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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THEL IETHBBIDUE PA1LY IIKttALD I ttbc Iterate DAILY Publishers JTHt LtTHtRIDOt PAINT INO LIMITED ttt Street Lethbridae Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager TELEPHONES Business Office 1252 tutorial Office 1224 them a loan agreement as ixny loan company would Thud Loth bridge city might receive of the am ount allotted to for which It cowld Issuf special de bentures which wouldbe accepted by the provincial be paid off as the loans were Details of five plan by which the municipalities would use this money for housing Rave not boon worked j but It will have to be agreeable I to the Dominion Thus In a practical manner the Do mlnlon Government is going to helji out during the reconstruction for not only will tho plan help out the house accommodation situatipn which is serious in many but the plan will provide labor for skilled mechanics in the building of the hous NEW DAYION HILL UNDER THE BAN Several New Canes Have Devel Daytons in he War DECEMBER IfHft J Subscription Rates per per year by per year by per year by per year to price of building thousand dollars does not go Our Own and McDonald and family have gone to for V have free from the flu in this district up until a day or two when four or cases were1 The schools and cluirehos have boon closed the epidcmiibrokp and It would seem as if it will he some time yet before ATCOALCEK Me CONTROL Has Bern fating Into 30Foot Vein In i Mine Sooth I Special to HcinM I smouldering i flra which hM bMn eating Into the great thirtyfoot vein of coal In 1 1 at Coal since the ISth of has at last been so confined that no npprehen MACLEOD AG1 SOBETYELECTS ANNUAL OFFICERS Dates of expiry ofr subscriptions ap Star daily on address Accept ance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the sub COOPERATIVE INDUSTRY FOR THE SOLDIERS There is a great deal of tnllf these days about and how to deal with the labor situation when It would be a good if the government could do something to help out the situation regarding the Three far at present We do not doubt that are war ranted by present but with dsmand for such of they can be It has been sup aion of Its getting beyond control is I materials and the greater supply of i labor there i no reason why there should not he a drop in 1 prices to something like prewar pric This would be one of the greatest helps the government could give to gested that the teachers be allowed to KO on holidays and cut the sitmmer holidays in This would seem a reasonable and ono which tho department Would no doubt agree to If the matter was put before New Daytons Part Now that the war is over New has every right to be proud flupart she played in doing her Whether in assisting subscribing to the Ked Cross or going over the top in the the men return from the exi solve the housing pefcting that they will be able to find positions and fit themselves once iinore into the civil So far the The work or flight order found i the Clown Prince all observes settlement plan is the only proi Record posal which looks as if it would any great numbers of Other suggestions of a practical na ture are therefore in One such suggestion comes from exMayor Deacon of head of a large manufacturing concern in that who puts forth thexplan i bf returned soldiers establishing a cooperative factory for the manufac ture of farm Xatusally he riufgests that the place for such a fac tory in in But that is mere a The big point of the sug gestion ta that Deaconadvocates a cooperative factory in which the employees would be returned men i who would have a financial interest in the threatens to boy because it hogs everything in western Let Calgary Hamilton newspapers are enjoying some amusement with a mayoralty can 1 didates name in that Here is a Herald paragraph If Wright is all then its all right to write that its all right to fight for Victory we all the In the last Victory although we had only one town ship to we bversubscrfbed our quota three times and then had some to which gave us art honor and eight crowns to Too much praise cannot be given to Billington of Standard Bank and McDonald for the hard work they did to put NVw Dayton on record in the manner they The Standard Bank has opened up a suboffice in which fs un der the supervision of our localman ager It is ex pected in a few days that an account ant and an assistant will be placed in Stirling Stir ling people will no ddubt appreciate this and give Bil lington the support which his hard work on their behalf in getting an office there Nursing Assist a nee The municipal council at a meet ing held today arranged to furnish I nursing assistance to any cases where This statement was made to a Herald representative yesterday by Barney mine man ager at the Coal Creek Since the of the which was caused