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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PABE THE LETHBRIDGE J3A1LY HERALD DECEMBER 3 ttbc tllberta homo out by Fridays news dispatch rs in which it was stated that German general headquarters at Spa had elab orate dugout systems for the protcc lion of the Kaiser and Von Hinden Professor Lough says tlio Germans and seem to have a sort of bravery when klTMIRIDGC HERALD MINT1 they am winning but it Is tlio bravery tHO LIMITID j of They laek the moral Ml Street that mmj DAILY AND VVIKKLY S SPEECH AT THE GUILDHALL 1 has never before been defcnuM excus able for a president of the United Statos to lonvo the territory of tho United but t know Mint I have the support of the Jmlnment of my colleagues In the government of the United In that was my paramount duty to turn away even from the Important affairs at home to do this groat President and Managing Director j Jlglit to he last fOha Torrance Business Manager j This opinion also to be borne out by the observations of Admiral Rodman who was In active command of the American fleet whfn it was part of the allied grand fleet under coni TELEPHONES OWM 1232 Office 1224 Settlement and Then Have it is His Demand text of the COALDALE ENJOYS TREES mand of Admiral On his speech at tho Guildhall Subscription Hates per waek per year by per year by per year by mail per year to and with the result that moat ignominious surrender in an inter no tin on the turn to New York he gave view in which he stated amount of coaxing could i German high seas floe to come 50 naval history of the world was stag Countless other evidences n the lack of German moral fibre which makes for bravery are shown by the drawing a contrast between the action of the follows From Our Own Christ address which 1 must generously bates of expiry ot subscriptions ap pear daily on address Accept ance of papers after expiration date is authority to continue the sub1 wnr j uormans and the Kaiser and tiie THE RESULT OF THE j tion of another nation in a similar BRITISH ELECTIONS plight says A lot of opposition noise did not It in plain that the Gorman are un Biean the Coalition in i able to see themselves as others see Their recent would j have had a chastening effect on most i but no such effect has I visible in fieauce which most 1 stiuul here The have just heard is aiii irraiiously and the tip liphtfnl accent of sincerity in it seems like a part of that voice of counsel which is now everywhere to be I feei that a distinguished notice at have a great den of real talent and the prospect for the future looks Great cre dit is due to the school principal and staff for the way they Improvised such fine program ou short Mitchell excelled himself as chair and interspersed the program with humorous and fitting re this Paris something Tbe flight of the Kaiser is an indi cation of thoir type of Think of the number of rulers who 1 heard the voice of one people speak ing to another and itwas a voice in which one could distinguish There Great Britain was going down to de Noise doesnt defeat governl or mean that they have the public We might do well to Iteep that fact in mind in There has been a good deal of noise about Government but that i has lost the confidence of the people Is extremely The thought ful people think quietly not it is the thoughtful people who wield the most The result in the British elections Is a wonderful and overwhelming tri fcule to Lloyd for the work he fend done during the and was an the people wiU the had taken 1 to ignominious Popular expression ot confidence in the at hl3 hinfce i actual but I Icy he had outlined for tho known no though the with man of the men honor has linen conferred upon me by this and I bog to assure i trv fit i j know that I am only of what lnment 1 may call a great body of clrcum tor the excellent Tdouot bMieve tint it was fancv haar tVYSrST was the great and in the streets of u more tluiu a per died at theheads of their mak a coneer to which he brought about by itiative and spoke well both for their enterprise and The people ot Chin and district held a Christmas social in the school on Christinas Games were en ing u last but nev crtheless heroic Hut this man runs away he has not the Jiber to j sor gratitude nations en stand and share in tiie fate of his soldiers of Great Bntuin and of the United States and of France and of his own fie Is greatly concern ed that he shall keep a whole skin and a fat Let us suppose that England had been defeated and that an English corresponding in his relations to But there was something more in the consciousness that the busi ness is not yet the conscious ness that it now rests upon