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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SI'' cSbe ,1 lipi ^riboe Iberalb DAILY AND WEEKLY* I- , pri�ter�>^�ml Put)llth|r� ^: THe'LttHlBRfDdlE HERALff PRIlH. ,^NQ COMPANY, LIMITED 323;eth �ttrMJf 9outb, Lethbrld^e W. A. iuohnnan Friifiideq^ and Mana{(lng Director Jolia^Tarranoe -  fiuitiiMa Manager. TELEPH0NB8 BUslitiu Offiea Edltiirial OfRco 1232 1224 Sub�orIptlon^R�te�: DiiJf', aellvered, per week...... .15 DaUf, delivered, >p8* year......�7.50 OaUli, .by mall, par year $6.00 WeeSly, by mall, per year......�l.BO Vl'iimy, by mail iler year to U.a.. �2.00 ito.m^|;^8hou1d be made ba^oli^p as ii^iSilble so that the cost of'llvlng throuBhout the country would be reduced^ " The Winnipeg Free Press in discuss-fnff the recently published farmers' platform, expresses very largely our views on the tariff in two or three paragraphs wlilch wc quote: THE LEraBnidaBaJ laA^IJLY HERAI-D. , An Histdnc Occasion (London Times, Nov, IS), "This Is no lime for words'," faJd the Prime Minister, in a voice Woken , with emotion, after he had r�ad the TJie reduction of Ihe tariff, regard- / terms of tlie armistice to the'tlouso ed as an Instrument for the protection of Canadian manufacturing industry, and the.proinpt acceptance of the standinf offer of tho United States of reciprocal treatment ol the^, articles specified ih tlie unratified agreement of 1911, are practical necessities for the West EquaUy necessary ts the placing on the free list of farm implements and machinery, fertilizers, building materials and the raw materials and machinerj- of manufacture. If the Canadian farmer is to continue of Commons today. "Our hearts are too full p( gratitude, to which no tongue can give adequate expreBaion." And the House straightway proceeded to St. Margaret's Church to gtye .humble and -reverent thanks to Alintghty God. J^otbing in tlio war so became the House of Commons as its demeanor ou the day of assured triumph. Tliere was no note of exultation in the cheers that welled up from the gi^eat heart of the assembly. There was the joy Dates of expiry ol subscriptions ap-far dally on address label. Accept-aaoe-of papers after expiration date if utOJuthorlty to conUrine the subscription. 00 TO THE POLLS Al^b .VOTE'MONDAY . T1J6?b' is no doubt as to'the result of ^he" scjiool hoard election oh ifton-day provided citizens go to the poUk ahjf-fe^lst*- their choice. If every s voW ' in., the city were polled there would b.e an overwhelming majority rifpflnon to themrthat hire bound." "Th^y shail raise fti>''th6~Tonnep degolatfrtn;* �iid the^ shall repair tho waste ottles." Atr ter thofglaai*�rai)�B'of the Te Deuni^ had dted a'jriy the Prlmsto gave wi BenedtdtlonV vand ' tne service ended with the singing of the National Ane Commbhs prcfoeeded from the brightly-lighted edifice into the gloom of a darkening diiiy, they passed the simple Roll of Honor whlcfi they, had plao.isd In tlie church to the memory of their heiplc dead. So their last thoughts on this memorable day were as their first, the saddest of all memories merging into the glory of the battle wo*.' ' SATURDAXDECEMBER 7,1918 the deepest and mostgustainqd cheer from the House was not any,- even the most stringent, for the exaction ot mlniop. If development, not only of the agri-onltural resources of Canada, but ot. _ . its other vast natu�l resources, in- i territorial ahd material- aafegiiards, eluding its potential manufactures, is i but that which