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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AND WEEKLY nnd Publlihers LETHBSIOOe HERALD PRINT- .'.V IHQCOMPANYi LIMITED Street South, V vf. A. Buchanan TNttdent and Managing Director Iftto Torrsnce Business lianas" TELEPHONES owcc............. I2b2 1224 FRIDAY, tor the upkeep, ot a state university whereiis. in ,llie older provinces uiosi of the universities aro-prlvately porlca, or nt most, are only partly maintained by provincial funds. There is no doubt that the- burden of 1 providing educational facilities It heavy for a younu province like Al berto, but It 19 evident from the abovo figures lhat provincial treasury Is beariDS a: 5001) share as compared with the burden undertaken by other provinces ot liio Dominion. ORIGIN OF THE i NAME SPARTACUS Reid the dispatches these ilays deal lug with events In Germany and you will be sure lo come across about the Spartacus group, a partic- ularly radical group which is threat 'Subscription Ratti ttally, delivered, per week per year Dally, by mail, per year Weekly, by mall, per year' by mall per year to U.S..t2.0" ...'..55.00 Dates o! eiplry ol subscriptions ap- tear dally on address label. Accept- ance ot papers after: eiptrs'.lon data Is '4 u authority to continue the- sub- scrlptloQ. fTHE UNITED STATES 'AND RECLAMATION _______ Canada is considering a reclamation, !y called in connection with land settle-1 The ai believe ening Inn provisional government at llorliu. The New York. Times, telling hov (lie Spartacus group got its name (ron: tho oM Greeks, says: Not the least theatrical in the play of events In Berlin is Ihe riso o( a Bobhevlstbparty, under the leadership 6f Karl LiebkuechL Noi satisfied with lie ullra-nwilcrn name oj Bolshevllil, this.leader has gone lisck Injo the archives- of Rorne and 'has' emerged with a, treasure of a name for hla followers, the Spartacus group, or the as ihey are nSw common- Important Decision oh Nice j Point of Lav.- is Itendercd by AlberUi Appeal Court One of the m'Jtt important decisions rendered lor some time by tho Alberta apiwal court, one' which decides a nice point of law, ana.Incidentally brines victory to a local lawyer In appeal, announced lasl week 'jfc.Calei.ry. In tho ot Scott vs. Harris ami Slrwshaui, ot Cnrdston dHatrlct. ny 10 decision in the appeal, the verdict aeaiust Harris and Slrirtgham for. malic ous arresl In tho Ibefi of a belt- at chapleau, Onl. was burned er with'which Scott was chirged. Methodists offered the use of their Scoti appeared before Maeislralo church lo the unfortunate coucrega- Jjrker, of Cardslon, and tho charge lion, was dismissed. Scolt immediately sued Harris and damages. dent in the west, we estern Canada's representatives in i 'the UOJ e ot Commons will be able to malp the eastern members see that a jec.amation policy backed up by .large are necessary to the up- N .liuilding of'tlio west. In tht the.members from. the. west hLva d good argument la what is l ing done across the line In the way of j re-laraJtlon of land to provide homes 1 tor returned soldiers. The other flay Secrelary Lane-of the Inferior depart- S-meht.'a Canadian by.-the way, sppear- jted before the house committee on irrigation o! arid lands lo urge that sn appropriation be made, at'the com- ang ses Ion ot congress whereby will be available tor reclaim; ing and draining logged off lands in the south and-the Irrigation of semi- i 1i arid lands In the western states. The proposal of Secretary Lane -H ivas that congress should approprialo this vast amount ot money to reclaim arid and logged oft lands In every part of-the country, using labor o' returned soldiers In the .work qt cur; rent wage rates', the reclaimed.'lands to be erected Into rarms with'home and DUildings complete and sold't the soldiers on 40 years' Tie plan menl buying llrcnt parts of. the country, H the Canadian governmentiwere I eaopt a reclamation scheme'1' simils to that of the U. S. it would rosin a expenditure of In torlirrisatloE projects and clea SM "Tng7 loggeditt lands' 'In Ihe wqoae parts of Ihe Dominion such as North tin and B.C. Canada ownin thousands" of -acres in the west cap- of irrigation would be in a bet- ter position to undertake-some such looking lo future settlement 1 the land by the soldiers much more essiiy'thau could Ihe United States. point in..however, that the TJnjted States is going to spend a f.'