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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. KoyiamKR TO. DAfcV. HERALD SE at 'the'front, nioro .oilest limn Ilirlr si lhat It I'UV.' lo lend weight -.0 "Vine r. blow, but not 10 V .vm the same bid adversary' had oiiBliVMiMdiir EiUcritCT-lhM'W W Hngliuul, France and IlalK. This which docs Wgb courage and lho resolul lion ot tlio llnllcd Slates OHO VKlmUed in the j laiiEuago which 'sneaks of lw powor Bliil .oino cases Unltu'l Sla fnrrcJ lo as an ".AnBoclaloJ Power So .hould not ba whe Iho tulure historian puporUonB mcr to tho various sharers Jn llio war What lie United kates did In lh ,-ar was lo open Eorvolr o( roan-nower could so forward with contdc Incurring wanlaeos which would ha can arinlcB at lho front lent e Bular plexus liiov; wlildi och delivered.. 11 uol cam to''tlio Wovr'wIilcJOfcj' I but.11 threatened more, jt wax u matter c( ola, I "Allie 5." I Is re I----HJUClt I" IV-T steam lo tront, iil mcneurea aol by Hie casualties which wt-ro u illtlo over a hundred Ilioun- ami liut by llio iivenslilE spirit ot IU great array which was Jdflnllo. 'Inls snlrlt of rlglitooiu auger was nullo as keen In llio UnllcJ Sutra army ulijcli only a nierlcan soldier II Jlked to lhat ountry did not eot Into tbo mt soon- ,a lhat ho himself could hajo got nto II deeper. What Hie -American oldler wanled alovo all things was R to beat up llct on Ilunland at Icwst ihc eama ol havoc franco and llel ncasure It w t'-o Ilrll'etu nrjny which fought nhd Incurred three jjiillion casualties. It Uie United Slates Is robbed o a Ilkfil It still reaps a great Eatlslac lion ''The war baa madn it a (jltlzoi of the, brother In lh fraternity of frco an ll'tflllgeiil and sympathetic' nwi uor ol'.thal unelo Saxon Conlodenllon which'was Cecil Rhode's dream.. .1 iim couHpccd Ihal this iv.Jlprochnient of 'tie English speaking .race a tar.more "real ami miuslanllal tiling ____ _r V'.ills.ne M'Mfll Is. SAN 1'KANCISCO, Nov. San Francisco I.ahor Council, after a IOQK executive seSBlo.i, Issued a Blalcment today deploring'llio acllon of Uov. William D Stephens In com- lint erlcan and thai "until such as Ihe lialser ia tried and exo- cutcJ for murder, Justice will not liavO I LOIJIU 11 la underbtood lhat Ir.ero arc two am an, I halt years oM. were before he umitlc court i u a, t.Uy dul an, a yea Iftnlc Murphy In the Jumitlc court IhaL an peace coniinl.s- than (Uo 's "Vlio" uiilled Ytalcs lhat Its HiiBllsh Wood march lo Her overthrow tliQ incto. s (iiscoyoreo. niav slice lo the ol thai, pro-German walcr choko to death the Kill-1 .WJa. ol ;ils pollllcs tur'thal murders churches, unlversl-.l- ..i.r, lho women and children with equal The American soldier c.irao In Ihal pilch It Monday afternoon, and were made wards ot the court. Tlili Is cue ot Clio palholli: a'tcnnadis of Ihe Infill- euldcuilc of the tall 1018. These impvinnn.nt the In con- wm, their parents at Nc'.vbrojjli, about lias no place In the world. did not light Ihc kaiser. Wo (ought the "crnao. people a.nd wo -u !'s nola Jcace or the Am-1 German Hnur In sentence' of Tliottas J. uemned lo death for murder lho In July, 1'JlC. Tho labor council's nslement or raarcr n tcr paren uiylco north and east ol lor! bas- i V week ago the father died lnUuenz.1 Micro, and some days be d er that the quick march of events Look "oliowca who were II of democracy and who not. The'cdd family quarrel lias been very Iflo Ibbue, Wen--granted a full pardon or allowed lo ho. liansju. The o am r iiniuu Lti i largely lioalcj. The United Males d Miter dlaaprolntnicnl lo him achool will no lunger twist aand tiiai ins uiLiii-ii -----Itlic (ocl of dcfcstliis ililrij iiiou- i (lie tiiak onl of his hands hcfore his. 3ct On by a German King hands had reached tho throat they Gcorgc the Tlilrd-an impofted were llcblug for. Kaiscr wilh the divlon right hug In The United Stales zesl for Ihls war and humanity must ,fllhere Health: atvd i r A i YTT A WONDERFUL VACATION TRIP FOR YOU YOUR FAMILY AT REASONABLE COST R. DAVISON City Publicity Commissioner Doard of Trade Building a victory over M Kogllah champions of American I bcr- ly as I'ltl, Uurto anil Fox. -'Ihc hng- llBhman is a free .man the ovcr- Whatever he calls or American, or Oanadian-liberly