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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta RAGE FOUR * � ^ ^ M THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD P - Xetbbrttje, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY ffh> JMHAN08 OFF" THE , 4kU -V ' .1 PEOPLES' RIGHTS wCCDDtlOJC DCClllDj The City commissioners are deter- 1 mined to ask the provincial legislature for nn amendment cancelling the preferential vote privilege of the people of ,Lethbridge. The commissioners are also proposing a property qualification for candidates for coromlssionerships*. Nobody in Lotbbridge in any public capacity has asked the city com* missioners to bother their heads about the voting rights of the people. Until, they do the commissioners would be well advised to heed the advice, "Hands Off." * 1*4 Proprietors and Publisher**. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED �23 6th Street South, Lethbridfl* W. A. Buchanan President and Managing'Director John Torrance - - Business Manager TELEPHONES Office ____,......... 1252 Editorial Office ............,.. 1244 Subscription Rates: ^paily, delivered, per week .*,/'.� .10 Daily, delivered, per year .....$5.00 Daily, by mail, per year ......$4.00 Weekly, by mail, per year ____;ft.60 Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..$2.00 Dates of expiry of subscriptions appear daily on address label. Acceptance of papers i.tte;- expiration date Is our authority to continue the subscription. t t *  THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The Germans, insisting upon their policy of annexations with the Russians, have practically brought to a termination the peace negotiations at Brest-Litovsk. There is little doubt that they can now go on in view of the uncompromising attitude of Germany's representatives in this regard. Conditions In Austria are steadily growing worse, and more uprisings are being reported. On the French front a brilliant raid carried out by the French penetrated German lines on a front nearly two miles in width, and to a depth of 500 yards. The enemy has evacuated important pests on the Italian front. THIS FRENCH CANADIAN IS THINKING STRAIGHT L'Envenement of Quebec has interviewed a gteat number of ^prominent French-Canadians on the Question, "Arevyou in favor of the separation of Quebec from Confederation?" Mr. Li. G. Belley, K.C.. has answered _ in the following vigorous and convincing words: "Confederation is oue. indivisible in 1861 Province has the right or the power-to secede. The marriage is forever. The Rev. CM. Campbell, lately of The people of this country would not North Battleford, has been inducted tolerate for an instant an attempt at \ Into the pastoral charge ofSt An-dissolution. Are there ten per cent. � y ---- _\_ actically no Dardanelles Sunday morning was com- j cost except that of the original Instal-manded by Viscount Brume, nephew lation Of the plant has been >iccom-of the late Earl Kitchener. Viscount plished by Patrick J. Gallagher of Nel- Brume was chief beneficial y under son. the will of his uncle and was heir to the title of Earl Kitchener of Khartoum. Nothing* has been reported concerning the Viscount's fate. For some years"' he-has been Fred Downer is leaving the city, but since he is coming back after a couple of v^ars we won't protest He is too good a citizen to lose permanently without registering a real, strong complaint. Alberta's premier appeared before tne-U. F. A. convention and was right at home, for isn't he a V, F. A. man r himself. He will even leave the prenv ier's desk in the busy weeks of harvest to drive a binder on his Killam farm. He is not any kid'glove farmer by any means. working on his invention and it has now reached the stage where he is developing an internal combustion engine in which oxygen will take the t i t*l jia m_ � jwt s jt ip,ace ot *asoline. 8** or oil. � Lord Rhondda, England's food con- That G. K. Girafiosslanj a resident troller, has taken drastic measures OI,the United States, has made a sim- to deal with the meat shortage. An iiar discovery is indicated by a dls- patch from Toronto tonight . all hotels, restaurants, boarding The Gallagher process Is in working houses and public places, to begin order in Nelson. Separation of,the forthwith. It specines two meatless oxygen from the air icosU practically days weekly, Tuesdays and Fridays, THUiiSUAY, JAiMlA(lY"24, 1fll8  The gum nea r - everybody than more wing is i a c stick away r l ^ 1 ur Ch win um But the time will come again, per-haps before another Canadian crop is moved,.when we will be called on'to subscribe to -another bond issue and we mu�t be prepared to do even bet- in the London district, and Wednesdays and Friday In Other 'districts. A t h Justice Brown gave Judgment at Moose Jaw in the case of Stuart,vs. Stuart in which the plaintiff, Mrs. Stuart, sought alimony from her husband Charles Stewart of Eyebrow. The court' ordered that the defendant pay the plaintiff'$100 interim alimony on February 1 'and fiQ a month thereafter. The plaintiff alleged cruelty extending over a period' of twenty years. 'I At the meeting of the council of the municipality of Chaplin, Bask., Corporal Troughton, of Saskatoon was nothing, he states. B^NS IRISH WORLD Washington, Jan. 23*-The post office department has sustained the decision of the postmaster at New York in excluding from the second class mailing prlvilegea the issues jot the Irish World of January 19, Which contained editorial matter held to be Jn violation of the espionage act. In making this announcement tonight. Solicitor Lemar said the decision would not affect future issues of the paper unless objectionable matter is found in them. The department has also under consideration recent Issues MEDICAL INSPECTION . services for the sake of economy as well as efficiency. Tho result of investigations .with regard to the condition of school children indicates the need of attention to tthe matter of constructive and preventive medicine. In a series of examinations by the Hussel Sage Foundation, Philadelphia, the defects in various groups of affected children were t from 33 to 57 per'cent, ot thone examined. The defects included such troubles as defective hearing and vls-Hon. J. R. Boyie Announces ' ion, none and throat troubles, etc. The That Dent Education Will following table covering a period of xndiuepi. AQUcauon vyiu ,bJx years, mefIical inspection in .tho Undertake This i Edmonton schools shows the percent- . j age of defectives and likewise shows " a progressive reduction of defectives Hon. J. it Boyle, minister of edu- ; presumably through the attention giv-catlon, announces that the provincial: en to conditions of disease, government contemplates /the 'estab? j N�* examined Hshing of a general system of medi�-i Defectives cal inspection for the school children i Percentage W^}*****T*?* trea*^?'il"ei Papers held up at the New York of- of the Gaelic-American and the New'of the province. In some of the larg^HO^ York Freeman's Journal, other Irish I er cities medical inspectors'of schools j 1^13 municipality. Corporal Troughton. 1 a returned soldfer; who has a wife and three children dependent upon Him. H. 8. O. Columbiheau, who has hel/f the position of secretary treasurer for several years, withdrew' his; application. ' J The British house of lords by 132 to 42 votes inserted an amendment into the representation of the people flee for alleged violations of a similar nature. ? UNIONISTS WILL ELECTED . .{�e carried uuX-withpupils. the co-operation of the district school Inspectors, who are expected to make the work educational, aa, well as to give emphasis to defects which interfere with the progress of individual ;