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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR 1,�. letbBiri^ae Detalb . letO^ri^0ff, iit>ert� ^ DAILV^ AND WEEKLY. Proprietors and PuUiihtrs. THE LETH8RID0E HIRAtD PRINT-INO COMPANV, UMITBD �3'�th> Street South, Lethbrldge W. A. Buchaiiiin > Pfrt!l(lent and Managing Directoi" Jolia-Torraijcc - * Bustuejs Managdr Buiiness Editorial TELEPHONES OHlco.......... OMlco.......... 1252 1224 Suliicriptlonv Ratet: delivered, per Veak .....10 delivered, per year .....J5.00 by mall, per year ......$400 WaeWrj by mail, per,year JloO Weekly, by mall, per year to u;s..$|.00 Daily, Dally, Dally. Dates of expiry of subscriptions appear dallv on address label. Accept-unce of papers t.ftev expiration date Is authority to ceutlnua tbo sub scription. our thafi^lf &e ii)liutt w6r6 carfted out along a ��tte, educative basis, with the idea In view of tfbrking towftrd tUe general Bocid of'tho'provrrice and the Domln* Ion, It would iiie�t with approvn] In many quarters. The trouble has always beei^ in the past that the lftb�r men h^yp ^ever been united among. theiiijelves.-They have spilt into many taction?, varying from those who are ready to educate the peopile to thAr Tlftwa aud obtain Ojelr ends by peaceable moftns,.to those who are ready to lake'tlvemost radical steps to bring about "the soclaWownar^hlp of thes] sociar structure," .'ns one delegate stated it. The raauU haa been tiiat the workliig clasieg, as they tornr Oicmsolves. hare i boep ircltned to nuarrol among thohiselves, presenting no baalc platform and no united trbnt K%-idence of this t^ddncy to splifc and to allow'^alousy of one another's poll-tical (jreods \o grow up was seen the THE PROGRESS, OF THE WAR *" . . The Bolshevlki .ire preparing lo resume hostilities with the' Germaus, and ^vill declaro what they term a revolutlonwy war against them, raising a small new army to take the field. The peace negotiations have not been resumed to any great ox tent, and/it. Is (julte llkaly thu: .the Cermans will refns? the suggestlun to transfer''to neutral ground in which tiaso: the ""Bolsfceviki are, expected, \o fske'Tip arms again. i{ Too war/fronts are oomparatirely quiet, there being ^la reports of great �ctiv{t^. ----( WEST RULES AND WILL PREVENT IT ' , There is not much likelihood ot the Vnion.government acceding to the request .of the railroads tor the use ot yellow labor. It la easy to make the request but It Is another matter to ba Tioi wars b>^ one part otRuAsia against another, but attompta to apread claaa warfars In tiios^ part� wlier* tbe pro; letarlat naa BOt jrct 6l>t*ine4 tta* Uj^per hand, Tkua, the. Bplahdvikl .are not j^rfng agalMt- the .Ukraine but agalhit the BoUrgeola^ Uknine Rada;. not with the Coaaack Country, bivt .with the military goverambnt ot sthe Cos-.sack.  . . ^, . ,, The Dally News corrospoudeut saya that tho auti-Bolshevtkl newspapers dally record Bolshevlki defeats, but declares It Is curious that after each defeat the Bolshevlki , advanced in-stead of retired.^ The map, he..8ay8, shows tliat each reported defeat takA th(� BolshevlVJ further into tho euomy country. , He mentions some ot these advances and adds that "the Black Sea fleet Is now coinmanded by tho Bolshevlki. __ _ _ The Petrograd correspondent o^the Mher'daywhfln a delegate at the con-^ Times says that enormous suros have "A FEW COKfrARlSONS FROM MOOSE JAW - i A Obm^arlEon made by .the Moose' sJa^wNews of a few of the great, but .plain, names ih British histpiT-, with thos^ of some in Canada, _wlip have b'esii^ knighted during recent- years, toakp^s Uie latter look rldlctilouB. Re-ilect'^n the following: (-Job.n Hampden, ; Oliver Cromwell, � ,- ^ . ' TJfie Younger Pitt, ��lip!iai�Cobden, :/ .j.'i/ohn Bright, ; ;lwiiflam  :^art Gladstone, r ^;5l^^f^u^. James Balfour, - trirbert'Heqry Aaquith, ' ! Uc^d George, .Vi' vThen.reflect on these: -''V n,3}f Donald Mann,  ,\;^> Rodmond Rohlln, ; : : Joseph Jlavelle, Bart^i .