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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta m ........... �n |in4 Pubtlahera .8jt;�'))| South, Lethbrldfle J^W.'A. Buchanan ijdent^and Manaxine Director ""orrance -  Business Manager y ' "TELEPHONES |ui|n�u Otnce ........ iwtorf*! OfRee.......... 1252 1224 Uc;lit>nry Ifor instance, erected by ti)e,^ 9^91^ through TOlunUry contn^ ^|^ti^|i9i'; Adorning its entranpe COUI4 {t.^lilBhed dn tablets of brass the names .^|e'^;f\y6^n^ contronteg. Tbla problontfitorts when demoblliaation bpglt}?,'V. ; ,v How to handle our fighting men has d|stln(iti�j^iy become the Rroblem* of the twentieth century. T^^ *world, thougb noV to the sapie extent and in the'same liieasure, has had to face the same'ptbblifm before. For there hav.e boen wjira'ever since tne earth became an-Inhabttaqp plafpet. The problem, here^ofbre.haa never been, oaVeVefi'Attempted to be aoliS ed. This Is the e.xperienceiof Jhlstory with ip*�art(Kttf'-'s6iaier8 after ware; The student of history wlUiell uS how ancient l^f^, 1ft trying to get away from the problem of what to do with the tiphtlng me^ after their occwation was gone for the time, Sound the same for ^the^ by Starting another i^ar. In other ages thi soldierg were left to loplj rafter.themselves. This they did^h|r pillaging, as eVen our oWn early history relates,',! , Our last experience ijf regard to poldlefg jiftef the war was when'the Soulh African war came to a,"close. �yery. one^famihar with the experience knows the hard feelings 'whlph the treotmeftt pf'the men in Oteat Britain after that .wai- occasioned through hard*ips in th0 'Waj; of unemployment they had to meet and, lb .many'caaaB,., unjustifiably had to" meet. In Canada we facad th'o problem which, However, in its nature-was hardly a problem, compared with what>wa.hBY.e.tff,acfiJtftday, Ijy tfte granttng of scrip. Ex-Kaiser-Bill isn't a welcome guest in Holland. About as welcome as a polecat at a wedding feast, ' And now let's get rid of the 'flu get the 'flu ban lifted, and get bust ness back to normal once more. Haying subscribed so much money for bonds. Mayor: Hardie ias decided to go after taxe's with a big stick. The German fleet "came out" Monday. Wonder how the Noi-th Sea looked to them after so many long moiiths in the Kiel harbor? Medicine Hat took seven crowns. Shake. We're glad that the crown record went to. our neighbora to the east. They worked hard and did i^iag-nifScently.i ! Territory clMely. tributary to Leth-bfidVe'-raSed v-nibre' man - $4,500,000 l^X. .X^b ]?lctoiT^~ Loan, .Who \. ^ays L^thbrtdge.iantfc'tJie centra of a �reat territory t -v. . tint it rm^uires 'jepjarage-^Is to -wear a 'Bmall^iSia^ mada of i^an^ and ticid ai^roM � gie' mopth.'- Those who^ have d^red'to do thlr h^are largely'e^i^a'pSd ^^nfectfon; bepaqae the danger Vvms raije caiightvia^thb^maak, an^ 8o\doi W?�?tjr�^�' to, thrc-*.. T819. "�vHOwaksnwiat oonrar. tha JV^iC. Wttftrtty. ^^en we f6j4j;^ agoj^l^^^l^^ paper, an �-jLoathi^pnahowiiutlAaya George, walk-\M �)oni~a Btraat, with a 'flu mask v.i^^ nose. To ;jlloie.o� ua who-wew the-maal^ with-' oiit'mnnniirinx it la cheering to know |^t'bJFe'"-i have the company �f id^at^gniBbed p�opl� and the advice of ~ .jO^iii^iSh^d-ine4io{a men. " '�� . U waa hardly fair for our own G. R. Mamoch ta wire Europe for Kaiser Bill',a.flX-orj�vit to fill' Medicine;-Hat's last demand. He might have saved it for lietlxhrJ4ge._ .