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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 17, 191R '.till? DAILY "f PAGE SJiVEN Provincial Government Will Do Utmost to Improve Sanitary Conditions, Says Hon, Stewart EDMONTON. Premier ---------f.-------- Charles dottier. lie Irtt Klewarl undo a thoughtful and Inter- within lie By ot iUaa otllnB nddrecs lo tlie wen's club of be laJd till oytolon Ue (ho Highlands MelboJIsl ciurclj BnarauU t'ourt o! UaaaJa .iboukl day ulght, which va> listened to with Ill's final autaofitHo closo attention by toe Iirgo crowd pia-! minion aid llml declilous i Bint. Tho -Jlacmslon followed not eubjuct to review by the dealt ivllh wnya and msaus by which council. It recalled (bat ibe iu- ilio [irctuler'i suggoitlons might' prerae had ruled fay with ,iuailo most effective, anil a vote, of j tliauki, moved by F. Hoper, was ed unanimously. Ilev. tj. H, Cobble- of tlia church, was In tliu chair. The subject of Iba premier's re- marks -was "Soma of Uio Problems BoseL Ihe and tho bpciiKor began by objervloc that ill lila llfo long hofhad firmly bollBveil that Cnnsda tliould enjoy all the pri- vileges of a virtually Independent country, Ilio Ilo connecting 11 with. Great Britain bolny more a fiontlmODt- at 0110 Uian anything else, llanada, ho should control KB own few -weelii here. The arllon ot public ..-.clkUi Is usually ahead of InO public opinion, bul, Bovorlhclets, to be effi- cient, it Uluil llliTe a fnrra of public opinion behind It, and In Al- dyrlnc tie epidemic, the public opinion ot tha provlnco hid undoubt- edly been behind tho health olilclili In Uielr work. Hejulng Probjtm1 Tlia uouiluf uuejtlon, said -Mr. fat vblcli lud been cutMd tt length at the recent con- ference at provincial premiere et 01- IhcL It U htd reillKd I hare a Kofelagi altogether too lilt (.1 be dealt wJHi by municipalities. It would liavo U. S. Aviator Makes Will Fly Across Atlantic Snon ".VHW yOHK. Dec Hun-1 ]ainln S. Llpanor, who resigned re- reiiwct lo tha A. U. W. matter, but Lot ruling reTtried by hi prtry council. ,v U bad (he babll to My, the speaker weal on, lilt United Bum bid profited by lie aiilakei bg'ktiTdted'by the authorl- ;cently a Euperlnlendenl of Hie- gov-. ties and tvoui a provincial Eltndpplnl. I e'fnmenl aorlal mall cervlcc-, an He deplored the bad janlury iijelil lhal, bafkej by tfoni which had'been known lo of wealthy mop, lie ivlll oslab We Buy and Sell Dominion and Provincial Government Bonds, Municipal Bonds. Railroad, Public Utility and Industrial Bonds. Correspondence Invited, lounted lust n.filU llial, barhej liy j) of wealthy ni( Country, even lleh yeat tliu_ In TurlDUi pirU o! 'Ui to 1119 cltlee, and declared Utat tbe provincial Boing )o 'fl'- do al. lii UB power lo alleviate Cal't- condllloci. believed Uut aerial i lines [n t- >SECURITIBS (DRPORATIOIM h si d lhl1' unle3J n alrra, y eo. niak ''rsl C.A. Mwcmv LIMITED. J Ittl OffCE: KINO STREET EAST TOKONTO MONTREAL IKANCH Lifi lulMini R. W. 4 p( lha act factories and CUdt, PoWr Limlt ee for tha batter. better hoiinlDg contltliona at sucli huret FielJ, has reed had given place lo uD-'wuD'i such as Drumheller aid other a "record end Tlio' ruah'DlatieB, where the influetiza lud Lon, (or corner lota h.vd lutwilled and severe, largely on nccount or Im splril ol social pervlce was belnfj proper act! unsanitary llvlnR auarlers utonlfested lu all cJujses of Ihe com- j j muDlly. lie ipoka parLJcuIarly of tho j ThlB led lo DIB 3ubJeuL ut general: noble work wtiJcli hud been.done by i welfare work and particularly tlie tare nurses a ad helpen during Lhe of orjjtsns. children of clayg o! the 'llui epidemic evhJenca vlcllniSj and othem who had hecorao of I his eplrft. U was hardly coocelV-' H'arda of llro sifte. Tho j able, lie said, Lhat even H. years was planning to liave these car-! ago tue bealth lutboiitleB or the 'ciVfor brought up under a ayslcm I province would