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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i ic Deralb OAJUY AND WCBKlV .�.!!l^rOprMais and Publlaheray IKtCTHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-INQ .COMPANY, LIMITED eth AtfMt South, Lathbridfle A. Buchanan __ Sent and Managing Director t^TorranCe - - Business Manager '��1. ;TELEPHONES ,JftoalMM Office................. 1252 Ipjllt^rlai Office............... 1224 ' SUbacrlption Rates: ____jly, delivered, per week...... -15 ?�any, dellTered, per yeai* ......�7.50 Dally, by mail.\per year........U-OO fJWoekly, by mall, per year ......?1.50 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S.. 12.00 fcS'Dates of expiry ol aabscripUons ap-Itear daily on addresii label. Accept-^ ce ot papers after expiration date Is Jinr authority V to continue the sub-/r r sbriptlon. tHE ALBERTA OFFI&E IN LONDON ^ . The Calgary Albertan now supports the view the Herald expressed  month or more ago that the Alberta office 'in London Should be retained. There is no question ^4bont it. Now : is the time that Sit is needed and'wlU be of the most serrica. It should be directed by a ^^Jjrell informed business man, who ^.^Imows Alberta from .cellar to garret, to: speak. It'Is not the place for a ___a down or cast off politician. .0:office should be on thf ^cin'! too. At present it is on the third of a building near Trafalgar, e. Put the office on the street ,.,^^.:el on the Strand, exhibit-vitii >'|�lndows Albert^ products, and; place; A^'U charge a good man witn complete' ^{.^Icitowledge of Alberta, and the invest^ neat vrlU retntil excellent results. Il and bestow par-J i^abridf. ^lan in the whole o?: Jar'i^raiae tor the anccess ot the-pij^rqpe. i ^' The Hague, Nov. 13.-The: second chamber of the Dutch parliament engaged in a bitter deliate today. Addresses were made denouncing demands made by Eletre J. Trofilstra that the premier give further details as to the expected food supplies'from the United States. , ' . David- Wynkoop, jthe rtvolntlohary Socialist, demanded the immediate abdication-and urged ^ai general strike. iJHe proposed that.demobilized troops ish-onld refnseho: surrender control ;of the armie/until they wore.assured of food supplies for themselvea and fai^illes. He* remarked, incidentally, that Troelstra and his adherents were on the side of th,Q hurgoise, "just as Schi^emann and Ebert ate in'Germany."  '  '  : ..^.........^ . Crai|bi^l4B.U, Nov; IB, 1f1i \ , The Lathbrlitg�>lerafd, LetfibrldWVlCr Dear QIri: > ' -. Enoloaed pl�M�.^fin(l check in Vayment. �if your valuable paper, for another-year; aa I reBa Manitoba at the conference : the vprovinces with the Dominion Ottawa- - > ( i||V Bowmanville th^ylaw to loan |50,poO to the Canadian Can company was.carried by 396 for and only 89 against.' Operations are to begin at onc^. ; At the pttawa conference of the provinces Saskatchewan; will be represented by Premier Martin, Hon. C. A,-Dunning and Hon. W. R. Motherwell, N. A. ;Taylor, former reeve ot Mor-ris^owniihip, Ont., was instantly killed while returning/o his home from a piloe celebration at Blyth, through his carp turning turtle. The ;t)iatlnguished Service Order Is awarded to the following Canadians: Lieut. IVilliam D. Christie, Montreal; Major Douglas Jennings, Quebec; Ma> Jori^Alee Saunders, Kingston; Lieut Col, (panon) Scott, Chaplain. Srlg^Gen. Joseph Pitsndski, of the Polipb Legion, has announced that the Folia rpgency council - has. entrusted iers. A scheme Js'being woriced ouf*o>j to |ilm\tbe formation of a. national ""^ ......'~ goTemmest and control of all troops, �a^eim^K; to a Warsaw dispatch. give ex-soldiera special facilities ^ to! secure land. Repatriation to the Oom-Inlons of workmen 'engaged on war Great Britain .will be expedif ed. The ministry of supply repla94a the ministry c^t:.