provided for the im-to be successful, and if the thousands | mediate repatriation of all AUlp^ pri-bt soldiers, and immigrants encoucag-; soners of war. The Hoiisq...had grave busiii^ss set for its deblsion, no leas thafiia. Vote of Credit, for hundreds of milllohs stor- ed and assisted to become agricaltur-Ists sire mot to be exploited and eventually driven back impoverished into the towns, the protection hitherto ex- i ling, but it instinctively put tjds and landed to tho Canadian pianufactitrer.i every-other. toutiriBquestiVit-'on one niost'oe'Teduced. He, In common withj side. Nb �)on6r\ had pra'yeij^' been his competitors and his fellow-work-i said than the Prime'MinlBter,,entered ers on the fam^ must face the new'the. Chamberlif;;Instantly the ^ �vfrhole conditions, gather his wits together { House was on its feet, and the' 9heer-and conquer, hy his energy and adap-1 ing with which Mr. jiloyd Geqirge was tablUty to changing circumstances, the � greeted at. tho prou'desf moine'nt of vast opportunities which lie before him. The Canadian manufacturing interests can no longer hope to pur his career was a Irlbute of a kfhd rarely heard within the wall^ of SC'Stephen's. Mr. Asqiiith and the ''ex>Minia-, ^en Uvght in ,the,past.^ Lethbrldge J^^p^^^rS'fo/t^he aSVof abstrapt-prlnciples with due reg&xd for feips-^iiat want tq \&s_ behind In this '^liW.iiliovement^. which t Is bound to K^jj^ aki thbrefoto--we must elect chase their prosperity with the fruits; ters who sat yith him on the Front o( Canadian agricultural industry.; Bench opposite joined bpfdlally in this "Phey must moderate their demands, i spontaneous outburst,, and "J4)^-'ployfl accept a modified measure of protec-' George's present colleagiies acoI|BiImed lion and. show the spirit from which i their chief with all the;ffryqr of per- � ' sonal affection. The Parliamentary sta^e. ',wa's set in the manner of a great bcc|sio{ii The House was crowded in eveiy'part; and the acknowledged leaders q{{; opinion were-all lii their places. -.-The.war note was maintained Vy the-atteipidance of many members in toakl,- Thpre^^^w a large company of peer5,yitto)uding the Archbishop of; G4nter)>Ufyt.: and Lord Fisher, over the' olQpk, ^(jfeby an British oqnjmercia! supremacy and imperial, expansion have sprung. Th9 'farmers' platform is too comprehensive to discuss in detail. But Its planks form a practicable and The necessity for present'fjpi^rfl?n6y has been - recog-nixedpjalerepOgpltlon stampsthe new', ill-w.��.oM,�..i ,.pollc3f-*�*one'Which can be acted up- ... _ . sMUrSP directTuajwucauonai arrMra j.^ by. Wi:..gqta.rnment whidh-'ls dis- odd chance the Strangets'-Gallery he of'tlW^tty wha-ara-sympathetic^srtthcjo^ed to.Mopt'4t or which imiSy^^hore-'-----  ^--..^-i , 4lBriftirTnoTe*8in.~-' ;aft��lri,.'d�rlfe;.3ts.'mandate tlromr the 'uHiOT'^ttsrs-,�ir scJhool Vteat�m farmera. � ^er wapjs .oi �onooi | plans of recons^ractfoa and -lUon and docatfpnal j^^^ �>lnUon of theTtrtgt';problem8 iral.which vUl^be b%: arlaing from demphiUsatUniiand fu-board donng the next coii- :tur�^davelopment, toei WM.tern agrl- cultnral. Interest .mu^t n�cespa%y ex-ort3**pbW*ii?J! injrtuea^e, ..If jt^e coall-'.0�Sif-goweramenif^ 1^1 t -:ykar8' aiid the ~ people will do rj a: discussion which was prolonged *U night. The readbig of the terms,-the; actual text of which wlllbe toand els^whera, was followed with breathless: Interest by the House, which' repeatcidly la- HwSfs lis tti'goito-lhe poiiaiand, i aii4 there will be no doubt of tM', riuTE TO A OGBERyiNQINariTUT^Kr ^ Y^i*lyf BO Vther agMcy^ln the ^^^ntrlhnted: so'mvrch td"the auc-ceasbil eombattintr 'ot >fhe^; epidemic if tid( "iBflnenaa than tte Nursing Mis-. ^'ottT'^OvdinarUT, this loaUtuUon ac-f�omp|islies a^frjwtde�l?of good In the ao9^^)pi|fi.hut.itii efforts daring the [ ^ireceiit; 5�pldezBlo; iaTe been nothing |ghoft'-^-1ieroic.