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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR Tin-: DAILY MONDAY, NOVBM.nim 25, 191F. n'tfcge ibet'att) DAILVAND WEEKLY 1 and Publishers ,THE LETHflRIDCE HERALD PRINT- ING COMPANY, LIMITED Street South, W- A. Buch'irian PrsrtKsl MaiugluE Director -John', TiiriBhcc Business Manager TELEPHONES "Butfaeii Office 1Z52 Office MOTHERS' PENSIONS URGENTLY NEEDED Tho Influenza epidemic bus takon tE Its toll many filliers and mother.'. and lull behind (cores o( children, cnllcif. lu hundreds o( Instanced families of chll.livu ure Ml to j me care o[ a I'nrhsr or WIOI'ILT nloue. j There will be countless oases wlicre tills proUKnn must lucl ju-1 ileall vvilii liy Ihe twc, not as a but Js u service to liiimdully. In ioiuo "HE ill cUles houaTtl lu reeled by the l children ur.s 1o be and li- ret.'lor of why made In- of tho Moouey case, The report, mscle public today, re vealad alleged cMmlnaUJIc-B In oilier coses whlcli tend (o Involve many of the officials who wore connected will; (lie bomb explosion trial. Mooney's statement follows: Dutlsltiillr disclosure speaks [or Hsolt. Jqtt lliluk what a elmilar liivostljatlou ivotlld have dlsclcried If lu the early tho !or hy tho vl llano eannn SubJcrlpllon funs: rlellvcrea, per week Pally, delivered, per year Jusi finished auditing durlnK a Minu skill w.ia una It was to Oriolier 31st. stages of iha frame-up. orl of coiu'ciil ration camp wheri Tho great victory war loin of the itr and children ar "Those corrupt forces THE QUESTION OF NATURAL RESOURCES U ts.nol surprislDK thai Ihe eastern provinces could not agree with lliose ot tbe west, abou! natural resources. The prairlre provinces will never ob- tain lltc-lr natural resources through unanimity on the part ot all the Can- adian provinces. Each province is concerned about Itself arid if tie weEtorn provinces get lneir natural resources, ihe east wants an eiulva- lent. Tueso eastern provinces aad Brit- ish Columbia already have their re- sources, so they have no concern with (he prairie provinces in their demand. H Is a case with them or "VVliat we have, we've got, and what we haven't ive'll Irv to get-1' Tbs natural resources, mailer.must be decided by the Dominion govern-i ment on Its merits. There is a Union Goveinme-nl in power now and it should be broad enough to decide IJie qucaliou, without being concerned about sectional matters. One great political parly in tbe past was an ad- vocate ot thft policy of giving the pa- lural resources to Uie western prov- inces, but when it came to power it failed lo carry 'out HE The other great partv created Alberta and Saskatchewan Into hut did not glvo them their natural resources. In recent sears, its leaders..altered Ihclr altitude, but whether the nalcr; al resources TffouJiJ aciually..come tc> us. if they power, is open to question since .Uie matter has been so much trilled with in the The Union Government oilght to right the unras snd put the- western provinces on the same footing as the other prov- inces, no mattefCbe claims of the oth- er provinces for an equivalent by an Increase in subsidy. In tha past (he natural resources have heeu handled aboua for political ends; now is the time for a government lo treat the matter entirely on Mi merits. Into ibe world to earn a. livelihood auJ Ute SPSS? arc unbelievable. ot the I year could raise so guoilly a l.jM i i u-iihini i 6J-' 0[ wMt'h ll0 hul i year the district fSS.00n.Ci] ani leave the children at without A nnly j wllh thl, mother's care for long iiouri o[ Ihe lrl lrie day. our duly to our afflicted j died and lillrlod yesterday. mothers and children, to care for them Wo lo report the marriage in this v.ay. Far Letter chat tbe sfato should enable the mother to cure tor her llltlo family tban lhat she should be forced lo neglect them by leaving them to earn to feed and