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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUn LETHBRIDGE.. DAILY SATURDAY, DKCEMBEA 2 -'Ube woald that n powerful f on wiioin they had count- ed would bo nbsent." That sowus to us to >je a vt'iy rw- enable if DAILY AtfD. WEEKLY i Proprietors snd Publishers THE LETUBFUDGE HERALD PRINT. V ING COMPANY, LIMITED j 323 6th Street South, Letribrldge W. A. Buchanan President: and Managing -Director John Torrauce Business Master 1 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office Subscription Rates: Batly, delivered, per week pally, delivered, yov Pally, by mail, per year of expiry ot subscription ap- 1 fort, 'the dally on address label. Accept- taught THE LANGUAGE QUESTION IN SASKATCHEWAN Saskatchewan Government has practically adopted HK> Ontario Couservi'.tivp volley in tickling with tiio Fre-ncU Apart from the English it Is.llie only language recognized, bui it is only to bu instruction purposes iu ths lower forms. The new act says: l2 Where it is necessary in casa of speaking nui'iU, b. reason of tholr being un'l. staud tht> English may be used as Ihe laugu.isii of in straeilon, but Each use of French chilli uoi lie continue! bcyoud Grade .15 I. and iu the case oi any child shall not "be continued beyond tho first .15.00 i year c.f -such chilli's attendance at 1 (3) tho Board of any dis- :rict uas5-35 u resolution [o that ef- nmy be OTTAWA, Doe. cable from the ovci-so-u mllilarf authorities to lilr.v.-tor of public Inforinatinii. Vro s tit'H 3 special order ot I i In) day wWKssixi to all rinka ot the 1'anKili'in corns was issued on Christ- inns' lUy by I.iout.-'ien. Sir Arthur Currie. tbe corps commander. Tho "I wish a very hr.pw Christmas to 18 all ranks or Canadian1 corps. 'Vhrls'.mss In each year since 1914 11 e tnaWe-to under- messige French. 0[ peopl o! hopo, but ple at homo the Refuses io Deal WHS. Nolorious Reminding Them-, of Heigitim to save and to waste food or fuel.Whenyou eat wfeat be sure the whole Yfeat It is altfbod WASHINGTON', Hoc. Ad- ministrator Hoover, In fturope arrant! In1" relief for the' nedples'of tho war-1 lu'nrls 0[ pacing ai uuiuu nt.ujj'no ivmi.w inu I hssvy and full ol forebodings. We, on hiis refused Iu thu Win Holds o: battle, could _oaly j omuiiitic terms to discuss German kjj I food- conditions .with Uarou von tier 'brircckcn and llr. Itcilh. who sought a meeting, wlih administra- tor.- A message from I'arls today said harden our to kevired from. Berlin to .Waiter director of tho tor relief in Belgium, at Hotterdam, had been ap- pointed .by, the "German government supplies, aud. they desired ti> seo Mr. Hoover. In answer to the request re- ply, Mr. Hoover gent. IJUs message: "You can describe two years and a liaJf of arrogance, toward ourselves and cruelty in any lun- suago you may select and tell the pair personally to go to heJL-with my compliments. It 1 ilo have to deal with Germans it will not be with that pair." is the whole wheat nothing 'diOTrVn a way.Ready cook ao am moadment to wipe-out the privi- lege granted ;he- Krepch language, but when his amendment was intro- duced it. was found to possess a joker, ings to catch the votes ot all foreign- er' That amendment tho govern- m.nl claim, allow Pair's certainly In bis address, iiis opponent slid i Ihal ilr- Henderson was asked to join Gdvcrnmcnt'as'a supporter of a i Tilted did he discharge his sacred trust? lie was to Russia 3t a critical moment the-jpokesnnn of a" nation and not of i c and, instead of carrying ojt n ;r he liobaobbcd Vin the Bolshcylsis. "Next, he went j is chlrsed .with talking to the stM-allst Conference on a spc-, me wij. aRj' an amend- u 1 mi on for the Government ,h'2[ Usa on tho bust- dlscour and defeat any attempt to take part in the Ilois'nevist conference Sto kholm, was of German origin, and was intended to deprive J the Ailiei of the'Jruiis ot victory by securing a prenmtare and inconclu- sive and disgraceful peace by negotia- j tion Instead of Ibis, he encouraged the'-declstoa-'lo lake part in.the co'n-.j hy suppressing a- iiiessage irom the Ministof which hi had- undertaLen to reaiL Vei-again. hi position as a Cabinet Minis-! er t" otitain :a sum of' nioney from" tile Treasury; on Jalf. 27, 1S17. and. .if from Ilie co'Uvey hint self an1 Mr. MacDonald to T-ranc on (he representation that they were going on a national mission, s tuey were going as emissar- "From Our Own qorresoonfltatj WINMFRED, Oee. Earl Huff tost a valuable driving liorse. On examination by Ira Williams, the veterinary, ho found that 'the horse had swallowed a piece of 'brictv four inches long and two inches thick. Wilber Smith bought Bill Trotter's sorrel pacer, and ho is .looking for- ward to taking all sweepstakes, at }ho (air next year. I ilr, and Mrs. G. Parker gave a delightful Christmas dinner to a I large number of friends, Santa Cb.us being present and leaving numeriius souvenirs. Those-who received 51 rs. healfh.fbr any meal wit Tlie Kogina Leader clalrna that if the International Harvester Co. can dis- pose of their present premises In He- gina, they will put up a one million i dollar plant In that city, Tho war revenue bill, in taxes for 1919 and up- 1 ward o[ HOOu.OOO.OOO for 1920, will fa Huitflli. Alberta, had a bad spell of to conference between the houso, and DICKER UP IN IASSING l Till-: I1USV MAN influenza. There were or near the villa 14 deaths in BraatforJ Citizens' has Mondiiy under an agreement reached today Iu the bouse. During )he past four days a uouble bereavement .has visited the homo of These Are Will Occupy Some Atfention at Conference. .laniuage" to be taught ia the The amendment may joyed the day Miss Myrtle cent from and then only in the loyror Of course, in the higher 'forms certain Kngnagei vrill bl "parl Cf the curri- culum btit until forms are reach- ed eVery child, no matter the original language, must acquire a complete knowledgeTof the English language. It hc-r parents on have been worded to suit the pros and j Mrs. John the cons, as resolutions and menls sometimes possess that pecu- liarity. At any rate no-foreign language is to te recognized "in. Siakatchewan schools in the eicept French PARIS, Dec. Albert o! Monaco given '.io the Associated! Press a remarkable letter he has ail- dressed io the former Emperor Wll- Preemtiii -convajes-lilam which promises to rival the not- able revelations made .by Prince Lich- Chrislopherson and nowski, German-ambassador at Lon- asked for investigations of Twenty-secpnil Ave. whiskey deals the municipality. X, W., Calgary. On Sunday, Dec. 23, his daughter, Mrs. Edith Catherine Rev. J. Wilbur the cyan- (Jeate'r. whose husband was killed In ist and once mtK.era-or of the Pres- rrance a short time ago, died of pncu- erian. General Assembly ol the U. j monia following an attack of influenza, 'amend-1 ogles' are spending the don at the :a- -rector, turned on Monday from-Toronto Dr. Muehlon. the former Krupp di- to Prince Albert's letter gives textual- ly many conversations with the ex- -ml Christmiis.tit, home.