Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
FT" Till-; l DA'I.LV H15UALD SATURDAY. DECEM.HEn 7, .ttbe tctbbribfle, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY' .and THE LtTHBRIDQE HERALD PRINT' ING COMPANY, LIMITED SZreth South, L.thbrWs. W. A. luchanan and Managing Director Jobn Torranca BuslnMS Manager TELEPHONES Buslrliat Office Editorial Offlco 1224 Dally; 'aellrered, per weefc.......16 Dally, delivered, par TUT ......176' Dally, .bj null, par Wbeily, by mail, per year......Jl.EO Weekly, by mall f eryoar to ieek DbllgiUoui. Tho eBiarles ot-'lllC'should he undo as cbe'tp HB pnfslblo so that ibo cost ot living throuEhout thecountry would The Freo Press in diicuas- Ing lha recently published (armors' pklform, expresses very largely our 01 (he tarltr lu two or three paragraphs which vrc quote: An Historic Occasion (Ixnidou Times, Nov. Tots Is uo lluiti for uld the Prliuo Minister, In a volca broken wills emotion, aliei lie had ra'ad the Tlie reduction o[ the tnrllr, regard- (onus o( the armistice 10 Ibo Housi etl as au Instrument for tho protec- of Commons today. "Our burls are lion of Canadian manufacturing In- too full at gratitude, to whlcii Po ilustry, anil the proiuni acccpiaiu'a of j tongue can give e-jraisloo." sianilnl offer of !lio I'nlted Stales j And the House slrelgMiviy proceeded of reciprocal trejtmeut o. Ibo.articles j to St. Margaret's Church lo glve-huni- specified in tha iinrillded agreement Me and imemH thinks lu Aluiljhlj noJ. In tl'-s -war so became Ihe of Commons as !is demeaui-r ou lLo day ot assured triumph. Tbero was r.o note cf exultation In the cheers lhat welled up from thn great heart of 1911, aro prscllcal necessities for tbe West. Equally necessary IE the l placing on the free lie: of farm menls and machinery, fertilizers, building materialb and the raw mater- ials and njAChtticry cf manufacture. DaJes at ol 'subscriptions ap- ir-dally on address label. Accept- M cf papers after expiration date ll coaUnua the eerlplloo. sub- 00 TO THE POLLS AND, MONDAY Tliere" Is no doubt lo tbe result 01 nrhool noiid election on Mon- day provided clUiens 50 to tho their choice. If eiery fin, tbe city were, polled tbere >rould be an overwhelming majority If the farmer Is to continue) of the assembly. Tbero >.vns Ihe joy to compete In tie of the ot thanksgiving, and wjll) II an over- world under Ihe mastering sense of CQTnpnsslcn which prevail ft few years hence the lessen- i made tbe sitting almost-a solgum act Ing of bis costs ot production and llv- of consecration, -ll-wea eloquent ol i Ing ii Imperative, ll is Mill to the iho spirit of the new time, that the1 future prosperity of tiia wuole Do- i rlausa lu tlie araiisllce wJileh-drew tho deepest and most cheer- j tha House was not any, even the of most eti-lngcut, for Iho eiscilor. of errltorlal and material sifegilirds, cil, (o worliJiu liberly (or llie.cfp- Ihe tp Iheni'lhat 'arp bo'upd." "Thfy raise Dp tormor dosolatlrm; they thill repair tho wasto cltlei." At- tor Invjlui'straps of tlio Ta Ueuni had died tftj the Prlmalo Eave Bentdlillou, 'iiirt'iho service enijed with the stcglug of tho National Au- tbani. The Commons wnje feiteil (L-gelher In eoulh aisle, Mr. Uoyil Gooree, Mr. Imlfpur, Mr. Donur )JW, Mr. Whit- ley, the Speaker, and Mr, Ae- qullb occupying the foremost pew. The were In iho north ilsle, paused out. of the church Mril, >ud the Commoni alowly As the Commons proceeded from tho brlthlly- llghtnd cjiftcc luto the (loom of i darkonlnj diy, they piEsed the ilni- ple HolL ol Honor which they.iid placed In chiireli lo memory of Ihelr herplc dead. So their lait tbo'iights on this memorable day were as their first, the saddest of all mem- ories merjlne into the glory of the tiallle woo.' If development, not only of the i cultural resources of Canada, but its other vagi natuiBi resources. In- cluding fU potential manufactures, vls but iliat wlikh provided for Im- repatriation of all Allied pri- soners ot war. to be successful, and 11 the thousands of fioMtere- and Immlgrlinls eilcourag- ed and assisted to become agricultural