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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR the letbbrfbge ftcrafo Hifrcrta DAILY AND WKIKLY antf Publishers 1 LITHBRIDOI HERALD PRINT INO LIMITID SM Ith Street Lethbrldge President and Managing Director Torrance business Manage TELEPHONES Office 1252 Editorial Office 122 Subscription Ratts per delivered per yew by per year by by mall per year to Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap fear on address Accept ance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the sub OEMOBIUZATION SCHEME IS VERY GENEROUS After hearing many schemes ad Encouragement of he govern ment for its we feel be forthcoming from the Great War while there Will be a tendency to check unconsidernd criticism In smaller matters affccting the soldiers until tho government has had tlmo to apply n Altogether Saturdays aitnounce ment has cleared the atmosphere of many of the troubles which wp had been warned would attend tho demo bilization What remains to do now is for us all to urge upon the government the need of undertaking great so that when demobiliza tion is over we shfttl have passed through that trying period with a min From Our Own Interest in irrigation In Macleod la being re and the first meeting was held in the town hall on when a good nttomlaiice of farmers listened with much interest to Peters as ho described the advantages of Irri in that they would hare a crop of feed and grain every year bf laving nn irrigation with an ntfrc system covering much of the u UJIIIK period witn a sysiem covering mucn or tne iminn of and be in a better lnnrt fn the Macleod position tban ever as a nation to j the place In world affairs the boys of carried These can be carried out toe Canadian arm have won for ns Iwitu tne cooperation of the farmers and owners of the An outline of the lands to be served by the pro posed plan was and after an swering many a committee was appointed for the north and also one for the south of the river to have the necessary petitions signed and sent to the department through our Another meeting will be held at a later During the past week some of our boys arrived home from the on the field of SOME INTERESTING NSIDE INFORMATION Arthur editor of the San Francisco who re ently returned from the wiir whither he went as the guest of the British is contributing vujo iiume irum me o his paper a series of articles upon Among them were Percy is experiences of the In the i who enlisted in the Medical Corps in I last issue of The Argonaut he con 915 on arrival in England was vanced for demobilization of Uie Can1 th transferred to the Stratncona adian the announcement of tbe foUowing bit here he and of which he sifle information is still a He was in the definite plan adopted on Saturday paragraph r fflov I many engagements that the should convince the public that the ahead of my general theme to extook pan lnan1 had many narrow Dominion Government has taken a Ploit an Interesting bit of insldo in ended up at the taking very wise and generous The formation which came to me m j he received a Purls in th iast of sentemher slSh wound and was sent to Eng arriving there a few days be He 4 a six months by itivine them double pay there was as yet no public i 4trip wlth tne of a six momns oy giving tnem Qouoie pay but he was for six months after to be was 80 near Talking one morning Mthing COIUPared with some of tbe laced that his we through in plan is to discharge soldiers as rapidj At that date tne German HnewVsbei there a few daya I ly as they can be brought and j ing forced back by a series of cylinj fore the arlnistice was I to provide for them for a period of j der blows the phrase is Fochs over on and had there was as yet no public I e tripl tne of paid In monthly We doubt if any other government has been so generous in its dealings with the soldiers who have fought for name must not be I asked what would happen if the Germans were to propose peace upon terms in cluding evacuation and reparation of iiiju reparation 01 tbe safety af Certain it France and surrender of Al the home government in the Old evacuation and recom Land has not dealt so generously with j its for there only three abandonment ot regular pay is allowed as discharge plan announced seems to the Herald to combine the best features of all tbe plans put forward for demo Some wanted tbe soldiers in the army until such time as leaoh individual could find a job which 1 would absorb him into civil life once I But this would have tended towards Others wanted the government to give one years This plan would probably have had It not been that the pay was so smallthat its receipt month by month by a soldier who had not located Job would not have been enough to meet his But the ac leaves tbe soldier free to get day after be is discharg ed iT hecares to da and his double pay will go on for sir months any Should henot find a position he will have his living fairly well guaranteed for six and it is greatly to be hoped within that Canada will have proceeded so far in reconstruction that means of earning a livelihood will be available to every of the Asit is ex pected that demobilization will cover the whole of 1918 at it will be seen that tbe last of the postdischarge pay will not be disbursed to those last discharged until the middle of he all that was offered sixty days Now for more than three months we have been busy behind the scenes In Informal talkfests and they have yielded everything excepting Russia is their one hope of saving something out of the wreck and they are persistent in appeals for a free hand Of course it will not be They are beaten badly only themselves know it is only a matter of a little time when they must throw up their hands and accept whatever Teddy who Joined the191sti was also welcomed while looking he suffering from the effects of some of tbe engage ments he was and is glad to be Patterson and Patterson were and all speak very highly of the manner in which they were handled all Only three and a half hours elapsed from the time the boat they were on the train and moving On Saturday the Ladies Aid ot the Methodist church held a of served and in the evening gave a The proceeds of the whole entertainment were fully up to their The Methodist Sunday which has been closed since the will be opened next Services in the churches were all and its Allies may imjof it is i a real as we had impossible to be just for the reason since a peace on earth that for a generation many will not be able lu bill of her destruction and he said The latest world has never u pay the peace that will be lasting and will be enjoyed by all the Boche theWwd mfS M S Mills who has becn ac Sff B as They count on your Presidents pro pensity for The hope is several has been made manager of the new branch now ppenitog1 at Drum to inveigle him into a correspondEn at Dirum ence and ultimately to Srtanftown tO tbat with