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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE, U-nUJUlDQK DAILY llEfUU> Tl KSDAV, NOVEMHEH Iff, 1018 She Xetbbrifcoe tberalb Xetbbrtboe, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers The lethbridge herald printing company, LIMITED 323 0th Street South. Lethbridge W. a. Buchanan ' President and Managing Director John Torrance - - Business Manager I jiidcment, too --- ' %viln larRP business experiene TELEPHONES 11 Business Office ............. Editorial Office ............ problems are the returned soldiers, the employers of labor iind the labor organizations. When Uiey got their heads together an effective schome should be evolved. A practicable scheme Immediately adopted may en-oble Alberta to replace Its bravo soldiers in civil life, without the difficulty anticipated. The provincial government in pl.ic-�ing a returned soUler in the position of labor commissioner, shows sound Mr. Mitchell is a man hav- The Problems of Peace ARTICLE No. I. Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered.-per week ..... Dally, delivered! per year ..... Daily, by mail, per year ....... Weekly, by mail, per year ..... Wookly. by mail, per year ro U.S. j "The I'robliins of Peace" Is not n mere nlUternttvo phrase io bo glibly tittered. They are words of Intense Import at the prt> -ill lime- I'''1'" "'e problems of per.ee are not constructively and judleiounly solved they ninv ! well hecomo the perils of peace. This particularly applies io the problem ' which is the foremost anions those with which wo axo today confronted. This problem starts when demobilization begins. How to handle our flRhtltiK men has distinctively become the problem of (he twentieth century. The .world, though not to the same extent and in the same measure, has had to face the samo problem before. For there have been wars eier since tne. earth became an Inhabitable planet The problem, heretofore, has never been, nor evon attempted to be solv-i ,,, ,,,,, ,,.,.. , . . , led. 'This is the experience of history with regard to soldiers after wars. 1252 | ",K '�'n >OP �C ( a,Bary l0r a cou" ! Th,. student of history will toll us how ancient Home, In trvic-K to get away 1224 ! p!l> of ,,'ril,:: '"or a '.iiue he was sec- ] from the problem of what to do with tho fighting men after their occupation i rotary of the returned*" soldiers' or- j gono for the time, found the samo for them by starting another wnr. In irosi- ! olllor 1,11 soldiers were left to look after themselves. This they did by ' pillaging, as even our own early history' relates. Our last experience in regard to soldiers after the war was when the South African war came to a close. Every otio familial- with the experience uows the hard feelit B ICKED UP IN ASS1NG �S?H�5� $7.f.U 54.00 $1.50 $2.00 Dates of expiry of subscriptions appear dally on address label. Acceptance of papers after expiration-date is our authority to continue the subscription. I ganizatiou at Calgary ami that tion enabled him to get the soldiers' point of view. With these except im;- I al (nullifications Mr. Mitchell should prove to be a real factor in directing ] the soldiers back to civil life in this j province. The Toronto Socialists who never fought and protested against fighting, now want to rule. I'OH 'I'lIB lll'HV M.iN Gait, Ont., now claims a population I of 12.C58. ! Aid. Cluts. Wilson is a possible may- � oralty candidate In Kdmonton. i Detroit Is shown to Imve a papula- i Hon of OSfi.ti'.tit according to the l!U8 j city diroctory. j C. (). McNeil. Moose .law. has been appointed Dominion secretin y- of the Great War Votoran.s. Lieut. liOttie V. Nicholson, son of which the treatment of tho men in Great. Britain: o.eo. U. Nicholson. M.l\, Chaploau, aftc-r th.it war ooe.islotieil through hardslilps in tho way of unemployment they