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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ,,,,, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, iel� THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVl UBORDEPARTMENI For Pe^^ns Affected Closing Down of War Ipidiistriesr- l^any Already Placed Ottawa, Nov. 20.-TliOs^departmont of labor is rapidljt preparing to as-aiBt in eve>y poasible.way in placing men and women who aro deprived of their, fimployniont by reason of We cldBlnB down of our war .industries, ^eeicB ago a careful survey was talten of all niiinitlonB plants, as to probable iTjBdiictioriB In staff when war shouUd ceaie. This investigation conducted by tiie^Cariidia registration board of �#hlcU Hon. Gideon Bbb^rtsori, minis^ tpV'iOf Itibor, is chairman, showed tliat arib-Iourths, of all the munition �workei'8 in Canada were in the prov-iiices of dhtarlo and Quebec. Outside these two provinces, the demiEind wilLJ probably absorb all ^he labor releas-, ed. Senator -Ubbertson expressed, satisfaction over the fact that employers generally endorse the suggestion and. agree, that thero^ must: not tor ^tlie pr^sdlit, at'least, be any rcduc^tton in wages, One of tlies.o large interests today issued notice to its affiliated Rrmk that it had guaranteed to absorb 10,000 men and to maintain present standards of wages voluntarily, A conference with provincial repre-flentatlvea began yesterday in the ot-ficeji of the labor department with a -view of extending government bureaus to all prdvinces and to materially aid in assisting to find employment for both the civilian and the re-tnmetl soldiers.''Each province has a direct administration ana u central clearing house is to be maintained at Ottavi;a under the direction of tile department of labor. Railways, lumbering and miiililK industries, manufacturing plants, banks and large departmental stores are be-in^ canvassed to ascertain the number of employees enllBted overseas, whether they are to be re-employed qn return and to what extent present employees will be'discharjjed. Thousands of laborers who have families in Europe who were nnablejio return during the war will be inquired into. This eicodus will furthier relieve the labor situation in/Canada if they decide to return to the Old Country. H. W. HiUiard has resigned his po si'tion of] county.court clerk at M^iu nodosa which he lield for^ years. TO N Winnipeg, Nov, 2,-Tlie Koyal Bank of /Canada has decided to establish a brancft at yiadivostok. D. C. Rae, manager of the chief Royal Bank of Finance In Toronto, until two years ago "Winnipeg manager of the bank, will have temporary charge of thisi Important department. He will not remain in Siberia, but will rtiake the Initial Investigations there p,nd return tiJ"Canada^/leaving officers of thfl institution to carry on the Ivusl-nesB. , / AX THE COLONIAL. GoTcraineBt Paper ContraDcrAboatto Oracr Catting Of f of Unpaid Sob- ^ At a public bearing In Ottawa iMt week In connection ','wUh paper con-Bervatioti,\tlie Qovemment Papet! > Controller for Canada littitnated .that recuIatlOM about to be vissued would include ono to,the effect tl&t; "Publiehera �t telly news^lipert moet eeMe Miitfinfl th�lr--. ; newepapere � '4o ,auh-i aorllMre-^ttiree mohthe r In ir^eare^^unleae euVV I eriptlene be definite* ly renewed end,all arreare fully paid:" For ,obvIoue reasons the QoTemment InilBts that paper iball be saved and .^pnpoBeB that only ttaoie WBO pay 'tor their :Publtoatiooi shall receive tkem..' Under these regulations ' the Herald! win. have up choio�L In tbe matter 6t ' deallns 'with , sabscrlp-' lions In prrears, for \over >tb^�ace^ many other restrictions impoaei}; but this oneijs the most important." Therefore, between now and the end of the year The Herald's �ttbscrlptlon list must be pnt on n paid-in-advance bas(B, in order to comply with .the . governmental . . order, , : We know tilts o^er wilt be accepted as^'necessary restilt of conditions with parfer making^ Industry. We are all in honor bmind to carry out our gitare of ' the: oonaenration move-. _ment 8b if you are. in arrears, pleaae payinp at , once to'rprp^ent a dlscon-ttnjiance 1 of. your' sub-acrlption.