- = -The nursing staff, l;iuiiKljiyEi^^.?nrec(lon ol Miss Tilley, W��^j-�1�W and dajj,-in Jkttendanca' ' "^v^9B�j^. >^k. ^he yojuntary nnrs-ingftatt of 60, together with the regu-" 1 iai^iisjumi .lUitaedtln tha Herald to realize just i^tiftet^Taiaalile. work is behig done ^qioiig the neady famlUes In the city, inatltation and its staff wa^ im-- '^�i^i4taly available to the city doc-rvtarsjgpA to th� medicalhealtt^-officer V Iwheft the epidemic developed, with V^e^r^anlt that many caies received .{;|tfpyon which it would'have, been v jB^^se ImpoBiible to give. In t.'iis ; it'i� believed that many Uvm ,t||f|f�'-saved,  * 'ItHE,QUESTION jpf TARIFF -* Whan tariff revision downward ils , the antls immadlaljely pro-lit ithst the reeonstruotion' period [oUowIng the war, is not the moment iqed^le with tariffs, but these an-'tlf. .WOiiy: ever of that mind. (J-here JMf^fV �" � time when in their Judg-jlllt^ttltrlffi'should'be reduced, ^he-'^ersafter or before a war. That ele->^�nt :need not be heeded; It is antl ^fifw^J!-"' Then we have the prononnc-^itn!!^^tfiVW^' ^^^^^ Whatever, Mlrejjt'twatlon and nothing else. That | are a "s:well and in theory is accept-')>u^ what about practice? Can-ji^d^tit has Jumped to huge figures; rvincreased\revenue is requir-^'^.Ca^J-wsl Bieet it by lop. , sjprj^o^ ijj jnaV methods^ UlInk BoT It would be too fiTQV^ a' venture. What is the edium? A lowering of the I the necessaries of llfe*Sknd ,uct(re ImpleDdepts. Produc-emeitts help us to produce . .itarrupted the.Prlniie Minister ito ex- peiisa^and prps^ty, tfee ..ORlnipna of. gratification with .paAicular ,th^,taT�er�i >?npt be .respetted and ^j^^^gg. ^he first "ontvf�Vd:.ki)re3 .considered^by-the admmistraUon. The .-j reasonable, and essential conditions upon whicit tiie'Western farmers rely for thiji' development of thielr -oppor-tunitiejfr mnit be created if this Do-minip^lls to meet its obligations and attaiftyprosperity. Recognizing this basldfkct,'thd;sta'ble elementa throughout-ihenDotalirlofe will grasp the crucial; IrapiirUuica; dt readjusting- their ideas to the new conditions which the World-war has not created, but vastly ^^nf?n^??; rSt"^on>r.^ s^//n'; * the v^armeit cli?�r'tif all sion of emotion camOjWith^ the announcement of the InclusionJoiit Al-sace-l^rraine among '-the' - invaded conn tries" which wore to heVimmedl-ately evacuated. TM cheering, was renewed when the Prime jiilnister came to the oondlllonior'tho evacuation of the (Ktuntries oh'the left^bank of the Hhine and the garrisoning of its principal crossings. SpmlB^oJt the clauses relating  to the eaitB|n 'fron-: tiers of Germany alsd arouse'd'^ihtense fFrom �Our Own Cnrrftsoonaentv JMAOLEOD, .Dec. 6.