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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i Jt 8sam�;;jthat Lathbrldire'W always sure o� a public achool board election !3 AND WttKLY ' 'iTHfe LifW^ HERALD l�IIINT-^%^piac4^;.io sa.;f�ther Jiop^esB |6att�aa,�^.-.� ."i V-.!-�:.'v:V'- >. ^Somisiijlng' -ahtfui^ �*?id�h� *o - ald^'^ ; tpjj^lafldren'^' iiater ^isVnot avail- In seren weeks Lethbridge lost about half ai many people through the influenia epidemic as there were Lethbridge men killed in four years "of war. That's "a startling fact, and one that should stir people up to take a greater Interest in matters of health. It is > suggested In some quarters now that famine may follow the war and the influensa plague. In parts of Europe the famine has already fallen, while In pther-parts it will be very acute before Spring and another har-vestr The time for letting up on all food conserva'tlori has not yet come. ''Peru prepares for war,'' says a headilne. They ought'to take a few PeruTiaas and  a few Chileans by the nVpe of the neck and take them on a personally conducted tour through ^he devaatated regions of Prance and Belglnm, and theh ?end them home withMnstnictions to oali off the dogs of - war.-  ' -:  � - (From Our Own Con^ipenduit} BOW ISLAND, Doc. 2.-The coming week promises to be^ an Intaraatlng one and It is to be hoped oitiiena will take an active and intelligent interest In the coming elections^ L�t ua be appreciative of the dlfflcultlea to be encountered in these oflloea and aelcct men with ,the ability of aervlciet who will recognise ou^ need aiid wo^k to meet it. Many complei, problcaa arO likely to present thamaelvu ^luring the coming year, clomanding' isjt)ative' and sound judgment for ^thair.correct disposal.----------------..... RatepQ^rs-Meetlnfl The^ annual ratepayers meeUng-was conducted on Monday evetUag, Nov. 25th in the I. 0."0. F.hali;^ Mayor Reid acting In the capacity' of tchair^ man. The following councillors were present -to support the^mayor, Messrs. Bratton, Sweanumgon, Rolphe, ,and Oliver. W. A. Bateman, secretary-treasurer of the town,; presented, the annual inii.-waa able to take hfa aarvtea -lUr. Father Hydlag, ]�at raoorared .tron the 'fla, took tha aar-TieeaHnhla own church. Rev. J. A. Kannady, Juat reoovared, waa oat tor tha tiretytlme, Rev.W. A-Lewia itMc the aarriea la his own church in.the momiagaaa!delivered an ueetleat serttBa- oh EivlAg. The contHbntlona ware triily aplendld. Rev. Mr. Lewia Who haa been working night and day and from houaa to houao -when the 'flu flrat started, was worn out. Hla doctor ordered him to bed during th� afternoon aa he was suffering from tonaUltlB. . . Town Affaire More Intefeat is being Ukao' In | tows mattera this year ihaa f^ aoTr oral yeare, aa ahown by the , newl names In the list of nominatloaa. Mrs. D. W. Davis reoeWed a cable' from' her aotfj Capt. D- W. \DaTla, from London, Bnglanil, "AH well and ^ellng> fine," also an oftlolal mea-saife frOm headquarters opnflnhlng | the return of Capt. Davis, of the Fly-tngOoipi, and his safe retnni to London. Capt. Davis before, enliat- A report was given, bj' Councillor Swennumson as chairman lot ,tha gaa -------____________________ committee, dealing - with the various ing waa on the Union Bank staff ifi acUvitias .o( this-deQartmeitt. ^uring Maclaod. He Joina'd the 4fith' Bat- the past year. Mr.-Swennuniaoa also tallon. After, arriving in England he. gave an outline of'the work (iccbm- transferred to another regiment, then pushed by the fire, watet and'/ light joined the Flying CorQs. In one of department, on behalt.'of Councillor hla early flights In iWoember, Hurd, who was (unavoidably. libaent. hla machine was-shot down, and he Brl�f reports were also glfto'hy'Coun- was made, a prlaone): of war. cillor'Oliver as ch'airrtfari Of .the as- Word WM irecelved Monday from J. W& :caa't undaratand, all - the pro-test',ln,;tBtf.xrh�od ,Statea about Presi-J dentll^laoa-going-io the Paaea Cbs-f^reOjCe.