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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETMBM06E HEWAtJf DECEMBER i ant Publishers f HI LCTHBRIOOE HERALD PRINT i NO LIMITtD I Ml 6th UethbrldflS J W Buchanan President Director fohn Business Manager lualnttt Office Ultorlal Office 1252 1224 Subscription Rates per week ppr year a by ppr year by per by per year to Dates of expiry ot subscriptions ap gear dally on address Accept of papers after expiration date is iur authority to continue the sub tl JTHE ELECTION OF TRUSTEES No dissatisfaction exists in the city the administration of school at The ratepayers have been giv good service by the dur ing a period when careful manage ment very Two of the John Scott and are seeking and inhere is no reason why they should not fee sent back to serve another term the Hogg is a candidate for the iracancy created by Mackays retirement and it should be seen that iicgg splendid Ha deeply interest ted in educational He baa the experience lit an educa and realizes the import ance of keeping our schools up to the kighest The ratepayers will not err if they Mturn Davidson and JHogg on Monday next r 1 CITY LIGHTING NEEDS REMEDYING A well lighted city is a handicap to work their deeds in dark In other words it prevents This applies to ail cities amongst which Lethbridge claims a place That this is not as It should be by our city authorities is evident th the many dlnrtylighted and badly lighted quarters of the In the interests of the public welfare it would be well that this should claim the attention of the Commissioner of tublie Utilities whose department has the regulating otthe street and of the who Is trie Commis sioner of Public dark Is suffident tg npayjnce we IP only too true jSnthout going too iarticutarly into the will enough to mention stretch of young men of His prove his great Those of our renders who know Cen tral Ontario will remember the Dnly Hontes In different ike Peter Lindsay nnd This young tnim fttfy belongs that He started out in life largely on his own resources and today 35 years of he these positions Direc tor of the Home Bank of pre sident of the Daly Ot tawa vicepresident of Ijame Montreal of the United Brass director of Murraykay Tor onto president of the Arnprior Cabi net president of the Porce lain Products and a number of other Ho was formerly vicepresident and managing director of the National Cash Register ot Ho Is also member of the Domin ion Labor first chairman of the Labor Appeal which ren at itsfirst meeting the mous decision regarding the Ottawa Electric and is known in the business world as a doctor of sick He la considered an export on sci entific and in selecting Daly to cope with the more or less unmeasured quantities of the problem of the Govern ment has taken into regard his repu tation as a business It is men of business knowledge that Canada needs at this moment to deal sdme of its big Why not Baron Shaughnessy for the reconstruction department The re ply trom some will He would be dangerous he is a corporation If we are to be suspicious of success ful men of these big matters of business will not be properly hand This not a time for What the country needs is ccbpera tlon and confidence in the men who The Election in Great Britain The outcome bf the general tho csmpnlltn for which now in Is of particular not only in Great but In part ot tie The election liedfea round the personality of Difrld Lloyfl nnd the British Gov ernment of which he is now the practically goes to the people for an eiteorsation of ita war policy Wore this the only factor on which tho derision of the electorate will hinge there con be no doubt of tie re It may be taken as read that tho coalition government Will be BUS Hut there are other factors are willing to serve their no what rank in life thay may Florida Legislature passed a hone dry Very soon Americas most popular winter resort will he the Yu Lethbridge had better get busy and grab some of money for better need more houses and better houses and have needed them for some Woodrow hopes to have a rest at He if he isnt forced to lean over ffle side tof the too The Kaiser and nil gang ought to he punished as criminals of the worst Until they are given their just the world wont be between Third avenue and the por tion of Third avenue between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets as cases MOCK SHOW fin now dance ts Tharsday we hat no one wHI be any worm tof Mct H Stock Shew Bolsheviki literature is being circu tat tlren gome pap era sity have beenijireaching about no body observes the Ottawa Jour Complaint is made that the allies accepted Wilsons fourteen points too at the time Woodrow in They are not but put forth his almost anything public and the last was The summer and fall the shadows ot in its preseent state of semidark an inviting spot for the holdup In the scheme of Creation the need of light was realized as a first neces sity in the of Let there bV was the first Divine com We introduce thin with all So in a well regulated City the need and importance of light be estimated by those in au This particularly applies to with its comparatively small police The keeping of thli force to its present proportion is considered amatter of civic shall let it pass at But com inqn sense will dictate that the polic ing city will be greatly helped by a good measure of light in our public Hence more the necessity of better and more methodical lighting The feadly lighted spots in the city a distinct and need and increased MEN HBLPING OUT The Dominion Government is using tha services of an Ottawa departmental store proprietor as dl reAtdr of repatriation and employ mfnt committee of H4liat already undertaken dutiea has gathered together ofall departments concerned WQfk for the purpose oftfoordinating and defining their ac