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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta � THE .X5  SubiCt^'tJenlHitet: Dally, tleUvered;TJerw;ee)� Dally, delivered, jei:;year �:�!-vO' Dally, by mall, pm;-yoar -Jj-PO' Weekly, by mall, pet year ; ^-V'f Weekly, by mall per year to u.fa..�-i.ot' Dates of expiry of subscriptions^ ap-. pear flally '�n address-iMtel. Accept-. anceTJf-papers-after'expiratien^ate is odi^ authority to>' cpntinue the sub- BcripUen. / � muqr'e tigtA tor a victory at the, pMce table. All our late full-G^~-nuuM); ii!!>o-Oormaus, und pacifiste are i^expected ito come out ot-hidlng forlh-.irtUi and "show mercy to the defeat-W' yT ley will come," predicts ^the ICati�aS;-! !U^^,Star,,'"bearlnB bouquets, '" * ^ J erwaflon to offer con&pla-ip^sknxer and to leave tricts ' 'i^lJtie cell. . . . Hetwen O'fy^iijf'Om mush!" ' down d?ad In .Oie k-ation in Poland dUr-of war�gony ha^cli-without cue wr^ of yvce could; dlsoovetf In RAY^ldm'DeS? 13.-Diirlii i] tjjp, past few dai's rjrOUi; ."correspi ndof^t"' 4iagj beeto tmveH0:i^|r, 8*)me 1)f the iio�iv-ftraded niadapjiji' the ;90uth *TaeSv,i�.%* ^^ i>V iT . , , , ^, vr provemcnt, landitheSe, roads will last portly CHerm?^. guards kept tlie Mos-� ^^j. ^.^,^3, prbVldfiig^they 'are ;taken lem Tur^tikAu givmg water to them, . cave of nOw. Thff* ^^ new excuse. . We can't'gi oti;blaming everything on the war,^remarTc8 the Watertown Standard. . - . HENRY FORD IS NOT A PROTECTIONIST Henry. Ford,'" recent candidate , for , ilU. S. senator in Michigan, tut-bettej^ known aa one of "fhe biggest manufacturers In the world, is not a pro- teoUonist. ' "The men who want a high protective tariff," he says, "are the ones �nrho ate trying to get away, with foor QuaUty goods, .or 3tb. nakke a larger proUt ttoaivt�^|i^e watliied be exposes ^g^p^ecHonism as' the ' Cbh>� it Is, beneath the disgiHses in which. In every lanid, it clothM itself, parading aa.:i^afriotl8m,.I^at]Q9ai. Pol: Icy and ihe^i^i :J, ^ ' "Nobody should be aUowed to hold nore landrthjUi be'ean prpfifcably Mys Henry Ford. "I do not believe that anyone should be permitted to hold land outl of use." And In regard to public ownership of-tbe railrcAda bis views are no less- daar^t -fiiid decided. "I do not beileve," he eays, 1 that the people are going to be wUl- Knorrille Journal aaal Tribune Ink to let tlfe railroads go back; after prediction that army-oooks �� - - who get safely a>ack home will eacpari- "that Is Avar.'A ^'lTioa;tke fighting end- and> dragging  them vdown.^ Juat yi od, no-dbubii^'Qie aiC'would bo fifted; ten!�y aa.^ccldent whiph might, have With pat,^^,%.ppeaVi^fi.d for the \^^^,^S%:^t^:r! ^rZ^ Btarving Poles,. Armenians, Servii^s, motors setting their vebictea bdweon and the 2,000,000 Russian prisoners, "^''ilson %idliS; and Lethbridge.-There So one might think. Thus far, ImSw- the ..motors to stay on .the roa4j,muat ever, the .appeals coming from C^r-i '-^ '!^tt^,StJ^^^ many seem to be enUrely and abso- neither could .get out of the road. The |utely^/qr aid for. i;he oppressori^ and result was-broken.windshields and I lamps. � TJiic road-Histweren-Raymond i and Magrath "in pSaces ls' such jthat I no one but a welWraiued driver, can go over it without the-.dange- of breaking -a spring or running into the Pot-hole bridge. . .. The nearest-coal mine to Eaj^faond Is northwest ffom town, on tlie St Jrrarys river, abou� 17 or IS '^ilbs by the present route, which could be sJiortened from three toj; five-miles if the government would" ope^" the road along the section line ruiii' . ning north, just after crossing} Pot' ^.,'qermany can not expand without � hole straight west M tbwn, tour-milea' .oglonieg, cries Dr. Solf. Wfell, who. to the correction line,'thence 80. roda wants the accuraod country to expand' ?