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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta POtffl THE DAILY DECEMBER IMS fMt L l HERALD MINT LIMITID tMi SJtrwt At ipUwWW PnMftt MM Managing Director flttTWrte Business Manager 1284 lubterlptlen Rates pe r l per year by neV year by per year by per year te of expiry ot subscriptions ap near dally on address Accept 5ace of papers after expiration Is ur to aofttftne tbe sab It that Lethbridge always rare of pnbilc school board election Was Commissioner Freeman elected by acclamation because he is opposed to the plan suggested by some other members of the city council that the rates on llgftt and wster should not be increased Thats worth thinking The allies are going to demand thru the eskalser he handed over by the No doubt the Dutch will be glad to be rid of because they have been In Dutch ever since he In trtided hie unwelcome presence on the land of dykes and wooden Tn seven weeks Lethbridge lost half us many people Uirough tho epidemic as there were Leth bridge men killed In four years of Thats a startling snd one thfit should stir people up to take a greater Interest in mutters of CITIZENS OF BOW ANNUAL MEETING It Is suggested in some quarters now that famine may follow the war and the influenia plagueIn parts of Europe the famine has already From Our Own BOW coming week promises to an Intereetlni one and it is to be hoped oltliens will take an active and Intelligent interest In the coming Let us be appreciative ot the difficulties to be encountered In these offices and select men with the ability of who will recognize our need and work to meet Many complex are likely to present themselves during the coming demanding initiative and sound judgment for their correct Meeting Tlie annual ratepayers meeting was conducted on Monday 25th in the Mayor Reid acting in the capacity of chair The following councillors were present to support the secretarytreasurer or CONSIDERATION The need mentioned by a citlien yesterday of some plan to aid In look Ing after children who are left with out orie or both parents a the influenza epidemic Is something eadllne while in other parts it will be very of the presented the annual fln Aicial otatement which was heartily approved and A report was by Councillor Swennumson as chairman the gas dealing with the various activities ot this department during the past Swennunuon also gave an outline of the work acute before Spring and another bar Tlie time for letting up on all food conservation has not yet Peru for ought says a take a few that Should occupy the attention of cltliens From many homes the mother has been letvlng the father with several chil dren to look and owing to the IMbltUr to secure women who can undertake this Work the fa rather should dene 4o TWj Childrens3 Shelter 1s not avail able in jsuch is not properly rf t M is a wesabfld have nursing such institu tion We owe H to these future that they ahoaU be given cWnrrt proper and we the various in that are Interested In the wel ot the communitT will J evojve IMHORTANCE OF Of fUWLIC HEALTH The tnfTueJnsa epdlmeic is about over la It baa taken toll in two months of nearlytwo thousand Almost half as many as there were Aliwrta kitted la fcrar of It fs not to be wandered there font theJT thepMople of more attention to matters of heaitt from a today than ever The people of this province havejaeen by hard ex that health of the people If of very great public It a source of satisfy tion that has a member of the cabinet at the head of the recently created department of who has taken such an interest in the health of the province as has There may be people in the province who do not like j MacKays bat we think aboutBobbfe Peruvians and a few Chileans by the j plished by the water and light nape of the neck and take then on a personally conducted tour through the devastated regions of Prance and and then send them borne with instructions to off the dogs of We cant understand all the pro test In United States about Presi dent going to the Peace Con shouldnt he go It will be we tbink for world re democrats of the Lloyd Gtemenceau and mix together for a few It wont do any harm It may do a lot of Some people dominate the confer be wont be able to so with out the acquiescence ot power personalities like and Anyway Wilson isnt gofng to sit at the peace confer ence any power that he exerts will from An interchange of views between European and Am leaders at this time ought to be helpful to tbe whole Commenting on observation the Heraldlhat the llth day of which is proposed as a Nation al Liberty was usually one the mast delightful months of the the Edmonton Journal aays The Journal quite aware that November weaTher is as 4 rule very delightful In as It could hardly have been more so than and when it is otherwise than pleasant Is the ex But Alberta is not tbe whole of the and it is to be feared that our meteorological record is not sufficient to alter Novembers general The AngloSaxon word for it means while under the first French republic the period there are very who will not say in spite of the lack of machinery in bis he has succeeded admirably in combatting the epi demiol There was not even skele ton ot health department in the pro vince wheri MacKay took but by making use ot every available makeshift and by Infusing his own thuslasm Into health officials and voi aa organisation has been built up in two which without has saved hundreds of When chill Novembers surly blast Made fields and forests It would be difficult to select a month that wouldbe acceptable to all the The idea of 11 as a Liberty we understand origin atedin If the weather Is bad here let all go down there and the With the experience he has gained in handling the problem during a time