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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PAGE POUR THE LETHBRIDGR DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, DECEMBF tberalfc TUtbBriose, Htberta V DAILY AMD WEEKLY Prpprletori and Publithcri ,THS 't- ING'COMPANY, LIMITED 'IZS'ettrstreet Lethbrldsa W. A. Duchanin Prosldiat and ilanagins Director John Torranco Business llnuaser TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office'.......... 1252 1224 SubitfJptlo'n' Dilly, delivered, per week.......16 Dally, dellrered. per year DaMr, per jezr Weekly, by mall, per year......51.60 Weekly by mall per year to U-S..HGO meuts lu thij Tnll and inmu that those who oro liave stood Hie test, proved their ibarltoosl, sons- Oil their duly lo their couulry, and fell In striking :l blo'.v 'or tliB projer- vatlou o{ home nn'd Janiily. Pates or oiplry ot inbicrlpUons ap- jtar dally on address label. Accept- ance ol eder eiglralloii dato .la our authority to continue ibe Bub- scrlptlon. THE. CHRISTMAS j OF U1P Oa the eleventh hour, on the e.lev- entli day, and In the eleventh month at the yesr. the sibling o'. the armls- between the Allies and Germany proclaimed -the cesullon ol hostUl- The curtain was rung down on foar years and three months ot the? bloodiest and fiercest war that It has ever been the emergence o[ manltlnd to witness and" to take part In. U vts rung down on the agonies and tortures af a world. In wnlci men and women passed through a fiery fnr- nice more than' seven1 times healea. It seemed 33 H oil the demons of hell been let loose- to taie.up Ihelr abode In the minis of the- mand .of the emeny to TOrV out de slruction- and- desolation which have oat-harrowed -..ill ;tbo, experiences liBrrowlnE and horrible war. .In the- fall ct the curtain Just some ill ChrlstnusHde that irnbw upon us It seems as If we had been the speeUlors-ol a great world enacted' drama in. which, suspense reigned, supreme, and In which _tha spirits, of evil had too long ah orgr for their eicesses. But almost In some mysterious fashion a change came over our. nightmare, and Eatisfvlng transformation scene was enacted In which all was'-TFeH.- Today the vision 1st THIS us, lie' curtalt peace tranqullitT'-ln-lae It of the ed nn a world after y.eaVa. 'of walling. Todar, In larje 'and ttiflnd- ant measure, we estimate "Uievmean: ing of the "Prince ol piled to Him the tnnlveravy of whose At ir ...-_-M-t. i ho In; the. history of jutHnc.hu tiej'conflne jn''M Cb'risimso more..'AtrpropTlalel7 iwiti ttieT Atiej, l f tiei uthtn -.of- tht chol: SHOULD TAKE Oslgari- Is suffering a Vf ry graro rc- ourrence ol (be cpldeiok', cfl.ustue Timny deaths daily. In Ibis respect Lctlibridso is piuub bplter ofr fortunately, RuJ ttioup.h tbete more tban.lbo usual amount ol Illness ID Iho city, due ny doubt lo iDflueuza, Hie latest attacks of Lbo malady Etern to be ailld, TeJu'jiTig morlftUty Lo u nitninmai. Tho Herald -rvlsiiPSr however, in splto oT lilts, lo warn Us reidars to take ail precautions ogafnst Iho epi- demic. What ,1ns happened ID Cal- I gary rnny- easily happen bere. but It mil not bo lo happen if pro- per care Is taken. Crowds should be avolJed, and medical aiteuHon. slioird OR tlie [irit signs of the disease. do Ihls should be able lo avoid the of schools and which attend ihe putting on of a baa such as Ju the first outbreak. IBar (E. S. Martin