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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER 23, HIDE AND SEEK By OAQSBY.___________ t to fore has tho fuu spirit shono so radl- aully.' Is It? What IhinK from IiatS.to lilglj suns' to 'Uoyeronj'onls, fr.ofi) to been .tuo comic rollcf, So (o speak, of our jwful you can cull that a tragedy which has for its happy ending, uni- versal democracy. Never before ivere the engines of war so horrible, never before dealn. tome ut tho soldier from no many war- Icrs-trom Ihe licaveu .above, from i tho eailh beneaili, and from Iho wa lure under (he never be Camouflage loy Scout that lnan'B s us back our ElTflUUIlaBV dimo novel ehlldhoodl Once 'play to a lilgh purpose 'Camouflage protcctlvo coloring Our democracy waa used to It bc-fpro Iho war in tho shape of cold storage CKga masiueradluB as new hearled profiteers as good Christiana and corrupt politicians, as heaven-born statesmen. I could chase this thought a long way but I leave It you to fill out es you please, Wa wore used, 1 repeat, to camouflage ou Its-lowest piano b it wo had no Idea that It could ho applied tho otlier way round-to free'Iho world ot tyrants instead of to'concoal Iheiri. The war bus laught ua the under- lying and uplifting principle of cam- ouflage. I devwilly hope lhal peace will never mlnuso It again. At all evenls peace will not misuse it tor some; tlmo to come because Hie sol dlere coming back from Iho frank con vernation of the guns, will bo Inc.In ed to put public dlscuEslon.cn the same fooling. wo Ransacked Time, pillaged history, looted Iho dawn of creation ravished the and Invade Blrango planets for the lethal machln ery of our Armageddon, Figure It ou What Is Ilia tin hat but the morion o the Middle-Age's? but tha Blink po IIElUU) MGl? S ftfTWffSH WUJ1P but tha Blink pot of the unmcse umugg Wliat Is our llctuld tire but the liquid; .jYeiuni fiercer and. more un-, jjl_ -7 _. t. _ Unreal lUhdt- NOV. 11.--Mr. Jus tlco Drysdalc admiralty court has rendered ln against the Swedish' Btearacr seized In tiie'eajly days of Die war and brought confiscating the ship and her cargo o free for 600 wrappers or 51.26 and 85 wrappers. NO. u TT DISH. class, stiver plated. Dome shaped top, glass llnerj, bright finish. A first class article. Milled fMO'for 903 wrappers. CHRISTMAS IS one. for BIG FREE PREMIUM BOOK, Mention thii paper when writins. The. ROYAL CROP SOAPS, LTD., Calgary, Ma nnclullTIM CUDP AT7n7 PIHfiT STREET EAST. PREMIUM SHOP W 707 FIRST'STREET EAST. oos an cr ivenly-ono altogether aud the solemn old sea looked like a Calithurapian After that I was prepared to Wr ,aues Of lath and canvas Phony aero ,h a hund parade. After that I was prepared to he admit that there might be th of janiage and there u camouflage for ships so Ions as the short was used as a background. In T d end of the war camou- this opinion I am abetted by. Com-. advanced from mileiial to nander Hodder of the good ship Tiinl-l E The Canadians pulled off ilan who sticks to. it (liat .the bcstj _ '5'; at tho Battle of Amiens, w'ay day-in and diy-out r3e advisable to deceive for the high seas Is the war-grey of i (g where we v.cre goias the Dritish Nuvy. io Eirike oral. So two weeks before Hut camouflage ou that ore o. the movement south-east toward Am- IIUI vii v---------- another Btoryl-The waf could never was 5taricd, a rumor got abou rm that tho array would march northwest auui'im biwijf have got'along without i It. Here for instance is a Oermnn toward Arras. pickelthanlio with its glittering as ivhich invited enemy ilie-tm a nlaner.'of-coui jsf thn CKIlllllpr of laSt -M n fan- toward Arras Wll'jn IHVlltLI trlltuij hat of tho summer of 1918-the.Iast word in tin hats-modelled .by that austere lihtiei-. Experience. It Is an It was told to the jun a great: secrcfand as crjurse became camp gos- a mailer 01 -tiyuiBc sip in a few days. Moreover a batch PARIS, Nov. by the French army of occupation in Aisaca