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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ Ucal Boslrd of Health De-�clinesltb Ljft Bah on cath^-crings at Present-Troalfre MenWant Compensation.^ Resolved, that-jn view, o! the irrea-'nt .conditlous 'Of the epidemU, tt .would npt>l>e adTisable to iemove tho ban at:tho .present: time,- and that-an-vothermeetinB'ot'the Board be held at � 8 p'.m. Monday to review the condt--'llpns-fft-that HmeL'*, V f : f / ~ ; This;resolution;;moved-bji Me��r�. )MacBeth~ and DeVeber, "was earriea /at ;�r4peqla,l>:i9e9tlns of- th*^ Board^of ; Health on .Thursday a{�emoon; to con.-: > aidei'v'th^rilueB^ioil oC litting \tUis'^{t|^ ten. Mayoi' Harflle did not vote. .Warm-Oebata Hie.question'"of lifting the ban was ihe-only thing discussed attha/meet-Ing, and some warm debate was indulged :in. Chairman. Ritchie was very - strongly against lifting the ban pa the theatres;.or any:other place of public /Weting. Mayor Hardie. thought that mhll�| it was well to keep the thei^tres Closed, thereswas too much/dlscrlinlTiT atloii.-.^Why,'were the pool balls left bp'cin'?r�.asfcadit^,i �day'ttovasslst thevmalady; ..MM Seri^'lfrefjio "^'ther-r jtoWn tor the have.'beeni'^undiftr'durinr the j/Olher-mnmbers of the boartjax^ress-, >-'-pd Shnllar 8entiments>reganllng conS-peuaatioif, and it, is likely that they: i\ ^IH take action at ther next meeting: , asking tbe ptoyincial gOTemment to _ pay compensation. : .i. Theatre Man - " ^Lpr S; Bcpwn and George vVlemtaf - repfesontlng the were prcs-^ ent to state,.their case,' They asked' that the ban be lifted u soon as' pdii'i;; Bible; Ds'thercloBhig or their- picture bouses, .was, working, a gi�|tflnaaci ,that , against .crd%ded just-as m)ioh/ at times as the theatres, yet they;refused;to dose'ba-cause .they had);ra> strong enough, ttl^: : ganlaatlon'toljacfc. up,their refuial-i Letters were received^romithe Mini ^isterlaft^ssociatlon and the board oC: rrafikfert dlspateh~ to the RotteK dun ,C�urant. Jheir destination, It adds, Is not yH known.> WASFULFILLEO ^hen in Canada Little Bobs Prophesied; War and Foch's Victory VICTORIA, Nov. 32.-The Victoria bra^icjU^itJ^ Hhe N'avy League oC Canada has sent the following tolfegrsm to Uie Hon; Mr. Dallantyne, minister of marine an(| fiaherios. "Victoria, B. C, branch of the Navy Leag�t!|^tror.gly urge that the Canadian government fehould request that fclerniafi^.ti'ar veosela interned under-tha. a:;m!stlCB should In,the peace treaty W^'be.surreudored to thfti^ allies and a aultah'Ie number should be allocated^ Jo Canada to form thp /basis of the Canadian navy and.Ave farther strongly: urge that the present highly trained and ^capable personnel should .'ijot be disbanded, bu! should be held to man the'Canadian navy/when;obtained as part of our indemnity from the central powers." . " ^- /  MONTREAL, Uor. 22.