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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WW THURSDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1918 Noble Has Binders in Flax - Moii^ture Conditions Are : ;^ llf'airly Good Uarrestlnp;'111 iDecem^er is cerUinly fi moat unusual oecurrence In Alberts, but the ifQ,bje Foundation at Noftle-lord, cunj clalnii,';'the distinction of being able tOiCairry on harvesting operations during the past lew VeeKi. Last summei' tftey sjeeded a iiuRa crop of flax on their big new Cameron ]-anch property, In whlcli owing to the >and spring plowing; GERMANS RETURNED TO PARIS, Bi/T ARRESTED PAGE SEVE?? PARIS, Dec. 5.--Seven Germans, one of them a woman, who formerly lived in Paris, have found means of returning here, but have been dl�-covered and arrested. ' They hpd taken advantage of the " lionieward movement of prisoners and interned civilians from Germany to (Smuggle themselves into France and ^ make their way to this city, Their plea was that the Armistice terms permitted their return. F MEN ON RELEASE Insane With Joy When Canud-ians Released Them From The HUn Bondage IS STAMPED OUT SYDNEY, N.S,. Defc. 5.-Smallpox has been completely stamped out in Sydney, and>-the last patient discharged from auarantlne yesterday afternoon, The last t^o Spanish influenza patient! h^ve ^no be^n ^Iv^n a �lean bin of health, i nd the emergency hospital closed. THE CANADIAN B\NK OF COMMERCE sir eomUnd walker, C.V.O., LUD., D,C.L. Preadcnl H. V. F. JONES, Am'i Gcn'L Mmfer SIX JOHN A�O.C�n�r�JMMMaa. V.C. BROWN,. Sup'i of CrhM] Wunun BmndiM 4(' 4 GOOD INVESTMENT The money you savfe eains interest when depoiitied in our Savings department, and both iniiicipal and interest are safe Imd can be obtained when nquiied. Why keep in the home more money than is needed ior immediate puiposes? Lethbridge Branch.....R. T. Bryinner, Manager Warner Branch ------ J. H. S. Gordon, Manager Milk River Branch - - - - - - J. V. Steele. Manager FARMERS' BUSINESS For 'the /past 54 years, this Bank has given particular attention to the business of Fanners. We have helped many over the rough places, and have aided many more to Vbit highest plane of Biiccess. We are prepared to extend you every aid within legitiinate banking practice. Come in at any time and talk over your affairs with us. You are always welcome. mt : Head Office: Montreal.. OF CANADA, E�tabll*he(t 1884. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH,  . R. J. DINNING, MaK�r. MONARCH BRANCH, > V. A. BBBRLY. Aotintf Mw� way-�ad can be Vulctniieil again. They are non-peroufl and hold alrlndetinitely-this nlone means a big Mving because it does away with,under-inXlatton/or,low alv pressure, and it ia an acknowledged fact that most tires are ruined on account of not being inflated up to the correct .presBure. With TdlivW Tubes m your Tires thia danger la done away with,-the tires can't get soft and rlm-cut, and the danger of bibwputs is reduced over 75 per cent. Tollvers have been making good for ovsr three year�-^ver 160,000 of them are now in use on pleasure cars, delivery cars and trucks. Women drivers especially appreciate th6m because they lessen the danger of tire trouble, ALLEN JACK - AGENT. FOR LETH^RIDQE AND blSTlim SECOND AVENUE OPPOSITE LETHSRIOGE WOTEt. The following interesting letter lias been received from Jim Hooker ot iUe 39th battery, by his family here; France, Oct. 29th. 191.8. Now that an opportunity is present I want to give you a: few details of my recent experiences. We have been oh the move quite a time now, trying to keep up with anU following the enemy. About eight clays ago wb came to a village that had been occupied by the enemy since August 24, 1914, and when ilrst entering the village, the people looked scared and sur prised to see ua. They thousht we were camouflaged, Huns but when their surprise was over, they rushed o'ut~and embraced liie first ones tliey met, officers or privates. They laughed and cried and nearly went crazy. They gave the troops hot coffee and everything they could, for their joy was so great, thoy never imagined that they would ever be liberated from the Huns. Before