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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mm- ... fil- ^ Ictbbric^, Hlbecta Jrllvj^ ,Pr*�prjBtrfr� inll^ Pubiiaher* jjlf ME LEThiSmetfE HERALD PR(NT-INO.-Cpi�ifcNY, LIMITED ci^yPreaWett* fcdJ'J^naglng Director :*�|6Utt jfoj^Mice * .f business Manager ^tVlep^^es .J.*jili�IneM Office ........."^ /rWlidltorlBl Office .*............. 1224 1252 'ilk Subscription Ratee: .ijy, delivered, per week...... -^5 aily. delivered, per year......J7.50 .frjbany, by mail, per year ......�b.00 - J^reekly. by mail, per year '^^eeWy, by mail per year to U.S.. J3.00 ' Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap-' tiear daily on address label. Accept-:*nce of papers after expiration date is ^ur authority to continue the BuV scrlption. '.the election of ischool trustees ' i ' No dissatisfaction exists in the city . 4>ver the administration ot school af-'iairs. The ratepayers have been given good service by the trustees, dur-i ing a period when careful manage-aent ,wbs Tery necessary. Two ot the ^Id trustees, John Scott and K. R. -Idsoo, are eeeldng re-election, and I is no reason -w'by they should not sent back {o serve wi&ther term ^V#ii the board. : .�J'l A; B. Hogg is � candidate for the: ^ tBcancr created by Geo. B. Mackay's :|�tlremjBat.and;lt should be sep ihat ^^i�^e(AitdL^:.iLjStsgt^�s.a'pJe'fiidia: :|p.ualUicati^B&\ &ek:ls .deeply Interest-" fe^,Ottawa; vice-presldejitl6t mine A.^5i^ vie. Limited, Mo|^eal:%resid?^f of the United Brass ^BdjLead Comjj^y, director of lyfurrajpraiy Company.'Tlor-onto; president of the Arnprior, Cabinet Company, president of the Ppi-ce lain Products Ivlmlte'd.'and a niimber of other companies; Ho was formerly vice-president and managing director of th^ National -Cash Register Co., of Canada. He is also a Inember of the Dominion Labor CommUtee, first uhairmau of the Xiabor Appeal Board, which rendered,, at Its-'flirst meeting;the-^^nnni-raous decision regarding the Ottawa ElectrlQ HaUwAy, and.Js knownln the business w-bVld as a 'doctor of: sick businesses.' . . He is considered an export on sci-; entitle management, and in selecting Sir. Daly, .(p .cope iritb the mote or less unmeasured quantities of ^e problem of repatriation, the Gny dln^^iUc^taj' #ind f adly lighted quarters of the city. Da the interests ot the public welfare t'l 'lt.would.be well that this should claim Vi4- the.,attcin^9p^�f the Commissioner ot \ .% ^ul)Ue.Wnitlfls w&ose department has �'f^:: the regnlatiag a��t^e' atceet lighting, and of thB*^B*tjr, wlio'ils fflcf'Commis-oner otPubUcSafety. *> ^ : . >T,,ax|^ .J^fttout. going' too ^IJiitbJ'tUB 'matter ;it vrtll tinofil^: to mention *the�ati^tcIi\ot ''Bt.te^^ii^^n^?Tfiird areniie Si^ iFifib a7B^b,'8sraS, and-the por-ftjon jof T^lpi areiiue, ^Iween .Twelfth, and Thlfteenth streets sc^uth, as casM .'in point. They are not iby-lanes but thoroughfares, and the last ;i|Ufeot the -tre^s, - '.; tiBj in -Its preseent state of semi-dark-^ OBB^, an inviting spot -for the hold-up V i^it^ft'I^'t^^ Bcbenie ot Creation the need ; of^jllght was realljed as a first neces-' tit^. In tha order.of things. "Let there " '"flw] light,',' was the first ;DivInecom-aujindi We Introduce ihls wtthiall i�xerence. So 1^ a well regula'ted eltyi the need and Importance of light ahould be estimated by those in au-, f thprity. This particularly applies, to XiB^brldge with Its comparatively small police force. The keeping of thlg force to its present proportion is considered a^tuatter- of � civic finance. . We-.BhaU let it pass at that. But com-:fliqin sense will dictate that'the pollc-tag;of,a city, wfll be greatly helped by ��ood measure of light in our public pifces.. I^ence more the nacassity of -belter and more methodical lighting ; ,.ln|^tho city. , ,^e*adly lighted spoU in the c^ si;^ .i^ distinct menace, and need ripai-: -*Ylag and'increwed attention., ll ^aj^- coaa.. Florida Legislature passed a "bone dry" bill; Very soon America's most , popular winter resort will be the Tu-Jkonl . Lethbrldge had better get busy aird grab some of that', money for better h^in^^.,'VV;a~ need more houBes and better houses "here, and have needed them for some time. . :i - ^ WoiAlj^wvi^nsQn h^pea-to hare a rest at sea. He may, it be Isn't ifOrced & Wn !ip^6r "tte sidfe^-the ship; too much. f The outcome bt the generalll^ee. tion.