>munitionQ : an^,. will hare the control of^the disposal; jof war stores to the Tftlae of �5OO,9O0,� 000. ' � - ' ^t/iaa campaign in Lethbridge *ct. However, we are itacUned to : that an the workers are pre-I ta ooncefe, witbont taesitatlpn, S'a;great deal' of the enthnsiasm (uenetgy displayed during the cani-j was, duejfto A. a. Baalim.^tlie itm^. It ifill b� aldmitted-;;|bM . _ task of raising the Lethbridge al-Ig^l^tment was considered at the begin'ri f'fne admirably.' Not only the- miners vLethbrige district,'but the^ miners it(w^yOje Crows Nast Pass have snbscrib-^i|^;po generously that all the- mining ;;ito.WDa passed over the top and many li^.'pf tltem gathered in a tew crowns'aa s; well... On the prairies and in the'foot:/ 'jUUs, despite a bad crop year, pracfio-:j4Uy every community did better th^J ,t^e objective set Raymond, Carda^ I'ton, Magrath, New Dayton, Macleodi' CfiGrannm, Claresholm, Pincher. Creek, .ff Burdett, Bow Island, Carmangay, Vul-i.xcan,,Barons, Champion, Blackie, Brant ' iN[anton, High River, all made splendid ^i^^cords^ not overlooking Commerce, see toilttb^t Kogi basebaU and toot-ball groim^a. are provided.for tliese sports aftw; the war shouldn't be allowed to. go over the commissioners beads. ' ' ' Ttaev;Pard8ton branch, by raising 1460,000. or 60 per cent.' over its' qno-ta,^took:th9'be8t way possible to combat the opinion of the GJP.K. that conditions along that line do not warrant a regular dally paasenger service. The. Edmcmton: Bnlle'Un apeak� ot the "famine raakera be|ng in want." Certelnlr-flemany ia gfetUng -a good dose of the aiedlclne! it dealt to the worlc^,. and it needa a good deal of it b(|for*: the world wUl ever believe it has. tuUy. recovered from Italtroubles. Lurst. Nobleford," Diamond City {and Coaldale, fh the ^Lethbridge dls- . -c. t f extreme aonthem  part of the iitproTlncel^as proved to the Dominion i-- KhaVy lean crop .doesn't destroy its r^C^rM^tb.'.It baatt^ney anough to meat � 'i^e^caU of:eounllA7.;\Had it not been �^e'-in(luenia epidemic Southern would'luive ralaei '.fbe entire t aet'lor^tbe^rbo e'/prbvlhce. Klltffin the meubry. ot;most of ua, th I tot the g^eat future "'^ arfaa ot land and .lextenalvd" The towns and country dlafricta putr aide ot Le^bi^dge ^id-. as well aa the city itself tor the Victory iLoan.- :It was a great achievement-and shows that Southern Alberta has plenty of capital to carry on the big projects of the future, , .^.iLLuSfe.' Now's the time to thlpk about doing your Christmas shopping early. With the -war over there will be a' revival to some extent of the* old-fashioned 43hristma4, and Xicthbridge baa' already decided to enjoy its flrsfr peace Christmas attoir four years of war. , X ';llttle friendly rivalry between Lathbridge, Medicine Hat and Calgary ^eleqnsito have bad a good effect on the VlqtjHyf vLoan. And w,e can forgive OiXg^ now for forgeiting to notify lis f^atrw* badf our fourth crown when we .wereasWng for orfr third. The winpei^ caur al^ys afford to be gen-erouSj ^ ybu-^taw^w. Our Charles-H;, who was alrong on the dlvipe rig&t:-oj Kings, was the vlctiin otj an epifram which might be applied, with 'Variations, to tba Kaiser, the Toronto Olobe tblaka. "Hare U�a ��r.highly strutting King Whose word no man relies'on. - , He always said the foolish thing And never did the wise one:" Ottawa, Nov. 16.-rA general goyem-mental policy for handling unemployment will be laid down at a series of conferences to be held here next week, concurrently with the gathering ot Dominion -and provincial- ministers. The tinemplbyment* conferences, will .bo attended -by^ofCjcers of the various employmenl'eichanfeesf in each province, and by officers of the two federal employment ^changes now m process of formation. The labor subcommittee ot the govenas.Qnt will be In touch with the subject tHroughout. Among the subjects* to be taken up are: , �: .\ � � 1.. Creation of advisory committers, representatives of employers and employed, in all the prlhcipal centres. . 2. Preparation, as far as possible, of full lists ot the various Dominion provincial and municipal public works i proposed for the coming year. ^ ' 3. Adoption ot a^ common basis of trade classification. Waahington, : *Nov^. 