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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEHBER 4, 1018 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY lIERAlU PAGE NINE Tells of The R(gi>atriation . Plans of bominioii Govt. -iOTTAWA, Dec, 4�-The followlns tatenien.from'^ JlnV;tp. JfcAniwtts as flflpp ne.d' foM,%f rrwj^ervlces In the'Afield k\ cdin'es toVaii;pna(i;,iictual demelilllza-, J tlon'of'tU'^^ffifnSanrtlie^ftghtlng'unlt^ can not (BkftiiiyisiSe' u;iitn the :pr6llmiii-arv peace 'terijls "are'signed; .,jiende theayaJJaWe^ihiM siijj Ije.usoil 4n;the, intei-vWnhiW\-*4Bk8- to 'Wing .'baok; tpdop8>>ft'^hlrlaiai> oiiefly men Bl&t, and ,i(iiMkiW$%i�i.6t low grftde pHyBlc-; aJ. ca;t*itoriRsri,; ',!'�;.. � �  � ^T&i^"d�^itiii-un^;glTen.through* private iriflueiiee; -Bveiry 'sbidier Will be, thor' ougtii#vll^Vf|6edi-''ooneerning tlie;\ step^ tkkens^t^^ liiif''T6turh> to Canada; Hd , vin-.�e^:|jlv%ii^affipi^3 notk ^th^ B'rdbablo' dettAs "of- the mdvemerita -in ' 'r--''--.__:_;_:_' '" � ''-1 f j'thening foocl 01" It T7}^*^VL9A package* time to notlily his friends and relatives. He win bo allowed! free choice of �discharge, In �ny one of the 21 dispersal areas Into yfhlch .the country .has ..b^en SASi^^ki.||TJt6,'goy;ernmeht| ;j�il,l'',use �,eyfer^��)iMff q� ,publlcity-�pi '^^vai^tpj&'^& of Uie .proVinpiiY � govdrnm^ city ttdminlstrstipns'randriiiral mupii-clpal councils.and theiOreat/?^ar orans' Association-asi^wflU as- tte-cUur-ches and F/'lendlyiKSpldiers-of;Canada and various jvoluritary^jrar rorganiza-ttions. 'irhe'gr�at,-necesBlty;.however, IS to allow ,the'prpy)lem to-be,treated as an'undivided vwhible/'-' � - ' .L,. ;Prematui:�/;SeySempV... � � � It Will be unfortjm&te^f.lof^^^ mpnts'vere to be'ih'itiatod^'withoutariy reference^-to the main|pjAit of the f-ed-eral government. A premature scheme ihowever. ,generous-arid- deviked with the- beBt.lntentlops by sbme.partlculaif community, .might, haV.ff an unfavorable ��af'teimath'.,'It;'^^W cause confusion anWith 'wfiicK s Gana-' jSiah'-: 'vMin'ein'i :hiavo,' .:4p'� far? pferfotm^ war-seryice work ; aiid jnade sacrifices ^�^hwno are al--ready 'miserable Tr'dm the oo'm-^ , ^ ' -plaints and weak-neaseeiwiuOb/Me^ao.common to women, should take tUo ngbt temperance tome for the womanly syBteitf. j If a wSmor^ borne down by pam .and sufferings, -by nerHBUsnpss or dmy. ^g)eUfli\|by4>ead8cheorbackacho, "Fiworite, Prescription" .^ihopld. be^taken. It can !Bow,b9 bi^-jnHablet form as liquid at most dn'iKjilnres. Send to Dr. Pierce's %aiiclii^t;i]||r^^urg, Ont., for a lOo ^**For'?� '-RcroM toe-floor when I j'th� ,'PrOJorlptioB.', When -had ir61K>ttte^'I'irM.muo)>(lB>{>roved and four . .j,M��VqmnnJ�t�)y ,eured me,_ aod I, have- en;o.ved SHteK'bfSiJt 1 tWaii I ever did before Uking tlin ^NdediOtne;-' it-'ia-.trulvra woodorful medioiue fur try owes nothing 80 much tp its heroes HOW MANY BEANS:iN THE JAR? The Hudson's B^y Co. is giving 'away a $100.00 Victory Bond for tbe nearest estimate, Ti|E:iliXANDlER*GA^^ Of I.O.D.E. TIllRD ANNUAL UST MINUTE SALE KNOX CHURCH SATBRDAY; DECEMBER 7 ^ AT THREE P.M. V .PLAIN SeWING, FANCY WORK AND HOIME COOKlfia B'OOTHS. SPgplAL ATTENTION ASKEp TO AFTERNOON TEA ROOM. , .NO'ARTi^ . IS pad: conijtiant -ptjln&^'nKer' eaiitng; -pbiiis ;dpwn the ri^dp^;-�ind back ; anel^ ; '. horrible- tiittfer � s^iiff-of ten came- Tip �In my'moulb^''.'