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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I PECEMBMl The Ustening Post Of IriWrut tci Mi The tact which ntAlruts mil most rienrly In connection question of liind IB that there Is latuiftt prenent avail ublf for tho An equally es tablished millions of the nccns agricultural In the Domln ion arc alienated trflia public owner liy on 01 ny corporatWns and The question as to how these idle acrns shall be recoyered for lie Is a problem be longs to our haVe a vfiry deep rotlirneil imvo r interest In the scheme which must be rvolvnd for this and tlie up of whatever process maj too finally Our a men who havo foucht for this conntij Is a very simple We mere claim that a sufficiency of the siacKe which havo been lyinR dormant In unproductive shall be thrown open for according to the stated Intention of the Govern in order that all veterans who desire to take up farming may be en iibled to do so with some hopes of suc in other wo wish to see the Soldier Settlement of put Into working and its rainon accomplished as sft out In the which states It to ho An Act to assist returned soldiers settling upon tlie and to increase agric ultural It is Inconceivable that fufther ex emption should bo afforded to the owners of Immense tracts of unused until such time as the labor and energy of surrounding settlers has increased Its If the Govern menfs that food will win the was really believed by Its spon It is a peculiar fact that required amendments to the Soldier Settlement Act could not be made by Many wider enact ments havo been perpetrated under this form of a number ot which strucTc at the very root of hum an liberty and Personal lib hitherto most sacred and Inviolable human not been exempt in the process of welding the power and resources of the nation into the set purpose of But while n policy of work or tight has been adopted for the manhood of one hundred thousand men have been drafted Into the army as a con sequence of national no cor responding policy has been devised to deal With Canadas secondary Rrcnt Land settlement cnunot bo brought by any Hchemo of protlling merely land and a the three mlddlowost intftaMtt the only territory upon rhleh Is roqulred and clo even though there bo ovei btrtv itiHHon Idle anros eiiaible to railway triinflfortatlon Much careful thought thiAt be o Ae detallrt which essential t bin great The particular need of each province drsirous of re its own veterans tho topo conditions which rcqum varying fuiAmonta need of agricultural t u provision oHwch features A Hocla llfp as are If womenf6lk are to bV induced to throw in with the settlers and many Other necoHsary features be idered and provided It permanent IIFJULH SEED OATS FOR SOUTH JUERTH MORE WORKERS order ncouncll auth orising the puVchaslna com mission to quired In Alberta and In the United States and providing that the oats purchased not subject to the payment of It is estimated that three and onehalf million bushels of seed oats will be BluriuM settlement is Referring hack to that practically ntf agricultural lands anat present for the Uov ernments we wish to point out the exact conditions of lie situation have long been known to the In the Economic Development under the chairmanship of Sir n conducted an investigation suited in an report dealinK with available distance from and the acreaBe with held irorn production by Bpeculativo companies and individuals This nort included many charts mid dia and cost the public treasury many thousnnds of yet has been from ho ublie which paid for Hie Soldier Settlement enacted several months to this re port cannot be according to becaiwo no lands are Definite promises havo been made Governmont that provision ivililrtbe made for such vitorans as to take up The stumbling block that now prevents S promises from being ap uears the very speculative inter ests wlfl have over been the curse of x The returning against ill lias so faithfully and courag eously upheld the highest interests and honor o is now looking for some signs of reciprocal 430 Allen liner Corinthian has just stranded on the northwest ledge of Brier Steamers are leaving here to go to her The which is a stcnmer of tons was last reported as having sailed from London on November 22 for HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR Hudsons Bay is