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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TMK MfmiDtJKn fAlLY flKIULD g ttbe ftoralfc DAILY AND WEEKLY ami PunllaMre tMt LltHMlMI HERALD P NO LIMITED Mh Itrest iuehsnsn President and Managing Director John Torranoe Business TCLIPMONBS Office 1252 Editorial Office 1224 Subscription Rates i per week lo meet onr national Tho oflife should cheip so that ho cost of living throughout the country would be reduced Tho Winnipeg FVro Tress in discuss ing the recently farmers expresses very largely our views on the tariff in two or three paragraphs which we quote An Historic Occasion Ixndon This no time for taM the Prime in a voice Woken with after he hnd read the Thp reduction of thp regard lermss of the armistice o the pd as an instrument for tho protec of Commons Our hctarts are tlon of Canadian manufacturing in too full ot to which no and the prompt acceptance of tongue can give adequate Uifl stnmlint offer of tho United States And tho House straightway proceeded of reciprocal treatment 01 tho articles to Margarets Church to giro hum specified ih the unrstlfied agreement I ble and reverent thanks to Almighty of arc practical necessities for the Kqunlly necessary IE tho Nothing in tho war so became the placing on the free list of farm imple House of Commons as Its demeanor on ments and of assured There wag buildingmaterials and the raw muter no note of exultation in the cheers ials and machinery of manufacture that welled up from tho great heart If the Canadian fanner is to continue to compete In the markets of the to proclaim liberty tor the cap opening ot the prism to them that are They shall raise ftp the former and they shall repair tho waste Af ter theflad of the Te Deum had died airly tht Primate gave tht and tne service ended with the staling or the National An The Commons wore seated together In the south Moyd nonar Whit the Deputy and As qnlth occupying tho foremost The who were in the north passed out ot church and the Commons alowly As the Commons proceeded from the brightly lighted edifice into the loom of a darkening they passed the sim ple Roll of Honor which they had placed In the church to the memory of their heroic So their last thoughts on this memorable day were ns their the saddest of all mem into the glory of the SATURDAY DECEMBER pet year par year worltl umler thp conditions which will mastering sense of compassion which j prevail a few years hence the lessen made the sitting almost a solemn act Ing of his costs of production and llv of Itwas eloquent of by per ing is It is vital to thp the spirit of the new that tho by per year to future prosperity of the whole clause in the armistice which drew j the deepest and most sustained cheer If not only of the ngrl from tho House was not even the cultural resources of but of most for the exaction of Its other vast natusjsl in territorial and material eluding its potential is but that which provided for the im to be and if the thousands mediate repatriation of all Allied pri of soldiers and immigrants encoucagr soners of ed and assisted to become agriciiltiir The House had grave business set lets are not to be exploited and even for its no less than a Vote i tually driven hack impoverished into of Credit for hundreds of millions ster Dsttm of expiry of subscriptions ap peardaily on address Accept ance of papers after expiration date is Authority to continue tho QO TO THE POLLS VOTE MONDAY sub fFrnmAnr Own Hugh son of is no doubt as to the result the protection hitherto ox but It instinctively put this and of arrived home from of the school hoard election oh tended to the Canadian manufacturer every other routine question one tne war this morning on the early day provided citizens go to tho polls and register their If every rote in the city were polled there Would be an overwhelming majority for Daf Idsoa and rests with the people of Leth must he in common with No sooner had prayers been his competitors and his fellowworksaid than the Prime Minister entered ers on the farrrt must face the new tho Instantly the whole His father met him at Medi cine as he is known at joined the 13th when It was gather his wits together House was on its and the cheerI rst and was with them until and by his energy and adap ng with which Lloyd George was tabllity to changing the greeted at the moment of vast opportunities which lie before his career was a tribute of a kind