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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta if AGE FOUR THE FRIDAY, DKCEMBRH tlbe Deralb and. Publliheri LETHBR1DOE HEBALO PRINT- ING.COMPANY, LIMITED 121 eih etrttliSouth, i lf, U' President (md-Manrielog Director 1 .Torranco Manager fcdltorlal '-.TELEPrYoNES Office I i f" f Subscription r. delivered, per week .15 delivered, per year ,'Dally, by nwil, P" by mail, per year by mail, ser year io 1 Dales of eiplry of subscriptions ap- dally on address label. Accepl- o[ papers nfler etplrallon dale is autborliy to continue Ina eub- gcrludon. pur ELECTION OF !SCHOOL TRUSTEES i i Xo dissatisfaction ciists In the city 5 iver Ihe adinlnlst ration of school it "inira. The ratepayers have bean fir lood service by tha trustees, dur ing a period when careful manage inentwas very necessary. Two of lha vld" trustees. John Scott and R. j jbavldson, are seeking re-election, and j Viere IE no reason why they should no jj ie sent back to serve ariblhf r term the A. B. Hogg is a candidate for the iracancy created by Ceo. B. Mackay'i retirement should, be seen .lit fceMs si. He Is deeply latereal If llon.blmseiijaiid reallies Ih'e' Import- ance of keeping our schools "lip Ib the w4e young men of Canada. Ills chlercmonls prove Ills great ability. ' ot our readers v.iio know Cen- Ontario will.-rorceuber. Iho D.ily [O'jses In different towns like Peter- loro, and OrOlla. Ttys yoyig ORB belongs to that family, He lartod out In life largely oa his own csources and today ut 35 years of age he holds' these' positions: or of tho Home Uink of Canada, pre- sident of the ll, 3. Daly, Coriruiny, Ot- awa; (jfenie Limited, of he United Brass Conipiuy, director of Murray-Kay Couipanjy'Tor- onto; unsldent of the Arnprlor Cabi- net Company, of Ihe Force- Bin Products l number of other companies. Hrj was formerly vice-president and managing director ot the.Notional Cash Register of lanada. He Is also a tuenibcr ot the Domln- on I-abor CommUtee, chairman of the Labor Appeal Board, which ren- dered, at Its.-first mous decision regarding Ihe Ottawa Eleclric; Railway, and Is known In the business world as a 'doctor of. businesses.' He Is considered an ou sci- entific management, and In selecting Mr. Daly. IP. cope with the more or less unmeasured Quantities of problem of" repatriation, Ihe Govern- ment has taken Into roesrd his repu lation as a business man. It Is men ol business knowledge tbct Canada-needs at-this moment lo dc-al with slpie of Its bis problems. Why not Baron Shaughnessy for the reconstruction department? The re: ply from some will be, "He would be Is a .corporation man.1 If re are to be suspicious of success- ful men, these big matters of business will not be properly hand- led. Tfals is-not ft time tor-suspicion. "coVpera- in the men who jp-serve'tb'c-lr country, tnatieV- :wbat rank in life 'ih35 may- come. The Election in Great 'tt i The outcome 'bl Ihe lion, tba cainpalgri for which 1( la progress, is o'l particular not only In Crest Drllaln, but lu every part ot Jto Empire. Tho Iiedps rou'iid Ha personilllr ot The ratepayers will not err if they Florida Legislature passed a "bone Messrs. Scott, Davidson and dry" bill: Very soon Ainerlca'e mos on Monday1 nelL ..popular winter resort will be the Vu 1 Iran. i CITY LIGHTING WEEDS 'REMEDYING A well'lighted city is a handicap to dari- less, la other words It prevents y This "applies to ail cities a'monpt wjiich Le.lhbridge a .this not t reallua u, it should be by our Is dlntly-'llghted and badly Usbted quarters oi tbe'cily. In the Interests the" public welfare be well that this should claira tie.atteritic-n .of tia Commissioner of fiiBlie'Ul'illtlea'waose departmeat has the regulating, of f the" street lighting, and of Tho k tia1Cornmls- had better get busy and grab some of tnat'_money for betlei "W46( need more houses am better nouses nere, and have needed hem for some time. i-i-', I golns. too ;jnto..lhe will :Klnlh avenua t and Frfth" and-.tbe por- Third avenue. betwEen'Twelfth