- great deal of money to make land available to its soldiers anil it Canada wishes to keep in line In the niatter "ot land'settlement a practical reete- rnalion scheme backed by sizeable ap proprlitiotts must be' provided. Thrace when the Romans came to Greece-Bud captured l-.liu, making him out of'the slave gladiators ot the dls solute metropolis. As it is known in history, he called the eighty other glidlators of thre School of Capua to his side and started one of the nicest fearsome revolutions io Rome, -which lasted from 73'B. f. 10-71 B..C. anda of the people. The armies of he state were absent on foreign ser- ice. All these things made the mo- ment ripe for the uprising of Spar'a- js.- Before very Ions ho had gathered va's.t army recruited' from the ranks f suffering Thracians, Gauls and Ger- vins; The armies o'f Rome met with. efe'a't aftei'd'efeat at their hands, and Al that 'time Rome was 'J a state if moral disintegration, which allow ot luxurious living and wild disslpa on on Ihe one- hand and keen sufiei S from Camine 'and autoiratlc op resslon on the other. Tha revising for the gratuitous feeding o arvihg proletariat lu Rome bad to bb i a ontinually changed lo meet t.fci le-Und malice _mus_t _be f damages against Harris and String- 51 am of SHOO and costs for false ar- t is Ihroivn out. anil the decision Judge Bitting with Jury Is overseJ. Tho action was one which was start- d lost January by Alouzo Scolt A new maternity wing to 'the Char- lotte Eler K Englohart Hospital at I'elrolea was The Hank ot Commerce opened H new branches In the west Iu Decem- ber. G. >Urlneiu. former chief of police ol Montreal, was struck by a trajn and killed nt WoUeley, Saeii. Canadian railways want men, besides their employees who enlisted and'who will be taken back .Saskatchewan labor men and grain growers will try to got together.. Ths Royal Bank'lias opcr.ed a brand I Chir.hani, Out. Moses Iralson, '.diamond merchan with offices in the Savings liauk am Trust Company building, Chicago, wa robbed ol gems valued at the Catholic churc! TKeWWs Best Coffees with scruiiulous card by, fchr exquisite flavour and-- roasted just right- this is the way we produce At the trial, which lasted four days, the jury brought in a verdict tor Ihe plaintiff al eleven o'clock at during Ihe civil sessions of the court at Uthbridge last February. The jury first that there was an ab- reasonable and just cause for arrest, arid 'second that there was malice In law, had been evidence. The Jury assessed and though n o'uc I lial malice Catholic church of S or Indtcated by the co, Brooklyn, N. Y., costs and Judge Walsh accepted the verdict. The solicitors for the defendant ob- jected at the trlnl lhat.the.jury bad failed to find malice in fact. Must Show Actual Malice It was upon' the 'principle that not merely malice iu law, hut lhat actual proven in or 'a -lima it looked as Ihousb the such case's, that D. H. Elton acting for the defendants, took the Sev- eral cases wera cited and the appeal court last week, after.hearingtargu- mer.t of. Mr. Elton and o_f Harris anil Palmer, of Lethbrldge, for the plain- tiff, decided to reverse the decision The jury in the trial had given their opinion that Uie defendants'had noi reasonable steps'to enquire'of ables bt-Rome- being turnt-1 manner vastly distasteful to tb? rui- ng is true in rap- there was -dissension In ranks of the Tictonous "slaves and army divid- a 'rivaUeadef, siaudta'gytl.rm Ail. the members1.of the rauks werei however, rtgreed on one'point, that to, the vic- belonged the' spoils of conojiesfs. As1- a result, much of. Spartacus, the ,-drunli! witji power, pillaged, Ihe country in a superior to that of their In the ecd; of forces of the or- armies defeated Uiem 'anfl-niftde a'horrible example ot them .by Ihe Appian Way. Spartacus died like a true with hla sword In his hantL. _ '_ V The slory .marks one of the bloodiest >ages in Ro'man history, and in Berlin bey are finding other .Roman par- alle'ls. Sir. Scoll oE the real ownership of the A-Drink of Delight "Morning, Noon and Night" Ask your Grocer for BRAID'S Charles Borrom- died paralysis. eosoh to.remember Uio Hun through 1917. .ance Corporal J. McCormich, gassing or wounds. iliteen months'military tcrvlco means Uiauhiloff. (Russian) Imllct." This reference lo tho leading attrac- in th'e ranks, though I-Yancc, April, 1910. then "thay. have carried on on on the Coliseum hill during the prea'ent whercvr tub The Toronto building trades league, federation ot -iho Trades Union, whose are cti. the construction of buildings, has de elded to tike a referendum of tl unions upou a shorter working day. The Rev; James E. Dobier, seventy- Father -Bohler was one ot the most videly-known clergymen In Brooklyn, le was born at St. Thomas, Ont. At Stratford sentences were j posed on Ihree Social-Deinocrals tor laviug in their possession banned literature. Ernest Reseller, 51000 or two months iu jail; Hoiry Cook, ?300 or four months In jail, antl Arnold Skldmore, 5500 and or falling payment 30 days in jali, oC ;.'ine at the end of 30 days sis