^Lethlirldge takes offtits hat to Medicine Hat. We raised more money but the Hatters get more crowns. Bpt then what can yon expect of a town with such a name? Today, however, the position is, tot ally different, in the fact thartlic-circumstances are totally- dlffei'ent.' Today we have to see th^t'the experiences of other tjmes and other nations are not repeated, if-"wis" allow them to occur then, truly, shall we be robbed of the fruits of vlotdiy In having to face what may be Justly said to be the perils of i^eace which' from w'tint of realizing * we'sfiall'tfnft ourselves unable to combat. -In the. return of. our. soldiers. we shall h^ve to deal,~s() -far/qs-the. Empire, as a whole,'concerne;^^ with milllions. In our oirt country',tv9 "shall have to deal with many thonsahds. The prbhlem vitally affects eyerj' part of our iiimpire and. Considering the proportion of men who hAve eullated, every individual in'each'portion.^ "The problem, therefore,-'is not "oilly^ the problem of governments Isut 'ar^buman problem in which each "one'Tof'uB is 'directly interested.. '  . In a previous article we'spoke of; the necessity of maintaining' thk Spirit of service and Bacrlflfce'that the'war brought forth. It is.necessary.t6 refer, to this iagaln, parttcularly Cwlth. regard to.the coming-- home -of 'our hoys. We are, of course; anxiohs to have them hack {is :so,onvas"lKi�sible. This means a speedy demohUtaation tte crying call of-Canada today. In the way thareains answered vJill ho the-8ucce�a, or otherwise, of thaproh lem of demobilization. ' 'i-:-_\_, � TRECORD OF London, Nov. 17.-(British wtreleaa service).--The British air force ia keeping pa6e irlth the Germui ,w|tl|| drawal and has made most sattafaotory progreaa toward the Rhine. A number of tfrdrdimea which were. In'.the hands of (he enemy last Monday are now the hi^^QuartoTs of their f^ght, Sreconnalaaadee: and bombing ' aiiuad-'rons. Meanwhile, the work of carrying out the aerial terms of the armistice proceeda.' -The clause "by" which: Germany surrenders 2,000 airplanes SSING FQH THf POSY- !(IA6: \ Ga]t,^Q|it; n'ow claims a population ^t^l}|,^58;, / ,^V':., � � ' ,- ' "\ t''4i(l' (3)>^>- Wilson Is a poBsib)6 ipay-oral^y Cftn4i4ate in Edmonton. t i^ shown i:o -^ave a popular ""i.SSie ^cpofdJhB to "theM918 DiXiimfeinar|(abla-and gtatitylnif. In ;'t$V^!ihldBt.of the campaign ,the war icfjine to. an end ^nd'-the people seem ' 4^|ly. relaxed from war effort Never jtbele|r;the Victory Xioan has been ^Ifli^fflir' Qvaraubacrlbed, a tribute jl^'Canada's faith in its future and an .�^pr88'fllon~ot its aerious determination t^propeMy care for {he soldiers when ]t^9y return: Qftnada's Victory Loan (^�ia|J("tind the world that we had , pp|t ^^y'^u^t aqd won hut that at l^f end'bf it all, we were so satisfied kjvf}^': pur course that we staked our yi\pn?7 on the country and the men ij^tt.V9ro able to do It^ ail. If he achievement is all the more 0l^j|a|i}C,.be�AU8e It was gained in the of obataclea. Apart from. the Brigilatice heing aigned, a week, before t&e clqgf of the campaign, the whole jci linj^^ ffom the Atlantic to the Pa-u^jp^was 'fiehtlmc the Influence from 'j^y ]|i|^Rniiiir.