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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE m'HBBlRGE DAILY HERALD rUESDAV, DECEMBER DAILY AND and Pu'bllahtrt T4l LETHBRIDOEVHERALD PRINT INC COMPANY, LIMITED ttt W, A. Buchanan rmUent and Managing Director Joke Biijtnws Manage TELEPHONES OHlc. 12( Hiterl.l Office amlly ari popular because they nro ismberallc. They do not lute'rtero In he alfalrs of Ihe state. Almost with- n souad of 'Hyde Park there. Is r. refugee In Holland, driven from bli throne because of his autocratic rolgn. William Molicnzollern might have beou Kaiser ot Germany today and world .would never havl gone through tha great had democratic ideals poBsesied the crowned heads of Eur- opo. Dtitjfj; hi'; mall, per year ly' by mall.'per year to U.S.. DISTILLERS OPPOSE RETURN OF THE BAR somewhit remarkable admission was made the other day In Toronto by ihe distillery ilirn Hiram Walker and Sons to the effect lhat the dis- tillers 61 Canada wero diametrically opposed-tc any return to Ibo old or der of Ihlngj, meaning Ihe bar anil its attendant evils, but that they were In favor ol handling lha Honor bust ness In (he Dominion under laws slml lar tojlhe Ontario Temperance Act which Is practically the same as thi Alberta Liquor Act. In oilier word the'distillers are not In lavor ol go Ins; back old days ol the llcen ed uar, but they .would support any measure lar a.return lo i-ondilions as they prevailed, priir" .to.' 1st last when 'the' prohibiting the transportation ot liquor from a wet "district lo a dry district, to elleet......... fn'ihelr statement....niida public throufh Toronto press, the Walk- Dates of eiplry ol subscriptions ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- ance ol papers alter e.plr.llon dale our authority lo continue Ihe sub- irrlnlkm. CANADA, TOO, NEEDS RECLAMATION SERVICE j One portion oi President Wilson's address to Congress on Monday was read with more than passing Interest by the" people of Southern Alberta. It was lhat parl dealing with reclama- Ijon 5-' lands'through the na- tion's reclamation service. Some hint of ibe Immense undertaking content ,_.---by American "government along the lines ot reclamation Is giv- en by the following Vords ot Ibe presl .V jirlirnla'rlv direct vour atujnuuu construed, tne-liovcrnmeni. uas has Joval and _il ed in his unnual report and before! not-} your-, committees for of arid, swamp and UUL-UICI -r. vs -hlch mlgiil if He states are wjllme J corporation- of anu "ablo lo' coo-perate, redeem more enforcement. .than'some acres ol land for cultivation. The congress can at All Had Participated In ihe War Medal For Chiimpion Man "Thei Act as. Order-in- Pouncil [n.cbnfefciipn.with it; we re- garded as leglalatlon InHbo rlglit di- (From Our ClUlIl'lON', Dec. following s i copy of Iho official announcomenl ol tho decoration ol Pie. 11, of Champion, with Ibo military medal: 'For conspicuous bravery and rjovo- Ion lo duly on Ihe 19lh ol Feb. 1918. This man displayed bravery and cour- ago o! a high order during a raM on Ihe ens'uy trenches, olearejl a hundred yards ot trench by aggressive bomb- ing and closed with party of Ike nnd assisted In capturing pri-' Bonere! While in tho enemy Irenches he wis subjected, in. heavy fire., bul carried out Ills work tooly and as slsted lo tnako a success ot Ibo raid. He further courage .and daring in-previous reconnaissance ol the objective." It has only now become generally knoVn lhai Jllnnle Orr, lha daughter of Mr and Sirs. James Orr, .east of town, died Irom ioliuenia at Corona (Ion about a. week ago. Mr and Mrs. C. Roberts wish la ei- press their thanks and appreciation to tho many friends who assisted In uurslng ihclr children, .and for the syiipalhy shown in lielr hereavt- The- has a way all Its curring. Three more homes were at tacked In the country last week; Clark- a Ihe use ol alcohol, which we' deplored. bill were powerless to prevent- In ihe f iin'iiiTlr di'rect vour attention enforcement of the, act. as generally In ihTvery praclical plans which the has always lo the >erj devElop: !oya! co-operation, and it Is wrt and before j lhat_a, measure 1 Ibe reclamation claimed for, the cut-over lands (Act .'is'tij'be atlrlbtitEd'to the [rank _i_._- I the' distillers in its tor once direct thousands of returning men