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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE gwttoa worth nollw, that the terms of -repayment- should relieve lie sej- tler of waking payments for R number oi years lu rvdor tbst bo light spend. ol ose, years Iq Improving the 1ZJ ltd Str.il W. A. iJUihmnin e property and ruaklcs blcsslf caid his family TQllEiEC BLOCKED THE NATURAL RESOURCES Quebec dlau't belp Itself UnionGpyernirtent and Disaffection By J.' ItERALP SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918.. In Ibo e Editorial 1224 wnl, when-Its'premier Ihe monkey wrench In Iho'mtchlneA-" vs Hie Calgary Alberlan II, onj pro- vented the western provinces from gelling nalural resources. Sir Lomer Goufn seems'lo hjvs'bandltd the uiallep with "malice aforethought." Probably be hain't forgotten tho at- B.1M! "lud. o'f Ine Western premiers n year 11- red ago and maybo he Is Etill of Ihe mind delivered) per year......... f-JJ.LoJ outcMuiy. but no nalural i by mail, yenr ....'...15.00 ,ourca3 be blocked v Weekly, per year ....._ DKHlSffllHG eey, j, Wwlily, by'roall. per year to n.S. ihe of expiry ol subscriptions ap- ietr dally on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration dale our aulbprlly lo continue the lub- 'scrlplldn. A'PRESENT DAN6SR USE THE'CLIPPERS Vresent dariger.Is the slate of the-trees both on the'boulevards and on-private icrly. 'lii their liugth and stretch over tho sidewalks menace to the pedMtrtan In.tbat hi, or ihe, runs, Iho risk of hJivtog an.eye. or eyes, gouged out uawarlRtfy. This Is E ser- Sous'contingeBer wklcli may well be by those to Authority.but tb'ere tre-.roinor, annoyances which these protu'slonsicreatei fa the "way of disaf- ranging one'srhMd gear. It i enough for, tho mere man, but Ifl, ln: finitely" wjioae bats need far more careful and plains- tailng with a mmount of" attached .to IL cold and exposed sidewalk ll not ci- actly of Iho nature' ot a boudoir, ..and the ladies are, not to be expccled to taXo the-disarrangement good nmtur- transfer of the nalural resources. Tbe Calgary Alberlan has gathered' somu Inslda Infornnllon about Ibs Confer- ence of Provincial Ministers ai Ot- tswa, when tbo nalural resources mat- ter was. the chief consideration. Hew is Us slory: Asithe western provinces wanted Ibelr lands and also the annual grant In lieu p! lands, the eastern men Jc- ma'ndcd some'considcr'allon' for their provinces. -Tba argument of tbe west- ern representatives thai tholr re- sources had been largely alienated from Ibe" crown, and therefore pos- sessed little value now compared ivtth their value when they became prov- inces was accepted, bul tha maritime provinces" sllll Insisted that they should' haversoice financial consider- ation" of, tho-.wes- tern provinces lor the annual grant, and'nho for the remainder :of-thelr But the maritime provinces were not unreasonable. A lump sum of a few hundred.thousand dollars would have been suiiiclenl. Onlarlo and Quebec, however, did not see thai way. Premier Gouin of Quebec was Ihe master hand In the convention. He admitted at once that the western provinces should have their lands. It'was a quesllon of prin- ciple, and principle must be main- tained. Bnt It the western provinces In addition received certain per capita In eiuerlenc'i! coalition 'gone beyond Iho itago of an. Initial Jbeen Initltu.