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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TllE LRTHBIUDGE DAILY rllEFULD DKCKMDEK 20, 1917: OAILY AN'O WEEKLY j cuEElou aod wide benefits are possible _ j ot attainment throuji Uio organUa.- we 6uc" a IK r cess !iera iu 'WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH THE ALIEN ENEMY CITIZEN? DiscuBsloa cf General Mewburn's suggestion tbst alien enemy labor in Canada llilshl undergo a measure, of is belt.g quite freely car- ried on in Ihe press. To five readers a hint ot what Is helug taid we publish without comment the fol- Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHSRIDGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 Street Sobth, Lethbrldgo W. A. Buchanan Treslilent and Manisms Director loin Torranta liusincss Manager TiLEPHONES Business Oilice Editorial Office- 1852 UP PASSING fOR THB' BUSY MAfi wMch be miles. One hundred amf return- ed soldiers arrived at Calgary Christmas Day. lowing from the Calgary Herald: Major-General minister Joseph Jinn tell ot Rainslord road, of militia, hRS anncr.mced that ho is in Toronto, at the age o[ 107 went to the favor ot conscripting the earniugs of I polls to vote for Union government alien eniailes In Canada over the Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, year Daily, bv mail, per year r V. ?ekly, bv mill, penyear amount earned par day by men or the. Canadian forces in khaki. The minister has the right idea Ihousii ,it Is not very clearly expressed in 55.00; press dispatches. Tor some months along with other western papers The Herald has been fry mall, per year to Ufging authorities Ibe vrls- Dalea of exivrv of ap-idom of forcing war daily on address libel. Accept- I from enemies contributions Can nedr daily on address woe. Accept-- anre if PVr> eiplratli.ii dale Is ada, tree from the.necessity of com- OU- tmliorliy to coiitivjuo tha sub-J batant service end making good scflpiion. wasres In-tho work formerly carried A leller carrier la AHovim, Pa., bas Latest returns from Kast Kooietiar completed thlriy-Hvo years' service give Dr. Uniouisi, a majority ol over SCO. Beer carried in undertakers' wagons Iu New York because of a strike ot brewery drivers. A woman Is t6 bo chief ot police la Oftsining II a njove now on foot Is successful. Miss assistant sup- ervisor ol ihusic In the EChools ot Jersey CUv rahited the flag with her left ha: "Candy kids.' of a Salina, Kan-, school have organized to reduce the candy and nnta they eat, anii have saved already. Out of Ihe first call under the Jlilll- r.ry Service act Irt British Columbia there are now 3.437 men In medical class A reaiiy for the call' .CLtv rahitet .iid, kiKE-ls 1 Iu a peck of trouble. an illness of six weeks, Mr. Krnacerco Komel, assistant conductor and musical director EII Oporn Company, of New York, died ol heart disease. Satisfied vrith Its oxpprlment with THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Milwaukee clibwomeu hive started melting pot for war d) although the aesbrltieat'of jewelry Is-1 guards ou its subway: trains, on V the men now In khaki. It Is not large-, and the articles simple, yet the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company notoriously true that these aliens areMt Is felt bigger thtnfs are not generous In their support of the1 at time through Toiton, former M.P., for North .wiU'uso woniea as cooductors'on'Hs street cars. active, but wizhout any noticeable re- imti L., wt suit All Teuton attacks uu this front j Mewburn Is credited f IstiT at hla Dr. P. Gilbert, editor arid mln- have bccu repulsed. Conditions in look brighter for the overthrow of the In spile of the fact that this govern- ment is proceeding with peace propaganda. 1 with saying wages by consi -BRITAIN' RECOGNIZING HER FIGHTING SOLDIERS The London Daily Mail makes a aag- geslkin with regard to recognition of Britain's IfgutlDg soldiers which toight Veil receive consideration from Canadian authorities: ''Every soldier who goes on active service Overseas will henceforth have its risht to wear, a blue chevron, and will receive an additional chevron for each of the twelve months of service. In lie case of the Heroes of the "con- temptible IHtle the first cnev- Yon will be of red. Thus the men who] to shoulder "their responsibility Vol are really fighting willjba singled out untarily a rt cdmpulEory proceas ould cut their 1 lption of all Dr. Gilbert, who waa 65 years of age. above f 1.10 per soldier's pay. He probably means that would not permit these aliens to be In celpt ot moro net income than the soldiers, which is somewhat differ- ent The soldier gets his board free in addition to this wage. The alien Is excess ]wa3 formerly editor ot the Western entitled to In "fact, It for him to much -consideration; rould hardly be possible exist on the soldier's wage If out of it he