Tlie Hojiss.had grave buslne.sfi set UU'ara not to bo exploited and even-; for its decision, no lees Vote lually driven back impoverished luto "i Credit for hundreds of millions ster- tha (ownB, the protection hitherto os-' but It Insllncllvoly put thjs and leniecj to Ihe Canadian every-othsr routine, question on one niust be reduced. He, In common witlrl side. No sooner had prayers been his competitors aad bis fellow-work-j said than Iba Prime Minister.entered ers on Ha farm. DIUSC face the nev'llio Chamber. fnslantly Ihe whole conditions, gather ils wits together i House wr.a on Its and the' cheer- and conquerf bj- his energy and aJap- 'ng wllh wblcti llr. LloyiJ George was lability to chancing circumstances, the 1 greeted at. He proudest monieht of vast opportunities which lie before his career was a Irlbule of a WniS rare- him. The Canadian manufacturing] ly beard within the walls of ?t. Stepb- Intereats can no longer hope to pur-Jen's. Mr. Asqulth. Anil the "ei-MInla- chase their prosperity with the fruits! iers who sal wllh him on the Front o( Canadian agricultural industry.. Bench opposite Joined cordially [n this iey must moderate Ihelr spontaneous outburst, and llr. Scott, and Hojg, aiuLU-iests TvlUi the people of Leth- IP to It that indifference is uot allowed to bring about any other The. qrteatlon of education Is goiiiK [accept a modified measure of protec-' George's present colleagues acclaimed 1 tioa ani) show Ha jpirit from which. Ilielr chief with all iho fervor of per- British commercial supremacy and sons! arcecllon. Impertjl.expansion have sprung. The Parliamentary 'stage was set Tba farmers' platform is too com-J in the manner of a great occasion. The prehena'ive to dlacuEs lo detail, Dnt r HOUEC.WSS crowded in every p'ari, and Ils planVs form a practicable- and i tho acknowledged leaders of opinion, practical policy. The necessity for! were all In their places.. Tia war nole compromise apd.-for the application of] was maintained PS" the-attendance of sbslracLprinciples with duo regard'for. many members In khaki.- Ther'e was present'eisefllqncy has been recog- a largo including stamps the new j the Archbishop of Canlerrmry: and E to- at the utmusl impornnco dur- Uo nut few yearc. The wlr his that much more can be accom- plisbed b Ihe Gcbols In Ihe way of cillierishlp 'than hai Weft taught In-.ths. past. Ijetihridge lo nehlnd In this naw.-riioTamentvwhlch1 IE bound to and therefore--we must elect poIIcy-.aV'one-.whlch can be acted up-' Lord Fisher, over the clock, but by au ;o dlrtct-.Utt education al Ufalrs wnich-is chauce tbe Gallery be- tt irhbare-tjmpathetlc.wilh'.posed to which may. here-ililnd Uiem was completely deserted.-, Receplioh of the The Prime Minister 'Was-'heartily cheered again on'rising-to read tne be ex- -jls.' mandate -from the n end which irlll.be ba, boud dunns the neit coii- ple.-ot'yiars" aid the -people will do who ann v whole oommnn- fo'i'o Ho: iSi and ttere will IK no doubt of tht (From -Hijr Own Orrfrsoondent1 Dec. Hugh Campbell, son of W. M. Campbell, K.C., of Macluod, arrived home from IDS war lula morning on Ihe early Iraln. Ills father met him at Modi cine HaL Hughto, as he Is .know: at home'. Joined Ilie 13lh when It waa first farmed, and was with them unit" Ihey arrived .In Bnglind, when hi transferred tg the and with which noblo body 'ha has been all through the war> and of which he Is still an .officer. He was with them when they .were, infantry, and fought lita way through all the virl it In eereral of Ihe big events led le men 'successfully through titem here were aome limes when only a ew of his" men answered the roll cal fter the battle was over, but Lhroueh all io 'came. With Iho "Ei cptlon of a few wounds, now healei p, he is In Hne form, and dclightei o be home in ,Maclcod. Corp. Roy Baber has rBcorercd sul clently frorp.'hfs wounds to arriT ome Vv'edne'sday 'night. was B mployee of Uie C. P. R., and will re urn to (helr'ernploy as soon, as li E discharged, and ready' for work. J. Thornton aad A. Caldsrnund ar lyed'on.the Bame train, and all thus oye are happy'lo