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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19.1918 Till-; L;??liBKIlH,r. DAILY HKKAU) *> MORNING ? : * : * : * > ? ? ? h rr;nd your heart, That. God ha.-; given to ynn the prtcelesH dower To live. In these great times?, and bear your part In Freedom's crowning1 hour; That yu may toll your sons who see till! liKht, IMkU In the heavens-their heritage to take-"I iniv tin; powers of darkness put to flight; I saw the morning break " -Owen Sen num. in "Punch " * > :� > :  C PERSONAL * > * : > �: : : : : * * : : ? > ? : : : * : : : : : * : : : Last week Miss Vera Kennedy, whose iiiairiai;e to Sir. Allen MefJInnJ.s took pl-ve yesterday, wan presented with a Handsome cut glasx valor set from the maff of the Hudson'* Hay. of which company she had been a valued member for over four year?. Tho pro-MMitation was mad" by the. manager, Mr. Smith.   � ->  '.- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES soon as pmwlhle.   o The trustees of Wesley Methodist cjiurcli nre called to inert on Wednes- day evening at eight o'clock in tic naator'H study. Very impfirtant bus! nnss.   * ? ::?:":: Tho C'enlral WC.T.l'. have opened up n free rest room at. SIS :ird A\e. .South, which will be in charge, ot Mr Chns. MacKay. Ii Is hoped (ha! later a lunch may be served to the tin - in ��� girls of the city, and that this may be the nucleus of a "V." At piesent then-arc several rooms to let to the girl.-ns loggings. Anyone waiting lor a iar or having an hour to spend will be mode welcome, to drop in and enjoy a little rest mid music. The room:-will he supplied with hook;; and iii.um-zines. For further information apply to Mrs. ("has. Mac Kay. 1'lione 17>7. TO STAY THE PLAGUE : ? '" i day, their parents, many of ih'-m. reme.tnber the time v.!,. a n gaerlficial I wedding was c.elebi-;ri d in tlie home-lantT In an effort. io i;r. tin- ravages or cholera, or mine .is r j-!:'-".it". 1 Till: strnllgU weildia;, r,.] imikiiiv u :i ' soon last week for >.. in-..,r time in Western Canada, and ;;ie 'ihu: was I laid In Winnipeg. Willi the. Htrnnge �' ho- nf a ,-e:nr : tery, Winnipeg,�� .....-.fiei.ii v.,-diMnr, ' wn� a ceremony > 1 -�".� . = i! mul ivieril. Hundreds of faitli!':;. i . >,r,.w; ov. r llielr heads. Ilin bridge .,,,| i-i;,,,,,, u-.re united In holy imi:-nvniy. The usual marriage n-,- VK1^ rhanl-' ed according lo t)e -t.Hi.-v .lewls'n , emtotiis. anil soft : : . w jih :;n .de-ment. oi' mystic'. \%.-irdii�,. '.vas I card. | A funeral, whic!- � : . ; --ti'ry towards Hi" � 'n u; the we-1-illng. emphasized " : - and doliii* of tile :%� � ' i.-l nil' 1 rl.ir.-' (.ei-eiiio'iy. and in e!.- r -n't' , more iliffli-ult. for the t  tin � in $l.l."i. Ask It in- iia n'l white  Ii i- time hi' .seclU- 'l to n-o ; . " ' .iii� i� r i:et I -in  n"!;:>�!��  i ". lip Hi 111" '�-i;-'! , si � ,i-,'i.in:.: for i: : on iii" c,'||. i .1 .1 d".iter line.. I -"! veil llllv ! �� � i ti.,i > e; , re.i' ' - i'- : i"ii e lev !*: .cid � i in ie 'I Ml. ..� '." ' e|,' , ii*  -md 1" pnii'td 'i- ;-i...-.-.. l-ii- ii ' - '� 'rll|i :'i '> i. l.idl-loll. Nov. 111. The entire politic.ll .