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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE tETHBMDGE DAILt HERALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18, HIM, and THE IETH.MIDOE HERftt-D PRINT. LIMITED Cth Street South, Ulhbrlfc. W. A. Buchanan Frwtaent and'Mtnasitig Director Join Torrance Business Manager a week Item today. Only, y'. w'orAisri, -tibtri Rosa' Luxembourg- wd-Klara 'Zet- kin. Julian BorchardMs to be ihe leader-of thesl'tatemituinalf election for North Ontario In the pru- SocIa'listlV.of legislature. WSddlfleld J. W. tjibridge, nominated by the- v alted tarmers Ontario aa a canu in the FOflD EAGLES S. NAVY NEW LONDON, "C'nan., Dec. 17 LAUR1ER IN TORONTO TORONTO, Dec, Wilfrid jaurler arrived In this city last night ---------......_.. nd was met at'tho Union station by The first three Ford- eagles to be C. Larkln and n few other friends, built for the United States navy, and Sir went 'direct to the homo numbered 1, 2 and: 3, arrived at the f Mr. Larkin, whoso guest ho will lie submarine base in thls-clty last night nring his three or four days''stay aftc.- a long trip througluine St. Law- this (illy. Sir Wilfrid's visit, rence river and idown .the eastern rkin stated, Is .purely a business coast of the continent and through Ihe ne. .A suite of rooms has been re-: Cape Cod other eagles e4 at the King Edward Hotel, that started from-Detroit with, the nd he will there number of three that arrived here last night are friends and followers. Ice-hound In the Great The, eagles, 1, ,J are :under their ovin power, 'and will nuikB few stons this 'point and thu Chinese portr EDSON, Dec, tiulnesa block on Ihe west Main 'street was toLilly destroyed .by. Wat, 3.30- yesterday Those; 'burned .out Include the ccrher' grocer, Edson poo! room, Gold's Pi Barns' butcher shop and' Covert's' a'.folrt, used as a residence at .Hon Mewbnrn, minister ot militia, .intimates that the post alignment may occnr at charge pay of EolJIers may be con-' Unued for sli months, Inetead of esce The Union tnay absorb many 'Jurniitn ot tbe present Opposition. _ be Liberal, for Lib- three., st> aB to lllle men over the are In a majority fn the house, difficult daye of winter. In speaking satisfy clothing allowance, he said that-if at all possible, the .question in he to i Victory for. BERLIN, Dec. eleetlnh to tie national duchy' of--Anhalli: wrricK Is'-the-first German federal state.'.-to for a conelTln ant "body, tbday In a marked -victory for Uit Majority Soflali's'ts; "Socialists 229 votes, agilnsfa for the combined In the relchstag Socialists had again 4 9 for the bourgeoise In- crease In. the-number ot'TOt'es was due to the lowering of- the age'limit and the votes of women. The Anhall national'a'ssembly will be "composed of '22 12 German Democrats, and two Con servatives. The Independent Social ists failed to get a sufficient number of signatures' tojiomin'ate a ticket. Later, while "Herr '-Mueller, man of the of the executive committee, .waB--speaking the'-chairman of the' congress inter nipted to'say: "There. comrada'pre'sent "wh The new resented :workmenliwhp :jr'ei gathered 4H r'ead a-list'-ot with- the'Spartacus includ to support the eiistlng gdvera: ment in all measures which, In his pinion, would make" the better- ment of agriculture. Captain" 'Septimus' LaZerriere, son. if J. 0. Laferrlere, bean awarded the Victoria dis- ingnished .gallantry oh" the, field of union and shouldn't delay ahout those matters. gOTemment They are very Important 'to the .sol- 'I" snbjefla and British subjecU of enemy ten us If tbe manulacturera wo-jld origin, whose conduct caused them to swallow the proposition any more i be regarded as dangerous to the readily-than wotis tariff rem6val naturalized who desired rroiMEM i denaturallzallon would be dcMtnra- r-rior to repatriation. but it was refused. Whra suit entered he paid As Ipwnshlp officer, Ewen had the Township Council behind him. offered to, pay the cents himself, if the towasblp object- and ordered each side to pay costs. Rich side had five witnesses and a awyer. The Judge's deefilon Indicat- ed the court's opinion 'of the trivial the charge, bit did not aft- lie the disputed principle." American manuiacturers, similar- ly situated, sell thelr'product to Am- ericin' farmers. U sounds' well but since tbe Telegram has been close to HOW MANY IN THE MR? 1 The Hudson's Bay Co. b gtimj i ;i50.M Vlctofy for Uhe neatttt HOW MANY YARDS OF IILKINE 'ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? Rylands 4 Co. are girlng away a iFur Coat worth Free for the nearest estimate. Also tiree 'other valuable -A with every sale of or orer. MflOE (N Sealed tight- Kept rUEttt There, because men find comfort and refreshment in Its continued use. -y Because of its benefits and because "fifterEvsrvMeal ;