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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETIIBR1DGE DAILY HERALD XCbc Xetbbrtfcoe t>etatt> lctbbri&flc, Blbecta DAILY AND WEEKLY Preprletore and Publisher* THE L.KTHBRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 423 6th Street South, Lethbrldae W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance   Business Manager TELEPHONES Business Offloe ........... Editorial Otrtoe .......... 1252 1224 ada would likely have secured the business. Lloyd Harris' exporionco nt Washington will make hi in a very valuable man for Canada In England. It. Is new markets that Canada need? to retain its prosperity. Markets, not only for manufactured Roods, but for tho products of tho farm. Our opportunities for expansion of trade He all about \is, Russia, through Siberia, Japan, China. South America and Europe. Wo want a wide-awnko trade* and commerce department and a sympathetic fiscal policy that will encourage production and provide us with tho markets. (CoNTtNt'Ki> rt!�>u Fhojit Psew) Prince Albert has experienced warfare before, away back In 'So. Coald.ile is going to have d bank. It should be a Rood district to obtain deposits". Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week.......15 I>ally, delivered! per year ......JT.t'O Dally, by mall, per year........$4.00 Weakly, by mall, per year......51.50 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S.. 12.00  , ----1-------; 'his snow fall remind.- one ihat Date* of expiry or subscriptions ap- j Christmas shoppinK is .,i,>nt tho nevt pear dally nn address label. Accept- | .,,,. m ,. .." K 1 ln ,un nca of papers after oxplration dato Is 1 on ,no lisl' our authority to continue the subscription. What has become of the ST.I'.v It just about went out of Inline during the war. A way to get rid of the fin- -Turn the theatre men Into the kiiiic room with the epidemic some dark nlsht and arm them with clubs Dr. C. W. Service, superintendent of a hospital at Shenpiiu. China, says the Spanish influenza started ir. China. Well, it is nothing for China to boast about. APPROVES OF RECENT APPOINTMENTS Recent appointments, made by tie Union government appear to bo pleasing to the western farmers, at Jeast to one of toe chief voices of western agriculture. Tho Grain drovers' Guide In Its last Issue says: The farmers of tho country have reason to retard with s.-.ti/faction tho appointment of Dr. J. G. Hutherfurd. f the Natural Resources Department of the C.P.IL at Ca'i.-r.ry. to a place an tho Hallway Coaitnissicn of Canada. As Livestock Commissioner. \ and later as Veterinary Director Gen- ' Prince Albert district seem? to bf ral far Canada, he proved himself . staging a little war of its own ea able and valuable public official; nQW g munition, and *ls record in parliament added to tho already widely-held good opin- !rom ,he ay straighten up a, d erne ,o qualified to be the fanners' represent- :sense*, tire on the Railway Commission. His .. tural Interests; as Is also the np-,our Letnbrldge boys. They are bang-polntment recently of C. M. Hamilton, ing away against the Rolshcvlkl in of Weyburn. to the adrljory board of Kussia. now. Mav thev �uto�ed in the Canadian Northern directors ,_,,, ' , ,'. _, whose function Is to cooperate with j brln�lnS order out of chaos, the Dominion government In the management of that railway system, now owned by the people of Canada. Old England is having a recurrence of tho "flu epidemic and It is in a most virulent form this time. Health authorities in this province should not I bo blamed if they move cannily bo LLOYD GEORGE AND THE WINNING OF THE WAR All through the war Lloyd George j {0r�. raising the ban held a high place. Ho gained. In- j - toad of losing ground, though many; if yott have any original lde.,. splendid view of the vast array of war craft .ivild he obtained. Holding �teadily to its course the groat fleet readied May Island at two o'clock. Tlo- captive. Gcrincns were piloted to anchorapei assigned to them and British ships from the southern column closed in aa guards. T'ne northern column steamed on the regular anchorages higher up the Firth. Inspection parties from the Grand F'.