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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ttJf THE ummmnoE DECEMBER tnifR field Betterment Far the Woritivff He Says in V v Speech An ttdtutrial creed for the four par ties manage labor and the outlined by John in an address today before thfc war emergency and reconstruction con ference In session Asserting that capital and labor are partners with common not Rockefeller stated ten tenets of his industrial These included advancement toy Industries of social as well as wellbeing Opportun ity by employees to earn a living un der conditions ot fair reason hours and prorer industrial en vironment reward for Initiative and efficiency machinery for antl promptly adjusting grievances adequate representation of all tht Industrial parties with annual Joint conferences to assure Industrial har mony and prosperity In each with this system extended to Include all plants same all industries in a In a na and In the various WONDERFUL STORY INCREASE WAR PENSIONS The British It It an nounced hat decided to increase war owing to the hign cott of crease will be 20 per It will begin as from 1 and will ex tend to the end of next FLU DEATHS IN SAMOA thousand deaths from Spanish influenza have occurred in accord Ing to a Melbourne dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph Com The Australian govern ment has dispatcheda medical staff to BRAIDS BEST COFFEE with its exquisite flavour and is a drink of delight Noon and Night In Sealed Ask your BRAIDS BEST TEA is the best tea 18 Orders for Christmas Cakes Should Be Sent in Now We should have the balance of orders for Christmas Cakes in right The Food Boards permit to use sugar for filling and Icing ensures your getting a good We can also make SCOTCH SHORT BREAD and DOUGHNUTS HOME MADE Afternoon Well Prepared and Nicely Served Canada Food Board License Numbers THIRD SOUTH PHONE 1627 stories of salvage of the British submarine which wont down in Oner loch lock near the Clyde have now been The submarines had 3 persons on incuullng naval contractors mid men from tho yird where she hud been The order was given to submerge and she descended just beneath the surface when water began to pour Into her aft nnd she descended stern down to a depth of An inspection showed that the vent Hat ion had been left open nnd 31 persons In the of the vessel irnmeMatelv fore part was shut otf and the 62 persons remaining there were How Their rescue was accomplished was sensational A few hours had before divers were sent on what they described as a forlorn 1 to he Uiey dis covered that the etern ot the vessel was embedded in many feet of Knocking at the they were amaa ed lo hear a responsive A Jules Verne Tale Then attempted a task which reads like a tale from Jules The high pressure bot tles were brought into use and the captain with their to be projected through the conning tow er and shot Into the water with the hope of reaching the surface and giv ing information regarding those He was shot but his head struck a beam and he was instantly Another officer volunteered and was fortunate enough to reach the surface and give information about the condition of the others Res cuers inserted through a wat er flap a flexible through which food and chocolates were The men asked by means of Morse signals for playing cards to beguile the tedious time of as one of them Long wires were put around the vessel nnd air bottles used to blow ont the water which en abled the vessel to drive upward with high speed until her bow was well above the water in a perpendicular Immediately a big hole was made in her by acetelyne burners and the men brought out and conveyed to a hos They had been below 24hours when VCaptain Goodhart made his ill fated Attempt and altogether the party was down 57 hours before being Capt Goodhart was posthumously awarded the Victoria 10 in terallted conference at Iuria to deal with peace preliminaries will open on according to the Echo de The sessions of this It Is thought will end about when the preliminary sessions of the peace conference will with tjio admittance of the German The probability that the conference Vnay finish Its labors die end rf April or at the beginning of May is In according to this It is the newspaper that the French envoys will be select ed from among the members ot the who will be assisted by eminent technical account of hostilities having ceased in our work is practically completed nnd in the near future the majority of the staff will be Is a statement made by the imperial mu nitions board in a circular letter sent to merchants and of fice managers of asking them to give employment to exmembers of the boards In order to help the staff secure the board has established an employment who Is getting in touch with business men of the capital and other The staff about to be it is pointed includes mechanics of all civil and electrical engi neers and as well as a her of The operations j of the board in connection with both British and American contracts will be terminated within the next fort GROCERIES OF THE BEST QUALITY DELIVERED AT THE FOLLOWING Nice Large per 60o Mixod par 50c per 20c Bar 2 25a Oold iar each I5c per I5c Freth 260 GoldBar Sliced per 35o iyrup haa We sell at the old per por We per each 25c Large per 20c per tin Almond per Ginger Wine per large Fresh Apple per quart 25c We hove as a special an extra fine lot of Jonathan Apples per box Other Varieties a fine per box Jap just at low est DONALDSONS PHONE 1150 