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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FWH tETHI HEHALD ttfee DAILY AND WttKtY and INO LIMITID MS 0th anehantn fraeMeBt tad Managing Director Ate Torranca Business Manager TILIPHONIS Offlea aitoHai 1224 V Rates per per year Dallyiby year Per year by mall per year to Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap pear dally on address Accept ance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the sub NEEDS RECLAMATION SERVICE e One portion of President Wilsons address to Congress on Monday was read with more than passing interest by the people of Southern It was that part dealing with reclama tion of lands through the na tions reclamation Some hint of vhe Immense undertaking contem plated by the American goTernmeht along the lines of reclamation is giv en by the following Vords of the presi dent I particularly direct your attention to the Very practical plans which the secretary of the interior has develop famlly are popular because they are They do not interfere in the affairs of the Almost with in sound of Hyde Park there is ft refugee in driven from hit throne Because of his autocratic William Hohenxollern might hare been Kaiser of Germany today and tha world never have gone through tho great had democratic Ideals the crowned heads of Bur DECEMBER IMS DIBTILLCrta OPPOBE RETURN Of THE BAR A somewhat remarkable admission was made the other day tn Toronto by the distillery ilrm of Hiram Walker and Sons to the effect that the dis tillers of Canada were diametrically opposed to any return to the old or der of meaning the bar and its attendant but thnt they were In favor of handling the liquor busi ness in he Dominion under lows simi lar to the Ontario Temperance which Is practically the same as tho Alberta Liquor In other words the distillers are not in favor of go ing back to the old days of the licens ed but they would support any measure for a return to conditions as they prevailed prior to Avril 1st last when the prohibiting the transportation liquor from a wet district to a dry in to In their statement made public through the Toronto the Walk r The OntarioTemperance Act All Had Participated In War Medal For Champion Man From Our Own following is a copy of the official announcement of tho decoration of of with the military medal For conspicuous bravery and devo tion o duty on the 19th of This man displayed bravery and cour agp of a high order during a raid on the enemy cleared a hundred yards of trench by aggressive bomb and closed with a party of the nnd assisted Jn capturing pri While in the enemy trenches he was subjected to heavy but carried out his work cooly and as sisted to make success of the He further displayed courage daring in previous reconnaissance of the It has only now become generally hat Minnie of and James died from influenca at Corona tion about a week and Roberts wish to ex press their thanks and appreciation to the many friends Who assisted in nursing their and for the sympathy shown in their bereave The flu has a way all its own of oc Three more homes were at tacked in the country last Clark sons and the east of and Orderin northwest also Council in coaiwction with we rej Roberts is down with Gal garded as legislation in the right di lagher of is nursing says the It removed Guyton is at some of the sources of the abuse of and Hardisty at All he use of which we i the new cases are doing but were powerless to In the The hospital was closed on enforcement of the as generally i Guy and Carl Lock were the theGovernment has always i last to and Roy Lock tour loyal and it is left on and are convalescing ed in his annual report and before j not much that a measure j at committees for the reclamation whatever claimed fpt the j Once morewe were threatened with of swamp and cutover lands Act to be to the frank fire when a small outbuilding caught which if the states are willing cooperation of the distillers in its I fire on Wednesday last at the rear oil and able to redeem more than some acres of land for The congress can at once direct thousands of returning Tile OrderinCouncil was tinder stood to be a war al though we may have doubted the ne the Beaver Lumber Frank Smith and Prank Clever motored home from Calgary on Friday night and reported a pleasant tic legislation in Canada than either i Providing the flu becomes no If It will but enlarge the plans and England or France has found advisable j the public and high school will the appropriations which it has to raeet similar yet wej reopen on Monday surrendered any opinions we may have reclamation of the arid cessity of the expediency of more dras lands which it has already undertak trusted the department of the in This announcement should do a treat deal to convince the Dominion authorities if Canada is to main tain her end in the reconstruction per the reclamation scheme now un der consideration at Ottawa should be orTstalllxed and work undertaken with oat Western it Is been for years the lodestone draw settlers from the Untied the Zure so asIt once within settled communities the railways an market fa cilities Is now the order of the 4ay in and did not question the wisdom Of the The time is approaching when war measures will cease to be the law of the and legislation based up on parliamentary procedure will have The church wiI reopen on the at 11 and re A united memorial ser vice will he held at the evening tier when allthe relatives and friends of those who have recently dfeil are especially invited to Special J Ybti Sfaf Your Favorite and Play if n n i You who have never itadnW who kneW not one