15.-Complete agreement in the-uhloB of the Czechoslovak provinces .'of .ifiistrla witu ithe kingdom of .Serbii�.^^pi,, been reacted by President Pachitclu of Serbia and the delegates of the national council: of Agram to be representative of ihci-Serbn. Croatiana and^e Slays ot ithe; former Auatro-Hiiiigairlan empire;'according to an oiacial dispatch received here todays A cdntdrcfiCe was bela in.: Vienna on Nov. 7; At. the request of dBlegatea ti^n|j Agram, Premier Pachltcha agreed to' have sent to the Serbian and allied ["governments^ the proposals>that the national cou'ncSll 6t AgraA be recognized as.(the .supreme ji{ower,.,of., the newly-coastltnfed state composted?', of par.ts ot the Austro^Hungjirian njon-archy wntll the formalillea ot the final unlon'Vlth Serbia can be carried out ARMISTICE TERMS With the British Army, Nov. ISi- The Belgian forces have reached Aas-ich, six miles northwest ot Brubsela; At this town/an instance was recorded Of the Germans failing to keep . the armistiee arrangements, which forbids the destruction tof war material alter the signing of the agreement-on Nov. 11. The Germans exploded several cars load^ed with munitions at the Aaslch_ station on Tuesday. The explosion^ was so violent (that four -were killed and 50 othirs were injured. The Germans may claim that the munitions were set Off accldenlally, but the burgomaster collected-;evidence showing that they were fired -by wires connecting the charge. PRESIDENT'SREPLY Si 'Now that LetlibTldge'knows what the pull-together spirit can accomplish, Jet'evuse it In other directions. Thare is' coming an era ot great development in �Western CaSada, and;;in. no part .will It^be more evident than in, edutheT^ Alberta. Lethbridge need^ in organlzatiqn made np.bcthe^llve man w;bo put the Victory Loah over to h�1p diBvelop the has accepted the 'principal-ship: of Ontario Veterinary college at iToronto.' :��::�� y ]� ; ,Caliiary war veterans may run a 'candidate for the city council. X omtnion>ollce, with headquarters at-lOttawa.:..... "- �� Archaeologists are investigating a series, of ancient epigraphs discover-ed;on the rocks of-Roipd Valley, near Bishop, California, whic6 are declared to ibe aa' old as, if not older than, the hieroglyphics: of earliest Egypt to .,;Which,they bear a resemblance. From private to officer commanding is tbe record of Lieut-Col. A. S. Saunders, of the fighting 8th Canadians; (Winnipeg 90th's). At the out-break^oi^ the ^var Lieut.-Col. A. S. Saundera^nllsted as a private in the Fort Garry horse. ' : The committee ot tbe Royal Flying Corps dug in London announce that Lord Cowdray baa most generously Clren a'fom of �100,000 for the establishment and endowment ow a new dub to be called the Royal.Air Force Club. . ^ It was said at the White House that any reply w6ich might be made to the 'iwireleaa appeal addressed in the name ot German women to Mrs. Woodrow, Wllaon tor aid in securing a modification of armistice terms, probably PEND WISELY �� , � ., � �^.^v' . !3;ru6 economy is not saving so much' as i^idirtg wisely." In pianos the truest econ-bihv liifts in. buying the MASON & RISCH, !l^Uiked'and ^ost admired of all Catiadiah pianos,, an instrument beautiful of case-rrr, iharyellous of tone-runequalled in dt^rabU-ity. -'^ 9 �       ? , TAKES AN EDITOR Ottawa. - John W. Datoe, would go thrbugh diplomatic chan nels. ::�:;.�:.:-�,�;� �' ; The Canadian ^ government will shortly take up copsideration ot the question ot conscientious objectors under the Military'-Service act who are now serving terms of imprisonment. � � With the ;hape of'finally disposing ot long pending charses growing out ot Senator; LaFoilette'lji) alleged disloyal speech at St Paul more than a year ago, ^le Nlfr.B. senete.. election's committee decided to meet Thursday next to consider, this matter and nothing else, . , The price-fixing committee of the U. S. war industries: board has recommended to Presldrat'Wilson that the present cotton, fabric: prices- be con-Itinued untlLJan..l4, and- that aftijr that date no/further action regarding such' price^rbe taken by the committee. ^ f .