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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta frAOB FOtm HM ttbe Derato 0A1LY AND WEltKlV TM HERAUD PRINT LIMITtO Street Lethbrldgt Buchanan President and Manngin Director fAfcn Torranco Business Alanager TELEPHONES 1282 Editorial Office 1224 merits in fill and consflouw that those who are absent have stood the proved their sens ed their duty to their and foil In ftriklng blow tho preser vation of home arid THE LETHfmmoBPAILT IffifULP Subscription per delivered per year by per year by per by per year to oapiry m ap tear dally on address Accept ance of after expiration date is our authority to continue the sub THE CHRISTMAS or On the eleventh on the elev enth and in the eleventh month Y ft the the signing of the armis tfce between the Allies and Germany proclaimed the cessation of hostili The curtain was rung down on four years and three months of tho bloodiest and fiercest war that it has ever been the experience of mankind to witness and to take part It rung down on the agonies and tortures of a world in which men and passed through a flery fur nace more than seven times It seemed as if nil the demons of hell been let loose to take up their in the minds of the High Com ttand of the emeny to work out de struction and desolation which have out All exporisnees of harrowing and horrible In the fall of the curtain Just some elx weeks before Christmastide that irnqw upon at it seems as if we had the spectators of great enacted drama in which suspense reigned and in which the of evil had too long an orgy for their But almost ia some mysterious fashion a change came over our and the satisfying transformation scene was enacted in which all was Today the vision glorious the curtaia has tpMij and peace and tranquilitjr in foe true it of the Christmas haa dawn ed on a world after years Of weary in large and abund ant we estimate the mean ing of the Prince of Peace as ap plied to Him the anniversary of whose are At no aaUona has the inrof Chrlshniw 6lled ia with the sequence of cloeeon two thpns of the choir shepherds SHOULD TAKE EVERYPRECAUTIQN Calgary is suffering a very grave ro ourrence of the influenza causing many deaths In this respect LethtirUlRi is much hotter off and though there Is more than tho usual amount of Illness in the due no doubt to the latest attacks of tho malady seem to h reducing mortality to a The Herald in spite of to warn its readers to take all precautions against tin pi has happened in Cil frary may easily happen here but H will not be to happen if pro per care is Crowds should be and medical attention bo securqd on tho first signs of the j Ifwe do this we should be j able to avoid the disruption of schools and business which would attend the putting on of a ban such as t iished in the first sot of Be There was oiiough to go and oyeryono was holnod rhrro are no Oliver to atk for KverybodyJilghs with rellof that is And ids though what manner ot tumult uny is not oar Wo do hot kpow How 6r t has left npr quite I what the next thing will be that we shall urn to Most of tho nations are luklng thoir some with ffladiipss in their some with many with deep anxie ties about the Immediate i one who Inquires what the war has to Christianize the world w bo field DECEI SWllsrkfor for has been a Holy War Im Powlble to until ftailly probate have been crushed and the left fluid for n onranimtloti K We Buy and Sell I I Pomihion and Provincial Municipal Railroad Public Utility and Ind ofw a i I effort of the moment the of are uirrnr mentx Mel cannot change f the war mens Their purpose must the If it I to make the conditions of life eo to come aa to ALBERTA PROVES ITSEI P CANADAS COAL l was thc sreatest mind that humanity has news to come over the wires tlie past week was the statement from Ottawa Alberta this year leads the pro vinces in ooal In the dispatch stated that Alberta had produced practically thirds of the coal mined in Canada during the first of the This is a wonderful record the I or Lincoln or will j it was Christ is theYrearnTindl that is the basis of tho aivilization that we live in andpractise i The life and teachings of mn ferred new importance on the and ia that way they are the of modern wnlch wise now them and to all V T J f i Bondl Morrow VktrVwrfil Hodgtni Sfcrenry Atil HEAD OPFICBs KING STREET BAST TOKONTO M W L wonderful thaa we might Our coal deposits are practically unlim and the only in order to have these resources was to find the force of which kept out no doubt was the greatest contributing factor in providing the market which en abled Alberta to jump into the lead in coal production this the Herald has a right to some of the of im and a chance to attain