ifie report im on the condition Of the Guy departments or the Who is and is lie fitted for each a job are questions that will Stance be is one of the successCui self made a difference in the The flu cut street railway earnings and caused heavy monetary losses to the Why shouldnt somebody propose that those whose business benefitted by the epidemic divide their profits with the Dont everybody speak at The labor men and manufacturers advocate a campaign to spread op timism throughout the It is Too many people are pessi mistic without Before the war ended they pictured the after thewar conditions as very and they still are gloomy about They are spreading this idea and other who dont delve deeply into swallow the doc if we all become pessimism will There is Vneed to be Conditions are not aa bad as they were before and they wont be bad at it we keep our heads level and cheer Helpful publicity for Lethbridge and the country is continually appearing in the financial papers from the pen of of the Hoard of Marnoch is doing more to help Southern Alberta than any All his articles dis play intimate acquaintance with con There is nuthiogot the boost In his contributions and consequently the sound financial men heed what ho has to because they have learned that he is sound yam in UiH Marnoch with out any Knlfiah interest to giving lyethbridge great service and WH should appreciate hig efforts morn thiiu we have iu the which will have to bo tnken into con this the ease with the Labor votft This vote will undoubtedly swing the That is if the workmen nnd workwomen of Greut Britain solidly support the can didates running on the party Of thisv there can be no great legree Ot in that the Ixibor vote has always been a some what complex problem in the election issues In the Old Labor in Great Britain has been rightly sensed when It is divided Into three These represent what may be called the moderate element which consists of the more or less con tented with their present such as the skilled with regular oc homes and The problems of Labor do not appeal so strongly to these as to Then thereis the party of the militant spirits which keep up the grievances under which Labor and urge for the rights ot la addition to these there is the silent a vote which counts largely in all and which may be truly described to be the balance of power which sways So far as the policy outlinedby Lloyd George goes it has its appeal to Much of the policies are ot the nature of the policies of the Labor party which will meet with the ap proval of those in the ranks of Labor who do not hold very advanced the powerful Labor organi zations such as the Railway and which form an will consider these go far enough remains The peace terms to be form strong planks in the electoral cam but equally important will be the measures of economic reforms the respective candidates The nation as a whole looks to these re j cannot but toe by the respective Me or for there will be who goes for the minds of the people of Britain as a wholedo not run to drastic will fare best at the What is known aa the re presented by 8fr Edward and will make tiid for a return to the truth of the saying of givingadog a bad name and it will the Wait and policy which has tick eted this government will act aV some thing in the nature of a ntfllstone round its The triumphal ending of the war with which the goterhment of Lloyd George is intimately con netjted militate against the success of at the In this matter the votes of the women will have to be taken Into ac Though the Question of tariffs will form a part of the election campaign it does not appear likely that it will form much of a dividing line in the fact that other measures hold for the pre sent a predominating place in the minds of the people ot Great A feature in the election campaign is the injection of Home Rule by Mr Though the question has i been a very live one in the politics of the Old it has never before been brought before the people as an issue ot an electoral The matter at present is in a very cdn if not in a more less nebu stage so that the party that stands on this plank cannot count on very solid In view of its in tricacies it is a question whether the British public sufficiently understands it to give it the interest it The fate of the exkaiser wjll be a lively topic in tlie coming and bound to roriBlderablp Lloyd George has taken time by the forelock in the demand of the coalition if returned to that he be made account able for the crimes for which he is Chicago to tfce International Stock The livestock industry destined to ift an Important In it Ift Mfnintftnt that our leadtat farmers are prepar ing for The StandiM Bunk of Canada has opened for btaneis in the Hay Grow ers At present the bank will only be open Tuesdays and the Is a man among and wo fpreseo much popularity for him and a rush of business for the Institution that he I Popular Family Goini The Cbaldale colour Is losing vary popular family In the re moral of and who hare soM their farm at a figure and are moving to Last Friday evening a social under the of the Colony was held at the Foreman A pleasant time was spent in various social ami Foreman was presented with a silver creagj and sugar aet by the Colony Foreman has been president of this organ lation since its and her energetic personality will be greatly Those present were Bert Marlon Byron Cor delia Arson Delia Haag Auleln Miss Gertrude and Kund and Miss Sche Hans tea Mlsi Dinah and and Douglas Ar Miss Arlle Blsa George Alvin Alice Laura and Wesley Carl Dorothy Ryer Arthur Miss Orraa Ed Clare and The Foreman farm has been bought by of We extend the heartiest welcame to and and hope that they will feel happy among our popular store is making improvements in hie He is putting in new art metal greatly adds to the appearance of the