-until the e9d/ In some '^liawilits, ap aertonawB* the.ep|r d^|9|e,ft|tat it was impoaaible to can- U^mifvt%OQrA tor Omnada. Wo can ll? ^^^''^ climax of our ^^r--,if|fo|rt, AU that the peopia de-P |i]|i5l ]}oV the v/l'?e and ctt.eful ex-wiil^flprv^iil tile inouey, with the con-i^^tl|||I^Pt jmoflt ol it t!> the eolufloc - ''^"^lAi|�OVJE||N!MENT. iflNG TiMe mtruction problem is net LwJtH' W the^Al^eria gov-.j -^he prpmptaea* displayed Bf * cqhferenov 'the organ-||tjl^terejite>d - bi the WlUare of ' KJi^ldJer, ,18 creditable to the Federal riding of East .\lgoma, and the tot^l Mesuosite men, women 'a|>,d Iciijldren population of the riding QifJinr ibj? prpbto Manltouiin does not exceed one ^^llrt ife-PBpPle to.'solT^^ hundred souls, or twenty-five votes. Calgary i^laims to have had the greatest �V;i wftR. these plans have not been .inaturedi'The present time oall^ for. ceQgiae8-i>f production.! The call'in .Gapad^Jlj row for production more ithan.-ey^'r, production agrlcuUuraliy,'and' indufjiially. In these bur men who h^ve been^'igbt-ing will have to take^'a gre'at.-part. Amongst them are ilhe skllled"ani| the unskilled. To the 'p!-ac�l6ar Mind the first thought that TvUl'ariSe'isffi'e^taking of a census of skilled;;lahoi^ at the front. This should'"go contemporaneously with a censuj of}l;idusJ|ial in-, stitutlons and employera at'ifioi^e. Ac-1 cording to special requirements � the i first draft of men can'ha"dtpased of. I This, however, is only-a (preliminary ' The problem of employmiSnt and reemployment makesr-the prospegt before us neither pleasant n6r"%^8y to face, but it must. 'There Tniist: be no shrinking from responsibility. In the case of the soldiers who ihave vacated positions promised to be held for-them the mdtter of re-employiaent 1,S- iio' difficult. Here again a lift' of - such ^ vacancies -will need : to he- ^m'ade in j that in many of them their previous fillers will- not retumr-ProviaBrt; they have not been capably flUedr-arid by ily be of no use. It is estimated ttiat soinetliing IJkB 2,700 maphlnea accounted for-^b'y the BrltlBh since June, 11 an4.ta Ibis great ^ltaI m'ust *e added, ' th.,, Ti eavy destruction wroijgtit by French and American avi-aiors. ; . The de'clarauon 0' war by Great BTitai�-fpund th^ Royal Flying Corps with only four lauadrona and well ^e^ low, JOO machi^^. Three squadrons -were. sent'^to,.Fi^ce at.'Qnoe and .two more.were ilspalejSed'lierore Sept, 15, 19rl4.^'.Slhc^'^f|ji8ia%*ly days: the de-velbpmeTlt' of this'im)iortant fighting arm has been -rapid-hhtil on Oct. 30, 1918, British airmen''destroyed 67 GermaqTmachijies and 4rove down 15 others out-'of control, witU'tfle loss of 18 � iniichinep. Ttfus in .'one day in 19l� ymaf. iRoyal;Ai�. ForceJhccountcfl for more machines than the British hM in France in ^September, 1914. Washington, Nov. IS.-r-Study of Germany's financial situation has been undertaken by government agencies here with a view to throwing light on the ability of the German nation to pay big sums as reparation for devastation of liivaded countries, unofficial reports indicate that Germany's national debt, represe^ited mainly hy war bonds held within the empire, is On October 6, Mrs: (Rev.) O. Hor ton, 61. of Belleville, left home with church , until last week, when her body was found floating in th*^riv�r. The United LutHeran churches in 'America (an amalgamation of'three Lutheran bodies) was incorporated at New York. ' More than 1,000 delegates from that-cquntry and Canada ratified the nierger. A Brandon .undertaker drove his motor .funeral hearee from the Wheat City to -S^terhazyi; Saijl|r.,t at(df back to CarrolL Man^i a' jdistance jot ySBO" miles, takfng the body of a "flu" victim fr^m.