hnya bandied tie pro- which did noL savor of officialdom, I lilem of llio epidemic with the energy, uo matter well inientioned, and t generosity and yublJc spirit which InslKutionaHsni, but one which (had been dlsplayeil during tht last, dominated, liy a spirit or ___- '____ _ 'apd "molherliness." The practice of nndlBg delinquent toys to the Port- ge la Prairie reformatory deplor- d as leading to make them u'orse In- tead oC better: The premier describ- d a reformatory farm, which had been by a cliy fn ihc old coun- ry which was accoinpllshlnB remark- reEUlls with the boys, and lie loved that something ol the kind liere Quldjue a good thing. "I would rather tuako one good citizen out of a lioy of IbaL leclarcd the premier, "than have in adit what was lo Washing Lieu laet i IT! Oil, (Jans yesterday, hearing two hours and 50 rulnutefl, Harmon Tbe lecoul time under Ihe bcBl llytng conditions In two hours, he added, Another night liy made trom Buffalo Field yesterday liy co in PUSH waS lu llazelliurat CapL W. P. Peru, Dec. 17.- -President t'Gsidenls In Ihe captured provinces i B, C. ACCEPTS SETTLEMENT liavo been expelle J. It ihc Tacna- VANCOUVKfl, 16.- -Auuouflee- Arlca question la not Eeltled at Ilibiuicnl that lha provincial goveraoienl IH-ace conTcrence in Versailles lUe ivlll nrver be an American WANTS PRESIDENT TO ACT AS MEDIATOR HO.MK, Ltee. Benedict may request President ol the Peruvian senate, in sou to act as mediator In an effort ;i statement loilay in connection -with to reach K reciprocal pact which vill the coulrovcrsy between Peru and solve ihe dissenaioti which has Chile, eaid: fulfillment of Ihc conditions existed between Ihe quJrloa) nnJ the .vntlcau, according to Iho Popolo Ro- or the Ancon treaty today Is impos-j rnano. This, the paper elates, will in alble, especially resarding the case he brought before The peace conference, llireo hours and SO PIUS Good blood makes firm tissue, strong nerves, steady eyes and clear brain. Keep your blood pure ind full of healthy, red corpuscles, and your liver active, by using Bcechim's Pills, which remove poisonous mitten from tlie system, assist the stomach to assimilate its food, and the food to nourish thi body. A world- famous'remedy to strengthen the vital organs and help to Make Pure Blood Wortk t Gvteu Box i n Irii 1 UbxM.UMCk. lozen Immigrants from Borne foreign lorj. Jolln prllnqkl, a prominent Jew- counlry." This (reeled with loud lsh member of the' municipal council. applause. White Plague The problem of the spread uud THE CANADIAN BANK SR WAUCER. C.V.O, U_D.( Pnaidmi, H V. F.JONES, An't WARSAW, "Dec. In an InLer- vlfrw today- resanlinir rerortsi or an anil-Jewish outbreak in. Polish tcrrt- a' leader ot the Jewish Nationalist party, and H lawyer, said: "In. regard to pogroms, I have know- ol lulicrculosis ID. the that they occurred at tivo nee was also ioauheU upon. Tho dl5- places, Klolce and Four eaee was spreading rapidly am one our persons were killed ai Klcko and "5( porelgn populallon, Jie eald, aatl steps j wounded. must be taken to control its "It Is said ,iliat" DOO Jews ivcre Thin, in turn, led to the acute prob-i burieii in I-eiuqerg two weeks ngo. 1cm ot supplying racfllcal lp Uio ntn Informeil tlicy, were killctl by the outlying'portions of province regular, Polish arniy- because of uu where the people baj oefllier doctors founded printed in a Lem uor nurses. A ease In point iraa the licrg paper, llial the Jews nol Fort' McMnrray district. ho neutral In tho fighting there." tliere, not long ngo, lie hail re- ceived a, ilelfgalioD of 20 who had to hlui thai there no doctor in the district. Trie nearest medical man was si I AC la IRVIN S. COBB Galell Burgees, ot Columbia Col- '.CAPfTAlPAJD L The Safety Deposit ".Boxes of this Bank offer the desired security for valijahle papers and other effects. The charge Is very moderate for the" prolectlbn thus