had to pay for board and lodging. By all me-ns let alien enemy "In onr midst" know by the same sort of experience we ourselves are hav- ing that a war ia going on and that h is costing money which must be provided by the people who will ben- efit tbrqugh the rictory -whichvls -be- ing striven for. Partaking of" the benefits of residence In Canada, they must share Uie responsibilities ol where'they refuse from'the soldiers who have acquired dignity at home. The rer .'form.is -nng overdue. It was carried out many months ago !n the French tnd'BelgSan enntes, announce- he received by .our noble ibldters with intense KEWS FROM PETROGRAD DICTATED BY GERMANS i The words that come from Petro- grad now mean nothing-says the New _Yorfe Tribune safe as tiey are de- to serve German ends. We Khali' have more and more prctttta- democracy, of liberty, of frat- ernity from these toqla of We Vnallrhave-a more and more indoa- trioas campaign lo injure the Allied by supplying false information. partial information, and by ntter'y fake appearance to infonna- tion accurate in itself. This is a part of ihe Gerroan game. By employing It Christian Advocate, The Albert medal is gazeflPd to Doreen AEhburcham, aged' and of the cabiueU; The coal shortage nfluation has Gitseil up In Talgnry wJlh the arrival of several Irainlftads ot domestic coal over th.e_ Canadian .Pacific, and Can- adian Northern-lines. jjoreen AEnuurcnam, agea n ana' >tj.' Anthony Farrer, S, of Covrlchan Archibald D.nfc-Uae, sou of Rev. Lake, B. C.r in recognition of .'Jtheln A., IXr B. C-, great bravery by a vins one of: 'thfe-vie a "a U. S. cougar. A verdict of accidental death was returned at London, ;Eng.; at; ttte In- quest Into the death- of Lieut Y. C. Manuel, of atUched to the submarine was rammed and sunk in homo waters. His-father vras Liberal candidate In Westminster district. Stratford clty'frmn'cll.'on the cast- ing yote of Lh? mayor) decided not to Royal Flying Corps. 'Ills machine i pay police Chief-Lannin's dam- crashed to the ground near JSsaei. jages, assessed -against ,tsim by a Jury j In the-recent trial of the slander ac- Presldent WiUoiirreceived-for his tioa brought by .Mrs. Annie Mc-Tavisb. Christmas dinner a pound of-butter which cost It made by Mrs, C. E. ir, of Marbla la'., and auctioned at a-fair-by Red Gross Auxiliaries. _. Timmy MOD aha D, and a professed put trial the Criminal branch, Supreme BfYntfofd .-in the 1 at New York for shooting an elderly elections, called man as a boys'.Vbueball either prove or TgtracL his all should be devised to them to it. The Vancouver Sun takM'a Mme- what different attitude when It says: General'Mewburn, who has jnst been elected' for Hamilton tod who In tht Dominion as Canadian requirements heit-year at minister of militia, announces himself reasonable prices bee'u ensured -A wife's appeal, to Governor Wh by raan.-vYon a carntuutationiof sentence for Samuel of -Brooklyn, pro- prietor of the Diamond Candy .Fac- tory which burned'Jn 1914, killing twelve girl employees. for his life before' Justice Goff In' Mayor Bowlbv.Xaurler Liberal can- Bfantfprd .in the Federal i to ,---------allegallon that'soldlersv wrffs -were threatened with loss If An ample supply: of'binder twine for they did not -o The Commerce .On the theory that a clsuse m.the Germans t already disorganiz- ed -Russia. By employing it. they. have also temporarily seduced a por- tion of the Allied army and public, This is. the last moat Insidious of all German offences. It ia the final to break down the will of the peoples who are fighting them and defeating Ihem. Petrograd Is now in the hands of the' Germans, just as much as Riga, as completely as Utline. What icomes from Fetrograd now comes from B German source and should be treated a German utterance. Let have no Illusions. Russia icay re- galn control of herself. Ii Ifible b earn just about what hf Is pald.v A decrease otV'ge is very.a'pt to result in a decrease of exertion. Under ordiiiiry circumstances the man whose services are tpry con be discharged the nat- ure of thlncs, this remedy is not avail- able wIth-r-conVcripted labor. ppae the alien 'enemy simply lies down 'on the Job ind'doesa't enough to pay for foMTT How eral Mewbsrn iaeBt- caie? organized bibor, if alive (6 Its oirn'-inlerests, as.it generally; Is, latte to say about the f there were In -r.oted as aa unconstitutional, bt the'Kanr alienlsi 'and "who appeared sas City went jfsmouai Itrials ahead with the scheme to put Borneo ltt .fit left'a gtoas estate with net assola amounting to on Judge inayor-eledtVof '-New York, has request Egbert Wagner, to, lose no time 'Judge 'Daw: ir. Albany leglslijiba looking (a muni-, nipeg that P cipal purchate ami sale pt'tood'nec'ea-' Sludenls and the Urge number'ot workmm who crald at Win- Plymouth Brethren, Bible Seventh Day Adyeutlsts do not. come under-.that