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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEivIBER 17,1918 l^tlE LETHBRIDGE DAILY JiEfiAi.^ '(P I^AGE SEVEN Provincial Government Will Do Utmpst to Improve Sanitary Conditions, Says fion. Stewart . SJDMONTON. - Premier Charles etewart made a tbbuehttul and iilter-eBting, addresB to ttte ;�t its decjatons shotUd not be aubject to review by ttie prlry oounotl. It was re&alled that the supreme court had ruled one'fvay '^Ith respect to the A.^ G( W/r�natter, but that Its ruling ha*'M6* reversed by the privy council. It had been the habit to say, the speaker went on, that the United BUtes had profited by the miitakes which had been made in Canada in respect to the/conduct of the war. Nevertheless, anyone who travelled through the United Statea'would iiave frequently beard the wish expressed that the country had done as well ae Canada had done, and praising in the most unstinted way the aohievemente ot the Dominion and its people during the conflict. The speaker believed tliat with the ending of the war the spirit of the people of Canada had undiargone a great' change for the better. Selfishness and greed had given place to un-seltishneas and altruis'rp. The rush (or corner lots had subsided and the spirit of social service was being manifested in all classes of the conL-munity. He spoke particularly of the noble work which had been .done by nurses and helpers during the trying days of the 'fluj epidemic ae evidence ot this ppirit. It was hardly conceivable, lie said, that even a'tew years ago the health authorities of the province would hate handled the problem of the epidemic with the energy, generosity and public spirit which had been displayed during the laat tew weeks hire. The action of public officials is usually ahead of the public opinion, but, aevertheleas, to be ^^ftl-oient, it must have a ressOTRbin force of public opinion behind it, nnd in A1-harta, durlnit the epidemic, the public opinion of the province had undoubtedly been behind the health officials m their wot-k. Houaina Problenr The hoiialni; question, said Air. Steirtrt, was one which had bebn dls-tiusaed at' length at ^he recent c'op-ference �C provincial premiers at Ottawa. It bad ibeetL realiMd thcMne that It w*� A 9rs/blein altoiether too big to he dealt auocepsCuily with by the niunloipaKUes gPRESS LINES U. S. Ayifilpr Makes Vcnture-WHl Fiji Across Atlantic 7;^ Soon 'NEW .YOmC, Dec. i7.-Capt. Beu-:--------------,. It would have to;J�jnin S. Llpaner, who resigned re-be handled by the provincial author)-i cently as superintendent of the gov-ties and frotii * provlpoial standpoint, j ernment aerial mail servlcet an He deplored the bad sanitary oondi-' nounted last jiiighi that, backed by a lions which'had, been known to exist .'iSfoup of wealthy men, he will ostalv In various parts, of'the (Country, even llsh next year,, the aerial pa,-)-in the cities, and declared that the "enifev and ei^preHs lines in this conn-provincial government was eoing to try. ,'; do alt in ttn power to alleviate these Capt. Lipsrier also .said that, unless conditions. He believed that mistakes someone else' has already ec. 16.-(Havae.)-Pope Benedict may request Pi-esident Wil-�sou to act as mediator in an effort to reach a reciprocal pact which will solve the dissension which has existed between the quirinal and the Vatican, according to the Popolo Romano. This, the paper states, will in no case be brought before the peace conference. B. C. ACCEPTS SETTLEMENT VANC0UVE3R. Deo.. 16.-Annourtee-ment that the provincial government had accepted a settlement of $20,000 from the Railway Passenger Assurance company in settlement of all claims under $200,000 bond held by the minister of finance for the benefit ot the creditors and depositors of the Dominion Tnist company was made today by Attorney-General Far-ris. The settlement was made pn the advice ot Air. Eugene La Fleur, iC.C, of Montreal, who gave am opinion that the conditions under which the bond was given to the former government made it impossible to succeed in any action and that the section of the not under which it was given was ultra vires. ,,, WARSAW, Bec.'lT.-lu an hiter-r.'^ 'View today-regarding reports of an anti-Jewish outbreak in Polish territory, John Prlluqki, a prominent Jewish member of thfe municipal council, a'leader of the Jewish Nationalist party, and a lawyer, said: "In regard to pogroms, I have know-ravages of tuberculosis in the prpv-j ledge that they occurred at two ince was also touched upon. The dis- places, Kielce and Lemberg. Four ease was-spreading rapidly among our persons were killed at Kielce and 250 foreign populs.tion, he aald, and steps | wounded. "It is said .that' 000 .Tews were ! buried in Liembe.