to i pss for To Christ no one was Rich or slave or every man had in him the germ j of immortality and the making of a j if only the spirit of him could i be caught and What wis to Bethlehem vwit ooBton in grczii lle can bound for a ye8rs Bu SSING THE HU9Y MAN rnnf fronts Wise Men of Versailles Christ snowed by His own of do not make People Christlike by TOM TROOPS Robert Laird Bordene Christmas message to as Polished Dauy wore giving the Canadian controller and the people Of Mani toba something to worry about the Itechoee in the Wicient land proclaiming Has eome onto His the ot tn pride arid Victory overtho thelowlymanger and tho cross of we rejoice that is those us tvhose heartstrings have not parted asunder over the sruel that day by day has brought We re ttere la We re in that the world has oeen sav for Christianity with the doctrine of the faith becomes holy day than a it it ft is a re C wWch Is the outcome of heart that we have been de 4 ifrom the eJl that threatened Bat at best it a v 1 For the unscathed and un touched by tfce war cannot fcnt go out Jn sympathy to those in whose homes there will be empty Christmas to these must bring sorrowful mom1 are aot wefe R But we can only trust to Jnwaking the eastern press up tothefact that Alberta could care of the westprcxvided it was ar the market should be pro vided by forcing the people of the to depend on Alberta coal in atead of turning to the customary pro At that time we were toldof the criminal folly of a Winnipeg papers de claring Manltobans would freeze if left tothe tender mercies of the coal miners of and Alberta S0ft But necessity carne to our aid and anitob are burning Alberta finding it The experience will be good for while from an Alberta nothing better conjd tTie way things i worked out We have proven that i Alberta can supply the wests coal i we have shown that the Maali toba market is ours by and that we should protected against unfair discrimination In the matter of freight rates which greatly favor Pennsyl vania our own Aftertai coal industrytoday is pros showing the It is up to Lethbridge to fight onder that a return of normal con Might not take away from TIB the oosition we now occupy as y have for a This r we have had part in has done thatjo a wonderful It has together antagonistic persons and set them to work in i Jt has gone wonder fuliy far to abolish selfishness for the tian6 an1 been a i But what we may Tsonably of wars is not so i h the imm ate Chnstianization of as i L6 Into bet have them to play a great es pecially durtng the last 100 days of the which has happily corae to a just conclusion in the triumph of right and After many Wary associate jus tice of the supreme court of Utah is Murdock McKinnon has been asked to return to Knox Presby terian Sweet Grass is going to have a new 40room of Sun will build well known druggist of is He was a na live of Abraham aged one of Calgarys oldest is dead His Barents were pioneers of Carieton j THE w A Sonmt fv t nCn tht Off nil he Holy Laitd the rtMf teat mitti fUckshaH gone to t darkness ruijned oer vale and and Ml a brilliant light beamed from on announced the blessed mot I bnng you tidings of great ion the to you Ihu day t in anthems grand hang Peon oh goodwill toman Let w their haughty pride bow low Acknowledge the Altoiu design And rn the Christ learn by faith to Icnov 1 Ins greatest gift of God to all council giHiitcu medical ror extra services during the preval of the and granted to for its aid during the rying and I a durable our and toe greedy may be hindered from harrying war has increased and extended the ati thonty of the Golden the war ia a A that that and the Americans have been fighting rney have fought to beat a system Christian and aimed to individual and make ail might en into eternal their un be il to come to the end that we may fulfil worthily and not lor ourselves but for fu ture generations as the trust great heritage has imposed subvert the the world NEW COUNCILLORS CHRISTMAS GREETINGS Written for The Herald by A Merry Christmas to The merriest Christmas is tho Christmas that you help make merry by deeds of goodness and kindness and thougrhtfulnpBn thought that those who have have by their Mcrlfice mada that surceaae of agony which too long has held its baleful piace ln the Thoy are the dead but not for gotten instruments uy whom tlie preg peace has valiantly and without thought of self been Noble ones these to The Ontario farmers are now de manding reciprocity in everything wonderful change from wlmn the home market cry and annexation I the them in tothcv o be hoped that they are so in that they will not bo da Ring out the Victors strain Ye Christmas bells Christmas with peace The music swells r Peal