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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBWDGE DAILY HERAT.D FRIDAY, NOVEMBER KK 1918 letbbn&oe toeralfc DAILY and WEEKLY Proprietor* and Publisher* The lethbridge herald printing company, LIMITED 323 8th Street South, Lethbridge W. a. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance -  Business Managci TELEPHONES Business Ofticc ........... Editorial Office .......... I 1?52 1224 1 Inspire us to urge that more should j locate in Canada. Thoy cling persistent- j ly In most Instances, to their language j and customs, and refuse to assimilate. � We must move -visely on this matter of immigration or otherwise we will face problems that may bo incapable , of solution. B Make H a Million. The Clown 1'rince is now in Dutch. Greatly Enthused Over Armistice News-influenza Epidemic Under Control The count. Kaiser as a Count doesn't What would you do with the Kaiser if you were the fin"! judge? ON DECEMBER 14 London, Nov. 14.-A proclamation will bo issued on Nov. 2'ry ,nv\ crowd- bi'gali to cither streets t-> t.viU .n:.l i heel' over tub .-fill and glad V-miio; news. .- s meetiti-.; wu-- called at once Pa ICKED UP IN ASSING f'OIl TI1K IHTSY MAN on no t;:: - w Wu- a special bond to mark tin of the world war and to help tee set a s'art lu civil life when come borne. hoys they A m .ril arr ir.semenf* made for u big celebration parade. The parade took pi.!. . in the afternoon and despite the f.p. t that the people of Illairmoro had during the last couple ,( weeks been livftw sfr:ctlv ill) to thc mask am parliament. If this bill passes without amendment, the counting can be prepared on Decemtier is, Prorogation of parliament will take place on Wednesday or Thursday of next week at the lu'o-H. On Monday an address will be presented to the King and moved in loth houses of parliament in regard (o the war and after the house assemble' on Tuesday Tho Alberta government has invested ?50,000 in the Victory Loan. Mrs. Dowd, wife of J. A. Dowd, M. P. P. for Kerrohert, Busk., died of in-tlitimzn. llev. J. K. Hotmes of the Uldotit Street Methodist church, Loudon, and president of the London Methodist Conference, has world war otided on the elev. the lessons of the wnr at home as  eatn nou, 0j lh, ei^ireatli day of the well a* seeloi that lb* leaaon If elavMth month of i-..)>>. Sow some pti�4 to Germany. If living rondi-!0( those numerous prophets and station* all orer the wortd are not made Jtlsticlans will come aloe* and nay "I better a* a result ot the tarrtbl* �tru�- ; tot(j >ou t0." �! then somethtnc of the lesson that1 ahould have been learned has been loet. the problem of THE pomeion born In commenting upon the movement ot MtBDonltes Into Canada, Hon. W. *. Fielding, fonnar minister of Finance, tn his paper, the Journal of Com-��ree, put* the case for aclusion In these word*, that will be endorsed by tery thouihtful Canadian. Tka war ha* shown that the process of a**imil!atlon had no* kept pace with I natural the alMdT teflui ot foreigners. In tho ttltila 7"k,"�- came to the country in August, 1114. many of the foreigners had to ba interned while thousands of other* obtanred a neutrality bordering d�ngaromiy near open sedition. It 1* now recognised that little can be done with a grown-up man that leave* a foreign country and settles In a new land Me may be a law-abiding �ltfion as long a* there is no conflict of Interests, but once his homeland is affected, the early associations as a rule prove too �iTonB for his newly .rr-rantino law*. r,l.:irmore being cjnar-.nrine.-l nsainst all comers an.l goers. : a niopoer parad" It proved to be. ' The management of the parade was , in 'lie hand* of the officials of tlm . W-st Canadian t'oili-ries I,td.. and ' i-oiibi not have been managed better rnforinnately there i-; no organized bml in Hiairmore. tmt the instruments of the lfCinl I'.attalioti which ar- in lUaivniore. were "let loose" and i anybody who could play a tritmpe- or bang a drum loaded tho prix-psshm v. itli these itwtriitii' tits am' the iioi-o-i-reated. (note t!ie noise, not music) was deafening. Tti" big Cotnp-inv l.orr> headed the proct -�!.!! wifh t!.e band" and aboilt 'hir-'y cars ini'l'.i-iing four ftlbal with ; "Vet ." from lb-- i'r.u.k Sanaturium ' d' with fl ws of the Allies i f..:io-.v..,i and or.