evacuation the Huns stripped the place of all livestock, even down to rabbits, fowl, dogs and cats. The first night I slept under cover In a house, the old man and' his wife made me take one of their beds and 'even dried my boots and sox for me. I remained up quite lata trying to tell them of our recent advances as they had been cut oft from communlclition With the outside world for more than four years and knew absolutely nothing except what the Hun bad lold j them and the Hun must be a hard master. ,1 have beard many stories of all. sorts ot the cruelty, punishments ania fines Inflicted upon them. The church bells would have rung in. all the villages had they not been removed by the Hun. They also took back with them all men from th age of 14 to 60. / At present we are In {and have been tor sometime) a flue country, I have never had such an office as this one, am at present in a large country house in its own groiindB. There is furnlture/l (and fine stuff too) and a piano. Thq major has a furnished room, carpet on floor, fancy tables and flnel;^ carved chairs in his xoom. The orderly's room is what I would Imagine to be a ladies' sewing and work room, large Krencli windows leading out to a verandah where there is a, lovejy country view, the other clerk and I are in clover here, we sleep on the floor but what do we care for that, a soft bed has no^iattractfon for us now, we have been used to all kinds of hard floods for so long. ,^ ' There is another thing th'at I must mention before I close, "When our infantry came through they were fighting Fritz's rear patrols from behind houses and the French folk would show theni where Fritz was and would clap their baqds when Fritz could not get them. My pen could not describe in a fitting way the scenes that occurred. I might say the- Joy and excitement of the people was a very stkrihg sight to witness and I was very much tirred and excited too. Everyone wanted to shake hands and tell us how pleased they were. The fllctures that ypu very ott�n see in the papers are no fake, as we have witnessed similar cases ourselves. I think I could go on writing for hours about it all but think these few lines will give you a fair idea ot the French people's Joy. There will,be a wonderful rejoicing when the Hun is cleared completely out ot Prance, which I think will be soon. Please tell me if you receive thia O. K, Jlil, U.S.ST0CK1N AND 0, mmi CHlpAOO, Dec. l^ortrait.s nf Duncan Marshall, ijiiniaiiT ol' aKricul-ture for Alberta, iiiid (Jr. .;. l-\ G. Rutherford jwere jireHpnted lo the Saddle and Sirloin oinij last night. Professor Curtl.i. of lowa. prosnnt-Ing the Marshall pirtiih?. eiilogiaed Mr..Marshall's offorls lo promote the livestock industry In Cmvuia uni\ for thti sorvicQ he liHcl leniiored (Iid International l/lvestoclv roxpo.silion. Mr. Marshall, present iiig Dr. Knlher-ford'b picture. congriLtiilated Canada's livestock producers m the recent appointment ot I3r. Itntliert'ord ha a member of tiie Canadian Railway Commission, saying iliat it was the first time that they liad had in that body a member who had even a remote idea of the value or the perishable nature of a ti-ain ot cattle. I'lr. Rutherford responded !>i-lo�Iy. ALBERIA STILL HAS CHANCE FOR TS RESOHRCES Request Natural Resources Has Not Been Finally Turned Down CANADIAN PRISONER.S FAIRLY WELL OFF LONDON, Dec. l'.-Generally the condition of Canadians repatriated is better Iflian expected. The men mostly look fairly well fed. The chief defect is the lack ot boots, and many are footsore. Altogether about ,'iOO Canadians have been brought out of Germany, being men who were marshalled and forwarded by the German authorltiee.. There must be othens hot in regular prison oampa, but wbrkihg behind the lines. Directly news of the armistice came, German troops told the prisoner-laborers to-clear but. Some made for Holland and Belgium, and, being without money and lacking clothing and boots, may have died by the wayside. Probably the fate �will never be known of many of these poor fellows. KU.MONTON; - There is a good chance of Alberta getting control of its natural resources, after all, according to .John A. Re.'