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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE .DAILY' UKRAtO SATUHDA 23, 1D1S HOMAGE TO f I French nC6 pasted unanimously Ihe motion already adopted by the chamber paying homage to President Wilson de- well of humanity." The motion the tribute to the Jllleo1 nations their f t DISCRIMINATION REHEARSAL OF DEMOBILIZATION -British Army Council ard La- i-ji bor Ministry Have Elan- orate'Plan every man upw undfr will He uule to find B'jbb SE He wauls one; and that the soldler-beSBar, who was so familiar a ttgnfo to our torn- fathers iu tho ISth gud JSth centuries, will not bo an objeut President Wilton is ot telling a about an old leamitcr.'ThU old lellov to Iho treasurer ot the con- cern one daj Me and that otf-horse ueen wbrkin' for'the company serenteen sears sir Wlntorhottoffl, just so, isld the treasurer, and lie cleared bis throaOana1 added: "Both treated well, I hotel" The. old teamster looked dnbious. 'AYell" 31'd. "we wus en town' sick last month, and they sot doctor tor tha boss, ThJlo dock my Sun. Better Prices on We hav.e a big line of heaters which we invite you to see if you arc needing one. We arc able to sell them con- siderably below the regular "price. May Separate Entirely From Other To Proletariate Grows COPBNHAGBK. N'ov. ice in Southern Germany, especially ri Bavaria, to 'proletariat dictation rom Berlin, is rapidly growing and is kely to result in all south Germany ting established as a new indepcnd- >ct government, according to tlio lior- irjjske Tldende's Derlla correspond nt. Socinllit Naval Committee. AMSTERDAM, Nov. a joint meeting of tha soldiers' aad workmen's councils of the German navy it has ieeu decided to torm a main commit- tee for the nival srm of the eerslce. H will represent all the councils of he navy and will have.Us headquar- ters at Wllbeluuhaven. "i'lie 53 de- from tbe councili will elect MTO comrades as a central committee of tho navy. These connuHteenun must ba Socialists. All orders of the ministry of marine nnd tits admiralty naff, must bo signed by these five men, according to a dispatch received hero. 278 Affecttd. AMSTEIlDAit, Nov. hund- red and seventy-eight persons have been affected by the dethroning or abdication of ruliDS houses in Ger- many, according to the Zcilung Am- mitta? o! Berlin. Of this aumber, S3 were of the royal rrussiau house and 39 oilhe Bavarian reigning family. Tlie purely military features of dc mobilization ot Iho llritish ari discusseti in tlio following article re- printed from Ihe London Times. While this is highly1 Important so far as it goes tht charity ot h'hor.in Imlh-Mual' ludustrlcV Mil tervo to e, large eitent as a guide to the demo- bilizing officers In (ho llrsl Instance; but men been' actually in Hie field for two' or three years will not have to wait long discharge nnd special arici early'care will UK.'- en to get cmploymciil for survivors ot the old army. plans aim at. placing every uiau. It .eml when tlio great 'opportunity ot ;e, soiun.r> instnid of by units. Tbls fOiuiils-tecli lions'ot Iho mem be Belgium Needs MORE THAN EVER has Department cowerncd with tlw a more Important and diiiicult lask tionarj ion, but according the where- TO THE BAPTISTS OF ALBERTA A correspondent of TUe limes wns ,iye aftcr (ho war Wiltshlre, will present at the uress yclicm-sal liore jno[ b., sellt (l) Scollaut, witi, a solid described. iljs comrades; lie will bo in- A scheme for the demobilization ot dmjcj with other men in a the army after tlic declaration of peace jraf[ taken to Wiltshire for dispersal. lied been prepared ty tho War Offico lie will be saved perhaps in conjunction with tin.' .Ministry ot Ui; days, of travel; anil the railways will bor. It has been rehearsed by small uc retjeved from the burden of nccom. boAJes of troops, and closely watche-l modaiing him over unnecessary jour- by nuiuy competent military observ- ueys, ers for flaws of detail. (M lllc mcn Klia took lllr[ )n (ue rc. One of these rehearsals or cyvitri- iicarsal ono-Ualt were supposed to mental dispersals took place at a havo just arrived irom Franco and one- camp not very far from London, and hall from a collecting place iu the t'n- occispieil twenty-four hours. In that ited Kingdom. All were bound for lime a number of men went heroes iu a certain specified district, the. process ol.being freed from Ihe if had come