them to that those lives were not lost I have not yet been to the see in Paciiist and Bolshevik elements i censorship has been removed in Ger only in a small They no there appears to have have who been have fought the and the other day I had the pleasure of being present i at a session of the French academy criticism of the ac a session n r dia RogerSj Hilda were noisy and but demt R geemg to them they ndml ted Marshail to raunj Vina ai through the has ruled to M The Bennett Grimwald is leaving Coal dale to take a position in the Stand ard Bank at A very enjoyable party was glvon by Norton last week at in The event was the occa sion of a shower to George Knudson nee Ida Owing to the flu and other unavoidable dif ficulties this event had to be post poned from time to time pres ent were Mesdames Can Stephenson and and Misses Honey Xan Rog Vina and again Philip Arthur and Ramsay Macdonald their chief mouthpieces have ob Sane labor is upheld and men of the type of mans are the champion quitters of all and it ercites no special emo tion in them that the Kaiser has quit Again Lough sari To the psychologist not only the ae Richards and tions of a nation but OOradv have been of but the simple words ot j affection for his soldiers and the con1 viction which he summed up in a sentence which 1 will not try accur ately to but reproduce in its contest in animal name guessing resulted in the first prize be in WOE bv Miss Hunt and the booby Pe was that France must al1 the peoples wayB remember that the small and 1 iro nn i o ni back again It is hlewpoints of that action ire an indiI wealc could never livo free ln the an ex ende d trip in word to say in reprobation of the dipj atrPngth in the service of great fleet by the same people who fought their 1 way into and but we must re member that the Germans do not fight peoples when they Their mass es are trained for mechanical man j cation of mental only the pacifist and Bolshevtki elej one jn Germanv apparently had ment that lias been While many countries in Europe are suffer ing from the development of this working class autocracy as keeps its Free government exists in Britain and that is all sane labor When they have the they can obtain the power by constitutional The defeat of former Premier As quith and some of his more distin guished colleagues is to be regrettel tor their presence in Parliament would be helpful to the new govern ment and the Likely seata will be found for the more prominent o The straight Liberals could not count on the old time Liberal vote for thousands of Liberals throughout the country were supporting It must not be overlooked either that Lloyd just before the elec tions had approached Asquith and other leading Liberals to enter the Coalition and they had refused and it may be electors voted against them because of their failure to cooperate the Prime Minister Ireland creates a more distressing situation than The more moder ate home rule the Xational has been wined and the Sinn Fein which is very i beginning of the war and since held weac c world unless the strong and the great Katchewan and is glad to be back to thpr nower put tneu and their a Decent ana men That graceful yielding of a without firing a thought that something must be done It seems inconsistent that this nownot onlv to make a just settle palling cowardice should be exhibited j raenthm tosee settlement is ob A pleasant luncheon and Christmas Bitter farewell shower was given at the home I of Lund in honor of Miss Jessie who leaves Coaldale this Tlio room had holly dec served prevails conversed and that honor and justlce orations m a settmR of red and in the When I have Jhose present Knud the soldiers I have sou and Misses been more and more aware that they cji t et IIU til tJ i C ti l c i t other nor think as other I fought for something that not all of afd buunble present were t riif a m oni VPTI iTl C as it to them They fought to was nlingled with regret at the know They go into battle mechan icallyunder Their habit of jo awav wHh an old order and es ledge that Miss Ross was Ieavlng a8 dull obedience makes this tablish a new and the centre and hee highly esteemed and their characteristic of cowardice j characteristic of the old order causes them to go ahead order is rather an officer who otheTa S tion that any cowardly person will determlned by tue unstable school at Turin is maintain what he may term his cour age as long as he is The bully is exposed in his true light when ha is To wage a losing as the Allies at leasrt to some ex equilibrium of competitive for four years requires real morI a balance which was maintained jealous watchfulness and an antagon ism of interests though