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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta J. f-.j THE>' EBTHBMDi&B;. DAILY HBRAtiDr^ mm ib!fi50e, aiDetta IPAILY ANP WKLY ' ' ?f i'^r^rlrtort and Pub�HI�r� !-r'^^^jrHi LETHBHIDOE HERALD PRINT. I >A COMPANY, LIMITED � 6th 8tre.t South, LethbrliJQe V i t ' � . W. A. Buch�n�n . FiwBidattt and Managing Director I^teTommce - � BUBlness Manager TELEPHONES Butlneac OfBee ................ ^252 .IB �ob)N;rIj�tIon Ratt*:, I3�lte>.drtlver�d, per Tveek,.... Daly, delivered, per year mtlTr'-by-TnaU, per year ymOrrM mall, Ber year -.-JJ-^O �Wfeekly by mail per year to U.S..$2.00 DSttea of expiry ot subscriptions ap-lj�liVa&1iy on address -latrel.' Acceptance of papers after expiration date U "autborlty to continue the sub-Bcriptipn. > 0ur DEVELOPMENTS IN .BRITISH ELECTIO'NS Ijord Northclif^ witli his powerful press was largely credited with placing Lloyd George at the head of the coalition government and now it ap pears that if^ Lloyd-tieorge should be defeated in this week's general elec-e Northclitfe press would be icttifi lb such a'result ' Lord Korth-a nainber ot newspapers. ^ene read th�t the Weekly '^Qcaililf and evening and weekly. Of A' tt^j^^j^MdJthei^Byenlng' News hav^ y!|^|9]^'.putoi)oken in condemnation, the! v^lii]y;i(aU has been critical and th^ : r!^{m^']i�8. asfcomed an atUtude .of ,coI/' :g}p|�^eM. The Dally Mail doesn't like .the composition of bis government. It ^fllMB-gea that he placed himself in . ;;;Hie*|M>wer of Bonar Law, a shrewd ^^tu^^i^-Scot and Sir George wbftn' Scotsman and Welshman meet Id diiousi ditticuU business, the par- THE NEW TAXATION. PROPOSALS It is not the Herald's intention to cany on a campaign Tagalnst the city council's new taxation proposals. The Herald recognizes as well as the mayor that the city needs a greater cash revenue than It la at present enjoying if Lethbrldge is to escape the misfortune which has overtaken Prince Albert. We recognize that the city has been fibanclng too much on arrears of taxes and that this /is not sound. � Nevertheless we would like to warn the council to more slowly in introducing new departures in taxation. There are three general proposals under consideration,, one to Impose an income tax, anotlter to increase the assessment on improvements, thus lightening the burden on the land, and the other is to increase the utility rates to makj a profit which will go to a general decrease In direct taxes. As for the latter. It Is generally recognized as a wrong principle in municipally owned utilities. Why should thosei ;iirho.,jilT9 jn the city and-h^lp hie community, pay the taxes -^vhlch should be paid by the absentee landholders-and landlords? That Is the argument against the proposal. But in Lelhbrldge's financial position It Js ndt'Sttrictly a matter o{ principle, especially as we have a street railway system which has been drawing from direct taxes for a number of years to pay the deficit. There can be no very great objection at this time It the council decides that tJie utilities should be lumped together and made to show a profit, that is, that the ele^ trie light and waterworks should Ve made to show a profit which will balance the Etreet railway deficit. Raising of utility rates to make any utility show, a profit is a debatable prao* tice, hut just now we are living in rather uAusnal times. , The proposal to increase the assessment^ on bulldiags to lighten the tax burden on land is likely to result in a great deal of criticism. Prop-ably the city too hastily adopted the single tax principle,/.^ut the council N BOW IW Six For Council-'Flu Epidemic Is Almost Stamped Out fFrom Our�.Own Corre�poi�l6Bl) BOW ISLAND, Dec. 7.-The election on Monday promises to be one of the most keenly contested ever held in Bow Island. For the three tacanniea on the town; council six prominent citizens havje been nominated. Considerable interest in the school election is also evidenced; The many friends of Mrs. frank Grund, who was recently removed to the Medicine Hat hospital,, will be sincerely glad to learn that she has sufficiently return home. Mrs. Cook has gone to Medicine Hat to spend the w^inter, � . � .'