be homa aialn. Officer W.' Shea arrived on Tnra ay and'w-lll reVoaln In Macleou'fo ome ffmfl, till family refidine her ow. r Influence :H the coall- lell 0[ whlcn jfound elsewheM. tlos-ioiernmeDt is to he mamtainea, was plowed with If Canada is .to go forward as. a" nation animateo by "a commoa 'desire for d prpsperily, tbo.opinions of Dre5S (l must' be -respected and clauses" ;to HBUTB TO ,A cnafii! epidemic reasonable and wlilch '-Western farmers rely for datelovment of their ''oppor- .be created If this Do- niinio_a-Js to peet Its and aUaijy prosperity. Jlecognlzlnff Ibis stable elenjenls through- out- lie'' Difmlnltm will Erasp the cm- Im'parUhca: St .readjiistinr their L 'foflnesia than the rs'urslDg- Uila iDflllution ac- gc-cd In the efforts during itie epidemic been liothfnx .iBhort'fcf'-neroic-- :-Tna miralas ..tla Sifecdmi of Miss Tilley, Viight >id day, la attendance' afek. -The -.Tojiintary ln( of 60, together with the Tegu- Ur -HimB ,c-t-tne mhsioni; made na i jni tbm tOO' Tlslls duriSK tba mouth of XpvcBber', than-100 pa- tlenli w-ire glrea 'trt'altnttit sbsolute i.ly TTJibont cbane.-' l' haj beetf most (orlunate Encfc-fcn. instltullon. One hAE'bnly to read'Uie annual reports tba Hnald to realize Jnil "Talajible. vork Is being done the BMdy families In the city. lutltitln and its staff Ira to the city doc- ton aat to .the medical health officer tha epidemic developed, with that many caiee received 'ttfeeition which it been olkcnriM Imposilble lo give. In this 'way It believed that mtay llraa ideas to the nerr candlllons which Uie not created, but vastly by the House, whiihT repeatedly IB- torrupted the Prime Minister jlo ex- grallllcatlon with particular Tho first outward sion of cniotlon nouncament of the. ihcluston'Tof- Al- Bace-Lprraine among "tho': Invaded countries'' which were lo Imrp-J: ately evacuated. Tife renewed when the Prime' came to tie condition tion of Ihe countries od Ibe 1 of Ihe Rhine and the' garrlipBlng: of Its principal crossings.' Some1 ol the clauses relating to the easleni tron .nd Increaae, bringing wealth, comfaftand tie woole i o He last, and iona-irere .unmlstat nlrr thereby. GerniioT cannot brsafc away Irom Its obllpttlons ly brcakiD? up. The Rogers bombshell in the Union- ist camp. The .Hamilton Herald char- acterizes as a dub shell. Admiral Beatty calls lie German navy beasts. For Instance, a that went Into iU hole and remained both tummer and winter. THE JBF When tariff revision downward is the antli Immediately pro- rest 'that Ibe reconstruction' -period the war, ii not Uie moment to mcdtjlt with Urilfs, but Lbase an ever of mlnd_. Eeyer iras i lime trhen In their Ja tarlfla ahonld.be reduced, whe- ther after or before a war. That ele- ment need not be heeded; it is a i Then we have lha prononnc- no tariff whatever, illreot nnd nothing else. Thai well and In theory r but what about practice? Can raiui'i deist has Jumped lo huge figures; i hwrely Increxedirevenne Is reqnlr cil yurly. Caji we meet it by lop- WT tU c5--cilitlng tariff rev aB4 resorfJnc to new tilok io; It would be loo a la Uii JiafW' medium? A ot the ttrttt on Ihe necessaries ot life and fK fToductive IrupIemenLs. lYoiluc help to .produci aad ticrcased trealtii helps' Tils la the season of the year when audldales lay (hey are "being urged1 run f.or office. With some, the urging IB mostly done b> themselves. Tne Pallman porters are offering to inbienbo to i fund lo enable the dl- eclor siajnl or the United Slates to retain ofllce, on the sal- ary of wh'lch', a year, ho finds .hat cannot properly support his 'amlly. 