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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETimniDGE DAILY HERALD' TUF.SDA-Y, DECEMBER IctbbrtSflt. Blbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors ind Publishers THE LETHBRI'DGE HERALO PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED 6th Slnel South, Lelhbrldot W, A. Freildent and Managing Director loin Tprranca Business Manager TELEPHONES Office Edltorlif 1252 1224 Subicrlptlon tute.i: per week Dally, delivered, per year Dilly, by mall, per year Weekly, oy mall, per year .15 .57.60 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S..13.0C Dates of eiplrv pi subscriptions ap- jear dally on label. Accept ince of papers otter expiration dale 1 jur authority "to- 'continue die' "sub- scription. ater Available lor Irrigation In South- rn will be.utlllied, by allow- ng the farmers of Oliver dlslrlcls how uccerisfully the general business of n Irrigation district can be conduct- d. Imagine a dry Sweet Grass, niposslble. It Is Montana goes dry Decfiuui-r Slsl. 'his may mean a much longer trail or the bootlegger. The Calgary papers are thinking wet these days. They all onjoy oh- tervlng Ihit Black Md will bo the dry council Ihero this year. Lord'' Beiverbrook advises young .neu to keep out of politics, ir they follow hlfi advice In a generation we vrlll only have women in politics. "Big Liquor Scandal In D. C. Brow- reads an Edmonton headline. If the brewing only brings more strong browed stuff certain B. C. people will be happy about the scandal. PTE. ALFRED EMMERSON A Leihbrljge man who was klllct In action, rte. Kiiimerson enlisted with tlio 50th Battalion, 'of Calgary Ho was formerly nt the-Merchants Hank elaff here, and before enllsllng wafi employed with- Decker Yatea P.AMERICAN M. D. ADVOCATES THE MASH At a medical convention.In Chtcag Dr. Woods Kulchinson of New Vorl uld that gauze masks'and vacc.tn jvere about tho only successful melh Ids ot tlgMIng Influenza. He de- that quarantines and the clo: jig of all. public meeting places ijer rcllo of with no valu whatever. "With everyone wearing ussks in San Francisco." safd Dr. ilutchinson. "Ihe number of cases.of influenza was brought lay down to 300 a day within'six days, ind business went, ahead'as usual. They vaccinated there -.with ijinost no deaths-among-those thus Immunized." -The se'r'vea tb control ct .whooping cough, and Sari p'r.' Who says the world hasn't chang- ed as a result of the war. bet- ler'evidence of. a. change than the al- tijude of old time Unionists 'loward the House ol Lords in Great Britain. The Crown Prince of Germany cp- pressed a wish to visit Canada after the .war .ended. The London Adver- tiser that he should be en- tertained by locking him up In same room with the editor of the Tor- onto Telegram. A wealthy Greek has left his entire foriunV'a'mounting lo two and a half Hutchlnsen and. sbould.prevenl Epidemics'of .other diseases like scar- let the germs are cirried Iho rnbse and throat. STfHEET i.- iSgenerml.-: movement :up- railway. Mo.at- "haK idTaieei Ihe '.'rale and ,-Win- ijpeg'itad'jrorqnto sireet railways are a_iimilar eiep. -The Tor- qthi Dec. Vienna- Cm the go' eminent of Poland his been rccognl oil by nil tho allied powers In ojder t deal with the situation hi Belaud, Gen Joseph PUsudski, the mUltury head o tba present government, told Hie CO respondent today. Gen.'Pllsudskl opposed by some groups on tho groun that he Is a Socialist, b'jt he saysYaa he is a Democrat. AVhen .only .1 liDi: dollars io the govern1 meat. .Here "is mn example for some ot our This coua- hfs persecutions by Russians ha him to many Piles.. JUs a: ceslors- belonged to th? nobititjV hi his long association wit1] those wl opposed Russia has causeo r-somu fry-needs tho money more than they