- tlons Jn'tho'nature of expediency and Jo not UPIKW to Iki tusl of endurance-in pybtta aentlmeal.. This has'notsb'ly been CAM'In British Isles' v.'iiore such gbvarnuwnU In certain periods have, had Thfcy cannot said lo to paputorin the Eonte1'of having tho uowlmoui support of the people tt large u tbe groups In tbe election now over, H Is by no means problja- ntlcal. but quite within the bounds of certainly tbal Uyi coalition govern- ment will be sustained by Ihe elect- orate, llut such result In Great Bri- lain may be said to be a macbinlca! one due lo Iho victorious ending ol the war al tho time that' governmsnt presided over the destinies of "the na- lion. In Ibe conclusion forecasted Ihe sentiment of relief from stress and danger, with the Jublla- following- tho Ireni'.of events, will have drowaed all others. What has appeared difficult In the maintaining in Great Britain becomes more so in Canada with its enormous area as compared to that ot the for- I'or this reason the centraliza GRASSY UUCB. UfO. llad to to rouort thit ill tke Mr, .....-ley la and'aboat ,_________to it, bis post U UIB- beryani. doing uoae Mr. Bot.er'. ll Ihe lor i fey daya Mr. moylnf akout as briskly and as 'If the 'flu hail grip upon him. Mr. EH la 'mJ, 'the -butcher's Block agajn jnd prepara- ll.ojis.to domudi oi yp-''3eason. Sj'ri 'While ud Sir. Peverllle ala bn dutV'Jt poet 'to be able, to sciv" OieiSselvM veil, In' 'ObrlatBM Mr.' Fred BrobSli It up and agalr.T'and Judge his i It the fate-it tie the species" being aa C- deadly than lie mmle" we V t clly jLuihoriliei. iriUi, n grants, why. thert th'e.samo per capita grant should be given io all ot tha other provinces. The fact that the trovinces of Onlario and Quebec had ecelTtd large additions to their areas n very recent years, including the j; Jo'r them It creaUon fedai MrT'by'the'oblriid- jnV branches, i, Sifely tint .w'rfmr as. they are personnlly concerned should "ciiiie ih'em' to' give' the' matter i Lopping This 'Is It '4 trees tho'public thf co'ncern. the 'sariic thoritles should make It Iheir o'n !v ieaai-tb see' tkal move the .whlchJBre- f- _ 'lid should? t> Immediately dona awaj with. tlon of opinion -la "no eajy task. With our large eile'nt of terri'iory with Its yarylng conditions pere Is a tendency lo divergence rather to.'ttnlty. Again, .coalition .may correctly be said to bo re- garded aV Ideal ones. But-ldeali nev- er realize eipectaUo'ns. Not that Ibe to. but because It.js'a rule of humin nature always lo'expect too over: rate ideals, and .with ibis'.comei'.the consequent disappointment." In Cansiia we have not eiperlment- ed on any large 'scale in' .attempts lo bring the'two political partieartogeti- er in the way of a coalition, govern- ment We have only two records of the attempt, one prior (o confedera- tion., and the cUiervla Ihehgo'Ternmenl r i.. apnpaxvice, to make merry with the .thii'Ohrlslqiu Ths snow conijnues on Ihe f round, bui (he weiihsr (or the-pajt has, on the been genlah and pleasant. ,-J: 1 The- numbers coming Into town subsldencfl'-'of tlj In the country around and the intention, al the people to secure whit la" necessary for a merry Christmai. Tho church, which has been' cloMil since the 'flu be- came will be.reopened next Hunday evening, when -a combined hankiclvlBC led Chrlltmat 'service minister that a larse number will be In ittend- Imnortnncp Ibat tljo .TJnlled States view (odiy, referring to tho approach over "the .SERViCES, BARONS .When' I as'lied tho; presWenl wbal. I In his Tnlnd.1 was Ihe great: purpose mnnts nf of (he co'oference and great goal b" eVovcn months of the present year niakes iho grand aggregate dellelt ot u 'against for the. regular church i services are .lo'-.be. resumed, commencing, on Sunday's! Ihe'uaual hour, ani.Hltjftrary-Is-to be opened again ten monlhs ending October 30. Miss Fanny Hanson, n vetcrfln pub; could answer