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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mmr ill 1^ / W. A. Buehanan Edltorial-.rOffiM,,^.., ,1224, Su^aprlptiqn Ratw: Dally^aeUvered. per week .16 Daily'-delivered, per yea;: - � by mall per fees .....,.$5.00 ^, by 'm^Q^peiseir ...�1.50 By! by mall, per Wto tr^.s�8-00- Datea of expiry ol �?l|?9.rlPtloni ap-�tear daily on addreis label. Acceptance oljapera alter expiration date la ou? autborlty to continue the tub-" � ^"^ Bcriptidn., _ . A'PRESENT DANGER USE THfe CLIPPERS iUi^e;Ter Wesent daiu^f; Is tie' state . of the'bi>a&che8 oi.the tijees both �n � the '"boulevards .and on private prop-cVty. In tSelr> length aiid stretch pver tbo Btdewalks thay are,^ a menace to ithe pedeatrlan4n^tbat he. or ehe, run^ the risk of liavlnK an eye, or eyes^ gouged out unraritti^y. hats need far more careful and p^^ns-i taking ^jdsU^t, 'with CM-tain � amount ofTprrdo^ attached to It The �old and !expo�Ba.3^idew*lk la notyex-actly of,the nature of a bondolr,^and V the ladies are^ not to be expected to A take the .illBarraagement good natur- -.^ V In thfe faoeSM tto 1^ species" being ragarded v^it'deadly than the male" we wani'jthe J*f. for.thenL.if onpe^jthe crej^tioa oa^the II- feia^ hi Jit^^iifr^'bjntiie'^b^d-.'ii jnjB^bratai^ea^ 8afety'^fin�t^ 'ii^, they are personally concerned should canie tfiem tJj 4lve- the matter :>dne '.'rf Seed. ' - � 'female of the "laore geadbn worth aoUce, that the .terms-of prepayments tdiould relieve the de^^ tier; of making any payments for j\ number of years In oi'der that he might'*p��ia" jvYfllttjileuvi'sturns of thio's^jyeai^ ^ Improving the property and making hlsisslf oSkd his {aiiily a AUE�EC BLOCKED THE IVIAttlRAL RESOURCES Quebec "didn't'-heJp Itself in'^ the iweit, .whan dU spremier ^"threi^ the monkey ^Tench in the'iriachiaeior'* as the Calgary. Albertan puiajt, an4 pro-vented the western . provinces ! from getting tl(eir natural resources. Sir Lomer -OOU^n seems' to have with "malice aforethought" Probably toe-haan't forgotten, the attitude ttf i*ie ^vfestem premders a year ago ahd may.be he is still of the nilad of 190Jg,, autonomy but no natural resources. ^Anyway he blocked the transfer of the natural resources. The Calgary Albertan has gathered some inside information about the. Obnfor-encB of Provincial Ministers at Ottawa, when the natural resources matter was the chief considerattpn. Here is its story: As ithe western provinces wanted their Jands and also the osuual grant in lieu of lands, the eastern men demanded some considGration for tlielr provinces. The argument of the western representatives that thoir resources had been largely v alienated from th^ crown, and therefore possessed little value now compared with their value when they became provr inces wa^'Bccepted, but the maritime provinces" still insisted that they aho\ildT-havevto Be�: that priTate>;owa�rsVr^ move the^ln^j^iH^ea whlcliiareanl'ex-.it;; lf|lM iidsfr. �:^Tboi'aMk9r juaaitL Wj �iMyjaci^are%here*iiintf* sS^uldl'biB iH;; Inunedlately done away with. fc^ 1> OEN.iM^RAE'B SU.aOESTrON 5 I ON LArto" BETTLE^tNT .] J With Iha pnbUcation 'of the preliminary �tatemsiit .tiy the gotemmant r. on the land'aettlemant scheme calcu-^ ; 'lated to take car9 Pf the 7-etumed sol-i, diera desiring to go on the land and .to care also for the Increaeing immigration which will follow demoWliza-i . tlon of tlie annlest the land aettlement �e �ryatalliztng, - and wli�iin a short time aomething^of li* definite nature by way of a ph>-s' liouncement may, be. axpect�d; The � Dominion government apparently has f endeavored :to arrive at a solution of > the problem finding land not only  for soldiers but immigrants, it being It) assumed that ^Canada's greatest needs ,^i:are a larger population and an in--icreaae of our agricultural posalbili-. .