-Lieut. Hugh Campbell, son, of W. M. Campbell K.C., of Maclebd, arrived home from the war this morning on the - early train. His father met him at |dedt cine Hat Hughie, as he is .known at home, jalii,9d the 13th when it was first formed, and was with them uptll they arrived .in England, when he transferred tp.. the Strathconas," arid with which noble body he has been all throug]i the. w^ary-and pt which he is still an.officer. He was with them whm.they were infantry, and fought his way through all the various battles pt the past four' yean, and in several of the big events led his men suooeasfully through them. There were some times when only a few of his^ men answered the roll call after the hattto was over, but thi |t all he came.. With the Exception of a few wounds, now healed up, he is In fine form, and delighted to h.e home in .Macleod. Corp. Roy Baker has recovered sufr tlcieritly ffom.hiB wounds to arrive home WedhesdAy night. He vaa ad employee of flie C. P. K., and will return to their einploy as aopn ail he is discharged^.,^nd ready for work. J. ^omton (utd A. Caldermarid ar^ rived on the a�mi train, and all thes* boys are. hapipjr^to be home again, Officer W/'^ea arrived oil TurS'-day and will' ntnain in Macleod 'tor {tome time, bla family residlnc hers now. -'^-'-ih � HGKED Uf IN FOR THE BkTBY MAN wHl'8.^fe^thelr prosperity-lji the promotion .d&^'th^'pradncing and consuming abilities of East and Wastalike, and thaE^ilo^Ostiy' upon whfoh, all. otheirs tfi'e treaties-of.Buktost'^aliiabB�^.est-Lit-' ovBk were to be ab'ahdqfiei|yr'"'-N6 less Welcome was the news�rt;ha|'-repara-tlon and restitutionV^w6' of 'oiii^.pran- comfoft'and oostftntment to the whole country thereby; Germany cannot break away from its QbUgationa by breaking up. The Rogers bombsUell in the Unionist camp, the Hamilton Herald characterizes a>s a dub shell. Admiral Beatty calls the German navy beastB. For instance, a boar that went Into its hole and remained both summer and winter. This Is .the,season of the year when candidates iay they are "being urged" to run lor office. With some, the urging Is mostly done by themselves. tihttUr depend Will obtain freedom tbl"'^ war alms, were lo be s^trpred in expand apd Increase, bringing wealth. Tlie naval qpnd^lpns-werejiept r. .  .? . .'to the last, and the lIpRse unmistak- ably showed its cqaT^ctlbn that .with them we had achieved pur^th,Ira[%8sen-tial purpQsor-aecurity.. ', "Thus has 'calmg.,'to an. enli"- the Prime Minister imjpre^sivery "tfeqljared, "the cruellest and ,mp5t,'ter.flSle' war that has ever Boourgqd'manjffnd," His devouVhope that'all ^arsMitt^ borne to an end this fateful' morning '^as echoed "br.itr. A9(ii;ith',.1?itH,''a' full heart, "rhe statesiii^n,-wh'p T was at the head of the Britl?ii 'M. Duric'an, CJ.A.; '4&4>?k.egiiiien^>Act^ Jng-Oorp. A. J Barlow, Alberta rpgl- -_'�_'__�� in^i:{t;.i5 H,;JSollii?�,.,.InfantJ3i,.Manlr Alberta reglmmt' "H,".iCkmnor.I^'P. �'"'^e follj&ingi'Ganadians hate h*en -' ' aMrd^ tiSavMiiftary .iStedal ugfeBSi^lhe!r,>vi8|iji�peMped): ;�asfi|fchejwari?i*�^^ ^''^ Se'rgt. 'a. i; Rosehljorry;'"'S'^gt, "iSi-Holmburg, W. G. Sanderson,, F, Swarin*- Seegt:"?i:'.&i Fie tbhSiv ^Sergt; V. Mitchell, Corp. W. Smith. S Woodr H, Webb. An appeal tB.ihelBg sent; out from Chicago to all^tJf-QMrbqitiii'tO'turn to farm work. ANGUGAM St. Cjrpi^n^ Church Bar. Iltn' treat and 8th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W. V. MeMlllcn, B.A� Rector , Celebration of Holy Communion at 11 o'clock Service. MMlM, 11 a.m. Sunday School and , 'gible^igjaaspB,3 p.rii. Baptism, 4,p.m. jBJvenlrig Song at 130 p.m.' st. auqustin's church Cpo 2ml Aye, |;n(i Bth Street South Rev. Canon J. E. Murrell-Wrlght, M.A., Rector. SpvyiceB: 8 a.m., 11 a.m., 7,30 p.m. Ehren Song, 7.30 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCB CHRISTIAN ScTeiJcE SOCIETY Hull Block. 