rare The Canadian manufacturing ly heard within the walls of Steph to see to it that indifference ia interests can no longer hope to pur Asquith and the exMiuia not allowed to bring about any other revolt prosperity with the fruits ters who sat with him on the Front of Canadian agricultural Bench opposite joined cordially In this they arrived in when he transferred to the and with which noble body he has been all through the wars and of which he is still an He was with them when they were and fought his way through all the rarl They must moderate their spontaneous and Mr Lloyd i OU8 of the past four question of education Is going accept a modified measure of protoc Georges present colleagues acclaimed nnd in several of the big events led to tile utmost importance tion and show the spirit from which their chief with all the fervor of per and sonal The Parliamentary stage wag set lat the next few The war has i tanght that much more can be acoom plished la the schols in the way ot j prehensive to diacuss in detail commercial supremacy expansion have his men successfully through There were some times when only a few of his men answered the roll call platform is too com in the manner of a great The I ater tne battle was but throjph But House was crowded in every and With the tSMhlng good eitisenshlp than has its planks form a practicable and the acknowledged leaders of opinion Men Uugat In the necessity for were all In their The war note idi not want to lar behind in and for the application of was maintained by the attendance of want to lag behind in this abstract principles with duo regard for many members in There was movement which is bound to present expediency has been racoga large company of Including therefore we must elect nixed i all he With the ception of a tew now healed he is in fine and delighted to be home in Roy Baker has recovered suf wounds rtva stamps the new tho Archbishop of Canterbury and I home Wednesday He was an direct the educational affairs me which can acted up Lord over the but by an of the and will re v a w j ji in whn with after derive its mandate from othermatters of school Western f in of reconstruction gpygrnment which is dis odd chance the StrangersGallery be to adopt it or which may here hind them was completely the Reception of the Terms The Prime Minister was heartily In general which will be bs fon the board dunng the next cou ple ot years and the people will do Atacred who arising from demobilization and fu development the Western agri terms of the he ex had been signed after a dis of the whole oommun HeraWs last InjncMom to the ratepayers is to go to the polls and and there will be no doubt of ths flsult cultural interest must necessarily If the coall is to be if Canada is tc animated by and cussion which was prolonged all reading of the the actual was followed with breathless interest b tne which repeatedly la aesire ror terrupted the prime Minister to ex its gratification with particular turn to their employ as soon as he is and ready for Thornton and Caldermand ar rived on the same and ail these boys are happy to be home ANY SIZE MASON RISCH WILL MAKE THE IDEAL CHRISTMAS One Mason Risch Piano is just like in the satisfaction it will way it will the and cheer to the There are many styles of Mason Risch Pianos Upright and many sizes but just one predominent MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL FIFTH LETHBRIOQC Officer day and will ea arrived on Turf main in Macleod for some his family residing sion of emotion came with the au TO A DESERVING INSTITUTION BO other agency in the contributed so much to the suc cessful combatting ot the epidemic at tBfiaensa than the Nursing Mis aiott this institution ac in the considered the The reasonable and essential conditions upon which the Western farmers rely1 of the inclusion of Al for development of their the tunnies must be created if this Doi to be imroedi mlnion Is to meet Its obligations andately cheering was i TnriaTvor1 Tartan attain Recognizing this renewd h6n Prlme ecognzng s basic the stable elements throughC3me to the evacua out the Dominion will grasp the crui tlon of the on the left bank clal importance flf readlasting their i of the Rhine and the of ideas to the new conditions which the i its DrlncIPal Some of the worldwar has not but vastly i clauses relating to the eastern fron manufacturers will retiers Germany alaO aroused Intense 4 mn 1 1 ffn AH bu but during