-. Halton ly many conversations tm In the highest praise. j 3., is on Tuesday, Dec. 2-1, another i daughter, Ltllie May-Qiiance, who was Ernest agcil fourteen, .of I in her. second year training.at the Sault Sle. Marie, was instant- ly by the falling of a shaft in tbe Spanish River Pulp and Paper CO'B mill. Representatives of Uifi Ontario Grape Growers intervieyred the govern- Calgary, general hospital, succumbed to liiis disease. niph-Adams member of the PAHIS, Dec. conference cir- cles the opinion prevails several difflcuit Questions which will 'toro.tb'c.nllles at, Bomq tlmQ (Jurlng the peace confereniia majr.be "-left over arbitration after an agreement has been reachen as to a leagiio of hstiona. -One or bo, Hit' future status of One parly there desire's 'the re-establish- ment of the grand' duchy.-' Another favors the a republic. speaks In the higoesl praise OL: we j emuo.ui uu. ..i meat asking foal the rimc limit within river yard df- the Ilelblehem Ship- may concaramg differences rcatment the-boys aumoe. of leuera we entitled, to transport i building cutter who between the allleV and Jugo-Slavs ar H. R.. Harper, Frank Johnny McDougall spent Chfisrmay- in Medicine Hat. Johil Bergan i le o the; Sotiaiist Party to try to induce the Flench workers, to take part in the traitorous Stockholm Con-; I ference. the real and secret i is a big advance forward.1 Saskatche- E. .more than any other province of Dominion, has a" great foreign problem. The foreign elements have to the prince. j which they are Hi.li.. ana the native emended. emperor and ihe'prince cover years of close intimacy, curing which period Prince Albert frequent guest em- Boston Board, toiu. the. mem- A third advocates annqjatlort -tu licrs ot the Boston-Housing Assocla- France, while still an- ,ad found at tlio Kore I neiatlon to Belgium. Tho'sarae courfo the Ileiblehem Ship-' may be.followed concarofng tlon that bi-'j] river y.ird of icnt Cnristmay in is reported qoiite Prince Albert frequf nl_ gu rrili be necessarr ot Iho .at-.Bfirhn and ,the j Mr. and on have recovsred from' im'Uienza. The" ladies of will held a meeting on December 28 at tbe Globe rest rooms. to- be able to enjoy good entertainments this year in the way educational lectures. Miss Sarah ItlcDougall- hai land Corfu. The litter'relates conver- sations' showing the Teuton ruler's blind arrogant-adherence to world -Tho finance committee of the Tor- onto Separate has unan- imously recommended tbu teach- ers be given an increase of ?a a yeir, commencing January 1 nest., and received ?224 for pay. For p. period of four months-this, averaged 5220-overy working daf, Mr., Cram said. -The.'die.cutter, accbnlihj to Mr. Cram; wes >.given ma- chine to work which it niade him possible to increase his.output great- a year thereafter, until-the. maximum t ly, while the piece-work basir, upon tvrecking oi purple of this mission was discover-1 ana tte eh by a Treasury of the came Cabinet.; Mr, Hen- dersoa'wais tfipt'oa the doormat his Go-eTinient colleagues" discussed his conduct, after "whicli be was 're- tires' from the Cabiret, and Tras mliL.ii apon the money to the Treasury.ci''August 3." been difiicult to direct from an edu- recovered from her "spell educa- i tionai rcgu'iiiions All act overcome I the language question. To-assimilate ihe foreign, population must Jiare educated in the prevailing lan- That his .opponent's story, and, if true i nt very creditable to Mr. who. has been considered tb be a sincere advocate of advanced Views. Had he been really sincere he woulJ not have jilsyc-d'double while a niemher of the ministry. Paul Beuhring TCtarneri 'irom St. Paul on December 21, whete1 lie .went M-ith shipment'ot cattle.'i Paul "was obliged to give up and board a passenger coach, hastily-To reach P..S.. m onl, through a eomplete ns .-founded1 oa theischool teachers have been threatening cbahgfcd for the period of his record if not given more pay. tu a ilivlslon ol the territory, on tho eastern tjio A' is is a'.-cpnflicl. o! 