by spontaneous the first instance of flra being caused by combustion in the mines of Coal three shifts pf eighteen men each have been Kept constantly at work in the effort to dig out the The trenching method of fight ing such fires had to be employed were rtght there j and room for only eighteen men at a time could be The thirty foot seam of coal Into which 1 is being driven baa a parting of rock which divides it into an upper and lower working space and the greatest exertion was neces sary to keep the fire confined to the lower part of the Had It been allowed to eat its way into the upper layer of coal the work of the miners would have been very much more perhaps making It sible to do anything with and mak ing it necessary to close off that por tion of the workings in order to smother out the Fortunately the work of these 54 experienced miners has in confining the smouldering fire to a small the burning coal being cut off from the other by trenches cut behind the burning coal and coke being hauled to the This is different from a prairie or a burning building on top of the ground not quite so butvery much more dan Canadians who will spend Christmas j tne parues are not in such clrcnmj gerous and on the Rhine would exchange it for j stances to provide this As these working faces in the mines MrJTeacon points ont that there will nfnch machinery in Canadian fac used during the war for mak whioh could be secured a factory at a nominal further points ont that in jlhe westthere is an antipathy to the j the or even the Thames authority being given to the or the observes the Toronto u ut jj i and the Might we add also ttte to requisition the help the or any other j when necessary or when called river In j The council is to be commended on and wehope they will i see that no more dances are allowed has been ter to be uhm iftnfe we afe rorized by a wild not yet iden absolutely free of the has killed a large j of animals and the inhabi tants have wired ask easteru especiallythe I ing him to lead in a hunting The manufacturer of farm rthough he declares this feeling to be result of political campaign that therefore a cooperative fac story selling direct from the factory to hhe farmers ought to be able to meet and still pay good wages the factory Winnipeg Free Press wants to know if this is an attempt on the part of an ardent admirer to compensate the Colonelfor the refusal the admin istration to let him command a diyi sion in France UIGKIf STRIKE FARMERS ARE IN MD OF SEED a leading Brit The whole plan is but yet it i ish lafcor recently made this MICKY Wed December the Lucky Strike branch of the Modern Woodmen of America held their annual meeting for the election of with the following result John venerable consul banker William adviser clerk George Jam machinery field it should be a j l am not ln ravorj never been Vernotf sentry N Kings Success in other At any rate been and I will always oppose itof trustee Frank it worth a great deal of thought on any bloody because no Morns past consul Orly the oart of all who arp sincpreiv in country suffer more than ours tnase part or all wno are sincerely n A very enjoyable evening statement in which it would be well for certain labor leaders and Vibears the stamp of originality and And if the cooperative factory can be made in the others in this country to heed I am not in never have been are the danger from the extra height of the overlying moun and the incnswed distance to which air must be rendering the task of ventilation more and more the mine management has an everincreasing task to perform in order to safeguardthe lives of the miners and to as far as pos loss to A partial offset to these Increasing difficulties Is to be found in the ever increasing quality of the coal pro duced as the workings recede from the The output of the Coal Creek group of mines is gradually not withstanding the havoc made by the of the influenza epidemic andoMfe fight which has had to be put lip against the fire in Manager Caufield thinks that two weeks more work by his fire fight ing gang will have removed the last spark of burning Our Own Cnmumondwit annual meeting of the Macleod Agricultural Society was held In tho town hall on December There was a largo at tendance of members The reports presented by the secre tarytreasurer for the fair of 1918 were the most satisfactory reports that have been preaented to an an nual meeting for many A slight decrease In tho number of en tries of horses and cattlowas re attributed to a large extent to the shortage of feed to put the stock In All other classes of eihlbtts showed a very gratifying In From a financial standpoint the fair was A great the statements showing a balance on tho right side of tho first time for many years that a credit balance has been shown after paying all ex Hugh Mackintosh was reelect ed president for the fifth and Leather