Is tho altar taper that burns lu his liearl. his CASUALTIES 'IN AIR LONDON, Nov. 30- Casualties in the Royal AlX Force fiom' April, when Ihe air forces were amalgamated, to November 11, were: Killed, wsund'H. missing and prisoners, ac- cording '.o an official LUtement by the air ministry. The total air casualties (hwuglioul the will be announced later. Irv- H was a safe hc-t tint the Ene- llshnic 'who bad already for-democracy's 6ako would hrlng no heresy of despotism to Shakespeare and his IV .JOB... '1 _ ier tongue and democracy ia lh nrK, ot his covenant. It will r.rpil assistance lo our future rcla-1 new home, rnus -r-- hons wl'b "'0 United that two ollvcr Cromwell, shall we say. which million Americans havo Bono over seas to learn for Ihe first lime at c urine nu IJUIUAJ new home. Thus was .-rejloil a debt not n'HiL'i'i iinj cjnun- ot the --hack for several days, de- dJeJ lo go and see if al' was right He fouirfl that the inolhcr was just dy'UE and Ihc Uircc babies were nak- Mld and. hungry. They wero IIHIe lo cllhcr dress UiemEuivcL ee, themselves. ll.c time he hud gone for help Ihe moil.er had died, Ld the neighbor, hac-lie-lo. Ihcue he was. took on himself Ihe of looking aflcv Ihc kiJ.llcs until notify Ihe attlhorlllcs. This tlld Belling fooil for them and ntr iiiein warm. Since ihe neighbor had not Been smoke for three days, It is safe to suppose lhat tho mother was too ill; to move' for at least lhat lime. i Wlien Ihe department of neglected; children was notified Ihey sent out. Miss Edith Naive, city probation off accompanied by ouu of the offi- seas to earn or quarters that King GeorEo lho Ullli, ?he hereditary president of a genuine republic has not one lithe ot Presi- dent Wilson's power If he chooses o exercise the velo. King George covild reign lor filly years and never bean cials of Ihe department, lo get They nioloredI Iron. For They molored ironi sx tnal to the democrat by forte of circumstances and not a mllilaut republican like Ihe great Prelector. As a-roatlcr of fact, ihls debt to Lafayetle was very mutji of an Illu- relen for uuy slon. The French Revolution did not autocrat for a minute while any Presl-; dccur twenly years allot lho Am- ilenl of the United Stales can reign lriean and any tips Men- four years and be an autocrat all swur i..afayctle, the Ulrondin. got on -ngucou umc-should he be so dlsnoscd. This; rrifcdolllp he got Irom the. United II on tho amazing fact, which hits two million who as BaW hefore got ll.em Canada's Americans right between the ejeb. {tnm oliver 0roBlwell and Ins assoi. ___i__i miciinrlnrpIantllllK _.__-.n._i i- Frnm KnEiaQU. one of Canada's Americans rigiu In Ecenery reached their last misunderstanding _. KnKland Yes, IndecQ, ttie tbcr of Parllamehls-lhe United Stales parliament Included-ia no pretender of freedom. Her democracy is a deep religion and constitutional mon archy Is merely its rllual. IrOlll Uliver uruume.. Is lo'say. Irom England. The debt to use a mlxeil is on the oilier foot. It was France that on te oier should havo paid the dcut to George __ Jnclarinfi s, ol ihe way it was practically a trail. Tho trip took two days, ami the car broke down five times, but the bibles were found, and Miss Naive wrapped them up in blankets and started back wllh them, sue coam hardly stay In the car hcrseli, but It was hopeless' trying to keep tho kid-. dies on Ihe'scat. They Iried to strap, lliem in, but Ihey were so liltlc that they slipped out under the atrap. They wero two days making the trip la again tirjuiu n" _ fighting for mstanj on the northern side in Ihe Civil War not Ihc United States that shnulil l have paid Ihe debt to Latayelle. Not myl came .over, (hal the debt to' Lafayette wasnt I, to pay the. debtlworlll- ylngi ihore was another being Ihe preloit i 'nearer akin, who had strong-, claims. Now that the" war Iras opened the minds oi ieii million'Americans over- seas and'cdurilless'Wnericaus at home lo Uiese the debt to Lafayelle sensibly'dwindles nni the V _.. V...IITP lare-or L again. The children are tine, happy, rosy- cheeked kiddles, though, and do not look any the worse tor their experl- Tho baby, during his first aes- DoyoulikeGolf? -or Motorinfi or Riding It would bf hard to find a better place for these than