In subject .to control tnd 4rdera of lot b( grflftilv, and abqmln- >r calamUy beld (be ludl- vjdual as a poqr' tool to d IjXjilE Vojlers. tboy'had lhelrj nionslrouo .echeine preseutly but there wAa'luo uiiich hian- hood M them lo 'Tho' war atalnsl them, for uuconaclously for.otbers, liis a Holy War, Ira- poEBlble check; Hatll J IE ally ihf re- probate nfoiisterj tiftTQ beta crushed anil the "world fluid for .oh of justice. ly got o'l Ihe Thero ououxu (q go, arbypd, anil >vaa holpcd Tliero arc no Ollvor Twlsle'to nek for more, reltol Ibfrt I Is over. pyera Iboiigb wbat. munuer of Jiuinjltyjiay Tallow Jt (3 :lDjr do lio'w or where It Ua4 left iVc world, cqr qulto the pest Lhiop bo (bat W9 ebnll Lunt to Most'of LLa nallons aro their wounds, some with ID ih el r hearts, eotoe with and many 'with deep auxlp- tics about 'tho Immediate (uluro. Aoy- one Inquires 'wiiat tho war lua ti ibe world likely. Ho bo thought not- qulla In order, polllioa.1 and econoculc- uecds press BO urgJhlly for the mo- ment. Tiiere U Toed lo be distributed, ales lo bo reshaped, peoples svcrnnicnt provided lor them or to i helped i.o provide it for- thorn selves, rnius to be brought borne and demob-, Ulzcd. mil the men who wore- Ukori Industry, to mate llieui, put back All this roconnructtoh means a lot T aiid'tUo effort of Lho DiomeoL is (o get (t Marled, but sill) the funda- mental question Is ihe war has done to ihe world. If it has done much, Iblnt'of 1L BB a If It bus done little, U Is a citber case It'will take tlmo to show what has happened. U J-OQ ask gr'oalest mind Ibat humanlly has produced, most pcoplq nftcr coosld- Christmas to Ihem and lo all eriag whevlferVlL" was Napoleon ar nianklndj; or LlMtoIa eomeoiie. else, of such promise ire the chanj es (hit beeti acconj- pllshed by. this Kren ,MBQ hare beea chanced lo a reourkable decree. Many hive' been pereuaded io uew views, and- millions beoa coo- vlnced aeafiiist their will by weapons that they dovlscd lo convince flut hwl best that men will presently go OD being much vrhat Uiay were except as Ihgy aVo.CQrrfpellflJ lo bo dlfforenl bo- the VopJUhone of arb dlffer- enl, cannot change DICQ'B hearts. TKelr purposo must be to mate Ihe conditions of so dif- ferent in ganoratlooa to come aa to check of the wicked and promote' tho spiritual domination or tho Great -Mind. 'Ttiatils'lhp task lo whtch'tte the 'carlh are now sumnibitcd, ALBERTA PROVES 1TSEI F CANADA'S COAL BIN, Quite one of the most cheering bits ot news' to coma over the wires ilio post week was Lhe statement from I will if you suggest to them that dawiied "on Earth since' jie star thai Alberta this year leads Ihe pro- vinces In coal production- In (act, the dispatch slated that Alberta had produced practically _of the coal mined in Canada during the firat nlnd. months o! the year. -7 This Is a wonderful record for, lie youngest province, but it is no niore wonderful than we might eipecl. OUT coal depoatts are practlcaJly unlim- ited. And. the need- in order. Lo hayo Jhese" resources WB.S to find the market. -'fp're'e pf -clfcumslances, which, kept out U. S. coil, no doubt was the greatest contributing factor in, market "-which en- bled Alberla to !ea3 SE oal producirdn this year, Ihe Herald It has a right to soma of the redlt' tor "the splendid sbowln? of Uberta's coal Industry. All throu 'rials': again- In "chords [.a- lie' ancient land otPiltfline, proclaiming' OHIO' iUana !de cn'd Vlclpfy irtontDs OTCBS rf'CalTiry. The re :ve is-these Vrbose Iwen.alinoat pirted.asunder.oyer'tlifl dAr.by.day 1 la.