.-h 111'-ti-'I t't'oni a art law I'lxI-i-nI i\ c hand:- 'i! lo\C ill -.i|l- rd HOLLAND IS CANNY. Copenhagen, . Nov. 13-Queen Wllhelmlna of Holland, according to the Frankfort Gazette, wished to extend hospitality to the former German emperor, while he remained In Holland, However, the newspaper add*, as Holland itielf fears the coming days it was felt'desirable that William Hohenzollern should live as a private individual.  POPPER, HELP ME! * An American poldlor in Franco Is nuthor of tlio following, which la nn-tltlcd "Tim Clown Trlnco to Ills IV: Dear Papa.-I am writing on dor run, ns iler bravo and Rlorlous soldlor undor jny command have not .seen dor Rhino for so long dat they have storied back ilat vay and ot coiirsi> I am golnu mlt] idem. Oh, papa, dure has boon rniiiw offol dings bapponcil hero lit 1'ranco.' First, I started In my IiIr offen.slvn -which was to crush do fool American, but dey know so little about military tactics dat dey will not bo crushed llkn I vnnt 'em. I sent my men In dfir fight ii\ bitf waves, and ve.u dey got to do Americans dey nil said "Boo" as low? us dey could boiler. Veil, according to vat you half alvp.ys told nio. dor Americans have turned and run. llko blazon. Hut vat do you think? Dom fool Americans don't know anything nbout. war, instead of running do odder vay. dey came right toward:! tin. Home of clem wan sinKint; aoni()tliliig about "\'o Won't Come Rack Till It's Over Over Dero," or some odder foolish (joiik, and Homo of ilom woro laf-fInK lllio fools. Dey aro bo Ignorant. Jlut, dey nro offol reckless mlt dcre puns, and ven dey como toward uh it vas dat my mon took a notion dey Vnntod to go back to do dear old Ilhlno. Vo don't llko do little old dirty Mnmo river, anyhow. And, oh pa-jui, deni Americans use. such offol language. Uoy know nothing of Kultur, mill say such off-l dings right beforo lis. And Any talk blasphemy, too. Vot you tlnk doy said right In front o( my face? One big husky from n pluoii ilcy call Arizona, ho said-oh, papa, I Jiato to tell you vat. an offer ting ho gnld-but I can't help it; ho mid, "To Ji-1 mlt der Kaiser!" Did you over Jioar anything so offol? I don't think anybody vould any suoh a offol ting. It make tno ho mud. I couldn't nUnd and hoar such an offel ting io I turned round nnd run in it dor oddor boyn. Was I right? And, oh papa, you know dam lironst plates you sent us-can you Bond Homo raoro to put on our haoks? You know wo aro going do oddor vay now, and broast plates are no good, for do cowardly Americans aro shooting iih right In dor back. Some of our boys took 'iff dor breast plates and put 'oni behind, but do fool Americans aro playing "Der Star Spangled Htui-nor" mlt machine gnus on dem plates. Can't you help us? You remember In your speech you said nothing could stand before tho brave Gorman soldiers. Oh, papa, I don't believe ileHe Ignorant Americans over re�d your speech, for dey run after us just like vo van ti lot of rabbits. Vot^'ou tlnk of dot? Can't you Kcud dom some of your speeches right away? Dey don't know how terrible vo are. Can't you (novo my unny back to Helglum voro vo von our glory? My men can vip all de vininion and children vot Belgians can bring us. Hut dcBo Americans are no rough and Ignorant. Wo can't make 'em understand dot vot ve aro de greatest soldiers on earth, and ven dey try to aing "Doutschland Uohor Alloa." dey laugh like a lof of monkeys. Hut vo are gotting the best ot do Americans. Wo can outrun dom. Papa, It ve aro not the host fighters on earth, wo are sure de host runnorH. Nobody can keep up mlt us ven vo tlnk of dor dear old Ilhlno, and my army nover did tlnk an much of dot dear old river. Let mo know right avay vot to do by return post office. WILLI K. AIDING THE RETURNED MAN 'Anchor Donaldson i'in�ul� Ul>U 0, l. COMPANY'S OFFICE, ScsH BUcV 270 MAIN KTKF.KT. WlNNIVRli ! yMa"*"�^.a.^*>..a..>..a"a.a.,a,���..a,,a,.�Ma,.a, i*ana,^., LEMON JUICE WHITENS SKIN Girls ! Make beauty lotion at home for few cents Squeozo tho Julco of two lemons Into a bottle containing three ouuees of Ovehnrd Wlilto. shako welj, and you bovo a quarter pint of tho host bleaching and Hklu whitening lotion, and fiomylexlon boautlflor at very, very innl| rout. Your grocer has tho lomons nnd any drug ktoro or tollot counter will supply three ounces of Orchard White for a few contH. MasHago thin sweetly frag-'�runt lolloii Into tlie face, neck, arms nnd hands -neh day and sue how tan, -udnoHs, BiillownoHH, sunburn and wind-tiurn disappciir iutd how clear, doft ml rosy-whlto tho skin becomes. Yos! lit liitrmloas,-Advertisement. (Winnipeg Free ProsK). Tho rocent decision of tho invalided Soldiers' Commission to organlzu a syutom which will enable them to kcop In closu and helpful relation with the roturnud man who has been ro-tralnod and started upon some now occupation in civil life, should be of great service in tlio efforts that are bolag mado to help those who. by reason of disablement, take their place again among civilian workers at soma disadvantage. The experience ot tho department has shown that Us opportunity for sorvlco has not been fully utilized when It has cared for such men In hospitals, proparod them by special instruction for some occupation which shall take tho place of the one for �which thoy have "boon rendered unfit nnd, finally, found them suitable employment. Observation has shown that la the uarly days of this new venturo Into tho competitive world, tho man is apt to meet difficulties and discouragements which could not bo fully anticipated In the poriod of training nnd to Htuuil much in need of frlondly counsel until such ttmu as ho has lost the sense ot his handicap and acquired confldenco In tho use of his newly-tralnod powers, it Is not surprising to learn that many, In those circumstances, havo thrown up tho Job which they could have bold oasily with i\ little JurtlcIotiR encouragement, mid, snoklng easier work, havo sunk to a lower economic level, losing the benefit of tho training which had been given them. Tho proposed extonston of the machinery of supervision Is intended to meet this condition. Hooping In mind tho requirements that the men who are to bo bonotltod must bo so aided always that they will bo enabled to help themselves. Follow-up forms have been sent out to the District Vocational Officers. One of thuBo giving the fullest possible particulars of the man's training nnd employment is to be sent to the hoad office at Ottawa a wnok, after tlib conclusion of tho course. Thereafter monthly reports must follow and In order that those mgy be flllod the man must be visited:at his work. '|io is thus mado to fool that interest In his welfare has not ceased and at tho same time it is poistble to urge upon employers the necessity for patience nnd consideration, Other effuftH will be. made to keep hi touch with the men through tjie Reunions Hoard, through Veterans' Clubs and the Provincial Aid Commission. Under tho dlNeUnu of capable and sympathetic officials this extension of the excellent work which tho department Is now doing should bu of very groat L'ouuflk ASKED TO BE IMTTiMHED ; London, Nov. 14.- Five C-rrtnnn ' submarines arrived at Lnnciskro na, southern Sweden. Wednesday and requested the n.-wnl .luthori ties to intorn them, according to a dispatch to the F-xchnngc Telegraph Company from Copenhagen. 1 The Mibmnrinc commanders said they did not dare to return to 1 Germany. 1 Berlin. Nov. 14.-(By Wireless to London.)-The German light cruiser Koenigs.burg on Nov. 13, at 1 p.m., put to oea with envoys of trie workmen's and soldiers' council in order to meet the representatives of the British admiralty. The chief of the high seas forces, Admiral Piper, is taking part in the negotiations, as advisor in the deliberations concerning the execution of the naval conditions of the armistice. NOTABLES AT PARIS. Paris, Nov. 14.-Arthur J. EJal tour, the British foreign secretary, and Baron Sonnlno, the Italian foreign minister, will arrive in Paris today, tho Journal says. Premier Lloyd George of Great Britain v/ill follow the foreign secretaries shortly. On their arrival, it is added, discussions will begin, to prepare the preliminaries for peace. SOUTHERN ALTA. T AS ALL OF SASK. Mini" ' ''111'11ioii sei'iii-' in have ;ui-i'ii in s in- minds of the public over the ili'HKiiatioti nf tlie Lelhhridgi! division and the l.-lbbridg- district, of tlie Vie Jury Loan campaign. To explain. Lelbbridgi' division Is tiiat dKision or Soul in-l ii Aili-rtii mid .*,- | f.DO.diin. The wholi; nr Saskatchewan. (wilii an objective of ^X'Mill.nOU, yes- j i-rdiiy reiioftcd only $H,:iO0,OO(i, su that KdUtliorti Allieila has lion- almost as well ns tin whole of the airier pro-i 1 '. Hire "i I'm- ll'.is whole -nr. and thut, objei 'i- th- i linirman 1 and inrludes be-�ind distvli ' the 1 ah-*', l''orrmosl, | Milk Hiver. Ihir- i 'I'll- nlijerl Iv- ; .vii ' - cbovokit*' teaspiKin vanilla. Milt tlie ehivolate over hot water. Scald lh cups of the milk: add tlie corn syrup. Mix tai^nr, salt, and cornftL'-rcl) toi'.-tlier ; a�Ui cup of cold milk to make it smooth mtxtui'o ; udil |{r�(l";'l!>'tn'akh'il milk,.and then atld all th- liquid to the melted oliocolat**, Htirring constantly, took for 20 minutes in a double boiler, stirring until thickened ; add vanilla : pour into moulds which have hr-.i dioperl into eold water, t.'hill. MARMALADE 8 cujw water 10 cups Lily WhiU Corn Syiup 1 iira'pefiuit 1 oiaiiKO 1 lemon ('ut fruit in thin slices and allow to stand in water for uti bourn orovfrttijrlil- S�-p:ir;ito Heeds nnd w>ak them in part ft' the water. Cook fruit until toiiiL'rawl add Corn Syrup. Conlinuo cooking until jelly is obtuiiu'd.  SUGAR You know tloctors order Corn Starch *s a diet for invalids, Wc convert the corn starch into its "sugar" form, a most digestible form of sweetening. Sold by Grocer* eueryw/Wa in 2, S, 10 and 20 lb. tin*. The Canada Starch Co., Mailed, Montreal. CAKE WITHOUT SUGAR '( cup ahoriunirig 1'/, tableipoun baking powder 2 cupH Lily Whit"' Corn Syrup ,1* teMpoun nslt '.icgjrs 1 cup milk 3eupsllour. Cream the iliortening, add tlie ayruu and the t'CK, and mix wttll. Add the milk. Sift th*- baking powder and Hour tcK�th� cup of milk (cold) to mal*- a smooth mixture. Scald ri-mamdrr of th� milk ; add tltu eornutnrcti mixture itnd corn *vrup, atirrinK consUntly, Add tlir t'ocoiuiut and rook in a doublt* boik-r for 40 minute*. Tin* rooking mixture should b*� stirrod until it thickuii*. When done, add th<* vanilla and pour into moulds which havevbe*n dip[ied into c-!d water. Chill. , ( -� t f', ;