ss.vrEiS-'u 1. The plain people, of anilous latlon 'toward and' Ir ata "C teacher died at lakeji-dlagnosl very recent years, inciuaing me omplele'ownership of 'he "resources now .existing. The principle of union as not taken Inlo consideration. cnliused the nation at the'lime--it enunciated, and Ihe'relum of the. the other provinces I union government was a triumphant would receive from the government oa one. jt was the ideal thing "in- mea's a-pe'oSW. should ne united In one great national .purpose that of u'nlnl of pkrlies) there'-was Jhe onlyC.salvj tion'in a lime of stress and eme'rg ency. The old: human, story la repeated today in thifexpectajicy Bel- dom or never .cornea up to the sland- With the'pnbUcatiou'oi the prelim Inary ttmlemni .ty the governmen en the Und Mlllement scheme cmlc to Uie ore'tt the Returned'sol dlers desiring to go oa the land Vlo cafe" also for "ihe increasing Imml- intion which will follow demobiilu-; 'tlon of the-armiee; the laod eettlement ..plan appean [o cryitalllztni, within a short lime something of u a d-tlElte" nature by way ot a. pro- tonncement may be. expecled. The 1 Dominion government apparently baa endeavored ;to arrive at a solution. of the problem' o'J fjndlcc land not only tor soldlen but immigvauts. it being .i-asiumed greatest needs a larger population and an _In- ereue of onr agricultural posalblll- r It would appear from the memoran- dum that the government Intends to Edward IJlariflr. gTznt; of f burse; replied premier Gouin. V expendlrore of the'province 6i-Prtnce Edward Island la less than iilt.a million, lhat fairly took.th'e breiih-away. represerilative. Ttat was njrsly too good lo be true. .ifThe.Quebec premier_proceeded wllh KlsV figures, referred .'to "the that Ociario'and Quebec hiving reach- ed the. maximum population provided for ui the agreement with the we'sterfi provinces, those_-provinces' wonld .not get as capita grant from Ihe Dominion under" this "piin. How- ever, Ihe twp provinces would ,get annually.from the Do- -linl'on..'.''. Tbe' provincial heav- ed dtep slgb, for none coulj Imagine the Dominion accepting any such ob- Hgallob that-pnt an end to any moderation on the part of the rerire; senutlves of ihe maritime, provinces. Wllh such large granls in It would be suicidal for them lo discuss anything IMS ASSJL 1 THE IIUSY 'v llanson, n yetcran pub; tn y arj, iBking- themselves this lns.Utu (here-bo-found Inough at London, On A mis- omj tho lakeji-dlagnoslg which cost he Board lo creale safeguards ol In pension money was brought to lieht wllir Miss "on- 1 WBIB presen sstlll of Iho I mllsl of 'oourse, vie shared- Tcit riallohs ol'thi wortdTal pccsstlll killed many'persons, an Englishman has Invented -aJ-ocvfce .that is intend- son's' death. Twenty-two years ngo she forced to resign her position on ihe Etaff of Iho Cbllegiale Insti- tute Ihrough illnesSj pronounced, llier physician as tuberculosis, and us eipecled lo live only a months, a pension of ,a month .was granted by Ihe Board of Education '61 that lime lo be paid tor, recog- nlllon 'of lens service." Some jlaler an examining board of doctors was sent to ascertain Iho serlonsiie lo creale wjrB aml reEpon5iblllties m 'vo ent nml WBIB presented br lli 7 n-.person .Ydrti br.johnf went by airplane from j Mline-a tew weefci In less, ttan Mlnea two hours. And. It took the ot.Iaruf. forty years to' of her "Illness, and they, cf the opinion Lthat.but a. few months St. life femained lo herj io.tho pension" was conlinuVdj and has been re t gularly. up to'lhe present.. HOW MANV YARDS OF SILKINE OUR SHOW! WINDOW? i" giving away a Kur Coat .