- Wfiy shouldn't he go? It lirUl fie better, wa-think tor world re-ilillona.'if Ji^ is ^erer La.r;he great hTha.f, the wrqAd. .Llpyd; George, ,Glemenceau_and^ -Wilson, ialx tOgeUier ifor a few wieka..It';|iron't dtrfWL .tbk ^ 4nlia|^rchang6 iatrgijSa a'caae Wi . . _ ... 4'ilt{i�&�*he�i9.�r.iBani? aaeh in?eitu^~> t^�^ We oye Hjto tt�ee 'future ^itfy ' s�{ifc�|tat ^they doaE he jtiyen a^ cWlpic�^or-a-proper- and^ fBi�&rt�V��m^t|�ylll|eTqJve4^. . i m t p sessment committee apd' Councillor Rolphe as chairman of th.e health ^d relief committee. ' Both' repbi'&'were comprehensive of the iresnltB achieved by these departments and Yrbn the instant approval of the aiidience. -Piibllc Workt Councillor Brattpn'a report on -the work of the public works Qonunlttee caused considerable dlscuasion .ifhe'o he dealt with the matter of'the town's anticipated investment in :cement^9ide-walks. The proposed change was regarded by many as a momebtpus decision and an unnecessafyvimunlcipal expense for the present size of thu town. However, upon Councillor Brat-ton's detailed explanatlpn-aa tb tJia /many reasons causing the"council's final decision in favor oi the; oeinent Thornton,' Hoy Baker and k. Beaton that they had landed and would reach Maoleod thlB week. Supreme court opeha in' Maclaod on Tneaday. ^"Thera are eight caaea on the Hat. Only those Intereited In these caaea Irill be admitted to the courtroom on -account of the 'fljk (IGKED UP'IN ASSING ie��S!� FOR "THE BCSY MAld ' ANY STYLE^ANY SIZE MASON & RISCH PIANO. WILL MAKE THE IDEAL CHRISTMaIs GIFT; One Mason & Risch Piano is just like another- in the satisfaction it will giver-the way it Mrill.last- the comfort, bride, and cheer to the home. .  v^eie are many styles of 'Mafon ne predominent chiaracteristic-^Super Qlialii^; MASO N & R! S C� LIMIT ED BALMORAL BLOCK, FlFTHSfREEt^ LETHBRfDOK -r \ iMioijps.^d!�a iSm^'^^^i^ -'-'ftna'^-Tearr''Of'War, �-� :'L.^3iptllr n therefore, a aouroe of satl8|a^ n>Tlnce who do" not like Hon. /Mr./MacTCay'a pWilies, but we* think, � theVei-ara-TeCf few who wilt, noti say >H t^at, V*i>lte of the lack of machinery :'ln his department, he has succeeded i-B|08tad�lrably In combattingthe epi-Jttemial;There wair not eyen the^akele--tmi'Of ^he.alth department in the pro-V?|nce wbeit- Mr. MacKay took charge, ' hut;>y:a>aking use of every availalile ^makeshift and by infusing-his own en.-. thnafum'into health-officials and vel-JMiteer-helperBi an organlaation has v^^pen^bullt up In two months, which Without doubt, has saved hundreds of �llivesr' . ; Wlth'^the experience he has gained lin handling the problem during a mAi* atrbss, we believe we can look to tfCr VacKay to do some very practloal ? ^rk- in trs new department, work 'iTfhlob ,wlll bring home to the people � the need' of better hospital faollitiae, eh^tter nursing in rural districts, bet- "ter medioil attention I9 tba^oiitlying . ^arta of the province, and betier ears taf tiie health of tha^paopie �f the |proTince in general.Rel4* iff' Bi5��^Wand.�-F*'*Brtind have be�iJsUbnrifte�]" . \i; of the organlaation has Invited Have-vvli- was tiaken t&;the, Medicinb Hat " ' lock WJlaon, chairman of the British hospital on Tuesday,'.wiH^rbe-::|llaa.^to Prohib^tI6^� of theltsea'gf'plaiinum atnmen'a union, to visit Victoria. Mr. lem-n that her cohdiUon is Consldofed in tham*iit'PleMMfc View Lee,*of Harrowsmlth, was fined |800 of Toronto, at Gait, Ont., and daughter spent Wednesday here./ and costa. , of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. MUlar, 434 ,ManysfriBnd8pV3Ira.'Jiia.,i|*rj|ea.of _ > . Spence street, Winnipeg, died at Gait Wlimif red will regret-.to leamof her Mrs. Dr. Parsons dl�d at Red Deer of pneumonia following influenza. She removal tor Lethbridge -on Monday, from pneumonia. She waa a daugh- waa 33 years old.^ She is as sister,of Mrs. Laraen Is ^nlfai;lng fyojifi pneu- ter of tho late B. H; Bull, of Bramp- Mra. O. G. VcKprf, of Maclaod, Alta. monla. - -> . . ton, Ont, and a ilBter of W. Per- - . Mr. and Mrs. Em#at. JBagium left kins BuU, KC, of Loiidon, Eng. Vancouver papers report that- Sir on Monday for Vancoureri where they ' D.D.Mann has acquired tor the sec- wlh reside during, thk. coming six Under the au^cer, of' the Brant- time the Big Missouri mining p);op months. ^ ford Minlaterial AasooiaUon a oam- a^y in the Portland Canal district. j.