-'the c(impalt(a for which Iij j^ow in progress, is of particular intatestj not only in Great Britain, but injc||i^ry:' par|ri'^^-^tke Kmpire. The elediipa hilj^Kes rou%d the personality odT ilMfTid Llioj^^^George, and the British'^Oov-ernment of which he is now the head, practically goes to the peppla for'an eiidorsatlon of Its waf policiy / Were this the only factor on which the decision of the electorate ..will hinge there can be no doubt of tbe result." It may be taken as read that the coalition government A^ni be sustained. But there are other' factors which -will hare to be taken Into consideration. Notably is thiB tlie-roase fhitvo^ will fs now' . fo^';Tlii f&ai ' The Kaiser and hip gang ongKt to be punished us criminals of the worsUJ type. Until they are given the'lp-just deserts, the world won't be content. ��^'j*' public SINESS MEN HELPING OUT ; : ^ejDominlon Government is using t% services ot H. J. Daly, an Ottawa Hl^liaa alfeady*undertaken UB.'dni^Iea .has gath,ered together thi  oflall / clep,^t^a;at;B concerned-idi^^ ^ .^^k pi,reabpojiptlon. for the ptintQs|^ ^rdl^aUhg and defining their ac-les,'|aifiilJ^j5tokji'-��;^port/fm^ partmefitstor �tliB work: � jjiDaly, and Is he fltte^^rfiir' li-'^ 3qh?"-'are qjiestlona that 'wlll_ once be asked. �^IB ona; of Die-' sucdes'sful seff- Bolshevlkl literature is being Mrcu-}ate4diu2?onmf.rfWBnt:t(^p^me|BBP-en^^n|%Nit �ity'liai^. be^^Sjreaohing abon^dieisamsjBtnttiorjasrtLana. nobody cared, obserres'^lS'eOttanra Journal-Press. .iV^ - ^  � :_ CamthaW-lBVlmade that-"1110 a'Uies accepted 'Wilson's fourteen points-too hastily. "Well, at- the time Woodrow put forth bis points, almost anything was acceptable. The summer and tall made a difference. In. the,outlook. The 'flu -cut dewn street railway earnings and caused-heavy monetary IpsBes to th^.^ligatres; Why .ahouldn't somebody prppoae that those whose business ..benefitted by the epidemic div^e tlie& paft>tit8' wiUi the losers. Don't ev^i^pdy- speak'-at once. ITie labor men and manufacturers advocate a campaign to ..spread optimism throughout the country. It is needed. Too many people' are peasi- Wlth U�fl I^bor,yote(i- .?Wb^v iin^oulitedit sWini'^fie ^UK!&on;|'l^hat is if the workmen and. workwoni^ of Great Britain"^ solidly supiftrt-the rCan-didates running on the party tiucet. Of this, however, there can be" no greatpffgree Pt c-artalnty, in that ;the Labor vote has always been a spme-what complex problem in the election issues in 'the Old Country. Labor in Great Britain has been rightly sensed-when it is dlvidad.into three parts. Thjese represent? whaf ::may be called .the moderate elehimit which consists of the more or leik bon-,tented with their present lot. Bubh as the skilled artisans, with regulair occupations, homes and families. The iiroblems of Labor dp'not appeal so strongly to these as to others, j Then tharft l3 the, party of inaction;' the militant spirits which keep up ' the grlf viances under which I^bbr'a,utfers, and' �|ge' for the rights' of-liiibor. la addltioi to-these there isvthe silent division," a vote which coiiiatB lairgely In "all;.'elefctio'ns, 'and which may be tmly described to ~be t^aibalanpe of power wh^ch, swaVs electipuB.'