7th Street S. - Sunday Service at 11 a.m. ' Sunday School convenes at the oloaa of the Sunday morning. aervlce. WMnesoay' CVen.lnfl. Teatlmoay meet . ing at 8 p.m. The reading room is open daiiy-ez. cept 3nndayB*and legal hoUdaya, from 8,to 5 p.ni. Here, the Bible and authorized Christian Science literature may be read, borrowed or purchaaed. The public la cord.lally Invited to attend the church sei-viqes, alajpi tb visit trie reading;.room," ' ! to MANY ,away. a ,810j'oW^if^^^ Bond Hor: BA^IST " FifBt Baptist Church Corner 9th Ave. and 3rd Ave. S. Bov,,F. W. Dafpo, B.A,, Pastor 11 a.rii,: Subject, "The Holy Spirit, Whft la It? What is its Work?" � ' . 12.10: 'Sunday School and Bible Class, 7.3Qp.nL: Subject, "Saved by Grace," Tho pastor will use a chart to illustrate his sermon. Song Service al 7.15. Come and sing �the old songs you lov^. Christian Church i Cor, 3rd Ave. and 8tK St. S\ �t'm ., Oliver L.,Curtis, Poatpr S12 Seventh Street South Phone 602 llunday. School and Bible School at 4p.80 a.m. � .^eyJ- D. O, CunnlBghami of. India, will preach bpth morning and ^venIrig. fl)^0. (hinningharii, 13" years in India, � sectptary of education lor central t Ipdla, � ohairmari of-committee on ., |iJvaqgliara ^ for cn.tr�.l India a,nd .;..;jnjepibW.' of government committer ,^^;�-Sft;>var wpr]t, iCrirlWiftjit-EnclgfLypr. M5, MJ-a- C, ft . .Farrow, leader. ""'Wesle>y'Church, Rev.^'Chas^ E. C^aaa> B. D., Pa�tor. liebidence 320 11th St S. ,, I Phones: ^arsiyhage 404, Church Study 408 Claud;o Hughes, L.A,B., Mus. Direetpr As" ap^parpd Ja' l^r,, DeYebej's' letter, ot last .evening, Wesley church and 'halli?ha;ve beeri th6roughly. fumlgat-ed,r^r*fill be;i'pa,dy for' servites -lo rnprro^. ' '' '. .^ .,,'1 \; Services: 11 a;iit'!:Morning Worship: The pastor will,'li)r^ach. Sacrament at the close dfSh'ojBejylce. IS.O'O'jnbqto. Bible School, A-brlef ad vdresjs.by Mr. Cragg of .Tapan, 7.30 Evening "Worship: The Rev. �W-%lM- Cragg, B.A., B.r),vw^oha8 sp^'yeven- years in Japan,*, will preacli!.! Speilal music at the evening 'aer\jIoei' � K : ' PRESBYTERIAN / Knox Cliarcli * Cerner 4th Ave. und Itli .Mreet Rev, Capt A. H.-;p�n�anf, l*�a^or Rev. VV. F. Burnir Aetlni faaten Regular service's morffiQ^ >,t 11 and evening at 7.80.  " � 10 a.m.: Boys Departmaat. ' 12.30 a.m. Big aiftUri'.BiWejpiapf,, 2.00 p.m.: Big brothers' Btbl^ Class, '2.W: Other Departmentr of Sunday School. . ' � p.m.: Chinese C)aaa> ^SALVATION ARMY In Adj. an* IVIre. Hamilton, officers i . . charge. Sunday;.!! a.ni;,,3,'iirid 7.30 p.m. Sunday-School, 2'p.m. - -, Mcndat... Thursday, Saturday, 8 p.m. Tiies"ffaJ'',~7.30 "p.m., Corp Cadota. " Wedn^fday, 2 p.m.. Home Leaci^e. - NORTH i;iStH99llpaE Rev. E. J. Hpdglnp, p.A, Plater 1271 5th Ave. H. Phpne ISM Choir Leader, Afr*. F. Jackupn. 10 a.m., Boys' pi�pt. Qt Vl* i. S- the hall. \ 11 a.m.: Momini^ Service. . 2.00 p.m.; Beginnei'ii anA frtmsrr D�- partments of thp;S. S, meet^ln the . Church Hall.^ x>; ;::'-".u.v, 2.00 p.m.: Olrls' Department of the S. S. meet in the church. 3.15 ttm.: Adult'D�}pwtmeTit Of tho S. S. In the chupoh. f ' ' 7.30: Evening Service, Rev. Dr. Ferguson, aupt,oJ,mW�lon� in Alberta for the Prei;|>yterlfin church , nyiii proHch mtiitntng. .�h4 evenlnc. Sacrament at bdtb:"1|6rvloW PENTlSqf^T^*!. PENTECOSTAJ^^BSEMBtV 205 Thirtaftttl; St. !t\, Rev. c. M. r^^ve, Paptp'r Res, 294 7th >Ye- A, % Swvlcea Sunday H a.m. 7'SO p.m. NORTH LETHBRiPOe QOSPEL HALL (Lattf 5th Ave, N, Baptist Church) Spfeakerl John .Rao, 7J)71'3th St. N. Sunday School S-f p,m, , ' - . Sunday Hvenlnff: 7 fln � * 749 ;