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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHHKUXiK DAILY HERALD MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, Blberta PAfLY ANp WEEKLY JTWe LETHBRIDSE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED Strait South, W, A. Buehinin President and Managing Director fohn Torrance Buslaeia Manager TILEPHONES uilnm Office Editorial'; 1252 1224 'V Subteriptloa Billy, per week Daily, delivered, per year ......51.60 mall, per jrssr ......I6.00 Weekly, by niall_per jenr......51 .BO yeeily, by null, per j-cnr to Dalea of eipfry or subEcriptloos ap- pear datly on address label. Accept- ance of papers after eiptntUm-datfl U authority to continue tba sub- scription. NOT THE TIME TO JDEASE PATRIOTIC WORK Hovr Ions before a11 the soldier boys day tho armletke was signed, and certain victory was acquired for the allied and American troops, it 'la wor- hy of notice that In March last Itwws called the "Kaiser's for was It not a foregone conclusion that vic- tory was to porcb. upon the German itandard, and did not the All Highest announce to'his Teutonic subjects that U was to he no "cod" peace that be would grant to his enemies? But ivhen tha much heralded victory did Lot materialize for the Kaiser fn March, Aprli, May or June, It was no longer called the KaUer'e battle. Count Crern'in now says that feels that "Emperor William did not want the war, .but did not know how to get out of it" In the face of the following facts, this Austrian Foreign Minister has the efirontrr to utter a sentence of this character tnd which Is plainly and conclusively proved to be falie. Mr. Gerard, the late American am- bassador to Germany, tpHs us that the Kaiser made use of tho following words publicly that tbey were published precisely as they were ut- Ured by His Imperial Majesty: "My life has been influenced by five men, Alexander the Great, Frederick the Great, Theodorlc tha Second, Julius and Napolpoo, All these mtm 1 homo? That all depends CD a of worM time required for policing and toecupvjng eneuiy iei ritoryi U w111 iiVe a longer time-than moat people if we base our calculation on jhe statistics in this regard from oth- wars. These statistics show the approii- imnte time which elapsed from the battle or armistice to the final pobillzaion ot the troops American Civil if months Franco-Prussian War. ,5 rrorcOrRusslan War ppanteh-American War (Boer War War -t nuns. 15 months 16 monhts 10 months 13 months and they railed. I hare dream of'German world conquest and I shall Furthermore, -we are told on the In- disputable .authority'of Count Czer- nin's compatriot and diplomatic con- temporary Count Karolyi that when the swatgeriug bombasElc and Insult- ing Aaatrtan ultimatum was sent to Serbia, Emperor WllHini himself In the following characterls- (Froui Our Own Row Island, Dec. De- cember 9tti must over retualu a mem- orable day Tor a few of our ambitious citizens. The elections, as was antici- pated were keenly watched and tlie results eagerly awaited, at S o'clock the final count was giren and the names ot (he successful candidates disclosed, (he crowd broke into pro- longed cheers, were handed about freely and tho night was da voted making P. M. Urallon who has -won the casern of every cit- izen during previous terms car rleil the polls by a oI.S-} voles G. coining'In 90 votes and J. W. Hurd, a reliable oU Itmer coming in Ihlrd with 73 votes T. R. Ulaitie, F. W. Drown aritf A W Fuller scored -i5, -13 and 20 n speotively. Tho three vacancies on tba Schoo' Board were by A. Wilier, US votes, li. I, Scnonert lOfl arid W. A 11 a tern an Mr, Lr. Ferne who also In lha contest woa 76 w P. W. Brown received Only re tered votes. Many friends will be .glad to-learn ot the recovery of Mr. Qeo. Bodell has been confined to bis on-Firs Avenuo since Monday last. Mr. Bedel expects to leave tor fabar, (omprro' to resume his duties. Mr. ami ilra. J. W. Hurd reached home from