-worth 1150.00 Free for tlio nearest csflmate. Also three oilier valuable '.prize's'.'- A co'upoii wllh every sale ot 51.00 or over. oneo( rMSOIls whj. This hear ul and even Bf tie union goverorneaty It Is not the fault Al the'governjnenti but the fact that reallzatron come up to tL second'reason In. the exist eiice of tha poUlical. gerjh. which Is an enduring bacillus in many natures- So far asMne two great parlies go II can je correctly slated there Is nothing lo accentuate the' difference between distance. Mrs. Cathei Ihe oldest res------------ dead, in her 'hundred and fl.- few weeks of her deal- wu an ictive knitter, .out l It ins fborUy after IhU that the conferencE-'adjourned, not to meet Quebec had Achieved their end, which waa to nullify Ibe negotiations. Pre- mier Gouin had skilfully carried his joint. Uke up land and dtvelo; Vri, and that will be Uken o'e" inan "eightg nalra' of .eocka.. for "Mti Major H.T.- -w wounded In France while serving with the 13Ui haltallon ot Montreal, died at Halifax of Influenia. Before the war Major Cnlpman was edllor ol the fined and costs, lor Iransportlng s the agricultural interesls of west and tbe business interests of tie cast- However in just this difference Jle're Is something ot an axiom Iri'human nature agreeing lo disagree..Hence the reason why political parties 'are ton to disappear. Furtter, herediiy and environment the dllference :Tne: season. and good .-.will is at blind: May It remain with lie world forever.- thai Cthe DomlnlBiijircrverniMnt's'svors i 'good atrtt wild I'aoii.laiVt one of the 1 means ot making; pwners'sei a rejion- at 65 cents Is, perliapJ, an- bjher "war the 'cow, the Toronto SUr Ihlnts, "not having beard .tiat ihe war Is over. r' about tf earlier fishing season; Had Its fbhermen td y province where Staotcli considered S3 a fishing neceirtty, they wonld Wveel all about H'thlig. n the truth of the Cllhertan saying )one Is born a. llllle-.Con- servative or a little'Liberal. There s'lhe natural desire tq see. the party, or, In other words, tbe family escutch- eon In the ascendancy. .Added.to.'this there Is the a'.Uchment. toi rjereonali- world. In the matter cf (arllf la significant Uiat by'concensu's" life sent ciblnel- aheKed the mailer'until Ibe end of tde.war. yThIsf-fojr the pur- pose of Vrcaling tJlb _unanlmity '.which was TnT war being" ever, the question minds e'ilrth. When' thesi 10 bottles of Montana whiskey Into SasVatcbewan. As the 70 bottles were found In his car by Ihe police, he had no defence.- '4 A baby boy. born1 and Mr3. P O. R'opp, at Driest River, Idaho, la the illh child lo bless Ihclr union, nine of whom are.living. Mn.-.Hopp Is but 30 years u uu chli'o Sh if age. The oldest handsome wo man. ihe.plclure '.a'.' health, wllb rosy cheeks and robust Saskatchewan will be marked by elenhono.pole, .rmtes-.lo auto- accorillng lo'plans nnder consldjri1 tlpn bj the .SMkatchewan Molof league. H has been deftaitely decid- ed to mark ,onl jiulei by Ming tele- phone extent his by the de- St. Cyprian's Qhiireh 11th Street and 'Bth AVI. South. R.v. Canon W. V. McMlll.n, Rector "Celebration of Holy Communion at 11 o'clock Service. I Mallns, 11 n_m. Sunday Schoo Bible Classes' 3 p.m. Bapllsm, Evening Song at 7.30 p.m. I ol an of. l whole for aoldler Ee'tllemenl, It it InlereaUcK to rud 'Ihe idvannd .D. McRae an of the .Cirrida. Under ctoso to settle- .arhe :hu of litamt "it M long terms lite majie It easy for him to cipl- hli indottry while at the !