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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEFOCrt THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEIULD -TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 10iS DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publltrtsrt cy must be imposed In Lelhbrldge.has learned what pressure in tu enforcement has been able to accomplish In1 the NISI year. Lets- bridge must continue Ihe presure- and other Alberts cities mutt to E do likewise. THE PASSING OF an THE P THE LETKBRIDGE HERALD PRINT- j THEODORS ROOSEVELT ING COMPANY. LIMITEO Theodore Rooievelr, it II 323 Cth Strut South. U. filing to BustaMS Manajer j tht Qrim Reap_er. He was a wonder fal ruau, powerful, aggressive, tear- less. Dead though he li. his name not likely to be forgotten as the years roll by. Theodore Roosevelt, born ot an arls i tocratic family, was a thorough op- ponent ot privilege and a friend 0 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Jan. J. Commenting on the tltcgeJ slowness ol las allies to help the Poles to stem the tide ot the IStmbtr Audit BuMau of Circulations., the aspirations ol the common people, Suticriptlon Rites: greatest trioute pall to the man- delivered, per weei Dally, delivered, per year Daily, by mall, per year JT.50 ay, y WeeWy, by mail, per year Weekly, by mall per year to P.3.." Dates ot eipiry ol subscriptions ap- liar dally on cddreu label. Accept- ance o! papers alter eiplratioo da .a ti our aalhorlty to continue the sub- scription. BoitSoviki. Jsi who tcisested as first vttsl- deal ih: Fo'iai. de- nouccsi the Bolshev'.ki movement early lodiy. As he s'pjts o! the hotel were still cbearbt, sl-jins ni'.Ionil then cilllos tw blm, although It T.-JS 3 o'clock Ic the n-.oralnB suJ Mo dame was plalutlve'y In- I jiic Bolshevist idea is to kill all in4j urers of the toothbrush." he. said. "If ?nr to help mankind Eolshe- DOEfi NOT SEEM LIKE SQUARE DEAL K-now-tnrns out that, despite the almost universal .tp- we trary, soldiers who enlisted and then i s. homestead are not' to he: allowed to count their time in the, irmy.ra part, of the time .necessary to prove up on the land. Only these who filed on land before enlisting have their enlistment period credited is part e! the time necessary to spend on the land lo secure patent. This is'the ruling o! the Dominion Government. It seems, and it is just now being made public. In the opin-J ion oi-tlle Herald it can hardly be called a proper course. To say tbat 3 man who filed on a homestead today a'nd enlisted tomorrow his more.right to have his overseas service applied as homestead service than a man who enlisted today tiled on his land tomorrow is an argument thai cannot he'entertained. .And ail'the more so tapause'it was the general understand- ing If rooghout among the ot the army as well as among crfiilanf that service in the army counted no matter when the home- was filed upon. It Is our opinion that the govern ment should reconsider its ruling There may be. a where tho generally accepted opinion, that I made no.ditterence whether tiling wa done before 'or' alter enlistment, woul soldier, securing tindu i. aldjn securing thejaiid, but we doub It there-were "many Ben who enllsle for overseas service tor the eipres purpose "o! being able to secure hdrjesiesd Easily. The governmen i: ihould' therefore not a mer was the vote he polled as Progressive' slstlns that her hujbiadjlke ctoMS candidate for President In split the old Republican party in two] nj and ran on a ticket o! his own polled a wonderful vote, great personal grip on the minds and hearts ot his fellow-citizens. This oc- casion. Ihe split '-n the Republican party, was due entirely to Roosevelt's abhorrence ot machine rule. He want- ed the honest voice ot the people ei- pressed and when the machine ruled PA iICKED UP IN MASSING FOR THE HUSY MAN vism must he downed. Otherwise H ras a war of hypocrisy. "The Inevitable