Pole3 to declare that he is unsafe to The World's Greatest Entertainer Best Gift. do .lie think. mUlionaires, some people The' Germans tremble at the possi- bility, ot BolsheVisiu control In that counlrj-. The evil, they-created to ruin Russia and break up. the allied powery "may now' he tho1 ruin of Ger- nany ilaelfl Gerniflny. must "be soon .was able to it Thp where It will .be .willing conduct the soveroment. Gen. PKsudski, he is the mili- tary head oi Ihe government, signs ill government decrees and la cousldured Ihe civil head also. Tho Polish Irauer Is a slightly hullt, nervous man, bent wilh ill-health, but keeps to his post for long hours.-One moulh after.be return.ed-froru.solitary coniicienicnt-in a German-prison, he able to ejpel the German gover- to pl-ils ter- rible Mr. JlolhefirelVa onjy- eicuse, ing. ile'htets In his correspondence with the Premier that certain legts- d an hn'said, "to avoid the danger of civil war and to guarantee the frontiers against Qolshe- vviki over the of -Germa'n troops and particularly of Ihe army of Gen. IJoffmaan. .lule a incnacs unless we get help from tho allies. We have some' sup- plies, which, were taken irpm the Ger- mans when'they retired. Jare.t scroral cocfplalnis During Hie anxious dragging months that have been passing, what a- wonderful solace and comfort the Victrola has been .In the home as veil as in the far .distant dugouts behind the lines of battle it has rendered an immeasurable giving pea4e.of mind, courage, even joy and exhilaration that could be gained through HO other channel, it has soothed the sorrows of grief stricken mothers and' families, and bolstered up- (hie battered nerves of the wearied warriors during the breathing spells between the battles. No matter svhere thexVictroln has been heard, whether in the qruiet solitude of one's own home, or in the tempestuous area of the world's great conflict, it lias brought 'cheer and consolation. It brings Io you the world's greatest artists, choirs, and bands, orchestras, and soloists of renown entertainers humorous, and VICTROLAS and Up dance music that awakens in you the full Joy of Hvi If you hove no Victrola yon are losing a marvelous are denying yourself the companionship ofthegreatest entertainer in the world. May .we'iipt demonstrate the Victrola for you and explain how easily you may become the happy owner of one for Christmas? We have specialized in the sale of the Victrola for can give you unequalled Victrola and Victor Record service. THE BEST PLACE TO. VICTROLA AND VICTOR RECORDS. "HOME OF THE VICTKOU" Favorite Victor Records lit Tut. SulhrYfirfiiitri Sfli'.a'i Ofthtltil Insult I. frit aid rcTral. Hilir Tttl Up. llrd'ij Cti-Sttj, llcltf Itlirj M BRANCH STORES .BALMORAL BLOCK, FIFTH STREET, LETHBR1DGE "h'ig'her.hefe States latlon thai is to. be Introduced io the (arei j SastalchswaT r.ol ac- ngainat-Gen. Thel lat'eMs tji-''con- CiitiSio.ii-'him. -lie does not men- first is mat the Germans prerented tioa It IE troops-from: crossing LA v. -.ithe frontier arid organizing trie Poles stood .to. deal the teaching >at yiina. Minsk, and elsfirtero against elusion, to from' Ihe'.fol- 'lowlng; -J '.'In three cities of the .millet- States lOc fare is In .one.clij- (he lares are Sc; in five, lOc. al night and 5c An the day; in 33 cltfesr 7c iB'Charged; In In 'the ijeritral zone with additional- charges for ouUlde; in 11 cities, 5c wllh addl- tjonar charges; in S3 cliles a 6c fa're is _ ___ Vmong tn'e cities in tho1..