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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHWlbOE DAILY HERALD DECEMBER INO i Stl tth Street f iMhanan 1 iwr ifinaglKg Dlwetbr lohft Manager TILIPMONtB II Subscription Rates per M per year by per by year by mall per year to M00 ot expiry ot subscriptions ap pear daily on address Accept ance of papers after expiration date is ovi authority to continue the tub script A PRESENT DANflER USE THE CLIPPERS An present danger Is tbe state the branches ot the trees both on the boulevards and on private prop In their length and stretch over the sidewalks they are ft menace to the pedestrian or runs the risk of having an or gouged out This is a ser ious otmtlngettey may well be noted by those in but there are minor annoyances which these creatS fa the way of disar ranging ones head It is bad enough for the mere but in finitely worse for the ladies whose bats need far more careful and pains taking with a certain of pride1 attached to The cold and exposed sidewalk is not ex actly of the nature of a and the ladies are not to be expected to take the disarrangement good natur In the face irf the female of the species being regarded aa more deadly than the male we warn 4 the authorities that with the nature ef thetrees disregarded there will of Drawing If once the creation onvthe female awry by the obtrud ing Safety first so far as they are personally concerned should cause them to give the matter This IB thf time for lopping trees in the public Those on the be the crtyl At the same time the au thorities should make it their busi ness to tea that private owners re move the branches ex isting The danger annoyance are there and shouldbe Immediately done away McRAES SUGGESTION ON LAND SETTLEMENT With the publication of the prelim inary statement by the government on the land settlement scheme calcu lated to take care ot the returned sol diers desiring to go on the land and to care also for the increasing Immi gration which will follow demobiliza tion of the armieef the land settlement plan appears to be and within a short time something of a definite nature by way of a pro nouncement may be The Dominion government apparently has endeavored to arrive at a solution of the problem df finding land not only for soldiers but it being assumed that Canadas greatest needs a larger population and an in crease ot our agricultural possibili It would appear from the memoran dum that the government intends to Wheip soldiers and immigrants take up land and develop and that stepaalso will be taken t to make idle to settlement a price on and leas jjd tile ooBBfjCtion it is particularly totepMting to that flie Dominion favors a stiff wild as one of the means of making ownera set a retson on their In connection with vthlg whole ques ytion of land for soldier it interesting to read the suggestion advanced by McRae Who would apply ap adaptation of the Ipffiih Act Under an to settle f by the gov on prfflrSf and this land to long1 low of laUreai and the resjaVyiient by settler OB long at a low rate ould make it easy for him to capl his industry while at the same vme tbe government would be teour the money to redeem its land so geetton worth that the terms of repayment should relieve the tier of making payments for n number of years in ovder that ho might available rMurns of those iri improving the property and making hlmsalf otad his fatally a QUEBEC BLOCKED THE i NATURAL RESOURCES Quebec didnt help itself in tho when its premier the monkey wrench In the machinery as the Calgary Atbertan puts ani pro vented the western provinces from getting their natural Sir Lomer Oouln seems to have handled the matter with malice Probably he haent forgotten the nt titude of the western premiers a yenr ago and maybe he Is still ot the mind ot autonomy but no natural re he blocked the transfer of the natural The Calgary Albertan has gathered some inside information about the Confer ence of Provincial Ministers ai Ot when the natural resources mat ter was tlie chief Here is its story As the western provinces wanted their lands and also the annual grant in lieu of the eastern meu de manded some consideration for their The argument of the west ern representatives that thoir re sources had been largeb J alienated from and therefore pos sessed little value now compared with their value when they became prov inces wag but the maritime provinces still insisted that they should have some financial consider ation tolbftset therequest thewes tern provinces for the annual and also for the remainderoftheir But the maritime provinces were lot A lump sum of a lew hundred thousand dollars would lave been Ontario and did not see it that Premier Gouln Union Government and Disaffection By in the experience ft ftlstbrlM coalition fttn pone beyond the stage Of