.'U ;, ' , in^prpve; ah4f: this- v medicine,' made of fruit': jUloeS,: Telieyed me when everything else filled'," � : . MRS. HUi)30N MAi^SHl^'ANj:.  .,>BOc.a hox','&ior $2.50, trial Sl?e''?5'o. At! a\l dealers'or sent postpjiiql 'by , Fnii^j-a-rtives, I/iniited,-"Q�tawa.; : �  .Tudgmg by the rush for - tickets; for the. big' carniyal -ivhen ih,e safe' openeS this nibrmpfe- there will'be^ :a tremendous crowd every -'eVening of the event next-'week. It is- al-; ready proven- that the people'' who have- been avoiding dancing and similar ,amuseniQnt9_-fpi; the period 'ot the war/are just"'walling for the^ opportunity to indulge- In-a real_^good time, and -the-Victory--Danc?^ Carnival IS g~oing to furnish the occasion. The dance floo'r~wiir "be put iir shape this- week,-and an- orchestra;- of 10 pieces has' already bepn secured, with more lik^fy to come.-i This will be the largest-'dance �orcheetra'-eveK provided ir\. Jjajthbridge. - ; The ;niidvi'ay ; is taking handle the Situation and-there are at'present no-'very ser-.loua'cases-. , - - "The general situation .in thejsouth is pretty well indicated by the closing of hospitals Delia, Blalnmore, Tabpr and .Brooks.  ' i -� ' AIBEiLEVUE (Spnclal to the Hornld) . > .: i BELLEVD'B, Deo. 4.-At 1. o'clock on 'Tuesday a big rpok slide ooourre^;, oil the C. P. R. right-of-way ouq find dne-ha'lf nines east of thij' to'\v;j, covering the track to a depth-ot 2^ feet, in places. 'NV'reck � and''- 'Worlf: trains.were rushed to the apqt, apd crews are now busy ilearng the track. The passengers- on the "night trains were t;-ahsterred. IJ'lsJ ex-" pected the track will be- clear., I>y 6 o'clock this evenlne. Gener^ftl Manager, Murphy, accompanied bySupt.' Mackintosh, was on -the' scene a faw hours after,tii-? aUde occurred-- ' v, ' - Some time ago a . statemdni. appeared, in -ThefjiHerald to the ' etfeet th'arm;'D6itoTlt6ir'gpvernnjent might, ...^__________ arrahge^O-Araitl'fj^eturned spldieri� hutJng-'bf "Comiij[is4ibner B'reenian. the Msinesi-ot'iarming at'the vari-l. '''Qrdlharily.J'.the said, "we .make a ous'-'eiipeifimehtal.t''farrtis throughout .pr'o^t. of about $25 p'er'day over ac- (Thp-' fnfluenza � epidemic � played havoc .with  Btreet. railway- , i^eceipts, accofdirig to .the statement, this morn- thie o6'uiitry;:T: As a result W. Ai Bu-chaiiaii>-M.P.,,n;>rote Hon. Mr. Mel-ghfeh; minlaWr-'tof the interfor, asking"-'Mini/'aboufe'.tho proposal. Hon. Mr,, Me5^heh..�#lying states'that Uie Soldier's^:'SflltJiBfifent Board-now has �urid'ei--cOftBiaemlon such a plan, and: active  steje'; arfc. being taken tp . develop-it at -the','earliest opportunity. -With one''bf tfie two experimental, farms in Alberta located . at Lethr bridge the. plan ;wlll be of particulai^ interegi:: locially. ., , Capt. B. C. McKenzie had also taken this inatter up with the n;iinistee ot agriculture, ^OP, lilr. Crerar, wfio said that he would give favorable consld-^ eration to the ^pilan. Mr. McKenzie said-that H�hi. Mr. Crerar appeared to be quite erithuslastjc about the Idea. MISSING mm G Graham,'of New AVestmlnster, IS In the city today on a search for his sister, Miss Felicia Graham, M.A, ,a teacher in the Edmonton High school, who disappeared on the afternoon of Priday\ November 15. The disappearance ik a mystery for which there is apparently no clue. Mr. Graham states that his sister had had aii,touch of, Inflnenza, but that on the afternoon 6f�t\ie 'day she disappeared she-appeared^^S-be perfectly normal,' a94^.d'i?'i!