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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE -TWELVE Sensible Men and Women do not money in their homes or carry it wound in their pockeu. They put in ihr Savingi so ik. inrowo. on IwnVlf ct Hie order to'i-jnvenlion decided thai amendments already made "oy the may earn for them. Decide, let us hdp ypu to Interest paid every months. s voice lo the proposition. In the'matter of tie Canadian bank- ing system, which was discussed ai length yesterday by J. leedy, on behalf of the fanners, and ty Ye re THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA BRITISH EMPIRE TER THE WAR THE i.ETnnmnr.u DAILY HERALD, TonigM he young people's SftLE Saturday CUT ALL COLORS, FRESH THETERRILL FLORAL Co. 604 THIRD AVENUE S. North Jimerica Ac! b'ut il was fell 1 set.the movement stariod In tsis way. District grfaf part of the morning -was de- voted to the electron of ilia eleven directors, and the representation was announced us follows; East and West lluser. East Hafnt. West F. lireden. Bow FIvcr-rGi A. Forster. 4 r Battle Spencer. A. ftcot. W. Smith. Ked Ileer- Joseph Stauffer. Sloane. Medicine H. Harris. Preston. Should Fix Price Near the'time for adjournment the i Question of a tiled price I on the crop was taken up. There are a number' of from locals covering the question, and order to hasten a discussion the reso- iuiions committee combined them al in one. lo the effect that" where the ground for this year's-work had-been prepared at war prices it was iel tHat'there, a fiied-price that would assure-the a fair return on his (Investment.- Vacant lot gardeners.: in London bushels of potaloe during last summer. No Indigestion! Stornach Feels Fine! No Acidity, Gas, Souring, Dyspepsia Belching gas food curing in Momacli, lump of pam from mill geMion and all from an up'el 'toruich stops Yes! !Al oricc! No more stomach-headache. an) indigestion pain Tape' Diapep n not only_ re- lieves bad but it slrtngtlt- Jcn, stomach Spkndcil Cos's 1 drug store. 1-v TV o W1U- PUT YOU .UPSET? PapeS DiapepSin ON YOUR FEET Tomorrow's Specials at the Westminster Meat Market Prune Rft per Ib. Prime Pot lUait, per ft. Home -Made for.... Huibwgcr Steak, 2 Ibs. for Dripping, per Ib. (Furnished by the British Ministry of Information 'through the-Depart- ment at Public Information, 'Ottawa. The victorious.finish of the. great European War leaves the power, and prestige of the British. Empire higher than at any past time. Tbe'Allies have all made big contributions to4he vic- tory. The heroism and sacrifice ot the French nation have evoked the admir atlon of the whole But few will; den> th-it the entrance of the British Empire into the stru-gle was de-.j Cl ive im.iur.yiii u tton of an mililar_ai The al mllitan industrial th.own into the conflict by England ani'the othe- portions ot the Briti have been almost in- Figure can onlv give an aiiproiirdafe idea of this immense par tlnpalion in the struggle, and the' fig ure themselves are o vast .as to overwhelm the'imagination rather than impress and enlighten the mind. It i very de irao'e that the Empire who_e fourdatipns are or may be, tremendously deepened and strength- ened by the results, should fully understand tne "f this unex ampled experience, so that Ijappy ef- ect may bo realized. Ko countenance whalevet mu t be given to the_idea thai the British has now done it wo-k and that in the future there will be no need of justification for the fast political organizations. Perhaps .the most important lesson ot the war for every stale and prov- ince in the Empire is.that the unity of Ihe Empiri affords the only sure guar- antee of Ireedom and orderly progress for four hundred million human beings. The menace of German despotism has happil) been de mainly by the porer and re ource1" ot the- British bmpire We have to ask ourselves what might have been .the fate of that Oerman> had won. What would have been the position of the iliy K. Pliyfair. of ths> Oiudian Vr VLADIVOSTOK. JJn. who has not teen in Hussii since the revolution' caa conceive of tfie pollll cal chaos that "'is countr) at the present Urn.'. The uroctss o! political erolution has merely begun So swit! havn been Uio government changes since the fall of the that the ordinary Russian has not had] time lo make up Ws mluil as to the government he would like or the form that would suit the needs ot the im- mense Russian; territory. There arc many schools of politic--! thought aud no less than 27 distinct parties, not to speak of sub-divisions and shsdes of political belief. The presedl government, that' of Admiral Kolchak at Omsk, is repre sentative ot 'the estreme right, or or cadet party.. Between this conservative group and the ex- ireuie left, or IJolsheviki, runs the gamut ot political theories. Midway is the "Democratic party, commonly known as the Whiles to distinguish them from the IJolsUeviK- Reds. And despite the multiplicity of groups, it is sate to say that the vast majority of Russians belong to no party at Disgusted with the mis- deed's of the monarchy and with the destructive .orgy of she IlolsheTiki, they are now ot new things, they are waiting like Micaw- her for something to turn up. -mind of Russia today is a blackboard upon wlricli anything csn be written." This was the way one Russian editor described the situation lo the Canadian press. The np about SO per cent- of the population Rus- sia, are standing aloof from politics at present. They are self-contained, the only independent class in -the night in the evangelistic campaign In church; and a number "of tlia 1. T. are planning to come In v', The LethbridgeuSocial HygieneSodety "V Ott-'ICB; SUITH C'OSYBEAHK hCOGK LBTHIiF.IDOE, ;