clothe of 'ill) which lie has hid I year the dtstrlei fSS.OOIU'i] ani only sii deaths liavi" bed; reported, j wllh thlj year's The last palkut la the nuptial, a Jap, luavo shown that they are behind 'he In hc-lpiUE lu finish tUe war. good tias ever been refused in this district inul llu1 people ____ nf one returneil -Mr. Vrei Shaffer to Miss Ida Kettle ou claimed Hint In addition to living In Wednesday at liie home of Mr. Kettle. the best parl of Canada, ihov hnvo a'- (hem. If we (all lo provide stale as- wltn llie the bribe's father, Just south ot Siir- lies. The ceremony was performed by Dishop Pawns of Stirling. Mr. Shaffer Ihtn we till be permitting greater to met in the future. grow up to be The neglected child would develop Into tho criminal and Itler in life would :'ind its way into public Institutions and be an ex- pense lo the state. It 15 our positive duly lo avoid such a possibility. The child must oe glren a real chauce to mature into a full life, where it will Q( (0 LumaDitv ed (hc ]t we mf punishment when lhat child develops ilto manhood or womanhood. We all After reach- ing England and training (or a short ways shown a io Jicl.i for- ward, the r.ecds of tl.o Dominion r.s far as lay in their power. U. S. N'oblu lias ben: miking n trip this week to Monlani looking aver tho great fajiua tliat ari> opened _ Mm he was drafted lo where Jin tho Indian Reserve! ef (hat slate he soon was sent Inlo the Irpnchos. I by the- government. but only for a short time. Having) Adjutant J. Bryeulou of the Sal- been gassed and also had spinal Iron- vallon Army, paid a brief business ble. he was sent home last spring. The i visit to our village yesterday. Wlille couple will spend the beginning of she was here she took up Iho ciueallon their on. the bride's ranch 'nf forming a Red Triangle organiza- just east of lown on the old Knight lion in the village and district. The Faclory fariu. Their many friends response to Ihe appeal of a few wcohs wish them bounteous returns in their! ago realized 51W.OO. chosen vocation. In our last budget the misprinl of C. W. Petllfer who built the brick school here, paid a business visit to Raymond raited list year the village on Thursday. should be for Ihe victory loan. During tho past week Spanish 'llu The figures stand for this campaign has got another victim in our village as the final count. !hut the cnse is only a slight one. So murderers, wealthy and I all the EiUurnalla of tbe under-world f which ia the basis ol this power pros- tituted to murder worXln? men who may1 ho obuoilons to the open shop inuvoinecit. "iriie United Stales government should lake comulelo control of the prosecution of the Individuals cxpoe- ed by Mr. Uunsmulr under Iha Es- plcnagc Act nud that section of Ilic United. Slates constitution which makes II felony to deprive, any clll zen ot his rights without due process ol law, "This astounding disclosure more than justifies the charges wo Iiav3 so repeatedly made for tho past lew years that we wore the vlellms of .1 chamber of commerce conspiracy. "But I am sllll under sentence: of death and the date ot my murder Is Friday. Dec. 13. Hours of Pleasure It's not easy to forget the enjoyable hours passed in music with family and friends about your player-piano, The. llsson TUsch Player Piano wlili HE satisfying Us simplicity and ease ot operation, li an UNUSUAL PIANO DISTINGUISHED FROM ALL Following selections are splendidly arranged OE IMayer rolls conio In oud hear Ihem. PLAYER ROLLS lllup Illrd Old Polks at flome Hccauso I f.ove You, Dear Just a Wearyln' for You MASON R1SCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST, 6. LETHBRIDQE ,j The board of heallh has decided to i far there have been fii'e cases, but that the child propeny cared keef m Raymond, two of them have completely recover- know for and developed in the home, in becomes a useful raaa or, womau, but ihe child, without the care and Bttenliou of a. rnother in Llie years ea ils character i3 beiag ia otnety-nme cases out ot a hun- dred. Uter becomes a charge upon the stale, In some danner or other. Mothers' penaiona should lie creat- ia thts province' without delay. Never ivas lae nestl greater, "4 until Sunday, Dec. 1st. when the cd and the three are well on the churches will opcfl. On the Monday way lo recovery. In tlie district round following the public school and Ihe; about us thcTc are about 10 cases, but academy will open, also Infi movies. 