^,ut staking the initiative in the for-l^attQiji of hospiUl diatrkta. �ld for C'^ha elty hoapttala, which already car^ ry:|P'; v*?>.'.Trt* y?'"J'v a.Iowly in iter pertaining to health unless a BometUng^Iike the.dnfluensa "o'to atlr US up'tjo'the need for ^'Cbl^nenting'pn |pn. obSei'vatio&v ot yie Iferald, thattrilitovember, the flth-day of" whlch'-ls"]|*^sed as a Nation^ jai, Liberty Day, ijua usually one. oL 1^ i^st dallghtful: nunUhs pt |he 'year, ti^a:;Hdni(mtonrJournai aays: �] ^ The Jonniai.Vwasi-qulte aware that Noyember/i^eaOier tIs as  d rule -very dellghftul: in lethbridge, aa^it ^_In. Bdmonton. It could hardly have been more so than: Ihisr year, and when-it isdtberwiset^an pleasant is the ex-oeptigtt-.':^Bnt-Alberta is not the whole of the world, and~it ia to be feared that pur meteorological record, is not sntfioient .to ^lier November's general reputation. The Anglo-Saxon word for it means "wind-month," while under the tirat French republic the period from-O'otobeiv.22nd.to November 2pth was dsBignatM "Brumaire," which ^g-nifies foggy. And what-about Bobble Burns,.Vhb wrote:- ''Wheii. chill November's surly blast Made fields and forests bare," It would be difficult to select a month that would be acceptable to ;aU the- -world. Th^' idea of flby.-11 as a Liberty Day,', we understand origin-a{ed"in CalifoWla.' If the weather is bad.: here let .us all go down there and celebrate the hoUapy. conrer' In 19Io he-lived for three yeara at Xeoora. j ,'. ^^FoUpirlig; a. 5-Btigg!B>flon received lada. Mrs. ^dna MacLennan, wife of Don-lald MacLennan, manager of the Bank Peace Is supposed to prevail now that an.armiatice has been signed, bjit It doesn't seem to apply to Cranbrotjk. There is evidently war to the finish there and the Cranbrook Herald la one bfi the' factions engaged in the struggle. We read this lecture to a eitisen of Cranbrook in the last issue of the jfierald: - f � TMf unwarranted and vengeful in-, terference has resulted in disorganising the staff to the textent that the linotypa operator has quit and the pressman is on the lookout for another job. The reason the linotype opera-.; tor gave foi' throwing np his Job was that Mr. Beale threatened to have him .dismiaaed at the first meeting of the company ' unless he submitted to Beale's authority and rejected that of the managing editor. The pressman is on the lookout for a new position for the same reason. Mr. Behle says it makes the British blood ;boll in his veins to have his authority ignored. We �re ot the opinion that the reason foi' his wrath Is that he has been jarred loose from the Herald treasury to the tune of about 1780.00 a year, and the service he was rendering to the Herald waa similar to that of a mosquito. We have British bIPod in our own veins aadlota ofjlt, the's^me strain*as tlie H. H. Asquith, with,a mixture ot good Stirling Scotch, and we have this advantage that we ware born in Canada, which makes. UB three-fold a Brl-tlsher.' Can" you 'wonder that our British blood bolls when a late officer who has forefltcd! all right to ride in the ship turns, traitor and deliberately attempts' to tOrpedo her? Foch'had better turn his attention to the. Cranbrook belligerents. Many friends -wljl >egp-et to learn palga to raise $10,000 tor the familiea and contemplates operaUona on a largo ot the Illness of Pte.S. L.^'Abtiott'of Whose breadwinnera were taken away �acale in the near future. Assays of Burdett, who has been i>n active B^ar- In the Spanish "flu" eptff-1-- --- -v^- att^acrihed for by.-.hi^ Cajtadian Jriendli. an4 that of Hon.' Duhban- MataKan hr Tiji Amari- done. The R.A.lC training camp at Beams-vHle, which, it is understood,, will be taken over from-the Imperial Government , by the Dominion Government for hoipiUllzation and demobilization o. vci; Rev., Edward J. Stojjp. secretary of Pjupoaes, covers 389 actes. It is sltu- mother, Mrs. HObsop at Vancouver, the Quebec auxiliary of the Bible B.C. Society, died in Quebec City.