secllon ol the military service act which would exempt them frony'mlUtary service; also ihat they do not.prove that they are forbidden by rule to kill. Ho haa Ufti decided to have, a test case sent, to aid j Otjavfa for ruling. .Judge Haggart be compelled to go where ordered and j widespread depression of wages? Wouldn't the Tree workman 'find him- elf up against a seml-aervile dompet- i tor and be therefore obliged to accfept than ha might obtain? there would be danger ;of creating a Tlclous circle of decreased wages output, to the eventual "serious injury -of tin whole community. The alien enemy may'- be Patriotic RU5- an annoying spectacle when he'- is lian a'falra.' But until that time comes Ihe Allies should treat peo- ple' in control'of Ensslan affairs ar liey deserve. They are enemies They are strivinfto aid Germany. They are the servants ot a German purpose lo dominate Europe and the world Some .are anarchists. Borne are only madmc-n.. But the Anarchists and tho madmen are ,lhe vfcliroa of those who" are -the piH corrupt agents of Germany, what thty say and whai they do jhould be interpreted In this Jight. mar be the rbest way of dealing ifllb. his labor; Is not answer..- be little doubt that enemy question will recvlre an' airfng at the tint aeavloa of ihe new: parliament. ORGANIZED FORUM DE8ERVE3 SUPPORT Tho Horall Is pleased that the ititlzens of r.ettbridge have set out to a People's Forum for the di cn'sslon of the questions of the day, rfo better medium cuuld be- found for learning what the people are thinking than .Ihe organization of such an ia Ultutlon where ths people of the1 city LO the proh- leijis of the day" The Herald like to Bee a very wide Interest la Ihe forum. tho attention Of Ilia best brains ot me city, in Caf gary we understand the Sunday tf- lernoon Korum audiences frequenlly run Mora 880 to 1BOO people. Wilh tils number It is pojsible by a rery sraal' chargp.for each person In .attendance to create z fund out of-which to pay the expenses of the test speakers to lie found In the west lo come and dis 038 the big practical 'dally tOHfrpntlng us. ;fhe Fonun is not "Enemy pun hare the range be- yond Batsani" aays a Vancouver Sun dline. 2tat that Isn't our by a dasdU. Chrlitrais I> over once mori and cold 'turkey -rrelsni supreme for the reil of the bag tamed Into ilx.moatht' old cub amusing hlmsell in a merry ckaie for hli tan. lEILilREO ACADIAN MEMBER CABINET. _. Charlollefown. P. B. I., Patriot, chief Liberal organ of this cltyi'suggeats ihat 't Sir. Arsenanlt be chosen as a member of tlie union cabinet to represent the Acadians of the Maritime provinces. .The Acadians of Prince Edward Is- land, well represenled at the front. ran During and when appetite lass brings to the hot dry mouth a freshness and a soothing balm that cdaxe 3 back the enthusiasm of health. Thousands j of soldiers in Europe have cause to thank for its tonic effect, The Flavour Lasts Par Dec.' eau haa sent a circular letter to Gen if niy- chle'fa 'point- lag out ttii.1 the experience" of :thi 63 war.has-sherlrn that existing ige limltn'are too hjeb with a few rare excepllofas comrnandR are not effectively exercised al dyer 50 years for a restaenl, 5S for i brigade, CO tor a division and '64 for an. army corps. Under theae coalitions, ho cddE, generals and over this age must be'given commands hereafter In the H'ar-o; pllceil at the disposal of tbe mladterJ of. war. Tile only exception totals rnle.Vill ba gen- eral officer? rCTOmbenfled-to com- mand their commands.on the personal Ottawa, Dec. B. J. Cliam- responslblllty of' genwalii chief areas censor for Cariadu, Ing armies. j has a message extending In the future, the premier lo tho press nnd all other In- ro promotion.-wfli be' made''to tha 'Htutiona and people who havo asslat- ot general tit officers who hato ei1 him In his Important work. It- la served only a ihort time In the line, as follows: Thla policy will rmiU In placing -at "The unileralgncd wishes lo exlpm! the kead oVl- HKJ 'HtlHAff 'SUfYICO 5I' this Is re- act .and nave been placed In IH5JS'1" city cannot laVo tip the tight but thaj medical boards under ladltlduats dan ny clvlltolon: tWiler the II6c. StiiteXdcjiart- mcnt diflclul3 declared today' tlatements of Trotzky, Ihe Bol- shev-IKl. foreign minister, that Am- erican .Red Cross" plsnfon In wai giving aid lo Hid u nU o( Uolsherlkl governmonl could 'at- tributed only to Ms o( tta facts. A report from cia on tho arrest 61 Col. Kolpjuhincel, of Iho iicrl.CtO" raliision, wisk'k Is 'in charge a relief traiVi, had not reached ihe iUte department. The departmeiH -tM> action '61 Tfolzhy entlrtly unwar- ranted.... SMALLPOX tAitS rrcderktoii, tjl.n., Dob.' IB ihe rirovlnce are more rmmeT' btis than at'iriy ihe'Tecent outbreak. There iffe 54 now reported, the No iWbcrland ind KM noV Infected. The in tf jlso reporlijd ;