'several .'Europ'eaii in- flue'nces'. Cardinal of Westminster, went to'-Serbia recent- ly and before had a oi 5S50 is reached. The1 separate -which, he, was paid.- remained .tin-1 long interview pope.' An An- 'school teachers have been threatening changed for of his record I Blican bishop also Bas'Visited Serbia, wages. pp is reported. ciato Canadian history, Canadian in- sulations and Canadian Street cars and automobiles seem, to have such an antipathy -for each other ia Lethbridge the city Asis may feel impelled to add another bylaw to the ever-growing list of making it un- lawful .for them to run on the sams streets. a demobil GQprj REASONS FOR PR6SIDEN7 WILSON'S TRIP Tatt, unlike form- .L? er President Roosevelt doesn't object) ization centre" even though it is tbe fp President WilEon going to Enrope.] logical railway centre .from which to Oa the other hand he approves of.tbe I Distribute most o" the men retnming DUDAPHST, Dec. thief of the allied military mission, has acquaintance with, the English Ian- Tcry wevi .-J0m (ha that they can properly appre- Mr. om! Mrs. Jos llasslni Have lost I v another girl, thii heing the thifd child transmuted :to Counl havins lied from inflaciiza-- [lent, ot Ihe national conn, tbree weets. Mr. of the by.the commamler-in-chief of the aj- armies until the decision of the o conference. The boundary lines of the new state neighbors, living twelve .soulh, reported nearly .every -.vith the disease'in that district. t Mr. Peter Earr is in tethbrld'ge re-1 conference. oorted serlonslr ill with, influenza. and Mrs.' SI. J. Collins gave ant follow: Beginning along the northern ChrisimW dinner boundary of Hungary to the western entertained -vere: 'and. Mrs-'.naa Hungarian border to .the.Danube, along Moore; Medicine Hat; Mr. WMrJ.! 'he Danube to Espel.. to the city ot Latsen, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey l.Rimaszemoat. thence in a straight line -Davis. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Casfli and the.river Lng. .to Mount K. K. Rergan. A most delightful' dav was spent. Mrs. Jas. Larsen and K. K. tlip in these worfls: there are the peoples Eng- land, lYance and Italy to consider. Tn ijfie last year ot the war, when their morale vas taxed the most, it waa.the iTords of President tbat a leag- ue of nations he formed io keep peace hereafter (hat bolstered up their uourage and kept them going. They rjare the president's words aa Bergan vron all. honors making tlie at games. influenza cases arc reported only to the south. If therefore, T-cthbrirtge from the country, everyone in RllOI LOCAL ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church Cor. 1Hr> Street and Sth Avo. South.'> Rev. Canon VI. V. McMlllen. B.A, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE is to be made the Southern 'Alberta frc-tf now enjoying gosd Health. A headdisrters !or the Mounted Polica lnii epidemic be-at CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Brock. Street 3. 6ur.aay Service at It a.m. Celebration of Holy Communion at 11; subject: .Science." it l only help to balance.-up ior the oversigV. in the demoblliiation plans. J. B. MuEaclmeu, of the Saakatche- Grain Growers, contends that if! He I57regarde-d.by distinctively school rjg'wm'bave effect the and effectively led, It can abound in assuring its peoples that carry every seat in the prairie proy- will be tbe teynr.te of the; jnces, and exert a Very large influence treaty to be.imtde.: lo o! Commons. There ii has been an immense annual f, 15ie choice having once been ms.'Se, tt'o Phlladei'phla Public L-xrgff odn not see "rhaltcrfi woul-l be by a. barrage 'o[ political oit- icism folldwing the -.President from Washington and discounting pres- tfgfl