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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVKMBER 19,1918 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE rHAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Pa Wasn't in the Mood for That Kind of a Bargain. By Wellington 1 -- - . *w - r-� m .w tiAtti II Kv-nk�ir\ W/tl il>�- t . a ' I pON'T WT N6 J OH, THIS CVIAPIS nOST. H)Gt�-fWEI> DOC- * REASONABLE1, FMmfi>W ^W^W^^HB EROTHAVy MAKES A SPEOAU RATE ^tD^je FAM)L)tS QFf AU- OF PR.^OuNCfKILL'S PATIENTS* { ToV1,NO,HtSBRCfrHAW IN TEMPORARY CHANGE TRAIN SERVICE Account Influenza Kpideinio effective 12.01 a.m. Noveml>vr 2ml, train .Vo. ill I from .Medicine Hat In Calgarv vlr-. Letbbrl-lge and Aider, yd". wl4 run on Mondav, Wednesday and Fri-day." No. ."2 from Calvary to Medicine TTa\ via Aldehyde and I.--!libridge will rim on Tuesday, Thursday, aud S:it-nrdny. N'o.' fi22 from Edmonton to Calgary will run daily except. Sunday. No. 533 and f,2-l between Calnnry and Edmonton will be withdrawn. No. fi27 and H2S between Hnrdisly and Ktinionton will he withdrawn. For further particulars apply any C. P. It. Ticket Afjent, or J. E. PROCTOR, District Pass�MiKor Agent, Calgary. will est raining farms in great britain Canadian Government Announces Plan to Provide Agricultural Training for Soldiers the other qualifications called for by the act, will bo permitted to so upon the land without further instruction." Ottawa.-Hon. Arthur Slelghen, minister of the interior in a statement just IssTiod announced the plans under the Land Sett lenient Act for soldiers' scheme, under which soldiers will Kfiin agricultural experience and bo enabled to go on the land. The statement an follows: "Adequate facilities nre provided by the Soldiers' Settlement Hoard to en- j able men desirous of taking up land under the Soldier Settlement Act to obtain the experience and qualifications r.ecepsary. In order to utilize tlie demobilization period, which will extend over many months, a number of training farms will he established in Great Dritain. Preliminary steps have already been taken to tills end by the board in conjunction with the Edmonton-The provincial government will be asked, according to advices from Ottawa, to look Into the question of aftor-f!io war activities and to formulate its plans for public, works for a period covering at least the next five years. The aim is to pro-vldo that there shall be enough public employment to compensate for whatever shrinkage may occur in the regular channels, and to this end the federal department of labor Is asking tho co-operation of the several provincial departments, and through them tho municipal authorities in tho larger cities. Estimates of tho provincial expenditures on public works for the year ending March 2,1 next under *tho employment offices coordination act, have ako been asked for by the department at Ottawa, and it is under-| stood that Premier Stewart and his troops have made solemn entry into j Saarbur. Piosez and Moiirangan. | "In Alsace we have crossed Col1 Savrene and have installed our ad-1 vance guard at the gate; of WasscI-! heim and Molshoim. l-'urther south! we are in proximity of the Rhine, from1 ncrth of Neu Briesac, a.; far as tho! Swiss frontier. 'The peoplo Of the occupied regions; do not cease to give our troops evidence of their love of Prance." es  'anadlan department of militia and, the Khaki University. The farms will ; colleagues have taken this Information be organized as school'; of instruction I with them to the forthcoming confer-in the essentials of farming under jence at the Dominion capital. The Canadian conditions. They will provide new minister of labor has called a con-Mi intensive course of about three ' ference to de-il with labor questions months duration, th'- stall's being se-'at tho same time as the provincial lec.tcd from service men "who were-formerly connected with agricultural leaching. "A crmrae of work h.i'. been prepared at. the request, of the board by the commissioner of agricultural in-t fiction, W. J. ISI.-u-i; for u>;e both in Canada and Ureal 'irituln. it beers liltli' similarity to the regular agricultural college course being designed to teach inexperience-] men-the every day operatiens of (lie farm rather than J the scientific principles underlying ag- j rlculture. It is proposed by its means to carry the men along from a point where they know nothing of farming to a point where they .will have n sufficient working knowledge to become Molf-Bupportlng, virtually from the time they go upon tho land. Synopsis of Course "Tho following synopBiR the or.opo of the course: premiers' conference, and the whole problem of national employment and j the proposed regulations for the Dominion and provincial employment services will then be dealt with. sill 0 toll (Ppcial to lie- I l.