months' Imprison- ment. Geo. Wilson, of New. York, and P. W. S. Crispo, oi Winnipeg, and F. Ashe, ol London, Eng., have heen ap- pointed assistant general raanagers of Uio Union'bank Canada. Mr. Ashe ill remain Li England.. Mr, Wilson, is heifer, and hail therefore concluded to be at Toroolo and Mr. Crispo at them guilty of malice iii'law. although Winnipeg. J. S. Illam, has been ap not in fact. The court of appeal holds pointed superintendent ,of branches fo that this conclusion of the" jury was the entire system ami W. XI. Chandler not sa'rrident iipon which to base a ot. western branches verdict for damages, inasmuch was tie common, practice ot people to it w: J. Dawson, manager of the Haml ;oes to' New York and K cause the arrest of. people tlieybellev- p. Gilmdur, of Toronto.'bccomes man ed :'guiity of a crime, wtlhout making breakup the ALBERTA'S ASSISTANCE TO'EDUCATION ago, In answer to a pro m test from a number of local citizens Report say? that the toes the vrho pay taxes in other cities ol Ibo-lKrupp works, are to.be damped and necessarily proving .actual malice on their part, but merely a desire to see Toronto Telegram is again candidate for" mayor of Toronto. Bill Hohenzollern has lost his aerve ijut his appetite, according to dispatch- es, Is still good. _The.TJnited .Women's party fqrme'd in Ontario. How fong will unity last> la' It not to-ba feared that some gossip or jealous creature Jlmmie fCess, a Lethbridge boy who has been in France; writes from.there uni'er date ot December 2nd, enclos- ing a huge Issued by the 'German government, under their propaganda policy, presuming to set forth In figures 'diagrams the great damage .done German'sub- marines and" German' Zeppelins, also the -naval BinltingSveffected Britain by., the German -navy. "The chart, ona of the becc iueces of Gcrrrian propaganda he rVjme across. Needless to say, the German victories are shown in great eiaggera- particularly the tonnage sunk uy submarines. gagenient ot the Dumbells Indicates ic handicap under which the boys ayed their parts. The success they ored in the shadow of on therefore makes'it safe to claim al Ihey really have established; pulaiion: From Ihe lime ol Ihalr arrival in London Ihe Dumbells were r. by. the Uieaire managers.' :This ourting. increased as', their quality as demonstraled. Being In England o leave, throueh tho kindness ot Ma- or General L. J. Lipselt. C.M.G., Iho rumhells of necessity were amenable o military discipline. But if it is ne essary id matatain.tbe morale of our -oops by' such means. It is also ne- ossary :to maintain the civilian mor- le, arid it may-be lhat In'twice ex- ending'the Dumbells1 leave, tho ary-authorities felt that more was bo- ng accomplished than merely Ihe giv- ng to tho people of-'the'inetropolis al an example of trench' theitricale. 'hese eslensions were' received .'.by lie- Dumbells natural s'atisfnc-' ibri, though Ibey knc-w that "What was Jie gain of the theatregoers in Kng- and was Ihe loss of the brave boys o[ their Division before Arras and Cnmhrai, and It was to the call of the lalter that their hearts were quick- est to respond. popular feeling toward this un: ique company was expressed by one division and this also means iniary, 4Srd Dalt., homo ot more economical than ordinary laundry 1 it gbes farther. But a cake of Qold Soap is bigger tiian any other laundry soap at .thu same soap for ypur.money. It also is better only; from best materials suitable for laundry GoW Soop made in the Procter Gamble at Hamilton, Canada think cl the number ot (arms in Ont- unanimously. Tho report JAid thai ario devoted almost entirely to the j (ho were not represented grtfwtag of wild mustard or Canada iat the congress. Packet. We might add that (here are a few ceres onl this way devoted to the j J. Fraser. director secretary treasurer of the Ottawa Car Works, were still thousands of people in thia country who were esger to them perform. .Kvery one of places and ov- eij one of these performances found the entertaining a capacity house which encored them to the lim- it and brought them before Ihe cur- lain time after time, t6 accord to them enthusiastic appreciation .to their ef> anrt secretary-treasurer o! the Ottawa I forts. '.Xewcofncrs to the Coliseum at prcrfido educational facilities is tha' growing of the Rosslsn tnistle ana it j luilway for Ihe 27 years, present act under a great duadvanl- AHrtrU spends about a a Bolshevik! sort ot a plant, dead In Uie Hideau Club. tald tht Lonuon Kvcnlng Stand- thatthe 'Flu Is Over! -_._ What about having your rooms disinfected and repapered by us? We have a new stock of Wallpapers at remarkably low prices, with Cutout Borders, in the Very latest designs. WELLINGTON BROS. SHERLOCK BUILDING THE DECORATORS ;