forth ye Chimes The merry Once more the blessed times With peace Four years for This glorious from the shock of War Wedrise At last the day is So Our Boys returning hoine High on tho scroll of Panic Iy Emblazoned is the name Of Canada A a a race Most prized In every land and place killed at Calgary when a colli ion betweeh two freights crushed we cars between which lie was stand crushing his body and fracturing the skull and breaking his A new administration building Is being erected in wUh the Canadian Car Foundry companys plant at Fort It will be of solid Trick feet i W1U coai wmhe MM Current board of will petition the federal government to proceed with the construction of railways projected into and through that Connection with the southwest is Special to the Herald J Warnock and Hansen are tno new councillors of the village council as a result of the elections Following is the vote poll ed for the various Delany 411 41 30 Venables Q4 Welch zl Wellwin 30 9 First three The Yorkton board ot trade is mov ing to have a branch line of railway built from Sturgis to Hudson Bay it is maintained that such i a line would give eastern Saskatchoi wan and western Manitoba direct and short connection with the B rail Gold soap is the best thing in laundry It is also the largest cake for the It goes farther and does more If you should forget the name just think of the is oiost precious and goes That wilL trail hiinil I the word and the soap that is most precious and goes Gold Soap h made n tfie Procter Gambit at Canada Mr John a pioneer settler in the district south of Mlnnedosa died recently in Vancouver at the age of 80 He was the municipality of odamih in the early and was elected by the Patrons ot Industry as repre tno Manitoba GEI GIBRALTAR Since many weokly newspap ers have given up tho High prices and lack of due casos to production of a verypoor have caused And now thn White Wings Icaco novers Its KlorioiiH hlnsiiiliiRs shod On every Throughout the Empires vast Victory and Peace To all her Oh hearts whose loved ones Illf As but greater still Tjia boon we Wrought their stiihhorn will will in abundance will out to those whom Christmas will find The that fortitude bear their lie aiinoiMicug tkat he has to if Difi new priiDricUii i AJ ie content flirlsfmiistiile rornlnds us i f lie morn MK when iiii Kliirc was inn AH l fnrlb I ho joyous strain on PATfUft Tii1 of Spain plans tereWn to Paris in the near future confer with tho allied and the American rep resentatives on questions vitally ron cernlng the Spanish premier it is will advance tho ques tion of the rotuJB of Gibraltar to Spain and laying it tho peace con ference According to the same Spain is willing to concede Cuta on the Moroccan side of the atruit to in exchange for Gibraltar on the ground that if the military rea sons wtro hold to interfere tho transfer of Gibraltar to Spain the pos session of Cuta by the British would afford equal strategic advantage in modern ohnnM Dominion government up the country to the north of Prince Albert by construct ing a railway through to the Heaver Lake district where extensive min ing claims are was tie gist of a by the city council of that It is expected that of the fi 197 of land included in the Port Arthur tax sale list will revert to the there having been no offers ror them at the public sale The tix of those 5000 lotk ia ity did not realize muchover 30 by the The Kitchener and Waterloo Col ogiata Board has to permit dancing at throe of tluchief functionsof tho school during the j A protest was received from the Ministerial but the majority of the members of the boinl maintained that if parenls did not ueaire their 1 j they could bo from tho SIR EDMUND H CAPITAL PAID RESIRVE This Bank is desirous of assisting to acquire livestock and is prepared to give careful consideration to applications for loans for this Lethbridge T r Warner H S f i Milk River Branch f J Ljieelf RESUME STEAMER SERVICE tho full John West Indies mrn unl also the Bervice Canadian Atlantic ports Iivn yoars1 imprisonmont in I ton penitentiary WIW the sonto I meted out to David tho Unat jLorne who was convict ed on the charge of nttompted that ho hld shot Mollssn wife of the proprietor of thu Argylo Hotel the evening of September during a drunkon Ulfi arna nort influenza and tho Uti extoualon to dumnutic IS tim onaMoiirK i payment of 81I Steam Packet whp have from uprrter ijiutlfe by aise More Hogs Every Farmer realizes the profitt Bacon Hoga at present The only question inhiamind Whim can I get the money to buy brood inZ DiJa to fatten The Merchants Bank i the information thru ho or tlireo moo8o whicii had been wore in Kiich illut could not have run a ii ii Head OfHco Hlilli hoy li BUANCH ;