801 NINTH AVE CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE 819978 I Knightp of Columbus have completed plans for enlarging their work in with army abroad and In Can during the demobilization and have also volunteered to cooper ate with the reconstruction department of the government in every way poss At a meeting held recently the Canadian directorate of the army in Canada mapped out special plans for rendering assistance to the returning A commission will be ap pointed shortly to oversee the work I which the Knights of Columbus have decided to undertake in Plans also have been madr for assisting at the ports of debarkation and also for providing fully equipped army huts In Siberia and generally looking after j the comfort ot the boys Iri the Siber ian The board of which has charge of the work in ia com i posed as follows Victoria Canon Ottawa i Edmonton Sas katoon TROOPSHIP is one year today since the great Halifax ex In the course of a statement in behalf of the Halifax relief com Chairman Rogers says With the assistance of capable and well organized staffs the committee has faithfully endeavored to the best of their amidst difficulties at i some times almost to I grapple with the many problems in i sistently demanding attention from lav to day and that they will continue their efforts and as in the past the greatest consideration for the suf ferers so long as may be necessary to meet in every reasonable manner the distressful conditions about by the GOOD RECORD nun I clred and two oceangoing steamships of gross tons were built by American shipyards during Novem the bureau of navigation an nounced In addition 63 smaller vessels of gross tons were constructed during the same Our AT COST SALE Offers Women and Boys One More BOYS SUITS OVERCOATS A fine big new stock that mutt be unloaded At Cost Saturday Also our entire range of well known Queen Quality Suits and Coats At Cott Absolutely the Last Day i TH AELL TWO STORES 315 STH STREET RHONE 1817 608 THIRD AVE PHONE 1160 there to continue their There is no except that reform which is brought about by religion in the Chief Girvin strongly urged fathers to keep their and mothers to keep their daughters from evil by close In that way he said the boys would grow up to be straightforward young He also urged that they be encouraged to join the and the Boy In my mail of about 200 letters a I get about 50 from people com plaining about the morals of their It Is an easy thing for woman who has had a quarrel to make charges of immorality against her These charges are usually v It is almost impossible to convict a saloonkeeper for selling liquor ont of That is because the average I jury is made up of people in moderate circumstances who cannot see why aristocratic clubs should be permit ted to serve liquor at all and the saloon which they regard as the workingmans club forbidden to serve On the first of last con tinued the there were In town many cabarets where half dressed wo men were permitted to am ong the seated at Thla lias all been There are hundreds of gambling games going on tonight In Buffalo that the police are powerless to Illegal gambling exists only when there is a is where all do not have an equal chance to The gaming instinct exists in almost nnd I thereare hundreds ot poker games and gamb ling games where club women com ECONOMIC COMMISSION NEW auth orities hero announced today they had been unable to got in touch by wireless with the 1nited States Steam ship Comfort since yesterday after The hist wireless message re ceived from the which is re turning from Europe with American wounded reported she was de layed by a heavy was not in it is believed by the mili tary authorities that the Comforts wireless may have been out of commission by the The is overdue four but army onlc ers Hay that other incoming vessels have been similarly delayed by the stormy conditions known to be pre vailing at ATLANTIC organized busineaa men of the United through the reconstruction congress of war service today decided to send a commission to Europe to be available to the American peace delegation in the event that they need assistance In work ing out of economic problems that might enter into the peace BUFFALOWE CHIEF IN PUITO He Declares White Slavery is Usually Voluntary Urges Parents to Protect Their Children DISSOLVED BY POLICE meeting in Munich today of the newly constitut ed council tif mental un der the presidency of Professor Bren was dissolved by the assisted by armed The sec retary of the council was arrested on a charge of working against the peo ples Oilier members were not but tlieir pupora j were of Police Girvin preached at the of the Cove nant Sunday He among other thin true which most speakers and writers on the so cial evil appear never to have learned 30 years of experience in the po lice department haa taught me that n the socalled white slave evil the slavery is entirely The av erage white slave would not exchange places with the average respectable He added I do not know where the unfortunates BO who are driven out of Pos sibly they KO to inland cities where arc qiuiriured in large nuiu With a bigger assortment of presents than He is making our store his head quarters this In his assortment of goods you will find Mechanical Picture in endless Edisoit and Columbia Manicure Water mans Fountain Willards Forkdipt AT STANDARD PRICES Popular Reprints at Our bookshelves are well stocked with for every popular THE KENNY ALLIN Next Dallas Hotel PENSLAR STORE PHONE 1487 ;