the I Sta he conceal from you i the fact that this project us for ttfl closinS some It is not to t be the enter into parley with those who rather a time to follow the precedent I camm Thu Ji I of your great General Grant T S n v en by the unconditional surren quet an entertainment will be given i in the town where the men will 1 meet their friends and have a good Thus it will be seen that f thing more than two months prior to the request for an armistice Ger snd if Canadas resources are what we I was to draw the United think they are and proper attention is i Btt8 paid to their we think many was bargaining for peace Suri T render came only with exhaustion of ol her How nearly successful Utf TfS 8 Very happy affair Non the was to draw the Jn th there should be ao anxiety whatever over demobilization and the reestab lishment of soldiers in civil One other feature of the demobiliza tion plan which is worthy of praise is the government has not over looked the case of the soldier with Special provision is made for The minimum monthly allowance for six months after his dis charge is Fears for the wellbe jing of his family during the transition protest new one for Sales in town property continue j Farmers who have had good crops in which followed President who havfi erops in first note in the matter of the arm years are home8 In i saved us from the humiliation which would have followed if that fa tal propensity for discussion had been permittedto run Its Pansett left for Spokane t upend and also to remove his household furniture to Macleod where he will make his A number of young people from Hungary has delivered the first real town out to Spring Point on stroke against secret diplomacy by appointing a woman re marks the New York Evening An eastern paper urges reconstruc tion in the nations Has it period should therefore be absent and j never heard of boardinghouse hash he should feel encouraged to under asks the Edmonton the task before him with a light The plan applies to all those on ithe muster roll of the army on There may be a tendency on the of those discharged before that date to feel that they have been dia criminated But they will re we feel that they came when Canada was at the height of her war when jobs fairly to They will have been established in practically every and will not have been forced to meet competition for positions Which will meet the boys later Altogether the governments action If ft food augury for the demobiliza tion reconstruction and we result in a feeling among 4he boys that are being treated as well as Instead of plottingto regain his Bili ought to be glad to retain the place where the crown used to is the conclusion of the Washington There is certainly need of the hous ing policy in the constituency in Glas where Barnes is having a lively contest with an out and out No wonder from the following description of conditions in that section of that there is a Uolshevlkl sentiment there The Gorbals Division of which will presently have to between Labour member of ten War and John Mac Bohhevist is wholly a workingclass A few min utes walk across the river from the centre of Glasgow civic and buslnoss life brings you info the midst of a de entertainment and had a pleasan including a couple of blowouts on the but it was only Saturday the medical health officer reported only one case of flu in the town of ICKED UP IN THE BDSY MAN CiroUBUtances will there ZSSC some matters which tend to make I rilthy and hideous veterans such as difficul tiw the alien and Uie But the govornmenjt Ijljjfct it desires to do Mt and we are certain the is solid la support of that crowded The slimy roads are full of unwashed Borne barefooted and many There is an open space along the riverside seems to attract but beyond that you may search tho whole district in vain for a or even a In consequence of the price of horses in Sweden has de about 25 per November 28 henceforth is to be ob served as an annual holiday Pqrtu gal in commemoration of tha Allied Exports from farm and fruit ranch es in tho Okanagan valley this year will exceed in From the Vernon district alone the returns ot the fruii growers and farmers will run about Complete ownership of Industries by the stale and the placing of the entire management of their industries in the hands of the workers will be HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay Is giving away a Vjctory Bond for the nearest demanded ions 1 Birge has cooien president of the University of Wlscon The Jewish congress de clared for Jiwlsh commonwealth In Palestine under the trusteeship of Great acting on behalf of such a leefite of nations may be A Writ Inquiry by the Central Indus Committee of Belgium estimates caused by military opera tions and tlie removal of important anmachinery and of raw DECEMBER IMS material at A the Indian Associa tion at Nairobi asks that tieriunn Knst Africa should bo reserved for Indian colonisation nmnr the direct control of the Indian i A final decree of the French Courts been isnnedferantlng a divorce to James Hydo from Martha Irishman daughter of John former American nm DftHmdor to The divorve grew of in which feel ho chief and there is no other man or woman The although n had a at tachment for became of her residence there her father wan her IB Btm who Ims boon a re sident of for many In ardently proPrench and frequently was embarrassed by tho remarku of hln wife concerning the peoplo of Ger A disagreement resulted and reached a state last spring that lie wfifo took their son to rhoro wns an exchange of letters he I tweon the pair In which they agreed to Hydoi has given his former wife and plac ed In the hantfi which will yield hw for Upon her death ttopertf goes to the couple wert who is to divide m IT between father tntf the moOier HOW MANY VAMOt 1ILKINI AMK IN WINDOW Rylands A ftvtaf a worth for the nearest AIM valuable A eon with erery iate of or JUUA HEINRICH Me celebrated Operatic Soprano proving by direct comparison there 13 no difference between her voice and the New Recreation Choosing the Christmas phonograph was simpler than either Helen or I had We wouldnt buy artificial flowers if we wanted to enjoy the fragrance of roses so when we found it was unnecessary to endure an imitation of Music we selected our New Edison at What we hear on the New Edison is not a mere re semblance of It lias not the disappointment of the familiar What we hear is as much the voice or playing of the living artist as if he or she was actually standing there before us in the More than two million people have been unable to distinguish the familiar shade of difference between the living artists voice or playing and the New Edisons Re Creation of it Only this is Many who have not troubled to hear the New Edison may be able to content themselves with something less But for Helen and I only the New properly Si Assiniboia Musk Dealers Lethbridge The Phonograph with a Soul ;