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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FOtJR rim DAILY HERALD DECEMBER Wli II She focrato Blbcrta WItKLV and tMt LITHBRIDQI HERALD PRINT ING LIMITID MS 6th Street Lethbrldge Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manager TELEPHONES Office 1252 Editorial Office Subscription Ratfli per per year by per year by per by per year to Dates or expiry ot subscriptions ap pear daily on address Accept ance of papers after eipiration date Is our authority to continue the sub LABOR MANS WARNING ABOUT BOLSHEVIK once1n while we hear re f orts df the spread of the Bolshevist inovement in We are told that people are eager for ft change in economic conditions and are just awaiting an opportunity to emulate the Bolsheriki of Russia as tiie cure all for all Most of these rumors are credited to the labor do not believe the labor men nor the returned soldiers are filled with the spirit ot the and we less reason than ever for le licfing to when we read the follow teC from a speech made by Peter trustee of the British Sea Bens to a large audience In Toronto recently My God dont follow Russia Dont follow the I have been here only a short and al ready I find evidence of the Bol ahles The agitation is a German The Germans try to up discontent and anarchy through I want to warn the Canadian workingman against We kave means at hand to obtain our rights along constitutional But follow the They are men In a They want to put right in twelve They are followers of Karl They pall down destroy every and have nothing to put in Its Bolshevism simply meant mur That Is what they did in Rus But I have great confidence in the Russian because his soul is filled with the teachings of such men as In Russia the Bol shies destroyed everything they got their hands They killed every man of Lenine and Trotsky are the paid agents of the filthy For the sake of liberty be sane and work along constitutional DIFFICULTIES OF DEMOBILIZATION There are many people Inclined to ceniure the government because no definite demobilization scheme bias been But critics of the if they would only real ize the divergent views on the subj ject of men who have been in close touch with the soldiers in the past four would not be so hasty in their McRaewants tha aoldiers brought as quickly as possible and returned to civil John an overseas chaplain says they should be brought back ana given one years post dis charge General minister of mil aays to bring them back and give them six months post discharge allowing them to become reestablish ed in civil life as soon as secretary of the at thjnks that if men arf turned loose with a years pay in and no immediate pros ntet of that the country will awamped in a very short and the organizations for their benefit would be hard put to it to handle President of the lycal branch of the is in fa Xpr of holding the men in the each individual to draw his discharge as he finds a position in efyil Some want the men relumed by Others want them returned Tty rji it any wonder in face of all these Mpert that the government II moving slowly before making a 4ftflnite decision NOT BE VINIINT WITH HUN propaganda is just as iu today as ever it was during war and the people of the entente Blitlona will be well advised to keep fact in The purpose of the today of to IPJU tha allies if to muka quarrel at the peace in hope that the full penalty for the of 1914 may not be punished lip full and that those directly re sponsible may allowed to po scot There are many ways In which tho and thrir friends nre endea voring to accomplish They are cryinp nloml for nsklnft for Pity In their tolling us that Ger man babies are without and otherwise trying to piny on our sym pathies n order that we may have our attention turned from UIH crime of poison the crime of tho tho crimp of illtreatment of our prisoners who fell Into their the prime of the murder of nnd Kryaft and all the other crimes charged up against the unspeakable If there were no other crime than that of bru tal treatment of that would bo enough to steel the hearts ot the allied people to demand punishment of Germany and the Germans befit ting the It is hard us to realize the brutal manner in the Huns treated our own Canadian but we have the word of Major speaking before he Womens Liberal Club in Toronto during the fighting in the Ypres salient when the Third Division was after prisoners had j been sent back a motor car driven j by Germans ran through he lines of limping soldiers without Un der thfs treatment one poor follow fell The major asked that he be pick Instead of giving orders to this two German sumably forward and bayoneted the helpless The major saw this and a similar one later on during the He also saw a prisoner kicked to death by his This happened nfter the men were Fmm Our Own Cross Notes Work turned 81s pair knitted t pair knitted socks Ma 1 trench Other 1 2 I 