result of Bolshe- vism will be a return to birbarlc Rus- sia. It Poland If not-helped to create a barrier against it. then liberty and justice do not exist Unhappily, (he allies are disjusted-ivith the Idea ot i convention acted despots, lie Da i technicaitty to stand In the do'jh'r hy the men. ay ofl away and started a movement of his own. It was typical o! Roosevelt. He had positive .views and nobody could change them. He was a progressive, a radical, and millions followel him because tiiey believed in him, and the Republican pariy began to come around to his viewpoints in later years. Had Roosevelt been President the; United States woald have been in the war much sooner. He1 might have! gone In with public opinion not al! be-i hind him, so strong were his views on the issues. __He was pronouncedly j pro-ally from the start and with pen and voice be served to stir up public opinion. He was a lighting him- self and was very much 'agjrleTed whe" was not permitted to serve a the war. Only recently he came ut Hat-footed lor Britain's naval su- remacy. Britain, he declared, had never used Its power against any na- Ion i? 'irnes ol peace, and It should is lett imtrammeled. Hoosevelt fought Woodrow Wilson at nearly every sup. Progressive though Wilson IE, his methods did noi please, the ex-Freildent. We have only now alluded to the. tact }ba Roosevelt ei-Presldent. He served i full anS a partial term at th White House; prior lo-that he }ia been Governor of New'York.-He not get !ho preferment' because th Republican bosses liked him, int ra ther because the people forced him o the boises. It was his strong persoc allty tbat >roujht him to the Iron ____ ofeiicB. In broiej preservation lho_ugb lt ,n their interest for civilization. It would be possible DOW for the allies to loan ,tis a hundred staff ottlcers for training purposes and sell us vnili- carv. supplies, clothing arid-shoes. Ju help outfit oar army. For Instance, there Is a munition factory with OOG rounds ot ammunition at Dinlig which could be turned over to us. There is no doubt that we'must have Dr. E. M. Okibsm died from the 'llu ti Out. Aid. John Bell will be a candidate for mayor ot NeUon. Alex. Ross died at Vulcan, aged 35. He came from Ont. Clark claims there are 1000 unemployed men In Edmonton. has s deficit ot on a year's operation of its street railway. The Jlennouites oi Ontario raised as a thank ottering to Rev. Thos. J. Hamilton, rector o! j the Anglican churches o! Rldgeunvn I is! Hlghgate, wr.s a 'flu victim. Cheaper means ol obtsiuine divorc- es In Canada is ot Calgary War Veterans. Hon. Loaia Desvarnes. member ot the Quebec Legislative council, Is dead. Col. J. A. Cross, D.S.O., K.C., M.L.A., of Regina, waa._elected president of tha Saskatchewan Ear association. President Wilson, according to pre- sent plans, intends to leave Eurjpe about Feb. 12, for the United SUies. Dr. D. Mahoney, assistant superin- tendent of Vancouver General hospl- IT IS YOUR PATRIOTIC PRIVILEGE to save andconserve.Whenyoueat wheat be sure it is the whole wheat Dorit waste any of it. It is all food ShreddedWheat i is the whole or dirown away. If is a nourishing wholesome substitute for mealeggs and other fcods.No sugar is recjuired-sitnply milk and a dash of salt inlerventioQ to cope vism." with Uolshe- dead In a hole, In the ice on a lake where he had been chopping a drlnk- ________ _______ _.Jt... log place for his Death, was tal. formerly of Calgary died of in-j due to heart disease. Deceased was fluenia. years old. and came from England and was a recognized .authority on and kept htm iVre. Ill trampled o the fact during Roosevelt's I.F.JL ELECI OFFICERS (From Our Own Corresrxindeni) BARON'S, Jsn. Barons con- olldated school opened on ThurstfSy, tlth JIlss Coleman as acting principal. !r. Grace, a formsr principal of the chool who Is at present In England with the overseas forces, has teen ap- pointed to his old position and is ei lected to arrive within a monUi. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce .McClelland have returned from z visit to Mr. Me- Clelland's parents at Qalelburg, 111. The beautiful weather we are ,eriencing this winter is making residents who jlayed-at home fee quite pleased with Ihemeekes, espec lally as ttoee who went to California and other coast points are all'elthe dowi; with the '3u or quarantined with others who haveTii.' In Calitornl a atrlct' li n one" being allowed out :ot -a: hous where the disease Is until seven day after the full recovery ol last pa' ient to get well. Word has-.been n celved that Mr. W. J. Sherwood in several others from this district ar suffering' from the 'flu in Calttornl Sixty industrial plants in Lima, Peru, have been compelled to cease work because of a strike ot weavers land their sympathizers. It cost Morris Lipshitz, run- ng a liquor still, ?SOO all told togeth- EOHONTON'S TAX ARREAR PROBLEM The city of Edmonton has COO arrears oi taxes at the present time. In 1918 there were taxea unpaid. For a city of. iO.OOO pea- plo this means that there are ?150 i in outstanding taies for every man, w6mau-and child, a very heavy burden to'carry'in addition to the current taxes trf be levlsd-thlt The result Is that a civic ionim bai been organized for the purpose ol 1 studying this awi similar problems and advising the mayor and connci! li to the best plan lo pursue to put the city on'a. solid financial tooting once again. One of the- flril recom mendattoDB of the tonim li that, -1 them are no debentures ot Importance i i maturing before 1988, the city should chlatn from the provincial legislature the'right to saipend sinklr% fund pay- mentft each year lime, thus reKevIng the'city ot an annual burden i ot about for ten-years during irhlch- time It Is hoped loerease i If Copulation will remit In- spreading i'tA burden over a larger number I! o) people so that at the end ot the per- iod tHe'payment of slnkins fund In- llalmertl? may be resumed again. 1 Some months ago all four cities oi were considering I juci'jiiian, but at the time it received I little'? fnconragement from the gov i irnmeit at Edmonton, the feeling be- a course might result [acting'-the' credit ol day ot power, "the boss" went out oi business. Roosevelt became "boss" htm self. He was a great chmcter. His death will cause .sorrow in more homes of he lowiy than In the palaces'of the rich tor "Teddy" with the "big stick" was claimed by the. common people as their friend In the struggles against the big interests. 'He was probably fte'flrit President to open attack upon Ihe big corporations and trusts. The Curtailing ol their powers is largely due to his propa-rands.. President Wilson's average gol: score 54 for 9 holes. Tha' relieves a lot of us ot concern abou our score, company. and a similar report comes from vl rs to Vancouver. Mr Jim Nelson, who sold Wa farm C. S. Noble two years a here a visit from Oregon. At the annual Bar- i local ol the'U. F. held last eek, Mr. H. E. Irwln was re-elecled and Mr. Harvey Renkenber- er, secretary. A board ot- directors onalillng of Messrs. August Johnson, us. Erdman, Theo. McCord, B. R. are In The Moose- Jaw- if Bolshevism is here? Not at give conslltutlonal methods full swing Those-who predicted that woma judrage ralght break np the lorn can uphold their 'position with an i stance from Ottawa. -A woman is candidate for Separate school truste and her husband Is working for he opponent. During election week th fellow isnt llieiy-lo be fed very we i and M. B. Anderson was ap- yons, Bradley and Henry Anderson ere nominated as delegates to the rovinclal Convention at Edmonton, otlce was given of a motion to be ubmltted at next meeting of Ihe ocal, 'irging the appointment ot a eiegate to attend Ihe next session of, arllament at Ottawa and in. the. in- erests of the farmers, to watch legii- atlon. Mr A. C. Freeman ot the Big Store a visitor to Jiacleod