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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LRTHBRinGE 4H1LY HERALD MONDAY, DECEMBER etbbdbge tfoevalb alberta DAii-Y AND W5EKUY PrCprletore and Publlchtrs ''THE LCTHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED 123 Street South, LtlhbriJst W. A. President and Mana'ilng Director' John Torranco Business Manager TELEPHONES Office Editorial Office 1SSJ 1224 Subscription Rates: Caliy. delivered per waek .15 Dally, dsllvered! pEr year Dally, by mail, per 1'ear ......KM Weekly, by mail, per year......51.50 by mail, per year to U.S..J2 00 Dates of eiplTV ot subscripting ap- pear dally, on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration duo Is our authority to continue the r' scriDtlou. fTHE RESULT OF THE BRITISH ELECTIONS A .lot of opposition noise did not mean ihe Coalition Government in Great Britain was going down to de- that pacifism has' very few friends amongst tha people, and Bolshevism has seaming- "ly none whatever. It Ihe new goTei-n- meni Is strong enough to carry out Us reform-policy, as well as nan- ians are the champion quitters of all and.it eiclteJ no special emo- on in them thtt get It. readjustment eatisfictorily, Britain [too high to ie heM In tlie estiraa- Lf has need not fear a revolution. The saner Uon ol tha Canadian soldiers to i rnlndt dominate minds are It !e neccwary lo goTemmenta at this lod jot the history. neutral legations in Vienna oecauso of fear of rough treatment at tho hands of llio populace. The Argentine ant! Chilean legations have offered hospitality to a riozc-n former arch- duXes nnd archduchesses. REMOVE PROHIBITION Development of coal mines in the field should be encouraged PSYCHOLOGY FHE GERMAN e average Gennan In the worM before. you therefore, gentlemen, that In common j with those who re-prosent yon. I am to ?ot at Uie business and wrUe tho sentences down and that T particularly happy (hat the ground fs Doc. Removal of the war time prohibition on the reg- istration of abbreviated cahle cs was announced by the navy depart- journey ant! speedy recovery. Mrs. Watson and the children left also Cor points In Ontario where they will spend the winter. School Question Christmas over and facing lhe New Year many problems will present themselves. Tha'flrst and ana of the ohfui ones :s tbe coming annual meeting of tue school ratepayers. Sid- ney Wehb baa said, "Peace will In- volve almost the remaking of tbe na- tion's educational machinery." One j of the great lessons impressed upon the mind of Great Britain since war began la that the education of [he child should not be negler.tcd but rather should receive greater consid- eration and stimulus. At the annual meeting: In January the trustees who hare been your Eervants dnring the past year will give an acconni of their stewardship. Perhaps the ad- ministration have not been satisfac- tory. All ratepayers ahoutrt. he at the meeting to register their complaints. Perhaps It hns heen highly sattsfac- lory, then all ratepayers should foe there to say so. Tben thorn is thv question of school accommodation which is at present woefully lacking- What about the new school? It sou have any interest In the chlM or any interest in the infltilutton in wiiScli they receive their secular and a part of their moral education, mako Rev. Dr. G. M. Methodist minister of New Brunswick, died in a hospital at Horiiell, N.Y., on Christmas day. He was a native of Wallace, N.S., and was 66 years old. He was a very prominent Methodist minister and TTSS principal of Mount Allison Ladles' College. C. H. McCormick, president of tha International Harvester Company sinoo Its organization In 1002, retired from that office and becomes chairman of the board oT directors. H. F. McCor- mick, his brother, treasurer from 1906 PAINS Give Way to Soothing Wizard Oil Hamlin's Wizard Oil is a safe ami effective treatment for headache and tieuralgia. Rubbed Jn wlicrc the pain la, It acts as a tcnic to the tortured nerves and almost invariably brings quick relief. Its healing, antiseptic qualities can always be relied upon to prevent in- fectipn.or otlict serious results, from sprains, bruises, cuts, bites and slings. Just as good, too, for sore feet, stiff neck, frost biUi, cold sores and canker sores. Get it from druggisls for 30 cents. If not fatisiied return the bottle and get your money back. Ever constipated or have sick headache? Just try Wizard Uver Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30 cents." Guaranteed. it business to be at tbe anoua! r WILL INTERVIEW WILSON tkytitati from Iho JeaRue of nalions onion, in every possible wAy. IT the city fleardl flM foundation wejhoaflcd by Viscount Orcy, will viait j nations. 'fcan help by supplying Metric poWr thc 5amc thc" a reasonable rate it will be gaol is thM imperative -fcft a live coward than a dead hero. business. yearning of the world to have all dis is the opinion of the Gennan turblng to have all jford people C5 a whole, revealed hy the i if r.t agaicEt silenced to clinging defeat ot 1918, according to WITHDRAW RESIGNATIONS PATHS, nine Socialist deputies who resigned trom the mili- tary committee of the chamber ol deputies have withdrawn tbcir resig- J Bra ea E. Lough, professor of psychol- ogy, New York University, writing Ju the New York Times. 1 yrofeEBOr'a opinion seems to be 1 Xnowi H by sa-J expericr.ee, VISH j nations. Hubert Kouger, a Socialist' President at (he American deputy, in explaining tlie change in' embassy on Saturday. The delegates their atlituile In a letter (o President Include Hryce, Gen. Smuta Desrhancl of thft chamber, said: and Gilbert Murray, of Oi- "The chairman of Ihe ccmniitieo Uurblng inK-stiiTi? (jjlotrd. to have all jford staled that tho committee is go- v 4. _, .f silenced to have 1 'ing to ufKfl accclrrp-Mon of dpntoblli- i. is Prttcc of Monaco Qvory-shr-rV come tagethor Hearing" on the application of the jzation, lhat the premier will nppear ihcs a fling at old Kaisei Bill, and tor A The peoples of traffic association, acting before the to tnako tells what a fool be was to thir.K [the want peace and they want i behalf of fhfr fompantea of ho could become military dictator o' it now. not merely by conquest of arm-! Canada, for an increase in rates, will ies, by agreement ot mind. I be given railway board fn Ot- "It wris incomparably great tawa Jan. 7. Jan. 16, and In object bfouEht me overecas. It Toronto Jan, 23 the world. No need to Ml him the plan of tlemobliization criri that the French government, in accordance with Its allies and associates, dees not plan military Interveation in Quality Tells Ordinary soaps cannot lather as well, rinse as easily or give the all round satis- faction that Ivory Soap does because they do not contain the pure, mild high grade materials. Ivory Soap is of the very highest quality sells at a moderate price only because millions use it. IVORY SOAP PURE c riixltt Iliaaiai. founds ;