afforcted. s Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymncr, Manager Wariiei" Bransh Milk River Branch J. H. S. Gordon, Manager J. V. Sleele, Manager Bacon Hogs WanTed HIche, 160 miles away, and he was Ic6e. of Cobll: "He onB of praclically'inaccBMlble In an leu great American humor.sls." encr-i The premier said lhat the gov-l flobert H. Davis, p.ditor of all tho eminent bad Ihls mailer ID Blurt auj bopcd Lo be'able to deal wllh il icrlbcd irhil the province wai tha natter ot rura! plttk and tbe plant tor Ihe fur- ther eitepsloo o! thai BTSIQ'DI. _ magazines, says ot ConU: Ha "8? are3A? wrilton la tWs conaectioii he de-; Ihaa Brot Harle turned out m has liuade more Returned..Soldier..Problem. tho greatest ot all proh- j career. augh and written belter short stories, baa all of llarla's subllo and delicito lecling, and will, If he Is spared, write better' novels about tlie y Dret wilk :ems, that or tho returned soldier aud around tlie pioneera. It is my opin- hls re absorption Into tbs community, ion dial his complelc -wo-ks fitl lha premier remarUeil thai, so lar aa wm-COnlam more good Imnior, mor Ihe AlberU men wero those, i good short slories. and at least one who hid been Hring in Alberta when; blsgci- novel than Ihc ivorts of anj the broke.out and who Tiiid vol-.any single cdntemporaneoua risu for serTlcei: tbcre was no! Lllllsn Dell, tho writer, says treat Iroublc. They would iis "Not only Is'ho in my opinion Bislly. But it wae the men liad one of Ihc great descrlpllve story nol lived In Alberta, wno had ellher tellers America ever has produced been transients here .when they, en- but lie is a master ot pathos, the listed or who hid Joined Alberta im kind of psthos that jumps up at yoi Millions of men in the of millions abroad and on this Canadian Bacon. This world-wide demand usures good prices for the hogs you can Buy more brood registered rnorepigs. If you need money for any of these pur- poses, see the Hanager. The Bank is always ready Lo 'make loans to progressive I MtKChANTS BANK. Hud MorrlrvL OF LE1HBRIDGB BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLCFORD BRANCH. CANADA. R. J. MNNCTG, V. A. EBWtLY, Umtfr. U. A. JULPATWCt, Iff THE ROYAL BANK OF CMIkDIk INCORPORATED Paid-Bp................: tnii PnfiU IS.SN.tN 'Total Aucts.................... S23 Br.inchti In Cinadi, Newfourrdllnd, Brllilh WaK CuW, Porto Rico, Dominican Rcfublle, Carii Rio and SAVINGS DEPARTMENT be opened -with in initial drpralt Bvlllir. Interest IB credited half-yearly. Uiislncsa Account: cirrted LETHBRIDCE BRANCH -........W. A. PARKER, MlnJijcr MAGRATH BRANCH............J. K. Atklnvn, CARDATON BRANCH................W. R. KkKAY, luflicroua, situation. WANT TO REOPEN RAILWAY j WASHIXOTOX. Dec.' ilole- would be discharged here, who presenletl Ihe most serious difficulty. It would bo necessary to provide tbeae with employment. The ;oTemment felt that tho majority ot Ibe dilieoB were In sympathy wlUi, Us efforls that the h.bil ot English and Humantan offi- spendlnj money for such purposei hill ders Is dnrine war. Therefore, Iho and Dudapest with tho Vienna goTCrnmcnls with a ot Beltine the railroad route ancl norernmenl proposing to do all. iho eitenslon work possible on tele- [rom phuno lines and hlgbwaja, and to build bridges andxpubllc buildings aud, In oKiciai advices tact .all tha public works il could >n handle, In give lo the soldiers when they rkme back. Tba premier also Bald tbat lie be: Lleved in a syelero or mothers' nen- llona but that no real solution bad as yet been reached and DO plans hid via Duda- restablished, ac- receive.! NOTED PASSENGERS DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WEST WINNIPEG. Dec. lion xtinit Ihe west by eiprni cozn- In their ippllcatlon for higher waj itodiy by A. E. lacnliry ot the board of trade IrampCTtttton dlTtalon In, a deltlled explaining Ihe ot "The appllctllonn of Iho comimnln will be oppoa-rt by inlpplnj section on Ihe ground of dhxrlmlnailon