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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER cltinn bo Riven the opportunity to take advantage of the Dominion govern ments housing according to Vreinlnr who has jutft re turnod from trip They will bo notified shortly that funds will bo tinder thn of Iho federal and will he asked to state the If that each of the desires for the purposeof erecting worklngrnens Thn share which this province will be entitled to draw from the Uo ininlon treasury will bn somewhere In ho vicinity of A total of has been aside for tho new national housing to be divided among the provinces on a banls of and Albertas pro portion will provide for some R30 houses of a of Steps will bo taken to ascertain haw mtny of these houses Will WMttin1 To ftluiM Stewart says that tho provln rial government had already given some attention to tho question of better Inspection and control of peopleH particularly In some of tho mining and the na tional scheme would now fit In with ItB far an the Information to hand would It not known yet what response to tho offer will likely bo mado by Edmonton and but the Intention Is to work out the plan In such a way an to pre vent the development df nluni con ditions In downtown Tho money to como Crom Ottawa PAGK SKVKN Wesley church opened yesterday morning after having been for govon weeks on of the Influ eiiita and one week longer on account of the RR a An unusually largo attendance was and tho attended com munion service In If not In thn history ot the was will We for the MHO of the larger cen w professor I VV v tres where there are Indtmtrial n Vnlon and the houses to he hrotner of the was built are Io be of u class suitable for tho average worklngmahs Is probable that In Alberta auch Im portant mining communities as Drum liellcr will be Included with the Citlea Muat The premier points out that the ul and the In the which also a very largo congregation was he epoke on tho show Ing their intellectual develop and with U tUetr great need of Cragg told of the interest that Japan holds for Its A Nations Safety depends upon more than wealth or the power of its mighty It rests in its robust children and in its vigorous SCOTTS EMULSION an ideal constructive brings to the system elements easily assimilated and imparts strength and pro motes normal Scoltt Emtltton bmUi op muak and fortififi the Scott British He predicted lhat the third great nation at the peace would bo represent lUlclDnt t n i tlmate responslbJllty for tlio loans will lmportant piaco with the and on thn The money u k in protecting the whores of is to be advanced from the federal ap proprlatlon on application from the but tlie latter will act mere ly as a central body in behalf the of Mr Cragg i Tho loans will cover thal was greatest na a period of twenty or thirty Uon in Uie east on RCCOUnt of Its Houses to be built under the schemto ponncally organized form of govern will prohably be In conformity with ment jis efficient array and navy ser certain approved and while in Ug organization to the east Stewart spent some time meet tne ncedB of tne modern In looking Into tho housing schemes nml Jta edueatlonal equipment to meet already under way iu Toronto and modevn Ninetyeight per ccnl Of tne children of Japan of As to tho results of the Ottawa con arn attending whllw ferenco on natural resources and other como from the other eastern matters of interest to the the to iearn Japan IB the premier says the information that has strategic and loading nation of the already been givon out through the great oriental Yet In spite press is as full and as accurate as ia ot Mr Cragg told how badly Christianity is needed there how u Quickly Relieved By Fniitatives ID I suffered for many years with ttrriblt Indigfst i n i in I n I if n I in A neighbor advised to liy 1 did so to llm surprise of niy 1 lieyan to improve and ho advised to gf on with I consider that I own rny life to Fniitatives and 1 waul 1o say to those who suffer from Constipation or Headaches try Fraitatives and yon will trot GOIUNK for trial size At all dealers or sent postpaid by FruitatiTCi now Further advices from BELIEVE LOST IN BIG EXPLOSION Four Bodies Removed From Wreckage of Terrible Que bec Explosion j Ottawa in regard especially to the lare pQrcetltage of the people have 1 uuostlon of tho natural resources are i no and what a great oppor lour WONT DECREASE IT railway board in a judgment handed down to charred bodies recovered from the ruins and at least seven other employ ees Shawinigan Falls today Special music was rendered during anxious as to tlio exact extent of the A splendid anthem was casualties and damages caused by the most feelingly under the explosion which occurred from degenerating into weight on canned goods in oar lots i Sumner taking the tenor solo j after the declaration of j very Crawfords j building of the The weight was Increased from 30 to Out of the very i ducts on the outskirts of late Saturday night in an outlying Electric Pro 40 thousand pounds the recom mendation of the Canadian war HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay Is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest STEAMSHIP We have alarge Itst of sail ings for December and Restrictions on travel both ways have been Passports only Call on for any Informa tion you may HARRIS ROSSITER 1412 120 Fifth INFORMATION FORTUNE SEQUESTERED The entire fortunes ot former King Freder ick August of Saxony and bin Prince John hate been placed under sequestration by the new Saxon according to Swiss news The propertlM am estates of the former Saxon royal family have been confiscated provisionally while payment the civil Hit has been WRECK IN PRANCE An ex press train from Orleans last night crashed into and telescoped another train loaded with American material near 11 miles south west of thin Twelve bodies have been removed from the wreck and Other dead still remain in and the two solos by the male j composed of Claude Hughes and Alec were of a very high CLEMENCEAU MAY HEAD FRENCH DELEGATION the The explosion took place in a brick building whore pnissic acid Is manufactured and some 300 persons were working The plant works night and day shifts and the night was at work when the ac cident Fire broke out in the ruins immediately after tho fireman from Shawinigan Palis worked four The of Ilie nominations has failed to reduce ap prVrlably either the multiplicity of candidates nr the variety of labels which they have allarhed to themuel Tlie TinieR prophesies the poll iui will bn inncli heavier than many prnpbou unllc Following are candidates of anadi ian Sir Edward the well known Canadian stock Inniod unopposed In Went j Will rot limed unopposed In Woidwlch Douglas of Die J famous armament unopposed in Morrison for inorly aide to lie Karl of Mlnlo UK i Pfovernorgonornl of unoppos ed in Among those who will have to for their noats arc Norton j who has Henry Coalition and also Labor I man against him in Wands 9lr noted shipping in opposed in Liverpool by j Unionist and Labor Sir In is opposed by weak Labor Sir Hamar Liberal in is opposed by Unionist and Labor Sir Charles former lord mayor of well known in Mon Coalition is opposed by a Liberal for merly Canadian cavalry in by Labor Sir Harry j in by Labor i Grant In by Labor and a woman Percy a noted Canadian jour nalist and Coalition for Prome in is opposed by a Labor and National party j j Donald Coalition Union ist In is opposed by a Labor I Right Herbert former ia opposed by i Coalitionist and Labor Sonu Lahoriles Hav it is Only To Hcnefit Land Sharks TWO DEATHS OF TLU AT WARNER SiilMMnl IIP hl MlMHlili Two deaths oc mirrcd here on from illflll It the morning fto AihtMcr to ih1 ili bridge Northern irrigation pro jcct nn Die ground I will benefit nothing but land IK being cfrtain elenientii of or Inbor in lull this criticism is believed to have arisen from ii misunderstanding of the pro The northern will Js HI survtfyod irrigate Sihout and Kiirveys are now biiiiR made to ascertain how far Ihn imitation scheme be extcnd ed to brlnrc in more A i a mutter of praclically all of the land is proposed U lie ir is occupied by bona fido farrn who homesteaded or purchased the land years and worked to make homes for themselves in this None of them arc mav he termed und the irrigation will bring to them nn assurance of making their forms permanently suc cessful as well as being of great bene fit to and city imd liciii in Warner only couple ot I UK also ill from Hi1 siiimt TIii remains of tho lain Smith wr Kcompaniml oast will take death by bis Now On Saturday afternoon the occurred of John also from Tim family HTBS on a farm about six enst of The funeral Is being held In Warner The husband and a family of small children are left to The sympathy of tho whole community KOOS out to tho two families thus be reaved through the LEWIS OF BROOKLYN Tells How She WeH by Lydia hams Vegetable WANT APPROPRIATION the civic campaign the reconstruction policy of the Dominion government which occasionally conies up for dis cussion was definitely placed in the ceau may act as president French delegation to the peace confer It is reported that the of President Wilson as the head of the American delegation has led to this decision on the part of the French U is stated that he may hours before mastering the To limelight when a resolution was nn day searchers are going through the j animously passedone of thesemeet of from Among the dead are select as collaborators Andre whosT Identity debris to locate the missing ings last night asking that the Domin So far only two of the dead have been j ion government divide the appropria One man named Lacous1 lions for housing schemes between the married only 10 days was 1 different provinces upon a basis of discovered and the other is v youth 1 provincial A resolution will be sent Somebody is always taking the joy out of was the common expres aion hoard from the young fellows on sired yesterday when they receiv ed notice to pay their new school tax of This is the first time that many of them have been asked to coni tribute anything towards the upkeep I of the city but in of they will have the opportun ity of voting