the j wiu gee their prosperity the promo the treaties of Bukarest and BrestLit recent epidemic have been nothing lion of the producing and consuming ovsk were to be less ishort M The nursing I abilities of East and West and welcome was the newa repara fllrection of Miss Tillev ithat upon which all others lon and two of our prim j finally depend will obtain freedom to arj war aimsWQre to be in j n reeom o night and in attendance expand and bringing wealth ful1 The tiaval conditions were kept comfort and contentment to the whole to tlle astl and the country The voluntary nurs ing atatt ot together with the regu i lar of the made no less than risits during the mouth of November andmore than 100 pa tients ware given treatment absolute i ly without UMhbridia has been most fortunate in having such an One has only to read the annual reports publishedto the Herald to realize just what Talnable work is being done the needy families in the went Into hole and remainad both the ract tliat the armistice had made unmistak ably showed its conviction that with thorn we had achieved our third essen tial Thus has came to an the Prime Minister impressively the cruellest and most terrible war His come Germany cannot break away from its obligations by breaking The Rogers bombshell in the Union 1st the Hamilton Herald charj to an this fateful morning acterlzes as a dub echoed by Asquith With a full The statesman wlio was at i the head of the British Government Admiral Beatty calls the German when the great struggle began now For a baar that rose to express his satisfaction with instltvtlon and Its staff ira summer and Mediately available to the city doc tors and to the medical health officer j the season of the year when the epidemic with candidates say they are being urged it impossible for the war to be re Nothing more was and the House gratefuHy accepted the Prime suggestion that all should j result that many cases received fcttantlon which it would have been otherwise impossible to n this way it4 it believed that many were THC QUESTION pf TARIff I Whan tariff revision downward Is the antls immediately pro test that the reconstruction period the It not the moment to meddle with but thase au were ever of that tjever was a time when in their judg Bt tariffs should be whe Ifcer after or before a That ale Inent need not bs heeded it It antl Then we have the pronounc no tariff direot taxation and nothing That well and in theory ia accept bu what about practice Can debt has jumped to huga figuren Itrgely increasedirevanue is requir ed Can meet it by lop Utt our existing tariff rev aad resorting to new Methods aont think so it would be too a What is the medium A lowering of the tariff ou the necessaries of life hnU jproductive Proiiuc help us to produce increased weatili us to run for With gome the at onf Tto Margarets to Lu ffivft tlinnks tnr the lnllvavanra nl tho of the LUC Ul CUU urging is mostly done by world from its great A proces DCKED 1ASSING IN FOR THE BUSY MAN MILITARY MEDAL following Controller John ONeill will be a candidate for mayor of Kenny was elected mayor of Wainwrlght by Winnipeg city council wont allow Increased fares on the street railway until the company produce evidence to prove that it is John wife of the and herself an actress until her mar died at New Harry of who was re ported missing and believed killed on has cabled his Mrr and that he Is well and in At a meeting of the Calgary branch of the Great War Veterans Associa Haselden was unanimously elected president of the and McArthur Petley was confirmed in big appoint ment as Winnipeg labor unions are taking i referendum on the desirability ot sl owing the sale of 5 par Al ready the the carpenters and the and machinists unions have signified by vote their wish that beer Helling be made Major dl rector of Canadian war records in Lon aion was with the Speaker at don formerly second in of roent S Mani toba the following Canadians hate been awarded the Milftary unless otherwise VActlng aresvwarded a bar to the Military Rosenberry Medal i Sanderson F Manitoba regiment Sergt J Alberta W Smith Alberta regiment Lance Tf R An appeal 1s being sent out from Chicago to all S women to turn to farm The Pullman porters are offering to ts lleail antl tho Prime Minister and subscribe to a fund to enable the dli MrJ H and the Commons slowly filed out rector general of the United States through StophHUs across the railroads to retain