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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta sf..-:...... �rflt�rl�l Office...... 1262 1224 I -.15 ~ .Subscription Ralot: Dally, delivered, per week .. ^ily^ dejjcered,.per. year ......17.50 DaJlr. J>y mall, per year........M.OO WB�Wy, by niaU, per year ..\...?1.50 , y�iafclyi/by mall, per year to U.S..12.00  Datei.of.expiry olaubscripUons ap-i^eAr;:iiaHy on address label. Accept-�DTr,v The GeiTnans need to be proper-Ir pinUsbedi "^bsfore we can, :hope to fhem and enable tbem to be �bi^M' '%ti*'-: ud - 'trimttdrme'd 4�mief�tAiBtliMaaa, ^both otf^thBse-gdn-Uemeb t6faed to' otlk�r *fields at. Mi'n-est tn&^yftf tft'do birih'th^Ir p�%or to alloTlate the ^(leAngs of the at-tilctqd.Mr, Peck has been. aBstsUng.j in the postlilttloe tluring Mr. WyUie's absence "where I^e was called -br the; death of his daiighter, and '4-is that if Lethbridge secured ' i^UBgUoiii every other, city would fxpeifst: tp'do-Ilkevlsa and the demand og]d not be filled. ' - S,^^ j\5ggMtion: p Leth- .^'rld{|e should .endeavor to get tro-� .|]l>ifrom each i soldier and label it j!^|,th a^ l|isc engraved with his name^ .yiinld,'make the'collect more his> > lajTieal than ever, and wo^d give it a ^^stincUyXethbrldge: touch that would mamiit isiore lni$ires^in^ than ever While relaxing regulations against the Influensa, jjp not Ijpt us relax Individual carefulness. , Lethbridge can Fr'^ a suggestion to help the plaa notatford to have a reappearance of >in||flb�f. see the' clergyman leading a life of real service going out amongst the sick and stricken, not ^nly to console but to help in every way. ^ The women ^ and the ministers d) more voluntary work in the_. influen-fiiL epidemic than any other classes. Had they not helped,'the spjrekd of the epidemic might have been far more^serious. Even the mocker' must admit that th>. clergyman Is not what he has trled^4l^make him out to be. Xiet's hope the snowstorm chased t�e 'flu - to a swacmer climate^. 'Th'4; ItOdae tpil'from Great-FaUs. Moni^^ .'t^^vDriimbeUer, Alta.,; is cer-taiidyva '^longrinis traO.^ . Nbw^s Uie time of year^ire begin to longi,lorcone or>itbe'godl' tiqa, After the Red'"Deer bye%lec-this special correspondent oi^cu-f|te4'lii tbe east the repo/t thatJ. J. jgfMts. the successful candidate, was Blf^ p|ior*lsn birth, and that his election  ~n.iue to thefdretn.vote. It was a' I' ura^tpure and simple. Mr. Ga�ts be-;to"an old Nova Scotls family J^gamfl to Canada many years prior ip8/ :Wben the Gaetss came west i^'lriiwiiled ABed Deer and th�re . Is 0BO?�d*itame la AlberU. Mr. kad Ofer 800;majortty and to 'ttbat bis,election was due to the ;iM4||a>Tbte; Is to any per- il'ii^^ilUarwiW the extent of the '^wrte': i*iate"��n�t*t"��'hlt the mark,; in a few instences. earraspomdeai^ -may be serving the &^ mliitary authorfties of tbe>.aa(ifionlI\iaral aocessorlM. to^ bri ijudiclba^i'ntid^' of use, vHil;;{^';� Tastly titik^'.iiracblno in deallag 'with the 9robleia''fti: land settlement/. Ih! the matWr.ot the Minister of dni�p)y Great Brltitla.baB taken a wltia an^ '.pitoUcal^ ttmil The detmobiUntion 6t �aml&if^llii'iecond in importaiiiS: to tbe'-WaobiirBation of me.B� bujCia ,X>t:v|�t.'li^l)ponance just the same,, It heeds wbe8t interests tbeprob-lems -which>prlpartly affect our fights ing nien.. Brery care jnust be taken.I that they b^g-adequately, provided for. It.is the great.,national and individual obligation of. the, day. Every avenue of- employmen^t. should be.diligently searched. >; Effort should go on unceasingly, "lest we forget," to use Kipling's words, our great and bound-en duty ^to; our ilghting men. There Ira task ahead for all; rich and poor, men' of business and .men of leisure, Trades Unions and employers' assaciations. Hand in hand should we .vitork'JoyaUy and sealofiajy; for meeting the.