-that.ttere say- pd'. for .Hnnaanlty. wjlH JhVilpclHB'e. ift 'laiigbl i usV; cpoque i'day, therefore, -becomes r Ji'lwly dav than a holiday. i rajo'lce. It It Is a Ja thfl heart thai -ft haTC bwa de- the erll' tialviIirealenB( 'ftrJtatteai Itjs iff. For the heartp and n torched bj.the ih-ar cinnot trot ID sympathy to liose in horcea there will bs empty chairs. Christmas lo Ibfess mnst bring aorrowfo] mem, ones. IVe are Lot hnman were I otherwise. Bat we can ooly tmrt t IhercoirsolaUon that the sadflened n mombrance will b3 brightened by tbe thought that those "who fallen hare hy Lhelr wcrHice made possible It vras Christ. -Foni3 of European dea- conl, at least, Cbrlsl Is the great mind that Is tho basis of the alvllizaUon that live in and'practise to The lite and teachings of Christ con- ferred new importance on tho indlvl- dual, and In Ihat way.they are' the foundation, ol modern deino'cracy. Christ E3.vr" In eVery man'the expecta- tion, or aLJoaat the possibility, of Im-' apd R chance to altain to fitness for H. no one-was Rich-or poor, slave or free, every bsd ia. hiKi-lhc gcrrn ol Immortality and the, mating of a saipt, if only the spirit of him could ba caught and Inspired. -What w-ls- dom, what manner of conrlnct, :wb'at aspiralions TSKiuld Iha fruit inspiration, Cbnst showed by Ills" own life. Now -wars, of course, do not rhaki people Chrlstllkc by do diffuse very .widely ascertain, sort of coasecralldn. 'They .'dp 'wllhdraw led the shepherd 5 to Bethlehem. en beaten' in a tight. Perhaps he can bound ioile ones Iliese lo whom it has Since Kill many, weekly row-pap- ers have "given up the ftibst." High priccs and lack of support, due in i.ixi? cases to Ihe producticn o( it very poor newspaper, have caused the t And now the "While Peace novers Its glorious shod' On every shore, Throughout the Empire's vast Dominions, Comes Victory Peace To all her sens. On! heatts bereft, whose loved ones P.iiJ the price, As husbands, fathers, Thopacrii.w Wns irr-at, but groalcr'atl'll -Tho boon we find. r: Brought by tlitlr slubborri will Tor all mankind. "hre'a' storeys hferl.' -and The-Swifl fiurreht hoard of trade will petition tbe federal government .0 proceed with the construction of; railways projected into and through .hat city. Connection with the coun- ,ry soulli and southwest Is particular- ly wanted. i Tha Yorlrton board ot trade la mov- ing (o have a branch line ol railway built from' Slurgis to Hudson Day] Junction. It Is maintained thht such Una would give eastern wan and western Manitoba direct and short connection with the H. B. rail- way.- Mr. John. Forsylh, a pioneer settler In the district south ol Mlnnetlosa, died recently in Vancouver at the ago or SO years. He was reevelol Iho municipality of Od.innh in the early daya, and was elected by the Patrons of Industry -as reprc sentative in the Manitoba legislature in 1834. i That the Dominion government should open up Inc country lo the north of Prince Albert by construct- ing a railway through to the Heaver Lake district where extensive min- ing claims .-ire was He gist of a resolullorf pa'sso by the city council of thai place- It is eipecled thai c! the C.