giving away a Victory Bond for tne nearest EXPRESS mm T l f I the civil service federation gave the following statement today i Tho labor rtepnrtmrn a i showing the preKence in I tho during month of November of 23 strikes atioctliiK 4 i o persona and involving los of i working 1 may Interest the public and the government to that the days lost in a way dramatic mough to re oeive the monthly attention of labor department arc probably not to be contemplated in seriousness witTT days lost in niiuuf here and months th rough general le ting down that inllows dissat isfaction on the part of large group of The of i conditions Mich I possible Is all the surprising when is the ol irtavs lost in this way falls rn tlrely upon than I If tho dissatisfaction by cixu isprvants has decreased thir activities bv only onetwentieili during llio j month of Xovembir I mrornoCllnearlV should add days to tlie 0 84 days above In private employment competition with others would thegovern to consider the removal ol the for so serious a drain upon flu public in public employ ment cUpetition with common or a flCTlre to follow the prc of making the government the should accomplish cable In th naional roumll of tho advisos that owing to Iho o Ked Triangle service on board In transports briiiRlng the anadian troops the overseas militia in London lias tho Appointment ot Ight additional sfjiitutives for this ilramn of the Konluiky feud re i wbicli wi1 be at Htarlaml on ami T ay is the grand i the I Sho boian ho theatrical career and Utter played tho edn She in In Her P AT THE Logs will br Ih lloberi Case Inn heitt distill She warfeatured with Warwick In Tho AiTV1 Modern Otliollo and Tho She starred in Tho Her M i inu ly Mor st iv rounded Ax Manila the society girl who into tho mountain feud regions In end avor liy cducaHon to uplift Hi tern live ofthe she Is most am alitiK mid that her aleul as an aofrovi her lo be amour tlii of I lie I i was excellent material for a play and with theauth dramntue II accorded is now stage I shn is ahly supported by oxen and an excellent farmon of tlie Klondike Is a most unusual picture both from tho View point of plol construction and Imprfis ivo scenic Thero re storms afld rain and night which make it iiitwuieljr tle The production te full of rndlilnodod notion from beginning lo and the story carries fin iihcre of aflvnnlure and groat biK gamble for love Uinplnoss and the power to posses which instills npirlt of romance has caused thousands of roits men and women to penetrate desert country of tho midnight The leading Is porlrayed by Miss Williams in a manner that both convincing and Tonight for tho last the en trancing production For Hnubfi ml a urlng rharllB AT THK The show the Colonial Theatre will be one of I lie biggest am Saturday nifOn shows ever t cents for ail big vaudeville feature will ho the merrv musical fare A amilv In which the clevd Colonial PUyors excel previous an attraction tonight Pnnei and Hovon will be seen in melodrama Inder a wonderful short drama A Woman of France and music will mi plcto the Noima Talmadge comus to the ol niilal on Monday in picture Her Only AT i star of Her the thrilling mid trueto one dramas AT THE of ihc mosl and gripping the vast and with action ami unsurpassed in Hi fliry f Us heautifnl settings is Carmen of Hie Kloni I dike which will be shown Ihrt I Kmpross I beat re for I wo com nieicinir Them are liiicl anil startling in tho pic ture and there is not a moment in tho seven reels that Is marked the tension of The lead ing role is played by Clara Williams some signs of reciprocal aml 1Jnited responsible and democratic action tflltts it I on the part of the Government in this expressed in America mportant 4iio8t1on is expected with out of wit cut further modern ideas of PIOKITMB is self is grasping In International uUi i i nti n en MAY WEAH MASKS wearing of the innoculatiou of the aAd tho careful attention to THE LETHBR1DGE SINCE 1840 THE NORDHEIMER For 7S years Canadas leading Cash or Agents for Steinway Assiniboia Music 315 6th Street 1544 COLONIAL BIGGEST SATURDAY NIGHT SHOW IN TOWN TONIGHT AND PHOTOPLAYS 10e and all are the chief points m the Uon at the board of health on Friday and which are intended for the better health of the city of Chiropractic Be of Chiropractic There are only In the times that The School of Cbiro 42M27 