-English langnaBe scbooU. In Ihe second place tion Tho Regina Leader does not agree !Lh..Mr! "Molhenrell _that .it is the is charged are .Philadelphia. .Kansas j duty of Prpmier, Martin, and the Sas- Clly, Dnlfalo. Portland, Ore.; Neir Ha- Ten, Scranlon, Fall RlTer, Bridgeport, S'ew Dedford, Lowell, Hartford, Head- ing, Lynn, Lawrence. Falls. A 7c fare Is charge'd in Wilmington, 'i Sc, io 7c fare In PittEbnrgh, a 7c fare is'charged DF and Boston Street Railway, and it'ls stal- ed that this is only a partial list of In which EC and 1c lares pre- '.vall. S'ew York, Chicago, Baltimore, Albany and a fen scora other cities hare applied for 6c fares, and doubtless the applications will. In :a'large number of cases, be granted. MAY HELP TO OVERCOME DIFFICULTIES Hitherto. ElipEQty] methods hare pre- Talled in the dlatribution ot Irrlga- 'ition water in the irrigation dlEtricl east of the cly. The company deliver- ed so mnch water at the head gates of a lateral, and practically said to the farmers along the ditch to scrap it out among themselves for a dlvisloa _____________ r' roubles. This has In much suffering for the Polish' .population there and the burning of-houses-and "file army of Gen. Hoffmann breaks kafchefwan Government, to take" a 1 up there is danger that th'e' 200.000 stand against Union Government BS men- in U vrill drift over bur frontiers, v i robbing ami causing disorders. 'The such. The Saskatchewan Govern- Gcrmans are "inciting antagonistic. ele- ment may, and no doubt will as occa- 1 ments in Poland and are creating sign arises, the Leader says, take is- 1 trouble in Posen, (CJerman sue" with Union Government in re- gard to certain questions and on cer- lafn policies, Just It did no! al- are taking an offensive" atlltude lo- ivard the popuiallon-with the. result lhat I have been compelled lo send ways see eye lo eye with former lo various ernmenls at Ollava, both Liberal and Conserratire, Dut even in the days of the old Bordeo Government, Saskatchewan's. Premier and katchewan's Government never took the position iu the Legislature, thg Leader points-, out, that that Gorcrn- ment should fonhrviti.-be elected from offroe." t the watery The aclibn-of lhe. bridge Water. Users asEactalloff in de- 'ctdlng to form diilncts; under -lhe Tr- rlfitlon DlJlrlct''Act 'ol Jillerta Is therefore a step In the right direction. Under Ihls plan an official appointed ty lhe fnrmeri Ihemselres will un- dfrtilte tiie'dlifTlDuiJoii of the water, iad In HU Tray'lt will he assure! (hat The London Times records tia re- I tlrement of many well known persons from the Brllisti House ol Commons. The "Father" of the House, Mr. Burl, who has sat.for Morpeth ever since] 1S71. Is not seeking, re-election. -Lord I Claud.Hamilton is not standing again. He actually flr.il relumed for Derry CHr In 1S65, when Palm'erston was' prime Mfnlslcr, but his member- snip of the House'has not been con- UnnOiiE. The borcuBh of CheHenham, on.ihe other hand, I's-to have the came candidate as half-a century ago. Sir "U Is necessary, that pur govern' menl be. recognized b? Ih'e" At present there arc cerlbin difficulties. The Polish commillee lii Paris repre- senU parties not in accord Tvltti the others hero, i-jt internal mailer is ananged. Personally I desire a compromise. It was mr intention to go ta France, when I lyis arrested by tho Germans.In July. 1917: limo'l 'foresaw lhat Russia'was sure lo breaS up and lhat A.uslrla would follow." PA ICKED'UP IN. ASSING 'FOR THE BD9Y MAN S. E. Blkln, U.P., SI. John, X.D., becomes a director of the Union Bank. mlt a bylaw to the ratepayers on Jan- uary 1 16 raise J40.000 by debentures for the erection of a home for the benefit of returning men and as a memorial to the men from Al- goma district the su- preme sacrifice for tho Empire. "After six years In the Saskatchewan civil sen'ice as a municipal- Inspector P. G. Ward has been appointed Civil Service Commissioner in charge of all employees of. the government, both j Insidi and outside service. Mr. Tho-', berta.' n The Standard Brooklin, also vis- health, to take up residence in Cali- fornia. Canadian