and Lorraine was reported in the offi- cial statement Issued tonight. "The occupation of successive deli- vered localities In Urraino and Alsace helm, after having entered Ingolmll- ler. Houivlller and Burmath, where Ihey were given a touching.reception. "The Hag of the ZOta colonial regi- ment which was buried at-Villerssur- Semoy in has been recovered and returned with military honors lo Ibe colonial army by tha 201th infantry regiment. i in a lew uujs. continued today amid the magnificent Hun 'Prisoners i o[ peopiCr" says the CKt knitting-use the fast, reliable, niodern'Auto Profitable work in peace and war time; The Auto Knitter is: the most modern development of the knitting machine. It works very fast and tarns out high grade everi better than hanu knit.'piaiiv or ribbed.suth as soldiers.sailors and civit- jansnee'tl in thousands. Weighs onlyaoout 20 pounds; maybe fastened.on any table Sent guaranteed perfect '.with piece of work stared, reiufcjo continue. Can do the wort of 20 bind knitters, Ubing much less yarn. Just Like Kitting Dollars Making money t indeed-if you are willinE we, gladly arrange, without time limit, to take all the Auto Knitted sVks you do not wish, to too" of otherwise, and ]iay you highly profitable price s for I hem'. The de m and i s trcmendoua, aur prCsentwork- HUSBANDS LEAVE ARMY FIRST To Receive Primary Consideration In British Demobilization. men and tios or nun i.uauuo.a ientnusiasm of the says use )cmB service In th overheard the whispers, and Iihett es- solemnly en-1 recetvc first coa luvl-.waru willi singular.ease and diapaicn.) h Oeu. Castlenau, who was m Uoa ia the a't least, and niWs-the wearev look do Arched, tho of M, says D more llko'a'cabtege Iban it does to lend an artistic.veris.mimuds population Bava evidence minister ot Lohe'ngrin. It stems to tell'mc that (a (alc In factitho most toujuiag- manner of its ..ph.otav' men. he four years ot. war. have, knocked- 5O succss6tul thatWni; Albert o t V c-omp b4ck "From the Moselle as .far souin as the Vosges tbs line reached toflay] demobttwalion, E, four vears ot war wa9 so successiui 1 grandYoscnesS1 ou'f oti'lbo -Him. and indignantly lo Marshal hroUsht liini righ't down to hard pan.. now brougnt Him rigin u i U !all events that "shining armor stuff has been cut out of the field equipment becimse the shine was loo dangerous. This interesting Eouvcn. ir is dappled green and brown to Imi- tate grass and trees and the dun land- scape 01 luw we g the German -Jiarii down" out of hie clouds and rubbed hls'face in the dust. Camouflage is not oii'y 'tho making things invisible but also of making Uiem look likejsomethmg e se.- )3UtBIUJl1 Foeb. complataiug-lhatiiif; any mbveinent of allied a irv of "which he was King, was, contemplated; he ought to bo inlorni- -ed of it.r Not till then'was he let into the'great joke: is now. a matter o history that the Canadians achieved a 'great surprise at which Vould have been impossible under the 'old methods. At a given point tha two I northwest1 battalions nhbutfaced and quick-marched, rejoining the main which waited under, seared or ao Deen prepaieu. As men ate demobilized will e reemployed In the various inSas- from which they were witb- rawn to enter the army. Thora will o special facilities Efving access ia- ha land, said Dr. Addlson. Gardens r larger plots ba provided. Councils composed of employees nd worttngmen have been organised a 40 or 60 different trades. Alrendy liese bodies are removing nourcas rr'Uatton .and bringing a spirit ot. a. 'better spirit than pre-- luider former agreements, said' the ed under minister. 'AMERICANS SAIL FOR HOME LIVERPOOL, Nov. Several thousand-American troops sailed for homo today on the liners Lapland and Mlnnehalia.-.U was a stirring scene 'as the men "inarched from .the railroad.'