4 f C 7 S On Friday of this week an extend mi canvass will bo made for funds for he litii Cross It has been found necessary to fontinno to make ap peals for the work in order to sustain various enterprises in These Include seventeen hospital and con valescent homes in ns well as those in ttho olil carrying Hi relief work In Italy and A hundred circular letters have been sent out in the district so as to pre pare the ground for the It is hoped that this will be the last appeal for money for a long On Saturday of this week the lad ies aid of the church will hold their annual bazaar nnd sale of home cook The sale will commence In the church at two oclock in the A good assortment of useful and fancy articles will be on view and those look ing for suitable Christmas gifts will probably find what they are looking at the churoh on Be side the above articles there will be home cooking for nnd light re freshments will be Thp funeral of the late Peter Mans was held on Thursday last in the after The funeral service washeld in the church and was attendedTSy a large number of Ida Maas an interesting character and was held in high esteem by In the absence of Cook the Tcifer of Canmngay On Wednesday of last week the four IN lASSING KOH BUSY MAN of and well behind the German away from so that there was no f Clarksou passed away after a short excuse that the frenzy of fighting ivas i illness of The twin baby responsible for the It was is recovering from a similar plain and the world will never be safe from such another The funeral took place at Champion on Owing to the danger of a recurrence outbreak of the disease until the perI of influenza it has been decided to petrators of the Great War are fitj cancel the proposed Christmas tree tingly This is no time for alrt Although Cham I pion is more free from the flu than Just almost any town in the south of the the experience of other towns warrants us in taking every A daughter was born to and George Taylor last Bot mother and daughter are doing The result of the for village councilinen on Monday was 21 19 Tho new council pity for the poor keep in mind what they would have done to the world had they not been The exCrown Prince Is proposed as an Irish Ireland always was fond of The Toronto Globe points out that the late Christmas shopper cannot complain if she gets the early thumb The Montreal Star denounces the filthy tricks of direct Why not include indirect bribery asks the Toronto Regarding the Holland mar feel like Old Bill in Bairnsfathers cartoon If you knows a better ole than go to it Torontos debt is one hundred mil lion On top of that it has Tommy Church as mayor and the Tor onto Telegram as Bolsheviki agita will take office at New From Our Own Correspondent dis trict was all excitement this es pecially the young just because a returned soldier visited one of the homes accompanied bya and who has been com periled to leare Alberta because ot III baa folia to Prince Bdwarrt where he la supplying a Meth od church near general staff officer of London military dis has tendered his resignation to the militia to take effect January Ho returning to legal work at Due to tfte Influenza Methodist missionary receipts to last week fell below the same data last this ap propriations Involve an Increased ei pendlturo approaching The cost ot living branch ot the la bor after an Investiga tion into price being charged by of soda has come tothedecision thatfifteen cents a pound In bulk lots is n reasonable charge for this Paris wife of Paris Now was granted a di vorce in Paris from her Tha plea of Singer alleged miscon duct on the part of her Paris Singer is n son of the late Isaac Mer ritt sewing machine The appointment of George secretary of the Saskatchewan Returned Soldiers Employment Com to the position of organizer under the new coordinated scheme for soldiers employment for Saskat chewan and Manitoba is The Canadian Pacific ocean servic es steamship one of the latest additions to the Canadian At lantic launched In February of this arrived at yesterday with a large number of re turned soldiers and will sail on She Out of men accepted for ser vice in the Roya Newfoundland Re there was a total of cas including killed up to the signing of the Two hun dred and ten men were awarded mili tary decorations for The regiment saw fighting in the Gallipoli campaign and Egypt and was trans ferred to France in Secretary of the Navy Daniels states that the United States lost 44 vessels during the Fifteen of these were fighting ot which four were losj by submarine or mine and eleven by Most of them small There were 161 American merchant vessels sunk be tween and the signing of the of which 139 were victims of Richard McCall retir ed financier and died in Phil aged was for many years a leader in the social and business affairs of Phila His family took a prominent part in the Revolutionary one of his ancestors having served as guide to