on-SIonday. Dr. J. H. Patterspai, Vho has bee relatives In'Saskatchewan fo In the light of these figures. U jieems probable, that it' will be at Jpast a year, and perhaps longer, be- fore the last of our troops are mus- tered out of service, and longer than that tf it should bo uecaesary, aa likely, to maintain garrisons !n.Europe for the purpose German, Austrian, and Russian people to bnlld up constitutional denv upon the ruins which their pntoeratks despots have made. :t should not overlook our Red and other patriotic services. will be required for months yeL iUgh the boys are not fighting they lervmg and lauat Ttot .be forfat- by the folks at home. .ic styla: "I will enow the world I no puppet. will make the -whole universe tremble with "terror." Ot dear, yes! Emperor of Germany wanted psace, and Emper- or Charles; of Austria wanted peace, when they had seen the handwriting on the wall, which printed inevitably to the-downfall and destruction of their but when they were jnebrfafed In 1914 with military pow- er, when tha prodigious military strnc- B. which had taken 40 years to erect, was in the opinion of the bias- ing bnllving potentates who ruled the destinies oMhV German'and Aus- tro-Hungarian Empires had attained the machine-like perfce then noU-lthstanding all tli tali gists, the says distinctly and clearly that they wtrited and nothing but war. Cotmt Czernin further says that the Kaiser could riot bring his pind to relinquishing the German hold of'-Ai- eace-Lornine, as the German people would 'hot ahle to reconcile a Ger man Victory with the loss of rich and the past few weefca, arrived o Friday, The sympathy of many i extended Mrs. L, A. Oatrum and Mis McGue In. the loss Uw dom ibe milaily itiJb' loud or toft it, yxMir iwtaot (laiic. No excwe now hi not enjoying tUi whoJ-yMrk nM been denied before, ___ in tad let in how you on own Muoo Ritck Have-Music in your home this Christmas- Music that will be a pride and joy to all the Mason Risch Playtr Piano BALMORAL BLOCK, FIFTH .STREET 1U complete recovery who was critically -reeks Chas has moved hi dwelling from his spent farm into town, and will Broadway hereafter. Mr. J. H. Prowse Friday here. Public Meetings Still Under Ban BICKED UP IN FOR THE BDSV MAN Two'illicit still f found on farms in the irma district cost the admitted owners flOO and costs added. The stills were orade affairs, ago he became Insane and arrange- ments were him trans- ferred to the medical hospital. The first fatality of the big game hunting- occurred about 80 miles north of Edmonton, when Jas, Mclnnis, of >js accidentally' shot by'his companion and fellow sportsman, Charles Main- hood, also a resident of the Opal dis- trict. Mclnnis' brother, Dougall, wan the King's for rifle shooting at Bis ley a few years ago. Some interesting figures have been by'the Alberta military au- of Scott n tie consisting ot Caief Juitlom at4 laid it down as V.a Court ud have "There Is no doubt tbat believing in the guilt of apothw, and lies! ring only tha ent jays a chart themselves to "be and their IniidKrai ins falsehool. Lloyd George and ufl nefarious intrigues are to Balfour had repeatedly made to the world, intrigues which. irere fundamentally the 'origin cause of this world war, then the guilty rones commence to exonerate themselves, and lay the re- sponsibility of their violation of the Uwa of humanity upon the other fel- low. In 'Count Czernin's discussion of the icatter In question, he puts the UtJDfi on Ludendorff, England and j Trance, for the continuance of the So far as Lad endorff I s Concerned, we are fully cognizant of fee fact tbat "he and his military as- were confident that the tre- troops at a certain point In France in March liii numbering about half a million of the J pick of the German army to J were opposed at that particular 7 jtot About of the number of fcUsh anil French troops, would have lie effect of dividing the entente frrc- n and that Paris and the Channel i ports "would taken, tfce end