^|^ two weeks ago. I must be taken to control its ravages. This, in turn, led to the acute problem of supplying medical aid to the am,informed tlig)^ vver.e .killed by the outlying portions of ,^e' province regular. Polish army because of un-where the people had neither doctors founded reports, printed in a Lem- nor nurses. A case in point was the Fort' McMurray district. While he was there, not long ago, he had received a delegation of 20 women who had represehtied to him that' there waa no doctor in the district. The nearest medical man was at Lac la Biche, 160 \ miles away, and he was practifally inaccessible In an emergency, i The premier said that the government had this matter in mind and berg paper, tliat the Jews were neutral In the fighting there." not IRVIN S. COBB Gaiett Burgess, of Columbia Col lege, says of Cobb: "He is one of the ten great American humorists." Robert H. Davis, editor of all the Munsey magazines, says of Cobti:. "He iiopedToTe abllTo^TeVrwU^^ Y'ttr". ^f^"^^ f^'tlvely. In this connection he de- i '^�re than Bret Harte turned out in iorlbed what the province was doing all his career. _ He has tnjade more Jn the matter ot establishing rural noBpitate and the plans for the further extension of that system. Returned Soldier Problem Blscnsslng the greatest of all problems, that of the returned soldier an,d his re-absorption into the community, tho premier remarked that so far as people laugh and written better short stories, has all of Harte'a subtle and delicate feeling, and will, if he Is spared, write better' novels about the people- of today than Bret Harte, with all his genius and imagination, wi'ote around the pioneers. It is my opinion that his complete works at fifty will contain more good humor, more Bacon Hogs Waiifed Millions of men in the trenphes-scores of millions abroad and on this pide-"want Canadian Bacon. This world-wide demand assures good prices for the hogs you can raise., ' Buy more brood sows-select registered stock-fatten liiorc pigs. . If you need money for any of these purposes, see the Manager. The Merchants Bank is always ready to make loans to progressive fanners. any single contemporaneouB figure. Lillian Bell, the writer, says of Cobb: "Not onlyis'he in my opinion one of the great descriptive story tellers America ever has produced, but he is a masterlof pathos, the kind of pathos thoit jumps up at you out of a common-place, even possibly a ludicrous, situation. Head Office: MontrikL OF LBIHBRIDGB BRANCH. MONARCH BRANCH. KOBLBEORO BRANCH.  . R. X. DINNING, M�i^�*r. V. A. BBBRLY^A�itl�| Maialer. M. A. 1Ul^Amm,J^fi^^fm�f, THE ROYAL BANK or eMllPlt INCORPORATED ia�9 Capital Paid-up ............ :. $ 14;d00,000 feserve and Undivided Profits ..... 15,000,000 otal Assets........... ...... 386,Q0O,000 520 Branphe* In Canada, Newfoundland, Britlah W�at Ipdiea, Cuba, Porto RIco, Dominican Republle,.Coata Rlea and Venacuela- ^ SAVINGS DEPARTMENT AcooQut^^may be opened with an initial depoplt �{ One miliar.. Interest Is credited half-yearly. , .  Business Accounts carried upon favorable tomi). LETHBRIDGE BRANCH - - - -MAGRATH BRANCH C^RDSTON BRANCH  - W. A. PARKIER, .Manager - J. K. Atklnaen. Manager -  W. R. McKAY, Hflanager the AlberU men were concerned, those i good short stories, and at least one who had been living in Alberta wlien . digger novel than the works of any the war broke out and who had volunteered for service, there was no great trouble. They would be handled easily. But it was the men who had iiot lived in Alberta, who had either been transients here when they enlisted or who had Joine^ Alberta unit* after they had gone overseas and who would be discharged here, who j presented the most serious difficulty. It would be necessary to provide these men with employment. The government felt that the majoi'lty of: ~�,,,mr.>.T r\ � . i . the cltlsens were in sympathy wlUi 1 WASHINGTON. Dec 17.-A dele-its, efforts and that tlie hak-W' Ration of English and Rumanian oft.-spending money for such purposes iad ^^^^^ 1' _negotlatIng with the Vienna grown during the war. Therefore, the Budapes governments with a government wae proposing to do all �^ the railroad route "he extension work possiL on tele-; f"�'" Bu^'l^.T^^' ^� "'^/'^ f phone lines and highways, and to build P^st and Vienna, re-established, ac bridges and^publlc buildings and; In ��^ding ��'f�i ^^^Ices received fact all the public works, it could . WashlugtQn. WANT TO REOPEN RAILWAY handle. In order to give work to the Boldiexa when they ^mo back. The premier also said that he be: lieved In a system of mothers' pen- NOTED PASSENGERS NEW YORK, Dec. 17.