-He. had We are pleased to report .the com- formerly held pastorates at Fonthill, plete recovery of Mr. BCn McLean Brampton, Chatham," Peferboro and who has been sulfdring^witii'influenza. BelleviUe, Mr. P. J, Henderson, spent .Thursday - � in Lethbridge. ' s " Bev. Canon Fitzgerald has returiied| Many friends will.regret to learn'of to Kingston, Ont., after a trip over- the serious Illness ot Mrs. Harry aeas. He crossed to Kiigland on a Arblaster. - ,  troopship on which influen/a broka Mr. T. Howard of Pihcher^reek, o^t,_with dlBajitrpug reaulta. The .pan- JpT'yjara of |bu8iness, the staff num was a visitor here on" TU�f3ilay. " v.- **_ -j, Miss Gilbert' wa'a 4 weefeehd guest in Medicine Hat. ated in the heart of the fruit growing o6untry, and Ilea^'between hills. There are ochards on ever^ side. Lake On-1 tario is the boundary Una on one,side ot the area. When the Central office of the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' association was establlahed the staff comprised a secretary and stenographer. After rlation and Employment committee and asslsUnt to pj/Jr el^glrmani Sin:-li, 1 J. Daly. � ��''�Y-:- : � �, Dr. Bayfield,' who Hae ^heen located at CotbIn, B.C., for^^tha #aat year, baa given up his positioh there and goaa to Swansea Bay, whare he haa aacur-WINGHAM, Ont., Dee.- ^.-iWllllem ?* *J'�tter position....cr. Bfcerta, of Fraser, Liberal, was-given A plurality ^^'f*""*- � of foruoR; Speaker Bh-of 1,203 votee today In the hye-eleotloh ?; ^- for the Nori;h Huron seat>n the pro- the Corbln contract ^ vinclal legislature, defeating'pir/Case, , ^, , , ~' ' ,, Conservative, and George Spotton, In- ,^","� opinion of the Hon. W. M: dependeii'ConBerv.ativiB_____V Martin, premier ot Saakatohewan, The seat was mada vacant .by'rfhe tbere la still a posBibillty that the resignation ot A. H. Muagrovei Con- Dominion govemmoht might yet do Bervative. , something In connection with hand- ing back to Alberta and Saakatche-wan their natural resourcaa.- - on' was called' lipon toLJbfflclkte at 29 ***t'' V�"�*' ^^w departments  are bttriais at sea. ; *if ^ being made from tiine to time. The .-,�-*V?, ij- latest change is the'engagement-of ;Hbn. Lleiit.-qo). 'vincant Maaapy, Murray Hall as head of trade organ- who has been secretary of the CJahinet laatlpn.toij develop the cooperative I War Committee since'ttaineeptlon, baa hradlng.aSsociaUons of the organized been appointed seoretary of the Bapat- farmera, whose turnover in trading tbla, year 000,000. is estimated at over $2,- Batiste George, 60 years old, chief of the Indian reserve band, near Pen-ttelon, Bubscribed $21,000 to the last Victory Joan. When he had affixed hia mark to the check which was drawn for the amount. Batiste made a apeechr He said: "My atybestors have always been friendly to tl/e white men and I desire to be the same. The government has permitted me to use the reserve lands In such a way that I have made money out of'my cattle and grain. Now I am only too glad to help the country out, Vhen it needs money." Capt. George L. Hudson, M.P.P. for Wainwrlght, has made a most unique gift to Hon. Duncan Marshall. The present takes the form of a. small box STEAMER&'COLi:fPJtO- .. . TaWng the British and Canadian _ _ LONDON, Dec." 2'ip^The":C;unard production of munitions .together for _,t-to�ii eroiim'on Vhriv Rldee a^^ liner Orduna, inward ^ound, was in the six-months'period, Canadian plants ��*?i�!^!,Sen^ th^^ colliBjon today.with the BrIUah tapker produoea one-quarter o.f the total pro- Il'^f.i^jSI't^ll."?.^."'',?,*^ .*�^r' J'^.y Konakry, near Galley Ho?�d.The Qr- '------ ..... fluna proceeded to'Liverpool; afid the extent of the. damage ^one to" her, haa not been detSrihlhe'd, A warship rescued the' ci'dWOt ^be.Kopakry, except the captain, chief'officer and fourth engineer, -who refused'to leave the vessel. Vessels  are' standlhg by the ICdnakryl The.Cunard-llner. Orduna left New York fOr"Liverpool on November as THE RDYftl BANK OF CI  Tiiiuiiarilr � e �! duction of nitric acid. The plant at smooth arid white, an4 apparently Trenton, established by the Imperial ^"  -/.-..w.-r:�>V* ;