-et boarded the Germans to make sir" that all eruditions of the armistice were observed. Tho enemy vessels will be interned In Scnpa Flow, part of the crews will remain for maint-n mce w *rk and the remainder will be returned to Gerroapy soon. Kinfl Visits 'J. S. Ship King George's vi�lt to tne American flag-hip N'ew York yesterday was a notable invasion Ilritlsh destroyers won, streaming out of tho harbor to iake up advanced positions to net as a screen for the Grand Fleet today an) the portentloustios of their mission gave a-note of solemnity to the iv.l i see;;,- on the N'ew York. As so as rh- Hoval party stepped aboard the ensign wa> hoisted to the masthead. This was the flrst time since the Fulled States entered tho war that any ceremonial punctill has been observed. George was touched By the t hi. ..ta.n.lard snapping In the above the Stars nnd Stripes and oil iii* appreciation. King . the iTinc of Wales. Admiral atid other inetnher.i of the v!i- rty wir. received v>y AdirriraU :id and Sims and other officials * Welcome Proposal, George voiced the brotherly feeling* of the two navies, with a .-uir-ge*!ion that arrang�nT>-nts might woll be male for Joint mancuvres every year by tlo- American and British fleets. His proposal w�-i quickly seconded by the American officers. A* the King entered the Royal barge. th� order came from tho officers on the bridge to ih� bailors and n-arines there to join in throe cheers tor the King of Kngland. �'li�-.T(i wore t;!c(.ji with �ui h u *vl!l titai they brought att anuwfirlng tiieer from the men on tho dWtant ghips of rlcan squadron. (OONTINUKD FROM FRONT I'AGR) 14. 21; Nrov. 16. 7; Nov. Hi. 10; Nov. 17, 4; Nov. J8, 6: Nov. H>, H; Nov. 20, 10; Nov. 21, 10. 1500 Cases Dr. DeVeber, M.H.O., expressed tho opinion that at Ac present time there wero 500 cases In 'quarantine with att average of three In a house, making 1500 cases in the city up to date. Chairman Ritchie said he believed tho leaving off of tint maskst during tho past few days had been respon-riblo for much of the increase shown by the figures. Hr. Thomson snid that one reason for keeping the ban mi was that nt the provincial laboratories pneitmoc-ore! nnd streptococci are being found in the sputum of convalescents long after they are regarded as well. This shows that thorn Is grave danger of infection front those who have recovered from the disease and large gatherings must be avoidc-d. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1018 i\-ng sight "�*1�nt) { Cardston, Nov. 21.--T1K- third vlc-j tim of the presftnt Influenza epidemic in the town of is Mr. Harry I ('. I/'o. who died yesterday afternoon i about one o'clock, through pneumonia ! following the usual trouble. Mr. Lee has been the town sexton for a number of years and has helped to lay away many others In their fin-; al earthly resting place. He Is u : young man. leaving a wife and three i small children. j In recent years he has been Interested In a resort enterprise at tho Wntorwn I^ikes succet ding his father, the late \V. O. Lee, who was tho first In this locality to exploit our now fffmous Watorton Lanes Park by i starting l.oe's Tented Village. The father died In January. 1911, and wa� | one of Carduton's most energetic and progressive citizens. t Mr. II. C. Lee was the first to start .in auto tire hospital business with a vulcanizing plant right up-to-date, and for a year past he has tieen engaged , tn thtf business. lie is widely and favorably known In tie Curdston district as for a number f years he was associated with thtr lee company in handling the mail �er'tce to Mt. View. Glenwood ami Mill Spring. He w.u alio not!*o in the * ung people's work hero and started off our first gym- F)ICKED UP IN ASS1NG ucv-eod H. I! Grosch, who Is leaving tho city's employ to take up work with the Hmi of Mar-Vmisie Hrnwn an i t'c, on l�e, i nibur 1. Ucc{tu*o ho refti.-ed to . airy co U for the kltrheu at the In e tmsppal at Camp Mead. Maryland. Private Russell S, Powell of Peiinsyl*aula, has bet-ll sentenced to la years til the dl--tipHnary barrucks ul Fort Leavenworth, Kan. MI�h l'lecla Gmb.aui. a t.-ucher In Strathrnna high school. IMmotttott. dl��ppeared from the Rene l^'marill-and Manitons Friday ufternoon antl has not been seen or heard of rihe had lie.