--itnatlon in Austria is provNioii ; ai. according lo a vicii!ia ill^paleli to the Daily Ma'I. dated Nov. II The pniitiial cimilit ions. :>t present. \ i! is added, depend largely nn food i-oii'lil inn:', and any govt rnm"iit able In -.iipply food f^robiibly would b" able 'ii p.i��-> any m";isiir".-". it wished. into Haiier. the new foreign wn-i-. t-iry m' tlie Ijerinan-Au iirian republic a ml lb" giivi-rnineul's iinivi::t: spirit.' �\i'-lle, tn join live lii'iman fedei-.ilion end prohahlv will carii ihi-- plan nut if in- can g.-t f-ioil for tlie pi i,pie. The cot I-e-pilll'len' dies nol believe-ti:�re i-� ,-iny (?,irig".'* ni l!oIsiievis-m, : i|!i!e : the food supply i ail.-. Tlie rtil'-ri of the n|,l Amlrlan ntaie, tin- i nt ;'� pomPi:' cnui inues. iiave disappeared as have i!ie generals who )i-d the iiinile s Koriiier l-iinpi-ror t'harles is virtually a pri-ntiev at. Kckartsaui with his r-ulle The Amtrlan arch- I duke- are Mattered about the i-nun-' trv and "nobody knows anything about them and lioliody -m-iii-; tn i a: e FEDERAL POLICE Law Foit-e Ke(|ttiie(i to .Maintain Order Aftor Do-mobilization BORDEN, FOSTER, Tnl'illltl :- !..f l " I e�;iH||i|i-la i Kloll" i oraw... N,v. I... For t,,- main- j teiiain ' of order in Canada iincr the ' ii"iinibill/..ii ion period i- c-mcliuled c,ii\,'rniiieii; , in ,at brieve 111;i Canada ha, e".-.on;rli IInniinloii i'i, The Coat Sale Coetkee Splendid Coats of Velour, Twoed. Plush and Fur-Selling this week at figures that sound like old time prices. 1NEST WOOL VELOUR COATS $29.00, $35.00 and $40.00 WARM SOFT CHINCHILLA COATS $25.00 and $30.00 HEAVY IRISH FREIZE COATS $26.00, $29.00 and $32.00 SERVICEABLE TWEED COATS $19.00, $22.00, $25.00 and $29.00 SALT'S SILK PLUSH COATS $35.00, $39.00 and $45.00 SWELL FUR TRIMMED PLUSH COATS $40.00, $45.00, $50.00 to $69.00 WnTlMtNTdt VELOUR CLOTH FUR TRIMMED COATS $39.50, $45.00 and $49.00 115.00 VERY FINE QUALITY RAT COATS :,0 iiicliun long, nailn lined. Regular value |1&0.00. Special ut .....................v.......................... EXTRA FINE DARK RAT COAT Heave.- collar and etiffg. Swell belted �tyle. full dkirC, bebt fuuey linings, ci inchea long. Regular value 126500. Selling thtft �)OA AA �week at .................................................. 6�?*UU EXTRA FINE DARK RAT C0A1 Hiiiue iiuulliy as ahove only with Canadian racoon collar und cuffs. Kegular value $200.00. price this week 170.00 BEAUTIFUL COAT OF HUDSON SEAL �15 inches long, very full skirt, eitra deep collar and cuffs very best fancy Hiilngs, a pcii! .,:".-i:d "n-p�:u e i-nllf Tetice. -\. . ,- i -ai'.-.l nntil ItlidlllK'll Slltldny a' I "in �'..nl" ut iteril.iy mi th" ^:   ; �. ti>r-i|i!)i> .'!;>l il.nle, : � :r '.In, :> il Inn in! 11'p.i' i '.a' ma ni t'.\v. '--iti I: mil i in � U'-i-n (ii.i |iai:'"l,le l'n-:aii-; i.a -. ,1 i.e.i , v: ;t the i ,,r it-i- �a: � .lllllll't '.'Ii''. rtH'n til"' lieillt.ll. I'.l' i ic and |-;t:.!,a . and 'h -. . " .-i . t-'llibi A illV Ii.!' II.i ntll.i "be I .'!....!: ,:i i-iiliilH-l |u!!l: Ii-i , ha I ..ii Hi I � � i-- -> Willi (Jen ;;:iai-- and !:.. :; S;; l-e e �* Mo"i|iii and iiiMirei' i'.e!, � a�', a 1 i-vl llieel Ills- ni I tin ||II|H  iV. tt.lt llli-l Sir l.'.er.-e Peril-1 Cat... Ii.,i, \\\y.\\ i'i.iitii' ;-'i.ir In I'.:,,.i ii.il. .a-;erd..> i 'Hi!"-i: "1 wIUi rilr !;'|i:ic a I'I i realeil thru lion �. Imr it jio>-it inn linn-it r uiiij* i la- de,! P..lie. �l�i"e- . 