-A startling and amnmfe prophecy made in Canada' by the late Lord Roberts is referred to by L'Srennent of Quebec. The paper says Lord Rolierts, when in Canada ten years "ago, stated on one occasion: "They refuse-to believe imff and we are ijWeep under, false security, for I dt) not hesitate-to affirm that.'we -will hifiM a, frightful .warilh Burdipe and Ei{(Iaifd and France will have the hardest experlenca.^. their.-existence. They, in fact,. avIU-, see tdeteat very niiar; but the war will-be finally won by th'a' genius, of' a -French 'general named; Ferdinand Foch, professor Jn a military schooNn: Paris." : y Thy newspaper says Yiord Roberts' prophlicy was h^ard'ljy a'inum'bcr of people and thai- the ?Iliuke' of jDevon-shlM' has repeated' the: proiihedy, attrl- i butlar it to thei;field";.marshal. .�Mi: ' ' INTtRNjiS�>'/(N BERLIN !8lf, Jamaa Loughaed that ;iHo�. Huofi Ci. blaric. parlla-m�nt�ry.s��cri��fy,for .tb* depart-mant- of mllltl�randTd�fanw,/hBa tak^n^over tha'dutlaa'of ^larira-mantary aaeraUry for the dkpart-niant of aoMlara',civil r�i-�atabtlih-mant in'suMiiaalbn to tha Hon. rr �. MeCurdy. Wilson to Meet Rulers Britain and Belgium in Festivities at Paris Precedr ing Peace Conference, ! Giught Oh the Fly PARIS, Npv, 22.-PresidentvWil--: ton Is expected ta, arrive In Paris about'Dec. 12, accordino to. Infpr-. : matlon received hei'e today. Planaj are, being niadej;tor,the entertain-^: I ment' of the Atnerlcaii pr^jsldeiit aa well as the allied rulers.Cvvlfo; , will vIbU Parts 4n'NovembeK'and^fe December. The vXiits will^ecjin t af the end of ithls month'wlVmtiief^T arrival of Kintr> CeQ{ge^�Jnil Qu'^isn Mai^vdti^reat Br(talr|i^iijj?^'tji Paulenko to ttje^ja"'~ llmlnary triaji^'for Dutch Papers.Uneasy. ^ LONDON,- Nov;,'22:-^ome: of the ...... .. Dutch newspapers have.''been,dealing chuck, when M ot late., with the presence in the Nd- emnly committed .h sa�(j��s'Afy.lords and gentlemeli.- The ex-eztlonsvwhich have carried us to victory'.must In nowise be abated or slaekanad i tyttll, the ravages of war ^S- .JtherjM.'dlE -of, V^iUiam 'flo)ien�i;iem, for *Jj?"^^l^f|^:isi^^ HfoJ^he--fofi?�r,JSejwqn. qmperr, an^ tb^ man^^Ul^^jr^B&d J*^lTnrm�r�dnjwa.nriiice.'>Th.9 TeleKtadf well. andHilipdT*nE5rttiti ___,jifiy- ri>ad *'ol-Aand trfal iforlunate gllsh^v^ry er,-ceased to exist yesterday. 'Tin heart of her mighty fleet-14 ships oi the line, seven' light cruisers and 5( destroyers-surrendered to British American and French warships, tht greatest'fighting force that'ever-stoDmV.* chored in the Flrf,h, under guard:,,af prisoners, A^ aurrendetv on , dn^cli i gigantic scale has no precedent ? ir, naval history.' Although t^e i^nja^ ; ful naval spectacle* was the Bameras?^^^ peace tima,.review.!and revokedi.Uttji en^husia^m; the haze blo�liif|ig'b'ur t& horizon, oflicers,.could "soarcel:^f the/evi�ence;'of, their eyM.'-ViItf:- e^Snt .which-abattefed aKJjia-vl! idns and fdeals." ^Menil^animi ^IormeTf'.>�SroVtt^pfince.T> 1^9\.Tel^ pand-sonigi of-^h^'.otlier Journals ad'vo--bate the expulsion'of the German per-' Bonages. 