from the train huu- army and returned to civil lite. They gry they would have UPPD. fed, and remained soldiers; they were but act- had been iu neeil of sleep ing a part; but everytbins was iloi'j vvould have beeu housed. A dispersal under the samo discipline and with station, will uavo comforts the Fame attention to particulars as ready, though they will no: be always -.vould have obtained if the men had Tho men were In full been indeed carrying the laurels and menl, and had first to rid themselves emolument of one torm of service into of Ibis. Ha'vlng beeu collected on the As Homes are Freed from Grasp of A Germans New Horrors Revealed. Belgium! {He heart-rending news-items from Belgium.'': Deliriblis1 with joy-At being rescued from the hellish tyranny of the Germans, yet tho poor Belgians are in large measure in the last stages of want. Every cent you can send to them NOW will help to feed a, famished patriot or clothe one whose meagre rags'will never keep out this winter's cold. V Raise Your Fund and Send It In! Perhaps you .cannot spare as much as you would wish, but go around among your friends, plead Belgium's cause, colled all you can in every possible way, and turn it in QUICKLY to your local Committee, or to Headquarters. Picture these hungry and stricken people, of whom the Master "Inasmuch as ye have done it unto the least ot these This is an imperative call for HELP! Mike cheques payable and send'contributions to IU RSS3 v the generosity of thoj press (n permitting us to address you ,ln this public way. The Executive of the sympathize ih6 churches under the trying conditions of the past few weeks, ami are on that account sending forth this of the epidemic our chur- u HARDWARE 524-THIRTEENTH STREET N. (Registered under the War bharitits Acl) to your Local Committee, or to Headquarters: 59 St. Peter St., Montreal, another. arrival parade ground, and having Before following thjm through the paraded iu convenient onler, Ihcy en- process of release it may be as well to tered an improvised otfid; or store, describe the principles of the scheme. where each man received a sandbag. Above everything it recognizes that In this he placed his private belong- ours is a citizen army, and that At the same time he handed zens are man with homes. Then it is over his equipment, including his rifle based on the assumption that men and (presuming him to have come who have sacrificed so much for the from France) his steel helmet and gas of their country are entitled to mask. If any important shall keep their uniforms, but shall return the greatcoats rfm tho conclu- sion of their furlough. Their unj- forms they may weJr for twenty-eight days after dispersal, and thereafter on "special'' occasions only. The "documentation" ot the man is a more complicated and IIB pass through several offices be- 01 Illeir tUllmrv tire I'UllllL-ll lu JL uu; t----- alt consideration which can be allow- tlic man had i fore It is completed. Men anfl women eel them consistently with the com-1 to repair to another place to give an clerks, however, seemed to enter very titles him to a sum in advance at once, the remainder ot his deterred pay and whatever gratuities may bu voted llio Government being ]iay- alilo in three en.ua! instalments dur- ing the furlough on presentation ot the certificate at a post office. 'A 3a- btl for the return of his greatcoat at tho end of twenty-eight days IB also issued to him, and Hie papers, which include the oE his military dor- viee and a, warrant for s have been closed, our Mission srv Campaign planned for November (iallSionos _ TOE Remedy for Appendicitis Appendicitia and Kidnty Stones in often caused by G all Stoats, I mislead people uaul thCfSe I GsJ) .Stone Colic i appear. Not cue in ten Gall Stoce SuSerers tnows what is I tic trouble, llarlitt'3 Specific. will cure Trithottt pain or oper- ation. For .Sal? ariJI'Druj- 1 gists. Recommended by J. D. I Higinhotham Co., LimilciJ, briljjglqtli Lethbridge, Alti.' I S8I WTAR10 ST, TOKOMTO OKT hutn. Hvcu so, Iho of hem will be in the puor- It 4s estimat'oil ilia', deir.obil- _ zation will take forty-five iiiiHutji A system of codes wilt enabti: tho War Office to kucji in toucli with progress, and li> tpll by rapid refer- ence how many nicil ill any category or grouii Iiavo been in it -urea. The number o[ tlis- which the EChefno [iro- lioses to establish is eighteen. Should