oi the Trtr and victory for T> tte GtfTman army foUow as a come- quence ot the colMsal'drivt. Luden- j dorff, we were told, was prepared to ncrifice men to attain this figantic re salt. We know that Ln- was ulttmfctetj 'oiie-i in hli asplratloiK, by the genius of 3fonhal Foch, who decoyed the Qer- auq war lords to their fate. When he R. McGrejir have morcil for'. the' -.Tflater inonthp The many friends JKiirard Murray who nas rqnfbveiTto Coleman en Jlcnrtay last, where a auc'cf ul operation has been ha sincerely pleased 'that 'her condition is very fayprable.; A .com- plete and sBeefly recovery is.hdpeJ for. Dec are glad fo be to report thai mccf of the flu are making satis friends who were "so eagerly .awaiting his early return. Many friends will .regret to learn ot the illness ot Mrs.. H. Wares 'and join with us in wishing1 for he-'r an early and complete restoration o health. A meeting of the-M'.W.A.-'la eallec for Monday, Dec. providing ban are Mrs. C. Hoaglin Is spending 'the week end, the guest of Mra.-J. Darling, Medicine Hat. Mr. Jno. Sellers bas been spending the week in town renewing acquaint- ances. Mr. W. Potter is reported to be ill with influenza. Mr. C. Tomllnson: of Calgary spent Thursday here. Mrs. Slorley Bowen left tha begin- ning of the week for Calgary, -where she intends remalnlng-for some weeks Mr. R.. S. Beattle was the host ot a very enjoyable stag party .on Monday evening] of Falrview. Jtrmt- still demic, Ing among the more recent sulfeiera. All other meetings are (or the pres Dr. Herre J. fonguard, Sask., rnonla, .was buried closed on .a'ccouut of the epi-' was the youngest brother of George its principal, Mr. srprrow, W. Robertion, principal of JIcDougall j: High school, Edmonton. complain of trainees' be-j leglsUiure to pass legislation for ill throogh tfierreTlval 6( medical and dental inspection in the en.t closed for the same cause. The Labor will ask the Saskatchewan ing very da: _ the but eipect that the approach schools, the eipense to he raised by ol the festive season will soon levying ot a'tax similar to the a big stimulus to trade. Mrs. Parker Carruthers and her little daughter. Margaret, are on a-viait to_TeiaUves Sask. We hear that the trnalees oE the Sherburn schobl. have accepted the resignation o( the teacher, Miss La and decided not to open again j this year. It will ba with sincere] regret that many wjll of Miss f La Coste's departure, for'srid has done good .TCork as a and i were 535 'defaulter: to register under the act. At Toronto vlhe announcement has been rhade that, In recognition.of Ihe high cost of living and in appre1 elation of services, tha Swift Canadi- an Company, will make a 'tieoree tlielr BalaT employees (or a period of six months, euding November 2, 1518. The bonus will be paid to those who have been In the servicd from April 29, 1918, until dale of payment. of tke any. Inquiry whatever he liable to an .even thcpxh- reinlt of his inquiries would abown him his mlsUke. Brig.-Cen. R. F." Mauler C., M.G., D.S.O recently agent LgUad is a ill district. general for Ontario (n brilliant soldier may claim as une of ner riiflaentB lays the Fort Prior to the war mi ary secretary to J J fi M P for Thunder Bay and WM Vfejl known both In fort William fttA Port Ar thur.v He has done fwe- axcelient been decorated with the 6 M G The D.S.p.'he won ts t young captain in company has plants-at id .Calgary. q a decided favorite with and old. .On Wednesiimy, the llth instant, the. home of -MrV Merrill Murphy, seven, miles .nbVtheast of Grassy Lake> a quiet but Very "pretty wedding patriotic fund tax. The Calgary' Industrial Exhibition company is being sued for damages by 5Ir. and Mrs. F. E. Pohst, of Gleichen for Injuries alleged to have sustained by the fail of a spectators' "stand on the exhibition grounds July. 