-The British .(,.,. u,.. *v,.* _ ..,oi ,�i... ,.5 1 steamships Princess Juliana and Ca-!i?lL".J^/�*,L�HTnV�';j"�f,il�'^^ bringing small contingents of yet been reached and no plans been formulated. DISCRIII^INATION AGAINST WEST WINNIPBG, Dec. 16.-Diacri|iiina-tion agalnet the west by, espress com-panlaii In their application for hlgber r�t�a was charged 1 today by A. B. BoTle, aecratary of the board of trad? traaaport^tlott divleion It^ a ^detailed itatemant eiplaining the application ot the, companies. "The appllcationfi of tho companies will be opposed by the ahipping section the ground of disorlminatton against Winnipeg,'* Mr. Boyle said. JUDGE SPOKE IN ENGLISH ONLY MOKTRBAC^, Dec. 16.-U. VlellU-ette, condemned to death for murder at Brynon, Que., was today i'efused a now trial by the court ot appeals, � He was granted the right .to appeal from the verdict of the jury on the ground that as It included some Fr'^noh'Canadiaine, an address in FY 'nch should, have been made to the-n by the Judge, who spoke In Wns-lisn only. Vlelluettei wui he banged on |Tan. 8, military, naval and civilians from England and France, came into port today. The Caronla's passengers were largely Canadian, Australian and Anierlcah officers. i Anjbng the latter were Naval Lieut. J.' H.' Fulcher, of Erisco, N.C., and h. O. Mullor, of Oakland, Calif, who spent 45 days as prisoners aboard the German submarine Deutschland. Capt. Hugli W, Lindsay, a^^ war veteran,, has 'been elected mayor of Melville, Sasfc.    > > .J BRITISH BOMBARD BOLSHEVIST POSTS STOCKHOLM, Dec. 16,-An fengllsh 'squadron has bom-ihsrded Bolshevist , ^positi.ons along,the southern-coaet of .the (^uif of Finland, acqordlng to �^n official statement issued from the Esthonian army head-qiy>rters. Bolshevist forces have been repulsed, according to the report. f * > :�v tan tell pretty meeuratety wAat to expect your tnm bpdy to eb. How ? Get this simple physiology: Vour body machine has to be repaired. It also must have fuel to supply heat and energy. Your food supplies both repair material and fuel. But a furnace always If, If you want to keep well-wholly well, ail the time, so that you're on your toes every day, remove tfie wmtie. tUnj people take pUIs, castor oil; pnrgative mineral waten to force the bowels to act. These act, but they irritate, tire out the intesitinal muscles, make the trouble worse. Others take "salts" which attract water to the intestines and flush the bowels-Hibout as gently as, a firehose; Are-actionfoUowsthst produces ashes knd ^inkers, "^makestheintestijiesdryertlmnewr these accumulate, the furnace 1,.,,^^,^*^ ii,m ^mtU^n^ becomes clogged and cannot work properly. If your bowels become clogged- you suffer from constipation. Perhaps you; harry to work or play and neglect to obey Nature's call. Waste matter stagnates in the bowels. Yoa go right on eat-, ing, drinking, working. What happens? "The consipation becomes established. Waste matter undergoes decay, fermentation and germ action. Poisons are formed, absorbed, carried all over the body. They attack the weakest part of you firet Then you know you're sick. /� realiiy you've been getting sicksitue V9U missed that first movement. and aggravates the cooitipstioB. You needii't do this and weaken your system just because all of your ancestors did. The Nujol-Tmitment moves the waste regularlji, and easily. It is a purely mechanical process, al>-solutely harmless, based on a simple pritidple-that you can move a softiened mass oat of a tube more easily Uian shard, dry one. It doesn't gripe-yoti won't know yon have taken anything until after a few days your bowels move at the regular hour, it makes you * 'legi^ as clockwork." Don't try to fyreUll illness. Fere-stall it. Don't wait until you are sick. . Keep well ttow. Your dnJggist has Nujol. lA/zfytii'Mfr ' NqjoI is sold in sealed bottlea warning . be^i,gtheNnjol Insist on Nujol. Trmde Mark. Yoa aay suffer,irota substitutes. mf^tSK .MARK Jbr Constipation Nujol Laboratories STANDARD OIL GO. (NBW JERSEY) � New York ' ,::U;8.;Av Inlnui�t Mfrmlun will t* wuikd/rn m ajftiemtitn t� C*nm4ia� Stttimf Ajtntt, 11 i 60 5353484853234848232323532323532323535323235323482323482353485353482353235323484823532353 ;