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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta :v.; DAILY lIKUAljy e, aibata DAILV AND WEEKLY Prfprfetera and Publlihiri THE ttTHBRIDOE'HE'RALp PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED JZJ Prayer at B. Briv., Girl, Don't Gri.v., W.lti...... Spirit'oF Spirit of the rT.B..................................... Hick Up For Trot..................j...........ErlitVck Smil.i. Trot.............................................Ml'rtl THE BEST PLACE TO BUY -VICTROLA and VICTOR RECOROS .OME.OF THE VICIBOUk' V.tO 1.M -7P c .ISO '.70 170 BALMORAL BLOCK, 'FIFTH STREET, LETHBRIDQE ish statement'in which it would banker; _ labor_le_aders and [-wuuarn -Jactory'can In'lhe] oThers" ln: tbls7 country to heed: escort; -farm- machinery Held U should he a j noi never have h' been and I will' always oppose any bloody revolnlion, because In other lines. At any rile tit Is-worth a great deal of thought oa 'tbVparl ot all who are sincerely trom ,'UresVeov in helping the relumed sol- (dangers ofMl'in this country, and the tTicmseJvea more 'into best way "Judgment Lo jneel It spark of burning coal. country woirid.-auf.fer-more Iban ours inJoyablV evening.was 'held. It was decided a Wood- Bul t koow ,e men's dance oa E'vc.jfith .Mrs. Frank 'the planetaria i-'THE- DEMAND, :'rOR NEW HOUSES 5tr Han's with lie' viblfri.. Need i The fanners of Ihfi district were people'win be able to trusL muca ji. 'visit 1 want our party Jp7 give no Contis and his-report'liat lonly jance lo Bolshevism or anything p[ thai i cent o( ttle [iad feed act as the safely-valve and whom The Dominion Government has uu-; kino All the snouting'and denuncia-1 fo_ sloct (a .very necessary work In lion of your Government Is merely an [h'B 3ame' program announced from last weet whcrsby are'b'oaien set aside- from war approprl- -a'tions for the purpose ot loans to tbe all tee! ne .would find 's existing o'nt here. Ills but what'ls worrying.'tbe -farmers most Is, where'is..the'.seed, coming We are not In a. m.inkipalily, at the polls we will accept but we, anij .-are jnstrurtqa lo to the Matier of Soldiers''He-Employ ment "Will Be' in' Hands ''of J. W. Mitchell will go on lighting for the. day which L! and through j L to the various municipalities for I g. :-baildIng -homes lo overcome Ibe con- must-nlllmalely jt contfols r whe.-: government- official and. vo, gesllon now apparent In many lowna cities. There Is no doubt that lion does-eiist, for during the of the war new building' has off, .not. only on acconat ol high prices but also because many Vyeopfe fell that the money should be i ield available as loans to the govern- for 'carrying on the war. Now, with Ihe Voldter's returning. tbe rfreslabllshmenl. of soldiers' [Thal Is real democracy. Bolshevism Is class autocracy and does nol mean the rule of lhe majority at all. ters? The seed should hav.e been available for every farinef long ago so that he coulj-be hauling It oul on Ihese (ins not wail until January, or'February, and kill, your horses on.lhe had roads, ui Is bound lo be a de- imaild accommod I'wlilch.' many cities will not he al It Is generally -conceded needs between 100 liouaes tc properly accommodate I "There arc men among u: Wilfrid l.aurier In don, Ont., a weekjjr sA ago, "who say. Ihat the .Germanf people, arc respori-' sible for the alrod'tfes committed br their armies. I do not agree with that view. The responsibility rests with the commanders ot the German; armies. said Sir lilting Ihlm for. spring work, ana; UnJ But It lo'oks hotf'as lo .wall ,1111-lhe -meeting of Ih5" pro along tlie work of reconstrnc- tfM tha Is willing to loan at a' payable lail