-......l-.l to tiie village ; of Hei-evuo, >o:ne jive miles distant. ; and back. At nicht a nioniter bon-fire was, . bull! and the ii.ev,table eifiglei o' ,l�ig and tittle Willie \> ere bll-tlt t!l-ro- ; on amid shoe.*." au! vhe.�rs from tho ' surroupaiiug 01.0^.5 . ; ire^vA'rks were then -tart-d while tic baud, better ori:ani.-eil than in the afternoon, h.iv-tin" at !�> big ,,,] burnt low and ' \ the peojib- :-,r.-l (jtiSo'fil -.empwhat an Irniirojjiptti pla'.'orni was erecti-il out-sid" the Victory 'Loan Offices and .spe.'cjies were iletiverci by so^ne of local orato-,-. thua winding up a day that had le-rii i-r�am�l full i>f patriotic rej >i: ing ov.-r the victory a'tair.ed by the arm" of Great Britain and her i.ilie* Infiiioeia Epidemic Til" S;i.ii.'.;- been strictly o.uar.ittt!t!- flu, that of St.ieey Smith, who leave* a wife of only a f.-w months to mount hU untimely death j Several fi;:ni;i��.s have been released j from (iiuirati'.!.!- during 'ho last day ____ j or so and there are only a small num.- 'her who an- ti:! under quarantine  Two finger* and a *mll�," Is tho , 1,), tnr j;..,.,^ way Victory Bond holder* are said | Goes to Calgary to greet each other these days. If : ' ' "enter vho ha* for some years ts�, ,_, s-i,.,, x\r...A, . j, . hell the .in:, i- of Collector of Cus- the> own \lctory Bond* and can get ; wm�':�. .!(.- :ici Is I" half a billion, and L�thbrtdga a million ; Calr.iiy ,-:i for reconstruction. i hi� r:�mil> - ^l - �i'. Mrs F. SI. Pink � pher. vlce-ini-sident W. ut A. returned to ay night after seeing �'hrosigU tiie flu " The Calgary Albertan and tin- Cal- ! gary Canadian are waging a formed tie*. Tha hope of Canadlaniz- j hitter battle to deride whose oitra j Ing the foreigners He* In the publi acnools, and it Is through this j^/eat agency of democracy that the Winnipeg men are seeking to Canadianize the new comers. The work It a worthy one and should have the heartiest upport and co-operation of our Government, our big business men aril all who are Interested In the building up Of 1* loyal body of Canadian citizens. There 1* a te*�on from this move-(b�nt which we should take to heart, BMbety not to throw open our doors indiscriminately and allow the scum and off-�courlng o! continental Eu'ope to enter our gates. Perhaps no one can be specially blamed a* wo all wor-�htpped tho Ood ot Bigness and thought that pur country would become great U we peopled H with teem int- million*. We paid little or no attentiou to quality-quantity being the niatn roauUlie. Wa hare learned that It 1* better to bare a few loyal tiltls.job at a time of crisis than to fcavo many of questionable loyalty. It Is to be hoped that when the war It oror, and wo can giro attention to probtftn* of Immigration that we will �tit uo tit* bar* and make it impossible for Mkdotirable citlaons to enter tba country. All thl*' li true. Our experience with the foreign-born clement In the haa not been of the character to IA ended the war. 'ihein is no doubt 1 about the ls�ue The Canadian ended ' it by a special a week ago yesterday at noon. The Albertan should worry. ~ " Palis, No,. !.".. -Germany must uii- Thamebvllla, Ont., ha* a record that de.-go a tin tai leiolu'lon us well as u makes it very boastful li was allotted 125,000 to raise for the Victory loan. It got the amount and ILI.O'ju more a half an hour after the campaign opened. Remember, the half hour meant 12.30 a m. of tiie opening day. They know how to work in the night down there The United Press, opposition of the. politieil ii'ihraial before .she can be admitted '.i league of nation,-,, says Leon Hoiiivijo.ii. (wmi r cabinet iiiin-itter, who )- president of a coiii'iii.-ision recently .tpiiuinie'l to study the plan of a gnat combination of states for the Inline. "The universal war bus demonstrated to ail nations the m-cosstty for an international constitution," he said. "Thin would u.-,sur>' to each nution the sanctity of right-, Diplomatic and ju- dicial measures could place t discor-Associated Press, with which is affil- dant state in intolerable aolltudo and iated the Canadian Press, pulled the no' oll!