-iflfd Athelstone.'' Of course there are ' ajfeiy. good lpi[ij(hCs in Canada, though they, would throplilst knighted tho^other day Is one, and Sir Frederick Haultaln, of t)io News' own province,is another,' On uiff'whole however our knights �re a ui^diocre lot, and moat of them Hi^Ye been createdby reason of pull and ;yreaUir. Recognltioiuof men ot tho ^�ge and Haultain stamp might be Oscused but this business ot toadying tb jVfialthaad'^soclal upstarts is nau-Ijeatlng.l \^ � vention backed Alex Uoas. M.TvA. in a corner by asking him whether, when he went to Btlraonton. he Tfras going to be content with the "sops" tho government might Utrow his way tor the labor men. or whether ha would stand out against the legislators ot the old Hue parties ill everything, putting forward always those opinions' dictated by the labo;;^ parties. This tendency to be jealous of members ot their or-ganlKatiohs who have attained positions Jin legislatures and governments is most markenl in Canada and Is one of the causes of the. weakness which develops In all labor parties. Until the working class overcomes this tendency', ther'fc cannot be that advancement in the political field which the numerical strength of the workers should make possible. �JIuch of the legislation asked tor ; by the convention by way of prepar-' ing for the demobllzation of tbe afmy now fighting tor Canada overseas is worthy Uie serious consideration ot the gdvehimenL Vocational training wilt have to be carried out in on increasing measure to meet the situation. The formation of a commission to in-vrttlgate industriaV trade relations so OS to prepare for a campaign ot development which will assimilate- our returned soldiers and give them eni-' ploymetit after the war is also worthy. Measures looking to compulsory industrial and old age insurance as asked-tor ahould be gjyen every consideration also. Shorter working hotirB ton working men, .with an eight hotxr' day as the basis tor all workers is generally accepted now as a necessity If the efficiency of tlie people'Of a nation is lo be maintained. The Herald Is not prepared to say how far this principle sbottId..be pushed at present, > with a war on which demands speeding up In every field of endeavor, by^t wa quite realize*that after the war,there will, be a general demand In the direction ot .a�etandardlzBtion of working hours in..ordBr that employment may be fouijd torithe thousands.who wiU iJe ;.ft'af tlie prpvin.ce. The'Herald noted djlriB(4he convention that ther deieigates'etjertained a\ery clear con-cept^n of the^need of education to acquaint.^^e ,_public-generaUy Vot tUe aima "aii.ajSiAlijiii of the labor; move-raentJiore can'lite done in [this direction a thousand times than can be accomplished ^ijy ill-considered action such J� is 8o'metimes\' taken by labor unions to force their demands. There are times when the strike Is the o.n^y avenue 'for obtaining redress for grievances, puch occasions are very infrequent. Education will accomplish more a. thoti'sand times in the long KAISEMSAS been; taken from the; state hank by Gorged cheques . since tfee bank..has been in possession of the' J^lshevlkl. Three million roubles were withdrawn th;;ough one spuriotia chequei Federation of Ruai. Republics Petrograd, Jan.-ll.