note horn can do You can bring song and cheer into your homev Sing your oU time the newest popular the latest inspiring patriotic and war Song words arranged Jt follow music that is played on the Mason Risch Player thif eAjbyable condition And you operate the play speed up or alow down the ActaafS loud or at your instant No excuse new fat ywr not enjoying this restful pleasure of musk whsah you have been denied is i KM ONCE MI NPULAI LIST OF tmi DIE TOD TO HEM OLD TIMB annla Laurla Tha ararraaa la Ben Bait Taoehat yaur vary Iwart Old at Hama Always the Carry Ma Back to Old VlrslnnyV Carrta you Meal AM Oaal the Oauittrya BavinsFuel Pit MeCanB ftvaa patriotic advjca In tha MlQ ttlci IflUl IfrWy Dawn In Uruaiy Malady af tha Ill Taka Yau Back to Italr Proa Jack aamaana Clta May Ba Whlla Im Irvine Btrhadataiti PATRIOTIC La Taka Ma Baak la Oaar Old WleMr Alltka Boytan linctec MrOountrftFaravar Robarta arama all yam patriotic Maata Laaf reravar Tha Canadian kaawi and Come in and let us us explain how you can own a Mason Risch Player Have Music in your home this Music will be a pride and joy to all the Mason Risch Player Piano OF THE VICTROLA THOUSANDS OF BALMORAL FIFTH LETHBRIDGE j to be It is with regard music MMBBAA1 to such legislation that wva wish not to be If by a return to the old system is meant a return to the many evils which characterized Borne of the formi there will be service at Bluason school Dalton visited Calgary on business on and of Car vor of but we are diametrically opposed to and any attempt to over throwanyGovernment on that Issue will not have our support In our the maximum that the flfat and as a result the is either that can be ac damaad for irrigation complished In the solution of the 11 thotaridiatrlctewhich are capable oT well within the fboundaries of the Ontario Temper Southern Alberta occttj it was pre 9ed a particularly happy place so farjvlous the last OrderJnCouneil in as irrigation possibilities are concernconnection with With certain and Southern Alberta cannot afstrengthening amendments and de to announce that Miss Bullock Is re covering The many friends of Miss Rowe of the school will regret to learn that she has resigned position in order to resume her Normal school Dont fall to gold watch on view at Allums Jewelry as a prize in the coal One chance ton order of wtfh every 10 who has been in charge of the hospital for eleven Should the opportunity be foVd to sit quiet and allow Canada to he outstripped in reclamation proj offered we would be found willing to jectf by the United States during the Place at the disposal our hearty co op period of velopments it can be made an ideal i returned to home in Calgary on THE RECEPTION TO BRITISH ROYALTY While other monarchs or are are from being We will not identify ourselves in any way with any movement to re store those evils of the old which were identified with that indis criminate and reckless distribution of thrones we find this incident record ed in a press despatch concerning the royalty of Britain As King with the prince of the duke of Gen eral 8Ir William com of the forces in Great Bri their alcoholic which all right thinking men justly Theflu seems to have The brewing of beer stopped in the and staff officers rode past j to us that of all peopls the brewers the the men formingthree sides have the worst kick at the kaiser for of a there were remarkable demonstrations of When the king reached the third section the men suddenly broke ranks and crowd ed about him grasping his j starting this Others surrounded the prince of Wales and the duke of Connaught and shook hands heartily with In the meantime other discharged soldiers gathered around the carriage in which were the queen ami tne Tke men climbed onto the footboards back of the vehicle in their to shake hands with the royal Opd bless dear ei the queen mother as aha bands with as many of the M aba An attempt WBH made to take the the carriage so that the The weatherman seems to have de cided that Christmas is almost here and a little winter weather would therefore be in Those warm days with gentle Pacific zephyrs were distinctly out of paragraph was set dur ing the The mild weather is j ing back Sunday We owe debt of gratitude to the Provincial Board of Health under whose direction Canniff is Teller of who is well known in received word last week that his brother An had died of influenza at Sal Of six brothers in the army this is the third to pay the supreme while a fourth was recently seriously At present her mother and sisterare down with the flu at Dont fail to investigate the big nine days sale atvCampbeIl Rocks buildinggang are again Working on the new school build and expect to have it ready for the school opening on The public school and church offi cials have decided to unite for a Christmas tree and Misses Clokessy and Adams of the 1 school and Miss Sinclair and j Cook of the Sunday school and church held a meeting andoutlined a pro I It is to be held In Marks i hall on at 8 A charge of 50c will be made j for to cover All j children A good program ia be BICKED UP IN SSING FOR THE BUSY MAN ExGovernor of Wis is John principal of Kent pub lic la was elected mayor of Red Deer by Mayor of is not likely to seek a former Oakville died in a member of the well known Montreal is Mayor of will seek reelection for a third customs officer at Windsor for 16 died suddenly Category B men will Con ada from England very Frank Preston has been appoint ed city engineer of Victoria at a sal ary of 1250 a Over a thousand babies Montreal in one died in General Manager Mnrphy of the western Hoes could not promise that the