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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 191R 1 ALLIES NEK EASY Germany Would Have Demanded Paris and London and Whole Continent  London. Nov. 21.-(British wireless �orvlco)-The late Albert Ballln, fen-nrul director of tho Haraburg-Amer Icmi Steamship Company, lb dlsciiaa )iik the Indicated arnjiBtlco. torras to lio given to Germany, in a latter to tho editor of tho National Zoltung of Merlin, pliortly before his death, ac cording to a telegram from Zurich, said: "In the indicated military, economic anil projectlvo conditions, nro much morn modnratd thnn might! aa\e beou expected from our'situation. Wo need - t'arr Line, then 11 hiiibII yim-petltnr of the Hnmburg-Amerlka Line, nnd made such progress that, In ho was sent back to Ham- burg to manage the continental pas-, sengcr traffic of his company. j Firat. Cltixen x j Before the wnr he was the (irt>t. citizen of (iermniiy. and in spite of the fact that he .was n Hebrew, was possibly Its most popular cltlztn.j alike with the kaiser nnd hi* people. I This was due not merely to the fact; that he was one. of the chief archl-. teds of Germany's commercial do-! velopment. but that he had fulfilled j the kaher's ambition of "teuehlns; Germany to swim." To him, more than anyone else, may be accredited the rivalry existing between ICngland which for year* over-ulll- Winnipeg. Nov. ".1 -Tho Influenza nidenitc In Winnipeg 'x on the wane. Slxty-nlno new cases, most of them ^lljtht, were reported up to noon today. In the last 24 hours l?f. new rases ha,ve. been reported, with 21 deaths. When . the Hatnbiirg-Amtntika linn fcrred to the public aff.lrs committee l.h" .Iln,>' ��">� �-� ,, order that they may secure ro^;�'T� ^Z"^ 'ZX'Z^- ,le�H condition. For year- It had paid no dividend. It had only five steamer route*, one to New York and four in the West Indies and central atlon of other local Bodies such aa Board of Trade and City Council In Memorialising tho provincial and federal governments through the local member of parliament Retarlan "Billy" Uuchnnaa." Dollars jttf. Health Health Dollars ,The accirnmlation^oflTfortwie to be spent by others is a poor consolation when one realizes, too late, that if he had played ___ more and worked leas, he would fnoThavc sacrificed his health for his dollars,1 [but would have had his dollars plus his health.! 7000 Western Spent Their Winter last year in the Pacific Northwest, recovering) their health, increasing their vitality, broaden-', ing their outlook on life, assimilating a spirit of cheerfulness through enjoying the temperate climate, wonderful scenery, golf and motoring in British Columbia, Washington and Oregon..1 _ Yoor Wife Nee* . tms^winter; her health demands it^ , Writ* for  bteilH ea iht If Self Paris* Vwie*�V4f,~0r t>M. a G�mm, Mommfriwtrimt, ^ilNHfUMf, Yiehh ing, �r Puking, to PatiAt Northwest Toutiit At-totiation, Office of E*tl No detail was .too trivial to be stored away In hi* profusely pigeonholed brain. He win In tho matter of affairs what La*kor Is al the chess botrd. Until his advent In the maritime history of Get many their ocean b'reyhounds had been built in Great Britain. He changed all th�t and inaugurated the practice o,' constructing German liners In Ormaiiy. It was natural that tho Walter, with iiis psikion to make Germany gru.it at sei, should have been un enthusiastic admirer of Albert Builiii, hut Hallln for hU part preferred rather to reign in Hamburg u;. the autocrat of the German shinning trado than to accept a position in Borlin under the Prussian Junker. He never ventured on the stormy seas of German politics, and had as little table for social distinction as for public recognition of his national work. MONSTER ENGINES I AT ST. THOMAS wide. Pillow Tubing 55c 42 Inches wide, >x-tra fine. Grey Flannel 42c �JS inches wide. I'hiin or twilled. Flannelette 23c "'.< inchevi wide, lli;hi ami durU strip's White Nainsook 25c iuchc'i vide, pott and pure. 1 Special Scotch Zepher Gingham 40c Note the width, .12 inches, splendid range of patterns, all fti(.t color?. White Cotton Sheets $1.49 2 yards wide, full length, hemmed, regular value $'l,90. Cotton Blankets largest size $3.95 Pink or bluu borders, white or grey A Big Coat Sale for Friday and Sat. Values Unbeatable: Styles and Qualities Very BejsL 10 ONLY, TWEED COATS, assorted styles, colors and sizes, made from pure wool tweeds, d* "1 Q AA half lined, each................................................ ^IXJA)\J 12 ONLY, VELOUR AND CHEVIOT CLOTH COATS, also a few grey and brown chinchil- (IJOfi G_0 las, a fine range of colors and styles, half lined, selling at, each .................. *p�*\J*\J\J 6 ONLY, FINEST VELOUR COATS, silk lined, some plush and braid trimmed, in a range of tfMO CA wanted colors, each at.......................................... UJ^eJU 7 ONLY, FINE QUALITY SALT'S PLUSH COATS, with collar and cuffs of real fur, rich r O silk linings made up in as many becoming styles, at $69.00 to................. %P*J*J�\J\J Silk Blouses $5.00 WASHABLE STRIPES. ALL SIZES. Petticoats $1.90 NEAR SILK. ALL COLORS AND BLACK. Red Fox Furs $85.00 NECK PIECE AND MUFF. Flette Ntgowns n.75 Pure white, fine und und soft. Girls' Dresses W S to 14 years, I'lnu velvet cord. Boys' Ov'rcoats *10 air.es 10 to 16 years, .browns und blues, Toques 25c Others at 30c up to $1.25, any culo* Grey Yarn 52.00 per lb. Cretonne Draperies 50c A bin variety of patterns, splendid quality and width. Boys' Sweater Coats and Jerseys $1.75 each lllue.s grey*, and broiiajin. assorted sizes 4 to 12 years. White Wool Tex Blankets $8.50 pair Very large sue with borders of blue, fi..wn mid pink. The Simpson Co. Limited 36 0366 ;