-RtONDAYt DECEMBER.0. im" ftTFOREMOSI ToupW, a Scottish Tory organizer, ,o,,io inTiddsthe M.fl: -W. submit should ^^^^^^'^l^^'^^^^^J^^^^l have Improved property here who miight not have done so had the build- flq,i^"�.a� is prSbabTe, but ~ . __� n., sessment load Bt the time they un- two SoQtomen Ucklo a Welshman the _ ^.^ ^.^ 31' ;/ ri^oHflB** �foregonA oonclaaioB,"' ^ 11^ in effect, �ays to �!il6yd 4iMrge:' '^Tou htve' made:'s bad ; r^arsidiklty wbicb, you are^lwund hand >>jtnd jCPot for. Tli'7Wi wlU rely on me I will get ^ Wft,^7Piur d^ jfV Fw �oaie time'^put minor organs i>JHf the NorttacUfte press have been - "�oqaettlns wlA-I�bor, and the Hail jlji rilhning dally a.Labor'news column, '^ai la a anperflcial aspect ot a de-( iytil^mmt vtilclThas tKrowh the poli-' tjoityT*�rW tntb turmoil/ Gu'eaaes as >to;^at>ia. going on below the surface jare.TarlouB."' Ono.'id t{i|^t�i>;W':nie Peace ^CiDBfttraaea; i. ^jippar(/,appwen^'.;-'Cijhtt tte iflliW^^^ Wception^f one ^ ^ioQ^li^yioiatifd, meaning .the'Chron-a''cl^tor,whl(^ 18,000,000 was paid by i6(!his personal supporters on the lsome,� �rrQok,-who.1t has been insinnat-?j^.,|taldB abaoIdte^coAtroI over Bonar :  jj^ii^;-^4B (Credited wKh' baring - brought iBJpnar Law and Lloyd George. togeth-'�,*'80 that the coalition that has ex-Sited under Lloyd Oeorge was made r ioBiawe. . ^ ;. It la known the Asqulth ifl^'l^^coiUstABiheTetma of the -fif^^^.j yaSlouB for�;ca8ts ati^ con-� ma'^idfoVmment from 40^ In: the Parliament of 670 T^e Natfonaijiats, und ^inn re?4Iri�d^ih�;Ul8ter'sektB .rt?|hV�3 is contemplated here. - It'is'a fax against which there Is muph �antipathy, and if It is going to keep population from coming to Lethbridge It should'be avoided. ' And.abore ail,-before any new taxes are imposed, the people of Lethbridge have a right to expect that.every ef-tort to collect taix arrears will he made. That la very important Hon, Thoa. W. Crothera reports Cali-fomla Uvlng as high as In Ottawa. This win offer an excuse to some people to remain away from the sunny south this winUr.r ' The' Ottawa Journal-Press thinks that If Hon. Robert Rogers would come right out and ^aay he wantod a Tetum to the patronage system .he would have a crowd of followers a^ once. No attention should he. paid to the whining of hypocritical Hun dastards like Scheldemann, ErZberger and others, says the St. Thomas 'Times. Certainly not, or the Times would run out ot a proper supply ot expletives. All,British labor leaders are not ttustful of the new government at Berlin. J. Sexton ot the Dockers, Liverpool, at a recent Trades Congress meeting'in London declared: ."r have no more confidence In the men who are now controlling the goy-ernment of Germany than I had in the Kaiser'himself. (Cries of''6h!") There is something auspicious about the whole matter when Hlndenburg masquerades.aa the Vicar of Bray and offers his services to the revolution, and when the kaiser has his finger on �the baclc-door. Until tkey carry out every one of the terms of armistice I am not going to be convinced that it is their honest intention to carry out a:ny of their ipromlses. �Mr, Sexton also expressed the opinion that the Lloyd George coalition ^Tvopld jjwapjp la,bpr in.the coming elections Miss Swanson has left for Edmonton where she will feiume hor studies at the n Alheita � tr^jlversity. Mr. Waddell. ot,Burdett,,was a visitor here-on Saturday. , V Mr. Geo. Wares has comnienced teaching in the Prbspy sch'ool." ' Mr. T. Walker is spending a' |ew days in Lethbridge. , ' Mr. Wayne Johnston left lof'"'the east on Saturday.-....., - �. Miss Pashack has resumed laach-Ing at Glen Echo. ' Mr. Francis Halpin returned c>n Wi^dnesday from Calgary and" .is at present the guest ot his ^parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Halpln,, Broadway; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hurd;.wh-�*are been visiting their son, Charles, in North Dakota, diqing thaLpast' w�ek. are returning home and will; apend the week-end In Winnipeg^ They are expected to arrire h'ere^pU or tjbput Wednesday next. 