>-:>Tne-aocial-^o-volutionlsts are planning to hold a convention ot peasants' deputies and other organizations inoonnectiqn ^ith the all-Russlan workmen's an^ �ol-diena' congresa, on January 21. An effort will be made to form a federation of Russian re'bu^lics; including tho Ukraine, Siberia] the Don territory oud the CftUoasus. ' � - - '-t- � Foreea Agt^lnat BolihevikI Uindon, Jan. ll>r-^A majority of the Coasjicks and a portion- of the -Don districts are grouping - themselves around the Don military goTernnient under Gekievai Kaledtnes, according to a special despatch from Petrograd, purporting' to. give an authorized account ot conditions in south'Russia. Gen. Kaledines 'prlncipafalm .is not to tight the Bolshevlki, but to consolidate democratic republican power ot^ the'j Don district. Gen. Ala^isff Mbnarchlat Gen. Alexieft, tom)er Russian commander in chief, around whom has gathered a corpa ot some 35,000 :of(lc-ers, has coH8idere4 It necessary to organize a straggle' against the Bol-shevikl'on an all-Ruaslan plan-and to create In Russia a moderate liberal regime. Mocarchial, prlnciplft -' � are said to be verj- strong among Alexieff's group. Gen. Kaledines and his party opposed to General Alexieft in his deeird to utilize the Etpa government against the Bolshevlki, are 'willing to" include in the Don government representative of all the democratic organisations'in order to bring an end to civil iwar. Amsterdam, - Jan. lO.-Rofefrlng to himself as having been througBotit his \reigi] the;chosnplpn of tlie.priB-c that you will be heat serving your'fathcir-latid If'tB^coumon with tln~demnni empire and Austro-Hungarlaa 'monarchy, jrdu pursue this'' aima' which guarantee'-tSe" weal of humanity aitd peaceful cooperatloo of pe6plea. Alt against- th� calumnies of >the enemy. 1 feel grateful that my ^remitting efforts In my reign of nearly^-SO years to-be the champion and protector ot these principles will meet with deep sympathy on your part a "May It be tinted to yon gentlemen, ipt sneeeoful labor to give the Polish sfcte-^fonndatlons which will guarantee Its'further peaceable de velopment as an element ot ord^r, progress' and ciTlllzaUdn. "Tou may hereby be assured of the full support ot myselt and my goremment." SOCBPIB CE EllGOVT. UP f0R msmum Mm Or. William D. Yqung, a 4rell knbwn modtoat praotlttoaer in ToriSnlo', Is .dead. -i - ' .'. -.^ Tho W^ttpi^tax .rate tor this year, It Is jttpaaHei, win fe^oh ao mills, In-eluding th* war taies. j'. ; ' Mrs. FVeemanfcdusIns. of 'Mtd^oM>n! Ont., diedlA'K^parnlyUA^itroh^ywhlih 1 seized her Jtist ctter'ittllklrii,, i^^'rJ} Edmonfon City Council :�de tir'antto'td Street railway; Wrtiln'ss  toUIedv B08, an Increase *I'|1B,QOO.,. .v.. President Woodrow 'Wilson Hs/sup-IpoVting thVi.federarantendmo'ntf tor wo-itaan?�uf(rage in the ipnitod gtatesl > I'Voncouyer,. ,Presbyie|[y; � �: nominated erV iprrAl ,S, -Qran^^.tdf - modai�torlof e' FCeUbVterlan g^et^l/aiHemMy.":;^ �j�o^or.vij^w^^^^ W '.yjujjr jdgp; l-so badly tli^t ho. sooa-suocttmbedr Jjwas fO year* otvage and .luates 'widow'at Smlth^r*. - , . J. R.,WllB9n,,M.P.,�* SMkatoon accepted th6 managership ,ot the Fa tmia inlU of tho Jnternatjpnal FIoi Mills Co. at'Saskatoon.' thf*/ente pfise,"^which wasmmerly kflown -the Northland MllUnrf Co.;-iw4s Uk over by the Intemntlon*! 'Very ,r^ aentlyi I . �/ . v, '�, ^^"''"^^'r^ and etr2.4�6UMjK>dp,o-^^^^ Alexander .George, BHfsS^ne of th pmostx^promlnent members of tb Of^nge jordcr; in' tl} However the ' delegates as I were very fair In their demands,'! t�lolv';.w|li, we'are sure, find favor ^lo cpnslderatiou from tUo legislators' ' the'province and tho Dominion, 'if Pfrhaps' tbe most important action . '.j^kkfn,'*from: the siandpulnt of general -^hterest, .was tlie decision to set tbo 'w^e^ls mi>T*��. tot qtef formation'of ^^I4^(�p of, wjftrklns class party in tho iR^, in the Dominion, The j^fTfi}^ Chlia-no*quarrel with this ac- Avstralia can't- get alon^ without 'jHighesj pvidisntly.' One .day Ue-quits ian4|;li9i�\eit day file is ow-the job. v General Stewart. It sounds alt ^glit.J7�".rt^a Aa will be" a good general, too, torvhe'kqowBjhla'"business. 