-n suffering from irfiu-ii-m. She Sad formerly lived In Dril'il.i snd Vtin asHti-t.iiit to the general manager of all easteru line*� which Includes tho Intercolonial railway. There are Indications, according to , Ottawa officials, that there will be n j large movement, of foreigners back to j Kurope. There have been many In  Miiirles. nnd as soon as tha transport.' j iinn situation improves It Is btdleved j there will be a big movement dcro?: the Atlantic. Apparently tho Austri-' ails are chiefly^ Interested In returning to their native land. They have l been nmt.tng large wsfus during the � past four years and some of them have j accumulated sufficient to retire on In ; Austria. They havu been working on imunition* n;n) mlntfiv. There are about 'J.r.Dti enemies In Intomtnenl camps. mo�tly Gormons. it Is under stood a large number of these deslro j to return t" the falherUnd. STRESS OF BUSINESS A nation's necessity has plunged many thousands of boys and girls in their teens into the vortex of business before their time. Many wUl feel the strain upon vitality and energy and likewise the need for the nourishing and tonic virtues of i the Aim Ma (alned his point Foch took charge �f all the allied forces and almost Ira-sasJIately the tide turned and victory S. training camps, and they all have jobs to 60 to. It will not b� eo !ch Is all tha more raason that av-ted hi* way earlier, the war would have alidad earlier. The war enhanced" The little Welshman's reputation; it vade him one of the commanding figures It, world's history. KCEPIN0 OUN CXPOUT TRADE Accordlm to a lxmdou staff correspondent of The Montreal Gazette, Canada lost recently a splendid opportunity to capture the agricultural Implement trade of the nalkana. So far had the schema tone that tha first order for agricultural machinery had bean compiled and was ready to %ta placed in Canada, but It was necessary to obtain the services of fifty men, unfit for service, accustomed to tha operation of these implements. Tha military authorities refused the request, and now this trade with all Its possibilities haa gone to the United 9t*tas. That if bungling, and bad bungling. It Usui that export trade in one line, �t Mf rata, for Canada is lost. Th* remedy has already been ap Plitd. a little late, it is true. Lloyd Harris, who has done so well as head Of th� Imperial Munitions Hoard at IWaabiaftOB In bringing business to Caaaoa daring the war, is going to EntUad la a somewhat similar capacity. Tils task will be to try and retain aa ��cb as possible of the great Mport trad* Canada baa built up dur-Itf the war. He hopes to use the trowueta of Canadian factories in the tee-atmoUoa of Europe. He will be tfc�tw to direct busiuesa Canada's way. Ha4 ha been there waen the agricul-tgrgl Implement mstter came Up, fau- The iron crosses which the former German emperor bo lavishly bestowed i during the war are now being eoid in ' Germany for one cent apiece, a telegram from Amsterdam bays. Scrap Iron usually draws a blgges price, Umn that. Mayor Ilardle ought to -end over a couple of cents and get u fev for the Lethbrldge nuse'im. Moiiclne Hat haa been chosen a-one of th'i demobilization centres for Alberta. Lethbrldge was considered but General Mewburn states that Medicine Hat was chosen to obviate counter travelling and tim- save, traii-.-portation expenses. The boidiurs for the Crows Nost line and branches will come to Modiitine Mai and fiotn there will travel to their destination ^ There ia a (�rtain class in Canada sympathetic with the ifoisheviki. Her" is a sample of the kind of creature they are linking up with: Omsk., Nov. It. - iDolaycd i- Cze cho-Slovaku have found tho bodies of five grand dukes in a v.-cii a: Aii'.opa-visk. Among them waa Conatuntino Constanttuovltch, whose wife is imprisoned by tho boUheviki at i'erm. According to the Czechs' information the grand dukes were taken from I'erm, thrown into a J5-toot woll alive and then hand grenudea were thrown into the well. , In a . forest hear Kkatc-rinburg, whence the czar was killed, ti5 bodies were found unburied. They were leading Ekaterinburg citizens the bol-shovlkl had shot. If that-kind of tiling is to be the means of bettering the world, t.'te Lord help the wori'i- iCONUNt Kb I'ltoM HtuVj' 1'AOK) been killin,; off !:er own beef cattle for civilian nv, including, inevltu'dy, during the war periot, large nuuibers of ihe .-.ling stock. Keienlly, however, th  killing off of female valves has been .-tupped Want Alberta Cattle "The Mini-ti-r of Agriculture ir. I'ari.-i l>--; s.maily asked mo for Catiiid-lan nhipnieut.- oi live animals, a* Canada was the n;ily (ountry outaide the Kruu-h emb.vigo. We shipped tlu-m ir.�0>"i h,.-:id in litis from -\lbertu, but w.-.-v jir. v.:f,1 from continuing tills Wade tor l:i.-k of shipping space. Tim dr-mund i. r breeding stock Is greater than ever now an I ws hope to have ships, soon. Need Much Foodstuffs 'France will require many millions of -. wort!) of foodstuffs from .itiroad i'1-' a gutiil many years. The troop.