'V' ' Mrs. Fleming, of Reglha;, who has made many friendi during' her stay With her daughter, Mrs. Baynes; te Bow Island, left for hei: home o'ir Monday last "'�' * 'Flu Is CKfer -. \' ' Influenza cases have ceased iippear-ing at the local emefgehoy hoispltal. Only one patient remains,, Mr.v.Cn Elliott, whose progress has heen isevere-ij*handicapped hy relapses. .However, wei are "glad to state his c'pndltion has considerably, improved^ an'd 'ijbpes are entertained for his early; removal. Too much cannotio's^ otj the splendid efflciaincy arid co-opera-* tlon shown by thcstaft during, the opldeinlc, and the inanyt'erldencea ot personal sacrifice oh the-paji' , of nurses ciall forth special cozdmehda- tlon. � �;;x We are / Indeed ;^Tad to, ifoport the satlsfactoty progress'of Mrs. S. Fuller. Mrs. FuUer-wis one of "the first persons in i3ow Island aufte'r from the malady. Wh^ an appeal was made lor nurses to volunteer tor �er-Tice in the emergency hospital Mrs. Fuller gladly offered Iwir.�services.' There she attended, .the ...patients. un^ ceasingly until she waa agafa ptricken with influenza. "VVhlle hep. condition was rather .serious- during the-- fore part ot the. week,.'we" are pleased .to state she is maiciiig. favorable ^progress. \A host of admirers. Join '^th us In.i'Wlshlng tor hc'r;;a'speeiiy-and complete return to health. .i", The many friends of Mrs, E.:H..-;^il-mot, Broadway, wlllbe iiloased.^ to learn of her very . satisfavlth the 'flu, we are glad to repbrt is recovering and "will be out again in a day or two. , The Herald Is to be congratulated on the splendid -editorials which �re apptearing In' Its coliunns lately, especially th^: oniB appearing In the issue ot Saturday, November 30,-eh-tiUed, "TTBefurSerrlce the Need of the World." It erAty clUzen was animated by ^e pirlholple mentioned it would Ji^ a permanent cure tor �ociai unrest. I. W. W;, Bolshevism and kindred - agitations. It would pay any who hare not read this editorial to look up'thetr old'papers and read it. Miss" Seaman, who has been sick with the 'tlui 1b snow conraleacent^ : Mr..'N. -McPhee was a rlaltor la Iiethbridge during the week. M^. T. FrankiBh was in Lethbridge this week on bnifiness. Mr. J. R.. ProBser, who has charge ot the Farmors' elevator at this point, is lii the hospital in Caigary with the "flu. Mr. Prosser went to Calgary wlA a carload of cattle and was stricken while on the road. Mr J. M. Green left on Saturday for Harrer, Montana, where he will spend a few days on busine8.s. It ha,s been suggested that the federal goTemmantHprovide each year on Dominion bay a dignified public functioi;. In appropriate cenireB,- to solemnly/initiate in'tp.^cmsenslilli the young men and women who,, hare come of aige and all others who hare WASATfRONT qualified for citizenship during, the yiear.. The. gprefmmerit ot the United States has alreafdy taken action with a. similar :;end in. view, Under ^directions from ' President Wilson three Toiumes of ''i:�8809a,ji^. Community and National Lite" haye been prepared to be tauglit In'Oie public and high schools.,. In coinmendlng these" lessons to-school ojCficerB, President Wilson says in part: '".tPhen the war l|i over-we-muat apply the wisdom we have acquired in purging and ennobling the Jife of the world. In these vital. ta.sks of acquiring a broader 'View of human posslbilitleB the. common school must hare. A .larige part. I urge that teacherB,;j^id .otiier school odtfleers- increase ma,toriily- the time and attention devoted; to in�ruction bearing, directly on^'e problems ot community and national life." . It there Is one thing.woyn^ed more than another today It is'a people Who understand what citizenship involves, and are willing to sbs^ .the responsi-hllity.' of such cltlzehsbtp. If we have tbughl and sacrificed "to make; the world safe for democracy, then we should prepare ourgieiy^s tor and miake ourselves worthy ot-'that democracy. Let us begin,now- If the weather mair is as generous to us fro^i now until Christmas as he has been the last,tew days,^ it win notbe necessary-"for anybody to journey to Califomtarto spend Christ-taaa'. � � ' ,- -; ": PlivCHERbKEEK (Prom the Echo) On Friday,last ball was granted'to Joseph Comstock who is charged with attemj^ed murder. In tonsequence of an alleged shooting affrays In which Henry Matthews, of Beaver Mines, was shot In the heck, a few weeks ago. , (PAim Our Own .Correspondent) .BLAIRMORB, Deo. 7.