-rviM) Ferule, Nov. IS-Owing to the fuel that a few of the outlying districts not having reported the amounts subscrlb. ed at the close of Saturday's business, tlio exact amount of the Victory Loan in tho Pernio district is not available at this time. So far as reported, the total amounts to ?2S:;,0nn, and it is expected that, between three hundred and ninety and four hundred thousand v.UI be the llnal llgures for Pernio district. Tl'.is Is it grand .showing when the fact that tho Victory Loan committee had to devote two weeks of its time ex-clusively. to the battle against the virulent attack of tho infiuenza, which had at. one time over fifteen hundred patients suffering from tho rapid spread of the epidemic is taken Into account. Many members of the commit mo were, sufferers and had to go to bed during the last week. Two '-Deaths Two deaths from the inlliienzi are to i-f port today. J. Giovanni Mariano, aged ;j7, died from pneumonia, following the inituenza. I.nt night, and the infant child of Mrs. Seville, born in tho King's Hotel, two weeks ago. died this morning having developed tno symptoms of influenza. The Emergency hospital at the Nap-anoo hotel will bo closed out tomor row, all the patients having been discharged or taken to the Pernio hospital, where all patients which develop tho influenza will he cared for unless another outbreak of the epidemic should necessitate reopening tho emergency hospital again. l'horo are several outside patients expects to get I inftftrtT ruel auuiinlstrntion. 111 nn official dis- ilUUllLJl I)atch from Washington an incroaso !Jj | jjfi ( oE $1-0I> l',PT ,on la authorized on do- y I Vila I tncstfc sizes, the revision being made Ottawa, Nov. "ID-Inquiry' at the office of the fuel controller as to new prices on anthracite coal elicited the following information: Tho price charged for antiiracito coal in Canada is based upon the prices at. the 1'nited States mines and these are fixed by the Tinted States fuel administration. In an official (lis _ ; to meet increased labor costs. Km- ! phasis is, however, placed on the fact Rase!, Nov. lfi.-Foreign Minister that the new price schedule is effect-Bauer of the Gorman-Austrian govern- ivo only on coal mined on or after meat, has sent an address to Presl- Nov. 1. Dealers in the United States dent. Wilson confirming the proclama- have been advised by the fuel atlmin-tion of the German-Austrian republic istration that the increased price ap-and expressing the hope that. Presl-; plies only to coal shipped and deliv-dent Wilson. In accordance with his ', ered after Nov. 1, upon the production principles, will support the efforts of; of which there has been paid the In-Germans in Austria to effect a union j creased scale of wages to the miners, with Germany. He points out that! Dealers in Canada should govern tliis is (lie same as supporting tho | themselves accordingly and It is sug- rlghts, of the Poles and Jugoslavs to unite tho motherlands outside of Austria-Hungary. The foreign minuter also asks Mr. Wilson to bring about an early discussion of peace preliminaries and concludes by saying that his government is constituted of representatives from all parties and has succeeded up to the present in preserving order. gested that, consumers who are in doubt as to proper billing for coal should refer the matter to the local fuel commissioner. ai-ii about 1.000 of the L'.r,0'.i who have of late been working on the railroads at ^iic, a day and board In order to earn money for their passage lioni" when (ho war is over. A great many will tie deported to their own homes as undesirables in any caso. Most of these are known German I. W. W.'s. As to naturalized citizens of enemy country origin, they will revert to their pre-war status. The view of the Minister of Justice with regard to such men is that they have never lost any of their citizenship rights, and that in refusing to allow them to vote at the last, election the Government had exercised a right It could use only against its native citizens. Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Purns Building. Corner 8th Atj, and, 2nd St. Kast, Canary, Offlro Phone M2848 Residence Phono M2077 Interne and House Surgeon. Mnnhatta.i Kyo. Par. Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, l'Jll-1914. Specialist to Calqary School Board NORMAL IN BERLIN Amsterdam, Nov. 18.-A Berlin telegram under date of Nov. 13, which has been received here, says that during 24 hours before Its dispatch not a short had been fired in Berlin and that the physical crisis appeared to be over. Order, it Is said, was maintained with an Iron hand and robberies were punished by immediate execution. At that time life In the city was returninn to normal. RE-ESTABLISH POSTAL SERVICE, INTERNED ALIENS TO GET LIBERTY e transport service London, Nov. 17.--(British .wireless j About 2,500 In Canada, Mostly Political Prisoners (Staff Correspondence of the Toronto Globe). Ottaiva, Nov. 13. - In all Canada there are about 2,a00 interned enemy aliens, to whom tho declaration ot peace will give release. As these are for the. most part political prisoners, with no criminal charges against them, the cea3ing of tho war will automatically restore them to liberty. There are at Amherst, N.S., however, a number of prisoners of war taken from German vessels at the beginning Paris, Nov. 18.-The postal service has been re-esPbllshed throughout the whole of Franco and Belgium. MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.O. Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. 280-2t; London, Nov. 19.