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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta "PAuE FOUR fUK LETHBR1DOE DAILY HERAU) WEDNESDAY, JANUAUV '29, 1'JISJL alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY 'Proprietors nrni Publiahtn Ht LETHSR1DCE HERALO PRINT- WO COMPANY, LIMITED OS tth Street South, Lethbrldgj W. A. Buchanan joSa Torrance B'ualntis I TELEPHONES Business EJItcriil Office Dlrectcr 1252 Member Audit Bureau of Clrculitlona. Subscrlptifln Rates: ,per week.......IE per JMJ tliily, by niiU. per Weekly, by per year......I1 yi'eeily. br mill P" ye" to Bates of eiplry ol subscriptions ap- .pEir dally oa address label. Accept- ance of papers after erpiratlon data Is our authority to continue tfl3 sub- jcrlptldn. service, promotion, experience and KL fcs AdvooaU says the resolution originated in Calgary anJ was not gested or approved by tfe Red Deer Yeteraaa. It ijstlnuatcs that the Ciijsry Veterans wanted a nifin appoiited jlo positlod. APPOINTS AN ENEMY TO IMPORTANT OFFICE. t Tbe -way "ciitician is often- times peculiar. A year ago Mederlc Ijartin was Taayor or Moat-: feii.. ,ln: his campaign he ti .Sir (Junto very fcitteriy for creating to adminis- ter tie affairs Pf Montreal, .The Qoe- ,bcc leslslatufe and tbe'premier wVe; TlAflt to rule, according to Martin- In a.EhorJ year Martin has been appoint- ed to the; legislative council of Quebec .by the.man he fiercely abused. Sir Lpmer Gouln cays be insde the -ap- iolnlment to help Montreal, but it wouli' appear that he wanted to get rid of'a thorn In his side as welL It! lutn: soraetliDes pays tc be an enemy; it Sldn't_do 'Mayor Martin any nirm at any rate. THE MATTER Of GOOD HEALTH President of the Federation of Labor. U a miner, aid he bitterly complains about the sani- tary conditions iu mtniqi camps. In a mlntns tha by the- mining companies and rented to the miceri. homta iTe not Qfitn'.luiet very bailt and tiry conveclences are, absent. The receat epidemic was very In scssc rsialay cAinps acd sanitary are held PubJIo health la a viiil witter. Min- ing eomvanlei and should fas inicreited in. promotlcs good health. If the companies build hous- es, for tie nJnsrs tfeey should atruchirei, awsy from dis- ease breedhiff spots, and as woH'siip- pVtd with sajiltarr conveniences as the commuoHj- rrili" penuu. Of'course all this is done. eare'csHicss ,or iinorance' of :nc teaant. may still hinder the? practice ot, customs and rules helpful to health.' It is here theminers' imipns and rfiould Jofa hands'to educate the Ignorant and warn the .careless. A family may havp. a fully modern home arjd still neglect to its advantages. There should be closer inspection of TTliSfng rjJ.mpE the flfrlitll Authl ties. H sliooM'be seen homes exist and health regula- tions' are observed. The Arkansas SazettB thinks if faVored, will be 'to .a vrorld series In the Railway Development for South Alberta is Under. Consideration D1CKED UP IN IASSING U THK BUSY What Is to be the railway need fiS- govoruuient railway construe lion program In S_. lhat the war is orer? Thai Is one pf j'lJW lod (SO CMts for brttch Ontario Tern Act; ba Issued !W liauor prescriptions In 21 days, cases ordering 1C ounc- es instead of 6. Father Joseph Kennedy, rec- tor pt St. Mary's lioman Catholic church la London- died from unetimo- nla, ofAhlch the curate of the saine Rev. Fathe.r.lUchards, was a victim a few weeks ago.f Scott ernment now owns the Canadian .Nor- them'which some ti0i] e a line''irbrn. MaryiieM to many who wouldtfaVbr'the plan as U SOLDIERS SOLVE (.ABOR, PROBLEM (The .'-Winnipeg returned soldiers ieem to be solving the uaemplavment jroblem. Getting rid ot alien labor in Wlnni- f- industries leaves jobi open for e soldier looking Jor wori. will be dUticuHr in 'jjitting many of the returned men to o' certain' kinds of' wofk that' a for; iiis Into .withput any fhe alien enemy i; not a welcome citi- lie only man Trhb wfll undertake ot the alleiis.ara losing their it will, be tie of the An American paper is very proud that r Wilson beat'William1 Hohenzollern in the race to Paris after TQIB VODAerial mild weather is not, common to the west alone. We read that they lawn bowling fa Tillson- Ont. The Xew Yort Telegraph wants to' know b'ow It would do to set the ex- in a dory and gnarantM" him Oreedom of the.aeaa. i MpnlrMl's tnayor has ,been a legistatiTft' councliipr' m" QU'SBK, sir Lociet IGpala_evlde.nUy thought ,that 'Uie best of'qttlfttmg an enernyl immunity; 6fW FRIENDS OF to )U get tfiera wlthoat isn't it smnjing to 'individuals .who policy ot not givins the :-l reaqurces.tq. the western pto- the linton .nwjtfor its to hand oy the feioupceV. jsho dftenaeJl tie pot- sltatche-jiiiiy