jijilnsl Winnipeg." [Mr. Boyle slid. NEW YORK, Dae. British iteamsliips Princess Juliana and Ca- ronla, bringing small contingents military, naval and civilians from Englind and France, came into port today. Tlie CaronlA's passengers "w largely Canadian, Australian and American officers. Among tho laller were N'aval Lieut J. If. Pnlcher, of Maco. K.C., and L 0. Mullor, of Oakland, Calif, who spent 4S days a.i prisoners aboard the Gcr mm'submarine Dentschland. JUDGE SPOKE IN ENGLISH ONLY MONTREAL.' Dec. VIellu- ette, condemned to death for nmrder at Brrson, Qua., was loday refnied neir trial by the court ol appetl.i. He was granted the appeal [rom Ttrdlct ol (ho Jury on the around that as It included an address FT-nch ehoyld bare been made toj4 them ny (he Judge, itho spoke In llik.only. Vlellueuo r.n hanied on Jan. S. 7' Capt. Jlngii W. Mndsay, a war vet enin, has -been elcclcd mayor of Mel vllle, Sask. BRITISH BOMBARD BOLSHEVIST POSTS STOCKHOLM, Dec. EoKHsH 'squadron has bom- birded Bolshevlsl positions southern coact ot the Gult of Finlanc, according to an statement Issued from the Eslhonlan army head- qnarlerp. noljhevisl forces have been repulsfcd, according 10 lha report. had accented ;L settlement ol J 2 00 from the Ilailway Paaaenser Aasur- anco company (n settlement of all under bond held by the minister of finance for ihe bene- fit d the credUora and depositors ol the Dominion Trust company was made today liy Attorney-General Kar- ris. Tbe seHlemeut -was made pn the advice of Mr. Eugene La Fleur, of '-Montreal, why gave an oplnlou lhal ilio conditions under which the bond was given to the former Government made Impossible to succeed in auy action and lhat the section of (he act under which It was given was ultra vires. "Regular You can foretell the futurfe You say "The taan wbxi fortcll illness wonld cuke a for- tune 1" Of coarse no man in the sense yon mean. Btrtjew tin lill firettjr tavnlety wltti It cxptcl ynr mm bfiy to da. How Get iiiis simple pnyliology: Vour body machine hai to be repaired. It also must have fuel lo supply heat and energy. Your food supplies both repair material and fuel. But a1 fnrnace always produces ashes and clinkers. If these accumnlate, the furnace becomes clogged and cannot work properly. If your bowels become you suffer from constipation. Perhaps you hurry to work or play and neglect to obey Nature's call. Waste matter stagnates iu the bowels. You go right on cat- Ing, drinking, working. Whit 'happens? The consiparion be- comes established. Waste mailer undergoes decay, fermentation and germ action. Poisons are formed, all overthebody. They alttck the weakest part of you first- Then yon know you're sick. In rcalily yfu're bccnftffixf sicJc strut you. rrtisuJ that first movement. If you want to keep well, til the time, so that j-on're on yoor tots eyiiy day, rcmrve Hit amOe. Hiny people (ale pills, castor oil, purgative mJBeral Waters to force Ibe boweU lo act. These act. hut tter. irritite. tire out the intestinal mtude, male the tronbleirorse. Others take "salts" which tttnct water to the intestines and fimh Ihe as gently as a firehose. A re-action follows that and aggravates I Yon needn't do this and "weaken your system jnst because all of your anceston did. The Nujol Treatment moves the waste regularly, sod easily. It Js a purely mechanical process, ab- solutely harmless, based on a simple principle yon can move a sof tcacd mass oat of a tube more easily than a hard, dry one. Tt doesn't won't know yon have taken anything nnti! after a few daysyonrbowelsmove at the regular hour. It makes yon "regnlaru clockwork." Don't try to frrcitUillness. Ftrc- stfllii. Don't wait until you sick. Keep well nen. Your dnlggist has Najol. I b sold In mini tottta Nnjol. Yon nay itfferfrom Nui ol THAOC .MAMK For Constipation Nujol Laboratories STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY) NewYert U.SrA. timm iBr-r ;