an initial tThey haft jfciwn Intti lions in thenature of expediency and do not appear to have eurvived the teat of In pnbMO erfntlmei This has notably been the case In the British Isles where such governments in certain periods had They cannot be said to be pvpnlar in the sense ot having the unanimous support of the people at large as the groups in the election now It is by no means problem but quite within the bounds of certainty that thje coalition govern ment will be sustained by the elect But such result in Great Bri tain may bs said to be a mechanical one due to tho victorious ending of the war at the time thai government presided over tbe destinies of the na In the conclusion forecasted the major sentiment of relief from stress and with the jubila tion followingtho trend of will have drowned all What has appeared difficult in the maintaining in Great Britain becomes more so in Canada with Its enormous area as compared to that of the for For this reason the centraliza tion of opinion is no eaty With our large extent of territory with IU varying conditions is a tendency to divergence rather than to coalition governments may correctly be said to be institutions re garded as ideal But ideals nev er realize Not that the ideals arein themselves to but because it is a rule of human nature he western provinces should have their It was a question of prin and principle must be main But if the western provinces n addition received certain per capita why then same per capita rrant should be given to all ot the other The fact that the provinces of Ontario and Quebec had large additions to their areas n very recent including the complete ownership of the resources was not taken into Premier Gouln then read out a care ally prepared estimate of the addi rate and with this comes the consequent In Canada we have not experiment ed on any large scale ih attempts to bring the two political parties togeth er in the way ot a coalition govern We have only two of the one prior to confedera and the the government now The principle of union enthused the nation at the time it was and the return of the are glad to Ale to ropMt that All flt Korif Haley is and abovt anta fe at his port at the lim ber Robert arflLachUn Is deing buslMM 44 apparently the worte lot tv few under quar Motrow la moving about ae briskly and pleasantly as if the flu had never laid Its grip upon Ell at the butchers block again and making prepara to meat 4Be demands of the fes tive While aid Peverllle are wnttt on baak and ex pect to be able to acquit themselves Christmas Fred Brooks is up and abont and would Judge his able to make marry with the UUs Christmas The snow continues on the ut the weather for the past week on the been genial and The numbers coming into town would indicate a subsidence of the flu in the country around and the njention of the people to secure what s necessary for a merry The Pretbyterlnn which has been closed since the flu be came will be reopened next Bunday when a combined thanksgiving and Christmas service will te The minister Ishoping that a large number will he In attend RESUME CHURCH BARONS Own Carrrapondnat regular ihurch services are to be lommencing on Sunday at the usual and is to be opened again ional grants that the other provinces j union government was a triumphant would receive from the government on j it was the ideal thing fir mens his The province of Prince i 2dward for woaid that a people should be united get an additional grant of about one great national purpose that of victory injthq Exoec grant of that H1011 1 of there was the sal Siward of replied Premier v i As the expenditure of the province of Prince Kdward Island is less than lalf a that fairly took the reath away fromIts That was surely too good to be The Quepremer ped wlh his and referred to the fact hat Ontario and Quebec having reach tion in a time ot stress and emerg The human it repeated today in that expectancy sel dom or never comes up to the stand ard figured in This Is one of the reasons why today we hear of h the ta but the ed the maximum population provided for in the agreement with the western those provinces would not fact that realization has not come up to all that fancy A second reason lies in the get as large a per capita grant fronn r l8 germ which is an the Dominion under this plan Howenduring bacillus in many So the two provinces would get agJ tile great part es go t can over annually from the correctly stated there is nothing to minion accentuate the difference between The provincial representatives heavjlhem au8 jt exisls in other ex ed a deep for none couU imagine matter of tariff But the Dominion accepting any such ob even thls dQes not that pot an end to any moderation on the part of the repre sentatives of the maritime With such large grants in would be suicidal