on the sali crowded road and into the venerable ary ot a he flnda ertlfc3 to wiliu1 through centuries it that he cannpt properly support his at ffrreat moments 1 Whats the matter with j in witlf Uie McAdoo taking a Job as a porter askH Chancellor at their Rain the 38th Royal Ottawa promoted to In vale he is managing director of the Ottawa Colonel Bishop ie relinauinh ANGLICAN 8t Cyprian Church lltri Ctrset and Canon Hector Celebration of Holy Communion at 11 oclock 11 Sunday School and Bible Classes 3 4 Evening Song at AUGUSTINS CHURCH 2nd and 8th Street South Canon Services 8 11 the Edmonton Ontario to put tho ban on a certain class of moving pictures he beginning to fall from a grey autumn It did not impair tho innate ImpresBiveness of the At Maroarets The service was simple and extra There ing his appointment as head of tho Even new Canadian Air and is un dertaking a years lecture tour in Can ada and tho United Bishops successor will bo Major Raymond Col who holds the order of the Flying Cross and Laura mother of the I late I j with those it was an hour of prayer and thanka other There Is certaini of humble rutiIlcation and ra ly good reason to Tlie roov From time f time the rise and fall of cheering or the MiKins of hftml would filter from a great UJIluance md can build tlio outer world into the only up national sentiment auU pride if tn fmpliaslzn the perfect harmony of anil and The ser i with the Hundredth Canon the rector of Mar together of the labor Carets and tin Commons men and the employers uoiiin benitiful of tijank ies need to be They properly The for victory and for the com fort of thy hien great jnuriigatiiiii juiiiicl iii Biuging O morn cooperation betwuen our hulp in uiiftn with a employer and the the hap oiitiuiism often heard out Tliero foiiow of the LeHBon from Arclibisliop of Canter liui with cs lnnn tie filut itljor i prophet j coinriiiun He JialJi mu to bind uj the Tae faot that Hiey upou a iomiiion policy is The pier will conditions ba in Canada As long as they can deal with oilj withput dence and BAJfTIST Baptist Church Corner 9th and 3rd Rsv Pastor 11 The Holy la It What is Work died at the age of 89 credited Sunday School and Bible by physicians and surgcona to having i Saved by contributed a chapter surgical history surviving an oper ation performed JO yearn when removed her stomach lo save her i i PAI Ut II HUI ONf HOW MANY IN fHt Tho away a the nearuit Bay la giving yictqry Bond for Tho pastor will use a chart to illus trate lilH Soup Service at Come and sing the old songs you Christian Church CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull 7th Strsst Sunday Service at 11 Sunday School convenes at the close of the Sunday morning Wedneiioay Testimony meet ing at 8 The reading room is open daily ex nept SundnyBand legal from 8 to 5 the Rlble and author ized Christian Science literature may be borrowed or The public la cordially Invited to at tend the church also to visit tha reading METHODIST Wesley Church nesiflonco 320 llth Phones Parsonage Church Study 408 Director AB apunarpd DeVoborg letter of last VVealey church iind ball have been thoroughly fumigat ed and vtill bo ready for services to PRESBYTERIAN Kitox Chnrck Cerner 4th Mh Capt Regular services morning at 11 and evening at 10 Boys Departaaat Big Slaters Bible Big Brothers Bible Other Departments of Sunday Chinese Services 3rd and 8th Oliver Pastor 12 Seventh Strsct South Phone 502 Sunday Hchooi Bible School at of will preach both morning and 13 years in secretary of education for central chairman o committee on for central India ami fnenifcer of committee on wnv U 11 Morning Worship The pastor wltj Sacramont at tho clone of Ihp Bible A brief ad tlreaB by Cragg of Kvoning Worship Tho who has spQnt sevnii yours in will Special initBic at the evening M SALVATION ARMY AdJ and Ml officers In II and Hnnrtay 2 8 pm Corp Cadntu 2 Home 8 Life Suylng Scouts and funrdu 1lu Citadof THB UNITBD CHURCH OP NORTH U5THBRIDGE Pastor 1271 Mh Phone Choir 10 Boys ot In the 11 Prfoary De partments of the meet IB tho Church Girls Department of the meet In the Adult Department of tho in the Evening ot In Alberta for the Presbyterian preach morning and Sacrament at both I Hearty Welcomste PENTECOSTAL PENTecoSTAlTAtaEimV 205 Thirteenth Psstcr 284 7th Services Sunday U antf NORTH LETHBRID01 G08PEL HALL Late Gth Baptist Church Speaker John 707 18th Sunday Hcliool 34 Huiuluy Subject in Various As pect ;