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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEtyPEn Tells of The Repatriation Plans of iDominion followlnfj cOTorlng the plans of the repatriation and employment commit tee ot the cabinet council was Issued i Tho government Is taMmr to face trie fproMeni Plans iitc lieeh ii England iftnd for thelrans of tM the flintlng jlne to aa soon as need for theirservices In the field comes to an Mid Actual demobilisa tion of the In units can not take place until the prelimin ary peace terms are Hence the available be used In the iiitervenfntr weeks to bring bsofc troops ta Bngiafldv chiefly men and wounded and of low grade physlc No PilvaU Influence Thd repatriatlort has been tery thoroughly worked out and there will favoritism shown or prior ity vot given through private Bvery soldier Will be thor oughly concerning the Ills return to He will aihpie notice of the probable dates of the movements CONSTANT PAIN PAGENTNR A itrengrtiening food grown u ind iped package fe1 KoftkWat Biscuit time to notify lilH friends and rela He will hn allowed free choice of rtlschnrge In any one of the 21 dis persal areas into which the country has been The government will use of publicity to keep the soHneWon the other aide and their relatlreVM home Informed of the development of thn demobiliza tion in the depart the department of soldiers civil reestablishment and the labot lh with other branches of the are per fectingtheir organization to cope with the problem of employment forthe rapidly as possible after land and restoring them saiUfactnrlly to civil It is the determination of the government to see that all practicable provision is made for the eraplpyment of returned soldiers on their discharge from tho Sick and Wounded The medical branch of the militia department has charge of the and The department of sola Cwreeted For two svlTrrod from Severe I liad constant enUnppains clown tho and back and horrible bitter stuff often came up in my I tried but tliey did not lyi Mut ns soon as I stnrtpd t began lo improve and tliVs madn of fruit relieved me when everything clso HUDSON a i for trial slztf At all dealers or sent postpaid by FruiVatives WAR CROSS The patriotip eplrit and devotion wotnen have farperformed warservice work and sacrifices never been equalled in the of any wives and sisters support this burden strength and But who arc al ready miserable from the com plaints and weak nesses which Ate to should take the right temperance tonic for the womanly If woman Is bornei down by pam by netmusnoss or diziy headache or Prescription be It can aow be bad intablet form as well as liquid at most Send to Piercea i Branch for a lOo trial of For Pierces Pleasant Pellets have been most satisfactory in liver and bowel Pisrceo favorite Pro made a now woman ot For about ix yeari I auf fered with woman I trouble during whicli time I beoaim all run weak and nerv I would have severe backaches and Jaini in my I detMed with the doc tor but didnot got cured ol my ailment and was so bad that I eould walk acroM toe floor when I takini the When I had two frrttlM I WM nroohAproved and our CltleiiCQinplately cured and I have enjoyed Stilt bBaTttthan I ever did before Uking thll It wonderful or lew1 civil reestablishment will take care of the restoratlow of disabled soldiers and to secure for thorn their old employment and vocational train Ing for men who desire to attain know ledge of new training and the board of pensioners are entrusted with the important matter of soldiers The department of the via the soldiers settlement are in charge of plans for land settlement in cooperation with the departments of immigration and colonization and agriculture and also with the agencies operating under the provincial govern In the near future the plaus the acuisition of land for settle ment will be announced and will be further The committee are proceeding with an in qulry question of what pub lit wOrks are to be undertaken in the by the provln olal and municipal governments o In order to ascertain ho much employment can be provided b such The department o Is cooperating with the govern ment of the provinces in the establish ment of employment Abou 25 of these are already In existence The department of agriculture wl be in touch with various fa mers organizations In an effort as certain whatemploy they requir i in as far as to mee I such needs1 I The Committee A committee of the consis B Of Sir James Hon Crera Rowell and have been dele gated with the general supervision of the repatriation To assist them in the coordination of activities of the various departments and to avoid a i prominent has been sec ured as director and Vincent who has been acting as secretary pi the war committee of the will seek the assistance and the coopera tion of the soldiers aid committee and the other patriotic bodies throughout the They will enlist the help of the provincial city administrations and rural muni cipal councils and Great War Vet erans Association aswell as the chur ches and Friendly of Canada and various war organiza the however is to allow the problem to be treated as an undivided It will be unfortunate If local settle ments were to be Initiated without any reference to the mainf plan the fed eral A premature however generous anddevised with the by some particular might have an unfavor able It would cause con fusion and overlapping and impair the working of the general scheme now For it might attract to its particular locality a greater number of soldiers than could be permanently provided for within it and in the meantime cause waste and There are some problems Can ada which can better be handled by decentrized but the peculiar this most important problem require central and unified direction and Tho fed eralgovernment alone can view the problem in all its perspective and handle it with a minimum ot waste and It is not intended to minimize the seriousness and difficulties of the prob The various who are attempting to work It desire the energetic support of all public spirited citizens in the The coun try owes nothing so much to its heroes s the duty of restoring them in com ort to their homes and providing ag ainst all possibilities of The Js part of the war and the many neh and women who have given up so much time and energy to war work should not abandon their but should think that the coping stone of labors has still to bo put The government is fully allvo to tha irgency of the probleni and Its solu will receive