-157 parcels of. land- included -In-tbc 'Port Arthur tax eale Hat will lo Ihe City, there h'aviug been no offers ai'lhe publlb sale. The lax value'ol these lot's is jThe city did not realize much-over J100.000 by the ssle. The Kitchener and Walerloo Col- Institute' noard- has de'ciileij lo permit dancing at (hrce of tiio-'r.hlef school the received 'from Cfo'ld soap is the best'lhing in laundry. soap. It is cake the money.: It goes farther and iloes more work, If you should forget the name, jiist think ;of the: meltal most '.preaoiis i the gold, and the soap that is most precious andrgoes CaWJoop h made fn lltt Procter GamW< mi Hofnitloa, Canada THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SR EDMUND WALKCS. CV.O.. LLtt. D.CL. KV. F. JONES, Au'iGm S JOHN AIRD. V.C. BROWN. 'Sup'iof Cui'ojW. jo.apo.ooo LOANS FOR THE PURCHASE OF LIVE-STOCK This Bank is desirous of assisting farcners- to acquire live-stock and is-prepared'to give consideration to, applications for loans lor this purpose, i .irum i I I i n n Associaiion, but Branch R. T, Bi-yinhef, ManaBerl nembers of Ihe bonrdhv; T 11 P i B year. A protest Ihe Ministerial ,______ majority of the members i maintained thai if parents riiiUnoLJ desire Ibeii t W O L' Branch lion or rte (o Bpsln. away (rcm ,hc T 11 n i J. H. b. J. V. Sleelt-., Manageii 2nd laflnK 11 Iho peace cop- fercnco. lo Ihe same source, Spain Is Ti-llling (o concede Cnti, on Iho Moroccan aide n( Ihe slrall io Gibraltar, In cichargc for Gibraltar, on Ibe ground Dial ir the rea- sons were held lo Inlerlere with, tbe Iransfer of GiVallar lo Spain Ihe pos- years' Imprisonment in Kings- ten penitentiary was tbe sentence mctcn out to nivld Smith, Iho West Lome hotel1 porter, who was convict- ed on Iho charge of attempted .'mur- der. Smith Bcknbwlcrtscd lhat be hiVl given lo become marljra lo the j Xot so with t'-a Eow Wnr.'l of opholdlns all cherish, De-piio ilrawbtrlij', -W. ricoHon'Tlaa (-Pitr eTcr.cirtrin-1 psbTishcd I acjrsy .ial-'u in the liearfi (rf a grateful nation.; 1 !L io tl.f rcmtnda m It h thf seajon ol goat wiirj and i._ i.-- mor" ?ood will in abundance go' out tl ho anr.onr.r-ci Hiit Ins ni} Ithc paper Mr. Avcry. IT lo whom Chriiln.as will r.ew K -ood ,1 -irlll Ihst thcr will I vet-Kir fortilufle to Jcar ITielr licrcave- I sesalon of Cuts by Uie Brilish Mr3' Taylor, WLfc cf the afford equal ptratcglc advantage modern warfare. drunken frenzy. proprietor of the Arfiylo Hotel, on the evening of September 0, during a Mr I'ollon, should be content Islir.i Tno onro Semi forth IhS joyoin'atrnin: "1'cace on earth." RESUME STEAMER SERVICE OTJAWX Dec. rtsnrnp- llon of the fnll ilcnmhou service be- SL John and llallrai and Indies Wtlnpj and also Ihe ECrrlcc'-bitween Canadian AtUnllc lla and New Zealand Is inciflcated Irt payment of sub- Mall Slcam. Packet ni "the New Zealand Ship- (Mles to" ping Company Tlial big game In tlie area north ot hjr Iha .Ihlluonra the po to-rforacalic ia ro tiy a ise More Every Farmer realizes the profita ia Bacon Hogs at present Jhe only question in his mind is, can. j get the money to boy brood Ktm pigs to The Merchants Bank'gladly to assist capable fannors in tintf jiS ,.'EoUindSs live A Talk it over with the Manager. hnnlcrt '.hava' .Mpo'iijlj- -Arrived I Irani norihcrn JliuStlris jiroiinils. I One 'party 'Jnar. tiii V.Jrtioi1 tie' is Ihe ihnt the lunzs! of thrco mooso which had fccsa were in siu.h condition that Ihey could nol have run n I OF CANADA 18C4. ;