*ast, tlien two or thfee -milesifnorth askft the Klngrton mig. i ^sa.m y.^eTO the road leads; ty.- the. BOM x^iu�Bwii ,�me. , river bottom-where the mines are. ' --- ! Mr. J. H. Wall, the owner of - one Retribution for the Germane may take the form of supplying them with American food at present prices, suggests the Brooklyn Eagle. ence no ditfioiffty, in finding a wife, Since the war'is over and gas Inaiks are not needed,' the Chicago Tribune adviees the American peopletbat the WET, Into^the hands of the 'crowd that were runnlns .thctm. (or their oro benefit." ^ i- - Mr. For4'� stmunlnr'up of hie con-yictlons' -and principles follow: TOateyiBr%illopeto lip greatest op-irj_~"l^ - " Hortunltiea-'fol-comfortable, hap^y.llv- ^^^.9^ sw^ow-then- peach stones lag for the ordinary man, and teach j now. him^'and his -Jamily how to wake the best use of'f&Qse onpoi^tmitleBri^ th^ proper function of the govemmem. It' *, , _ , should not be any part of the gwvem- sods! They , are murderous f cnil- ment's concern to help men 'make throats, thugs, murderers, thiev^, pu- j^v& Jbean eent out great profits, or to enable, men to trid decadents, S'^cendants of cran  ' ^ Sa^'f^^ f^VT^I^'l'^'t^ito^^ of the scuiiiof of the mines, suggested, a shorter route still. By going north-west from town,, then taking the road gunning west hvo'-miles-tforfch of - tJ^*tf-*hcrosa PoJ-hole, thus coaneoting with the other road ging north. By doing somo work -on the -rtrad aoroes ,>Pot-hole this road would be by far the shortest, and just as good. '.-^ We need the road land he^i ItJ badly, because- we iiabl frprii serei^, hundred to one thousand tons: of-. cofc," annually to Raymond and'district from th2^e mines. , , I We are glad ,to report that  "Bid". Meldrum ju?t returned from thei east, where he has Seen training In the R. A. F. , The Sunshiiie Girls, ;-who dfstrl-bttted SOI. nlany;-flowers during; the , "flu epidemic here, are giving a dince cember 14^,- for-which.. the Umtationfl. TheWorid's ^theBestm : ; 1 >v During the ;^ii^ioii$> digging ; been passing, what^ a Wonderful solace and icomfori the Victrola has been! In the home as well as in the far distant dugouts behind the lines of battle it has rendered an immeasurable service, giving peace of mind, cdurage, even joy and exhilaration that could he gained through no oth^r channel. ^ It has toothed the sorrows of grief striclcen mothers and families^ and bolstered up th�i battered nerves of the wearied^warriors during tfie^vbreatiiinis .spells between -thebatUes. ' *\ ^ , No matter'where tlv^ ptfrtilji hai b^i?Ji[heard, whether in the quiet itude of one's own homej or in the tempestuous area, of the wprld's gireait �'" -^ .- Kl[c6nfli^i[si^hastbf^^ cheer and consblatlbh. It lutings^^iyotf the Wbrld's greatest artists^ choirs, and choruses--bands, orchiestras, and^soloists of renown -- entertainers humorous, and ierious- and dance musicthat awakens in you the fulljby bflivihjs. �V If you have no Victrdla you are losing a a.-, marvelous iredt-you are denying yourself � ih(i companionship of the greatest entertainer i%^'K'^;-'r|'::^-;/^ ^w-Zftc worfd. ,-/-r the^ictrola for ykiiand yis.Sffl^iiiiiilioM^i'y y^ the happy owner / of one for CluistinM;?'^ We haj^ of the Victrola for^i^i^'iB,tc!heB--k^ aayhiig the farfhioj* so , commonly attributed^ Details -of The Resop-TChtist-' mas Parcels JFiJi^i?" Overseas MAGRATH,, 13,--After onp of , mmmmm HGKED UP IN^ .ASSING FOR THE nOSY MAN LITTLE HOPE Mayor 0. R. Somerville-has dennite-fj ' �' . ^ !v announced � that-he wlU'-not be a I . :SAtriiT,'STX-f ^MARIE,' Mich., Dec,, candidate for theinuyor's ,chair ' in 11.