Methodism Is .a plan-.that wquld mendHtselt to all otS ganizatlous. In ndVanca of referring the proposed plan lo'lhe individual as- sociation for a vote, It was 'decided tc hold .a miniature convention.' and Hi get (he benefit of open be- tween the various rep'reBcnlallvea. "tlie general plan .'proposed Ilia fcaeral committee was Dec. H and I l.bXthc I "now be the meeting ot lhe executive gauizations held in Ottawa Saturday, anj mgrc cfflllalcii organizations for Dec. 14, as follows: sending i "Tho nervice Is scat from coast I minion, districts, provincial -nad local I association officers antj transmitted Vo tlie government." at first hand the problems of de- menU ol servfco as Tvould be pass-; mobilization and peace. Tbe three to find in Ihe ranks ol one organ-- men chosen are: Rev. Dr.' S. D. i Ization.' The extensive correspondence henn carried on by different different cities have eipress- thousand dollars' worlh of from C. G- Armstrong's store. "T. Superintendent of the that ha Improvement to Vancouver's port church Canada; Rev.-groups facilities are embc'diefl in a plan now Dr_ T Albert lloore, Oeneral Secrc- eil dlffe under way providing for a Braving for Evangelism and Social Ser dock and supplemental 'equipment to co'st Tne Gyp.sum Co. will Tice, and Mr. Oliver Hezzlev.-ood. H. W. Wood, preeident of the Can- adian council, of agrlcallure, iris'nom- linc of the pre "It b of the enl conclusions regarding the. ctlon tiial has been taken in ent emergency- ame, Ihcrefore, the province iccutlve officers' to decide. If HOW MANY YARDS OF I ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? I Rylands Co. are giving ftway a- Fur Coal worth .Free for.- the nearest estimate. AJso three other valuable A coupon: wltli every sale of H-00 or ovcr. velop a sodium claim at Hallon, north Inated by the council at Us recent of Torres, Sask., and near the Alberla meeting lo be the government rcpre- hounilary. Natural gas Is nlso being sentatlvc on the trade commission in' drilled for. i I Ihe Interests of agriculture. It hps. [been definitely announced lhat It will W Polls who established a horse' be impossible for hlm'to go overseas, und'calllo ranch at Jlorley In 18S6, and the cxecuUvc ot the council, which was granted powers for euch an em- ergency, has nominated J. A. Malnrg, 31.P. for Moose. Jaw, as a to llr. Wood. died' a few days 'ago. The funeral was attended by ranchers from all parts ot southern Alberta. MADRID, Dec. reniier Roman- ones, after a cabinel. meeting called to Jlayor William Hale Thomjson, of UhicaRO, saya he will be a candidate Mack, ol Chicago, was succeed himself In the spring. He elected president of the first- Jewish idid not disclose whether' he will seek convention ever licld on the American the rtcpubllcan nomlnaflon or run as The convention was ,ono of an Independent candidate by petition. lhe most momentous ever held in I _ Jewish life. The congress mcels al The Saskatchewan Cooperative tnl3 lim" lo Impress upon the peace Creamerfea company for the year conference In France "Hint no gov- IS1S his declared a dividend ot eight crnraent nt prefcnt existing or no per cent, and has hinted that In Sas- government lo lie shnll have consider -serious at --polnl they will (establish a slockyart anfl abattoir. Issued a hate decJaririg'tliat for Its subjects differing on civil or polilical dlscrimina- Ihe Wng has been asked- -to sign a _ istrict hare learn-! ig63; ne seat for the first j a Sociali ater-Is so valu-! time Itt 'Disraeli's election in 'l874 !Ilnrna in n ho i m 1 decree suspending parhameui. There was a collision Sua.1ay; be-, ween Iho police and a.crowd after Socialist repubiiran meeting at favor of the antonomy of as a deni.o.cratic -republic. OM'frarmer will not. gel much James Agg-Garaner'flood