|3jt;erha^ to. Carroll for bur ..The present .demand .for loans on faSNB lands in Saskatchewan almost constitutes a boom Ip the Regina money markets', the requests for loans from farmers anxious to'develop (heir property during the past few months having exceeded anything experienced for some yeara. ' At a salary of $2,500 a year Rev, O, C. Gray, of the Jepson JKreet Bap tlst church, Niagara Falls, Ont., has accepted a,call to the pastorate of Bruce Av^ue Baptist church, Wind sor, succeeding R^ W. A. Aohmore, who resigned several months ago. A movement 'to raise' $50,000 as a fund to be devoted to science and research in Canada /^yas given impetus at a mass meeting of dental students and -graduates at Toronto. The students themselves raised $1,500 toward the project. mmm "Tr^^ i^onpipy is^iidj siiVl|�frjSP mjlii^ ^v, spending lyisely." In piftrifji, lH�s truesVfecohr. omy*es ii{ buying iHc MASON & WSCH; pianos, an inslrMmerit be^fJ^jlMl ff ^pf^ marvdlous of tone-unetcjuatled in diumfl^ ity. ^Sold direct from the manufacturer J pevmittiiig the purchaser to pdclcet'ifiie miiidlem^n5 profit. 1 / � We hav� ar-Mrflt^tir, il";*-"Homer. .8tM^|c|'; i^^iij Ipatrumant" worthy,* 'oV" 'tV� -* money ftifcl und Wii'r('>ri'�Kt ^ flood thlf elairp to^yfMip'f^l| MASON & RISCH LIMITEP^l ' BALMORAL BLOCK PIFTH ST. V, UIT|fi|||{l9|L The epidemic ,ot Spanish lntl�ei\?iai M. 8.'Middletop,. has taken the live� qf tour prioats: p.f j {.vjrlst, and H. Q.'J the archdiocese of Regina. The flrfit, tPJ. the spil apft to pass away waa Father a, Sutf�,,'t?ie B.,0. (MverMfJtS'.h^^^ pdstor of St; Mary's church.'Reglllft: j lyfr- Father Bplvln, -ph^plaln of the Grey I eminent fpr the l^i^^wymfi;. Nuns' hospiUl, died- at Poptel,:?,. iWh -' ther he, had gone to minister-"ttKtlfe^ sick and dying; Father Libert, of St. Hubert's mission- . blood by-ffhich they Rre earned all over tjody. , ., . . Cells are-poisoned,.growth interfered'Witt>"r-�ll4/f',^"^ soil prepared in wh�ch germs of diseasje ca{4J|/�ta^(;, root at�d develop, ConPtipatioii in infaitoyin \Aim '� ' ' habit, but giving an infant drugs to force tb�'b�nwl�! > to^moye is a-crime. A baby is lilje a bt}d*�*t>othi .?nay blasted. ; The NujolTreatment for Coustipation is qot"�nly" / absolutely hiirmless,' but is iu the hightat 4�grefe-'vi,-' efficjcntj .' . , ., , ^' l^ujolis not a drug, does not,act like any.dcu^t. Nujol helps IsTature to overcome the bad hi^bits b/ re-establi.shiug �natural, easy, thorough. bow'?rfva�-?' nation, as regular as clockwork.  v * \ �^. ' IJvery drop of J^ujol taken into the body cpmes-'piit- ..; of the body. Bnt in its passage through the intpstV ' � nal canal, it keeps tho bowel contents soft ktiAvufahu '^'^ ' TOSfkeS it Caster for the intestinal musclps f(J ftct, sorbs poisons andhelps tp disconrage gtmfirPVihf v , 5et Nujol �>� your druggist and.' tlcprSi^g7 ' to directions - . . ) ) 1 i Warning: mu;r,i'',,^"jr,;s,i'is^' '!" Send for Instmctive Booklet  ! / CHARLES Gym & SON , - ^ P.O, Bps 875, MonJre�l - > ' ' ' " r'> r > c a n a p I a-ir '(TEt^l^Wd 40 en t � foil'';' NilJQl l.abor�tories STANDARD Olt 00. (NISW JERSEy>; . 1 ' Jf SW VOKK CITV CJaclfWprfc" 0?3?4313 273531 98 ;