.d, government efficiency officer, who returned Sunday from the inior-provincial conference at Ottawa. Nothing definite has been done yet, and tliere ifj no indication of what lines the Dominion authorities will take in the'^settlement ot the question, but their attitude, says Mr. Reid, was distinctly favorable, and tlie request of the weslern provinces has by'-so means been turned down, I de.splle reports and statements that i would s�em to t)0int that way. The situation is one that has real groHndn for optimism, and the conference marked a decided gain from the west's point of view. Order-in-Councll Coming After the main conference between NEW FISHERY DISTRICT EDMONTON, Dec. 3.-All the lakes in the northern boundary country where Alberta and Saskatchewan meet are to be put for fishery inspection' ptirposes into one district, under the contrdl of Alberta otfi-olals. ' D. A. Davidson, chief fishery officer for the two provinces, is in the city in connection with proposed changes and developments in the industry, and announces the opening up of a number of new lakes a.s one of the most teignificarit features of the situation.!  ';INCR^ASE IN PAY WASH'InG'I'ON, Deo. Increase ot 10 per cent, in piece work pay for men employed' at rivetting, chipping and caulking, drilling and reaming, In steel shipyariis of the Atlantic coast, Delaware-Tiver, Gulf coast and Great Lakes steely shipyards is given in an award i6|l^y' liy the shipbuilding labor adjustment .board. DISCOVER COMET CAMBRIDGE, Mass.-, Dec. The comet discovered by Prof. Sohorer of Hamburg University on November 23 was observed i!n November 30 from the naval obse'fvatory at Washington and the Yerkes observatory ,lu Wia-CQnsiu, according to telegrams received by Harvard University astronomers. The comet is very faint, being of the 14th magnitude, and is visible only in large telescopes. It is in the constellation ot Taurus, not tarffrom the star Aldebaran. CAP!. MAY BE IN SIBERIA That Capt. Hardiaty, formerly adjutant ot the Lethbridge Highlanders, I has gone with the Canadian forces to Siberia, is the news contained in letter from * Lleut.-Col. Pryce-Jones, former commander of the Kilties, to Capt. Geo. Porter here. Col. Pryoe-Jones Is now with the Fifth army iu Fraiice, and has^ had charge for somo time of the capture^ German prisoners and their supplies.' Col. Pryce-Jones writes as follows: "By the time this letter reaches you, I expect the\enemy will have surrendered unconditionally. Just now I am living in one of the recently, captured vllijiges which the enemy hurriedly evacuated without time to take all the civilians with him. Some ot our boys were first in liere, and they got a fine reception. But Fritz blew up ail the bridges and factories and left hidden mines; all over the' place. Hardiity, I hear, has gone to Siberia. ; Wallace is still with the forestry battalion." er-i-ka Did It! NOT MOBILIZING ,BUKNOS AYRBS, Dec. 3.-The Peruvian legation here declared today that Peru was not mobilizing its army. The minister has been inforrned .by the toroign office that Per.u intentis to take no military steps, despite Chilean mobilizatipn. NOT BY WAY OF GERMANY PARIS, Dec. 3.-(Hayas)-It is re-pgcted from Warsaw that 1,500 soldiers from Alsace-Lorraine ^^ho were iBken prisoner by the Bussians, have refused to return to their homes by way of Germany. They are being housed temporarily in barracks offered by Ui� Polish mlliUry autUorlUes, :, "Iliad paip in the pit of my stomach, no appetite, sour stomach aind very much gas. Doctors could not help iiie. The FIRST dose of Adler-i-lia helped me." (Signed) Henry Welii, Lake View, Iowa. Adj6r-i-ka expels ALL gas and sour-nees,. stopping stomach distress INSTANTLY, Empties BOTH upper and lower bowel, flushing BNTIRR alimentary canal. Removes ALL 'foul ihatter' which poisons system. Often CURES constipation. Prevents ap-IJeridlcilis. We have sold Adler-i-ka many years. It is a mixture of buckthorn, cascara, glycerine and nine oUi-er simple drugs.-J. D. Higinbotham & Co., Ltd., druggists, Lethbridge.