5,' Johj^fon will rfaUp The destroyer opened tire ~ at six miles with the wonderful- American naval guns. �> The U-boat, however, was lying with dec^cs almost-a.wash and therefore was a~ most difficult target and as the American drew In towards hero at full spaed she'submerged suddenly. Thb smoking muzzles of her w.et guns disappeared beneath' the �water only an Instant after their''last-shot had been fired./ The Americans wdre unable to destroy the U-boat but the'.destroyer escorted two of the merchantmen safely to port after having rescued the crew of the third, which already was sinking.-, - � � Small Chance for Merchantman Jf not convoyed, merchantmen have small chance against these super-submarines. Little fishing vessels, which the Germans do not disdain to attack at every opportunity,, are still helpless. Yesterday- moTning the, unarmed British fishing: trawler; Premier was at its peaceful "woric, with nets, in the ^orth'Sea' during �Bi'liilnding snowstorm when�,a "SUper-submarlne stiddenjjr appeared on the-^ujt^ce a thousancL yards bit a'na'fient two six-inch shells' without 'warning';into' the hull of the ninety ton boat. : .Tho trawler turned turtje frpmr the violence of the explosion v and the crew of 12 jumpqd intoithe water-aiid then climbed up on' the overturned hulk. The submarine'^crew came iip in leisurely fashion within n-.stone's throw, of. the wreck, as It, to take the men off, but seeihlngly, thought better of the, momentary huniacltarlan impulse and '^submerged , suddenly without a word from anybody on board. The crew, of Ihe trawler was rescued spme hours later. One m^u died and tlie>thers flufferQd from ex posure. ' , ': : , . ! ^ V; ^��^9o^ will njaKe a good chalrm^ of ;|ho School Board./-U Is > Sj�e^^ldj-p;.aceA^ havo,-� flBah'cIer lin. these days" when money problems Sau?e trqi�b!e,,to most of our public bodles.-iibe foundation of Russian freedomriand''Russian power ot resistance to the German enemy." -. 'Mv Gavronsky issued.the following statement at the:Ru8slan embassy;' '!|The allies inade a big. blunder In reigard to revolutionary Russia. ^They did not .define their, war alms clearly during the. time ot/M. Kerensky's government, and thus ;they placed a pow^ orful weapon in the,hands ot tHk Bolshevlki Ip their fight against the allies as well as the.i:Keren8ky government, whicli always supported the-war policy of the allies. -Were- it not tor this blunder'we would not be wltnesa-Itig the unfortunate!'Spectacle ot Russia being drawn into an abyss by Bolshevlki rule and an alleged' blunder must be prevented at all.^osts.' The allies ought to. base .their policy in Russia on their friends'not-on tUeir enemies, the BolsheTiki," lilontreal, Jan. ICr-Dlscusslng the Alsace-Lorraine and Trentlno questions and the argument that "they should be given to'Prance and Italy respeotrvely because' of the number of their nations resident there, Henri Bourassa asks: ' | "What would Messrs, Lloyd George, Wils'on, and Clemencfeau do should Sir Lo)ner Gouin demand \ that ^certain parts of New Englaind.. be annexed to Canada under the' pretext "that the French-Canadians approved of the legitimate dealr& to unl^e.wlthpopulations of our own race and^ language?" Tbe same reason,can bift applied to Rumania and Serbia who claim territory whi?h is not theirs by blitorlc rig^t. Of course, nationalities have the right to .autonomy but they have not the right to prolong tor anothei' day the agony of the world in order to vindicate it. '" ' LKjUd^n, - Jan. 4o-Arthur (-Henderson, forraai- labor raprospntati/e' in the BrltlBh , cabinet, -interviewed today liy the Associated Prew regarding. President Wllfloh'#;8p^e.ob to con-gvess, said: , . .^^j.