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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LKTimmnr.E DAILY HERALD Ube letbbvtboe Ifocvalfc ge, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publisher! chance for individual to develop. la atuin his ambitions provided those ambitions UN (he law. At the time Canada iweJs capital for its r-atweeu labor and capital is therefore neces- sary. Capital must not greedy, !lKv cunt not ba ground down. THE LETKSRIOOE HERALD PRINT-j ING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Ltlhbridjc A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Tcrrance Business Manage: TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office poverty El- and MIWIW wealth place iu Canada. That I Iho boys fausht for at the j from, and by their in such j conventions as is non in they ,-v, do much to overcome econo- mic ol the 'tkt return- ,m M MldfcK is already a potent leaven- ins force in ta> anil economic the Dotiniiion and is bound to nmrc and more felt as greater i numbers return. Member Audit Bureau cf Circulations. Subscription Rates; I Corp. ception Tendered the Soldiers (Kiorti Our Own BLCAX. Jan. We are pleaseJ to able to report many men return- this be ins ing overseas service to point, anil great jubilation eipiessed by relatives anJ on tlie safe arrivals. The latest arrival is Corp. Wm. W il- who reachea homo Saturday .lays after his twentieth 'UP IN ASSlNG THK IU'.SY MAS tho Job bavins been continuously in sentatlves ot all the, Protestant chur- service for the. iweulv-ouo years. IcJves ot the city, us well as by repre- I __ scuUUves of uou-Engllsh-areaHlng Dundas turned out its onllro 191S i congregations. council because they decided lo give a vlece. o Maclrfod "after spendlngilh past two'years'lo husband -waV tn-France. v R. G.'Mcnbnald and Mrs, Hra> ley, of Calgary, camiHri from (o attend the1 funeral ol'their tjrothe the Iatn..rame3 Keya. Monday, January wa nojnfnzlion day at tbe T. 0. K., fill Ihc cilices-for the Much interest Is helng fnken, as Sir which placed the by the large attendance. Th press ahead of every election will be leld one mont group In the reader of recruit- ff'i 4 't ft't't hence. 1 Thirty-nine billlori. cigarettes troduced In the U. S. In 1918. Announcement is made by the Dominion V now because it feck that every Canadian wants to know, and is entitled Ef to know, just what plans it has made to meet the problems that face the country. Only now has it.been pos- sible to finish the many plans and policies necessitated. From day, to day the Government will use this space to explain what it is xloing ta bring back our soldiers, to ensure --the comfort of their dependents, to keep the whole nation busy and prosperous. The problem is to take back our soldiers and war-workers into our ''social and business life under pibper working and living conditions. U y''has four 1. To bring the 2. To fit those ,who :haw suffered '.overseas for use- fu! employment. 3. To have readx for every Soldier ?ind; war worker 1 an opportunity for i 4, To Assure for-them proper.Jiving.and working conditions.- The plans of trie Gbvcrnment are'_-such-zs. soive these What those .plans 'are will you in this series. i K J.A. CALDER, ThetRejpatriation Committee v l .OTTAWA ;