- Advertisement. Peace Hath Her Victories ^ onj responsibilities. The duty of Ivery men nowis to provide a living for himself ond his family, and help In the recon-stmction of the world. The great call ii still (or food. Other industries may collapse, but agriculture must spwn. C, p. R. F A R M S 20 YEARS TO PAY Open the way to^prosl^erity and independence. PrairicLand$ii tuSioanacrc; . irrigated land up to Hfo. Get started. Land is being rapidly taken up. Write for free booklets and full Informniion. AHifi CimtroR, Gm'I Sap. C.P.R. lanils ,,. 1st ST. EAST, CALGARY 90o HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? ', The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away a $10^.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estiinate. Uio several premiers and the feileral ' representatives, it .geems, the latter : mot Keparatoly with the western men, ': iinfl assurance was given them that an . orilorin-council would be paasfjrt cm-i bodying the terms upon which the Do-' ininion government would bo willing ;io turn over the natural rnsourceD. j.luHl what these terms will b� is not yet known, hut there is at least a pos-I sibllity that they will be such as will satisfy both the western and tlie eastern provinces. There was no unfriendliness towards the west on the part of the nraritlrae provinces and Quebec and Ontario, says Mr. Reid. Their position was simply that they asked far cash subsidies if the west were given its resources and a continuance of the present subsidies. It was therefore a matter of how much llio federal treasury cpuUi .stand in payments to the provinces. The question of a possible reduction in the amounts paid to Alberta and its sister provinces was not raised. Fair Settlement Expected Mr. Reid took with him to Ottawa a statement he had compiled showirig the revenues that had already been produced by the crown lands m the west. According to these figures, which were submitted to the. conference, the Dominion had received no less than $13,000,000 from sales of lands and the administration of other resources in the three provinces. The request put forward by the western delegates was that the resources be given to the provinces and the subsidies continued In lieu ot tha crown lands that had 'already boon alienated. 'I'he reaaonableness of thin request was not questioned, so far ae the Dominion authorities were coil-cernod, and the promise finally made by lion. Arthur Meighen, minister ot the interior, was tatcen 'as ground for expecting some feasible settlement Of the matter in due course, Conference Did Good A better understanding Of the attt. nule ot the Ottawa tifficials was gaitf^ ed by the provincial representativesf as a'result of the meeting, says Mr,; Reid, and on the other hand Ottawrtv undei;atand� aud appreciates more'-fuily the way the provinces feel in the matter. Id this alone there would be' a jnutna! advantage, and it wag felt that the prairie country had good reason to expect .some tangible gain from It. No insuperable difficulty had arisen In the course ot the discussion, and the promised orrleriu-council would be awaited with interest. Until it came n^ing could be said as tn how tlie quditlon would he disposed oj for the federal authorities had not announced their decision. . ACCEPTS RESIGNATION WASHINGTON. Dec. 4.~Pr6aldenl Wilson has accepted the resignation of Bernard M. Baruch as chairman ot the war industries board, effective January 1, and has agreed that the war industries board cease to exist as a government agency on that date. Canada Needs Her Man Her Woman . Aye -and her child-pow^r, top: she wants no sick, this wiriter^no officjes made inefficient, nor homes disarranged, npr schools poorly attended-because of colds and grippe and tonsillitis, due to we^ feet Wear rubbers and keep well. Get rubbers for the children so they^ can keep well. To wear your $10 or $15 shoes in the rain or snow is poor economy wheii good rubbers that cost so little save your shoes so much. Tiiere's a ^yle and shape \ for every shoe- for men, women and childi^en-in these six brands of reliable, well-made rubbers, sold by the leading shoe stores:- *\Jacque� Carrier" "Merchants" "Maple LeaF "Granby" "Dominion** "Daisy" Ask for these brands they igive the best wear* 40827174 ;