for them to discuss anything of deep For Jeaving po litical contour aside it may properly be said to be a dividing line between the agricultural interests of tfee west the business interests of the However in just this difference there is something of an axiom in human was to nullify the Pre mier Gouln had skilfully carried his It was shortly after that that the nature ii agreeing to conference not to meet I reason why political parties are The provinces of Ontario and more ilkelv to exiut than to Quebec had achieved their which heredity and environment count in perpetuating the difference in the truth of the Gilbertan saying that every one is born a littleCon servative or a little There is the natural desire ta see the In other the family escutch eon in the Added tothis there is the attachment to tiQa leadingmen In the matter of tariff it is significant that hy tlie pre The season of peace and good will is at May it remain with the world Butter at 65 cents an tlie war the Poronto Star not having heard i shelved I the end of that the war is is already talking about ay earlier fishing Had its fishermen to livein aprovince where Scotch isnt considered aa a fishing they would forget all about i Again it is suggested that William Hohenzollern be confined in Hel but we adhere to our original untl1 for the pur that he be tent to u Calgary subdivi Foi years the Hamilton lias been favoring the election of women as members of the school At last It la announced that a lady who it a prominent member of tha Ii thinking about offering her Sflf as a Does the Herald ojilfcer not This lady Jjt is make the chief plank of her platform the adoption of a regulation prohibiting trustees and male loachers smoking in we cant pose of creating the unanimity which was the iiT the formatioaot union war being over Uie question tha minds of many may appear roads re When tlioHo things are apprqajated it does not ficult tosense the reason of disaffection in certain quarters with present For it is abundant on every aide that when it comes down to specific acts the government can said to have fallen down it is by no means Cer aaye tlie Kincardine a matter tain suchaa tho Military Ser vico and the multitude of orders Incouncil were not acceptable to The government has been the aCjapegoat without due consideration being paid and emphasis laid on the exigencies of the By raason of thefco very the time the people of have been brought into ttoser i touch with the government In any period of the countrys iIin of that has bfcin an ever present not en Urely oonffned to a aessjon of inent with interest at then ehbing In Uie uatqjv of this the govornmont 4 coiuo closely within Uie of P lA IN ASSING FOR THE UC9Y unici Railroad T Ing The interviewer then continues of am confident the big council of statesmen ot the world will be able to reach a Just and reasonable solution of the problems that will be presented to them and hus earn the gratitude of tho world tor the most critical and necessary lervice which has ever been rendered said President Wilson in an inter view referring to the approach I told thfc president that soike people were asking why the president of the United should Europe at this Wilson Re To me the reply seems The problems which are to be ie termined are 6f such overwhelming importance that the United States can not refuse to share with al to That Wilson Is approaching these great responsibilities m the right spirit ir iclearly In hiw reply to questions as to his plant for the jmfcedlite 1 A said rn near future only irithf allltd atateamen in but also to visit allied conn and learn at much I at I can by perosnal contact of gen eral sentiments relative to the chief problems My first lies their great responsibility he It is only by the most frank personal of to visit the American ference with the statesmen of the If I do not have the oppor liod countries that I can In sortie tunlty io visit the allied armies I hope measure assist In ot these least to see something of Becaiiss London tnofor buwes have killed many an Englishman has invented a device that is intend who is t John person Cew itlllties over the previous month of which for the eleven months of the present year makes the grand aggregate deficit of as against for theten months ending October Miss Fanny a veteran pub ic school and collegiate institute died at A mis akea diagnosis which cost the Board of Education in pension money was brought to light with Miss Han sons Twentytwo years ago she forced to resign her position on the staff of the Collegiate Insti tute through pronounced by her physician as and as the was expected to live only a few a pension of a month granted by the Board of Education 61 that time to be paid for life in recog nition of long Some years later an examining board of doctors was sent to