yearly, 'Vad for a lorn of K years, the sum to the to be 'rn amog them. Thai vnttlled to about or enough lo erect about i JM hornet at a ct fJOOO each. H la turn wanld lo-in to the ctltles. towns and to vied for-building events, cannot reclaim lhemselvc-3, as so many other nations have been re- flalm'ed by the teachings of dem- WINTfiP 170.000. o! IACH QUOTX, fll'FXJ. .Dot about, ol pi CGO at ;he cntl o'. nuva! ocracy In which we bellivc." Very few .the league has de- peopla will agree with Sir Wilfrid. A'elded lo continue'the campaign until llltle talk wllh Hon. Dr. Beland would !lhc Is reached Tlie amount Is i t-Tcpeclcrt lo be piibscrlbed by the ch Convince him thai Mgn and lo" izens within the noxl few days. to people, aciepllng from amongst lhe Germans were all re- sponsible. As tor lhc German race being one of the' noblest races in Ibe world, hlatory doesn't prove KEEP FISH.F.RESH NEW YORK, Deo. ).-r-A new drying. process, by rofilJ and fish A jran he kept Indefinitely and then be nation thai acted towards France as i restored to Ircshness .to .an appllca- Germany did In and Kill, can't be lermed other than Ignoble. Ger- many jlmply wanleil lo dominate the worlci and airtlg people were' agree- abla lion, which II Is believed will increase The world's shipping capacity TiyrnGre than 12 times, by doing away wllb the need cl refrlgeratlafr, perfected In the- chemical tiboralory at Columbia Vnlveralty, [I was announced last nlght- soldiem-lor the fsnrn, domesUc help, industrial labor and GO T The. eiecotlve ol the A, along with Mr. Craig also met with the Lire Slock Eichapge In Calgary during the day" and discussed mailers pertaining to the marketing ol live stock, es- pecially wMi the cnl cf brood and light hogs. In speaking to ths U. F. A. direc- tors, Mr. Craig was also Mked to ex- plain the system through' which the seed grain would likely be distributed (his' year. The mailer' C55 in come before legislature, bat Mr. Craig explained dure. the amount of grain al present in.the cleyalorj of the pror Ince and Ihc probable nrHaod ot dls- A Yorklon town councillor, wbo de sctlbed the women who were endea- voring to be during Ihe pre-1 valence of Influenza al that a pack of d fools, refused lo tako i hack his statcmcnl, and Lhe connlfl a'a a "consequenco refused to pass a TbaU-the. from .fines.- of mo- Ltorists'vill, mq'ro (ban maintenance of f oronlo-Hamilton You" notice of ,the cake''of Gcild Soap when.the grocer hancU'it to you. It is the biggest as the 'Best cake of laundry soap 'for" the money. You can't doubt it is bigger, when you hold it in your own hand. You will not doubt tha't it" is 'better when you use it. So reraein-. be'f 'and'ask for it. CoUSoap u madt in Protltr A CemlU at Hamilton, Ctmaja resolullop. commending the -women i lor Ihelr gocrt work, which was pro- posed by the offending councillor. In Saskatoon women as well as men 1 may run (or any municipal offices on exactly the same standing as the man. It U not even necessary for a woman lo own properly, II she l.i married and her husband owns a lot assessed for trlbnllon and the nricc. Dr. Samuel major at I I3o9ton, Is dead J HOW MANY BEAMS IN THE The Hudson's Day Co. away a -Vlelory Ihe nearest giving Bond' for THE lm BUNK OF INCORPORATED 1869 Capital Reserve and Undivided Profiti Tolal 523 BrancKes In' Hewfsurfdl'JTii, -Brillth 'We Porto. Rico, Dominican Republic, Coita1 Rica 'and DEPAtWENT ay bo opeacd' wlti an'fnitlii dcpo cposll.of 'o'ne .D Arnountn ma Interest Is credited half yearly. Unslneas Accounts carrlerl'upori'lavorable terms, UETHDRItiie BRANCH W.'A. PARK6K, MAGHATH BRANCH -.........J. K. Atkinlon, .CARDSTON DRANCH................W. R. KcKAV; I ;