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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE. LKTIIBmrtiK' DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, UKCbMBEK 8, 9918 She tofle I3eralo Ictbbritw, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY opportunity Is being opened for the Jomloton vlitch, we' sure, will bo art THE LETHiRHX-E HERALD PRINT- ING LIMITED 823 fth Scuth, PrMldeat 'and Managing Director Business TELEPHONES 1252 Subterlptlon FUtei; MTV delivered per woefe .16 per year ......5750 rk by man, pdr ......J5.0Q y; by mail, per year by maJI per yejr to Dales at eiplry or subscriptions ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- ance at papers' after expiration date- Is y to conti scription. DISSENSION IN THE UNIONS Harmony does not eilst iu the Brl llsh trades unions. The adlon of the Seamen's Union Iu refusing pass; 'to to Arthur Henderson'some weeks ,ogo has created trouble. t In Ireliod Ihe seameo have been eipell ed rrom-'ihe trades unions. When it I Ihat.the railway unions (he leaders o? s union, Haveloct of tae seamen; said tbe nllvftjiDcn abhorred Henderson's tendencies ]ust as much BS the to questions regarding the result ot any retaliation, Mr. Unison Ihe so- Parly irere to bring nent Iq..retaliate or to f; It wobld probably mean, the se lion of I ho Irmde -Unions Irom Calgary Is Hiving a municipal elec- tion but It need not think 1C Is (ho only sucb plico In Alberta. Thcro an) others. From a church announcement- lu punlsbuicnl Is adequjle for (bo .Kfltser? Sluslnff by tba (iutilctie." Now It ;Is eald Czar Nicholas may bo Alive.' If Vto Is allro and tbe Uol- viVi find out bis liloiug place he'll soon ba dead for sure. The Calgary Albertin opposes R. C. luayoralty candidate In Cal- gary, with as much Vigor as It sup- ports Duncan Marshall, Liberal cabi- net.minister.. Net belpg lo plaster tbe BtPECUKEEN I disposal .of Civic Affairs Livening Jlo.inl of Health Dismisses Condillon.s (Prom Our Own Correspondent) TADKll, Dec. J. Harper Prowso recelvotl woitl of.the death of sister, Miss GermaQ navy wlLh shot antj shell, Ad- mlral Seatty ggss Ihe next test thlag nod eoits it wttb giwci strung English language. ft fee Is lo be a Cecaiau aray officer In ilermany these days and hare" to get off the slrt-et for Ihe common It Is such a great chinge. t Trie United Stales Is and has sslllag all alien enemy property In thai country. do -likewise? Why qjiouldo't Canada should aot be say more considerate of the alien than Urwilo.Sam. The, echool Ijoard should be com- posed o( men, whose course during the past Tour years Is a worthy ex- ampla la tho cliildren, who. Rre grow- ing up become the citizens Canada must depend upon la.the future. went, I claim that ye unions Vlth ns, and ironld suffer a serious that jthe are afore likely lorelase J. thia me." en object la Arthur. Hen? .DM of his willingness to i the German Inspired by the fact that lost thousands ot unarmed the submarine ;irarCaie ,ns, refuse innans or any person that LittJe WlUfe Hoheazollern he tried Lo bring about peace In 1911, We don't .believe him.. He Is just trj-ing to hoodwink the world et a when paaiehment tor UIs .'elus is "belag plan- S. Barnes, Labor member ol war.cabinet, -has left the parly because ol lie Labor par- ty's refusal-to any longer recognize a Coalition Gorenimenl in Great Bri- tain, ilr. Barnea -will the Coalition ministry of Lloyd George. o( health for Vliole lawn wan swept wllii a wave ol sympathy that DianfreiUd' [lieK in PA ICKED UP IN A3SING KOn TBK 1IUSV MAN Colquhoun, In city ot Brooklyn, N.Y. Miss Colqul'oun In per- formance D( Ler duty B3 a social eer- vlco worker contracted Influeiiza, and, despite all (he- [me dim I anil hospital Ecrvlco available, succumbed lo Ibe rilse.iso on November 2G After a long and severe illness. Tho tody ol Ilio deceased was taken lo N.S., where tho fftmlly home Is, and Interred (here on December 1. This, the first break hi a large family, rnmo nol as