-While some hope has been' London,,Out, ntxc xenr. Pressure of aroused through the story brought LONDON, Deo. 13.-It requires, but little imagmation to invisage.the- pi-ivats .�bu-siness. was given . ;!3,, his t0!f.thls,-.port/byon for .tlrpiuiJBS.out of'ijiunicipal King,,^hat;,o;ie. of., the ,,^wo French A. Blalr-was elected mayor of ,Stet- me He pufjioses ioing .lip. iy&r.,' -..^^ ,'76 men ln-Iiake��up6rJ6r. Is supposed- -. . , .� ' >^ r *r7 : � ' I ly shattered : at Richardnon Bay, on Calgary voted overwhelmingly in Count Kfirol^i; who took-a jpromi-' tjie north shore, litUe faith is given possibility Of aerial communication in of- city o.vnership of the hos- nen^t ^^^^^^^^^ '^rn^m^SS^^ such a country as Canada, where a, _ in a ^ Budape&t dispatch. to,.-haye at- rumor, _ .... ."1 such a country as Canada, where a journey from HsfllfAi to Victoria is that ''foodWi%i Ware eiftggerfted to-kii�w He wilLappear as an ordii- the most excWg.-roiite.stS; eyeri. wit-; treal, Ottawa._--~BB'''��"---------- ----------- / -^"0 ^-^r ''':':'"'y'^c'^T'~'~'~'^:^{,,^T � rayifaTv ami Vfltipmivpr or in Aus-1 -a7inr,i,,,�o- ,t..n,. -i,,toraT.= ,v.,r,t tempt to take his life was frustrated, government.announces �� Increase Inu- theprwi.. appeal ary clvHian, ^ot any mo^e ir^sk ne��d^n f'^^^r^^^f^l trX^vhere thrjour^eV round thV na^^ra^^^^^^ unemployment dempblMzatlon dol* iv_ in-i--^. -.^:_*k4�o>' n_:_v:___D�,fi, Vv,,.a,o.v, . , _ _ __ , zed enemy aliens returned to mayor over his opponerii Mayor -Ben-' � coast from Brisbane to P.erth, through the lands from which they migrated, nibm No WbpBi|--lki^efc^v \ . the Entent* sympatMes." Oermaa, up tha-n Woodrow Wilson. IwrreBtB fadrtba population all through _ _ (be war and only �/ew weeks have I Sir Arthur Carrie celebrated! his ever polled here in'a town, election son or in South> Africa where the c.algary'i L. hv �toc� tta" I'^gcroD. were �nl'^*lrthdey-bne day last weefc-'-Caa- Trf�>%cordcdi:--the''-�d�I^^llrfi^ Joaraey.from that a famine now would ada'B commander-in-chief is still ,a ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ leads on tg. B;ilewayo or St^Iss- fca an economic irt-ce, who aiimild^ibe^i^ Jrst;.^ 9et-Ciaa women and children, or tie-sffliv-Has Bun?" An exandnatipri of the his ndnd. He has �Pittsburg � yom livj Graiid 'rnink Pacifi" its dryilock and,, ahipbuiiains- faalllties tatlon in four years of war an^' will poUed 243-votes^ white M^yor-Ben- aiways hold a' high place in the .estimation of his fellow-countrymeri. � -The ToronloT Telegram is now worshipping at the shrine of Hughes, of AuBtralla, and in b^etwean bows to that lAxMrioaa pnm, th� liHerary-DHrewt P^rsouaBev it is tbrowing stones ^t kjrs, tflbowB that the German wail, j I^t. Hon. R. L. Borden. Borden: has his faults, but ha is mighty 6ane;,tom-pared-with Hughes', who is so p6ff|d up -with egotism, that he is trying |o Itis , dictate to England as well as Auitria-- ^lla. :HugheB is a;Joke -with the |nc|t wHWai^ it^ihe';prltV* people. Oatfad^s premier. Km. the other hand, is h1ghs(y respected. ' wMcb waa the first sign of life of the Mw-born OerntBa Oofernmant, has not aiXHued any large amount of com-paaslon In the United S^es. muarked ^averywheret^^iiRt' ~ G ,, . , dlploiBacy, ^'em tr:b^i(,.t^is.icM propasonda, knew that the All^d leaders, from Premiers Clemenceau amdi Lloyd George and President Wilson down to the wise country editors all nlori gained 160. ^ The ,yot'eis. for, councillors -resulted as' iollow.s: /3.