Ont.. was, killed lit action, h.ul to meet and, in many cases, unjustifiably had to meet. In Camilla we j 1 J. H. Dawson has been appointed I Ex-Kaiser fiill isn't a welcome sue? in Holland. About as welcome as polecat at a wedding feast. A MEMORIAL TO THE FALLEN Tt is"not too early to begin the consideration of the character of the monument Lethbridge will erect in memory of the men from this city who gave Up their lives in tho great war. What form wlil It take, a shaft of marble J or granite or a public building for the enlightenment of the people? We favor a memorial on the Gait Gardens, a public library tor instance, erected by the people through voluntary contributions. Adorning its entrance could be placed on tablets or brass the names of the fallen In our judgment really Bo better memorial to the men could ' --- be erected. Other citizens may think Medicine Hat took seven crowns, differently. Let us have the views i Shake. We're glad that the crown reef citizens expressed through the col-i cord went to our neighbor;, to the timns of the Herald. In that way can j east. They worked hard and did mag-he gathered together the different I nificently. and then�on the mayor's initia- ' - 1 f.uv.l the prriii-mi which, however, in its nature wns hardly a problem, com-; par> il with what wo have to face today, by the granting of scrip. : Today, how-over, the jxisition is tot- | the crying call of Canada today. lu 'ally different, in the fact that tho clr- j the way that call is answered will be oumsianecs are totally different. To-j the success, or otherwise, of tho prob-day wo have to see that the exper-. lem of demobilization- il of other times and other na-|---------------- - Hons are not repeated. If we allow them to occur then, truly, shall we he robbed of the fruits of victory In hav- , iiiK to faro what may he justly said : tc be tho perils of peace which from GREAT RECORD OF And now let's get rid of the 'flu. get the 'flu ban lifted, and get business back to normal once more Having subscribed so much money for bonds. Mayor Hardie has decided to go after taxes with a big stick The German fleet "came out" Mon- months in the Kiel harbor? E stipendiary magistrate Wright and district. for W.iln- Tlev. Knther Vnclion, parish pviest-of North Hattlefonl, Sask., dlud from, influenza. Dr. Russell K. Iloyle. cousin of Hon. i John H. Hoy!)\ died of Influenza nt j Alliance, Alberta. Alderman Reeve announced that ho would he a candidate for the mayoralty of Chatham. Lieut. Hugh Dennis, grandson of tho j late Judge Clark, of Cobourg. died nt j Lashburu. S'ask. ', G. M. Weir has been appointed principal of Sh.skatonii Normal school, atnl vice-principal. : Sorgt. S ||. Uo*�. of the AIM', died from iiiflueir.ii at Grand 1'niirie He wus a South African war veteran. idea.i tive a meeting can be held, the plans discussed and the favored one settled m>on. It was hardly fair for our own G. Bill's ex-crown to fill Medicine Hat's last demand. He might have saved it for Lethbridge. the wearing OF the *FLU mask There is tho man. who objects to Wearing the mask. We couldn't expect ttthetwlse, for wo don'i look for - a �world where everybody accopts new Ideas and new orders without protest. To those who wear masks complacent- t ly lt> the belief they tiro helpful, we j �iuote from the medical correspond- j ent of the London Times: j One of tha simplest precautions- I but it require? courage-is to wear a i small mask mada of gau?e and tied { across tho mouth. Those who have 1 dared to do this have largely escaped I Indications are that the 'flu ban infection, becauso tho danger -vms ' "ill be lifted this week. The organ lire caught in tho mask, an' so\do ; izatlor. perfected in the elty to *igV. not penetrate to tie thrc.t. Thai,,,, ,,M . . , ., ' -nvjsk must cover tho nose. ' I,ht has done noble work, and TfcU 13 a high authority. Then wo. !,ho members of n are to be eon grain-find In another Qiglista paper, an II- jluU>l1 lustration showing Lloyd George, walking along a street, with a 'flu mask want (if realizing" we shall find our-s. Ives unable to combat. In the return of our soldiers \v -It.ill have to deal, so far as the Km-pire, as a whole, is concerned, with ': millions. In our own country wo shall j have to deal with many thousand.'