/ So far as the policy outllned'by Mr. Lloyd George goes it has its app^l to Labor. Much of the. ppliciea are of the nature of the policies of the Labor party which wlU-meet with the ap; provfll of.ithose in thjB ranks of Uabor who do not hold very advanced vlews^ Whether the powerful Labor organi zations such as the Miners, Ballway-men, and Ti-ansport, V^ich^' form an alliance, will consider" these go far enough remains to. be Been.' � ( The peace terms to be li^ll form strong, planks In the- electoral'jjain-x paign, but equally important will be uthe measures of economic reforms the 'respective candidates advocate. The nation as a whole looks toV these-re-tosrms. -;TU8J|!atuiQt.$u^dtw3�finM by the rest)ectlve|candld&t^|;jer'9r she, for there; will ^be.'woniefa; M^ates, -who eoe.B taTthest,/wfthpttt^^is�Bching into'extremes, fo'r th^'aTlndtrfof the people ot JSrItain as a whole'do aot run to drastic changes. Will fare best at thB polling Boothiij - "v-^^^ r^j-y^atis known as.'(Ive:^01d^jE^g,:re-prese9te,d by Mr^.-.f ^qalthv';.pi?-S5'dward nasi mm FRIDAY, DECEMBEFt'6.1018 bad name and it-Wfll-itiekTto'*?Jt, the '-Walt anS:1&ee''.'po^lcy tick- eted this igoKenjiiept will'aciji^some-thlng In tho'ttdtute qt ^a, "jii^latone round -ite neck..-' J^e:trtmnOhallSfnding ot the-war Ivith whidhtttfe-gbtemment ofMri LlPyd George :iS;1ntlifimely connected will, like'vpiirai-"milWate/agalnst thw' sucfcMS .of 'Sf-r: the pbtls.*. In 'th^s inattei; t%^y^�^.ot the Women Vill have ^o ;b'e talten'Shto ac-coufit. . / ' Though the question, ot tariffs will forni a iiart of the'election campaign it does not appear likply that it will form much 'of a diVidlng line in the fact that ether measures hold for t)ie' present a predominating place iMi:; the minds ot the people of Great Britain. A feature in t'he election campaign Is the injection of Home Rule by Mri Asqulth. OTiopgh the' question has mlstic without reason. Before the, Ui- 'v, been a very-live one in the politics'of war ended they plctured.,the after-; Old Country, it has never hefoi-e the-jyar,conditions as verj^-dark, and they still are i;Ioomy about things. 'They atS spreading thl|i fflea about, and'-ibther jpeople, "jffho ; don't delve deeply, into matters, Bwallo,w the doctrine,'. Naturally, if we ill become BlflbJh;rk^MlmiBm will rofgn. Thei;e, in�at that' �n�^leid'lHir wmers are' ifrepar-ihg for "thfk'/diSyelbpinOTt. ^ ^ -  : llie Standk�ii-Balik of Oanada has opened for: btyid^as itl the Hay Orow-ers" hall. At present the batik'"wtU only be"^ open Tuesdays and Frldayi, MiH Ferguson, the manager, isa inan among men, and-wo. fpreseo . much popularity tor him personally, and' a rush' of biirilBiiBS for tlie InBtitutiOn that he repre'se'nts. ' ? ' I Pppular Family Going The CbaldnlB C. P.. K. colour is losing a ^Vanr; popular family .iiii: the removal of Mr. and Mrs. EX>reman, mbo have "sold their farm at a Bub-atandU flicure.and are moving to C^litoriiJUi.^: Friday eveningj a social- gatherlBg, nnder the anspIciiB ot the Colony* Oiub, was held at,thej| Foreman reti^ance. A pleasant time was Bpent in -tarlous social dlv^ralpas, and Mrs. Foreman 'was proBented with a..BllTer and sugar aat by the C6ionr Club. Mrs. Foreman has been president of this' organic aatlon Blnc6 -Iti inceptton, and heir energetic persPnaHty will hegreatly, . Clarke/-' Republican, traB elected mayor ot 'Portland, Oregon. . ^Controller T. M. Wright la a. candidate for mayor-of Hamilton. >; The port Of Antwerp, Belgium, is now open for all shipping. Regina, favors one-in'an street cars le-ina^ army oratory has .no great appeal for him. However, *lt'iheanir;-th'at the; gld^^AflJ qulth parly -is out-�for a big bid' for-once more holding the reins of government. The-, ex^orejgn Seeretan; has held a reputation- for 'dlpldmad;^ but he has lost niubh bt hWpersdnal glamoi; over the lacidents of the early days i)f the-'war! The ilgure'of' Lofd^ Haldane which looms ^n the. >b(tok? ground of the old Liberal pBrtV''�tb�y not promise much in the -way of The Salvation a*my will build hospital to cost $]LSO.00O In Ottawa. Rev. Father Duhne, a native of, Tyy-oming, Lambton county, died at Stratford. ; ; " ^ - Justice Archer, ol Monl-real, has ruled that dressd^ at $160 and f 135 each are luxuries ratj^er than nepes-sities in the case Ibr'a wife whose husband earns t2tf'a month, or less. .Vernon, B.C., %esbytei:|an�.haTe ih-. vlted" K-Bjf. Lennox'jlpnief Qfl^innipeg, tp their p'astofiae^TiiiAfrtoriner pas-tin-,  Re-i�. - C. '0��� WcWdy......... ..............Murphy Lovesf..Fta,Trct 2i933 I'm All Alone TanlgJ�t.;^;:,il..