^S'tles. � � It would appear from the memorandum that the government intends to ^�:^nmigraiits take up land and develop and that stev^'^aliia wlU be taken ;l$o make idle -"''^ ^-------. aerfrjtg-Ud laflda � farma. to settlement ose by forcing price on and leas-on it is lote that Ecularly.^^.,,,,. ,^,^ Domlnlfftti^j^ej^^injent^ favors a stiff witd'liuid�/:t�x-^fl-one of the .TueaijiB of uii^lSJarioi^'^r^jset a reason-;^.ble pii^:^j^towta8B. In connec^bab 2,'9lth>^ quob- on of lan^V for-i^dier'settlement. It Interest^g'^to/read'i^the "suggestion vanced :1^7,KajorG�^"^A;.D. McRae 0 woul^rflAly a^^da^tlo'k of the ah Act ^if^est^rpv'.Oadada. Under an i^lplIe'wA^^se to settle valuation, satt^^^^^^^^^^^^w rate uld-^akip it' easy for him to cap! 6'liif iQduatry while lat the same > thp'jiwyVnmiBnt'would Tie aegur motley: tO'redeem its land se- In the exp,erieno� i|5j?I�alj ijlatori^, .OQaition ..gowram^iSilv ,ifcfy�in themselves-t govern-ment "TOe have only two records of the attempt^ one prior ytoi.copjtedera-tion, and the othervin -theigovemment now existing. The prljvciploof unlOTi enthused the nation at the'time-it was. enunciated, and' the'return'of the union governdbnt was a trittmphant one. It was the ideal,, thing "^.men's minds that a people sfaodld' he united in one great national.piypose that of (Fm^ tMHrtJwn Corr�apoB4��t}! ' '^.aiRAIST.tMiiat, -deor tO.�;>1ile to re^'. that ailj the| Mr: j!�olii|ri^l'>I(ol4ohian y is;.: doin^" ^ualawa , 4^;'us.iial,, apparantly none the wArB4^^r:a.'fow days n�dto.qttar> i^ntln^.. . . , , . Mr.,'Ho^w,via. moving about ae tiriskly aad-]>l^aeati;tly as If the 'flu liad nevar'/; laid i its grip upon.-himV". 'Mr. Bll  IS �t; the �b\itaher'� ;1)look, again,., and fSu^'sy making prepara-ti.(g!%4j^ ine�t ;^e:demaods ,9( the .fsi|- . !Mr.^,White.wd Mr. Peverille-are aga^;^'^n ;dttt^:^i^t th�|.^battk a^ad.expect to, be ablet; to acqvlt themB�Ivaa well,In'rOhi^atroa8' celebrations.,, { Mr,,.,^d i^^tobkB iB up and abont again, and. oa^i^jWquld Judge fro?n his apQeiir^ofu 0ble to make merry with the rea|' .this sO^Hstq\aa time, . The snow, fxnjitjnues on tho (round, but the weather for the past week has,, on the ;w)iole, been genial;, and pleasant ....-jj";. . ...� ' The- numbers coming into town would T&dichle'a subsidencof *ft the 'flu in the country around aad tiie injentibu of the people to secure whit is nocessarjr for a merry Christmas. The Presbyterian'.^ church, which' has bsen cIo.   Sacntwy. >'   Traumr .'AnflSKrttvy, A��Tn 3C �'"HBAbOFPldt: I KINO STREBT EA^T* Ti[:)inkd� Ufa Iuil4ln( lON0bNjBNOj.?RANC|H ,N�).'�" AufiliJ FrUfi , -fc- OF JUST SOLUTION PARIS, Dec. 20.-"I am \ confident thoibig .council of statesmen of the world will be able to reach a Just and Ing conference-. ".^ .;i i-.-M^ i The- irttervlewer ihen continues: s "1. told thfe president that' soijie' .people -v^el-e aslting why the^pr6-8id*t ! of the- tJnited>State4 shOTil(d"6iraii^o Europe -at-this'time.' 'Mr. Wilson Ife-piled, 'To .ine the r6ply''Beems' vdSy obyious;*-"r'� ' ''>,';^ "^v ��'�'>:'-:^'^: 1 '{The prplileihs wfiiim. are to'be ie-totminted. ore 6tv8uch overwhellinAig importance that U?e .United" -Sli^Ues TJhat Mr. -Wlllsoa IB,- approaching these great responiJlblljLtieB in' tho right 'tfpii'it iSs-rtiovW 5ie , ^^fi''{j^S,-i, o^'^^b^' .trejt couidv=�a^^ef 'iiftV "i"^^^^ lied countries th�\t .1 ,can in,' so^e tUnity,'t'ft.