. London. Nov. 17.- (British wlroless The problem vitally affects every part; service).-Tho Hritish air force is o: our Empire and. considering the. keeping pace with the German wlthj proportion of nun who have enlisted.! drawal and has made most satisfactory j \\^\y Asseltvin every individual in each portion. Tho; progress toward the Rhine. a mini- problem, therefore, is not only the ber of airdromes which were In the! patrol Sergeant Archibald Robins, problem of govt rnments but a human hands of tho enemy last Monday are 1 former member of the Itegina police .problem In which each one of us is j now the headquarters of their flight, force, was killed in action In France. day. Wonder how the North Sea : directly interested. [reconnaissance and bombing squad-! ___ looked t0 them after so many long- !n " previous article we �poke of' rons. Meanwhile, the work of carry- the necessity of maintaining the spirit lng out the aerial terms of the nrmis-of service and sacrifice that the war tiee proceeds. The clause by which brought forth. It is necessary to refer Germany surrenders I'.ono airplanes to this again, particularly with n  has been accelerated ''>' 'he work of gard to the eoininc home of our the Royal Air Fore". To estimate the hoys. We are. of course, anxious to military moaning in giving up 2,000 have the.-i h-irk as soon as possible, airplanes account must be taken of i t'n"'"jf(."'l'na |';, t,0'g' tartv This in-ans a sp -dy demobilisation ihe heavy losses of Germany prior to! " which cannot but a�-,-t':itti:t'c the dir- the armistice. j f:culti-:'s facing us. The sudden return In tffe past five months, in which 1 o; met! from the front will mean a  occurred the heaviest air fighting In ce::grc. he careful �;to machine* drlva d--wn out of con-no; to for,-,, the hands of our author- trol. many of whi destntctlon selves and til'ir families have to he , wrought by French aid American nvl earned. Hard feelings are bound to ators. be fh'-rehy arous. Mis i Rey i (; Morton, til. (if 11. lievdle, left home with the fntMitloii of going to i bur h Nothing futiln- was heard of her null] la t w.-eV, wl-.-n (in- t.edy was found floating lu the river. The I'ttlted LutlVr.in chun I:  In America tun amalgamation of Hire" Lutheran bodies i x. as incorpor.ii, .1 itf New York. More than l.'aie del. gates from tl.at i:nnnti-y unit Canada ratllied the im-rR'-r. The epidemic of Spanish influenza M. 8. "Mlddloton', provincial hortlcul has takeii the lives oi four priests nf mi-ist, anil II. O. Engllih, chief 1nnpec the ariiolloccse of Reglnn. The first t,ir ()f thn soil and corps division, with to pass away wan Father A Sulfa, the II, ('. government ,havo reslKnml. pastor of St. Marys ehurch. Rcgina: Mr. Mlddieton has been with the rhv Father llolvln, chaplain of the Grey eminent for the last 10 yoats. He was Nuns' hospital, died m I'minli. -Ahi- at first assistant horticulturist In the ther he had gone to minister to the Nglson illstrlc and' 18 months ae > tick and dying: Father L:!� rt. of St. un� advanced to the head of tL^ Hubert's mission to :ir Wbitewood. branch of agricultural work .X.