in school fen ants are objecting to paying the and of those tenants who are on the assessment roll as tenants will not have to pay the to get a the tax ia whether tlio person taxed wishes to vote or The school boards are optimistic that they will be able to collect the bulk of the FLOUR FOR AUSTRIA of Substance Loevenfeld announced today Germany hart delivered to Austria lately more than tons of one year f waa miserable from a which eauied a gen eral rundown con dition with head aches and pains in my My sister induced me to try Lydia Vuge table Com I found it helped me very i much and splendid tonic that I am recommend ing it to any woman wno baa aimilar ELSIE 90 Vernon Such conditions an mt fered from may be caused by a fall or a general weakened rundown condition of the and the most successful remedy to restore strength to mxuelta and time and bring about normal healthy proved to be tola famous root and herb Pinkhama Vegetable If you have disturbing symptoms yon do not understand write Lydia Pink ham Medicine The result their 40 years experience ia at your bead of the general sion for FrancoAmerican war mater been ial and high commissioner to the Un ited States general secretary to the ministry of foreign and Marshal the the Twentyfive persons were I French ministers of the navy and lab Four of the railroad cars were Georges Leygues and Coll smashed to j I THE MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA Comparative Statement of Assets and Liabilities as at October and October ASSETS October 1918 October 1917 Current Deposit in the Central Cold Dominion Notes of other Cheques on other Balances tine by other Bsnks in Balances duo by Banks snd banking correspondents in the United Balances due by Banks end banking correspondents elsewhere than inCsnsdasndthe United Kingdom Dominion and Provincial Government not exceeding market Railway and other and not exceeding market Canadian Municipal snd j and Colonial public securities other than Canadian Call Loans in Canada on Debertures and Stocks Call Loans elsewhere thnu in Current Loans and Discounts iu Canada less Rebate of Current Loans and Discounts elsewhere than ia Canada less Rebate of Liabilities of customers under letters of credit as per Real Estate other than bank Overdue estimated loss provided Bank at not more than less amount written Deposit with the Minister for the purpose of the Circulniion Other Assets not iiKlmUd in tlie LIABILITIES Notes of the Bank iu Circulation Deposits hearing Balances due to other banks in Ilalaiiccs due to Banks and banking correspondents in the United Kingdom and foreign Mills Acceptances under letters of credit Dividends declami and Liabilities not tl in I be Managing Central A BUSY 111 Robert Bor den in the last few days has seen the Duke of Connaught and also attended a meeting of the war when Premier of Marshal Premier Orlando and Foreign Minister Sonnlno of were Premier Borden also met Winthrop of who gave him an interesting account ot his experiences in both before and after the for Hall did not leave Ger many until Yesterday Sir Herbert met Premier Lloyd George and Right Walter Hume the colonial CANT GfT HOME to German sqldiers who formerly lived in are in waiting along the Swiss anxious to return to their The Swiss has made strict regulations regarding tha crossing of the frontier by these i i UNIQUE PARTY NEW YORK million New Yorkers and their guests are in vited today to attend a Block Party on the night of when the Am erican Red Cross will entertain along 50 blocks of Fifth which will be ablaze with light and festooned with Christmas Thn event will be part oE the campaign to enrol every American as a member of the CONGRESS OF JEWS Jews crowded Sheas Hippodrome last night at n mass meeting called by tho Toronto Jewish congress committee to lay the foundation of a Canadawide congress of Jews and to celebrate the allied A resolution was cur ried protesting against the Letnberg massacre of Jews by the LOANS TO ALLIES was nskod by Secretary today to authorize loans after tlio declaration of peace to governments which have been associated with the United States in the war to uid In feeding And reconstructing devastat ed Tho secretary estimiit od that about of war bonds already authorized would be available for this but loans cannot be continued after peace WUK proclaimed without specific legist live THE THE NEW OLD WAY WAY Three Outstanding and Impressive Reasons Clearly Pointing to the Superiority of the M let It playa with a me Sapphire which NEVER has to be and never injures the 2nd 3rd w pav othe Records at well tho The owner of the Pathephone can also play Columbia and Edison The Pathephone will reproduce them better than ANY other which are entirely different to the usual ugly phonograph Pathe Cabineta are beautiful pieces of true to the best Furniture ad ding a touch of distinction to ANY SON n jais There are many otlitr faints of sup eriority about the ike Patht Dealers listed below ex plain them to Frtres Phonograph Sales Toronto Montreal Office 1004 AW Blrlll Patht products can only be HUDSON BAY LETHBRIDGE ;