-Jil,ew changes and .new conditions vWith-chonor to ourselves and-a duty rendered to those to whom, la thls.imd In succeedlngt genera tionsjrwe shall be, for all time, inWe V b'ave rb-. ferred to demobili^tl^ohijnrtefard to human units. There ris'^aljig the ^question of the demobillzatlb|i'bl'.war.;sup-plies. In that respM^'^^Kere:; are., the numeijottB supplies .,f^ini}8|ied^ for the war la the way ot e'quSp8�'eatjwbl?h, today will have tbeii' u868-^)ien;app}led to agricultural purpbBe'8.,v jbglp are mhtor- lorrfeifc t^Stoi*,* ;^oji?s ;>nd such like. j'-i'? 7,. ri'-r-s } In Great;'Biritain itherb;ba�;'been ap|-polnted, a .JfiBistec oflSupplyJWho.has taken the place of> the Minister bfr Mu-nltions. In Canada,there-ls abundant need of the like ap^iOlntment-. It mat-j-ters not whether we "-�all!' the holder of the office' MinJstei' pf Supply or Minister eather at~ Redcllff, caused the death of the little six-year-old son and critical Injuries to the mother and father. ME A BANK One Soon^- r To Open^ Bran�Ii^ There^'^u'Epidemic , . - "^'cLight ^ ''I . , -.-^"^ :�. � (From. Our ..;0 wn, CorreapoadenU. ^ (Cloaldale, '^oy;r;^O.T^Althengb littl#; news has. appe^l^d aboj)i.t gpaidale lately,thjit prospsf pus district is still very much: alive....� ^. 1;.' ^. ; Mr. HalUua^is beglnaiag 'the.,fowi-datloa. for hia new ;resideace beSrareea thoi^old school-'aod; theLHaygrowej'B Hall. ."f^o , -i,-!.,, t School ot>tour8e;&lB'^.closed!'- tiiese after^hristmas, as^.sbe.wishes to~obr tain^a position nearer her!home. Her many- IriendB- willudeeply. regreti--ber departure. The>tepidemic has been very merciful, to thlB.districtieoifar." No'serious case has developed aad we are thank-fur to air.lciad Proyid,ence�-�;�. . � �^�.,...'. Bom'-'To Rev. H.^aad 'Mrs.' Bosom-worth, oa''October:20th/ at tbe Coal-dale parsonage, a soa, Eric. Mr^ A.-Mitchell reports no further news from'his son Berg.-- Jas. Mitchell who was: gassed recently in france. * We have aot heu^'ot any pro43er-mans for at least two weeks. -i- We- have not heard^tbe last v exact reports as to what'> Coaldale district subscribed for thev'VIctory Loan. We are safe however, da saying that It was 140,000. "'^ To Have.: a Bank We expect that a bank will open business here at aqy..time,. It la reported on good authority that a prominent' banking institntlon has purcbaBvj ed property for that pt^pose. ^ . Tf aay of the Sunday school scholars did notget their paperB,Lethbridge. OneJ man said-ttyt-Whiskey was as common as automobiles, another said he never saw; any at all. Now how are yoii going to explain thai? Kev. S. Pike of Iroa Springs was in Coaldale recently. He wore a'big smile and held his b^d high. He had been to Northern Alberta and brought back Mrs. Pike and &'babV..girL No wonder he felt impoHapt. Frank Schenick is' now occupying the house built by Roy Chlpman, lo'cally lknown'*as "Happy;" Happy has left us for'fields afar. City Treasurer Baskle, of Medicine Hat, has been'appointed a^sistknt to the mayer with full authority over ithe followijte^departments'r Assessor, rfroasurer. Tax Cpllector; City Clerk tad Purchasing. ' Calmly whiling away the time by playing checkers with the death guard at the'Toronto jail, Hassan Neby, who will be hanged on January 3 next/a,? pears to, be little disturbed by the future. � � � ;:"�,'� ' - ''' ;;: � �William Mod. Talt, l^^J.umsden yesterday, wherejiewill'face another charge of obtaining money under false pre-teacea.-^Reglna Xeader. � - &peci%l,rIegislatioa!LWil]|,fbe enacted at^the coming session of .Uie.Sasl^tch-*!ljwaa- tegisla^ure, to enable -Afift vlP^^u copra'anles. to make advances .for seed grain- tO" thefr 1)6rr6wers,' It was ah-nounfced by ithe Hon. Geo. ^IJangleyi minister of -municipal affairs; "The govemmeht propojies to retain a measure of control oVer the interest rate to'be -charged by the companies'to their ^clients on loans for this piir-pose. ' '. � : � � �/ i,The 'v^iU of Mrs. Margaret Olivia Sage, widow-of Russell Sage, was fib ed for probate, disposing of an estate valued at about |5O,iQ0O,OOO. Of this, $8,000,000 is bequeathed to her brother, Joseph Sloct^m. Bequests to pub; lie Institutions are both specific andj;.,^^^^^ /"Tilfe economy is not saving so much |f|j;^ spetiding'jivisel^.