Washingtons army in tho attack on the British forces holding In furtherance of the Dominion gov ernment housing a committee of the cabinet has been appointed to ONE HUNDRED PER CENT FOOD The war has taught us to save and Dorit waste food or fuel If you eat wheat be sure it is the whole waste any of It is all food ShreddecfWheaf is die whole thrown It saves fuel and saMea saves sugar and saves health For any meal with milk or cream or GIVE VERY BEST TO ALSAORRAINE presi dent of the told that body yes terday of hla journey through Alsace At the conclusion of his narrative he said The great ideals of right and jus which justified our entrance into the supported us in our vicissi I found these ideals on that sacred so bloodily We must give AlsaceLorraine a good and secure Wo are now at the decisive on which will depend the security of peace for cen Fellow do not for get the martyrdom of AlsaceLor Stephen the foreign minis said the governments ideas of this subject were the same as those of He declared he could find no better way to express his admiration for the unutterable faith fulness Alsace and Lorraine had shown for France than to say that with France these provinces would I find the security and liberty of which j they had been deprived for half a and with which France sur rounded all her children without dis i The senate passed a resolution dering the posting of the speeches of i Pichon and Dubost throughout the SOCIALISTS SARCASTIC Co logne Volkes Zeltung announces that United Farmers that the latter shall not a candidate In the riding of Catharines for the provincial bye Reeve Of Niagara Comrade otherwise stated today that a depu Count Herman a young tatlon of the United Farmeri waited member of a wellknown hasupon him last nlflit and asked him beon unanimously elected head of to who IH a the peoples marine division in Ber The which is a So cialist comments sarcastl REFUSED TO RUN the claim of the Labor party of an agreement with tho stated that he refused to HOW MANY IN THIJAR The Hudsons Bay Is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest Brother Sick He Wants a Candy Cascaret To Mothers You will avoid worry and rouble by gyring your children Cascarets instead of nasty Castor Calomel and Children look upon Cascarets as Candy and never refuse them even when Besides Cascareta cost only 10 cents a quietly took away the favorite young be known as the housing j lady of the But this is to i It will consist of be expected from men who spenttwo j president of the privy council Sena or three years in France with the Prin tor minister of labor In Saint Pancras district of Lon don Comyns Carr is the Liberal cess get spend a few months in a and are invalided One who helped to win the war in France and Is able to win a at and he has done and is now spending a quiet rest in nuarters known only to as they left with sealed His comrades vicechairman of re and minister of Rowell will be chairman of the Major second in command of District Depot has been nominated as soldier candi candidate against Un awat his and will help him date for the Cowichan in the Both men have done their bit in the and the issue has set tled into one of officer or Carr advertises himself as a and therefore appeals for the Votes of all military comrades and their Barnett retorts al though fiftyfive years pld and unable to get to the he trained men in including a thous and start housekeeping In Macleod some time next McGowan ac companied by his favorite minister the vacancy created by the resignation of Captain The nomination was made drove to the home of Mudij by the Duncan branch of the Great where he was married to Miss j War Veterans He used to ranch on the and MORE SOLDIERS ON WAY HOME militia de partment has received word that two more vessels carrying Canadian troops have left England for They are the Northland with 24 955 other and 77 civilians on and the carrying 1 In 833 other ranks and 48 civil The Northland it is expeft dock at Halifax on or about I and the Grampian at probably the same There aro one officer and 78 other ranks from Alberta on the Northland and thn officers and 42 other ranks on the EMBEZZLEMENT Francis of Prince ton in speaking at Toron to declared that if the British Empire and the United States chose to live together in love and harmony they could control the both civilized and uncivilized that they could po lice the seas and keep the peace against any other adverse That is something worth livI ing something worth talking j and if I were a younger man 1 j would not want a better missionary i career than proclaiming this j he 1 with few took tho late train McGow an is principal of the public which position he held before enlisting in the Princess Only one new case o flu has been reported this week from with two from the district Many people are leaving for their homes in the east and to spend Christmas with their it it is only finf weather they they