over Ihe week'end. Mlii Grace McLean, formerly on he utatf ot the Union Bank-here and allerly in Ihe employment oi Mr. 0. J. Molr, returned to her home in the on New Year's r with costs, In provincial police ourt at Winnipeg." T. E. HoberUoD, ot Dryden, Ont., BS become manager of the Royal Bank at Cranbroolv. succeeding H. C. eaffian, who Is traasterred to Vau- ouver, Grace Methodist church, St. Thorn- s, held a memorial service In honor the twenty-four members ot that hurch who have died as a result of he Spanish Influenza. Rev. Father .Danduraud, O.M.I., oE Jt. Boniface, who will be 100 years old on March 19th, is to he the oldest priest In the world. He has been a priest for 78 years'. Rev. W. J. Cadmarr, pastor ot the Disciples' church at Owen Sound tor ten years, died suddenly six days after bis whoso body he was about to take to Ohio for burial. :t.-! Capt. W. tfictle has-been promoted major while employed as aide to Gen- eral Turner. He is the son ot W. F. Kickle, M.P., Kingston, and has been three times. m Oscar S. Ehy, for 21 years editor and proprietor, ol the Hespeler Herald, drops out of the newspaper gamo to enter upon his nevr duties as county registrar at Kitchener. The tlrst balch ot soldiers' wives and children from overseas, travelling under the supervision of Mrs. Charles Robson'B committee, will reach Winni- peg the laltcr part week. The waters ot the river Seine ten- tinue to rise and'calculations based livestock. Mrs. Sadie Patrick, wite of J. A. -M. Patrick, K.C.. who-has been elected to the Yorkton public school heard, attsnded school in that town as a pupil 24 years ago and graduated as a school teacher, and he- supporters consider her well qualified to deal with educational problems in all their hearings. The papal delegate at Warsaw has made representations to Rome regard- in? the situation at Vilna and Its vl- ciuity asking the intervention ot Ihe allies and protection against the Bol- shcviki in Lithuania, whero there are Polish Roman Catholics. Uishop l.ay- inski. ot (ho diocese ot Minsk, who Is staying at Vllna, reports nil the prlestii at their posts there, everyone eipect- ing to be assassinated as soon as the Bolshevlkl they report the Bolshevlki custom. The Board nt Education campaign in London, Ont.. furnished one ot the real surprises ot the election, all three women candidates put up by the Local Council ot Women having proven suc- cessful. W. T. Strong and A. A. Lang, ford, old trustees, headed the lists but Mrs. Fanny Edwards and .orna Gibbons Harris. duughUr ot the ate Sir George C. mnd Kit. David Williams, will of the Bllhof ot the Anglican Diocese of Huron, (ol- owed, each with virtually the vole. Count Von DroCkiJorlf-ninUau, the new German foreign mlnlfltar, In an interview In tha Nord Peutiche. Alle- gcinclne declarM that For- eign Minister Plchon has announced publicly that France wopld toler- ate the union of German Austria wltli Germany. This the count add- ed, would mean that the Gerraan- speaktng would have- BO plicti In the. new vorld, iri the ot which they would like, lo collate- ate. The Greatest Sale And the Most Profitable to it tome ic'oeme for brlngint; the pri to neareiMhe.noraal lev conld be hit on It would fos ot the i seriously atf r wVolo'province. However, in best .way lo bring acllrity In .of Edmonton, II would' appear ijj'jiai.jioinethlnj must he done or Mlow th9 elty of Prince Al- recently came a dlsaslroas cropper. .It will fs Interest- course watch what i taken. Just al Ihe pre- TLethbrUgo ttimt to be do well In the coliecllon lax last year the period ol re-' icemi to have begun, la no doubt that part of Ed- trouble'has been laxity of In the pail, and May- r-qfr Ciil'ke recognizes'this, for In nts f Vttierjient; civic forum he said S inore .arrears, s yrld ihiVirio'reMvere penallies tor ne- quent employmso't ot-a large nurnher ot returned- eoMleri. Certainly the Hueailon Is one W the government to think about for