His customersmay be assured of the same high quality of service that they have become accustomed to personally This is a pol icy which will find abundant favor with he British A noteworthy sign of the election campaign now in progress is the ap pearance of Sir Kdward Grey in the roll of This is not ex actly his for he is stronger Jn than in and platform oratory lias no great appeal for it means that the old As quiili party is out for a big bid for oncrt more holding the relne of gov The exForeJgn Secretary has held a reputation for but he lias lost much of his personal glamor over incidents of the early days pf tho The figure of lxrd Jlalilano which looms in the ground ot the old Liberal party does not promise in the way ot lift PICKED UP IN 1ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN a teacher of music la the Toronto public Is dead was elected mayor of Wright is a can didate for mayor of The port of is now open for all mayoralty candidate favors oneman street 1 The Salvation army will build a hospital to cost in Father a native of Wy Lambton died at Strat Justice of has ruled that dresses at 9150 and 1135 each are luxuries father than neces sities in the case ot a wife whose husband earns a or Presbyterians have in vited Lennox teaser pf to their Tbelf former pas gone to The appointment is announced of Lawrence H Fisher of to be pastor of Western Methodist to till the vacancy FILL YOUR HOME WITH MUSIC MUSIC BRINGS AND INSPIRATION itiTO THE In these times when brain and brawn are taxed to full when nerves are strung to their highest tension and cares and worries fill the hearts of RELAXATION isabsolutely necessary to the welfare of the In what sphere is it more readily obtainable than in that of Music You can suggest nothing more effectual than the soothing influence of good right in your own More and Canadian Homes lesirtiirtg how much the Mason PJtyer Piano adds to the enjoyment and happiness of their indoor It is the Piano with which all others COME SELECT YOUR CHRISTMAS PIANO EARLYTERMS AND TIME OF DELIVERY WILL BE ARRANGED TO MEET YOUR In our and Player Roll Departments you will find all the latest and Permit us to play the following for you VICTOR RECORDS 18497 185O5 Rotes of Loves Cerden of Everything is Peaches down In Im Coming Back to We Dont Want the the Two of I Hate to Lose PLAYER ROLLS 2927 Hearts and 82044 Sylvia The Texas Fox 8667 Bluebird Grant 2927 In Dear Old Sunny Trot 2933 Im All Alone Step HERE YOU WILL FIND THE VERY BEST SERVICE THOUSANDS OF RECORDS HOME OF THE VICTROLA LIMITED BALMORAL FIFTH LETHBRlDGE caused by the death in October of ot one of the best known physicians of is Harry time well known in has again been elected mayor of Nanton elected its council by accla mation as follows may orj High River elected its council by acclamation as follows Louis Council Thomp School Trustees Thomp Of the total number of cattle that were sent north from the south1 ern dry belt this for feeding were sent out to j points along the Of tho sheep that were shipped went out to points along the various death of Richard Sims is a shipment two pure bred Berk graduate ot the Universityof Oxford shire pigs to is prob and has had much war experience and anly tha firlft shipment ot Alberta live a distinguished Alberta is ever enlarging the market for her live stock and now it trans pires that some of her pure bred hogs are being exported to well known as a breeder of Berkshires and is stock to theOrient Of the In land Daily Association ot Chi announces that eight hundred and fifty dally papers of the United States have been forced to suspend publication by the advanced produc making the i tlon costs of the war success jn the coming It is quite cards that the new government of Great Britain may bo a provided is adhe sive enough and the different ele lie Of this there is a little is difficult to that men of the stamp of Havelock ot the Seamen and and who lute been a staunch sup porter of tho iqalitlon will atMlmilate with such men as James Ramsay Mac Donald Is of the revolutionary and So cialistic type and he has made him self notorious with views during the it may be were counter to the Ylews of the pa triotic element which U the larger force in The roHult of the British elections is at present on the knees ot the The Labor tP with the presence ot Coalition and Liberal candidates in nod lias numerous rJpreientititfetj before the Hut the of Lloyd and the splendid he has gained througty his in the cdnduct of the wajf are bound tn be great aaeeti in lUa It will bo nut gafliw too much when if said that UU chances ot onco itioiVniadlng the government ot Britain are extremely Stanley one of the most popularof the younger died of Mr is seriously ill of the young couple were married last spring in Cnl1 Maw was thecnly daugh ter of and McMillan f and a niece ot Sir Daniel The proprietor of an old New York Riverside restaurant tlmt has gone into j I came after the Civill to1 help out my we used to cook j and serve the finest steaks In the world for B make money on John a prominent Mon trealer is dead at tho age of Ha belonged f a prominent old Mon treal of Scdttiah and was a member of the firm of Walker manufacturers His only sister was the late Lady wife of Sir Thomas of Sims ap pointed agent general for Ontario temporarily In the UrltiHli This position became vacant through tint for Jag CUPAT1VE WADDING Vnndenbroecka Procam HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAH The Hudsons Biiy la giving away a Victory Dond for the nearest Ii potential in vcntent The moment it is turns intodktVe g warmth HUM la lit wonderful advance the ua Cuaifartaflo poultice or plat Rtady at U CQOMI Iroaa tha boxfull direetiorik an Invtntxxl by the Bel gian Chirnhtr Britishmade by the Therrao tcui Huywarili Harold Ritchie 10 McCaul CM per Box ;