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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY; PAGE FOOT She alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors ami publishers THE LETHBR1DOE MERALO PRiN- INQ COMPANY, UNITED 6lt me iruu scoUa. Hev Dr. T. S. Linscotl. head ot the Bradley' Oarretson Publishing Co., Out., is dead. Two ot tho three members of the school board at Boyle. AiburtJ, arc vroraen. Louis Hariris, a prominent younil A ditpttcU to I'oHtike tanner in the Boulton district. north reports that it kai from of Russell. was sadly bereaved aoureM Jhat Rosa Uu when his wile and 61 live Jmbours, who t9-ha> othls young tell Ttclta. of tn. akot wi on ii Berllm. of frtWKT, where hldde 'flu within a fsw 1 v x. jot a rrwui; Bno Rev Diion has resigned-from unlll HM opportunity to esca lhe pastorate ot the' great London from the Capital. i coiumuulli American natal lo tie Adrttt Informed the navy department th _ the action the Italian authoring Wetter a farmer living sii hauling down the American flu on ,1 rjgnara wta'duo to ft Italian and order the p'nst 8 years. AtWmbly. Alter the first atUciol_ e hlfli ickool sludentt. when they ufhtW'tlttea with Inures sklng that lour mpsrvHW be, to ut the ludltorium. be Medicine Hat Hudent. broutht up thiir l-rr .rtlitenr in the .top. ol 118 HlO' dancing by the vote. ..ot In avbr. The DecemSsr ol the parllamtat i... i. M. Maion j. Rirnsay -MacIJoMW, Holt, 12.41S-, B. T. Jokn, Sir E BarloV, G. C. Tnnl'rn. 1'62'ivf- R. 1.. uuiWalte, A. H B. I-ees Smith, f. W. 153. Eir'Cwrge is tar from he- jig J6 high grade: he is very coramon- what sort, of a man j as" the head .of a trade an orator or a, As for us. -xc sa'y.'un- hesilatilEly ;r business man. A busi- ness man Knows the ways of business and knows how to That s plac ihoul-TCe- Smmissiob highest led them ,'aT Colon and "at Panama. The great j grandmother ot the them through- the bis revolution" and alter that he ditch under her own power, ncepting lofager m any 'doubt ___0[ Lenlne and Trotsiy "Ther are the snakes of the class moverneut. he declarea, i ny at it my dutv'to speak-plainly. is CTe o[ ,our brothers ,n-. ".ytapaUHette with at tne front .and jlTo! them .bar .Other (ociMisy.. -J uie Ume through.sste indisound. Ihe aspiration? ot their BoherUan'-and Eame gronnd-aa th.e-B, .C. man'lcame t6 coiintrj- in When Tjnifce out he volunteered, al- cot a naturalized British. sub- He speaks German and Russell: in United Statfs- ani Hyndman In Eng- tia man to Jill the otlice otj a trade .torn, U coalition it one tima when the e'nemy.liad been annoying the Canadians -n-ith ot a machine-gun-nest, the-of- ficer commanding called-'for' volun- ia capture the pestfterous nosf An estimate of the value ot mineral UlfJI CUtOtu MIJ i volvers, and robbed him ot cash, tr Uofofes-'or. attend ;Sir j men of differ- GeargSToiter'-'wbnW fill spftn-ij "for. a certain purpose. didU- "Since'a trade commijsioner'i aad pat-pose -505 chteBv, the pro- 'i'houid''be o't'Canadia'n j secnlioa ot the war. The war penod well equipped, tbor- j wjjj be actnalry ended until p ;hly wide-awake busir and oUEhy informed, wide-awake busne man should be chosen. BORDEN AND THE HUSS.AN POLICY Bat this government Is dertaking following -the.TOgins of war. Since it is a other hare taken our OoTernment .antll the neit war to complete the casually Hal." Xo, thp man pictured in the Alber- (ot progress by ee to fectiro weetern Yarmers an ttiat when posses' the balance of poror at they rtay In irrtmfactur-j has n i> to speak for their lo remain-In polillw. tan, will not lead a new political party not doss ho consider himself qualified to even start a'.new party. raise on the ' In other He, the, by to lead partis! or All that no ,-ams 1-, that the .voice of a unan ern sonlimeol lie ward step In lhe wa appointing a conimlvtcc plans for the founding' of a new church on the corner of 3rd ' a ml. 20th St. All tho reports presented showert Tefy clearly that tht! present tMltdlng Is entirely inadequate for carrying on the work of the congregation, eyery departmentot church worlc being much, handicapped, for waril of proper accommodation. CHEER UP flEOINA, Jan. the climatic condlllont, fn old-tim- er' in the Estevan district, Petsr McDunalrf, .on Chrlil- mas Day, 1890, his. dinner tinttr his the sun shining briBhtlyi.and on Jan- uary 3, i blj pfalrfe fire came sweepins Sown Moose' crop the fVlfnwTn'g summeV was the of the "it all being six rowed waa (ribk'tfiat.there were nat sufficient to lake care It Before winter set In, and much of It was.'itt through winter coming iiiwj> Government reaUsed that the retptrjed soldier '.would need one of three things. (1) If he was ill, he would want to be made well. x- (2) If he was so tabled by serv.ce that h-could not follow oldj he would want an opportunity to recover his make _; a civilian. v (3) If he .was fit, he would want to be put mto touch with employment Opportunities. j i i 1 f To help m this three-fold service the Department of Soldiers Clip. was organized. free re-training in some or occupa- tlon- Wliile undergoing or wrfictl treatment hospitals of the rrient, or the soldier re- cetves pay, hi. family and depen- dents are printed adequate Information and Srantk. f This branch o{ the Department htl been organized recently to feiyer special service" to tne demobilized soldier, This branch first comes into contact with the soldiet m France and Englarfd. Here it finds odt ,the prertouj experience, the employment he now pre- fers to take up, and the locality in which he intends to settle Representatives oi the Department keep m constant touch ,with returning soldiers before they reach Canada to let .the men know whafthe country 11 prepared to do for them, to advue them, and to give them information. rhis service will be extended through; and'by meant of it the returned-soldier will placid in touch with Government Employment where details of existing for are !Thc representatives of the Department will thetirtsyves be returned-men-rthoie who can appreciate the spldier s i The work- these branches do will be 'des'cribed "Wiore fully In later anftounce- .irients. -A-. 'J he Medical Branch 1 he A'ledical Branch of this Depart- ment gives tV specif that sol- diers who have suffered through war service On his return to Canada the invalided or wounded soldier is treated in military x hospitals If the Medical Board decides that his cise requires extended treatment in certam'diseases, he is discharged from the army and comCs under the care ol this Department. f The Medical Branch then provides Tree medical and surgical treatment, s artificial limbs and soecial boots for deformed feet, free surgical appliances, etc dental treatment At present is available not only on the soldier's'discharge from the army, but whenever he becomes ill again on accoiint of disease or wounds due to war ice k i '''rite Vocational "Re-Trowing" Branch'. Some soldiers on war service that they arc prevented irom working at occupation-they fofloived before enlisting; fins branch of the Department arranges for such men V The Repatriation ;