LethhridgeWeyburn line would be completed next We wish he would impress on the com pany how necessary it is to the pull it but jine completed if only to save the ald from ever having to tell its readers that the LethbridgeWeyburn Una may be completed nest The phrasa In growing hoary with idjnpunted police persuad fall into line again IP his to the men the king I glad to have met you today to have looked into the faces of for the defense of home were ready to give all and have sacrificed their hearing and Your 1 the most honorable distinc I a Wan can inspire reverence rour fellow May Al I limtf God mitigate your sufferings five you strength to bear MWr Uvw I thank all and he ungrudging la which you have done your That you may live long and Jrtth happiness the peace you MM pp hardily won is the most earn 4KHIM my Otirga and the British royal are becoming converted to the use of Alberta sunbituminous we are knew they would and we hope theyll stay con Why should Western Canada send out every year five or tnu mil lion dollars for United States coal wluin Alberta mines cau deliver tho thus keeping thn money in own With the balance oE trade between Canada unil the United States badly against buying coal is a poor Of governorgejieral of arrived here this morning hv uiicfial train over the Canadian Government He was mot at the Premier Foster ami members of the local mayor and The governorgeneral visited the military hospital when he in spected the plant praised those who had it In He also spoke briefly to the men returned who are seeking treatment A luncheon was tendered the dis tinguished guest at The degree of was conferraij on his this afternoon by tho University of New Membern of this Moose Jaw Creels colony subscribed to tha Vic tory McDiarmid was elected mayor of defeating the retiring mayor by 196 Asmussen has announced that he will be a candidate for the mayoralty of whose luisband is a died at Medicine Hat from Madame Alfred who settled in the Edmonton district 43 years is Out of 150 residents on the Alexan dra Indian near Riviera Qui twenty died from wife pf the form er agentgeneral for British died in The mayoralty candidates In Bd monton are Wiison and Oxford University will confer the degree of upon Bishop of R Warner has resigned principal of Alma after L2 years i cial and Insurance circles in Is dead at the age of He had been an alderman and school Cancellation of war contracts since the armistice was signed were estimated by Secretary of War Baker to aggregate managingdirector of the Toronto has withdrawn from that position to take up new work in John aged retired physician and former member of the Ontario died at William editor of the Toronto has sailed for Eng land to cover the coming British elec tions for his Nelson Wilkinson has resigned as managing editor of the Toronto being succeeded by Harry editor of the Sunday All American wounded in with the exception of about 500 of the most serious will be back in the United States by according to present i Mayor Young has decided to try for the mayoralty of Saskatoon for a fifth He will have Prank a prominent business as his Fortynine Belgian priests were tor tured and put to death by the Ger mans luring the Cardinal the Primate of de clared in an pastor oE First Congregational has resigned to accept a call tn the Ply mouth Congregational church at Fond du 1 BrigadierGeneral Hem Military District is about to retire owing to ill heatlh af 35 years In the Gleii CAifobell of Gilbert Miuacandi superintendent of Indian who died on active service In Oc tober left an estate valued at Melville assistant news editor of the Toronto and has been acting is jchpirman of the Ontario Victory publicity has been appointed finan cial editor of the i After thirtyone years of devotion to the Church of the Park Canon Bernard Bryan has been forced thorugh ill health to resign bis charge rector Dyson Hague will succeed The German espionage service In Belgium continues fjotwlth according to the Brussels to a vtllkfa near policy Ger man soldiers disguised M women wftb were taking photographs of passing French f John fol Holland for the states of Colorado Utah and New announced thathe had mailed his resignation to the Dutch legation at bttnausu o his governments action ini harboring the former German Vmpefdr and be cause of other acts of Metherland government durlngVths Cash You Need When Travelling more whertlaMe sums are best carried in he zorm of a Letter of issued by The lifohajitg This old established form of international is preferred by many experienced trayellert of its absolute Letters of Credit are only by banVaor banking and after the identity of the holders is established to the satisfaction of the bank Thia insures and jroarda against loss and MCRCHANTS BANK Head OfRee OF CANADA Established LB1HBRIDGB MONARCH NOBLEFOIIO Acto H is rumored that Alderman Hal crow will the Labor candidate for Mayor in prominent in finan HOW MANY BEANt IN THE The Hudsons Bay is giving away tA victory for the nearest THRIFT AT ONCE E A R N S AND SAVES NJEWSON Iruiiitciat Treuttirti Parliament Alberta Be thrifty and place he products of your thrift where they tJl multiply and be I I HH Government of the Province of Alberta issue SAVINGS Certificates In amounts from upwards bearing interest at 5 per tBBunii Withdrawals may be made at any time by ing upon receipt of accrued will be sent by return mall Interest is compounded the 1st of January and 1st of July in each fur folder fully explaining the Savings Certlf icato or bettor mail your first Savings Certificates for the amount will be fpA warded to you the same day the deposit 4 ;