almost their undivid energies during the next few ON FARMS Some time afo a ap peared in The Herald to the effect thaf the government might arrange to train returned soldiers In the bnsmess of farming attho vari ous eapeflmehfal farniH throughout tho a result Bu wrote Mei minister tf the ask ing him about the Melgheft trying statesthat the Soldiers Setttotrtent Hoard now has under such a and active steps arfc being taken to de velop it at the With one of the two experimental farms in Alberta located at Leth hridge the plan will he of particular interest McKenzie had also taken this matter up with the minister of ag who said that he would give favorable consid eration to the McKenzie said that Crerar appeared to je quite enthusiastic about the TLU CUT DOWN Thn Influenza played havoc with street railway according to the statement this morn of Commissioner he wo make a profit of about per day over ac tual operating During five weeks of the epidemic wo not only lost the but ran behind an other so that our loss was per compared with normal 1 figure the epidemic cost the street railway Is no worse off than other cities in this Calgary street railway lost during one month of the Regina also lost Theloss due to the epidemic will wipe out tho profit accruing from the big crowds during fair week in Purity ttself Above all matt look ind ibiotmely Sunlight Soap It the one In m MM tlh Which It el imentf wlthonl ertftn nlwayi itll SnnUflU LBVEt BROTHRM LIMITBO TORONTO Judging by the rush fortickets for the big carnival when the safe opened this morningthere will be a tremendous crowd every evening of the event next It ready that the who have been avoiding dancing and simi lar amusements for the period of the warare just waiting for tBeoppor of New is in the city today on a search for his Miss Felicia a teacher in the Edmonton High who disappeared on the after noon of November The disappearance lib a mystery for which there is apparently no Graham states that his sister had had touch of but that on the afternoon of day she disappeared she appeared pe perfectly and np caufte jHiatever can be found for her having dropped out of sight without a wordto her He is in his own mind that she is Miss Graham is about 32 of tunity to indulge in a about feet eight inchesin LV and the VictoryDance Carni val is going to furnish the The dance flooV win be put iic shape this and an orchestra of 10 pieces has already been with more likely to This will be the largest dance orchestra ever providqd Tho midway is taking and the Bank of Monte Carlo is busy get ting out its currency grand No other currency but that of the official carnival bank will be legal tender within the of the big pavilion during the about with full round broad prominent time of her disap pearance shvnWas wearing a green cloth green green velour turnedflown sailor hat and HfflA ABOUTYOUR INCOME TKe comprising the body are constantly wearing out and be renewed else the outgo of strength exceeds the SCOTTS EMULSION will help the tired businessman or woman keep pace with the wear and tear of Scotts oouriihet the blood and and maintain an even ilrength and Saffgmmnl your in of wilA 1319 set of mink Prior to go Graham five years in the Jnr TJTtrvVi o rtli ytrtl to Edmonton X aa HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay Is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest minister of handed out the following statement to the press at tfoon today Once no mew points report flu cases and only 05 new cases from all over the prov ince were reported The total number of cases reported to date Is No deaths reported yes In the along the conditions are very At Vermilion there are quite a large num ber of new cases within the past two or three the same applies to At Ihnisfree things are very much improved and an extra nurse who was sent over last evening is al lowed ty return Around Bruderhelm the cases are on the in crease and another will be sent this Along the C a number of now cases have develop ed in the Father district and a nurse will be sent back to reopen the hos pital at As to the Athabasca district the rural part up well but are a of cases recently in At Wain wrlghl the situation is pretty clear and a male nurse who has been Jn charge of tho hospital there reported this As To The South AtCoronation there are the hos pital In the town and the district about two hundred Burdette is apparently the most serious The last report ig that there is ample staff to handle the situation and there are at present no very ser ious v The general situation in thesoijth is pretty well indicated by the closing of hospitals such as Hlaiwnore Taber and Special tothe Herald death of a returned soldier of Del Announced He lived big parents at their ranch south of He enlisted early in the war at together with his but was returned a Hear suffering from shell His death is greatly It is under stood that the will be to charge of veterans RUSS DIPLOMATS TO FRANCE NEW George premier In the first Russian provisional and Boris Russian am bassador at will sail for France this week to attend a meet ing pf Russian diplomatic representa tives at Paris at which the Russian representation at the peace confer ence will be Christmas Cakes Sent in Now We should have the balance of orders for Christmas Cakes to right The Food Boards permit to use sugar for filling and Icing ensiires your a good We can also make Scotch Short Bread and SPECIAL for Tomorrow per SOc CU1D WINDS DONT 1FFECT BABY MOTHER ID1A1 CHHIS1MAS Glfl We are now permitted to use puff paste in making Kccles Cakes so theywill be delicious See the Greatest Fight In Lockwood in THE AVENGING TRAIL Fri day and HOME MADE Afternoon Well Prepared and Nicely Served Canada Food Bonrd License Numbers 606 THIRD SOUTH 4 PHONE 1127 THE ALEXANDER G ALT CHAPTER OF THIRD ANNUAL LAST MINUTE SALE KNOX CHURCH SATURDAY DECEMBER i AT THREE PLAIN FANCY AND HOME COOKING SPECIAL ATTENTION ASKEQ TO AFTERNOON TEA NO ARTICLES AT BOOTHS SOLD FOR MORE THAN THE GIFT THAT OVERSHADOWS ALL OTHERS THE ATBEllEVUE HiMoltil tlift 1 oclock on Tuesday a big rock slide occurred on tho rightofway one and onohalf miles east of thijj covering I he track to a doplh of 25 feot in Wreck and work trains wore rushud to the apd crews are now busy clearing the Tho pnssengors on the night trains were it pecKid llio trurk will be clear by 6 oclock this Oenevui Man urfonipanied wus on tho scene a hours ultor ti elide occurred m Genuine Patiie products can only be obtatne HUDSON BAY LETHBRIDGE ;