ejl we believe we can look to MacKay to do some very practical Work in his new werk Which bring home to the people the need ot better hospital batter nursing in rural bet ter medical attention in the outlying of the and better eare the health of the peeale the province in Already we un deraUBd he is planning to extend the rural hospital soheme with the depart taking the initiative in the for Peace is supposed to prevail now that has been bait It doesnt seem to apply to Thera is evidently war to the finish there and the Cranbrook Herald la one of the factions engaged in the We read this lecture to a eitisen of Cranbrook in the last issue of the Herald unwarranted and vengeful In terference has resulted in disorganiz ing the staff to Ibe extent that the llnotypa operator has quit and the pressman is on the lookout for another The reason the linotype opera tor gave for throwing up his Job was that Beale threatened to have him dismissed at the first meeting of the company unless he submitted to Beales authority and rejected that of the managing The pressman on behalf of Councillor who was unavoidably Brief reports were also glrenby Coun cillor Oliver as chairman of the as sessment committee and Councillor Rotphe as chairman of the health and relief Bott reports were comprehensive of the results achiev ed by these departments and won the Instant approval of the Public Workfc Councillor Brattons report on the worl of the public works committee caused considerable discussion when he dealt with the matter of towns anticipated Investment in cement fide The proposed change was re by many as a momentous da cislon and an unnecessary municipal expense for the present size ot tho upon Councillor Brat tons detailed explanation as to tho many reasons causing the councils final decision in favor of tbe cement the meeting Up on receipt of permission from the de partment of municipal affairs at Ed it is quite probable work will be Immediately commenced upon the After a various exchange of views by members ofthe a motion for adjournment brought one of the most interesting meetings ever held iii spew conclusion f The many friends of was taken to the Medicine Hat hospital on will begad to learn that her condition is considered very Whitney is bringing np cattle from bis this weekend Murray Pleaaaat View spent Wednesday Many friends of Winnitred will regret to learn of her removal tar Lethbridge on Larsen is suffering front pneu and Ernest Begium left on Monday for where they will reside the coming six Many friends will regret to learn of the Illness of Abbotfof who has been on active ser vice overseas since the spring of Werts was a business vis itor to Lethbridge on Oscar Drayland of Pleasant View is ill with A very delightful dance was given on Friday evening in the Lancaster George Rldgedale reached home on Monday after a visit with her Hobson at We are pleased to report the com plete recovery of Ben McLean who has been suffering with Henderson spent Thursday In Many friends will regret to learn of the serious illness of Harry Howard of was a visitor here on Miss Gilbert was weekend guest in Medicine WUH given a plurality of votes today in the byeelection matlon of hospital districts Aid tor for a new position for the North Huron seat In the pro wHirh r8aion vilcal defeating the city which already car ry a large load as a result of the lack ff faeUHlee In the smaller towns and Is likely to be while in directions a vigorous policy Is 1st Iw Having passed through an siperi enea which has resulted in the loss of buMrads of lives and many thous and of MaoKay will be well advised to gat bis plans wall un der way before the people have forgot the events of the past two are apt very slowly in any matter pertaining to health unless VS the influenia c to stir us up to the need for by Con Beale says it makes tlie British and George In blood boll in bis veins to have his au depended Conservative thorlty We are of the opln The seat was made by ion that the reason his wratli is resignation of Musgrove that he has been Jarred from the Herald treasury to the tune of about a and tho service he was rendering to the was similar to that of a We have British blood in our own veins STEAMERS and lots the same strainas the with a mixture of good Stirling and we have thin ad vantage that we ware born in Can whlcji makes us three fold a Bri Can you wonder that our British blood bolls when a late officer who ban forefitedall right to rltle in the ship turns traitor and deliberately attempts to torpedo her Foch had better turn his attention to the Cranbrook Cuuard damage done to her A war liner inward waa in colliufon today with the British tanker near Gulley The Or duna proceeded to and the extent of the has not been ship rescued thecrewOf the except the chief officer and fourth who refused to leave the Vessels ard standing by the The Cimard lluer Or duna left New York for Liverpool on November 43 ATNIACLEOD nw Own all the chnrehM mil attended ra net busy among with able to hlf rather JMt recovered tmn the took the rleea 1n bit own A waa ont or the tint took the IB Ms own church la tke morning art delivered an excellent sermon The were truly Lewie who kae working night and day and from home to house wnen the fin first was worn His doctor ordered htm to bed during afternoon as he was suffering from Ttwn More Interest is being taken It town matters this year than tor set eral M shown by the new names In the list of Davis received a cable from ker from All well and teeling also an official sage from headquarters confirming the return of of the Ply Ing and his safe retnrn to Davis before enlist Ing was on the Union Bank staff Hi He Joined the 4Cth Bat After arriving in England be transferred to another then Joined the Flying In of bis