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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVKMHttn 1918 l Uncle Sam PaysHis Debts than their that It was pi Ivi to lend weight 1lht not to I Tlie Adversary who knocked thn WIIK the same old adversary who had fought him four rounds and toffr him a France and This which does not the Wgh courake and tho resolute inton tlon of tho United Statos one nicely discriminated In the language which speaks of powers and United n eases the Unilo1 States is re as an Assoclate1 Power These distinctions spell which should not be overlooked who the future historian opportlons merit to tho various sharers the What lie United can measured ot by the casualties which were a IHtlo over a hundred thous and but by Iho avenging spirit of Its army which was This spirit of righteous anger was quite aa keen in the United States army which to Its disgustfought only a little while on one as it was In I 1 waso open such a of manpower that SI rsh U Koch could BO forward wltW conTidonce ncnrrlng wastages which would have not been possible if these chat ing American millions had hot been In the Tt got to my the presence of the Ameri irmics at tho front lent wtoam to plexus Ijlow which Marshal Foch It only Hteam to tho blow whlcffmas od but it threatened more steam fttr other blow that might be nocea It was ft matter of regret with every American Holdier 1 talked to that his country did not got Into tho war soon er so that ho himself could have got into It What the sAmorlcan soldier wanted above all things was a beat up In flict on Hunland at lereat the aame meaiure of havoc France and llel alum have march to Her w lne overthrow the mote haa that its Hftglish blood justice to tho practicers of than tho choke to death the Kui whjch wag tho cover of tur that murders unlversl n Hhowod who women and children with equal The American soldier came m ovtr tuned to that pitch and It must Tho United States be a bitter disappointment to him ldrh t rVOtlt4 took llLllO Wlllll Ml lo Urlllsliauny which fought four on riml three million If the United States is robbed of n fight it still maps groat satisfac tion The war has inado it a qltlzen of the big brother in the working fraternity of free an intelligent and sympathetic mem bor angloSaxon Confederation Which wan Cecil Rhodes am convinced that this rapprochment wort the smile SAN San Francisco Labor after a long executive issued a statement today deploringthn action of William Siemens 1n com lifo Imprlfinniont the sentence of Tliomas con demned to death for nundor In con one and a two and a hair and thnu and a half years wore before Mas iKtrate Murphy in the Juvcnllo com Monday and were made wards of the This is one ol Iho pathetic aftermaths of the infill sion In dont come It is understood that there are two nmilK living In but it in not known their nauus or addresses BISHOP WOULD TRY KAI3ER ST Itiphop William vie of the Mothodlst Episcopal church at city club luncheon to day declared that any peace commis sion which dons tho Herman rrloan people and that until such asthe kaiser is tried and exe fur Justice will not havtJ room to Rlay in the i That ho It Ifl The min who does not aa to that has a mutilat ed moral or has no moral sense lo never hurt any man and the man who not talk justice has no place In the did fight Iho Wo irriiiiin fought the riennaii people and we farthing must In fealty lo the world hold the Pctlon with the tirnpandnr tutu than tho League of Nations which is Ktilllit the Tho United States haa discovered is Welter than the water which was tho cover of poliiics the Friends of democracy and who The old family quarrel has been very tittint The American soldier came tuned to that pitch and It must bo a bitter disappointment to him histories will no longer twist that the quick march of events took uje fRCt of thirty thousand tho tank out of his hands before his set on by a German King hands bad reached tho throat thoy George th were itching The United States zest for this war of freedom and humanity must be herefjealfhatvd T nnB se called George the TlUnlan Imported Kaiser with the dlvion right bug in his a victory over such BngHah champions of American liber ty as Burke and The Kng I UHhman is a free man the world 1 Whatever ho calls or or Canadianliberty m the that bnrns in his day The labor councils clared the governor had straddled tho and Moonoy shnnld have beengranted a full pardon allowed to be CASUALTIES IN AIR In the Royal Air Force from when the air forces were to November were missing and ac cording to an official statement by the air The total air casualties throughout the war will be announced try It was a safe hot that the Eng 1 where the sweep of the A WONDERFUL VACATION TRIP FOR YOU AND VOUR AT GREAT CITY within easy reach the where tho waters of of English mniintnin Tho fitile and Shakuspeare and his Il8hmon who had already d mother tongue and democracy is thoL WnK for democracy s sake would ark of Ws It will be ofN bring no heresy of to freat assistance to our future new Thus was a tions with tho United States that two o ollvor shall wo na million Americans have gone over was ln as need ol seas to learn for tho first time at close quarters that King George tho the hereditary president of a genu ne republic has not one tithe of HeM dent Wilsons power if be chooses to exercise the King George could reign for fifty years and never be an autocrat for a minute while any Presi dent of the United States can reign lO uiivcr win was in as need of payment as that to Lafayette who the democrat by force circumstances and not a militant republican like the As a matter of this debt to Lafayette was very imicji of an illu sion The French Revolution did not occur until twenty years after the Am erican Revolution and any tips Mon bahies are Josenh and John Ia and up to a few days ago lived with their parents at about if miles north and east of Port Sas About a week ago the father died of infJuptmi and some days later a neighbor realizing he had noticed any smoke from the chim nev of the shack for several de ridiMl l go and see if alt was right He fouirfl that tho mother was just and the three babies nak cold They were all too little to either dress Ihemse vcs or feed Hy he time he ha gone for help the mother had and the bachelor I hough he took on himself the bllitv of looking after the kiddies until ho