0,thers of .the newspapers-take a mote moderate view of-tho situation, "while Midmltting that there Is a prb8i�ect of'!fI6IIand''^Bettlng; intd ditflfeultles over the question.. -The Niewe Van Den Dag of Amsterdan , a very moderate newspaper, publisher an'article "on the. suliject, which re- oui^ qatlonel prosperity is restored, ^rangh the extension of the suffrage, milch this parliament has affected, aU.clvassB of-my people will have the .%ppor|unity of Inspiring and giUdlng be presented to the president at! the^.thWribeneficent nndertaking; I/trust rnnantinVi. ''r � 7) that;tho spirit Of unity which has en- abled ;us to surmount the perils reception; The' peace conference then . wlU 1)9-, giln to take on delinlte-forni.. ;mde iresaes-^and Otiipr;:pla6ea.'6fv hiding; af-t^r ;th�. ii!i�diting/�i6ilped\;ahd ^^eople bSgan to raaUi�>what;:a25^^^^ Invest-, ijnent the loan,;pr�ji*nUidir; One rural comn^uiiUy in vPbutfcorn,"Alberta sub- Wealey ChurcT. Afdvislnr ;.�aihi^^^ YSi^i?�r^^^'^iSifS^ t&e w�r bottgiit a jot ot bonds."-O. R. ^^iJ^ltrSr^ S Marnooh;�,iaea:tbf tbi Victory � ^ Want High- Seheolv Opentd Loan xoftttlv* for Sbtithem jAlberta. ,/ J, H, Fleetwood, secretary.col .fhe . V > ? --s-i'- .1 i chppliboard, was ^present and !iMam.^''liOW TKJa::'''mm:MiUt^ have that the High gch&ol be opened .M'undarUkeB to .feed Bufope-tiere will oon as itbaatble. as the pupils ..wAfe^ ba * ciMta^^demud than ever on the i X losing much valuable41me As'for the s'ucM �toolu, i^d I do.npt'.lSok for' public schools the^^ ImmtbIm; Vof this augar^irestric^ inottee'vof the opening of the- public in th� same Npokltipu as tie United schdols bo given as many ot the stataa to this flatter. In'the U. 8. , teachers have been engaged In nurs- they have increased, the iinonthly al-4 weekafres? hfSrlT'^nWnt^>f*,l liwiince to threi;pound.,i'St then the trl^fa. M� ^ �* St�t*s Is'a large Wi^r piidu^lag coun- /Almightyv God may rest upon your .labbrfl. 'v| (Jo�TiK|jbd oj* Pag* 4i "THBRB WAB ' N0T'H�NG FAIR about the way the. foodVvOatrol board I tfaad the miliars^ W ad-vieea from Kiev. Forijier.v Ftoiv ' . oign^MinisterSasanoff is foreign minister of the new g6vernment.,. -._--_,.�;>..-�: / Dr.~ Leech was badly Injured - In � ' ftreet -car-auto smash'^ about 1.30 this Attemoibn, w(lb the result that he .was ) irusKed to .the hospital in an unoont "^cfoiiB^condition and sbtferliig aiVad ;6calp'Wound. It -.appears that '^t>r. li^ech was crossing 3rd,Ave. at llthfi '^V(;0t at tlie time when'bis c|ir skid- .aed;'?ro8nUlng in the' street car rijih- Albert^ Should Ge^t Sh^re ^Of Eilr0pean Cattle Tra^e proplBrty," or "which teaches, ad-' yobatoB, advises or dcfands the .-cheating or defrauding.of amploy-�/ era 9^ labor by.'aceopting employ.;. 7meni with the aeerat purpose and r: Intefitlen of slackening .or retards 'ing';jiroduction.>and': thereby de--r!.? creasFng the p^ita, of auch em-P'ployers or ofvotherwise interfer-'.