Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 118 THE LETHBHIDdK DAILY '4KRALD PAGE FIVR JO ORDER STEEL Urges Farmers to Subscrib One of the Proposals Government Has in Mind-New Public Works Ottawa, Nov. 1"..- 3ubHlitiflion of peace for war, to bo carried mil who a minimum disturbance to labor, re-iTHrda to railway needs and this use of munition plants for otlinr Industry, wero questions under oonsldjratlor. at a conferenco hold In the privy council chambers today. Tho government proposes, so fur as national r�llwa.v.� are concerned to Vlnce ordera for stool rails and other neoessary equipment with tho least poRslhlo delay. These, it in thought, will absorb much of the labor, soon to bo released, now employed on tho production of shells and explosives. Tho main'purpose in calling this morning's conference, however, was to find out proclse.ly how tho largo stool �works stand in regard to the possibility of rapid transition from war to peace orders. In tho four year* of war. the conditions of railways has deteriorated owing to difficulties In securing both labor and materials. I'laclng of railway orders will materially assist, it is felt, In relieving the Munition which will arise within the next few months. In addition, it is proposed to continue tho public work;' which wore suspended "shortly after was war declared. At tho present time, tho architectural branch of the public works department Is engaged to capacity on works In hand. Ottawa, Nov. 13.-Hon. T. A. Crerar, minister of agriculture, today issued an urgent appeal to the farmers of Canada to (live their full support to the Victory Loan. The minister points to the immensity of the work yet to be done and the need for money to purchase foodstuffs to save millions of people In Europe from starvation. The appeal is as follows". "To the farmers of Canada: "In the closing days of the Victory Loan campaign | 'wish to make the strongest possible appeal to the farmers of Canada to come in with .-,11 their strength to help those who are working 30 hard for Its success to.make ,1 whirlwind finish. After four years of untold suffering, sacrifice and sorrow, in which the farmers of Canada carried their tair share, the glories of peace are beginning to shine out once more again upon a desolated world. "The victory is won. but immense work yet remains to be done. To carry out thnt v/ork muiiey is required. It is needed to feed, clothe and shelter our soldiers until they have been dischnnjerl from service. It is needed particularly to pay for wheat, flour, bacon, butter, cheese and foodstuffs cf all kinds. "When you buy a bond you help your country, you help yourself and you help others. Desp'te all that may he done, it is stated upon good authority that millions will die of starvation in Europe within the next 12 months. Your money will help to save some. Buy bonds, save food and do both to the utmost of your power." Fight to The Nation demands strong men-strong women and robust children. Wisdom suggests that every proper means of safeguarding the vital forces and building up of resistance, be utilized. SCOTTS EMULSION affords definite help to those who are "fighting to win" against the inroads of weakness. Snott'a, abandant in tenic-antrient properties, builds np "rflf tht body by Natare's methods. " " Scott* Dowse,Tottiolo. Out. 1S-h W. H. MacPHESON, D.C. CHIROPRACTOR Tho condition of your spine determine* the extent of , your health. TAKE SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS Address: McRae Block. Vulcan, Alta., Phcne 101. LLOYD GEORGE Loudon, N'ov. (Keuters.l - At a meeting of 200 leading coalition l.ib-I oral peers and commoner* today I're-i mier Lloyd George on!lined ills roron-! slruction policy, saying the \ lefory ! must be utilized as an Impetus to rc-i form?. A great re-housing program ! was necessary, the hours', of labor I must bo reduced, a minimum ivagc in-i trodueed and production increacid ; through land reform. I Tho prime minister also foreshadowT! a largo development in trans-1 port and said that there was valim in I the prevailing revolutionary spirit, if 1 vviaoly directed. It must ho combat-! ted by national unity, cooperation and j sacrifice. He feared neither revnlu-j t ion nor Uolshovlkism but reaction ; and dissentlon. Mere parly consldera-1 Hons were unseemly. He wanted a j united government, representing all \ parties. j in regard to free trade, Mr. Lloyd Goorge said that he did not purpose to go as far as the I'aris resolutions. Tho third of President Wilson's points prevoutod any Idea of a post-war econ- ; omic war. Irish home rule was osson- > lia! but there must be no coercion of ! northeast I'lster. Tho premlor concluded by stating 1 1 hat the wutchword of the govern- ' inent was progress. We. must have the support of Liberals. 