could get nothing better than Sunny The curlers at thnir meeting Mon day night Joridod to add another sheet of ice to their rink and began work on it The number of mem bers till ranch on the and later was with the Royal Bank at Montreal and in In discussing Some Aspects of the Peace Settlement before the Cana dian Club of the Newton Rowell made a strong declaration in favor of Great Britains retention of sea and from the Peace conference he looked for three main results A just peace a League of Nations to maintain and enforce that peace and the strengthening of the unity now existing between the British Commonwealth and the Unit ed SAN The police announced tonight they were in possession of in cash and sec urities recovered from Arthur 21 years who has been tak en into custody by tho authorities to day on a charge of having embezzled approximately from the East Side Bank of where he was formerly Davis was arrested through the instrumentality of a Portland police who in in San Fran cisco on a leave of FINE THING FOR APPLE GROWERS Amos wife M o mnnAOOW IT EMBASSY AI opponent of mill time leader in the Walter Scotts welcome to Journal ism is evidently confined to those that agree with his In the contemporary of the tho Hcott refers to paragrapn in one of Scotts icles which contributed from Vic as follows Walter Scott then to cri ticize the article in tho Free but before doing KO ho says I must the well known tarisin and one Progressive has obtained an in terlocutory decree ofjdlvorce from her husband in New Pinchot was Miss Gertrude Minturn her She separated from nor husband a short while ago as the step in her plan to divorce Pin rhot is 45 years He was born of American parents In At 24 of tho fruit branch of the department of agriculture that the definite removal of tho threeyoiir embargo ofjou tho importation of into Nothing else works the sour fermentations and poisons from a tender liver and bowels like good old harmless They never never never disappoint the worried CascareU to children aged one year and Directions on eacli 10 cent THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND President K AsVt Manaaer SIR JOHN Supt of BranchM CAFJIAL PAID T RESERVE Am erican legation at Uucharest was found to him been entered and rob ho graduated from He is a law The Dominion government has decid round to mm been entered and rob bed when American Minister Vopicka h a memorial war returned from last Britain is going to be a tiuo thing for Canadian apple The removal of he embargo has had an immediate effect in Nova Scotia where there aro approximately barrels of apples still in cold j Those can ho readily exported to Groat IVlllk KlVCl branch even if the quantity of avail able space is small on individual TRAVELLERS CHEQUES issued by thia Bank are almost an essential to foreign They are readily convertible into the local Detailed information will will be given at any IMVtf iJ1 Lethbridge Branch Manager Wlwner Branch Manager Manage o a Xopicka reporte nriI partincnt today that last Friday d to the state de KK otllcr hJol1s of interest ru e hat Is valued at lhe ot Canada that laluod at more than wens stolen from 12 which had lioon at tho legation by Americans for keop Tin on the doors was brok en and the legation building seriously Germans ijre believed by jfi 8uitably stop writing within five minutes and j tho minister to have been or Kd race to the station to post thii miss lie it is to bo regret both for tho sake of Walter Sul i and his reales tliat that did start five minires The evidently is not in rap tures over tho NEED MEN hun dred ihousand men must he recruited for the navy next year to tako tho plitciM of men enlisted for tho war who he and An orderincouncil has beeii passed naming a commission to be known as The Commission on War Records and to report on the proper location for tho museum anj for the distribution of a certain pro portion of the to thn pro patriotic soci eties and other The personnel of the commission is as Hdmund Toronto Ottawa director of historical general RECOVERED FROM YOUTHFUL THIEF j KAN 17 j police announced tonight thoy were in possession of 18U in cash and securities recovered from Arthur 21yearold who has beon taken Into custody by tho au thorities today on a charge of during embezzled approximately from the East Side of where ho was a former Collections For Business Houses HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW Kylands are giving away a Fur Coat worth Free for the ncnrcst Also three other valuable A coupon with every sale of or The satisfactory service which Merchants Bank renders to BuBinessHouMi in the collecting Drgfto and other financial is due to niimberandstrategic location of its branchel in force Canada and the system Special attention ia given to collections returns are promptly made and credited oases are often by the careind thoroughness with which we do this of our Hie OF CANADA NOBlKFOUO ;