-fcae the fbvirBment wonld lerur- ._ the inomey to redeem Its It'll snggesjed that William ollem be confined in SL Hel- ensf, but we adhere lo our original proposal, sayfl Ibe Kincardine Review, that lent to u Calgary sob-divl yean U.e Hamilton Hera'iJ ba favoring the elecllon of women as members of the school board. A It Is aanonnced lhat a lady who ll a prominent member of Ihe W- C. U. ll thinking about offering Thls ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Cor. 2nd Ave. and 8th Strte! South Rev. Canon J. E. Murrell-Wrifht, H.A Rector. Services: S a.m., 11 a.m., 7.30 p.m. Even Song, 7.30 p.m. ereln ihe'government can bej said I j( )3 have fallen down It Is by no means r- CHRISTIAN SCllENCB Christian Church Car. 3rd and cih St. S, Oliver L. Curtli, Pastor S12 Seventh South Phone 502 Sunday School at We- are look.: Ing for, you. Preaching and com- munion al 11.30. Op: Miss I-amont speaks lo iho per- aon'al workers. 45 Christian Endeavor. 30: Christmas Sermon al 7.30. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block.'7th Street V Sunday Service it II a.m. Subject: Ihe Universe, Including Man, Evolved by Atomic Sunday School convents al Ihe close of Ihe Sunday morning service. VediKsffay. Evcnina.'lestlnioar 111 at I pm. Tbe reading room la open ilaltT-ev LIQQ BIBYOa [n-ccsdncil were not acceptable to some. vas piewnted, jwWch iu The govc-rnrr.eat has been made, ibo deficit cllj's publli without due consideration I i lime r'cgulalloris, the i touch with'ihe pnemment Ih.M In pcrlM cf Ihe toontry's hmory. ft'Is said, make ihe cWe! plank of her plallovm the adoptlun of rojulaci'in j prohiblllng male leacbers smoking In public. "No, we can 1 inenl interest 'at high (hen chbisg nway. .In of ftmnG closely within- the of c i personal and public cntlfiisTTi, and Oen. McRie makes ose Jhc.JItra.ld, _ hyoer-crillcism, -It ll turprjte werjiii ?L BAITIST Flraf IBaptist I'hnreh Corner Mil Ave. and 3rd Ave. 5. R6V F. W. B.A., Paslor At 11 Subject: "The ?lrth of God." Snniiay School nnd Paslor'e Bible CUTS. .SO Sabject: "The Empire of There ,wlll bo appropriate Music at both services. Song Service at 7.15. A cordial-welcome l> eitcndtd lo all METHODIST RIDGE SALVATION ARMY A4J. Kra. Hamilton, ofricin In i charge. Sunday, 11 a.m., 3 and 7.30 p.m. Sunday Scbool. I p.m. Mccnay, .Thursday. Satnrday, 8 p.m.; V Rev. E. CrajBi D" Paitl Residence 120.11th SL B. Phonea: '-f 4M, Church ftludy 1M t Claude Hughei, L.A.B.. Mm.. Dlrtctor Christmas Servkef. 11 nm. Morning Worship: Alter the four yenrs of war, now lhat peace has been declared, thls.ousbl be one of tho brightest Christmas ser- vices In our experience. The sermon and music will be appropriate to Ibe occaslnn." 12 p.m.: niblo Scnool and nlble Class- ,c.t Each member of tho B. ,3. la reminded to bring their gift for the N'uralng Jllaalon. J.30 Evening Service: -Special preach- er. ReV. Hugh' Dbisoh, D.D., of Hcglns.. (I.ale 5l.h Ave. N. Baptlat Cturcb) Sunilay' Evenlpf .Subject: sivliur." Everybody a- lo T ini Tnnrsday gervlcn. AH. THE UNITED NORTH LETllBRIDGE -1 Rev. E. J. Hodjina, 8.A., Pallor 1871 N-. Phoiw Choir L a.m B.D., will preach. 7.15 p.m.: Song Servlcca. 7.30 p.m.: Special Xmas services Birthday of the King." PENTECOSTAL _ PENTECOtTAl. AMEMBUV 2OS Thlrtwrrth 81. N. Rev. C. M- Nfye, Patter 7th Ave. A. 8. Sunday Service! 11' i.n. and -7.31 p.m. Ror. A, Crjasy, of Culver, wll 'preach it.both lervlces. Evening service will .be r.s fol'uwi Organ prelude. Cohvoinllon. KJnr'ol, "Hark the ilereU Slnz. .Ilymi! No. 2, Ixiye plvlne. I Prayer nnd Scrlplure nciding. Hymn, O Come All Yc FiithfuL'. -Prayer and Prarte Service. Hymn No. 153, Wonderful Solo, The" laster'a Garden. Orjfan His N'imc Skill Called Jesus. Sermon, Rev. A, Cressy. Hymn and Beneillclllon. Orjan VolimUiry, ;