^dIiveBtack from | United Stafes. The deciin^ujn'.tlie^ France is.reported by L.'Pratt, for six] cattle herds.ln France IsiiBBtlmateiiTat ____ _ yekrs Parlsi tepreaentauvo ' �of -P.' from two to -three million head;:i!I!liis, hlnjBAsquarely'iinto thsrstdo ofhls'au- B^rni^^'C be.made up jn'lesa _f^rndbfl^l TIdb automobile was drag-' tta� cTttawa llve^^Ck eoAte|liaco. Mr., than eight years. ^The supply of hogs g�df*6a length'of the crossing before PrAtt ip retutalii?f0'.Franlu-, is also greatly-"dejileted. Frafflce/la-Li'^jiV.atr^isl^^^o^^ "iB.''this tends to^ring in breeding stoblf^.to| i ' ',i�_ �,.bii|pai' demoyslied.^ \J ^ v thif' imo^orxnian, waa v: out ,^ylth;|jy4nf glaa..' ) d#B�Uld,,'; - ttJly.peTMjial? I^dg^ C#iaed ~ Pratt. "''Isr � meat productsi sevi^ral v^i^'l Italy. 1 ftlnIOa-.|h!�Jin' know-oj^und,'.! said M^. (S'^reriobjftrade ^n "T-be- 'anormous- tor ^-"'al^P^.!Viil;be a 9lglttn]L;;aAd if*aits:::!^an restore her herds aUd is in th|pMarlcet now for large quantities ofymefetWor her civlli?in pojfulatlon. . - Dependk on Britain '1 ' , X '^bo jhas beeiu depending up^n-'tier arrangementyivltll'the. BrJtl8lt'.;gQypr|}; ment for her montl^ily supply "SiJiMjpoO tons Of beet tpr ttfi^^'arjAy ^g^y '22.-Amendment has been made to the pr'derr ;ih�6uneil placing a war time ban >0n. the I.W.W. and similar organi-^ xatlciha in Canada. The general cl^autfes have been so extended as include, among others, any association which. ad^aes that ' any class should foreibly take poa-taslilon-of all property "orvforcibly abolish all privatelownership of MOFPOSEN -A^MSTEROAM, NeV. 22.- ThU  town^-of Poaen }ind a'Cgreat part of tha'jprovlncB In^'Pruaalit -ara In 'V^WOy: ha>d',^Bcecir^lna to- ' the ' Bjsrllrr Vorwaert's. "Wio, Poles In :ferrqij;ig^ a lifg the' spirits of, .tbtef lAyren ."don't give'^ op the 8Mii\ana plf6iiE6''tht!-ondleT8'b quest! "England '^tWcKs^eviirrmii of the HohensoUerns. "For the present," it says, ','perhaps there is'danger of a plot,on~our soil against Germany's \ new democracy among, the entourage .of the'ex kaiser or tlib ex-qroivn prince, but who ca.n say whan these dangers might.not be realized if the 'guests' do not depart; speedily, ; ' \ '> J "History teaches, tliat ki&gs fli^'exi^l like to'seize a favorable opportunity tb re-act their, former roles. Wtf^deslro to express our frank opinion that not we; ,but the ^^lllled. governments have therlglit to decide ^whether the resi-' dence on Dutch': tbfritory of individuals who are conpider^d by them"tq perBonl"ty. the powers against whfBbfc they have been fighting is dangei^us to them or not.i.lIf the Dutcb govern-'' ment has anotlier opinion on the^ subject, then It win have to bear^tho oon: sequences, and the Dutch nation if things come to a se/ious pass wiil;:'be involved, in, war.or have to-sfarve, for-' sooth,, on b'ehalf of formei'V GernjaiiE royalties!" , ' . / \-i^e lai-,flia^-'Flui/ LpNDONv NoYi .' 22.^W;illani ' Hq-; lienzollern is spending mbst' of hll time in bed in-liis-reti-oat' at Ameron-; gen cagtlo, because of the Illness .with which he was 'Suddenly 8trlokeif'':re-cently, .according to the Am^terddm correspondent of .the Daily Express. 