1 these are being taken care of In Ihe We commend Ihe board in iu curtail- hospital at ment of amust-jnent.-; and public gath- ering? until every possibility ol 'flu is gone. The other day a mother who has; two sons at the front, handed the er the following: war Is ended. 1 might walk ford Kemp, It Is cinecleil, also be in tho running. v. J. K.'Wolsli. a wcll-tuown aulhorily on CanailJfln quesllona, been appointed to the position of general of Ihe (Signed) "Thomas Mooucy" U Is au- nounced. lie succeeds D. M. Miir- ray, who Is to tafce over other duties i hi connection with the associntlon, J. V. Jornierly supcrvlcor of of tho newest citizens o( Torooto. 11( Is a eon oT Herbert Uonn, an omploycc ot the Canada, Uto Inauranco Com! pany. The bay waa on Kov. U ihe ilfty 'o[ the fti'mleUce celobratloc ami o[ lUo. great Victory pardrie IE Toronto, Under tbo clrcumstancei llio parents Just hr.d no alternative' Imt to connect the boy's name with events ot the iltue. A proposition lo roal or western mhies baa been made MAGRATK (From L'dnYspoiidenU Magratb, Nov. U.3.--Mr. Xathan Tan- juer is here visiting bis SODS Earl and LONDON, Nor. lp Tor- onto Telegram) [rrespectlvo of rank categorv, any Canadian officer in England may proceed lo Canada, This learned hexo today. By the end of the montli-ft Is] expected that lo Canadians ot other of bulletins thai had achina darkened .ndil, fl D. the. billion Kun nioaey would very acceptable; to Canada, li'iiviul-J make the reconstruction problem ra- ther eisy lo-bandle. The Lracafer ot those warships must havcxbeen bamiliating to tbe Germans, hut >t deserves It a great deal more. The French women haven't forgot- ten ihe Bllitude ol the German, wom- en during the "war. It loo soon lo overtook the psst fcrsive every- thing. GKE OF THE OUTCOMES OF THE WAR Think.. England has lost l.S'. nien IQ the irar'acd France has sacri- ficed woman have lif- cd on. What are they lo do for bus- bands Ihese women who are ot is C0mlng-i0 Us- sen-5B5 -ana naeeablc age now? U is conOEraios even He nobility ol both countries not a HUle. A French countess talked place for Soviets. wUh me aliout it with the utmost i frankness, saying that before the war i Kianre- baa more women than she had men, iod povr tiiere Ihe Wilson cabinet may mean that he twlco 2S miny as that. She was "con- ls Io driii himselt Jor the cerned anoul- (he perpetuailoii ol her nomlcation. race, and -aid she hoped that hund- reda of thonsinds ot our soldiers He may be ambitious to succeed papa- -would determine lo make their homes In Franca alter the war n-as over, j _ 'They are the finest men God ever produced.' declared, 'and our no- j Like liis sii sons, the Kaiser's for- men need them for husbands tune is safe so far. It would he a July suhshme aiid tvnce icvide the scar- el leaves of October seem slained with blood. On how 'many paths, .eadins (o bon- manv homes, n-here proud memory (Iocs nil she can to til! fireside gaga with shining shapes, -uuut not men be walking in just such 5l7e mood as I? Ah, j-ouDg heroes. safe In immortal youth aa these of Homer. at least carried your ideal uolarnislicd! .It Is lociej for you beyond moth and rust in the sure-chamber of death. Is not a coun- try lhat has had such as they In it, lhat could give such as they, a brave In dyiDE for it, worth