ascertain the seriousness of her and were of the opinion that but afew months of life remained to so the pension was and has been paid re gularly up to the When asked the president in his was the great purpose of the conference and the great goal toward which the delegates he replied I think the plain rrtnn on the could answer that question as well as The plain people of nations are now looking with anxious expec tation toward and ate sure they are asking themselves1 this there be found enough wisdom among the there assembled to create safeguards against future and gome of them very urgent and press which were presented by the j successful termination of the great war of be shared the nations worldas arms In their owa coun HOW MANY YARDS OF 8ILKINE ARE IN OUR WINDOW IlylandR fe are giving away a Fur Coat worth Free the nearest Also three other valuable A coupon with every sale of or went by airplane from Egypt to Pal estine a few in less than two And it took the of Israel forty years to negotiate the j said the oldest resident of is dead in her hundred and Uptd a few waeks of her death she was an active and turned QUt more than eighty of socks for the Cross Major who was wounded in France while serving with the 13th battalion of died at Halifax of Before the war Major Chlpman was editor of the Annapolis Richard Mahan In the provincial police court at was fined and costs for transporting 70 bottles of Montana whiskey into As the 70 bottles were found n his car by the he had no A baby born td and at JPrtest is the llth child to bless their nine of whom are Ropp is but 30 years of The oldest child Is Sho IB a handsome wo picture o with rosy cheeks and robust Saskatchewan pole ihjitouriUg will be marked by to auto iy before rnext according to plans under considera tion by the Saskatchewan Motor H has been definitely decid ed to mark out JQputes by using tele phone iindxperniission to this extent has beeq granted by the de partment of of the suggesting that bacon and it in town at qouDiajtipvprlcaii they re qeivelfor live ioV opuld also aell broduce to townspeople andsiiakesome of the profitthat now to the mlddle It is At Hie meeting Uie Reglna coun cil the report city auditor for the eleven erfdlag November was which showed an increased deficit In tbe citys public tural order of Betng as they re it is not ggjuuch a matter of 4ur rise that is It would be mojf of HULJijrUlcUni MANYilfcANS IN TMEJJ I is a Victory Bond the hoaroat ANGUCANX Cyprians Church 11th and ith Canen Hector Celebration of Holy Communion at 11 oclock i 11 Sunday School and Bible Classes 3 4 Evening Song at AUGUSTINS CHURCH 2nd and 8th Street South Canon Services 8 11 Even Christian Church 3rd and Uth Oliver Pastor Seventh Street South Phone 502 Sunday School at Wo are looH ing for Preaching and com munion at Miss Lament speaks to the per sonal Christian Christmas Sermon sit CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BAPTIST Pint Baptist ihurch Corner tth and 3rd Rev Pastor At 11 Subject The Birth of Sunday School and Pastors Bible Subject Empire of There will be appropriate Music at both Song Service A cordial welcome extended to all SALVATION ARMY and officers In 11 3 and Sunday a 8 The Band in ay and Thursday Hearty WeieemT to CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 Subject Is the Including Evolved by Atomic Force Sunday School convenes at the clone of the Sunday morning Wednecyjiy Tuaupioay meet lag at 8 The reading room Is open daily ex ropt Sundays and legal 3 to 5 the Bible and author Christian Science literature may be borrowedor Thn public Is cordially invited to at tend tho church also to visit Uie reading METHODIST Wesley Church Residence 320 llth 8t Phones Parsonage Church Study 408 Claude Director Christmas Services 11 Morning Worship After the four yearn of now that peace has bean this ought to be one of the brightest ChriHtnias ser vices in our The sermon and music will be appropriate to the 12 Bible School and Bible Class Kach member of the is reminded to bring their gift for the Nursing iDvonlng Service Special Hugh of THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH Pastor 1271 Wn Phone 1 Choir 11 HtigJf 31 will Song Special Xmas services the Birthday of the PRESBYTERIAN Knos Chareh Corner 4th and Mh Street capi Paster Aetlnf Regular services morning at 11 and evening at 10 Boys Department Big Waters Bible Big Brothers Bible Other Departments of Sunday Chinese NORTH LBTHJPRIDQB Q08PKL Late 5th Baptist Oburcb Sunday Evening Subject a Everybody PENTECOSTAL PENTtCOSTAL ABOEMBLV 206 Thirteenth Pastor 2t4 7th Sunday Services at H and ot will preach at both Evening service will be as follows Organ Hark the Herald Angels v Love i Prayer nnd Scripture O Come All Ye I rayeiand Praise Hymn Wonderful The Hla Name Shalt Culled Hymn and Orfan ;