jo the reclamation of the arid IanSs'which'it has already undertak- es If 'it will but enlarge the plan's'and YThe'-'Orner-in-Council was nnder stood .to be a 'war measure.' and, al "vThls announcement should do -a [real Uo convince the .Dominion I iathorlties lhat, If Canada main- Is lijn her end in the reconstruction per- 1 5 loa, ihe reclamation scheme now ni though we may .have doubted the ne- cesslty.pj thc._expedleqey.qf .more dras- tic'regIslaiioninT Canada than either i England or France has found advisable i to meet similar, conditions, yet we surrendered any opinions we may have I had, and did not question the wisdom of lhe.GoTenimeatv when 'war measures' will cease to be the law ol lie. land, and legislation based up- on parliamentary procedure will have lo be considered. It is with regard sons and the .Niels, east of town, and Cliffords, northwest; alsb Mrs. Iloberts is down with IlX5Irs lagiier nursing Roberts, Mrs. Guyion .is.'al PUKords. and Mrs. Hardlsty it Ciarksons. All the new cases are doing well. The hospital was close! on Monday. Messrs. Guy and Carl Loot were tho last to leave. and Mrs. Roy Lock let! on Saturday, and are convalescing L home. Once more wo threatened with fire when a small out-bulldhig. caught lire on Wednesday last at the rear o! the Deaver Lumber Co.'s. yards. Messrs. Frank" Smltn and -Frank Clever mgtortd home from Calgary on ever mgort Friday night and reported a pleasant. drive. the-Stb, at ___________ 'dM-.conalderaUon at Ottawa stonld be; t0 such "leirislation that n.vniuUHikic to be oil flefaf. It Is been f wish not 'It .by i retnrn lO'th'e 'old system' is mianl.s. reldrr] many evils whici cuirtcttrlBed tome pi the-form er metSods-'o'f'dittribnting alcoholic are not flnly, not.In fa- vor 01-'' It 'bnt ire are: dbBieulcallr the 'flu j heconies ublic and high echopl will Monday neit, .T3ec.'. 9lh. b wiil re-open on Sunday, a.m. and .7.50 p'.rn. re- spectively. A unhed ;memorisl -v vice'will be held at tha .evenlna? Eer- vlce when alllhe relatives anfl friehds of those'who hive recently are especially invited lo attend. Special music is bplag there house Mv. G. "Ballon" vtslte'a -Ctlajary on business on of. Car- mknglyiw'ere'ia con'solullon oTer.Mlss WA' eirft nlnaseu owct ui wnui LISI OF mi DIE TM w HEW TIM. You Can Sing Your favorite Play niments You whQ; have KVCT .who 'juioW'.'not 'Jnc note horn another, fan. do this, You can krirrg tnd tbeer jrilo your Sing'-your old time the neweit popuUr the latest inspiring patriotic war songs.' V i j l Song: roHsT-wiih words atrangefl follow music that is played on the Mason Risch'Player enjoyable .condition about. And you oprtite the Paao, jm play it, speei up of alow doWB. loud or toft at your instant doiie. No new bt not enjoying thii wholesome, rettful pleasure ol DMMC VfhiA you been denied' beloie. Come in and let us demoostTate-rlet. ui txplaio how you can own a Mason Pliyer Piano. Have Music in your home this Christmaf-r- Music .that will be a pride and joy io' all the Riscli Player Piano "7 HOUSANDS OF BALMORAL 'BLOCK; FIFTH LETHBRIDGE o the Church of Park- la'l arid Insurance circles in Toronto, mouth Cbneragalioriul B dead aflhe age ol 81. He had been du'Lao, Wis. ;_---. I ed, jmd Sonthern 'Alberta nlne an outhern 'Alberta cannot af-1 an Ideal ghozMUfca.oppsrmniLy ..r'n. nffoVBd TB Vourd bo found willing lo mkngyw Bullocfc la'st .weet-.Wfl' are pleased to announce that Miss Bullock It re covering nicely. The manV friends ot of the school lhat has resigried her..po6lllon In order lo resume her Don't "fall .'jaO'.M gold watch on view at Jewelry store, as a. prize In Iheipreaent cpa contest-' One chance- with every 1 ton order of coal.