in. Paris.'' This.daily. widely read cocnling a Repub- Ucaji es-presiflent among its contribut- gtic-s on Io out that made surfj-j 1 ly> it %vas not an unAmerican Iho forr-most of the Wilron it tliat is right can be a dominant influence. It ri resents very largely the western mind on economic Questions. The west res'.iy Md.vtht lialance ol power. r------'.' IP" liapp'cns in.the of bun-ling rr.a- tprlal prices during the tieit year, '-fany pooplG to build but eav -.rill not do FO nntil prices materials come- ilown. I i .buildicg rton'i rc.ison Tn-o weli 'krfor.-n Bflldiera re- turned from on Thursday, in ;he John SlafFort and J. The reading room Is open uailv 01- ST. AUGUSTIN'3 CHURCH and legal holidays, from Cor. 2nd Avt. snd 3lh S'.rer.t South j 3 lo 5 p ra. irere, tho Bible and author- Rev. Canon J. E. I.I.A, ;jzeij Christian Science llteraturo may Recto A. John Stafford, whn is a; s a.m., 11 a.m.. son.; ot Mrs. J. Siaffpri, here, and a 7.SO p.m. ford, enlbtcfl unSer Ills tincln with the battery, which wts made up Almost entirely oi LethbriilKc r.ic-n. He sa'sv cor.siilcrable service at tin- front, and wixi the [or ivotlcn to diify. J. A. Tnrcn'te tbe 61st METHODIST t be read, borrowed or nurcbased. The public is Invited to al- lend the chiireh ssrVlco's. also to visit tbs reading room. Wesley Church Cnns. E. Crajg, B. D; RcsHonce 32i) llth St. S. Phones: Parsonkrie 404. 403 THE UNITED jCHURCH ,01: PRESBY.TERIAN.: Knox Church: Corner 4th Ave. 'and Sin' Street 8. Rev. .Capt. A. H. penooh. Pastor 'ho morning serylce will be laVen by CapC tlie Key. A. H. ne'n66h. There ivin he no service 'In the even- ing owing" to tho'ev'inscllalic ser- vice being field'in Wesley Church. 10 a.m.: Boys1 p'apartmcnL IJ.30 a.m. nig Rioters' Billa I'lta. 2.00 p.m.: Big Brdlhers' Dible Clnas. 2A5: Other Sunday School. p.m.: Chlueje-Claja.r NORTH-: LETHBRIDQE COSPBU Sth ATC. S.p'eaTcefV-John NORTH Rev. E. J. Hodgins, 1271 5th Ave. N. Chnlr Leader, Mrs.' RBRLTN, Dec. a'ddilioa ;to the marble columns forming the backsrcnm! of the mor.umeot of Kin- pcror I.- hy a little; a> completely sliot from a range of tc-rlcr the Palace aud -found it heavily by. shell nf rorlore In tiic s th.Tt I'r.f: f-'OverJiirX' i leaves tiio inipT-issIo Tagoblatl, it's capItM i tfiat It I assorts that -if ViVoJro JjU gone, to'.ih? Pt-jrf. Thp result is a tiere sre KM; suLtiitr.-rcd on; tiol broken will do no K' llie plains of in ti'.V..'T tlic b'ji'.cler rr i'.'-.'.'.''. Eiavja. In Poland, and orci in flump in prices thc! trr'r'Ps .lied as temporary cli r.t conditions aid tr.e he mination-o ..IY tlin bO'jrfroise Mr. Crr-nir onir rccrlvcd the 'r.viiiaslj'Wtnncsilay, 2 p.m., Home loathe- ffilorallon this' momini1, 3 pm.: Life Hp.vinf f Tiiu announce tlio' origfyal '.vas. forwarded to him ii! r. (ocfi'ty for tlift pur-1 he in the west... hut. it fsIM .Io ti' criail'.iv ing Iloisbevism- I reach, him TI., clla'iel flsml in auendtncei, Sunday anl Thursday services. A HEifiy Io All. Christian Church 3rd Ave. and 3lh St. 3. Oijvcr L.'Curtii, Pastor 612 Seventh Street' South Phone 502 Ilible School at 10.30. Bach one counts one. Wc are looWng for you. I (Yimnnimon anfl Preaching nt 11.30 I H.'iitut of Convention at Calgary. C. K. Announcements at uiorning ser- vie? BAPTIST First Baptist Church and 3rd Ave. 3. Rev F. W. Pastor -.M- ''our Mstto for icnool and Pastor's Bible Class. In "the .evening at 7.30, wo loin 'wfltij all the olher Ch'urcTtea In the frrand opening rally of (he evannoHsllt campaign in ihe Meinodtst church. iv, PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASJIEMILY 205 Thirt'denih SI. N. Rev. C. M. Neve; Pme.r Res, 231 7tf< Ave. A. S. Sunday RorVim M !1 a.m. and 730 i p.m. V 'J- ;