^�ii^^ HERE'JYOU WILL FINDJ THEyyERY'BEST|^RVK:E'V "THOUSANDS OF RECORDS" HCTOBT ^ �r -if ;.  ...iff -Kt: BALMORAL BLOCK. FlfttH STREET, LE-THBRlDGe .....- , - �- iMused by the death In Optober of Rev. -death of RlchardrHeld; Qen, Sims Is a J. A. McNeil. � : : . I graduate.of the TJniy.ersiti;.of Oxford and has had .much war>experiencB and a distinguished career, Alberta ils ever enlarging the market for her-live stock and.now. it transpires that Bpm.e.oir.her phre bred hogs are being exported to Japftn. 'Wm. GIlbAt, well known as a breeder of B^tWititp^i^ .-.and,- KlUfonvsT^k^i, ,. is makijB^ ^ iai!jAnge�Mpt^ > fcr v fiwj shipment �bt 'two ' "pi1�b'" bred Berk- .ie prob- abfjr thiB^mit shJisSii attfck tdUhe^iilbpi^: "^airm'a|?,=H.^^*'kellbgg'^^^^ the Inland- Oally^ress ABflbclatli))! of Chicago, announces that eight hundred and tffty' dally papara of the United States have been torced to auspend publication, by .tha advancMl--production coAtB of theiJiai Mri' "r^r^ ' - Dr. R. B;- Cuthbertson, pt Dauphin, one of the best known physicians of Muaitoba, Is dead. success jn the cbthfidg itight. % It.isauUe on�the gards that the;ne> government of Oraat Bflfain may be a Labor, one,. prftvldiBd*liatpT� IJL adhesive-enough an{L^the;>.different ele- ,maplM.�^i^n,,ba v^flWM^ this there is a iTttfe doubt. U. is ditricult to comprehisni that meti of the sunip of -HaveljsQk^Wilvon, ofv the Seamen and Firameixif Union, and Mr. Barnes, who ;hak bMn fli; Btaupcb /supporter, of the. d^fjUtlon'.GovernDvant, will asBlmilate with >uch men: as James Ramsay Macponald. Mr. ^hc-Donald is of the revolutionary and'fio-cialiatlc type and he hafl made himself notorious with his vieWB during the war.' These y^ws, it"niay be Bald, were counter, to'the tiewa of the patriotic element rfbich Is the larger force in Labor, i'^- v-; A The result ot the 'British eleotions Is at present on the knees of the^gbAs. silence -thaa in speech^, and, piatform.Ll^^Lf Labor sat:tu4S�nd(,�tP-^aIn'|^wlth ' ' ' - - . . jjjg pfaaence of Ooalitioa and I4p6ral caiid^datej) in .ttAiauae mirid/ s^^^ if. har-Biumi�Hba8 r^einatitlTOs befbre the electorate. But'the perfpnaliiy of jMir,;LIoyd.Ojomo and the spWndid ptiphtstdon hb'hW' gained throuffl'hlB %(JMfe'y.eame, malady, , a;he young couple were married last spring in California.. Mrs;,Maw was the only .daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. W. ,W. McMillan and a niece of Sir Daniel McMillan. > Thei proprletgr of "Sweats," an' old New York.Riverside nustaurapt that has gone:into bankruptcy, .says t'^When I; came.: here, after the ClvUl-War, to help put my father, we used to cook and "serve the finest-steaks in - the world tor C cents-and make money on them, too." - John A, Walker, a prominent Mon-trealer Is dead at the age of 64. He belonged to a prominent old Montreal family, of ScSttish origin,.,and was a member of the firm ot Walker Bros'., manufacturers' agents. His only sister was the late Lady Glen-Coats, Wife of Sir .Thomas Glen-Coats, Bart, of Paisley, Scotland. � ts Brig.rGeni P. R. Sims h8B�1)eenUp-polnted agent, '.general^ foe - "Ontario tempbraf]lx-,in;,'the Brltlshvlslea. Thia position .(became -.vacant-^through the HOW.MANVrB&ANS IN THE JAH? ' The Hudsbh'B -Bdy 'Co. ��IB. elying away a-|100.()0-Victory Bond vfqr the'nearest, estimate.:?' venlcnt form. The momat it . is oppliccj, turni a aoothlng It'i � ivondirlUl adva Wng.comfortlns warmth S� bS-YuU' dlSSS/'S ' Harold^RRfteU^ArCd.;LimiUd^lbMcChI Si.;Toraiite ;