something The above is by Lowell after the American Civil War. Soviet government members are pce- arlns Lo flee from Evidently it does it wou t be i comiorlable McAdoos relirement from The beautiful a floral tribute to ihe late A. sent by the Cnipman family, WES from, the list ol in issue. Mayor Bennlon was a visitor in Cal- gary ibis weet. LEAVITT lira. Parley V'aairp.gO' are going to Provo, Uiiiti, Lo spend ihe Mr. Vamragoner TrenL to" Seattle lo work in the shlpbuililcg yards of the U.S. GovcTDincnt Tor a short time, Ibtn IQ hut being dissatisfied went to Provo, his olrt home, where the family will meet him. They will return about April 1st, ceil. if (From Our Own correspondent! LesvltS. Nov. Amos Leavitt and Mr- Leonard Pilling have rented the large fnrm Qulnton in Leavitt. ifr. Leavilt has just mored Into his new quarters. Mr. Oshorn U'righl look down Spanish Influenza whllp up in the mountains getting out Timber. Iffi waa up there two dayi wilh it before he i the department of manual arta ITI till tvthe- research council hy lion. C. ,V Calgary schools, anil now of Imunlug, of SasVatchawan. Them are mince. WIs.. has recently heen Jr-; Ihnuiands of Ions ol slack coal whict poin'.ert state supervisor (tjr tbo not anilable for shipment and llr. of trades aud industries and parUcu- Du-.iulng'e Idea ia io constnicl'powol Jarly war training li Ihfi city of UL-S at the mines and transmit Ihe Molnee Iowa i (o prairies. Tho llgnllo hourii ;ivlll look Into Iho feasibility o! tha "Victory Bono'.' is the name ol oue'proposal. j -auk will have sailed for Canada. By hrtetraas, the number of returning .roops will probably have reached 000. _ i The departure; of iie accelerated because of the fact thai j the Imperial authorities require Bor- den and other camps for demobiliza- tion and they have" also asked for the evacuation oE SeaEord. Fear ia expreaa'ed here (hat Canada is scarcely ready Tor. (he 8GOD Can-. adlans sllll in hospllala In France ant! the W.QQQj In Hospitals in 'England, who should ba returned to Cannda to liberate the hospitals here (or the Im- perial troops wounded In the last Mage oE tlie war. anrt family! CouM get home. Aa a reanlt he was "En England It fa Ihe same. Lady Syhil Grey, daughter of Earl Grey, with many cf her class, is in- teresting herself in preparing for the care of American soldJera after the war, hoping lhat they may lake up Ihelr homes in England and marry English women. Many of our boys bad risk to insure ICs safety for very long Itl Ihe future. And tbe sons may not be a good risk either. George H, McKay shouldn't retire from tbe school board. He can he of very sick when he finally reached his home. He Is getting better very rap- Idly now. There have been dozens of teams getting out fire wood from Ihe Water- ton Park days. The roads are excellent and ihe timber Is good.- Very few cases of Influenza in Leavilt have occurred during the pres- ent epidemic. G. E. Cahooo and D. O. j Wight tre the only two reported. attribute tliis remarkable result." to the fact that all Leavltt citizens obeyed the mask order and no meeting -or have been held here for nearly a month. ANOTHER AIR FATALITY BKAMSV1LLE. Ont., Nov. 23 Lleul. T. Logan was killed at IUO yesterday morninR in an airplane accl- dent at Ihe R.A.P. school of gunnery ]here. Next of kin (father) Is Alexan- thippea in to mis place n L Woodslde, New Glasgow, quantities from Ihe norln. The larmers _ are taking advantage of the fine thcr and good roads to haul it out to their (arms. The 'Flu claimed another victim on Thursday ai 1.15 a.m. (n the person of be accepted in the best honiei in Kngland, and will find no barriera of 1 casle proitbltinE them from acceja la. test British Some oil Ihem will remain there and marry. The war has changed many things, and is one of then, li ta no longer a rjueslloa of ImpoverUhlng Drltisr. and French