for Chclten- wiUe another not gel enough, j ham an undergraduate In of roe district haie learn. id. that Irrigation wa it needs to be economized, j other well-known members who are Ono pcrson ,va3 vm'en'and sic tod thll reallziUon means thai Irrl-i retiring are llr. Blrrcll, llr. Jesse i crl. Simiir.r troiiblo occurred" In ias come to be considered In CollInBi, Mr. Eugene the chair- Bilbao, where there; was a iU yroper light with respect to the man Ot ScotUsh Liberals, Mr. dlitrict, Leverlon Harris, Sir Henry Hitbert, Sir Herbert Raphael, Sir John Spear, Sir Ernwt Lirr.b, SIfTIcdworlh Mem, Mr. Pcto, Mr. Shcrwell. Mr. Waller The fanners of lhe bridge district celling t. good ex- their new organization, and ft are Jure that the C.P.R. will ap- manifestation. WITH THE CANADIANS IN GERMANY Roch, and Mr. Richard Lambert, Am- DC.-. Tlie roulo lafcen by the Canadians .into .Germany has Iain Ihn-.ueh a well .wooded territory predate their efforts and endeavor lo ions the Nationalists who will not be not unlike ccrlain parts of Northern I qulremcnl purchase' ot Indian wort In fcarmony with them. The seen at SI. Stephen's again are Mr. Ontario. Gen. Curric's headquarters' rervc ?.nd school lands in Saskatchc- otatitn ot the Organization will al- I Swift MacXelll, Mr. Hugh Mr. on the. edge ot a town j was is forcraated In a communication Rutherford Professor' Bracken, of the College ot feeling was evidenced al the Saskatoon, and P. M. Quacco, former- meeting ot.lhc board of directors of i ly ot the Fleglna Normal school slalf, lne Craln Growers as- iwlll be the Saskatchewan govern, sociatlon In connection with the suij. imcnl's coninbullon-lo the staff of Ue and widespread efforts lhat are the Khaki University, i being put forth to secure a relaxation i of the prwent restrictions In thc.sTilc I Upon the motion of the U. S. Gor- intoilcating liquor a rcsolu- (eminent which admitted that convlc- baa lieen forwarded to tic aot- tions in lowi supren.e co'_.. T------ lions of Kmma "BalUer, William .1. laxallon whatever of Ihe prcscr.l rrsu- Hood and 26 other-residents of'South liUons and nrglns upon the govcrn- Dikpla, under the Espionage Act ot lnctlt lhjl earliest opportunity [Oli, and ordered a new'trlal. !ake such action ,ls will ensure the _ total prohibition of the manufacture, i Legislation forecasting the ac- Importation sale of all Intoxlcal- I men aamiLieo luai tunvit- per courts were vrrqpE. lhe premier ot Canada declaring them- ourt act fielTca as stronRly nppor.o.l to any re- Ing liquor for use as a bcvernge. jo remember In their undertalilngs tWt' Southern Alberla k on the eve of devflopmsnU In Irrlnitlon, they cm therefore do much to buin'the when every drop of Stephen Gwynn, and Mr. Mooncx, Mr. ihc homo of a cousin of Ad- received'from OUaTi al the RcslTia rniral von Epel. ficfore Gtn. Carrie's [office o( the tJreat AVar Veterans. The JoEn Bums and Sir Leo Clilozia Mon-' arrivn! tho heat Including I lands will ho used for soldier settle, ey, both of whom have gravitates lo-' portraits of Iho were removed. Tards Ihe Lahor pirly. arc' al pres-i cut without scat: to light. A "leave" train Vill run dally within few day? from the Canadian rail- bead to the Krcnrh Mist: ment By a unanlmoui vole Sinlt flte. CHy Council decided U> iub- HOW MANY BEANS IN THE The Hudson's Day Co. Is gi away- a 1 100.00 Victory Tloml Lhe nearest Let the picture above remind you that the real cake of Gold Soap is big. It is not only the best quality, of laundry soap .you, can buy, but it is 'th'e largest cake offered for the money. Five cakes of Gold Soap are as large, and last as long as six cakes of the next largest size. Isn't that ad- vantage worth the trouble of saying to your grocer, "I prefer Gold CoMSocp U mcrfc in lhe Procltr Caniih at Hamilton, Canada ;