-.A.. Mercer, 303; a: Miller, 231; D.-iT. Fowler, 213; D. R. Toomer, 160; J. H. Bridge, 158; A. Coleman, 119. School trustees: Jas, Parkinson, 238; J. H. Turner, 231; C. .Jensen, 201; A. .Merkiey,' 190;-T.:J. Davis,; 158; O; Blumel,- 32; Mrs.. Bennion, 81. The retiring -councillors 'are'Harold Wlood, E. Pingree Tanner and J. B. prbblein'of the future relations tO^one Campany seir-governing states �^ f'*^'^-"''"^''''^ sels, each of 4,35e"ton.s. aciifauYouj a �-of orga-n'lzation .^vlll ; Four ypung people, Mi.i]itjgjl,this/,clam;., OirM appeal�the5�^w.^Yofk' World reWiiitloa and iftiock ot defeat, shorn ^aj^ilrien of Its clumsiness.". To many fibtW^rrers this "propaganda" is im-. ,is�/ . g^.^g opening gun of. Ger- di-vidiial's owu ends. W!hen Neal Dow preached a oermon agalast the wearing of high hats In church, he took as a text the Scriptural expression, "Top not, oome down," leaving nut bars, chocolat.a,. nuts, .cocoa, pencil,- tabJet, E'oap and, towel, :and rtum-erous other things. The avticltes were donated by tbti town peopld, The sweaters and socks and trench caps were knit by the .Red Cross' ladlee and school girls. The balance of the articles not needed Cor the soldiers' parcels were Kent tp the sanitarium BROTHER OF JUD IN TROUBLE Wentworth County �'Couu.cll went on his hewrers ,to, discover that thev-text at Frank, Alberta. "This box contained CMatt: 14:l"/) really'reads: "Lcft'fiilm 21 frnit cakes, oahdy, gum, chocolate that Is on the house top not oome find many other things which will no , , , . * , doubt help to make the returned vet- ACjjmZ Bq. axe.negro convicted of erans-enjoy ChrisUpap, "-'=*. . ;; stealing, just-itied hlrfiself by quoting from the New Testament: "Let tilg'". .--' VEAyE-,PEXftQ^RAO.>'. -'^T ihi^stole, st.a..;,wheroas the ^ief ^S^';^!^^^^^'^^, reads.., "Let liimi that stole, stea^ ao according,to the Aftonposten. ..The more." In like manner our Serip- new's^aper'reports'ialfio'tfekt'Denin^rtJ;' tural pacifists quof.a only single'^fl i the last of the neutral countries "to ' continue relations- with-the Bolpho- detached sayings. In order to give a certain plausibility to their plaims. viki government, is about to. .sever them. , - J r . ;V y,, . �.....-. , , t V V Oil t W Ui Lii ^-^UUin-J v..vui,,.^,* ,,vi,v,v... �' WjINNIPE^, mo^ IS-rCharged AylUi record as opposed to sending any fur- graih - storage ftftket forg^les'ex- ther Canadian, troops to Russia and tending over %ight years, G.--'..A, demanded that.the drafts already sjpnt Brown, formerlyj-manager of tlie:JDo- bo recalled. The council objects to �njinlon, Elev-atbr- Company, and Canada interfering In the affairs of brother of Judge "Brown,_ of Saskat- any other country. chewan, will appgBr in Brandon police court next Wednesday. Biaid to .a sequel to ,the Pierfton Elevator' fci'ase" b'e'fbro .'/'the courts last year,'-ln which from i|0OO to,,1,200 farmers,, werp involved';,i to tlik',.:ext.ent. flt ntof�i .:tjhan , $50,t)0O, whi^ " was : sett^Ba:, ojjf. of ;^cour|.'. I';/, c; � . ". i [7!i ,7?.ii!.', y. Secretary ari'fflth, of the high com-ulssloner's oflloR. gave a dinner Mn-London welcoming F. C; Wo;rte as igont-general for British Oolumbla/und t Sv^*? ceremony %t'�etfied-at- the ifre?: Untation -of-the-Victoria- Cross fafe today by SlV3.^we� Alkena to atfrs. �Jessie Talt, widow of Lieut Tali H OW M ANY YA R D S 0 F SI U lr�9ie]icsut-lio,slof^ich all the i[^JJig^p7?�, , t1tin,-c!J'?;^e^sia,'^scs, lieartbuni aiid msgM Don't ^iJ^S-^'S^sw^ ti'.; 'Cll;. .i'-fiSMD ' ; -"'-'---..........-......- GostSsJittlc, 'at �i"afry--'arijg* stol-d.' Eat favorite foods without fear. UPSET-? Papers I>iapepsiii SSi^fi? ;