^ Please do not wait for a blU-simply rafar to/tko address label. /^SUSacPllPTION MATES MUST INCREASE: The. latest increase, on the cost of ^pa'per, means >that the Herald will pay about 16,000.00 more for paper during the coming year thiin last yearrAn ad-dlUohal retroatiti've bill of \$800 on the last two oar loads, hM'Just reached us. Aa other papers have . found it necessary to meet these kBd other ^advances, The' Herald is .forced to increase Its mail subscription x^rate from 14.00 to 95.0Q a year on December Subscriptions received dtirlng Norember-irl I be accepted at f 4.00 a yefir so subspribers ;will gain by paylngsttbscrlptioAs in ' advance at onceMtter December the rate';wUl be *5.00.a year, i >...... ... ... ... (()rde;( form;) � 1,'/ ; ��"��rriJTHErHERAUD, LEVhBRIDOE, ALBERTA, \ �yViB^ing to renew my sUbscriptloD to the Letbbridge Heyald, ; enclose..............which will pay m/subscrjption at the rate f'fttrf4.0D'*'year for a further period of ...............T.f years.- , Tours .iruly.ij, v .^,,. ;> ^ 'Address; i.....r../.,\...........T.............  'NOTBi All BubsoriptlonB-.rpnewed.at Oils rate'mifst l^e posted Wore'iDecember let.-.' - ...... .-V."'' .,s. i. VAODEVILUE AT THE COLONIAL Filling a long-felt want in amusement clrclesKln the city, the now Colonial Theatre will reopen its doors as soon as the "flu" ban is lifted, with a metropolitan bill composed of modern vaudeville and Feature Photoplays. ^ Realizing that the public nowadays are demanding variety in their entertainments, Manager Brown of the ColoTMal has completed arrangements with a number of top notch vaudeville artists v/ho will appear during the season at the Colonial. The vaudeville bills Will be amalgamated together uuder the name ot "The Colonial Players." Each and every mentor of the.-company are artists of international renown, . Miss, Cecile Blllott,-who has a run of over eleven months in the Colunibia. Detroit, to her credit, will be seen in leads. Miss Elliott is an eniotional actress of more than ordinary ability, and ,will surely cojjimand a great local following after her first appearance at the Colonial. The principal comedy roles will be entrusted to Bud Schaffer, u versatile and well-known Chicago comedian. Miss Jessie Gay. a young and winsome musical comedy artiste, will-WTa feature with the company. AI. Borde, second comedian with the company, for-the past three ^seasons Identified with frequent appearances over -the Pantages and .Ackerman and Han-is vaudeville circuits, will add "to the comedy. Charles RoyaleJ one of the cleverest leading men in I the theatre today, �will be seen in BuppWrt of � Miss Elliott. Complete vaudevllie bills will be presented at each show at the Colonial, in addition to the usual big ph.otoplay feature-programs. FAIRY &ODA BISCUIT A small'salted wafer- differeJiiiifroiikt, anything you've mrer tasted m i A ilatirty m�r*�' the unexpected gueit. so Hottk^t Biscuit Co. BcaiM Saskatoon . Caltfanr V&ncouver No Further Cas6s up to Last Night-Hard Fight North Alberta BEWAWULOF V DISCHARGE ALL MINI^RS Washington, Nov. 20.-Arijy camp commanders wer^ ordered today to discharge forthwith all antliracite miners who desire to return to'the mines. About 7,500 men are affected. Look,- rMotherl " See if to"Bue coated, breath hot br  ^ stomach sour. . is "California Syrup of. Fia�". harm tender, stomach, liver, bowel's. an't Every ntother realizes, -after giving her children "California Syrup of Figs" that this,;JS theiv.-.ideaV laxative, because they .love its pleasant, taste and it thoroughly ccleanseB the' tender little stomach, liver, and bowels withJ out griping, cross, irritable, feverish or Jjoudon, NoV;"20.-(British-Wireles.s Service.)-Germtny in the end gave way, not because she changed her view8,-but-because she knew ahe was absolutely beaten, declared the Earl of Readingi who has been mentioned as one of the BHtish peace delegatBs, in a ,6peech:,in London today. Lord Reading uttered;-a warning and said the allied countries should continue to be watchful of Germany and the utterances of her ^statesmen. "The Oermanyiwhich is now anxious to fall in with,.th5 views of our country," he said, "has.-'yet to show by her action and nof^&irely^y one day or two days or a V0AKOi:j:.two years that the whole spirit >:oi ' dermany has changed, as we wish it.to change before we.can ever believe in our hearts that .,^  . � i, "I recall in the early days of ~the war,^at thp end of, September, 1914, when I was in Frdnce-with Mr. Lloyd George, I remembei* talking to one of the great French generals. Gen. Cas-telnau, and aaklngt him, the question, which was then perli^ips newer than it became during the four and-vone-half years of war: 'Kow long do you expect the war will last?' His answer was a fine irrelevancy. Gen. Castel-nau was silent-for some little time and then came the'reply: 'The man who made this war had the spui of a dovil> - .  "We must see to it that out of.these terrible scenes of horrors and desolu-tlon -which we h&ve witnessed that there will arise ajnore lofty and more AVhen i^iwsa. jii'itauiv:. luvuiAoii I , , ,^ - ,_ ... , " _ breath is bad,, stomach sour, look at;noble spirit among the peoples of the the tongue, iftither! It coated, .give woria-who could understand each a teaspoonful of this harmless/fruit I "tl'er better; who would have greater laxative." and in a few hours all the ilove, for each otherj .asi members/of foul, constipated waste, sour bile and I tbe same humanity and who would undigested food passes out of the | strive together to concentrate all that bowels, and'you have a well, playful |tbere is In them for the .preservation No furtjier 'Hufases in the city were reported up till last nlgiit. On Sunday fobi- cases were reported, on Monday alx and 6>i Tuesday three,' making in all this week only 1.3 cases, whicli is leas than thfe d^ily average wlj^en the epidemic was at its height. Indications are that the ban will he lifted generally throughout the .south startihg Thursday in some parts, onA continuing throughout the week. I^ocal theatre men .would like to open their theatres on, Friday, but Uiey will not be greatly dlHappointed i� the opening Is not allowed till Monday. They realize thatva too-oarly opening of the theatres and public meeflugs might lead to a recrudescence of the disease apd result in another period of c!o.s-ing afterward.s. Hospital Staff III The epidemic has played havoc; with the Gait Hospital. Seven memhers of the staff hav'e bemi ill with the malady at one lime or another. At first it was decided not to accommodate 'flu cases, hu(. this was later lifted, although the authorities preferrea that the majority of the cases he cared tor outside. TliCTi there were six or eight of the local Tioctors'down with tbe malady at one time or another, and in addition to this they put oft their operating cases until after the epidemic was ovei-. The whole result is that tile rev^enue of the hospital has been j greatly interfered with. "Wo had hoped to go through a second year without calling on the city for a grant, but the epidemic will likely make this impossible" said ,' Chairman Murrell-Wright to the Herald this morning in explaining' the situation. ffrovinciai Situation .Edmonton, Nov. 20.-The Minister of HCaltit, on^behalf of both public" health offices, handed out the following, statement at noon today: There were but 163 new casefe reported yesterday from the province. The total number of cas^s reported to date is 23,072. The-new places reporting, are but three, iiamely: Bremner Station 4, Rainbow Post Offic'e 8, Kyley district-7G. There were registered with the regisU-ar of vital statistics up to and including Monday the 18th, 1112 deaths due to the 'flii. Road Overseers The repoi'ts 'frOm the road overseers indicate that a" great majority of thenj are covering their districts, thoroughly. A few,facts from the second ^-e-port which James Robinson, general road foreman, Jfedicine Hat^ sends in,' may serve as a sample, ^ He has covered his district thci secpnd time. In the Grosventre .:distrlct, no -new cases_ developed all othei-s recovering. The newburg^ district, situation gradually improving, three bad cases of pneumonia still, being attended to by Dr. Fisher of Irvine. At, Josephsburg things are much improved, nobody in bed, everybody had or has the disease.. At grpyburh everyone in the settlement seems to have been sick, no serious case at present. In the Thelm district on the -summit of the Cypress Hills, or on the south slope, very remote from Medicine Hat, the flu is bad, several yet confined to bed one case of pjieumonia still .being af tende dby Dr. Fisher of Irvine, two new ca^es developed this week and there was one death. Blkwater district la'absolutely; tilear^of the disease. Eagle Butte is also clear of the disease. In the German settlementnoifth-east of Manyberries, all are up and doing well.  ' At Manyberries i At Manyberries town onf ne\V case d^eloped during the ijeek, ot a mild type. At Orion one serious case removed to the Hat on Friday last, all otiiers improving. Al Minda on'the, , Little Pigeon Greek, two cases oiT a 'mild type. He flnislies his report In the foUowiug. words: � .. "On. the rounds I distributed medi-famines outside of those attended  by cine and Jdisintecta'nts to twenty-five doctors." . " , In the south country the municipal councils acting in convcert witll the local board of health are. hazidling the 'flu aithationjhemselves, and someare retaining provincial regulations at least to the beginning of the .week. As to the mask regulation generally it ought to 'be remembered that the academy of medicinp of this city, alter considering the' uses and .gibuses ot the mask a week ago Sunday passed a resolution supporting It. Gen.er- aOCERY SPECIALS - FOR THURS. & FRIDAY "PHONE 313. \ WE DEI.WP.P. THE QOODS, Tuxedo Baking PdWder,* 1&-oz. Evaporated LpfljinbefVlea (in tins, each ............... 