- llrs. B. E. CannHf, who -has been i charge o! the hospital for .eleven 'days irelurne'rt to In Calgary, 1 reclamation _ bf Uie Dnifei Slate'sTaaring the pcrlod'b! reconsl'rnctlon. oftereTe'Vourd bo 'found willing lo place disposal our hearly'coop; __AT__''_'r_' 1 pirislatton In along HE- RECEPTION'.TO ijiirrisH ROYALTY- .other mpnar'chs driven, or are fleeine. are irom being constructive, legislation 'other practical ,ljnss. find Ibis Incident record- ed in i "press despatch 'concernins tlic joyalty of Britain: King George, with Ihe prlnce_of. Wales, the duke of Connaiight, Gen- eral Sir William R. Robertson, com- mender the forces in Great Bri- 5-- tain, and ihe slalf ofticerB rode past Kf-" Ihe llaes, Ihe men forming three sides nilntloni.of loyalty. When the reifhed the third section Ihe. snddinly broke ranks and crowd- Pi''" s I IH, pi a Wnare, .there were remarkable dempn'alraiiona.ot loyalty. When the king' about, him grasping his Others surrounded Ihe prince of Wales and the duke ot Connaught and I book hands heartily, with tiam. In-the meantime other diacharged ioldlen gathered around the carrlace in- which iren tbe queen mother, Alexandra, and Ihe Prlnceas Victoria, the Ben climbed onto the footboarda ike back of the vehicle In their eBfvmeaa to shake hands with' tie rani ladles. bless yon. dear ei- the queen mother as 'she along We will-not .IdentitF; ourselves in any way 'Vlfb-: any movement .to' re- Elorejthbse. lie 'old system.' which'were Identllled with lhat Indis- criminate and reckless distribution ol alcoholic stimulants, which all right thinking men Justly condemned." The-'flu 'seems .lo have flown- The brewing ol beer stopped In ih. Slates al midnight Saturday. It seem to us tnal'o.t-B.U peop'.a the brewers have the worst kick al the kaiser lor starting this reurne sasasy' msrair.z. We.pvre a.debt o gratilude to the Provincial Board o iealth under whose dlrejlion" Cannifi is 'working. Rev. Mr. Tdfer c'l 15 well known in Champion, receive word last week that Tils brother .A wor dr'ew, :had died of ih'flaeriu' at Sa onlka. IN' .ASSING FOR TBE BDSY MAN an-alderman and school trustee. -1 CM Cancellation ol U. S- war contracts' MO 3, Kingston, Is since. Iho armistice was signed lo m ealimated by Secretary of War Baker ________ coniin, ia dead, John Spence, principal of Kent pub s Echool, Toronto, Is dead. Aid. wi'B..Lord, was .elected mayor 1 Red Deer by acclamation Mayor Church. of'Torbntb, 13 not itely to seek re-election- aie, i uiuuiw, as been forced 111 lo eslen hli charge la rettor tkere. Rev. ywii'Hasue wljl The German eipjonaie- MH.lce In Belgium' cbnllrittM aptjrtr h- '-the-armke.'accortlni tb J.'W. Molson, a'member o( the well known Montreal family, Is dead. Mayor Bouier, oi -will seei re-election tor a third ilerm. -fieo. II. Dennett! customs officer at Windsor for 16 years, died suddenly Category B men will Con ada fr'onrKngland very soon. with the 'flu at Carmangay- Don'L fail to Investigale-lhe big nine days-' sale Mr. C. Rock's binding gaBB-are again working on the new school build- Ing, and expect to have It'ready for the school opening on Dec. 3th. I The public school and 'church' offi- cials have decided.lo .a Chrlstmaa tree and oblertalnriienl Over a thousand babies Montreal In one month. The weatherman seema to have de- cided .that Is almost here and a little winter weather would therefore ha in order. Those warm days with gentle Pacific zephyrs' were distinctly out of( season. paragraph was set dur- buds with as many ol i u aba could. the rtole---1UI3 ng-tbe nlghL Tha mild wealher la sack again. General Manager Mnrphy b! tie C. P.R- westera lines conld not promise thai ihe Lelhbrldge-'Weyburr, line would be''compleled neit year, vfe wlah would Impre'ss on the com- pany how necessary It Is. to have, the .pull Is inemMites, completed If only lo save Ihe Her- i I tftad monnted_poilce_persuad-, _ j Into line again. )iU fUrttt lo the men the king jiii: ri M tVld to have met you loday to kave looked Into the faces of H for the defense of home 4 umpire, were ready to give I ttote all u4 have lacrlflced their Ja. tttompt was made to take the Ihe carriage, loilbat ths VjnrloLLLlda IIUU Miasea Clokessy and Adams' of Ihe school slalf, a-ad Miss Sinclair and Jlr. Cook of the Sunday school and'church held a meeting and" outlined-a. pro- gram, etc. It'Is to be held In Mark's ball on Thursday, Dec; 13th, at S'pm sharp. A charge ot'55c will be made for adults, to cover -elpfnseg. Al children tree. A good program to be Ing prepared. died FnEDBRICTON. N. B., Dec. iss r a alffct, hearing and health. Your -the molt' honorable dlsllnc- .n can Inspire reverence fellow countrymen- ilay 'Al- Qod mitigate your sufferings t you to bear them. T I thank all yn and admire the angrudging IA -which yon done yonr .Thai yoa mar live Jong and bafplnex the peace you K> hardily won ia Ihe most earn oi my heail." lie Brliirt, njt i Ot iKa