-The death oc-, curred here dh-Wednesday of Mrs. B. GallPh after an illness tot a few days diiratjon. Death was the result of Spanish .Influenza. Mrs. Gallon who is'>a nativq of France had been a rpsi-dent ol^Blalrniare for some time and came here with her husband who was. eniployeid^as an engineer at the West Caiiadian Colll,erle3., At the outbreak of tho war Air. Gallon, who was a French reservist, went to France and has been .through the war and, is expected to'arrive home shortly. It will be a seat shock to him to learn that after so long a separation, his wife has succumbed on the eve of their re-union.� The sincere sympathy of friends in Blalrmore Is extended to Mr. Gallon. C. W. Johnston and family,left Sftt-urday night for Seattle, where they wip reside during the winter months. Dr. G. E. Bayfield has handed in hla reslginatidn to the locai union and will leave Blalrmore in the near future. Dr. Olivier of Coleman, Alta., has been 'asked to take over the practise here and has consented and will move to Blalrmore ahortl^. The,sympathy of the community goes oht to Louis and Mrs. Dutll on the sad loss of their little daughter, GertAide, who passed-�(Way on Friday frpm the effects of the influenza. In-tei-ment took place at Blalrmore cemetery on Saturday afternoon. >; Mayor Beebe is again under the weather, being confined to-his bed with a rather severe chill. Mr. Beebe has only recently recovered from the Influenza. , ' Maggie Patterson the agent of the Local Telephone Office is able, to be around again after a severe attack of the "flu. \ 1>ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BDSY MAN After the usual proceedings bail of a $X,000 by the acousedi 1600 by Mr. Cyrus Finders, of Flshbnm, and |500 byCapt. H. E. McClelland, ot Flah-bum,.galned Mr. Oomstock his liberty and he accompanied Mr. Finders to his home. The Echo takes great pleasure in extending to Sergt. Oeorge Marcellus, M.M., of the 10th Battalion, heartiest congratulations, he agoifi having been promoted on ,the field after recently being, awarded the Military Medal. Since leaving here with the 13th, Se^gt.'.Marcellus has-been constantly In thojtight, with the exception of a short time in hospital .from being gassed, and is the youngest of the three sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Marcellus, of Flshburn, who joined the colors; Mrs. Hlscocks and Jlttle daughter arrived In town on" Friday morrijng last on their return from England. They were jolned,^ln .Toronto by Sapper Art Allison, and .his wife who accompanied them a*" far as Lethbridge, where they with baby Hlscocks branched off en route to Oalata, Montana, to visit Mr. and Mrs, A, Allison, Sapper Allison wsa' married while In England to Miss MoLanghlan, a nurse, at the time ot her marriage in the Lord Derby Hospltail, Warrington. Capt, Htscbcka who was � recently reported wounded, was only aUghtly injured and'remained on dut^. ; Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Finders and thslir two IlttlG children, of FIshbumJ spent Thursday and Friday of last week'in'Lethbridge, ' ---:--rrxrs-:-:-  '� Fifty per cent; capacity-is all the theatres In Fargo, N,D., are allowed during the Influenza epidemic. ;^arry Lauder Is back-In America. >,VA silk factory will locate at Cobourg, Ont .Edmonton public schools 'wlU not reopen until. Januar^ 2. ;Th4 Anglican church at R^osetown,-SaBk.i Tvas' destroyed by tire. '�� � - vThe_Bank of Commerce "has opened branches at Parkland and Rosebud.. .J. M. Lbttrldge, weU khoWn^JHftmii-tbn citizen, is dead. ; � �JCharles Branlff, prominent grairf . Expressed by Some Practical Gift That Gives Years of Ser* vice and Satisfadion * Vlctrolas, or Victor Records, for inatanoo, are. of dally usefulness and last a lifetime-they are -real" nthienitlM' ' too. They make ndmlrabl6 gifts becauae they fwr^ li-VV^-f pose while- appropriately ^expressing the -'Obrif^nM'-'Spl't^ _ A Victrola Sliould Betwir iS^ Wo can recommend the following Hat ot Victor Records-they are a few of the popular onea. Ooma Jaaad , htor them, or send us'youi* name and address and,we wJU, mall you complete catalog of about 9000 aeleottonB.