^,J�; � ' 'Coming; as (t ^bfis/so', sflptj jitter Premier Lloyd Oeprgs's ispe^'ojj and the Labor party's vwar aim* memorandum, President Wilsonis m^ssag^ must expedite peace pegQtlatlo'hs >unless Germany has har^n^d her heart and has decided to oppose all/moyemants which make for the interests of' de-. mocracy. v "Freedom ae,,thAusfilan! gaveriK mont as he might hftyp been, pi-esl-dont Wilson's outstret8h^d,,h�nd leaves no room forJdonbttRRqRslan'.mJnds. FORMERRAYMONDMAN IPS D.O, David, former fchool t�aci|�r at Stavely and Champion, and a forr mer resident ot Raymond, left this week'to.enter training with the royal flying corps at Toronio.- -Mr, ;DaTld Is well known la. Southern Alb^rtk. having been educated .at Raymond, and having bean'active In athletic events,in the south for several years. During the last few mouths ha. has been ehgaged in new*PeP' ^o'k on the Western Standard of Calgary and In connection with lieverBt /weekly nevrspape'rs publishfjli In the. south. VANCOUVEig|4/^%�NOW , Vancouver, Janl^Mip'VBacouver In whitd ^itii snow timByBttemoon (ot the first time in Uie^Mrwent winter. With the temperaturrf^ell Vlbovjs treei^tng, /snow began (Biting early byT. M.MoUoy, commissioner of tho bureau ot laboi;. A proposal tor the Dominion government to take over the port ot St. John, make It a bomlnlon property, and place It under a commission similar to the harbor commission at Montreal, has been considered by some of tho members ot the Domlnlom government. -  � >  A. S. Boyd, a G.T.P.'work train conductor, w'as killed i^t'Hazelton, B.C., while'clearjpg away;mad from around the hinges of ^r doors. He was caught between the doors and crushed this: old .ouiltoiiii: was.lnwle.-lm'own the iHotel Majestic,-fleiC'York, wher notices � hayc ' been - nut/Jn^ib? roon iWhere' miirrlages, ti)]te.t!lBrie7s reading " Donif-throw >lee'^T4 iBveji food anj help win tlie"wllr.'ii.iThls notice woj posted after six niufUti�'itt-Uyfi con secutlve. days , at the hptol, at whld large quantities,ofv,flcf were throwi at tho newly weds. All cases of venereal diseases 'Minnesota mui^t bsi reported to th| state health hpard. and, incorrtklbl^ cases quaran.tlncd under' new regula tlons adopted J>y the board, which j� have trie effect of law when sighed the attorney general. The 'boar creates a new dM^lon \(br viinerea diseases diid .phystelans\.who tall' t report persons suffering from sue diseases will hp jia^la :tq�proecutloi Patients will be required .^l�i>>:OonUnul under treatment untU'WoMonBer. llabW to transmit infection, - i It l^rofficially stilted- that the ot ganlzatlon which will have Ih'hand Wn collection of tbe J[f)0eral. Incbme tai Imposed by pi^liainent last session will soon be completed.'Tho act pro vides for th'e payment during 1018 o 4* per cent, upon all incomes earnei during 1917 eipe�rdl|it-flSOO in thi case) of unmarried peritons and wldowi and widowers wlthotit: dependent chill (}rcn and exceedtng..)3,O0Q. by. married persons. On incoii|es JB|coed|ng |G0OI{ a graduated tax is wovided: fiefon' the end of February^, every porsoi liable to taxation under the act inifs provide a, return sliowing his incom for the previous yehr on^a form to bij provided by, the. depfirtment of fin ance. The act turthor provides for tht appointments' ot boards ot refereei to act us courts ..of revision to hoai' and determine appeals nmdo-by tax: payers.  / : --' '_t K.C'V.Geo. B. McCraney; K.Cand J. H. Parker, master-ln-chambers. Addressing a joint meeting of the Live Stock Breeders' association at Brandon. Hon. G. W. Brown, ex-lleu-tenant-governor ot SaSkati;heWan, said the time has come when shells are not worth as much aa hogs;^ ni your sti'^ngtK is greater thfin your system is supplying and you need the powerful, nourishing force i digestion and sets up stfength in place of am/Kar�^#r, thejienellt of the soldjery* families. Thle v�tll be faffferofr.  , TICKETS $1.00 'I, , {These may bepreeured from,.