-'^P was a third victim :':el Father 11 no' nrovlnce. He Intends enRagldaj of Maple Creek, was the fourth 'fruit ratu'iinK Lethbridge takes off its hut to Medicine Hat. Wo raised more money but the Hatters get mort crowns. Hu: then what ean you expect of a town with such a natito? covering hla mouth and noee. To those of us who wear the mask without mnrmurlne it Is cheerinis to know that wo have the company of llatlnguished people and the advice of distinguished medical men. Calgary claims to have had the greatest Victory Loan organization in the west. With one eye on 'heir additional crowns, both .Medicine Hat and Lethbridge exclaim in chorus: "We should worry." A GREAT ACHIEVEMENT FOR CANADA Canada's achievement in inn Victory Ixtan is remarkable and gratifying. In the midst of the campaign the war came to an end and the people seemingly relaxed from war effort. Nevertheless the Victory Loan has been The cosmopolitan character of ("nited States army is evidenced by the fact that recently of the men cited for the Distinguished Service. Cro.-s, one man wag born in Austria,'another in Germany and a third was u New York Chinaman. A I'. F. A. local proposes a fanner*' plendldiy oversubscribed, a tribute 'slllk0 IO b>"ing about a reduction in to Canada's faith In Its future and an j,ho ^riit. Probably the high protec-apresslon of its serious determination i ti�ni�ts would yield rather than starve to properly care for the soldiers when for ,b0 litck of foodstuffs, it is to be tncy return. Canada's Victory Loan , ��I>�'nl without the adoption of drastic not only fought and won but that at j measure's the end of It all, we were so satisfied i - -with our course that we staked our j The ba,> 13 (,fr "*e �l �iil>stl-jnoney on tti� country and the men i Um" Hul ,hnt doesn't mean that that were able to do it all. The achievement is all the more Vleaaing, because it was gained in the face of obitacles. Apart from the armlatlce being signed, a week before. Canadians Hhould grow reckless about tho use ofe baginnin* until the end. In some ! of filling them hav.- first i-l-ilm. : The r-'-orgaiilziug and ihe adding to be pra-ticaliy the hriad ba-kel of th" v-or!d. The warrilit; nations wil] have to he fed This will oriioarily lie tn>-dllty of llie Ilrllinh F.mpire aiu| of the I'nlted Slates. That risiionslbility we : shall not shirk, hml therein a groat duty 'rests with Canada. Activit> and expansion in this direction will be one of the solutions of the demobilization t'-'1 llritaiH found the lioy.il Flying Corps with only four sous iron, ;,iul well below loo machine* Three squadrons were .machine > and drove down I"-others nil: of eotitrol, with tde loss o.' is machines. Thus in one day in U'ts th* Royal Air Force accounted for more machines than the llrittsli had In France In September, pan A Itratiduti uinl! iia.'.y. Sa>-k . aid t'-U; to Carroll. Man. a ilistam.....' :t:ai" tnil- �. taking Hi" body of a "flu" victim Hum K.ierhajy to ChtoI; '�>, liar la! ie,n rat id until on Oct. Ish a .'men' ilestroyi-d '" 'l'1-e P i I., i i ollilltlll ABILITY TO PAY ) Wa.-hii.gio:-., ,\'ov IS. Mttidy :�! Herman-'> finan. ial �lluitlon has been undertaken by government aRencies (}|, here with a view to throwing light mi the ability o it: � Hi-rmaii nation to i Pav big Minus a- rcpaiation for ib-vas t.Ulou of Invaded countries, unofficial report*- indicate ihut tJeriiiiiny's na tionai db', represented mainly by v.'iir honns hold within tho empire, is now loa.-ly $ |;>, i.eo.mtu.tiun, or more tlr-:i tv.m fifths of the estimate! national weaPh of eight)' blllioiiH. .-'Ithiiitgh there lias been no official �iiiteiunci'iin-nt in- intimation of the ' itfgtegi.te ali'.litlilt Which the illllCs i will i-xpiM y (ii-nuany to pay. it i^ ci-r lain to run into hillnms of ilnllrtrj and i-rceasarlly the i"i imi of piymeiu nnii-.i aecord with (Jerinany'a alillity to |>:�y Thi- atii'.ty will lie measured by the ration's power revive her pn.ee time i.eiuMrics and trade mid to tax i till- for t late puri->.*�ts>. i The victorious allies will not con I'- til tiieli,^el\ e:. pi' iHirt 11V, ii I,'. t'C i a : e' e.a: el e w ,U1 1 . .le- ' lioo.ll Ijl tile Itegllla iik.p :.