the Pacific Coast [rt-illta HONOLULU -.APADISt OF THE MCi THE WORLD'S GREATEST HIGHWAY-I tile The American armyl came .over, will ba remembered, tr Lafayette, that pread abroad hy politicians. vould tain appease Ibe anll-Drlllsli i Tncre was a German baron, as lho nlelllgent reader will recall, who had quite as mnch lo do wilh the American Revolution as Ihc- Maquis de Lay- layette acd no doubt Ihe proGermans in the United States would have paid, the old dobl to him by switching Ihe army to lho-Kaiser's side. But the real kinship, o'- Ihe- United Slates prevailed, and .under the 'pre- tence of paying Monsieur Latjyetle ot Cousin'Jonathan went to the help of John Bull, who sent him the Pil- grim fathers and wllh them all tho frea institutions ,ot the mother coun Better Paine for Your Money ower mcani the ability to secure ma- rc buying power mcani the ability to trials in advance, and at lowest pncca. shoe. .requirement? of anything like this volume.of output. a times ;theyate doubly important now. x The A.H.M. trademark on a shoe is a warranty of value based upon the large output and greatest buymf AMES HOLDEN McCREADY "Shoemakers to the Nation" HT.Jtnm Lafayelle sensiniy unmuiva deb't to Oliver Cromwell bulks larger, as It should. The-debl to Lafayelle liad fortune to retain ILi; identity'while the debt to Oliver Crom- well had Ihe'bad luck to disappear In the hodge-potee of European hatreds that went inlo Uncle Sam's melting pot From that moiling pot, somehow it thir'old. Anglo-, spirit of rrceaonv.-anite a dlf- j terent thing from the'devil's slew the Kaiser would have, .cooked with his loclrine ot dual allegiance. Erielly, h'e debt to Oliver Cromwell was an honest'debt. H had'to'be paid some j tlnic and what difference does it make name was on the hack A of the is like a good man-you can'l.jkeep. It. down. I won't say that two-million Ameri- cans overseas love the Englishmen auy belter, but I will say .that they under., sUnd him better. They don't like His crust ot cercmony-wnlcli is mere- OTd'e7to tind n warm hcari nnd a true Irlcml. arching home Ihcy. will bring back interesting story about that debt Lafayeltc. They are, as yon mlglii y fed -up with it. They would Have- membered it. with more pleasure if e i-'rench had forgotten It oftcner. or the French are a thrifty people nd when Iwo million Americans come er 10 pay an old debt they believe compound terest-dating trom: the llnie lhat aiayetle lirst shook hands with eorge Washin6ton. Tbe French peas nt, the French tradesman, the French nnkecper-lhese must all be close, eaders ol hislofy. 11 Urn to have been well In'prmed u fogard to that little outstanding ac- with Lafayette. Any American olnler will vouch thaUho, paid it agiln and a'sain. He couldn't buy an egg or l clEarettc or a bottle ol vin blanc wlllout sensing Ihe fact that Lafay- ette' was gelling his back, good and plenly. Moreover, Slates Con cress in an ncccss of gratllude to ISfaycllc parsed a law lo Ihe ellecl that any damage necessarily.coinmit- Unl by the American troops on French o I. should be. reared at the French valuation: The Unlled States was the cnly nation lhat allowed qntiollsm to. lhallar. All Allies knew' valuators the French were .i.d'kcbt the little mailer ot property damage and .ground rent for Ihe trenches In their own hands. They havtt had to regret their caution ss may ba supposed when I lell you lhat a French peasant who suiters fifteen dollars' worth ot dam- age to a fitly dollar cart will Invari- ably put In claim for Ihrcc hundred Solars' This Is why I divide Ger- lebt'of eight billion dol- ars'to assessed by La Belle France sli, knowing S3 I do Ihe Gothic tendency lo put a brown slone price on n wattled cot- Inge 'When Uncle Sam looks, over the French bill of damages his boya hare piled up, he will wonder why he left the dsbt lo Latayelle around loose that way. He will wonder too, Which debt he likes hotter-the debt to La- fayette which all his country-1 men have collPrted. or Ihe debt (o [I. Oliver Cromwell which nobody tried It oailecl a', THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED SCHOOL IN THE WEST i i j GARAGE AND REPAIR PLANT IN CONNECTION DAY AND EVENING CLASSES COME AND SEE US AT 308 Second Avenue South Palace Garage ;