early flights in his machine was shot down and he was a prisoner ot Word waa received Monday Roy Baker and Boynton that they had landed and would reach Macleod this Supreme court opens in Maclaod on There are eight caeca on the Only those interested In these caaee will be admitted to the courtroom on account ot the PICKED UP IN 1ASSING POH THE BUSY Baled hay is retailing at 140 a ton in small lota at Port Father Lamort died from Influ enza at a formed rest dent of Fernie and died In Winnipeg Board of ing 950 ibr a stogSW One hundred have been Prohibition of the uses of platinum in the manufacture or repairs of Jew elry has been For baring liquor still on his premises and selling Sidney of was fined 9300 and Parsons died at Red Deer From She was a daugh ter of tho late of Bramp and a sister of Per ins of Under the auspices ofthe Brant ford Ministerial Association a cam paign to raise for the families whose breadwinners were taken away n the Spanish flu epidemic in Brant ford will be carried government has been appointed to the pen tion of district registrar of the cu preme and regls trar of the county court of Blast Koot enay holden at Edward secretary of he Quebec auxiliary of the Bible died in Quebec He had formerly held pastorates at Peterboro and Canon Fitzgerald baa returned o after a trip over He crossed to England on a troopship on which influenza broke with disastrous The Can on was called upon to officiate at 29 burials at f Vincent who has been secretary of the Cabinet War Committee since Its has been appointed secretary of the Repat riation and Employment committee and assistant to the who has been located at for the past has Iran up his position there and gone to Swansea where be has secur ed a better of a son of foruer Speaker Bn of the has taken over the Corbin In the opinion of the premier of here is still a possibility that the Dominion government might yet do omethlng in connection with hand ng back to and Saskatche wan their natural Taking the British and Canadian of munitions together for he sixmonths Canadian plants onequarter of the total pro luction of nitric The plant at oatablished by the Imperial Munitions waa lam it Chief of Bui died after days ill ness with Iu Wi an Irish nan by birth and sawed for a num er of years with the South African Before going to Van ANY SIZE MASON RWCH WILL MAKE THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS One Mason Risch Piano is just like in the satisfaction it will way it will the and cheer to the There are many styles of Mason Riich Pianos Upright and many sizes out just one predominent MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL FIFTH LETHBRIDQt conrer In 1910 he lired for three years at Following a suggestion received from the Ontario branch of the naval league of the Victoria branch of the organization has invited Have lock chairman of the British seamens to visit Wilson Is at present in Eastern Can Edna wife of Don ald manager of the Bank of at and daughter of and 434 Spence died at Gait of pneumonia following She was 39 years She is as sister of of Vancouver papers report thatSir Mann has acquired for the sec ond time the Big Missouri mining prop erty In the Portland Canal and contemplates operations on a large scale in the near Assays of the which is low show lead and Some prelim inary development work has been The training camp at Beams it IB will be taken over from ttie Imperial Govern ment by the Dominion Government for hospitalization and demobilization covers 389 It is situ ated in the heart of the fruit growing and liesbetween There are ochards on every1 Lake On tario is the boundary line on one side of the When the Central office of the Sas katchewan Grain Growers association was established the staff comprised a secretary and After our years of the staff num bers fifty and new departments are being made from time to The latest change is tho engagement of Muiray Hall as head of trade organ isation to develop the cooperative of the organized whose turnover In trading this year is estimated at over Batiste 60 years chief of the Indian reserve near Pen subscribed to the last Victory When he had affixed lie mark to the check which was drawn tor the Batiste made a He said My ancestors have always been friendly to white men and I desire to be the The lovernment has permitted me to utte reserve lands In such a way that I have made money out ofmy cattle and Now I am only too glad to help the country When it needn George for has made a most uniquo gift to Duncan present takes the form ot a umall box of potatoes grown on Vimy Ridge and very fine specimens they very smooth and and apparently would make splendid Mar to take them to his farm at Olds and plant themthere next He will call the variety the Vimy Ridge potato uno will place It on a par with his thorough breds During the livestock exhibition at Chicago portraits of Duncan minister of agriculture for and who was recently appointed a member of the board of ralhny com are hung la gal lery ofnhr Saddle and Sirloin side those of the noted and livestock man ot the whole Tha portrait of Rutherford has beensubscribed for hie Canadian and that of DuncanMarshall by TUs Ameri can VISIT THE NrrCREaTtMO aiOMTt ON THK PACIFIC COAST bit VANCOUVER anal VICTORIA HONOLULU HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons U grving away a Victory Bond for the nearest THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA INCORPORATED 1M Capital Reserve and Undivided Total Assets 520 in Newfoundland British Waal Porto Dominican Coata ane SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Acconutu may be opened with an initial deaoeit of OM Intorest is credited Buulness Accountu cariled upon favorable LETHBRIDGE BRANCH MAQRATH BRANCH CARP8TON BRANCA wC ;