assistant vice president for the third time second Gardiner was reeleeted as secre and the society to show their appreciation of the manner in which he has discharged the duties of his gave him a handsome and in creased his salary for next A strong board of live wires was elect ed as so that Macleod Agri cultural Society Is off to a good start for every officer and director determined to make the fair a bigger success than the F R a CONSIDER ELEVATOR TARIFF Canadian board of grain supervision sat this morning in connection with the pres ent terminal elevator A rep resentative gathering of terminal ele vator men and representatives of or ganised farmers was of the Empire Terminal Elevator stated that they bad made careful tests under the new tariff and found it was impossible to clean a car without loss on the basis of 1 gross Nearly all other elevator men called concurred in this Henders of Grain and that the question of cash basis for terminal charges had not discussed by the no donbt would be taken up at the whiter After some the meeting THE MASON RISCH PLAYER PIANO Finest of All V 9 will solve your home amusement probltml Youll find theres a rarery finer pleasure for all the family in the possession of a Mason Risch Player than in any entertainment you can Ltt you about this marvelous Come Hear these Player RolU Each One a La DanM Serenade played by Blmtta played by Au Revoir But Not Soldier Albirt via TUttr Babya Prayer at Little Dont Htreomrt Spirit of Spirit i Neath the Texas FOK Hick Up Fox Fox THE BEST PLACE TO BUY YOUR VICTROLA and VICTOR RECORDS BALMORAL FlPTH LETHBftlOQE taa B i i helping the returned sol Rut T know fhp this country IZ fhe t ui iii ujia aim uie fit once more into best way in my judgment to meet it and Jt decided to hold a Wood of the DEM AND FOR NEW HOUSES The Dominion Government has uu dsrtaken a very necessary work in The Need N of were is by having a independent Labor Party in Parliament who will i act as the safetyvalve and whom the people win be able to f I want our party to give no interested in Weirs visit anything of that i Coutts an report only All the shouting and denuncia 2fn cnt he had feed tion of your Government Is merely an i for stock We a11 feel he flnd bousing program announced from for your own ignorance and same conditions Misting ou last week whereby Government is a reflex ls w Of our If we are boaten l tobe set asidefrom war approprl at the polls we will accept but we ayons for the purpose of loans to the will go op fighting for the day which provincial governnujnts and through imust ultlmately Thin ia the farmers seed are in a ILEMS WITMrV HEADS Matter of Soldiers ReEmploy ment Will Be in Hands of Mitchell Craig has re turned from where he went at the invitation of the directors of the to discuss the of employment and of other matters in the farmers are specially in MDlalaed SS the them to the various municipalities for building homes to overcome the con gestion now apparent in many towns There is no doubt that Congestion does for during the period of the war new building has been put oot only on account of hjgh prices but also because many felt that the money should be fceld availably as loans to the govern for carrying on the with the Soldiers returning and the reestablishment of soldiers i families there is bound to be a de housing accommodation many cities will not be able to fittteth It ik generally conceded that needs between 100 and 209 houses to properly accommodate Increased To meat this demand in the towns cities of the and to Kolp along the work of reconstruc tho loverument is willing to loan af iT nor payable naif an4 for a torn 20 the sum k o to the to be vtift yro rata among That ijf would be to about or enough to erect about at a cost of provincein turn would loan to the towns and to tor bo would IBM to tbo accepting from This is sound Labor can con trol affairs when it controls the ters That is real Bolshevism available for every farmer long ago is class autocracy and does not mean i so that he couldbe hauling it out official I of our district butwho is theDepartment has obtained the does ho make iig headquar The seed should have been help required for the agricultural in dustry of the the machin ery which wan employed as result of the arrangements with the the rule of the majority at T wait until January or February and i kill your horses on the bad unj There are men among said Siri fitting them for spring suf Wilfrid Laurier in a speech at Lon fer with tile cold 20 to 30 below But it looks now as If we would Have to wait till the meeting qf vincial parliament in January before on these fine roads and not wlth the Urited States the immigration and finally a week or so who say that the are respon j sible for the atrocities committed by j any definite news will that I The do not agree responsibility with rcsts We are a11 terribly