it was generally was always deup al Tho pretense of The men who have fought in this a defensive war have been the men from the free which the Germans have set up nations who are determined that sort fords another indication of this same j of thing should end now and mental If we grant j u a very interesting to me to observe that the masses of their peogle how from every from every lieve that the war was we j sort of from every concert of are confronted by the fact that the I counsel there comes the suggestion nation ahjectedly surrendered before i that there now he not a balance a foot of its territory had been of not one powerful group of except the narrow strip of j nations set up against but a Alsace taken by the French at the i tingle overwhelming powerful group closed for the is carrying on the i We are sorry to report that Macleod of the Mitchell Nursery is down with the also Davidson is in the hospital for the same but is making good pro gresi bad for The Sinn Feiners i The Germans could not of the peace of the lire in a sense the Irish They want Ireland cut off entirely frim Britain and created Into a themselves endure what they done to Belgium and Some of the Irish are going to dei exactly the sanif lines and how notwithstanding that there is clare an Irish No doubt Pat thought always has been that the key strong and Influential section un will bs president and secretary ito poace waus lhft guarantee of I i h a iirniie i it tnat of in alterably opposed to such a The Feiners declare they will not in They simply contested the Irish seats to establish the strength of their The British elections have shown j to learn about that Lloyd George is that HOBlition is the desirabla form of gov ernment at this that pacifism has very lew friends amongst the and Bolshevism has seeming ijr none If the new govern ment U strong enough to carry out its reform as well as han dle the problems of reconstruction or readjustment Britain need not fear a The saner dominate and sane minds are necessary la governments at this per tod Of the terms would be worthless unless them j stood back of them a permanent con Cbrintobel Pankhursf debated j cert of power for their the Old Country Evi is f mon thing that j i has ever happened in the dently Christobel has something still Ihis the thought of a eague ol nations was indulgently Miss of is visiting the guest of her Hugh Dobson preached at Coal dale last Sunday as On a Christmas service was held at the Coaldale The Conldaln orches tra led the singing and gave select Remember Buchanans Twelve Days on the West ern front Tho fiKt aid classes will be resum ed on HID first Tuesday after Xew Please dont Next week wo hope to publish the not the items of it that the j resulIK of tne cliristmas school ex aminations as supplied by Scho Of nations who shall be the trustees had it has been delightful in my confer fences with the Inaders of the govern ments to find our minds moved along A clothier giving evidence before a commissioner In said price of clothca was already coming No doubt alifrts wll now gra dually creep nearer the ankles considered interesting of It was thought of as one those things ihat it was to by a name as a university 1 have always resenl i It wa5i lo be as if FEAR HARD TREATMENT the mem bers of the former Austrian royal house who have remained in Austria are reported to have sought nafety in neutral in Vienna of fear of rough treatment at tho haiulsf of the The Argentine and Chilean legations have offered hospitality to a dozen former arch Evidently the food on board of the returning transports i much leterminert to that in Itself were a something that men iould think but never Now we find Un practical leading minds of the world too high to be HO held in tiie estima No such tion of tho Canadian to wiiom It le Development of coal mines in of purpose sudden and potent union REMOVE PROHIBITION of the time prohibition on the reg istration of abbreviated cable address FOREMOST LINE j i Husiness People Have To Carry On While Can ict Privilege11 From Our Own CorresnondenM an nouncement that our train service on and after December 1 will bo re duced to ft weekly comes rather as a surprise to tlio people of this dis When such a change was sug gested in August It was proposed as a war hut now that the war is over and we are in the reconstruc tion tiie war be the ex From I he viewpoint of an ob server there nepms to be a largo amount of business done by ho two trains a week as we have them and this will Increase as spring api with the incoming It is true that the late crop was no but then be cause Hie crop was u failure the farmer could not pull out and leave The elevator companies