-> w.!> in be Jed dor two or thrct- hi'foie ilemobiliziitlon It. ioinplete.-i. Tin- li't.-rtuahler-sBlieral in I'aria tod me tie was prepared to buy in Canada :is soon us credit ar-range.'iii'ti's t. The lust natm-it fa-" h reported tm pro-, greasing favorably Mr. .lo^ T. Itrown, formorly Ui�h-op of Card-ston First Ward, is reported m itt a Mtriou-i condition from par tlsl paraly�U. He went to Halt l^ake City for eye treatment In the lute summer and Buffered a paralytic stroke while enrout� home. Since his return there wa-i improvement until tho lattt two week? -nd since that time he has been rather on the decline. His many friende will all bo anxiously looking for better news. Big Cattle Shipments A.-i alrt-udy noted Knight and Wat ; son h�v�} shipped ibreo tralnloadH of beef cattle from Cardaton, 'ora� 5* cars, and they now are awaiting tho arrival of �'� car.-' for another shipment. A truinload U leaving today for the � I'. Burns. Company, being reported as j cattle purehuM-d south' Of Cardston | from the I'otertion Hros, ranch (form-| erly Salt ftroa.i, and from the Robt. Uowe and Hros. ranch. ' Word cornea to hand that Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cook, who were both ill with tho influenza at their ranj'ii, aro making rapid improvoment and will soon be out again \||aa Nan Hyk�=. our expert primary teacher here, has i returned from nursing then) and li now reported ai ill with the prevailing dUeaee. Mr. and Mr&. Thomie of Woolford. are both in bed with the "flu" and : will be pleased to hour of their early | recovery. Mr. KIdredge and family j of the same district are now about j again and we trust no others of the Woolford district may ba thus afflicted. The people I IllE a Miltabie Alan Mi I..-!. if Stonewall, itt dl-cu i titemoriil to tile Lite V.C , *uKge..|ed t hat if the Victoria Cm her"�-:i of ilamtrtlia be j 1 ic I In the ante i h�tit,-r ..f i!n- n-w capitol, at l the reci-u-lng ve.-y r.-n *mi Cr.dorxalion. FS ENULSIOK A iintiiiiri.l motiutueiit io i-.'iti \ci) aiiii t.'ie Canadian !im -�o i,'in! m The monument I* belni; �uted by Hamilton McCarthy, It V the �rll luiun'i Canadian nculptor. th Civ A very little, taken regularly, is far more beneficial than when taken by fits apd starts. ScoH'm EmuUion is concentrated nourishment that contributes to Strength and helps confirm the body in vigor and h-lth t*.>Ai Nowik,T'minto *i"t A . Why Buy at 9 Because my interests are here. Because the community that is good enough for tne to live in is good enough fpr me to huy in. ; INDIANS HAVE 'FLU ! Winnipeg, Nov. -jl.-"Conditions among tho Indium due to Spanish Influenza aye no wor.-io than among j tho white population of Canada," said .1. It. Dunn, Inspector of Indian agencicH for northern .\(�nltoba and western Ontario today. In bis district about 1,0(10 Indian* have been stricken with the dlseaae up to the' present, and 5u have died out of a total population of 7,206.- Nlntt doctors (are caring for the sufferers, and *t>4 epidemic is well under control. "feftfrtan women are ii;jl.t l-d�!n-l tfu Canadian tr�u|,r in t\� tin.��Ui-.- \S niw-i aunea are now ia~tal!e ever ' pjinled ttmn the Medical Advi-t r a l^iok containing l,(j(M paR.ti, and iMjuad in i iotb, , with chapters on Ku-t Aid, ll-ntis-titev i and �-*re of fracture*, 'I'al.mjf , it w-iul .Ml cm, to 1/.. 1'Kr.e Court-riiht St., Urir. i'iem-'d 1 ;iV(,nt tie a iplcn'iiil j I'^ji" d'ioi'8 i-xjie'-l-dlfpv. 1 lake fr*-�t . f.tti-.ureinrii'.uimeud- : ni& tlr. I'i<-r'*'� fivi.1-lie I'r^tKTiptiun to tall ; ulteritr* Iruia ttUMi'l ' THERE IS | NO ALCOHOL IN OOCTOH PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION!. Because I believe in transacting business with my friends. y Because I want to see the goods I am buy- in��. Because I want to get what I buy when I pay for it. Because my home merchant will lake care of me when I run short of cash. Because some part of every dollar I spend at home stays at home and helps work for the welfare of the town and the county. Because the home merchant I buy from stands back of his goods, thus always giving value received. Because the merchant I buy from pays his share of the county and town taxes. Because the merchant I buy from helps support our poor and needy, our schools/our churches, our.lodges and homes. The dollar sent away seldom returns, while the money spent at home is apt to leave a scrapling at your door. ;