... station and local camps tq the landing station omid'the rousing'cheers from BitcL makng iem oo wc We splash our terits and huts and lor- ders for the -southeast trip. res with ill sorts of drunken- .colors U011 y. was ,14 time ior llje battle in the blrds-eye-Ticw guessed. by the Hun Even ahead if-iL had not been for Hun plane gels -from the' sky. the aeroplane photograph refuses to .give up the secret. 1C may be a or it may is gun A wolf In'slieep's clothing is a penetrable'disguise compared with a super-howitier masked its a woodland bower. The bigger the saus, the more modest thfiy-areu .Their s is the genuine army, conceal their ereat deeds under a cloak.of humility l.lhe' belter for-tliat battery's safety. A gun not only masks its where- abouts but It masks itself. One after- irreguo [would have an early opportunity ;c 'min station amid the rousing'cheers from _ that lie throngs of people alopg the streets. army i-nf fiamfia of love often result in .a. .7 IWOUIU our advance-guards havo1 employment. Accordingly a plan ar- tie. thi3 'elaborate-piece oCcomotttlago. -for rest recuperation No yarn pro6l.FH.-we send placement yarn FREE when working for and gimrKitea yoo liberal pay for your work. Aulo Dyrurn- a Shouiandt of. litche. a nimle- It feornli our fi tery cfeor and itmplt. permanent, not shouts but It masks itse. ne a- rioon I saw a tractor dragging n. big gun up towards the front. Save for its outlines It did not look like a -gun yollr mnlcr m VANCOUVER BRITISH COUUMB1A Hoi'e Socfet the Urjeal Call Auto Knitter Hosiery (Canada) Co., Limited Depl. "A 607 Ccllti. St., Toronto, OaL chine Bii'n That irench'rara ij (rip (a the California of Oirindn fohes llie cntd problem to perfa- SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME part of sand blanker? And yet It Is j them. That garbage hot-j (I'm. i ties, boots, innocent! But! Accommodation for trau- the killer is there. That tree; over or [amnies in Iho pretty! How symmetric- or lu adjacent he-.u-r ally that third bough 'projects! Cost of llv- the sniper 'has got you! that wheat it may not. Better any more chances, sn runs the Earoe of camouflage. It pu lu.ij n Ing is reasonable. Send for handsomely illus- trated vyhat Eastern Canada to Tcrorlio Safe, Comfortable Travel on the'WorJd's GrcaUsl Highway Cars. Standard and Tourist Sleepers.' Dining Car Service. FOrt FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS: J GORDON, TICKET AGENT. PHONE 512 J E PROCTOR, PISTR1CT PASSENGER AGENT, CALGARY. leader camouflage of his gallant soul. The smiles he smiles, the kisses he throws, as ho passes through tho lit- tle villages to Ihe the camouflage of the peril he goes to meel. "LooV ho seems to say to tbe women and llltlc children "look at me and cheer upl-" But the moment comes when he drops his camouflage. There is.'as Solomon says, n time tor everything and It's not smiles that fights the Hun with., 1 have never seen 3 Him picture of British soldiers actually plunging Into a bat lie H the pictures 1 have seen-makc i Mich a prelence they lie. I have Sten i many soldiers go Inlo talllc Rnd .they I do not go with a smile lips. is high, sst look on every on the faces ot tho who realize the full measure of their responsibility. When life and death arc In the ba'.Mici! the arbiter! V? i W 1-ii.v. u i _ mean the saving of enough shoes to last we6ks. It would rising prices, and to increase the purchasingpoNver of every dollar that is spent for shoes. 'Get tills added service out of your shoes.' .It isfasy to add much than a week to their life if you will buy. for service merely for appearance. Go to a responsible dealer and-profit by his knowledge of values. Look for the manufacturerls trade-mark on the shoes you buy. If you will do these things you will sacrifice'nothmg.m neatness and attractive appearance, and you will immeasurably-m' satis-. faction. -J XJf ft. Wor-THne Selections offer, sptda! Scrvfca Vdxc'. fvrM'-n, and Children. Ask your dealer Jorthm. _ AMES HOLD EN McCREADY "Shoemakers to Ihe Nation" BT.JOHS >IONTIlBAt TOROXIO look jnsSaria EDMONTON TAKCOUTM on every tolf B ;