-In normal times tho country would ho In a fever of excitement ovor tho election. Interest in politics, however, Is now submerg-Indicatos ed under the greater interest in tho ; cloefng ovents of tho war. Instruction in tho handling of: Tho political situation Is peculiar bo-horses In association with vehicles cause thero is only ono man In the and tho Implements of tlllago; in tho field and there is no concentrated op-Tnslruction and assembling of tho position to him. All factions approve common farm Implements and in tho of Premier Lloyd George's roconstiuc-npemtJon of gas engines; instruction tion plans, as far as they go. what op-in carpontoring. blacksmlthltig and position exists being divided Into two general repair work, and I" t'w plan- sections. nlng and construction of buildings; i The first Is the old Liboral organlza-instructions in farm management and tion, led by Former Premier Asquitli. tho Importance of good business which opposes tlio eloctlon as untlnie-.methods in relation to successful ly, principally because only 10 per /arming; Instruction In tho prepara- cent, of tho soldiers, according to tlioir tion of the �oll and the growing and estimates, will bo nblo to vote. They harvesting of crops. Instruction in say tho aoldlers have the greatest j thn solcctlon, enre, feeding nnd man- claim to a voice in tho sottleinont of agomont or horsos, cat,tlo, sheep, swine tho war. and poultry." j The other soctlon Is the Labor par- Two Courses In Canada. ty, which has its own program, In- "Ino*porionced men returning at' eluding the nationalisation of railways onco to Canada will bo offered two."1'11''8 other public works SU1 hrlr%^l 1, vet mt It L felt �crvico)_OurinK the war admiralty of the war. and these will bo dealt m ,, Sn ts now under safe trn"8!'0^ service convoyed by sea  witli according to the terms of peace. , that the ep idem c is, \" ^ T!o 22.000.000 soldiers with the loss at sea The interned enemy aliens are now '^m be.o'furlh'eroi Sre'k 'ot only *'291' Mor0 thiin at Kapauskasing. Northern Ontario; I Ti , wu"Vrhonh Imvo b'con closed ton9 o� n3V!l1 i,nd Tlitr>ry stores and Amherst, N.S., and Vernon, B.C. There land most of the teachers are going to,1 ^ fleot Mfl aux,,ary craft grow during the war from a! total of 2,500,Out) tons to a total of! C.G00.000 tons, while tho personnel increased from 116.000 to 406,000. ) While In 1016 ono hundred and i sixty-nine ships wero sunk by mines only 25 ships were destroyed from this cause between January 1 nnd AUCTIONEER Long experience In stock nnd farm machinery. Sales conduct,, ed ia any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Date* and Rates Call Th� Oowsley Land Agency, Leth-bririge. Phono 1809 their homos for a very much needed rest. Everywhere Greeted With Joy As They Advance Into Former German Territory September 30, this year. This has been due to tho work of British sweepers, who have steamed 1.122,000 miles during the course of tlioir operations. Tho salvage department of the navy has succeeded in salving  500 ships torpedoed by submarines or mines. Most of the vessels again were placed In commission by tho British ship repairing yards. with plans under whirh to qualify, the cht'lcfi holng optional. They may eitlwr gain experience by working with successful farmers, or ihoy may take the course outlined above at an agrlatiltural college or similar Institutions In Canada. Similar arrangements are now being concluded at two institutions and it. Is the expectation that, this course will bo offered in many- provinces by the beginning; of tho new yoar. "While In framing the course out-Hnod abovo, practical utility has been made the essential featura, It is re-oognlzed that tho best school is the well-managed farm, provldad the farmer himself is sympathetically disposed. So much depends on this aspect ot the mntter that, o, very careful selection will be made among tho �progressive farmers of tlio country, who are proparod to render public spirited gorvlco in this connection, . Will Be Follow-Up Scheme. ''It Is tho Intention to inaugurate a follow-up Hchomo with tlio cooperation of provincial agricultural departments, whereby tho men will bo advised and Instructed after tlioy go upon tho land. This plan contom-idates tho provision of local short courses dealing with tho more advanced phiisos of Instruction, similar to theso now provided for farmers and farmors' sons by tho local ro proaontatlvos of agricultural departments and by other extension services. "Attention In called to tho fact that tho programme outlined relates oniy to those inexperienced In farming. Pxperlenced mon who satisfy tho Holdlor hoard that thoy posuoss reasonable fltneaa (or farm life, and compensation to the owners. allotSdto actual needs London, Nov. 19.- (British wireless aorvicu)-"Tho allied food council composed of the food controllers of Hie United States, Franco, Italy ami Grout Britain," writes John K. Clinos, tho British food controller , in tho Times, "has allotted the world's avail-nblo food supplies, not to tho purse or power of allied nations, but according to tho actual needs as agreed upon In council. "The victualling of tho neutral nations ot Kuropo has also como within its activities. Just as a united military and naval command decldo'd tlio terms of tho armistice, so will tho allied food council, presenting u united food front, dotermlno the degree of assistance it muy be necessary to provide for the dofoated peoples and the method of providing and distributing It." Paris, Nov. 18.