and Thirteenth streets south, as casoc in pcint. They are notiby-lanes but public thoroughfares, and the last .shadows.ot the In-Us preseent state of semi-dark- TiesE, an inviting spot for the hold-up fp Jyl' I j la the scheme of Creation the need of light was realized as a lirst neces- sity III the order.ot things. "Let. there was the first ,-Biviiie. com- mud. We introduce this with all So la a will regulated city, the need and Importance ot light ahould be esllmaled by those In au- thorlty. This particularly applies, to lAJbbridge wllh its comparatively small police force. The keeping o'f thlj force lo Us "present" proportion. Is considered a'.matler of- civic finance. We.shall let 11 pass at that. But com- .inoa sense will, dictate tbat-tbe pollc- Ing city will helped by good measure of light in our public places.. Hence more Ihe necessity o[ better and more methodical llghllnj city. Ths -badly ligbted spots in Ihe city; a'dlsllr.ct merjace, and need tfJi-. ami increased alteclloa hopes-lo. have rest at sea. He may. If he Isn'l iOrced [o lean'oVef IBe sld'e'ioi.lbe ship, toe much. The Kaiser and hli gaag.ousbtj >e paoished as criminals of ihe wprs type. -Until they are given the'irj Jus deserts, the world won't be eontenL Bplsievikl literature Is being Wren hut .Urea'.tonia era '.In'-iwit.. city, have body cared, OtiaVa Jonr "ma'de that th'e a'llie accepted Wilspu's fourteen poinla-to hastily. Well, at the" time put forth his points, almost aoylh'ln was acceptable. Tbe summer and fa made iu .the.outlook. The 'flu cul dawn street railwa earnings and moneta: losses to the. theatres. Why ahouldn somebody prpposa those who: business benefited by tho epidem divide tllelr profits with the loser Don't everybody- speak at once. Lloyd (Goorgs-, tind Ihe Brlllah'Gov eraru'eni of u-i'.kb Is the head, to tho people for an (torsation of Its war policy VVre tills Ihe only factor oa which decision of the electorate .will ngo there can be no doubt of lie re- It. It iuay lie taken as read that e toaliltou goveiuuient ivfl! be EUS- IneJ. Uut there ara other factors hlcli will Lave lo bo laken luto con- dcraltoo. Nolatily IE thli Hie cue Ilh thp Ijbor .votoV ndo'uDledly swing tbo If Ihe workmen aud wortwomoo of real Uritain" solidly supplirt tto can-' dates running on the party ticket Uowevpr, there can reat.'iesree bt ejrtalnty, (a vote bas beeu a eome- hal complei proWtm in the election sues In "the Old Country. Labor In Great Britain bis been Ehtly sensed when It is divided Into hreo parts. represent whaf lay be called, Ihe moderate olenent hich consists of the or less con- ented with present lot, such as he skilled artisans, with regular bf 'iwo "pnA" bred Berk- graduate. ot the Urj'lv.erslty of Oxford shire pigs.tjp Japan, ik'dilili Is prob- anil lias had mud war nxperloicc and alify lUa'firiT shipmeot'.bf ilberta llvo a Alberla Is over enlarging Ilia market fot-'her-live stock It trans- pires Iliac some ,of .her pure bred hogs are being eiported. io Japan. Wm. Gllbe'rt, well known as a lireeder of stdcic to l tho In- land DallytiTesj AssocllUcn of Chi- cago, announces that elsni hundred and fifty dally paptra of the United States have been forced to euepend .'and; Is publication, by the idrancsd produc- lur tlyi I ilpncpsis of the .wat jwrloi. atn I ar. Tho ot Haldanc wl-.lrh looms In the Kroiind nl Ihe old parly rtoeV not prnmiso nvxb in thfl way ot IM toi- k) the electorate. Mr. and the "reputation he eaincd throaeh his piflley- !ri Ihe cifnSiicl of Ihe war are i fcounrt lo rre jrcal tsMlt la hla favor. Tt Will he not .too much t hr-n thai his of 'pjicc rh'earllng the1 government of i Wwal Drllaln arc citremely brlnlil. HOW MANY-BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Rj'iy CO. Is giving away a J100.00 Victory Rond for the nearest csltmaic. -J---- M- 'I-' I 'CURATIVE WADDWO'V ti potential hntln Tbe moment ll iiw% till U idvi At 50 'Cento f mbroeck. Bel- 11 riii Lh-mndt bylTrt Co., ttd., fates -AgwLs far Harold F. RittWe i 10 McCail St., TtrviU ;