could notify the authorities This he getting food for them and keep ing them Since the neighbor had not seen j smoke for three it is safe suppose that the mother was too to move for at least that When the of neglected children was notified they sent Miss ICdlth city probation offi cer accompanied by one of the offi1 cials of the to get the They motored from Do you I ik Golf Motoring or Riding It would bf hard to find a better place for these than the Pacific Coast Vancouver Victoria New Westminster A mild million PARADISE OF TMl MClfl full l dent or tno uiiiiuu mican Kevumuun four years and be an autocrat all that the got on he be so This he got from the United roll on tho amaiing which hits two million gtatea who ag j got them of Canadas Americans right between the f Oliver Cromwell and his assoc f Bnglisn reached fishes their last misunderstanding atesthat is to from thZShout practically all the Mo The debt to use a is by atest beautiful auto drivesopen throughout pra m m Sent Free on Request DA VISON City Publicity Commissioner Board of Trade nanlsnes tneir lane about the Mo ther of United States parliament includedis no pretender of Her democracy is a dsep seated religion and constitutional mon archy is merely its The American armyY came it M Q is iu The debt to use a mixed metaphor is on tho other It was France that should have paid the debt to George fighting tor on the northern side in the Civil War and not the United States that should have paid the debt to Not The American army came it that the debt to Lafayette wasn t will be to pay debt j WQrth paying But there was another to that being the pretext i preditorj nearer who had strong spread abroad by politicians who pr ey mo the GO and nunh of the way it was practically a cut trail The trip took two and the car broke down five but the babies were and Miss wrapped them up in blankets and started back with Sho could hardly stay in the car but it was hopeless trying to keep the kid dies on the They tried to strap them they were so little that they slipped out under tho They were two days making the trip in The children are rosy cheeked and do not look any the worse for their experi The during his first ses THE WORLDS GBEATEST m spread abroad by politicians who er would fain appease the antiBritish NQW tha the war opened the t minds of ten million Americans over There was a German as the seag countless Americans at home intelligent reader will who had lo tnese forgotten the debt to quite as much to do with the American Lafayette sensibly dwindles anfl the Revolution as the Marquis de Lay 1 Vancouver o spend your Kevoiuiion as LUC fayette and no doubt the proGermans in the United States would have paid the old debt to him by switching the American army rt the Kaisers uaiayene scuoiuij debt to Oliver Cromwell bulks as it The debt to Lafayette had the good fortune to retain its identity while the debt to Better Value for Your Money rrwfr ind the resources of the producer have a big effect upon I A Hrre volume of business cost per unit ot 1 produrt Great buying power means the ability to secure ma terials well in and at lowest Ames Holden McCready supply the shoe requirements of a large nartof the Carldian than in all sections of he country Si No other Canadian shoe house has anything like this volume of And in financial resources this company occupies the same dom times theyure doubly important s The trademark on a is a warranty of value based upon the large output and greatest American army rt the Kaisers well had the luck to disappear m But the real kinship of the United uhe hodgepoclge of European hatreds States and under the pre1 went illto uncle Sams melting tence of paying Monsieur Lafayette Qt From that meltlpg pot somehow of Cousin Jonathan went to the help Qr has emerked the old Angio saxon spirit of a dif ferent thing from the devils stew the Kaiser would have cooked with his doctrine of dual allegiance the debt to Oliver Cromwell was an honest It had to be paid some time and what difference does it make if Lafayettes name was on the bacK of the note A good debt is like a good it I wont say that two million Amerl cans overseas love the Englishmen any but I will say that stand him They don t like 111 crust of ceremonywhlch is mere ly his armor against his best emo Uonsbut they have got far enough under to find a warm heart and a true When Uncle Sams boys come marching home they will bring back an interesting story about that deb to They as you njigbt fed up with They would have remembered it with more Pleasure if the French had forgotten it For the French are a thrifty people and when two million Americans come over to pay an old debt they believe collecting it in full with compound interestdating from the time that Lafayette first shook hands with George The French peas ant the French the French must all ba close readers of At any they all seem to have been well Informed in regard to that little outstanding ac count with Any American soldier will vouch that paid it again He couldnt buy an egg or a ciglrette or a bottle of vln Wane without sensing Um fact that Lafay ette was getting his good and the States Con cress in an access of gratitude to passed a law to the ettoct that any damage necessarily commit ted by the American troops on French soU should bo recouped at the French The United States was the on y nation that allowed nuixotism to go that All Allies knew THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED MOTOR SCHOOL IN THE WEST i 1 GARAGE AND REPAIR PLANT JN CONNECTION DAY AND EVENING CLASSES V a AMES HOLDEN McCRtADY Shoemakers to the Nation look fat Trademark on trencuas m LUU have had reason to regret their caution as may be supposed when I ell you that a French peasant who suffers fifteen dollars worth of dam age to a fifty dollar cart will tavarl ibly put in a claim for throe hundred This is why 1 divide Ger manys debt of sixtyeight billion dol lars to assessed by La Balle France knowing as I do the Gothic tendency to put a brown stone price on a wattled cot tage When Uncle Sam looks over the French bill of damages his boys have piled he will wonder why he lett the debt to Lafayette around loose that He will wonder Which debt he likes debt to La fayette which all his fellow country men have or the debt to Oliver Cromwell which nobody tried at a1 COME AND SEE US AT 308 Second Avenue South i Palace Garage ;