'Two offlcers..take- tnrns-.ln reading novels and newspapers to the former efeipr.ror. '7lie'f tteuded senrice In the chapel of the Cfistle tjie-day prev'ous to"~the.beglnnlng of;the atUck, which: was intheform,;of;=a severe chill. It is understood,/ adds ; ' foiling', and Ms^tiltij&fMajfai -vvllderedJilm'. It;*a#�ffife.pWh�nrdu& of Curly Hoffman,.''th'feiMeVri]S&tet?'t(l Inform Pete that '� ^ ' Resigns LONDON, NoV., 22 -X�ra Robert Cecil, uuder-secretary .of^slat^ekoPffor-Wign affairs, has resigned-. ' ; ITALIANS CELeBrAITE^?';': . WASHINGTON^- f�oy.M22:r..iAn ' official dfspatch'tdflaV'frofftrRome , eaiJ, the Itall^nlJ^cllarcenty.aai , sembled yesterda'K to' pBtebratB victory, afid thb'fulfillment''0^ It-" aiy'e nati6r,al aapiratlbr^^^^ No;J)e]6ision Reached dii QuegtiQn Natural Resc^uxees^ ,'OTTA-WAvyNov.-�sa.TT-'rhe inter-pi'ori.Boheine for., ' - '  ' With regard to't^e vibcial' con?ei;eaciB "S-hlch openeid Tues- - , day;iiii,g^^8ifoncluded^ at 'one -^^^^n P-gf-^g|,^.^^g oidocfc^ So fo' and t'he jleu ,i^,'-'Ifc?w^8 announced that.1 ,.jv0,j, at by th^'conta^p'n'le^^f ^^olutions W.PJ6 adopted enfly.'^the eastoyn 'e'ljal/statement qpvering,, InceS' stand' by thafi nft-Of�^iB''^p^mTli'ion and. ed. in, menporanilaf era xpr^bably, wouldjfconference-and the flii l,*.';J.y1^ 2. ' ^r Doj�ini6u"g sitting v^_^fl^yot^d ^ .,yh^*m^Jori�y of ^ mm -Am 11 wbceiTSp .^jwi^tfittua we�-�''tbar^^ 'great i;^nemyi'soi;.toroe'5i:, ProSi-' d^nt, :B|H|ndin�^ap the..deelEi.. i>�ric^n direadiia\i�bt, beard ant^'ofltdei exclaim:, �-v,:;;v�'.;':i';^:a:i'.^ij;.;,^.:,.�y,''y.,v,.:,;:Ji^^,^>..;,^j'' -^Contemptuous Pity' ^1- - j / -But for the-most-pai'i bothiiomceri % and men, were silent, They ,;rpan2ei,'> f^f they; were witnesBlng.tli�!clinuictic-a^v-,;!ii;" of Germany's downfall. They abo^ijeis no elatiotti and seemed to- feeteft'sortv; j of contemptuous pity- for the 1; fai3ei�'?iK glaiif ot the sea who had refused. 'flghfev;VThelr;iIin�WnatidniAd*elfr^!^St?-^^ thef foe'^hame. ' � y y ^: '-,i'WHunr�il'iatlno.- �orfender,f*M)|J i .The German ships 'were sigh ted piCi ithe ailied. cbVumis at.^ 8.20'' o'iiUlll!li&mi0^ rjljely foUolwlng'rthefr,.'pilot;-tl|;^:;!uigfc,|f^^ cruiser Cardiff, whlcl| 1^wmen at-bM^'':ati iop^ andf; guns � in?;-position wslQp: prompt..apnihllatlbii (Ot 'tiiie'f'^nli forces if / their; mission iproT^cd'igt* Other thM'pMiM!uL;i"-f; ~'^''jf^t , The ,ina:ih;alWdifllietrextehaifi&^^^^ a lii>e U milesNjlpng in the ifi'iiUii.^i^lT Fdii-pi,\;begaiV'''$PiiW"ei4*^^^^^^^ o'clock. yesterday " mominjf.  ^ctl ScotchimlsC'which;torvd^^^ scuredihe harbor, 'was isw.?|p�^^^^ by-vi stifPibrfeeie "and^^^^ brilllantlyiout of .a �lear slcy?;�.fT| ships'''quicWy took .tbel;'^^^^^^ the long double liAethey/he'-*^ out thelJay.' The,battle,.c tlVe way,:fdill6wed 5b^^^ Admh'al Beatty's.-, flag8hlp,vtM Elizabeth, ^^adtbe ,v-8qiia4r,oi(!|| northern column; ,:;TAe'::AiierlC( ships tell Into' line iehind'rii Beatty's. praft,!8notag;,i squadron eim'ilar> in i�ower';t>n i,Q positp ,si^e., .1.,,,, ,i,,......,..,,,,':,'......,J^' The rendezvous >as,approxlg :, 50 smiles' dlstini?siaiaSa�igJ^tti||ii their spee4, (ib^ai^rl^At^th^filp iifiie at j:.iB'cVoulc. ;'4tj'5'6'clb'b�ii"�d' bulkaifk'B-'f e^vation'^Iflle; 7769 499946 ;