�:.':.i'^ .... :.��>� --,:.����� Sir WiUiam Hearst; Hon. O; H. Ferguson, minister .of .lands and.,-,mines; and Hon.' *.*Wr' MdOarry' of the 'Oht-arlo government, ai% going, to Ottawa to confer with^the. Dominion government and/goVemment representatives ot the otbier provinces: on the question ot soldiers' re^estatiUshment. -The death'took'place in Port Arthur of Frank E.'dlbbs, who was for a number of years Dominion Grain Commissioner, and'who was also a member of the: first Board ot Grain Commissioners appointed in the west. He was in his 73rd year, and for some years past lived; a Retired life. At a meeting of'-the board of directors of the Canadian Pacific Railway company. Grant":Hall, vice-president of the company,.waB elected a member of the boaid'^to fill the vacancy caused by the resignatipn of Si/George Bury. Mr; :;Hall was also appointed a member of the executive committee of the board of directors. .'.Owing to the marked increase in rural education associations and school exhibitions,: the Saskatchewan , department ot education-has deemed ot advisable to appoint. a director of rural education and school exhibitions, and have selected F. W. Bates, B.A.M. S.C.,, at present director of school agriculture with headquarters at Saskatoon and in charge of. rural extension work 16 northern Saskatchewan for 'the position. The Regina Great War veterans are not in sympathy with a proposal emanating from Ottawa'that retaulters under the military service act should only be disfranchised. The veterans believe that defaulters should be punished for: ifailing to comply with the law. They point out that in Justice to. the men who have done their duty,' the defaulters should be made to obey the law tbe same as any other offenders, �� ' ^� � ^ ���� - Premier Oliver and Hoh.T; D. Pat^' I^Mlb,'Vepresent BrltOiih.''.Columbia at the Ottawa conference of provinces. ^r. J. Park, well, known Edmonton phyaiclan, chairman of the city.board ot health, headed the list ofialxteen men arraigned In the Ednwnton police court on Tuesday last on a charge ot -a-breach of the public health law respecting the wearing ot 'flu masks, and was fined |5 and; the costs ot the court, . - - Acting Premier Farris �wired Premier Oliver at Ottawa recommending on behalf of;the B., C. government that Mr. Oliver memorlalice the Dominion government to give'effect to; Canon (Oapt.) Hinchllff'8 plan: of a national thanksgiving offering, the funds raised to. be dev;otedto relieve .returned sailors and.Boldiers and the dependents ot those who have sacrificed their lives in the great wtf. : ityTOTH teilsyou thai lyj- baby must have only milk th'�it is pure, rich^d safe. Then fise, Carnation Milk.' You , sure of its quality; for it comes seal&i safe against contaminattioai' Babiesthriveonit. Itis"whoIe"milk -not separated. Contains all the cream, all the "food values" of rich, wholesome .milk. Uniformly richer in butter-fat than the Dominion authorities demand. :a-/ You can: have it handy on the pantry shelf ready to user-as you need it. Because it is 8teriliiwd.> it keeps fresh for months. Even when the-can ia openied, Carnation Milk will . keep'fresh uid sweet for several days. In ^siog Cataation MUk for baby follow your physidaa's advice. He will tell you in what proportfon yoll must ^lute it to suit your baby. - Carnation Milk is -evaporated to the consistency cream. Water- and water only-is taken away from mpany, Limited Aylmer. Ont, Seattle and Chicago editor of the Free Press;-Wln-.Si^ nipeg, has been Invitod^by-the /^,| premier,.Sir R. L. Borden,'"to be one of Canada's' reprftsent-j?''* atives ^t the peace ijiftiifere^ce'"* at Versailles, ^ and; Mia-aocapfcr^^^^* ed.  *�i^^ t * i � . , � ^u-^t'-' �" .^��^4f^^^f' aofrDEITaBnIBS at Av