1.it l,i 111 �II' :. �rat i.i. \i I ill'' '.film differ - han '1 v t'ulllliatel.l I.Uinlleil .1 l|l.!llil|i. It 1.1. 11  '. i.ira: mil '�! |ie.lll. C.e '. .1 'in 'l W lie.-ji mi ili.|.tnidi..l. .'.Ml.. el!'-  lllilfdeil r. em ni or til' .Miilliir> A i'i al-o I'll ii.u U Into I iii .if.i.i'i.iti tiiritij.; i ';' ef In .in,- ...-HI I)'" �ii: it em i ha' ,u ; :ii:;. . e 'n; -I'.-illt'tie. . I ill ! � ill I'" 11 - > 1 � i KI'eallT ll'et V Itll .l;.-i>.!;UU- t li.l'i't.i i. Illl'l'i u; pop | la li. > el, . nlii.l pi'i'Veni ! I.v i ' .,,-lpill Wile 11 "Keep the Little Ones Warm!" WE ARE PUTTING ON A SPECIAL SALE of INFANTS' & CHILDREN'S BEARSKIN COATS at $4.99 The ii-Riilar jit ii- of tln-.-'e la-i year wa� $".���) and on thU vi-ar'!" market they aie w oinlerfnl value The xb.es are from ti inonthi in i year-'. Some i,r(. made "Minoire" style with .1 lurfie sailor collar fin- l-hed with jillk tir.ii.l. Another model ha� ;v tall collar to button elnmdy round the lieck Then there nne witli a li'dtetl hack-lu fact all the very daintiest inotlel.i. See Them in the Window INFANTS'BONNETS & CAPS In knitted wool and silk and wool--louie are all white, 'ither.* with HliRlit louche* i>r jilnl. or blur. Tlion thore nre liriir.iklii-i to mulch ill" coal*. The nir'ilai vr.lue up tn $1 fii). All One Price . . . WLRON TO PEACf CON- rcRCNCi: \v. en 1. i.it. 1 110 a . i - 1 ni" - '. III! I � ar; -1 at al Not Hi*  �� 'he i'.-l.r.'.i Poll fi'�V ail.i [ill lie!�,-e;i. i- i.'l lii.H aliv  i|. .'i poll 1 .-.ited r-h -a'-l l'..i\ pen,.1., ^uiiil.ti-tili-d ParN, N.n march uinlej ihe clime ut '.I and i-hief ira,' hiiyn t!.i- Ma.1: It i.-, utni." r-nglund. it.ii' Prince a'.etk.ue Wilson and -i ing the Mikaii tatlvvn of lit and Eolith ai nrtnicni. It iti said 1! sciited by :t 11 fought in ii'.-the war ' When iilill-d ItmipH 1. Arch nf Tiiumiih a' . :>.r, iil'.it-il eri l^im - '. 'airs. Will he pie ell'. . � ed iu.1i the kir-k- nl Iti-lgium an 1 r-> i \ i.. I.-: of Ureece. Pn-ideiil royal prince ruinH-sen: u und ot'.iclal vi'iiri'si-w-' t.a I'orlimal Hitnunia i.eric.m liiati-s will he '..�'. C-u-il Will til' It'll! a. I. I frfilllelit Whit tl h.li .11 1-1 nouihif bail I.i- of is' . .,' t - t>!c ii. -al.ii Mai lend. Nov 111. Till' town uf Mac leoil bus wmi ii=> appeal in th.. >uie renin court of Cuiuiia 111 the hiiit .is itiiirtl -Mrs- A M. Caiupbi'll lor tave* TIliH suit was oppci*ed by Mrs Camii bell on the ground of overaiiiii'ssuifni Hit claims were upheld by tho iria! Judge. Mr Justice Ives, and al-io by the uppcllatt' court of Albirlu, Inn the dDcision was r.iveraed at Ottawa .MiDonfihl. .Martin ami McKeiuie acted for tho town and W. Si. Campbell for Sirs Cumlihell- BIG WAVE NEARLY 'ihrie Itivers. Quo, .Nov. i�i.--ThreateiU'il at tiu: aame time with dc Hiruciio'i boib by a "conflagration and a Kreat wave, the small town ot liatis-can was nearly destroyed today. I Tlio tide started rising during the night and at lo o'clock this liiorntug a largo part of the Moiitival-Qyotmc jirovim-iiU hiehway was wuBhed out. TelegrttVh aud telephone poles nru down ou stretch of tiiany acres aud a I numbnr of Uoiii'ui nre surroutided by .Mniinled tl i'na.ul.l It i- .-ir.'