are not doing onequarter the business this year as nevertheless they are on tlio job and are paying their Our local business men also are not living in purple j yet they are not leaving I people they still stick to the old j But the can Ret large grants of the peoples largo in creases in passenger and freight an increased scale to provide for exI cess war then when a particu lar branch line is not paying n i 10 per dividend reduce the ser vico and inconveniece the matron of the local Is spending a wellearned rest and vacation in of who has been in Taber for a returned home on Tuesday to spend Christmas with his principal of the Foremost Consolidated is spending the holidays with friends in the Lucky Strike Miss who has been a member of the Union Bank staff has been transferred to the Calgary and left on Wednesday to take up her new duties Terrace returned home on Tuesday from the Macleotl district to spend the holiday season with his Soil was a visitor in Leth bridge during the A jury in brought in a rider asking for an investigation into j the bootlegging that was going on in that Wo wonder if that investigation could extended as far south an The regular monthly meeting of the Ladies Aid will be held on day January in tiie par As this is the first meeting since the beginning of the flu epi a large attendance is looked Miss Edith who formerly resid ed but now of is visit ing with her The annual meeting of the local Red Cross Society met last The re ports of the past years work were The election of officers resulted in the election of president Instead of there being two circles ua there will be but left on Saturday for California where lie will spend the Watson luin been suf fering since October ISO with the flu and its complications and found it ad visable to go south to His many friends wisli him a pleasant journey and a speedy Watson and the children left also for points in Ontario where they will spend the School Question Christmas over and facing the New Year many problems will present Thefirst and one of the chief ones is the coming annual meeting of the school Sid ney Webb has Peace will in volve almost the remaking of the na tionH educational One of the lessons impressed upon i the mind of Great Britain since war i began la that the education of the child should not be neglected but i rather should receive greater consldj oration and At th annual meeting In the trustees who have been your servants during the past year will give an account of their Perhaps the ad ministration have been satisfac All ratepayers should be at the i meeting to register their j Perhaps it has been highly then all ratepayers should be there o any Then there is ihtj question of school accommodation which Is at present woefully What about the new school IE you have any In the child or any interest in the institution in which they receive their secular and a part of their moral mako It your InialnoHH lo be at the annual reeetlug That He Would Never Walk Again Breaght LORENZO LCOUC 3 Ottawa Fruitatives is certainly a For a I suffered with Rheuma tism being forced lo stay in bed for five J tried nl kinds of medicine but without getting bettor and thought I would never be able to walk One day while lying in I read Rboui Fruitativcs tbe great fruit medicine and it seemed just what I so I decided to try The first box helped and I took the tablets regularly until every trace oitho Kheumatiiuii loft have every in Fruita ires1 and strongly recommend them to every sufferer from LORENZO a 6 for trial size At all dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruitalives lo was elected president of tHfl An exchange of views Is taking placo between representatives ot nnntrnl countries for the purpose of reachlnp notion concerning thfl method 01 representation of before peace of he allocation of 43d to the depreciation In answer lo u question of the Calgnry general sup erintondou of Calgnry Natural Gas said that this amount wns necessary because of the urgency of developing new The appeal of the Hudsons company against the decision of rendered on July 17 which directed the Hudsons Hay company lo pay a surtax of 0 lior ncre on all of Its uncultivated lands in was dismissed in the court of Immediately he result of the British rlecl ion is known Lloyd Georgn will reorganize his Lord Hoaver brook is understood to have been offer ed u portfolio and may If he enters the government it will very probably as Secretary of State for1 i oloiiial Bishop and of Calgnry celebrate their golden wedding tomor It Is related that It was not possible to purchase a wedding ring in but there wns a handy tlnsmilh there who rondo one out a live dollar gold