expect- ed, tlirgugh the war, two BODS have icon gallanlly doing Ihclr bit, but (u Ifcc iierfonnanro of' sacrifi- cial service heroically. rondereJ at home. .'e are glad (a see Mr. David Wil- liams homo again -from Emerson, Manitoba, where be had conteyeJ the body ot his son, Evan', tor Inlermcnt, teacher in the Cenlrs for Letbbrldge lo help" nurse her slsler, who Is lying ill.ot pleurisy in the GalL hospital. Miss Lillian Tufteland' and FIclon Dryau left Monday morning'for Calgary io resume their training at the Normal school. The municipal nominations on Mon- day resulted ns follows: Mayor, R R. VIckeryi councillors. George Millar, Thomas Wil- liam. Portcous, William Black, James Head, A.- Blenosr-HaEsett and Thomas Patcrson; school trustees, Thomas Sneddon, George Blrchland and W. E.iValker.. The mayor and school trustees therefore go" In by acclamation, and It win ba up to Ihe. ratepayers flext Monday tn make a choice of fire out of the seTrjR nominated "for the coun- cil- We are glad there Is municipal election. H may., stir tip our stagnant civic Al least 'It will force some of our Jbuddiofe .aspir- ants to'get busy and" fashion kind ot a platform from -they may make ibeir boyr to-the-public. E. H. Vickery has done yeoman work la the council, and will make a TTOcLby successor tq Mayor practical Tlie .number of dcalbs to nnulfine from the epi- demic Is 14' town aufl scvei In tho. country Tho .Tabe'r hospital aloft has augnveuled by.. the .sJJHfon of N'urjd Qulmber, who arrived from Saskat- chewan' last 'week.. Got, )o Spokane ,Sam 'our genii! and In- dustrious loft Monday nlfht for' Spokane and California, where, be will spend' a few weeks Tlsltlng" friend's and recuperating from the effects ot tbc 'llu. Tbe other .luornlnx while, out look.- tog for 'a. fresh (louniler for breakfast j Not a 6luelo biu was reccKeil we encountered an'1 odd pair of tvvp Rochester, N.Y., distilleries were fish, to wit: bulky sleel y sates 1 put uu for auction. j by the Boston James Stark. one ot tho most proml- Nat Goodwin', tlie uctor, bas lost (lie Bight of an. eye. Kdmund p'jyurlslil, dlud at IVrls. Lieut. J, Scott Cameron, a nirrlstor or Gfndslouo, England recently. former 'died la -.ting" up aldermen, They .eip they were not out shopping. 'The two banks- vero no enticement'to tlicm, Thoy winked Rnd passed on.. What was thetr game? Were piey a runaway couple hastening to tb'o sky pilot further up the street tVbe married? 'Or had they eomo fell crime and were on Ihelr.woy to make confcs- slcn dlegorgo their booty V Scent- ing mystery, .we followed. UUL ns they came" opposite tho courthouse they lurched netylly from the Bide- ivalk-, down the steps Into the basement and'disappeared. Then wo guesseil. 'out for swag they looked" io get from the wlier, routed Up In the ril school, Itft 'e5Umed 'n th6 hurcbes on Sunday. In Knot church t 11 a.m. A- srrrlce of thanksgiving or peace will bo held. And'oa Lhe illowlnjj Sundny at 11 a.m. a meni- flal service for'llioso who died diir- ig Ihe epidemic. New Skating Rink .Taber Is'to hayii a tnrJ new as iln.k Ihls winter': The Dig Seven nd'all the little Sevens have laid o. Nearly'two'hundred has eta' rollecieil The oon- Iructlun Js betog pushed aa to 'Jrost. n he ubys. under the energetic iMder- blp of Ihefr achool principal, to do he trici.' th of Coal City Man The' seamtn are not Jhmt "Vfth or forgiyine the et-eaiy, they morfats them. illnej5 dfed_ In .the' emergency hbspltsl on Suniay-'Decemher- .4-.30a.ra.-The funeral'fook place ori On Monday at H.ln. -Miss" Susan moyed to and; later to ihe wnole'cs's'e Ih'atinfshell, all rlghL A-pictnre of'the In the Dnlch house where Little Willie 1 is living. remarks the Ot- tawa to' remind hJm Uiat the husk'dinner stage Is before nlm. number she'haa-rcslded with Hr. Wright. Ahont.