. tiiidy vi ule ill4i-retioii th.iiiii riven liu- Mniltlli'd I'll'! " l)i|i> of llie Iliailli nl.ie.t- 1,' ill, police wuiliil be Si d.-.'.l i'iil!(l,i!i!!i and etfectiv.-ly v.i'!li a!.\ nrK,-iiii/.niu:i� or iiiilividiialit try-j 'nr. in iiiliie.e I'.ii-H' i-liiln by menu* '.if .-aboiiiK*" or te/|orii.in I'rojia C.iihI 1 .if Dial nature ian iliuite tr�-ii!.-ri.:nheadway, 1: t� Htated, ailiilllif the I'ir.'ISII  letlli-nl of the imputation, and iimollK*'. workers 111 , 1 ,.;-l.,:ii indtiiifl ii's j Canada's Humiliatniy Situation. I '! i-t will ri'iii.-mlier the a- -mssiiia mm of ChaiiK. .Milliliter nf the In-�.".lit for " tin* l hiui'M' ltepubllc, at; Vnturu. Hi', when 011 a mission to tin- I'niicd St-i'.es iiiut this country Wong, tin- man who did the, ' lU'irlcr, was u iniinlicf of a Chinese Sationjlifl LiaKli.-, nf which there are many innnbcrs in Canada, and �liu a wi-r." orsaiilie.l to belli Dr. 1 Suit Ya*. Sen �> insurtt'ctiiiii nRaiiiHt ii,- Itepublic when it di-i Inrcd v.ar a^aiu-i Ceriiiiiny. Caiiailit was .irked In provide Do ; mliiuiit Poliie for auoinor Knvoy ' who fear- attempls aiiainsi hi* life, bin Had nobody available This i> a biiiiiiliatinK iMisition for I'anada, and therefore it is urged that not 't aly -tliiHild there !i.i e'lougli nien 10 jpiMti-it official visitors of the kind. j nit 10 diarnpi suvli organizations, �and to providii :� fund ."ivallable to t;ei temporary men tor .s|i.-ciul work ' 0:1 .-lion not ice. I I U. 5. Police Well Organized. ! ! la til 11 I'niled .States the federal : Pollen are widespread, nuinerous i'linugii 10 rope with the situation us the authorities see it. ami divided aiiioiiKit districts each of which ix ; well organized and carefully watch- . led -Much of tliu Pulled States work. i culls for cooperation with Cana- j diun Fednral Police.-but iiiut cannot i be Kiven without more man >o work \ � with. 1 From 100 to 150 More Needed. j j Tho Dominion floventment has ' : passed a large number of orders in- ; CutiiK'ti, and it has nut had an organization canable of enforcing them , if there had been a disinclination to! iobcy them. Krom Hm to l.iO addi j jtional policemen would he needed if; ; tlie new proposal* are aecepted, and | : these would be divided uuioiir a1 j number of districts to gaiu effectlv-I liens. niif.'.iiii. No* i'tlt Wilson will ..'.Cllll the opi'ilillK �eK>i,in 11! the peine 1 otife; em e Thlv was aimoiinr -.I otlti lally tonlrht lie will i;o Immediately after the con venniK of tin- regular seiHioii of � -oiiKi'i-Ss on |)e,embe; . > �! as?cd under the War Mi-aaure* act, wliich coviir a period beyond tho conclusion of peace NO POSTAL PRIVILEGES' Paris. Nov. 1!'.--The German pout-ultli'i' department has supprusHed the postal privileges of the (ieruian ruling primes who have not yet abdicated, accordinB to a telegram from Urosden. EFFECT OF PEACE ITALY'S HIGH COMMISSIONER Home, Nov. fount Karlo Sforsa. former Italian minister to China, tiaa arrived at Coaatautliioplc, baving been appointed high commissioner for ia Turkic. Hostun Secmtj to Anticipate 1 �1 H Clip (o lie Sold Through llsiiul Channels The following from the Commercial Bulletin of Boston is not without �ig-uilicunec for western wool glowers: As to tho future of wool tli�r� Is one factor in the ptluuiton which may be figured to a certainty and that. Is the differenco in til*) price Of wool in this countr{.