sorry to hear1 the norrlbe vanVs Sturte her first who with the commanders of the j was killed at the Tassa Unless there is at the Rathbone brought on of an army a strong arm to maintain I by sickness lie was a young I talk but Great De sympathy has hoen their many especially B ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BDSY MAN or it he is a this jis the income from finest of mo torists more than pay for the maintenance of the TorontoHamilton highway this year was this statement made by chair man of the gross In come of the highway is practically all from fines and will to about the of the mew through out the He also spoke of j the development of the government I labor bureau and told something of the tentative plans foitbe coming The whole problem has been put into of of and it has not yet been under what provincial depart that a block of city property bo I Influenza has again caused the clos ing of the public schools in Clarence wellknown evangelist in died of influen Eightcent car fares are now in op eration on Boston street cars and ele vated In New York State 131 people were killed by automobiles during Novem Masked bandits killed the customs collector at and escaped with in t of ran down a prairie wolf with hia auto and captured it Beresford who was in earlier years the manager at Winni for the Molsons died at wild lands commissioner In will become deputy minister of municipal affairs succeed ing who becomes a mem ber of the Local Government Information has been received that formerly manager of Dominion bank at has been awarded the Military Cross r his gallant action while on active A subcommittee of the Regina city council has decided to recommend ment this work will be to the Great War Veterans as a site j discipline there will always Are we to believe that the German one of the noblest races in the in the past at all cannot reclaim as so many other nations have been re who at very poor this time is in TRY AND REACH QUOT With arbout palmed by the teachings of demi r of ocracy in which we Very fow I ul lhe Winnipegs naval y w IfiiiBiio the league has de to continue the campaign until i the quota is The umount la j expected to be subscribed by the cit izens within the noxt few people will agree with Sir A little talk with Beland would convince him that high and low amonrat the Germans were all re As for the German race being one of the noblest races in the history doesnt prove A KEEP FISH MOW new drying I hy laeits and fish kept indefinitely and theai be it t 1HI4 UO uation that acted towards France as restored to freshness ly an afiplica Germany did in 1870 and cant wllfch u ls believfid will increase be termed other Ujan Ger many simply wanted to dominate tho world and air its people were agree abla jthu worlds shipping capacity by more thun 12 by doing away with the need of ban been lorfeted in the chemical engineers laboratory at Columbia it wua announced last as a returned will or a providing the provincial vu and federal government will each do nate in A Yorkton town who de scribed the women who were endea voring to be of during the pre valence of influenza at that as a pack of refused to take back his und the coumffl as a consequence refused to pass a resolution commending tho women for their good which was pro posed by the offending In Saskatoon women as well as men may run for any municipal offices on exactly tho same standing as the It is not oven necessary for a woman to own If she Is married and her husband owns a lot assessed for of returned soldiers in a manner that should be satisfactory to He be in charge of the whole labor question for the and this includes the reemployment of soldiers for the domestic industrial labor and so executive of the along with Craig also met with the Live fjtock Exchange in Calgary during the day and discussed matters pertaining to the marketing of live es pecially with reference to the cut op brood sows and light In speaking to the direc Craig was also asked to ex plain the system through which the seed grain would likely be distributed The matter has yet to come before but Craig explained tie probable proce the amount of seed grain at present the elevators of the prov ince and tho probable method of dis tribution tho Samuel G reanftof mayor is Ypu notice thesize of the cake of Gdld Soap the grocer hands it to It is the biggest as well as the best cake of laundry soap for the You cant doubt it is bigger when you hold it in your own You will not doubt that it is better when you use So remem ber the and ask for Cold Soap it made in Procter A at Canada HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is giving away o Victory Bond for the nearest L BANK OF mm V J INCORPORATED 1869 Capital Paidup Reserve and Undivided Total Assets 520 In British Wffsff ndif Porto Dominican Costa Rica and SAYINtS Accounts carried upon favorable Y I ;