-' 18403 Where the Morning Glories Grow ... E. IpMoer' My Sunshine Jane.............S-.. gt^riii^y^Tll* 18399 Will You Remen>ber7 ...........^.. Q(�en-(Mxon V 'Just a Voice to Call Me Dear ... Qreen-OrpHeug Q;' 18404 Ching, Chong-^One Step.......... Van'tfjps-Trie 0. Walt Till the CoWs Come Home-.Fox T#>ot-- ...............,...., .,V��.'� Q. 18407 My 8weetle--One Step .. ........~�m|tliVp. Some Sunday Morning-^Medley Fox Tret � ^ ...........v...........................SmMb'tO. 18394: .Ll'l. 'Liza.Jane-One Step .... , � . � Coon 'Band Cbnteet-^Fox Trot Wig Mate o' Mine (Cooice'-Elllott) 47,83 khaki Sammy (Carpenter) .;. -647S1 Laddie ln> Khaki (Novello) Fuller's: ^nfi Jltit^ Fuller'* J�if9Ri;ii Wllltlllill ......'.(aipPPjj|||n_.: .........v.dv Aws 17767 HUo-Hawaijan March. Irene West Royal HawaMpns Wall�n�^Waltz-Hawaiian Guitars......-^ua-Kain 17804 Papio Hull Medley.. Irene We*t Royjil HaW�Ha(l�- :Ui'Llke No A Like (Conetancy).......v...% Ug 45676 Oriental-Fojf Trot ..... .....ipltll'a O.^ Dodola-Waltz ....... ....... Smith'* OI 3^634' Hawaiian Butterfly-Medley Fox Tret. Victor 9'*i|il When It's CIrcuB. Day Back Homei-iMedloy One Step........... .....Victor Jiitntf the ho>ie of the victrou* -iivERr-iTYte'EVEW f Rice fOR YOU n;:SCUM�JWI�i , A' ^AUMORAL BLOCK. FIFTH STREET, LETHBRfD^Tf Just how;Br4tam was unprepar*^' for war Is.'iiiide clear in .aii';lncid^nt^ related by .Lord' Denby tO' Hon. H. J. Cody when: Ohtario's Minister of .Ed-' ucatlon'was in France .Danby 'had; gone to !Lord'"Kijtehener'to'sa'^i-1ie hid no gUDs for hls~ battery,'- Apparently his was one of a series'of complalht^,' for Kitchener stood up and-In a voice* betraying his emotion, sald'''"No'gi|na!-No rifles! No boots! No.blof;hes!'^And' they call this an Empir? !"'�-. bHou. Dr. Cody, rlfintster-iot, Bdvba-t^on In Ontario, has, anqounoad tbfit the I department of eduoftlo^ has in hand the question otmakins'tlie.necessary Qhangeii In.tbe sojiool gieog'ra-.phles entailed by the War. ".This work qannpt be completedf"'-)^,-Baid, "until the peace terms are-al^ned-^nd'^he de-tenninatfon.of the/jie7.,bou|idaries are known:" The changea, ot cbwrae, will mean the publlcs.ti09'i.of a pew geo-igraphy,, , r. '.i.,.'yr,' Admiral Sir Rosslyn Weniyss, in the course of a spee6h referring to freedom of the seas, said the seas have always been free in times of peace, bu't it was difficult to Imagine how they could be free in times of w,ir. The provincial Conservative association of Manitoba has been called together for this week, and all Conservative members of the Union Government in parliament haye been asked tp meet with the association to discuss plans for reorganization of the Con-servatl've forces for -what is believed to be a return to party'issues in the near future,' ' There are three vacant seats In the house of commons-G-lengarry and Stprmont, by the death of John Mc-Martin;-, North Ontario, by the death af;,Col. Satn Sharpe, and Assihibola by thJ9 appbintmeiit of J. G. Tuyriff to the senate. AH three members were Unionists. The vacancies will not likely beiV filled until all the soldiers am itfjiok l^rom the front. ^ Give Caiady>Ca6carets;'tQ^ft<:., Bilious, Constipatdi d^M :B0W many beans in tHE jar? The Hudson's' Bay Co: is giving iawa? a �lOil.OO.^ Victoryj6ond for ,the-'p|�krest;-8tliiaa'te.v^ Mother gives .me a candy Cascarjet. when .,i anr cross, -sick arid won't play." TO MOTHERS!' Eacli ten cent - box' of Gascareti, "tg1i||r!:|itKMtit? contains full directions for dose for children aged on^^ y^ir pl4'fP*^ "P* wards. ' Nothing'efse "worits^' tiie nasty'bile, sour'feri|jent|]Hon8 and constipation poispn frQrn the tender little bowels *o fkn^Yi yet �o' tlioroughiy.-' Even cross, feVeHsii, bi!iou$ chiKdren gladiyw^*Cascarets \vithout beingcoaxed. Cascarets taste just like candy. J!!jui^|fet!l,never �gripe"tITe���fi'tH^.'^6b^vef&,^,hever'�slcken^^^^^  injure, i-bpHrtKl*ji�<-ilUU'*hey never disappoint the worried motiier.' 0833?? ;