noblemen coming to Am- erica lo roarry onr wealthy girls, but; of keeping our American boys over them lo marir rich British aad French girls." Kead End digest lhat FlaUmcnt. It comes from Mr. Kcllcsg, pubjjsbc? c! the San Francitc-o Call; j'lst recenllr back from England and Franca. Don't treat It as a Joke, because Mr. Kellogg jnrtVa and HO dOQbl view le eiprcssed Is often advanc- ed thoughtful people. The tell of deilh ID Ihe war has been Ire- menjous. Millions ot the brighl- ejtund fittest of our young men have been cut by the -war. Realizing that fact, what Mr. Kellogg tiys .war will Innatorm tha world In more I thin one. remaining aa a r anl nody. o( lhat Iinaii uad itelpr-rt to nurse a T.eighbor.i family who were all stricken wilh tht dread disease. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fllesh- 'man were both Etrickcu down and were brought tu Ihe hospital with the result lhat Mrs. Flteshman re- ere for an eye and a tooth a covering tut Mr. rlejshraan In spile i of careful nursing and medical atten- looln, .3 tbe sort ol treatment G-r- ,0 away many really deserves. Mrs. Flleshman's mother and brother and Mr. Fliefhman's brother from.Spo- Sanc-. arrived on Tuesday. Interment Germany It crying (or food. It snooH not forget how It treated Belgium. "An The poor marksman up lo ridicule anil criticism. There are ei- eptloos, 23 for [calance this recorded by The Toronto Telei wii'i ceracterr. in the H ICKED UP IN ASSING FOn THE BTJ3V MAS New Orleans will not hold Its an- nual Mardi Gras neil March. Rev. D. B. JSMMSIOL died at Lake- Held. Ont. "W. F. Dunn, barrister and ei-Ald, S. A. Hamilton, are mayoralty car.dl dates in Moose Jaw. MOSSB Entln, a lawyer at Fail River. Me., was convicted of attempting Lo bribe an Exemption Board and was sentenced to one year's Im- prisonment. Aid. A, J. (Jahagan, who has been a member-of the Woodstock council for five years, announces himself as n candidate for the mayoralty. Aid. Clil- White by Nature Ivory Soap is by nature as cream or cotton is white. It is not bleached. Its whiteness denotes its goodness and its extreme purity; for only a combination of the choicest ingredients could produce such Ivory cpotkssness in soap. Ivory's natural creamy whiteness is "a good indication that it will do to your entire satisfaction all that is required of soap. IVORY SOAP Hi 99 IJeJe in Iftc Piecttr A llimflton, C one> Mr. Joe ractored across lo liow Island on Vv'clnoaday on business Mr. Thaa. of Lethhrldge was One of the incidents 1 in town on Friday, narrated by Hon. H. J. Cody, con-1 Tlie'Flu Is on the decline, only two his trip relates to new rases being reported during IhS z dinner rirea to American wcc-t. Ists by flsn. SmuU (pronounced, by war over, the It Is the acquainted, Smootjl. nf the good time for Ihe board of trade to tueils was a distinguished British wake up and make an endeavor to im- ofilrer, wbo, In course of '.'ie opon the official? of the C. P. evening, toid bow, In ihe Soalh AIri-1 K- she in-.cortincs of comjiietini; this I can war. ne hart bsd ihe oppjnnnlty line between MznybcniP.i and Alta-l of lafeing good aim at ono oi ino j r.--t This Is the liras'toi Beer had misled him. doing II before the program of con That Boer leader host, Smuls, Smuls cerl hit -worth slruction lor the year is framed. Major C. S. (orrncr mayor o" iUrnlltor., gj witii Ihc Rilierian ?s taijeclor ot will not prefer ihe rugged strength of a Maple Leaf Tire when it costs no more lhan a Plain Tread 1 Here are. tires of warranted ijaality, with ''15 years' skiii and experience built into them, selling at a price that spells strict economy. Every motorist owes, it to himself to investigate Maple Leal Tires. Made in siandaid sizes. Aikyoirr 'dealrr for Maple LeafTirei. Gel From leading JOBBERS; Write lo us for prices and lermt. The Maple LJeaf Rubber Co.e Limited, J MONTREAL. j ;