^nsiiesvhave kaied ^^aany'piersons, an Englishman has Invented .anaertce .that is intend- iDr. John''H.-^3to|i^ifew toriC ^ent.by airplane from Efcypt.toaPar eattne a few weeks ago; in less'than two ho^rs. , And it took the cliildreii of Israej forty years to'negotiate, the* distance. ^ i.^.; F : Mrs. �Oatherinejiates'.'said' taijVe the oldest resld&t of London, OntV;-'is dead �jn her hundred and firat. year. Up/tjiTa few w'oeks of her death she jraB an active knitter, and,itumod'flut Ituto through illness, pronounced by '"^^^"""-'-i ''^^i'f"-*;;;--V"' tier physicUin as tuberculosis, aad: U � Ji^-^"^^hl^fXMX^^^LW 'Bhe ivias expected to live only a few the .great nations ofth^.world ;as-fcorig. months, a pension of $50,a month waS ' '' ~" .....-- granted by the Board of Education St. that tlflae to be paid for, life in recognition o^ long eervioe. Some yeaifs later an examining board of doctotfej was sent to ascertain the seriousness f of her'iltness, and they, too, were of the opiniop^that but a^ few months St life remained to her, so the pension' was continued, and has been paid re-' ,gular)y.,up^to the present- , , " ' HOW HiANY; YARDS OF SILKINE ABE-IN OUR SBOWi WINDOW?, Rylands'fe Co. lire giving away a ] Fur Coat-iworth.'^IBO.OO Free fopj the nearest estimate. Also three' other' valuable "priaesV- A coupon with every sale of $1.00 or ovei^.' BobLoog UNION MAl.)i� OVERALLS SHIRTS & GLOVLS 41 Butter at 65 cents-Is, perhaps, an ,o|her ^'war njeasure," the fcow, the pronto Star thinks, -not having, beard;. lihat the war is over. , 4--.*'  . m r-r/'- � � '^i^osBland le-rslready-talking about: earlier fishhig season. Had its fishermin tdll-ve'tn' S'lrroVlnce- *hfere-| '^otoh lent considered as a fishing fLfcessfty, they would fdrget all about fishlag.!- .. � ' - Again it IB 'suggested that William Hoheniollem be confined in St Hel-iff, but we adhere to our origini^l pj'oposal, says the Kincardine Review, that he be sent to a Calgary bud-govemnfedit^The> war being o-yie.r the quegtlon -ln;^^th^. minds ,of ,mjmy.n|ay *BPear, raa&-,for, re'blrth. ^T'' ' When-these things are appr^|ated it does nftt Jjecome jJIfficulj, to^ense (he reason of disaffection'.in certain flftarters' wl'th.Uhe.. preset ^cosjllflon. For it Is-^abundanfonrevery sidetthat when it comes doyn to 'Specific acts wherein the government can be) said to have fallen doWn. It is by -no means ?n easy matter to recor^ them..';,Cer-tain pojicles, such'as thg Mllitdry!|'Ser-vice Act, and the. multitude of orders-in-council were not acceptable to s6me. The Bovemmeut has been made,/the 3|P8er touch wtfh 'the government'- th"' any;'-peribd' of the' country's h , Major H. T:CfiipniaBr who �w�a wounded in France while aerving with the 13th battalion of Montreal, died at Halifax of influen�. Before the war Major Chipman was editor of the Annapolis .Speotatjpr, Annapolis, N. S*.i.' ;,  . jRiQhard MahaniJ, in^- the provincial police court at Vanguard, Sask., was fined .>$400 and costs.for transporting 70 bottles of Moi^tana whiskey idto Saskatchewan. As the 70 bottles were found in his car hX- police, he had no defence.-. " A baby boy, bom^ trf Mr. and Mrs. P. O; Rbpp, at iTrtest River, Idaho, is the 11th child to �bless their unipn, nine of whom are living. Mrs.- Ropp is but 30 years of age. The oldest child is 14- ShoMs a handsome woman, the-picture iof health, with rosy cheeks and robust physique. Saskatchewan yill he marked by �uS;;i.�K;iS'% according to plans under consldra> ypiv-.-by- .the -.Saskatchewan Motor league. It ha^s been defUiltely decided to mark ,ou^^j(it>utes by using'tele- U. is thinking ;ahout offering'.'her-f as a candidate.''