*'''>atever can be founc^ for'fier having dropped out of sight without a word-to her friends. He i .satisfied in Wa own mind that phe IB alive. ^ , ' Miss Crahai�';1s, about 32 years, ot age; abotlt frvfe' feet eight Inches-' In height, w.eigJi�fabout 140, with full round face .Jbl^df broad prominent forehead. *At.:S% tune of her disappearance � Btxe^^^fiBf, wearing a green cloth dress ai(d>*a green coat, green velour turnefldlfowii sailor hat and/a set of mi'nk'Upjg,';�.' , ' ' to Edmonton ^iss" r tiye'ye�irg'''ln''the. school: Prior to Graham taugl New/'W'est ' DEAIH (Spocral to tilo Herald) MAGRATH,-'SJtt||�-.--4,'--The death ot Geo. Cousinb. a returned soldier of DelBonlta, wa^'Jlnnounced today. He lived wiih his parents at their ranch south of Magrath. He enlisted early in the war at Magrath, together with his brother, but was returned a M.ear ago, suffering from shell shock. His death is greatly regretted. It is under-stooQ that the^up^al will be in charge of velerans from Lethbridge. RUSS DIPLOMATS TO FRANCE  NEW YORK, Dec. 4.-Prince Qeorge Lvoff, premier in the first Russian provisional government, and Boris A. Bakhmateff, � Rusi^ian am^ bassador at Washington, will sail for France tjiis week to attend a meeting gf Rnssian diplomatic representatives at Pans at which the Russian representation at the peace conference will be considered. tuau operating expenses. During the five-weeks of the epidemic we not only .lost rthe J25,' but ran behind an-otliec ll.dO, so tha,t our loss was $125 per 4ay, jas compared with normal conditlonSj , I figure the epidemic cost'.tlip Street railway'$3,000.''' L'etlibrld^e, however, is no worse oft tliah other cities in this regard. Calgary" street railway lost $10,000 diiring .one ' month' of (he' epidemic. Regina al.Eo' lost'heavily, The';16ss'>diie to the'epidemic will wipe out tbe profit accruing from the-.big. crowds during fair week in -July..' �' . Tiie eleiheni^ comprising the body, are constantly wearing out and must be renewed daily, else the outgo of strength exceeds -the income. scorn EMULSION will help the tired business-man or woman keep pace with the wear and tear of life. Scott's a . nourithet the body, blood and nerveij and helps maintain an even balance of strength and energy. . Saft'gmtmt yaar in-ci>mm ttf itrtngth writh Scott's. Swtt & Bowne, Toronto, Ont. 13-19 Goed.erprtTt atwayt uU SuHUghl lbvek BROTHBB9 limited toronto m BOBLOTTG UNION MADE OVERALLS ' SHJRTS & GLOVES COLO WINDS DON'T AFFECT BABY IN A MOTMR HUBBARD. SHOE i AN IDfAL CHRISTMAS GIFT See the Greatest Fight in Pictures-Harold/ Lockwood in "THE AVENGING TRAIL" -COLONIAL, Thursday, Fri-day and Saturday. Should for Christinas Cakes Be Sent in Now We^Bhould have the balance, ot orders for Chrfstmas Cakes iB right away,-The Food Board's permit to use sugar -for^^filUnB and tcmg ensures your getting a good cake. We can also make ScOtOll Short Bread and Doughnuts, . .,   SPECIAL for Tomorrow: Regular^ per, dozen, SQic AVe are now permitted to use puff paste in making Bccles Cakes-so they Iwill be delicious toniorrow. HOME MADE BREAD, PASTRIES, PIES, CAKCa. > Lunches, Afternoon Teat, Well Prepared and Nicely SiSrved Meals. , ; Canada Food Bo,ird License iNumbers 5-23S6, 10-16908. -'^ "PHONE-ife?,^ 606 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 0923 43 4204 ;