the ring which was used for Hie occasion nnrt which Plnkhum lias worn ever RICKED UP IN SSING FOR THE BUSY MAN f accountant of the Bank of has been trans ferred as manager to the Bank of Com merce at James Dempsey and her live lost their livea in a fire which destroyed their home in Prestiss Vnlj 15 miles from The for the recall ot Marshall in Medicine Hat was the council claiming it premature as Marshall had been sworn In as a member of the district freight of the Canadian Northern Railway at has been appointed assist ant general freight agent of the com pany in succeeding promoted to bo general freight That plans are proceeding for the operation by the Dominion Govern ment of a fleiH of steamships from the East to the West by way of the Panama is the news brought back from Ottawa to Victoria by prominent minister of New died in a hospital at on Christmas He was a native of and was 66 years He was a very prominent Mcthodlut minister and was principal of Mount Allison Ladies of I International Harvester Company j since its organization in retired from that office and becomes chairman of the board of McCor his treasurer from 100B While the police wore raiding a gambling game over a store at ILS York Nicola Tupolleko si Russian standing six foot six became BO frightened while in a room downstairs that lie ran and jumped through a plain glass window out to York Plainclotliesmen McMa hon and who were con ducting the said that Tiipnttrko was not In the party being sought by tho When he leaped through the window ho was cut on hands and but alighted on his feet on the For doing this he was ar charged with being Many Miners who are subject to tender weak lungs or more serious pulmonary should receive wonderful help and strength from the daily use of SCOTTS EMULSION Its nourishing and tonic virtues are a bulwark of strength to the miner threatened witli Scottt helps keep the blood pure and the body strong to resist Every miner should take Scottt Emotrion every Scott 1818 Way to Soothing Wizard OH Hamlins Wizard Oil is a safe and effective treatment for headache and Rubbed in where the pain it acts as a tonic to the tortured nerves and almost invariably brings quick Its antiseptic qualities can always he relied upon to prevent in or othei serious from bites and Just as for sore stilt frost cold sores and canker Oct it from druggists for 30 cents If not satisfied return the bottle and get your money Kycr constipated or have sick headache Just try Wizard Liver pleasant little pink 30 THE PSYCHOLOGY THI GERMAN The average German would rather lie a live coward than a dead is the opinion of the German es a revealed by the defeat ot according to professor of psychol New York writing in tbe New York been witnessed i announced by the navy depart ia world Do you moat that in common j with those who represent 1 am j jiacr to at tho business and write j T j I ln down and that I ami A deputation field should be encouraged purtinlarly happy that the ground Is from leaiim nations learoil and foundation laidfor we headed by Viscount will viBit WILL INTERVIEW WILSON in every poisiblo It the ciiy i can help by supplying electric pownr a nUe it j i ltav 01 th V0rld 10 havo all juc to all 5flW opinion seems to be knows it by BSC experience the Prinnr of Monaco lahea u fling at old iaiSfr and tells him what a fool lie was to think ho could become military dictator the need to tell him now the same tin PreMfieni at tho American embassy on The delegates include Viscount Smtltfi and iilbnrl of Ox ford tbrfaiH silenced to huvi jurt uifiri come together I HcariiifjK on tlie ajiplicutiou of for a The peoples of j traffic acting on ihn world want JKRCH and tliey want behalf of the rompanleH of it not merely by conquest of arm for an increase in will but by of hf given by i he railway board in Ot I was this incomparably great tawa and in olijfrt brought U Toronto WITHDRAW RESIGNATIONS ulna SocialiRt deputies who resigned from the mili tary oominiuoif of the chamber of deputies havo withdrawn their iesig Hubert Socialist in exjilaiuing chango in thoir attitude in a letttr lo President Deschanel of the Tho chairman of Hie has stated the commlttoo is KO ing lo urge aeculeral Ion of that tin premier uppcfiii before the commitlee to known tlio plan of doiiiolilliziition uiid that the Freucli in accordance with itH allies and does not plan military Intervualiou iu Quality Tells Ordinary soaps cannot lather as rinse as easily or give the all round satis faction that Ivory Soap does because they do not contain the mild high grade Ivory Soap is of the very highest quality and sells at a moderate price only because millions use IVORY SOAP PURE t at Canada ;