'johnu.Lee, probably one of the best cowmen in the southwest and hero of- Kane Gray's famous novel, !'The HIdera of the Purple and younf anotiier man were found dead In his cabin at Red San Juan ccunly, In allowing the appeal in the Ibe South African wsr HOW MANY OP ilLKINE ARE IN OUR, (HOW WINDOW Rylands k Co. are givtuf twty'i Fur Coat worth Tftt for the..nearest estimatf, 'AJto1 three Bother valuable A eonpon '-with every sale of fl CO or ovtr Utah. L Property privately owned Mackenzie-Mann Intere'ets by th in Port took place, when -Mr. Andrew; Arthur, waich-was not taken over by bell, of Piirpte Springs district, and the government with the C. N. R., Is Mias Zelma'HlKir, of Taber, assessei at by the city for united In (narrlige-' by 'the Kef. [the punxxe of taxation, and the George H. min-' firm's tax bill will amount to ister Miss Claraja yetr, it Is estimated. ____ Murphy acted :bridesraaid, while ana. la'spenrtlng the week here. I Mr. "john A. Black, brother of The farm formerly maaaged-by Mr.'-'" ti> examine, the hangings about tha i Alex. Murray has been rented to'Mr. fireplace or on the Christmas tree. So that when ws are now j Sir. Motherwell has resigned; no; j eady to strike the series of blows ultimately settled the fate of tJM world, he made Cudendottf, Hin- 4enbarg and tho rest of the German genii look like the commonest told by Count Crernin that tcrrfl stood opposed to dooht- i if correct for it remained for Kmlwr and his staff to get the fl irvrlM pt lives when Foch his offensive on July 13 rcliwpbfeed it until the Service is a helpful watchword at this season ot the year. We shouldn't hesitate to serve the eick. the weak and the unfortunate of our fellows. The old line need not take encouragement out ot the Sas- katchewan developments. It Is true Pitt Mr. Adolph Swennnnuon Is spend- ing a few (lava In Ross of Coloman.waa.a weefe end gues! here. .....i Mrs. Springle enteriatned, the Grand- lea Red' Cross socfety. on Thursday afternoon. The sympathy of many friend? is extended Mrs. C. Hoaglin, In the loss of her slater, Mrs. J. Slsslons of Heher City, Utah. Bow Island is going to be able to '.-boast of a' bride, "was 'best 'man. the I The publta Is reminded by the post- office department that remittances to After. the ceremony the guests .were1 members ot the Canarflun army corps! enteitained ai "a Very Una breaXfast now, Into .Germany should 1 by Mr. and Mrs. Merri'.t Murphy, made, by means of postal -notes, who ss boat and hostess were be obtained at any post- ity itself. couple In their new life Morning Star -fichool Is losing Us teacher with the close of the yea Use Robins having decided to fe- offlce, and not u of postoffice orders, which were cashed In French civil to dato rink this year. ts njs--D-cen mncn beojnee he doesn't like Union several tiraca satisfactory Oovermnent as becanse Premier Mar-1 resulta. oM .lot come out and slam the _ Ottawa Government, Mr. M M w- from CAmp Borden, Toronto, or! lie received his official discharge tin let Mr. Molherwell null rather' from tho R.A.F. service and has been than meet hie demand. Tha Is sig- i Bantt ?f to their Sask., branch; Mr. Irirth left today for YorVlon. By haiglng hhnselt-to the top bsr cell with a slrlp .of blanket, John Walsh, a life termer at Westminster penitentiary, committed sign her work and return toMhe old. 3rfctit. Walsh tent from Fernle, country, where her parents reside, (where'he was'sentenced to life im- GERMAN" PRINTERS STRIKE BERLIN'. Friday, Dec. Zel-j tnng Amraltlag and the afternoon edl-, tlons ol the Tageblatt ud Vosslsche] Zeltung did not publish today, because prisonment for murder. A short tioie MANY IN THE JAR? of a strike made by the men in the composing om The Hudson's Bay Co. Is giving away a Victory Bond for the eatlmate. You Knpw Ivory When yon buy a cake, of Ivory Soap you know it is pure and good Yov, know because it has been pure and good fcrf 39 years and has a priceless reputation to maintain. well to place your tnUt in Ivory., It gives you everything a soap can give and nothing to irritate the tcnderest, skin. 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