-^DOes the'Herafd' The ^sS^jten^e of that^govermn eer7 Wal^ot yet ^T^^^^ Y^^i.^M^.^^T^^^ phone polei^-extent has b^i par,tment of ead do&] live t'ownspebple and pVbWthat no,w,> njent.it is p�rii}tr J At tb6/6�e'etihi cll the report pi the eleven monthln ___, ilsBlon tolthis ^^ted by the' de- ; ANGLICAN;, . Sti Cyprtan'8 Church ' Cer. Iltn .Street and 8t'h Ava. South. Rev. Canon W. V. McMillan, B.A. Rector "celebration of Holy Communion at 11 o'clock Service. Matins, 11 a.m. Sunday School and Bible- Classes 3 p.m. Baptism, 4 p.m. . EJvening Song at 7.30 p.m. ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Cor. 2nd Ave, and 8th Street South Rev. Canon J, E. Murrell-Wright, M.A., Rector. Services: 8 a.m., 11 a.m., 7.30 p.m. Even' Song, 7.30 p.m. DBWB ot'the-tSas-/ rtggesting.t^at -ly^ticoi^ :^8nd MA .toynf-at jTiaaca^the^Tre-"^ay; b''Hudson away ft $100.0���1>4ctblT Bond flfr fife nSaresl �ite. W i,_ ci8nu.^Mi4n^^^ r. i^,... i^,. BAPTIST I Pint Baptist i'hurch .Corner 9th Ave. and 3rd Ave. S. Rev. F. W. Dafoe, B.A., Pastor At 11 a.m. Subject: "Tfie Birth of Ood." 12.10:' Sunday School and Pastor's Bible- Class. . 7.30 Subject: "The Empire of Christ". There will be appropriate Music at both, services. Song Service at 7.16. A cordialifl^elcome is extended'to all setylceB/; � .... ' � SALVATION ARMY METHODIST , Kbox Ghareh ^ Corner 4th Ave. and 8th .^reak . Rev,, Capt A, H. Oenebn, Pastor Rev. ,^W. -F.. Burns, Acting, Paster. Regular services morning at 11 and '"evening at'7;30, r t.: ��� 10 a.m.: Boys Ii^psrtinsBti- 12.30 a.m, Big RiBters' Bible Classw 2M v.m,: Big Brothers' Bible Clasa. 2.45; (Other .Departnjents of Sunday School. 4 Rjoa,: Ohin�*fC|Ma. V ... .� ...W?,�ley.^lPh�i;cii.,:v...^..�,.w.Z Rev. Chaa. E, Cragg, B. D., Pastor.. ReBidence 320,.llth St S. >. . ,. ^^'^-'Phonea: Parsonage'^ 404, Church Study 408 Claude >lugheB, L.A;B., Mua.i Director Christmas Servlceal. 11 a.m. Morning Worshjp: After the four years of war, now 'that peace h�.S;been dpcslaredi.this ought to be one 6f the brlghteilt (jhristmas sor-vicos in our experience., The sermon and music will be appropriate to the occasion, ' �' . � 12 p.m.: Bible School and Bible Class-^li, .Bach member of the ?B, ,S. ,1a: reminded to bring'their gift for'the'' Nursing Mission. >.-,:.;;i;:*i i ��-i*Ji' :V; 7.30 Evening Service.: ,-SpadialS'prBkch* er; Rev, HUgli DbBBbtt; BiAr,-=--B;D;V (Late 5th Ave. .N; Baptist 0�>urch) Sunday^ Evening Subject: "Born, . Saviour." ' �  "" *' ' Everybody WelctBW. - Adjd aJM �Mlra Hamilton; officers - �-. : .;r,(i( Charge. ; Sunday, -11 a:m., ^ 3 and 7.30 p.m. Sunday Schoolj: 2 p.m. ;i ';." � Monday.Thursday,-Saturday;-^ p:m.iSl �*ai'd�| e;|daiices, ^Buuuo/..iUrSday-'^errlcee. ' M."iTA'f*��r*y''W�isiom�rt�i'AHj  FHE UNITED CHURCH^* OF JWRIH-IJEIIIKRIDGE'"' Rev, E. J. Hodgins, B.A., Pastor 1271 �th ifAvef N.. Phone Choir i::e'ader,^Mra,^^yJj^h�an^ Xi, a.m.: R6v. HueW |jfWaM[,^_;�i. PENTECOSTAL , PENTECOSfi^l- AM^MBLY 206 Thirtasnth 8t. Rev. C. M.Nfye, Pasler Res. 2�4 7th'Ave, A. 8. j Sunday Services at'U'a.m. and ^7,30 p.m. : , r Rev. A..Creasy, of Culver, Oregon,:wlll ' preach at, both services. 4 Evening service will ,be-as fol'.iiws: Organ prelude, c/ouvoiatlon. ��\ !�3arol. "Hark the tlerald - Sing. . ..,Hyi99,No..8, Loye,iMvlniB.' "Prayer and Scripture Iloadinir.-Hymn, O Come All Ye PaithfuLJ', B�j|jrayer 'and 'Praise Serrlce. -' ? Hymn No. 163, Wonderful Pea(4. Soto, Thr|a8ter:B.ila|i-a^n\ I Orfs^ Vol|tintai7, ma Name Sb�UI '. Called Jesus. J Sermon, Rev. A Creasy. ; Hymn and Benedtcition. L" Organ Voluntary, _ - ^ s^'^ Aqgels 48 ;