-Progress by French i troops advancing to occupy territory j west of tlio Uhino is traced in tho of-! I ficial statement Issued at the war of- j 1 lice last night. Tho text of tho state-! | j mont follows: ' j [ "Our troops continue their march j tiil.i morning and are being received with grovlng onthuslasm by the populations ot the occupiod territories.' ! Tho enemy has abandoned enormous ;  quantities of material; locomoties, j ' l-iillroud cars, automobiles and magazines of nil sorts. Thousands of] French, Russian, Kngllsh and Italian prisoners are entering our lines from Gorman prisons. Their coudition is indescribable. "in Belgium we have, passed the railroad running between Beauruln and Florciivlilo. Further east wo havo roached the line of liolfiigne, Bertrlx and Stiaimont. Our troops aro also in the Jaiuolgne region south of "Neuf Chateau. "In Lorraine wo havo occupiod St. Marie-aiix-Chesnos, on tho south bank of the Nled rlvor, and aro on the road toward Stavold. We are in tho region of the heights of tlio Saur. Our LEMON JUICE WHITENS SKIN Girls! Make beauty lotion at home for few cents Squeeze tho Julco of two lemons Into a bottle containing threo ounces of Orchard While, shako well, and you havo a quarter pint of the best bleaching and skin whitening lotion, and complexion bcautlfior at very, vory small cost. Your grocer has tho lemons nnd any drug storo or toilet counter will supply throe ounces of Orchard Wltito for a fow cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into tho face, nock, arms and hands each day and ^oc how tan, redness, sallowness, sunburn and wind-bum disappear and how clenr, , soft and rosy-white the akin becomes. Yea! U is harmless.-Advertisement. UNCONVENTIONAL IDEAS in monuments find us ready to carry them out to the last do-tall. If you have an Idea for a memorial of unusual character come and seo us or havo us call and seo you. We feol sitro wo can soon convince you of our ability to produce perfectly in stone, tho Idea you have la mind. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Werkt R. Needa, Prop. 8th Street & CANADA FOOD BOARO LICENSE NUMBER 2-0. f reel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon ho here eafl bring with it the cold woather. Have your furnaces overhauled by us. Expert work-Hot air furnaces work ft spo cially. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St > Lethbridge, Alta. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransfcrCo. Limited ta�4, P. ft. FrelfM PHONM mm.......UN ItaMe* .......... L. A. H. Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer Day or Night Service to Any Train When Called. PHONE 1869 Retldence 922 2nd Avenue South Tractor Repairs We special!** la rebortng fas tractor cyltndera, and fitting oversize pistona and ringa. Wo have In stock at present overslio pistons for all popular makes of gaa tractor*. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1rt Ave. 9. BROS. Phone 17S3 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot mil kind*. Agents for Uie WocM famoua Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. IS 4th Avenue fox SM Phone 73S NO LIVES LOST. Cnmpbeilton, N.H., Nov. 19.-Hotel Dion Hospital and tlio Sisters of Charily convont school aro in ruins hero after a flro which broke out last night. No livos \voro lost. Thirty patients In tlio hospital wore removed to nearby churches. * Tho loss is placed at 000, covered by insurance A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain and other field products pass annually through the City of Lethhridge. RJr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE. ETC. HEAD OFFICE, 3t5 FIFTH SThEET 9. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 1S43 AUCTION SALES I have boon favored with Instructions from tho following gentlemen to sell by Public Auction at tholr respective places. Dates Will Be Advertised When Ban Prohibiting Auction Sales is Lifted. A. R. W0CKN1TZ, 30-6-22, near Magrath. An oxtra fine bunch of nuro bred and grade Porchoron horses, cattle, pigs, farm implements, etc. W. H. JENKS, 33-10-22, near Nobleford. Some fine work horsos and brood mares. An exceptionally good' herd of milk cows, pigs, farm implements, household furnlturo, etc. W. F. HOPKINS, Hardieville. Some fine niatchVd teams of horses, cattle, farm implements, household furniture, etc. Also two dwelling houses and lots. GEORGE P. PORTER 327 11th Street S. Auctioneer Phone 1992 Keforenco-Thoso from whom I havo beon favored with sales. 320 Acres in the Warner District Half under cultivation, good house and other buildings, all fenced, well, for 133.00 per acre. Horses and machinery Included, $rr>00 cash, balance halt crop, interost 7%. CHAS. T. COUSINS _8KIFF, ALTA. FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prlcea Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. 8. 284-0 % Please nptifjj SecV Veterans' Club Phone 372 J (Elf A' HERALD WANT AD 03 857728 ;