-JS. months agi she--met witu.jn accident-.I 1 son banja one 0; her MERCHANT MARINE o FOR CANADA Hon. N.'W.'Howell address- a public- in Lethbridga ago h6 eipressed west is probably more determined to The'.'war hasn't chanjed the western farmers' attitude on the tariff. The wodld ihortly hireylQ ad- ayalem of BOTemment- (6ned.tJUECcmtinenlil railroads, the j'oceu' counterpart of those railroads, Caoidiaa marine and.operated by the government. v On Tuesnay Hon. C- C. BaUantyne, obtain a loverins ol Ihe tariK now, than iver before. A soliU west Parliimcnl can ReL it, too. J. 'R. Booth, biff manufactur- mill Because his men want an Increase In pay. He er, closes Binlsler of marloe, annbuoced that Ha won't consider arbitration at ill. Mr. plin sugEesled by HOD. Mr. Booth Is niahy millionaire, j .WINNIFRED (From Our Ovrn CorresDandrBtl Spanish iHuenza seeniB.'tp be nearly over ID his district, aiicj. faur deaths lave been _ MisS returned lo her after the Christ- mas holidays. MI33 M. SchulLa'61 Medicine Hat, pent the week'Vat ihc .homo of Mrs. G. W. Park'er. J Miss Arirada. _ irada. Cpofcjwts for'a' ts a vlsllcr. in -was to be carried .out, tnd in that start had been' made that, -day by Ihe liunchlnB.of two ship's 'of the serrlce with nearly 'Vo more !JOT bttlldlng. Theie are being bnjlt .by the government and will be 'own- ed, ifad operated by the goTennnenL la ''these days of 'reconstruction, foreign trade means more CaMdx than erer because CanJdB. most have a large foreign If she la to pay off her war'debt, announcement of tbe nlnlsler of is' of the greatest Importance. the fact that Canada la dctcr- now to capture her place la tworld commerce, the announcement it AStflj elgnlfiunt because the EOT- tas-come to a retllzatlon mn-t aid In building up Tht producer) and nunnfaC- he aided by the govern 'mm.ijfo Uit Canada nay know what tf jciiinta'ctnrea to jjrodnce need) otrji !E being held today on'a .charge of 9 doybte mvrder commiHed the Standard Oil plant it Whiting, Inc., yesterday. Perii, an Austrian, 26 yea'rc old, resented 'an order of David McClpud, foreman of the paraffme department, and be- headed him large knife used for cutting John asslctan.t foreman, .'who 'Equghf'.'to' aid 'hit beheaded. Five special police- men were- .-'wounded bcfgre Perls wai lubdued. V V befration due to fjifluenza, wouuded his wife wILft a rille and" fatally shot "A. Hnddow, acting city engineer, Edmonton, has been appointed to Uke lha professorship of civil and munici- pal engineering al the o! Alberta, succeeding Ihe late Prof. W. Mulr Edwards, .who occupied tnat of- fice. According Avebu'e (New mnflistcs-if girls charm men wbo'are now rctirnlngflhey must dolf llit-lr iinifornis'arid: mili- tant The'-mllitary'-'nqte should at eay; the'fashion-.folk, who point out' that''ru'eri .are slcltened'of military uniforms. "1 hale the sight of on Toronto yauth, who declares It lakes an ofticer about five months a year .to pay for his clothes. Major Wlllard D. Straight, New, York financier and diplomat, who was I I'T" u d'ei? The following wo.ien have annon'nc. where fc" lhcir ol thcm- tlEQ Women's Universities; Mrs. Hoy MarlyB. llndependeatf, i'hlllp jfisVifargarct EonifleW, l.UP..; Mils Isabelle. Ford, 'Miss Independent; .Eunice Bnlce Mrs. Harrison Bell, to coming BEANS IN THE JAR? TSo laway a 5100.00 Viclory 'Bond for the' nearest cstfrnafer married a daughter of Ihe late W. C. Whllney, president Cleveland's secre- tary of Ihe navy. Perry ot the R.N.W. M.P., reports that the Donrinlon Gov- ernment has over the admlbls- trallon of law and order In the Rocky Mountain and Jasper Parks, with gium Under Allied Flags Immediate Help lleeded lo Relieve SUrratioD ud Hold Gennany Retpoufblc NQWI L There is preuing need for.our help kl Bdgnan today, and there will many 16" c Ai cur tarritny, nntoM tlie face. iHJim, Mi" cheeVed woniM, fcw dothinl K> wora il nlm BO from wiolrr'j unnot wmk bat MUST U vu Lite Cnt la U it U Wt Belgiu over yoar otWif riw BiIfHui AT ONCM Make cliequci payable and sen4 contribution! rtt BELGIAN RELIEF COMMITTEE W. A. Duchanan, co Herala, Lelhbrlrfge, Alia, or to Hddquirttn, 61. Peter Street, WontrcaL ;