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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DKCfcMBER AGE SEVEtf BADTREATIi Maid to Have of Flu on trip Mown ward MONTHKAU In connection with tho voyage of the xncond tank battalion and a number of men from the 7tth Montreal Bat Who sailed on board the Queen are being sifted here by officers from military Men who have taken the trip and have since returned state the men were shipped during the Influ enza epidemic nnd that during the voyage no fewer than three officers nnd 35 men died during the and that the lower decks were converted into a hospital with 150 while tho rest of thf refused to sleep hero for fear and slept on the upper There are also complaints of Ucfc of medical treat ment and Initiffjcreirt supply of medi H furtbtf claimed that when the ship many of tho men were so weak that they coold hardly Join In the fourmile walk to the POOROUALIiyOF SENT OUT Where Quality Does Count aged in cold tor Has lost its flavor Kit notk tke farmer brings fresh from the Btcauso you cant make a good of coffee poorlj nourished and im properly roasted coffee beans has nothing to do with the coffee can make SEAL BRAND COFFEE SEAL the best cultivated blended and roasted and ground by those have made a lifetime study of the Brand licicut 2 pound ground or fins ground for PERFECT FECTLYMADE new look at are mailing frit If Write for a W CHASE A MONTIEAL the Union stockyards this weeK there Is much adverse comment on the quality of the hois received In the On this the commercial editor of the Manitoba Prew will aay today The hog market to pieces hy the number of light unfinished stock being Hogs arrived today that were not weeks old and do not weigh more than 15 while a estimate is that of the 1711 hogs In the yard today fully 600 would weigh under GO Some of the hogs weighing under SO pounds were sold for each and the purchaser made a favor of taking Hogs running from 40 to 60 pounds sold for per hun Extremely choice young hogs weighing 90 pounds sold from to I Some means of keeping thete hogs in the country should be devised at Many of them come from diaj trjcts In Alberta and Saskatchewan j along the line of the Grand Trunk Pacific where feed Is excep tionally There IB certainly no j market for them at They are congesting yard and eating their heads RAILWAYS HERE 1 inking Up African and Asiatic Flights Arc wire less The airplane already has begun UK task of forming a link between Af rican and Asiatic countries rail way communication non ent or not of the On of the Royal Air Force of the name and HOBH with two Started from Cairo nnd arrived at about 400 miles the The next day they left Damascus at oclock In the morning and flew to 450 miles ilia tan reaching there at oclock the afternoon of In three days the airmen had visited three Syria and linked up the two great expeditionary forces of the British MILLION LOST BY IT HUNAN TRADE A summary of the trade otCanada for the twelve months period ended October indued by the Dominion bureau of shown that dutiable and were into HIP coun try to the value of MS compared with durinK the previous Kxports were to the value of For the previous twelve months sent out of the country were While both Import and exports nre considerably lower than for the twelve months ended October they were considerably Ilian for the twelve ended with Dnrhm that period the value of Canadian Imports was and In other words the trade for I lie twelve months sOirinkagi only from the high water mark of the wartime in or the shipping was greatly in excess of tho record for any other twelvemonths REFUSES IcevE WHEN YOUR BOY COMES HOME you will be glad you gave fhe last dollar you could spare to keep him at the front and t t I 41 Ji J paid its heavy toll for doing a restricted business during the war and it paid it dladty It was a patriotic Shredded Wheat is the same breakfast cereal you have always and Eat it with hot milk and a little No sugar is MUST INCREASE PRICK OF ONTARIO NEWSPAPERS and managers of dally papers In the small er cities of Ontario are today meeting at the King Edward Hotel here to dis cuss measures to be to meet the everupward inclination of the i cost of production of Measures to meet by In creasing the price of the newspapers and increasing advertising will be put forward at the meeting ARI Ml ASV rl jlYt HM QNF I UK CH1L HOW MAHV 1EANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest approxi mately a million Canadian citizens were lost to the country in the halfcentury through Infantile mor tality was one of the points made by medical superin tendent of de Dieu In a lecture at the Knights of Colum bus hall last tinder the auspices of the Loyola School of Sociology and Social His subject was The Formation a Ministry of Public and other leading points of his address were statistics havo shown that of 100 young men at the age of 54 are objects of public or private charity at the age of SHAUGHNES3Y GOING OVER loaded with a full cargo of lumber and sailed today for the United King The Aquitania sails on De cember and among her passengers will be Sir Thomas 1 NEW BELGIAN ORDER King Albert of Belgium intends to create a new military to be known as the Order of the the Echo rte Paris The first man to be decorated with the new 6rder will be Marshal The Russian government has 10 Russian soldiers who have been prisoners In Germany and lias turned them back ai HIR according to a Berlin dispatch the Exchange Telegraph under date of is serious for Germany because of the necessity of feeding these It IB reported thai the Russian pris oners have seized four ships West which the British Red Cross had obtained from the Germans for the purpose ot using them for very suggestions and mental Impres sions which they are so carefully