'vi'nal'a lha matter with Mr. ilcAdw UWcs a Job as a porter? asfca .ha ably showed Its co'nVlctlbn" that with them we had achieved quf lhifa''e_5serj "Thus nn th Prime Minister impressively declared "the cruftllest and rnpal 'terrible' wn that bas ever scourEed mankind." HI that alt wa'rs had com to an. end this faieful momlne, echoed by Mr. Asqnith B' ful heart. The statesman a the head of tho Britl'sh'Opvemrnen when Iho great struggle began7 rose lo express his .satisfaction wit lha fact that the armlsllc-6 hpd mad It impossible for tiic wap tq be sumed. Nothing more was said, and III House gratefully accepted -the_Prim Minister's- suggestion, that, all Ebon! Bl once proceed to SL Margaret's I give thanks for the deliverance of In world from ita great peril- A proce slon was formed, with toe Speaker at Its head, and the Prime Minister and Mr. Asquith immediately fallowing, Riid the Commons 'slowly filed" out through St. Stephen's across the crowded road Into the veneraolo edifice to whluh jliro'iign.'ceniiirfea It hej "repaired at great mdto'enta In the nation's history. The House' of Lords followed-in procession, wjth the Lord Ontario to put the ban on a certain.class ot moving pictures be- cause'Canada and Its soldiers aro very IN ASSING' FOB THE BrJBY MAN 'ANY STYLE-ANY SIZE MASONS R1SCH 'PIANO, WILL MAKE THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT. One Mason tf. Risch Piano is jusl like in the satisfaction it will way it will the comfort, pride, and clieer to the home. There are many styles of Mason 6c Risch Pianos Upright and many sizes; but just one.predominent Quality. MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK, FIFTH STREET, LETHBRIDQ6 inentj.yS IT... Infantry, Mani- toba regiment. have been tfti (a "fhei Ml'llLarj-'fSij'rgt." A. J. Ri Duncan, C J.A.; G. Sanderson, F, Swahrf; SergL 'C.' G. Fletcher, Dec. are-iwarded a Sergt H A- j Barlow, Alberta regi-: Mitchell, Corp. W. Smith. Al'nerti reglcHBL' "H." P. McPbersoi, Sertt. L. (Srejnwood; H; Webb. J. Carrie, Lanee-Oarji. rt- SMjwiisn, Corp. Jaga, v f! An appeal Ij ent Iron! Chicago lo Si- women to turn to farm work. .Controller Joliri O'Neill- Vlll be candidate'for ciayor of'ToroDto.' N. S. Kenny vr'ai sleeted mayor' alnwrlght by a'cclamatlpii, Wfnnlpet city council iroa't ncreased fares on "tic'strefll railwa mill' the compa'ny produce evidence o prova that il Is necesEary. lira. John of the aclor, md berselt an actreis until her maj' riage, died at New Yorji. Harry Abey, of Kaslo, who was re.: ported mlgsfo? and believed killed 6a NTov. 5, has cabled his. parents, Mn and Jlrs. P. T. Ahey, Ibal he Is well and in England. At a meeting of the Calgary branch of the- Oreat War Veterans' Associa- tion, A. Haselden was unanimously elected president ot the association, and M. McArlhur vice president. S. G. Fetley was confirmed-in his appoint- ment as EE labor unions are UVinj a referendum on the desirability of al- lowing Ihe of S per cent. beer. Al- ready the brlcV-liyers, the carnenlefa and the C.P.H. nnd CXN.R. machlnllii nnlons have signified by vole their wish that beer selling be made legal. Major n. P. Partinson, D.S.O., L.A.B., Mut. Director apncarcd ol last evening, Ucslfey church and I liall have been thoroughly fumlKal- ed-'aniltt'ill oc rcfldr (or'scrrlces to- morrow. Services: 11 n.rt.I Morning Worship: Tho pastor wlH.'proach. Sacrament at Iho cloao Dlble School. A'brlcf tlrega by Mr. Cragg or 7.30 Worship: The Hev. W. J. SI. CragE, n.A.. D.ir, who has eponi'tCTcn'years In will proarh'. Special music at the OTCalng servlce- THE -cmiRCTH OF NORTH LETHBRIpqE Rav. E. J. i-A, 1271 Mti Ave. N. Phone Choir Leader, Mrj. F. Jaekaon. 10 a.m.. Boja' ot fia I, B.' In Lho hall. 11 a.m.: Momlnff- Sarrlce. 2.00 p.m.: Bcgrnnerp jBfl rriawry partmcnts o( tba 3. S. meet IK tho Church Hall., .j 2.00 p.m.: Girls' Doparlment ot the S. meet In tlie charch. 3.15 p.m.: Adult "Dtjarimeni at tho S. 3. In the church. 7.30: Evening Senrioo. Tlev. Dr. ForpiBon, supt. ot mUslonl In lhcrLa (or tbe Presbyterian churck lll prr.ich tBorolpc .and Sacrament at Voft ARMY Adj. ar.d Hamilton, officers In charge. SnMzr, ll a.m.. S and 7.33 p.m. Sunday School, 2'p.m. Mcndar, Thursday, K.il.nrdriy. S pro. p.m.. Corn Cadcls. PENTECOSTAL A88EKK1LY 205 ThTrtHrHh r Rev. C. M. Htvi, Pater Rts. 294 7th Avt. A, S. Cc-rvlcea Sunday IL a.m. and 7-30 p.m. NORTH HALL GO9PEL .nlc1 5lh ATC. N. DanllsL Church) 2 p.m.. Home Speaker: John Hac, 70T lilh Siindasr School S-i p.m.' S Ufo Saving Scours anil ftp ft Mi! Sunday Ktenlnff. Tlit "Bahi in Virloui Services.- A.Htariy Welcomt-tft Air.