lival'cAvernmcnl, .'the-'mayor Manitobans ate becoming converted and jidVrmen. to tho use of Alberta suc-biluminons The governor-general., visited the coal, we are told. We knew they military hoapilal here. Mi In: EDCcted the plant .and. pralted thoso would ana we nope tnoy.....i7 hRrt Ho also spoke ,wno nan (t in'charge. Ho also spoka verted. Why ihould Westera lo returned who are send out every year live or leh mil- j seeking treatment .here. 1'on dollars lor United Stales coal I A luncheon tendered -Ibe .dis- i llnfniishea Ruesl at noon. ,n Alberta mines can deliver Iho Arfne a! ;jL D waa conferreil I, thus keeping the money in nla oiwllcnry. Ibis afternoon by 07.-n country. With the balance ol I ihc University of -New. BrunawlcV- tnde bstwtcn Canada and the Uniled .v......_ States badly against us. coal j IIMW To'lha 'vTc- 1s a poor.businejl. I lory loan.' A. R. McDiarmid was elected mayor o! Brandon, defeating Ibe retiring mayor by 196 majority. Aid. N. Asmusscn has announced lhat he will be'a candidate for Ihe mayoralty of Kitchener. MrE. B. A. husband is a C.P.R. engineer, died at Mtdlclnc Hal from Influenza. Madame Alfred Arcaild, who settled In tho fedmonlon district -13 years ago, 19 dead. Out of 150 residents on the Alexan- dra Indian reserve, near Riviere Qul Barre, Iwenly died from Mrs. J. II. Turner, wife loon- er for Bjithih'ColnmWa, died in London, England-'. The mayoralty candldateB in Bi- monton are Aid. C. K.-Wliwn and Jos. A. Clarke.. Oiford confer the degree of-D.D.. uponiBlshop Bidwell, dt Kingston. Rev. R: I. Warner'has resigned principal ot Alma St. Thomas alter 22 years' service! .4" 11 Is rumored that .Alderman Hal crow-will-be. Ihe labor candldaU. for] Mayor In Hamliton. Dr. John retirejl .Wrjiciin and former .member. Of Ibe ii'larlo Legislature, died at arinea. _ William Banks, Jr., .news' edilor of the Toronto Globe, has sailed for Eng; land lo cover.the .coming British elf- lloni for his paper. Nelson Wilkinson has resigned as managing edilor .of-, Ihe Toronto World, being succeeded by J. Harry Smith, editor c' Ihe Sunday World. Ml American wounded.: in England, With Ihe exception of about 500 of Ihe mosl scrioua.cnses, will be back In the United States by Christmas, according to present plans., i Mayor A. G. Young has-decided lo try for the mayoralty of Saskatoon lor a fifth term. .He will have Frank R. McMillan, a prominent business man, as-his opponent. Forty-nine Belgian priests were tor- tured and put to death by Ihe Melville news the has hepn acting'is jchairmajl ;o he Onlarli< Tlciory pUbliclt: commlttee.'has been appointed llnan clal editor ol Ihe Globe. Alter thirty-one'years of devotion San toidlers dlseulMA M women wrki were taking o! passing French troops. B. ReUabei, for 'the slates oi and Nss mailed bis Dutch legation at Wa.WBHop, fcfckiuu o' his German be- cause ol other government during Ob< Cash You Need i- ure an mana tlurlni" the occupation, Cardinal Mercier, the Primale of Belgium, dc-1 clareil in an .interview. more particalarly, are best earned in uiv a Letter of Credit, issued by This' old esUblished form of a preferred by many experienced trijfeUen ijMiji11 Liters of Credit are cashed. bj hMtaor and .ate the idanLty of tl. 'holdersfa established to the Balistacbpo of the bank Thia insurei aafety, and "loss and thefL loss ana tneti- "t t MfiRCHANTS BANK 'rtt rTA.MA.DA. E.tabliahed 1S64.-. ot First Head Offiti: Montreal. OF BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NODLEFOHD BRANCH. CANADA 'i'. n.'j. pINHlNG, V. A. EBERLY, AetiM M; "A. K1LPATR1CK, ActUJ rttv uuiwi Congregallorlal church, Hamlllon, has wami Lo accept a call in the Joha Miiiglian, pronilncnt in finan-j HOW: III ANY IN THE JABJ. The fludjnr's Hay-Co, la away 1100.00 Victory '-Bowl1 lor the nearest THRIFT Be thrifty and place the 'products of your thrift where theyrf' and be secure. AT ONCE NS AND SAVES! ncral Trf Edmonton, Alberta HK Government ot Iho Province of AllwrU IHW SAVINGS Cerllllcates In amounU tram, upwards Interest at 5% per accrued Interest, will be sent by return m. L Is compounded the 1st ol January and lit at July; In each year. Send !or foMcr fully eiplalnhg Iho .Savings Cf lUf- 'icatc plan, or belter still, mall your liral Savlnga Cortific.ifes for Ihe amount will warded lo you Ihe same diy the deposit la f ;