ad monished to avoid Tho moving picture theatres throughout country are present ing to the chiefly films of a demoralizing It is rarely in dued that anything of a uplifting or helpful character is Women and innocent dill j dreu throng these theatres in groat If we really believe that there is anything in the idea pre sented to us centuries ago that as a man thinketh so is lie should not be difficult to determine what i our future might1 Do we really elieve more in life than we do iu Peoples Forum Vocation THE WONDERFUL NEW MUSICAL INSTRUMENT THE GREATER PHONOGRAPH FOR A MERRIER CHRISTMAS AEOL1ANVOCALION the firit III muiical instrument conitiucted upon the phonograph It more wonderful than other iotlru ment ol ill kind you hive evet If you like the by the you like the of the great who have given their art Io iue If it the appealing of the violin that your or the of a great the Vocation true to the most delicate and of every voice and will no phonograph music heretofore could When you hear the Vocation you will hear the nchievement in tone reproduction j will appreciate the highly developed ait that tho WILLIS PIANO home has been able to employ in making a greater The of this beautiful phonograph will impreta upon you that the making of a fine instrument is a taik for artistic skill and never possible of accomplishment by the mechanic or And when you have tried the you have played your favorite modulating each varying measure as you with this remarkable expression will realiia that this feature alone grants the Vocalion a distinction and a capacity for musical pleasure giving unequalled by any olher instrument of the phonograph x prices to and up the MANAGER HULL BLOCK under thia beading must bear signatures of the TRIBUTE TO THE Editor Lethbridge Herald reply to a in the Her aids issue of SOth entitled Un de Sam Pays His as a British born American 1 am sorry to hear an unappreciative effprt on the part of some people to belittle the effort made by the people of the American govern ment in te late struggle for Worlds It would appear to a common mind like my own that the real Issue at the commencement ol the war was the worlds commercial supremacy between European nations but when tue war developed into a war between autocracy and democrat then the United States went into the war collectively am and while they are not taking the honor of delivering thd color plexus blow to the bun at the same time in my modest Judgmen they made a mighty stab at th same this time 1 would say all hono to the American nation for getting in to the war to help save the 1 would say that the majority o Englishmen here in Canada have i wrong conception of the spirit of thei American cousins across the A a resident of the States for 2G yeai 1 think 1 am able to judge the spiri of the people over there and I Avoul say there is no bitterness of spiri against Englishmen for past troubles but would say personally I havo bee honored time and again for being a so 1 would bury th hatchet and let the AngloSaxon rac unite for a better world to live In conclusion I would say that th American nation leads the world i truth and and 1 b lieve we woufd have a better world all nations would follow her Ye even our beloved Canada would d well to follow move closely in lie Thanking for yoi valuable space in the THE EPIDEMIC v Lothbridge Herald 1 see by the papers the good people of your city have boen great sufferers from flu and that Gods great outofdoors liaa boen repudiated and its healthgiv ing power Sometimes one wonders if by throwing off the hor rors of Germanism the people are not really still enslaved and domi nated hy evils more poweriul and deadly than that of brute force and material I firmly believe thut the attitude of the public press of today is per haps unconsciously a great menace to the health and true progress of The daily papers seem to vie will oiio another iu presenting to Ihrtir readers noon and in great frlghtfulness and until one wonders if ther is really any thing left that is world living ami in that state ot mind one mightalso inclined to doubt if thoru is really anything in realm of Cods kingdom that is worth dying Why should wo be so concerned about our childrens en guarding thorn constantly and carefully against associations of u vicious and when at the uamu time wo ure per mitting their tender minds to bo vd daily in the bv diseaie and death Let us take an inventory of our muntal wealth and ascertain on which side la the As a man thinketh so The human body together I with all its functions are products of the As we think so we Should our thoughts then not dwell on life instead of death on do minion over evil instead of subjec tion thereto Think right instead of wrong good Instead of had health instead of sickness faith and hope j instead of As a man j thinketh so is I The city ot Seattle was laden witli i the flu and tho authorities 1 had reported a large number of deaths on the day that the armistice was signed In hearing the good news the populace of the city forgot the ban that was hold over nnd celebrated the event in H manner suited to the occasion and rejoiced that the dawn of peace was at The day afterwards the flu ban was declared off theatres and other public places were filled to the hope and optimism prevailed among the It has been difficult Indeed to find the nmrae flu in any of the Seattle papers since that save In connection with the gocalled patented do not PETER Keep WRICLEYS in mind as the longest astintf confection you can Send it to the boys at the War Tjme Economy in Sweetmeats a 5cent Package of WRIGLEYS will give you several enjoyment its an investment in benefit as well as for it helps CHEW T AFTER EVERY MEAL The Flavour Lasts Seeled tightKept right MADE IN CANADA mam snmB FRUIT ;