every" a building propoii'.ion Is mintlontd the price ot hulldrnj material ti as one of Slleila, Jan. tn tltort to bring Ihe slrfklng coal mlneia to i ot the iltua- tlon they have hreught Herr Jowlszch, 3. mining councillor, com- milted suicide today and lety a letter iddrensed lo the miners of tipper 31- esla, In which he declared that tha ,narchy they Imposed vtt: worse death. Southern Alberta l as the members ot the organization are con rftnied. It was ever thus. Dominion and Provincial Governments seem to always get Calgary vision except at election litres, the outlying are recognized aa having a space.on Vtie tome voters. upon the Hoods In the streams above Iver would be overflowing Its hanks. 'urther rains are feared. Col. H. A. C. Machin, M.P.P., will shortly resume his residence In Ken- ora, where he will take over tbo prac- llce of J. F. Col. Mach- n has been director ot military ser- vice lor some lime. Rev. Prof. W. M. Giflord will repre- sent Wesleyan Theological College, Montreal, on the Khaki University stalt. Rev. Principal Reiford repre- aeiils the Anglican and lUv. Dr. Welsh th'e Presbyterian College.'- Eugene'Tall, a farmer in the Me Dowell district near Prince Alberl was-insUntly killed, and Selkirk Ban nermah, at whose farm, he was-work Ing, was seriously injured when a clr ular saw, which they were operating urst into fragments, The mainlenance of .order In Aus ria is clocelr connected with the alntdnance ot tho supply ot food nnd oal, tho members of the Inter-allied )od .commission now -visiting Vienna ere told by Herr Bluer, secretary ot e foreign ministry. Cspl. Lang, the aviator who estab- a new airplane altitude record I 30.500 feel, has been placed 'indcr rrest hy Ihe British army authorities. The cap'.aln was si rested, II is said, ise ot his dljcloslng without an- horizatlon ttii> details ot his climb. BRYAN'S TRIBUTE. BAIyTiMORB, Md., Jan. 6. r, Jthnlngs Bryan, who undergoing treatment al the Johns Hopkins hoipUat' tare, j.ald the following tribute to Col. Roosevelt, "The rare that won for Col. Roosevelt rare posi- lion in America naturally 'r raised 'a hott ot antagonist. ff He was a great American and riMce a profound Irripreaatoh on the thought ol genera- tion. Ills picturesque career will form a fascinating in our nation's history." An army airplane made Ihe trip be tween Uayton, Ohio, and Mew York ;lly on November 30 In four hours tnfl ten minutes, without a 'slop. This was al an average jpewl of 132 mllca an hour. This rale of speed maintain- ed for -nouM easily take an air- piano across the Atlantic. Dr. Torngren anil Or. Yrjo Him, a protestor In the University of who have been appointed Flnnlah delegstei to the ptace con- greii, have arrived (n 1-ondon. Thoy will proceed lo Paris at once, and hope to present Ihe case of Finland before the Inlor-allled conference. Vv', K. Herman, a proralnont farmer soutli of Prince AHeri. found Involving a Stock of Fifty Thousand Dollars of the Highest Grade of Merchandise for Men and Young Men s FOR the past year we have made preparations for the greatest Fall and Winter season's in our career, anticipating an outlet that did, npt materialize, owing to the backward season and. the influenza epidemic which closed 'churches, and public places, necessarily retarded business in all lines of wearables. Due to these conditions, we now find our shelves and clothing racks overloaded with finest Canadian and American merchandise that must be turned into cash immediately in order to carry out our policy of never carrying over chandise from one Christmas season to another. Note the lines on sale: Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Fashion Craft Clothes, Florsheim Shoes duett, Peabody "Arrow Shirts" Wolsey Underwear Stanfield's Underwear, Vancouver ting Co's. Sweaters Buy now at this sale and save from 35 to 50 per cent. There are f our months of winter weather ahead. Louis Keel 318 Fifth Street, Lethbridge ;