1 The meeting unanimously pledge I I support to Mr. Lloyd George and the coalition government during the period of reconstruction. Tho premier received a remarkable i ovation. A meeting of the TnloniRt party to-: day voted confidence In Chancellor ; llonar Law. after the latter had an ; Pounced that he proposed reroniineinl-| lug the continuance ol" the present , coalition government. IN 'FLU CASES WANTED Capable, energetic women to assist district agents In finding letds. Well established line. Highest, class. Dignified work. Whole- or part of timo. Xllad to arrange personal Interview with anyone Interested. APPLY SOX 55, HERALD S8M5 FOR TEN YEARS Authorities Quoted by the Pro vincial Minister of Health -No Tax Courts Edmonton, Nov. 1::.-The minister of health, on behalf of both public health office.-', handed out the following statement at noon today: Case?, already reported, 11 1; new cases reporter! yeslerdav, IM. Total lo.4S:!. i The most striking additions to the new cases reported from points where reports had already come and where the disease was prevalent are as follows: Claresholm IT. Comnicree 'jft, f'arri-; ston IT, (ilen ivoorlvllle lit, Le.thbrldge and district 111. Maclood .", l'melier , Creek -'!. iledrliffe S. I Reaching the Peak. ' In the northern half of the province it in hoped that we are now near the peak load of the flu'. The battle is I fierce all along the line and most, workers are pretty well "all in." Neither in city nor country districts should this outstanding fact he overlooked. Seventeen deaths yesterday In this city as a result ol the flu' : speaks for itself. ' j Vaccine. \ The preventive medicine, prepared j ' in the laboratory along the lines re- ! commended by Dr. Uosenow of Mayo ! Hrotliers, Homester, and approved and j u.-ed in all countries, was sent out I I some considerable time 111:0 to all 1 medical health officers, and that was : followed by ;i supply to every medical ! ] man in the province, whose name Is on 1 thi' list. To tho larger places it was | - sent by express by the smaller by ; mall. If any of the medical men de- 1 sire a further supply they should ! "liber wire or phone direct to Dr. !�:. rday by William Tuole, chairman Soii'hrrn AHjcrtn K.v erutl\.' .-is icporicd .in yesterday's paper. Mr. Tool", has wired Mr. Woorl as ''ol'n.ws: "Thanks for vec ncssa?;" re peace and "i>n,:ra'nl',ilii'ii� on our Victory loan subscription.- to mic is ino-t gratifying. Strong; leelittg prevails that ini nii-diai'-l." h -lore the close of the cnni-paif.ii and hi linn! returns publicity tliould be given separately to South crn Allien a as all our organization*' have kent pressing forward despite the most ..erious If.udioaps. (Signed 1 Win. Tool"'. Chairman Southern Alberta Executive. Here's what II. I'.osscnberry, serrri F.x- tarv of the loan there, wired the Ilei aid: "We have raised $lnS,uuO to date The peace celebration threw us baci somewhat, but we will be busy the res of the week. Will soon have our quoc; of $r.'o,oi)n, citizens of (iermnti orlgit responding; nobly." TRAVEP.S IN TROUBLE AGAIN Toronto. Nov. I",.-\V. It. Travers former manager of the* Farmers I'.,ink. was committed for trial by tin police magistrate today, on a cliargo of attempted rape, the complainant being a married woman. Bail was re f'ued. Toronto, N'ov. 13.--A conference of'1"' authorities has been sent to lie- , awaiting the arrival of'the allied fleet i livestock men Is taking place here to- , �ln:l for U"' Uoops there Accountant Wanted for Mine Office la the Lett-bridge District APPLY TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE CO., LTD. CITY day to consider plans-to increase tin j Industry in Canada and to induce I farmers to continue their of forts at ! Htock production rather than drop ] Ihom on account of peace. 1 "We think thorn will he a tremend-! ous export demand for meat and dairy ' products for the next 10 years,'* said Dr. J. H. Grlsdalo, deputy minister of I nt-riculturc. Tho meetlnK is prelimin-j ary to a largo meeting at Ottawa-next 1 week. Tax Enforcements Courts. All tiiese courts will be adjourned, the people do not need to attend. The courts will be held later and all parties will be notified. which had been concentrated at Mudros. Tll,uil.!lir! ".".Pi-UU!..i.,"Vy_e,Ur3;. Wi.!! wUM^'credUalmT to"the' Inug'nificent' f-howitiR the men from Southern Al f'algary, Nov. I". - ii||,,'.(,,^ n thousand dollars more and that division is now crowding its objective very close. The town of Cardston and district. NuS?kT�D Iron 1^ Used By ^ver 3000 0G<} |?eople Annually.