- ' ;t i|u.- ' o '.> in-from t.inia r ,-.n -.tmi  to it--, th- ;r prop- rty during .he p.ist fm rn'ii.Tl-.s having i%rei-il.i| anything  \p.); >v C. (Jrnv, of the Jeps.ni j*fr--i Hep list church. Niagara Kalis. Out. has iiccptci call to the p.islnrate of iino � Avvitni" liapth-.t church. Wind sor. sue.ceding Rev W. A. A-diiiiore � who resigned M'V'-ral month' a-;� ,\ im>veHi' Iit to raise ?fi"......1 n.i i fund to be il� vot'-d to science and r' to f 1 v�� munths' ionise in ariHuitural ami him-n-hold eo-iKe fie- ho) s .mil girls from 111" iural itl3trl 'o Hug iii.teiiiier, tor hi,.,p!:a!itv -hirin-v her nwi largely .'.atiiiiud iteriial debt, sincn this is I REVOLT OF TROOPS lima sea,"ii for "our -1� I - -11 -' old children" from Cunai'a, Australia. New Zealand and Smith .Afrie.i Tin-p'.M.CA. biisiiip-i'itv e'Miimitiee co operatintr with the ministry of iufor - matioii in making the nc ess.iiy nr-11 uiigemeMb MOVINCIAL GOVERNMENT MOT WAITING TIME The .reconstruction problem is not %0 be trifled with by the Alberta gov-roment. The promptness displayed ^0 calling conference of the organ-iutfona interested in the Wfelfare of ^aa) returned soldier, is creditable to premier Stewart. Time cannot be pTMted in solving the problems that us,- and the peoplo to solve the soema a pity to dibhand it. Couldn't It be used in handling peace problems? MessrB. Tooln and Murnocb and their colleagues did great work. Can:idu needs men of their capacity lu '.mud-Hug the big affair!) of the countr/ The fact that a Mennonite was elected in Manitoulin in the recent hye-olectlon in Ontario, must not be taken to mean that the Mennonites held the balance, of power in the riding. The Federal riding of Fast Algoina, according to the cen.sns of 1!�11, has a population of -14, homo town, yen-! - - j have to he thought out to "meet the terday. lie. was the fir�l Frenchman [ The Chinese cabinet lias appointed! new conditions witli which we are'1" >i-a- i.'()r ,ririiiiii�i'r:� i. ?id iiiganmatlo not as other urmies have been. .They are distinctively composed of civilians who took up anna as ap interlude to peaevd'ul occiiiiftiou >. To a very great j.rojinrtloii of them there will Better Babies A cuiistijiauiil infant begins life heavily luudicapped. Constipation means infinitely more than mere failure of the bowels to move leRiilavly ami thoroughly. It meant stag, nation of waste nutter, production of irritttU and poisonous .snlistatuis, ami llieir ahsoiplion into tht h'.ooil by which thcry are carried all over the. body. Cells are poisoned, gtowlh interfered with, and  soil p.eparcd iu which n?nu� of disease easily take root iiiul develop. Constipation in infancy is 9 bad habit, lmt giving an it fant dru^s to force the bowel* to move is a crime. A baby ii like a bud-both may easily be bhr ted. Tlii1 Ntijol Treatmei-.t for Constipation is not only absolutely huvinlcv., lint in in the hinhtat degree cftirici:;. Xujol is nut a dia^, docs not act like any ilrujj. Nujol lieljes Mature to overcome the liad habits \>/ rc-cstalilisliini; tutural, ca.iy, thorough bowel evacuation, us regular r.s clockwork. Kverv drop of Nujol taken into tin- luniy counts oi�t of the body. Ru'. in its passage through the inttstt-i.ul canal, it lccvj-i the bowel contents soft and moist, makes it e.i.-ier i'or the intestinal inusctes to act, ab-su:', *�!�* WU> '*''(/  lx.lltr> |.r�nuK tlit Numt Tr4tl� Murk. Itikutuu Niijul. \ on nuy .-.'.,,'/.-# from �ui ^t.ua�> Stmt for Imhucti-.t Jh-ohlet CHARLKS r.YDE & SON' P.O. 1Uk 873, Montrc�l f .1 . � 1 \ s in.uin: * o t .-. 1 � t u * Nujol Laboratories STANDARD OIL CO. ("NEW JKRSEY) nkw york citv Regular e� Clockwork' �';Ula ill IC:ikloinl. incluiloti the town of HiialilitiK. Ooa. lllllhun'ti liirthiilai-e. Tho gallant 110i-dicr, however, Iiuk (IccllmU tho honor. ;