or call on JUNE SMITH CHIROPRACTOR 903 SEVENTH AVENUE WRITE FOR FREE BOOKLET London newspapers express then cordial greetings to upon his arrival in From general encomiums the passes on an earnest plea for cordiai lasting friendship between area and the United It with modern ideas 01 Knitgrasping in international mfaiis and is approaching the pence cou ferenee in that Great Britains aims in tlie the Times aro no more than the Monroe AS the vishcs of the people arc and there is safety in welcome America as one of tho executive trustees of the con e of repudlatins the suggestion tish is as bad as German the Times If America can show a way m which the navy can better discharga a duty to human liberty we would consider it all the more wIllliiBlyJu ctruse it was advocated by Regarding hints that England is only half in sympathy with 11 league of it explains I the very idea is as fcngiisn as can i The paper concludes by coming the president because ho breaufes a bvcath of liberty from tho new world and he conies m the most if not the most role of a kind FOR THE WINTER SESSION 15th AT STARLAND SPEAKER X SACRED SUNDAY EVENING CONCERT COLONIAL THEATRE NEXT SUNDAY EVENING SILVER COLLECTION TUESDAY EVENING DNLY THE BRITISH NMIY UNDER THE AUSPICES OF NAVY 35c and 20c PARTICULAR WOMEN Who want the In cleanliness and qualities insist on having Model Bakery Bread Phone 1175 the Rig SCHWEITZER i Number 51788 MAJESTIC TWO NIGHTS STARTING License Number 51788 STATIONERY AND BOOKS Aft STAND OUT SUPREMELY AS AGGEPTHBLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS nln hand uicUed fttul tllO the matter of selection the hooka Uo band picked and the stationery is exquisite design and The Twentieth Century Book Store 514 4th Avemie rkmt 613 MOVING We have outgiowu our premises and will move and bo THIRD AVENUE We will endeavor to serve you better with EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE PAPER RULING AND BOOK BINDING EVERALL CRANKS 4th and 8th Phone Block remove j misuiHlersUindlng on the sugar dor the food hoard has issued a plementary What is now i permitted follows l MauuVacturiiiB ot icins Ul of sugar in Henuu cakes and biscuits lor pri vate Normal service ot sugar in public eatiiiB What will be purmitieil on Jau Use dt while granulated sugar in I Purchase of KURar without iniL certificate or I ci rse of shsar in trade manu canned sweet chocolate table syrups and the like medicinal soft condensed milk and ice What is still under restriction Use of hutter NO WASHYSLOPPY i PEACE LONDON Auck land who spoke1 night at comparing the peace policies of the Coalition government and the Labbr said the polivy of a strong peace advocated by Lloyd George was contrasted by the policy of a weak peace of Arthur If the coun try concluded a weak peace gen erations to come would repent the weakness with blood and The said Sir would embark upon the schemefin his WORLD STRIKE SAN Amalgamated Association of Steel and Tin Workers In the War ren steel district have sent out an appeal all labor bodies throughout the world participate in a strike on behalf of ThofBas beginning Jlay li the International Workers Defence I League was informed here I Your Xmas Festoons Lamps Beforeour supply is as we only have a limited supply We have a nice selection of Dining Room Come early and make your selec A small deposit will hold them tot a WE ARE ALSO CONTRACTORS FOtt THE ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION IN THE CARDSTON WHICH IS COST ING OVER ONE MILLIOfJ AND THERE IS NO BETTER ELECTRICAL IN STALLATION IN CANADA i I Lart Tonight PAULINE FREDERICK IN TOL3TOV8 RESURRECTION AND FATTY ARBUCKLE IN THE COOK THE VERY FUNNIEST TWOREELJ THECOMEDY EVER SHOWH IN i MONDAY AND TUESDAY HENRY MILLER ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN IN 1 A MARVELOUS PROOUC OF KENTUCKY i ALICE HAYNE8 as and a New York Cast and 60c Saturday Matinee Orchestra Entire Balcony A3 WE HAVE ARRANOEO TO AN EIGHT REEL PICTURE OP THE 1 BRITISH NAVY TUESDAY THE MANCE ON MONDAY WILL BE CON TINUOU8 FROM TO SO THAT HANDS UP COLONIAL NEXT TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NORMA TALMADGE IN HER LATEST SELECT PICTURE Electric Co HER ONLY WAY BMATALMADO rhe Story of a Girl Who Found Her Only ALL Of ANY SEATS TIME COME EARLY Tor Husbands L TONIGHT U Charlie Chaplin SHOW OPENS AT MONDAY Canto ol ;