men pour in too quickly the of dlsvcreal units al a center would ho As many as three might attached to one centre. Jiut here it becomes necessary to the in-. Reiiious arithmetician against ai- I tempting-to calculate the tinie coni; plete deiilohiliaatEou ivouid occujiy. The may. amuse, en- lighten him. Factors which arc by no means mathematical enter into the a problem. riflce on your behalf. Some ot our churches have lost noble and efflcient workers, whose peaces will be hard to fill haye been robbed 01 such young life; will fill the depleted rants? ask eacn- church to carrr oui the :campaign tof Mission funds be- fore the of the'rear. We'are rais- Alberta fo.r home and foreign misiWaa. -To secure this be fore'.December.Slst, calls for cCMipera tion' ot every Baptist in the province. Oor BUsio'ns In. rndia and Bol iTia-'witb one hnmlred inisstonariDS .are iuoat prosperous. Our work car- Iriad-on among twenty-seven national- ities.is enc'onragins anil betas enema- led each yc-ar. 1 Victory Bonds were over-subscribed. I WE are proutl of Canada. Let subscribe for the Victory Bon'di'ot the j I Kingdom of God. Help your church I i mats 4 it's allotment.'. If you not near a church, a message to us will be gratefully received. Yours in liehalf of the Eieculive. Boaril of Baptist Convention, C. C. JlcbAURIN, 207 2nd-Ave..7sr. B. Calgary, Alia. SCHOOL HISTORIES IN U. S. -Try this! Your hair sets 33y and abundant at once. (From the Pittsburs. Dispatch.) In Kansas City, Philadelphia and oilier, places complaints have been made that "new school histories cov- ering the opening years o! the pres- ient war are practically proXSerman 'in their excessively neutral stata- iment ot the facts. Take the refer- ience to the Invasion of Belgium in 'the Philadelphia texthoolt. "In order to strike on a poorly-defended side, the German armies forced their way throagli I Belgium, a small" neutral country. [This, together with tbo danger to i France, brought Great Britain, into war." 1 Nothing appears to he mentioned !of the fact that Ihe .neutrality ot Belgium haft been guaranteed "by .To be possessed of a bead of Powers, that Germany: accord- Deantjful hair; soft, lustrous, flatty, ing to' Chancellor Eethman Hotl- anrf free from dandruff Is mere- ly a matter of using a little derlne. Is easy and ineipenslre to have nice, soft hair and lots of It. Just Jtel'a. small bottle of Kuowlton'a Dan- derino now -for a few drus W0rld was heritor. weg. rezordeil this treaty a; "a mere scrap ot that tha invasion of this neutral land -Evas accompanied by i outrages that shocked humanity and the 'wanton destruction of price- less treasures ol whicli the whole efores recommend a little directed and -within IBM minutes there w'lll be'an appearance ot abundance. fluffinesa and an iiicorapar- ind'lustre, and try as yon i will Ton cannot find a trace of dan draff or falling natr; but your real J will be after two weeks' use. IT -when you will see new bai The iei'.boolc assailed in City Tvas of the same character which arouses curiosity, why there should he such extraordinary care for minimizing the facts ol history, and to what extent tins may be true of tenbooki generally dealing with jithiswar. If the purveyors ot school -tine ,.annoj by this time, pro- pf ANFIELD'S label is :.as a Victory Bond.' .StanfieWs Unshrinkable Underwear' has stood the greatest of all Stanfield's is perfect fitting and unshrinkable. Every garment is guaranteed. For more-than a' quarter of a century Stanfield's Unshrinkable Underwear has been the Canadian standard of quality, workmanship and value. supply histories that will make cleai and !t never fate to'stop lair M'onrie' It yoii T5-4nt to provo hov pretty nml soft yonr-hair-really is, moisten cloth wifn a little Daoderine a in! .carefilly draw il through your hair ,.r one tniall strand at a time. J Tvil) fce soft, glossy and I.] tiwatlfdl In Just a few 1 surprise awaits evcrrone (trio this.' ..._ _____ filially forced our oWn rountry into the conflict. in and Pita Suib, in Jull length, clbou} lenglfi, anJ for and Women, Slaaiield's limited, TRURO, N.S. 'Adjustable and Sleepers for Children (PatenleJl. Sample Book shotting Jijftrcnl iwtgo.'i and textures, mailed free, Write fat H. MISSION S. j NKW VORK. joint j from N'orway, Sweden an'lj Denmark arrived here torfay to study j financial anJ c'conomic ccnditioris j.i the United i ;