> state, but iu (itizt-ii.s would suffer. President Wilsen ha.s admitted the legitiniHcy of economic biggest hoax of the war with its toe-mature announcement that the armls- penalties and iihiti-d that they might Ilea hud been signed nearly four days possibly ho used agalnut tho central before the actual signatures were *t- p"Tnlhu ,.,.,,,,, sn01I,, ,u, lUerc fixed to the momeutpuH documunt. wl>nhi r,.iUa\n international military Tho Cuited Press took a long guess ; intervention. Hut it Is etonon.ic mea-In tho hope of making a world beat. | lh>^ would deprive the country ,. , ,,- of all miUei'ials ami interrupt laid They guessed wrong, fooled millions | anJ ^ |r.llul,ort|lU(in Uuil WuuW t, 'sufficient to crush resistance." It is stated us a possibility at Ottawa that Kir George K. Foster may bi-toft III Knghm I when Sir Hubert, ilor-'jdett returns, to act as resident Min-i ister In what is now the Imperial War Cabinet. the hour's CALL from the Citizens of Dublin. Ont.. presented i Hurrah! Hurrah! up from the mttltl- : nn address ami purse to Dr. and Mrs. i tude. v- Mitchell, who. after twenty-: That fioalii upon t�� surface stream 1 "even years' residence in the village,; ()f life, lure moling to Toronto. Arose this cry for victory and peace. Inimitable Individuality Every Mason & Risch Piano is made with EXCLUSIVE INDIVIDUALITY. It is designed and produced by MASTER artisans and mechanics using SELECT and HIGHEST QUALITY materials, giving an original and distinctive completed article-the MOST NOTABLE PIANO PRODUCT of Canadian endeavor. It is the EQUAL OF ANY PIANO BUILT in any country in the world. a champion In the bargain' line came to us yesterday In part payment for anew Manv on & Rlsch Player Pleno. It� a Plank A Co. Plane--an lr�. atrument worthy of the money asked and we'll make good this claim to your full satisfaction. It'* your* for $215 i Hut here mill there 1 saw-Some faces sad they � Who paid the prii peace. With Mo-mI of tltos" tiie joys Of life. Like Mary stood And cazi'd upon i'..' crueif b'd For human weal. Tie the sword That pierced through Cncover here. Ye thoughtless ones, pay to those imom: the crowd Mi! tin- were of victory and hey loved above t the mas they :; be- ! loved had felt Mary's soul While he was out celebratlntr. i thieves entered the cellar of Aid. ' Simon Mereisliy's homo in Windsor and carried away 2 I * PRAISE FOR THE Y.M.C.A. A Let tor From a Victoria Soldier. too. George Gott has resigned his position as colleitor of customs a! Am-herr-tburg. which he has bell f,,r ouno and reverence >'eurs. It Is thought that J. 11 t;. At-klnson. assistant lollector. will now Who gave their pons to -tie that you 1,0 nlU'ointed to the vacancy. might live i In peace and libc.-ti In wisdom' tir. W. S. Downham. who since the weigh resignation or Cap'. 11. W Hill, has The debt you owe and pray tor beep acting medlea' officer of health honesty for the city of London. �,i::::::::�:>?:: | the Imperials don't got Canadian I've intended for some time to tell ' whuU vorv superior you uli.'i! I and all tho rest of / hunch think of ih- ...>rk o' thit V.JI. | ('A. and what il is doing out here. We ;ee m iii>- re'ereiices in the papers J and pc.-io heals, etc. to the Y.M.C.A. and many eritici tns of their work, i the Hue at two or three lu the morii-ofien. i -.�. some sorehead returned i ing I've blessed tho Y. M. for their man will iry to ipd his name |n print ; cup of hot tea or coffee, by writing a few lies condemning this; other institutions such as the I doubt ir these fellows j churi ii Army Huts, common behind > tho lines, make no attempt to osltih lie- Y MCA. does work over here i llsli themselves up the line, that no other organization tries to do. 1 don't know what we'd do without them They -!:-� nbirt-, w;i!i collar attached (all siz-si Jjmii values. sj y|>r Sale Price ............... l�*tu WINTER COATS Listers and Chesterfields In various pattern cloth with shawl or convertible collars, with or without belt. Regular sjsj g|v %�::.!,thnt sell regularly at $,"1.00 in assorted colors and sties  'out style with liberal shawl collars Regular $5.00. Sale Price You Save $7.50 on a Suit of This Quality. An exceptional range of product- by tho be�t custom tailors in tin- country. Several styles to choose from. Val lies to $t;r, oO. Hale Price . . 27.50 3.95 HIGH GRADE SdlTS Wonderful valuo In the free of ever Increasing woolen market. 2 and :$-ular $32.50 und 135.00. *|f* AE Sale Price.......... eSOefry HIGH GRADE SHIRTS, $1.45 :. Vor ilrejia wear In n variety of pattgrna by tho bout junkers, A trow, 'ilooke, eto. Novar noltj lea* 1 than 12.00. Salo PHeo..... * el I ;