- In pianios the true^^ omy iWin buying the'l\1ASpN flc RISC^, ^ bestljked ahd most^tnired of allGinadian'' pianos, an instirumc;nt'beautiful' of ^case^^ marvellous oTt^ne-unequaUed^^i^^^^^ ity. f[ Sold direct from the tnanuf�rc|urc[r, ^ permitting the purchaser to^ pocl^^t^th�,. .middleman's profit. r we heye. a barsaift vjr"(V-,;. "Homer 8tudl6" PtiHff---jij^i^; Instrument worthy ; ef' tlif' � money asked and We'lft*i|i|(f � flood this olBlm to: yeur full satlafactioh.. It's you>8 for......... MASON & RISCH LIMlTJPip^- ' "T^juljipiii; BALMORAL BLOCK .FIFTH. 8T. i. �\ v.- been awarded posthumously. �  Two new directors are to be njp-pointed .to the ;-.t;.N;R. immediately 1�hey are" A.-*. ''�&lSbin^qf ^'St.'ToKn'; and Tbos. CaAtleyifKew Glasgow, N. S., head of tKe''I*QV�y.^cotia Steel Co. Nominally th^' aroVbeing appointed by the presefij-C.l^R.i;board of direc- tors, but it-is tbi reoomm'elpilfition of the government..ATbe:additipn to th^R;,4n|nBfement With the Bddlti'bn-pf:,t|teffelines th� governrtent sys^pi ;irUl.'�^U|n 15,(10() miles. � *~." ' ' The second Regina soldier to be awarded the most coveted military decoration la the Empire-the Victoria CroBB-Is .'Acting Sergeant , Arthur Oeofge Knight, who enlistdd' there with.the 46th Battalion and left witb a Adraft from that unit in May, 191S, for overseas. Sergeant Knight was killed on the! day following ,his brilliant exploit and the.decoration has For a quarter ot^a. Fit-Reform Suits and if,^. have bee^ the atandai^^far ibusinesiBi ^eir'sound styles; their general exi^^flani^'?f sepse of men trained to demafidyakie. f > In theScwdas^^f' ftBtional ^oltomy, it j^ii^ to kiioWliiat the Fit-Reform standwd oijjffmr)^ lieel^ and is, steadily maintained.  ^- / their disposal will .call for a great deal of care and attention to,-ftllow--as far as possible something in the shape ot a- return ot v^ue. It ,wlir be enough; to''refer to the disposal, and .dispersal of the equipment whlph: wauld^ readily come, in  for agricultural' purposes. In the matter of laUid settlement the upplies spoken of can .lit/made to, be great factors. In.the scheme of rcr construetion and adjustment ,they.^cait be.made to play a great p'a^.' It-may be that, in regard to these supplies,' the federal and provincial / departments of agriculture'may-be able to adequately handle the problem. But that it requires capkble hahdlkg for the best service-to the State is Imperative. � - The disposal of the equipment � fitted for agricultural.purpoSes, together with other equipment; needs a-,-caro-fui and not a haphazard policy, t'hese should not be disposed \of \undor. the' hammer, or by tender tqtJie. highest bidder at sacrifices, 'tjiey shovld^be-f^ oo;ne the-possession'of ftp sState, for' dealing with the reoonstruption; prob; lem at anjsfateso far asregardls the; agricultural phase of it. They-Should, be sold, on the plan V of eaiy' time, payments, to the reti!ro?4 njejii-who; go on the land ' ease any of the policy of land settlement-to'f the-sol- jleged, ombezsIement'iaiAti the, rea�,eBt diprs may prasent,r,and will, meet lUj !of .counsel for the gojior,-fhb trjlal the best vray with 'the requirements, y/as sef for the. Marcb.torm. Of /the which these me� �ffUlne'e'd"."''�..:> 'mtft. , . ^i-'r-,. FOOD FOB GERMANS FHOM. DEfiMARK .Copenhagen, NoVi 80a result of nepetiatlone between Denmark and'Qermany, the. : latter will receive ;*ae>� , reionth ' .TSAMO tons of fats, YeO,000 tons,, of , meat and 230,000 toha.of wheat; -according to the Be>1ln eorrear, pendent of the BerllAoake Ti-dende. STATE 60VERNOftfIN T*?^*^P'-^ Montpelier, Vermpnt;5!^:^l!?ov;i^'^>!^i In the sui of $6,000 InfJbe^jWffbWf?? ton county court iodayirtor^.appear--. ance at trial of IndfCtinente; alwn? larcep' C.V.O.. lld., D,C.L, IVejideni H V. F. JONES,rA�'t Ge^il Mtnager; CAPak Paid Up.$i^,O00,tf0O sir john AmQ,'9�MrMf4Mi|f|r {. v.c. brown, ~ , ^ ^ ' Your bi^iiMtig entrusted" to tti^/�iaxik with c jdence t^^at^cairefuf and ej^ci< ;