that it fe most noise just now never were possession, o :e ires onries, lint il tnelr_ politlca put of power. THE POSTMASTERSHIP .It .RED PEER Great ,Wsr. Veterans convention here, the civil Liuh'; w'as-crkiiSsec-'lof Ita aelec- trop of-a postmaster at.Hed Deer. to appear. that a sold'o dad often overlfTohsd, and as fi "who had actually served over that wan cor However, the new "postnTajte V EOIM very strong-claims and tb. Advocate .sets them forth ie ''facts are according to ill that 1 two children ?ears assistant' ptx and stx 'months j a he svai'SeK an't somebody help Torpntp tiy mak- ig Tommy Church'a senator. Er-Governpr'Ltedy, of Kansas, noi f says the picking plant la are th8i greateat liars .on earth. ha former goverriDr an authority'on 3.6 degfees' of Hara? The Va., Xewa Leader lUnks'iA'aJT'tliiyiMade In _______" !pg4n_ wiii not _ tieceajary. ,aflei A simple..yelfov streak aVpunc h e' article ..will ie ;anff Icient: if J After British elections it was announced that Lord Lanaiowne's son, andithe puchess of Devonshire': bro- Lord Kerry, had been [ualso appears son, tb MarqaiSjipf. Harf ington, met the .ram [ate.' Both {were CoallUou' Unlonltti bat rejected them. One of the. voting papers In the Hey wood Division In ths Erltlsh election waa-marked with a cross for the La bo> candidate, and 'against the name was "Sorry, old mesjag got to.the.P.'il. '0., the ballot. Bpolled help thfe TQB: ReV; Er A. S. Grant of Toronto, JO1 retprte'il from adtan soldier will be ont of France b the end-ot thVmtintli.' This Intorm liori'he says lie received from the Up ot General Carrie himself. The so ilJera are being to Canada red from France, and are not goln Mrrlce, brother iW front, and after being threa-j -Anottier brother had TthJpV him by GVrman '.'J.'ii'iSlMo sussJt.to'.the oftlcera, tnd did 'not through up cbqjce or ilffl Prom ai tat on the line' In Southeastern AK rta' a cut pit .was; to run northives-: rly .ittto Lethb'tidse. The VttUuae" of the government 'as would do away with needless dupllca- of the same district, thus the country's'capital for the ex- new lines has not been r. but e minister of railways serins -to be 'that the i cosEtrpction; a Hue- through southern an and Southern Alberfa, so 'closely raUeling irancKes.of ouid be a tension of -railwivs; to districts not now. served by aity railway. Should such a as outlined be ailopted-by the government, Southern would 'iea P. R. branch line construction1 which'-x-ould be of great ralportatice. 'With tha I tak- ing up" of the Lethbi'ia'geAVeyburn.line the company' would' a Ibrough lino to Winnipeg which ba a line for 'branches' in the Epulii. Among' the' ntw branches which H Voiiid.be ifrgetl 16' build would be one" providing railway accom- modation east, of Slflk 'River through the 'country where the''people have fgr a long time been. -waiting for the con- _ Elriictlon nch' 'thVCiTlL This been called to-Chalmers Presbyterian Toronto. Calgarv street railway had a deficit of about In 191S, the largest since 1913. _ .Rev. Captain A: S. Parrell, after ser- vice overseas as has ra- turned.-fb Calgary. reports In the Ames -Holden Co. may be taken over, by the .Consolidated Rubber Co. While stopping to stroke a pet dog, Mrs. C. Fidler of London, Ont., had the lobe of her ear snapped off by the animal. E. assistant adjutant-general in charge of adminis- tration Military District No. 13, retires e is otlhe opinion ihat Uie'Ereatest A.deputation from Medicine Is goiug to Kdmoiiton shortly to maka reprosentatlons. to. the go'verament to secure for Medicine Hat the erection of.the proposed new court hausp inrt Lan8 Titles office diirtD6 the preiont year. j Tho latest estimate Is luat Canadian soldiers have beeti mar- ried 'overseas since the beslnuing ot the war, and that soldiers' dependents and'other Canadians' in Brifaiu out- side of the military who desire to re- turn homo .number 50.000. Aid. John Tope, of Hamilton, weut to Ottawa, as a meuiberXof whlch I'oads: "Any perscji who ills, llgurei a Domfnton or bank note writing, printing, aUtuplug.ou it. ur aHu-hlng a name, is liable to a fine of or more." La Palrle eays l.aud- ilgntturo U an ailvcrlisemenl, Tit expaialon' ol iQdiistrlal laclll- at 1> noted In the bullii- Ing Istued, which one day rectctly mounted to Yancouvftr, B. C., reports last year's atlmon pack was tho largest iu the history of lae Induatry; It is plac- ed at cues of all varieties. There SS.JI2 enemies either lottraed or under rarole, oii Notember 11. Ot tUoM 71.154 aaa O.S5S Oer- ,.J. a. Chrlatle, of Bay companjr't at Montreal Lake pott, Saskatchewan, died .from the 'flu. Mr. Cbflslla was tha third ion of lion. WltHam Joseph Christie, late In- specting