20c packets), each ......... 3'3c Nabob Baking Powder, 12-or, p^pg gold SafaA Dressing, � tins, ,each ............... 25c .................26c "3^pL^dTa"=krt^.^^;:c�h:�:^'2Vc ^^^^ -^-^^^ Peerless Soda Biscuits, packet " , ' "Absolute chaos prevails every' where. There Is ~no railroad organization to speak, of and mill' IJens of people faoe atarvatloh this winter. The aniea?v�HI have to start riflht at Vladivostok In order . to 'clean up the mess." . . -1- - . -.v - ARE ANXIOUiS.' London, Nov.-1,9rr-TJtif aituation 1(1 Hher-east is cnuslng '^nxlity. In Germany and the:;:Leeal Anceifcr of Berlin learns'that a; great- Ger-. :man arfny is marching eaatwanO .^aeoerdir^g; to arCopenhages dis-; patch'to the Exchange Telegf�ph . upsErippcH Pape's Oiapepsintfat once'ends sourness, gases,'acidity, I n-V digestion. Undigested JCoo^! Lumps of palu; belching :gas,, acid's i>aud sourness. When your istomach is/all upset, here is insfant-relief---No waiting. The rvioment "you eat .a tablet! of Pape's Jllapepsln � all Ahe indlgeaUon pain, ^ysp^psip, misery, the sournesu. gases>and .stomaph aoidlty ends.- Pape'B' Dlapejpsln-'tablets cost little at any drug store, but- there Is no surer'.' or. (julcker istOmach- relief known* - >. " - � * ally speaking they were iu favo? of a' i-easonable interpretation ,ot r,he regulation, when people are outside at sate distances from others. / As to continuing any provincial, reg' ulation or passing a new regulation the councils of municipalities whether city, town, villages or rural should act under the statutes \ or. charters, to which reference has , already beeri made in the press. North of the line that' was drawu'^ school teachers may as well now bo told that there is no probability of the achools^belng opened before Monday, December 2nd.' The stiff battle is now north of the Kd-jndnton line, and mostly in the east' em part of the province. Dr. Rivers ,ot High River is,doing splendid work noi'th of Shandro, has been down there two or three days In the improvised hospital at Shandro but hoped to be to work shortly. airs. I^iiel returned Iftst "evening from Drumheller, --where the Situation haslcleared and will probably ,b^ sent on a-roving commission through the central territory easterly and-westerly. There wore Ave d^eaths yesterday in that vicinity. ' Th/B provincial 'board Is m touch with the locaK boards asking for re-portBj etc:, and; wiUjact as soon .as It is safe with reference to � all regulations. ' .- STATE IV10N0P0LIZATI0N OF BANKS AND INDUSTRIES Zurich, Nov. 20;-^The German Socialist program^ according. to Vorwaerts of Berlin,^provides for state monopolization of all banks and industries of any importance. try magnesia for e ABOLSHEVIKIGOVI. London, Nov. 20.-Several hundred persons have been arrested In Vienna on charges of conspiring with the Red Guards to proclaim" a Bolshevik! governmejif, according to dispatches received in Copenhagen and transmitted (by tlic Exchange Telegraph: Company. The alleged conspirators, among whom was Paul Frjedlander; leader of the Communistic .pai-ty, also planned to occupy tho goverp-ment buildings and to arrest' the cabinet. . : ' , � - It Neutralizes Stomach Aoldlty, Pre- i vents Food Fermentation, Sour, Gassy Stomach and Aeid Indigestion. >* j Doubtless if you are a sufferer 4 from indigestion, you have already J tried pepsin,/bismuth, soda, charcoal, v drugs and varions digestive aids, and � you' know these' things will not' cure ; your trouble-In some casls do ; not I eVen give relief. " .. . .', -But before giving up hope and .de^ ciding you are �t ''chronic Jlyspeptk; ? justtrj' the effect dt a IHtle Wbut-, ated magneslor-^not the oi-dlnary com-: Imercial carbonate, filtrate,  oxide * or milk, but the pure bJsurated mag/ ne8ia,i which you can obtain , from practically any^ druggist in (eltherft powdered or tablet form. Take; a- teaspoonful of the powden'' or two compresse^d .tablets with; 'a^ -little water after your next meal, and ' see what'a diffe^-ence this makes;'It* * will Instarttly neutralize tlie; danger^ , ; , - ^ 'nave you seen "POTASH and PERtMlJtTER','? '^HE'dUYER''.^^ IS even funnier-You'll euro laugh. BUD Schaffer'; "THAT NUT" , < COLONIAL CONCERT,?,., ^ ^" ORCHESTRA ALSO EXTRA SPECIAL FEATURE PHOTOfUY ^, . ,/[ r-"30i^jRAM ^'^^ft\^;^p tNTIRE CHANGE OF eiut- EVm'rV MONDAY AN0?,T,HUR8P 'PEOPLE'S POPULAR WilCEB, MAtinees Dally at a.30,/Adulte, 2Be; ChiWron/; , Nights.to 11. Aaihtsi SOcji^ChljdljreB, 2te-; ' ~ ^ |^E.P?KY,fl.U WAR;tA||l|(^^ , WATCHCLQSELTFQRTHE 90 00587796 38 050309 ;