- and Ju Gre*t ttciUin auU her , colonies. Ot these differences there can be no ipieutioo. Brit lib manufacturers, as we Uaw� said re- peal-'.lie have the advlltttURe of Dim Amerli.iii manufaihi;its tn the- extent of :,n to in per cent., that is lo pay. pricei ale "il to 40 per i �u:. illRhe:' for ('univalent vulniis ihuu thev nro In (ircat Itiitulu. In some instances tiie difference is even crcatcr Tliiin. the domestic manufacturer -tarts out. from th pwont b.inls nf value*, in case, peace were to be de (lured forthwith, with two distinct and ln-avy handicaps Th* tariff and llie unfavorable prices heru an con trastel with Knull-'li valitea. Thin means, in the alM�nc� of any protective act Inn on the part of thn (ovarii-nieiil that the prtca of labor or wool or both mtisi Kooner or later hn lowered Tli'i conclusion I* Inevitable and the woul-growers. no loin than '.the men in the Industrie*, niu^i lace that sliua'lon kituarely. Big Stocks. KiiKlaud has a iremeadoun weight of wool under control and will k*�p it under control for n year W mora after the war and at the game time expressly intend* to keep Germany rrom using that wool until aho fKnit-land I is ready to rid cane ((, SlMuld the Kovernment here find it uccee-sary to ne:i.i further troops abroad, there would doubtless be u conaldvr-abte weight of. wool here to be reloas ed for civilian use. ul�o. so that .(ho supply ot wool available )a th9 i�'or!tl would be large. Coupled with tiles*, facts, is !h further fact that tho American government ban at no time entered Juio a contract to take the domestic dip or. In fact. My part of it. In point of the. fact, the unly atsiitiime which the trade ban lit the premises is that the government will take such wools a? ara needed for the (ariying out of the military pro-Clrtinui" Consequently. If tha war wen- to end the government would lake only Hitch wool as would bo actually required to equip the troop* until they were demobilized. Indeed, that is all the government has authority in dp in the matter of wool yaw-cliaaes. The Neat CtH� As to the ueil domestic, clip nothing dellnii,. can be said at thin praaent writing The iloatou Wool Trade liaa appointed u committee ot neireii imm-hern to eouuider till* questlou, �0 aa ro ho prepared for any action ih� governmunt may take, m> far as Jhal action or tho clreumntances next spring can be predetermined. It it obvioua, however, thai the fttturo 10 very obscure. If peace were to come befure the government should lake any action or even goon after -it did take action (uay) to commandeer the next clip, i* is very unlikely that the govern! would take over the new cllf. order to do this, it would be sary lor uew Icglsiati' �i to allow the government to 8(compllHl> this tijiiig, and it 1� Imrdly within the realua of probabilities that auy audi anAbllng Je^iiilation could or would h� ttaaind. Hence tho altua^ioai. aa regatta the next clip ot domeatli; wool roaoUea Itself, (.ffhaud. into tUlt deductions In the evast �t ## arty dpMoa) ih� wool growerH will Ua tteruiited to aell their Jklft idiu in Uie umtal manner aiql thtough the usual trade channel*. ;