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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta twpj^lill WEEKLY ikr�|Mt^rfe - acceptable; to Canada. It would make the reconstruction problem rather easy to handle. Th^ tranefer of those warships must have^]^en humiliating to the Germans, but it deserrei It all-and a great deal more. �The Trench women haven't forgotten the. attitndie of the German women during the war. It is too soon to overlook the past and forgive everything. Soviet goveromettt members are pre- ed on. What.are they to do for bus-! paring to flee from Russia. Evidently bands, thes? wom^ ^ho are of mar-jj^^g^^^ coming to its aehses 'and riageable age noT/? It js concerning � ,____ nrxhin*.., rmititrioa not whefl It dOBB It WOn t ; pi ace .for Soviets,, . be a comfortable even the nobility of both cotmtries not a little. A French countess talked w^th me about it with the utmost frankness, saying that- before the war j Prance had 2,000,000 more women than ; she bad men, and now there were the Wilson cabinet may mean that he twice as many as that. She was "con-j jg going to drill himself for the next w. 'g. McAdoo's retirement from cerned about-the perpetuation of her race, and -said she hoped that hundreds ot thousands of . our soldiers i -would determine to make their homes in France after the war was over. 'They are the finest men God ever produced,* she declared, 'and our women seed them for husbands.' "In England it is the same. Lady Sybil Grey, daughter of Earl Grey, with many others of her class, is interesting hercelf in preparing for the care oE American soldiers after the war, hoping that they may take up their homes In England and marry English women. Many of our boys will be educated in England, under - the plan authorized by Congress. They will be accepted in the best homes In England, and will find no barriers pf � caste prohibiting them from access to-the best British families. Some ot them -will remain there and marry. The war has .changed many things, and thla is one ot them. It is no longer a iquestidn of ImpoverUhlng British an^ French noblemen coming to America to marry our wealthy girls, but of 'keeping our American boys over there to marry rich British And French girls." 'Head and digest' that statement. It comes from Mr. Kellogg, publisher of the San Francisco CalU just recently ba^ from England and France. Don't tnoit It as ft joke, because Mr. Kellogg spoke seriously, and no doubt the Tl|ew ])e hits expressed is often advanced amongst- thoughtful people. The . toll iof deith in the war has been tre- meifiAom. MlllJons of the best, bright-. e4l�>;and fittest of our young men have ':'1ba0a cut off by the war. Realizing th�y fact, what Mr. Kellogg says --bobb4>; i'^asonable and possible. The .inur-;-wlU tnuuform the-,-worJd In mpre ;�fMi�ot�::tiwn one. Democratic Presidential nomicaiion. He may be ambitious to succeed papa-in-law. Like his six sons, the Kaiser's fortune is safe so far. It woiild be a bad risk to insure its safety for very long in the future. And the sons may not be a good risk either. George B. McKay shouldn't retire from the school board. He can be of splendid service to the community by remaining as a member of that very important body. Germany Is crying for food. It should not forget how It treated Belgium. "An eye for an eye and a tooth tor a tooth," is the sort of treatment Germany really deserves. Some ot the conditions he found on tho lease are nnbelievnble, yet of the 659 cases ot 'flu w-lilch he has had only six deaths have been reported. The last patient in the hospital, a Jap, died and was buried yesterday. We are glad to report the marriage ot one of our returned "vets.", ilr. Fred Shaffer to Miss Ida Kettle on Wednesday at the home ot Mr. Kettle, the bride's father, just so-jth of Stirling. The ceremony was performed by Bishop Fawns of Stirling. Mr. Shaffer enlisted with the 113th. After i-eacb-ing England and training for a short tim he Was drafted to France, where he soon was sent into the trenches, but only for a short time, j Having (From Our iOWn C-ivrc-'ipondnnt) ^ Noblefprd,. AM., Nov. 23.-The old school house, which was purchased by A. Stirensbn, propriator of the pool hall, has now been, moved into another position on Main street. Both buildings are oonuoctad with one another and Mr. Sorehson is having plate glass Ing. He also has had n comenr side walk put down outside his pretnlsds.: H. Shearer has bcon appointed re turning office^ for the village 03ec�i tions which are to be huld next month. P. Collins, who was appointed auditor by the village couiu'il recently, .has Just finished auditing the village books to Octo})er Slst. The great victory iv;ir loan of the year ot vict,ory has been llnishod find this district has no reason to feel down-hearted at the le.sult ot their efforts. Wlien the lists closed on Saturday night the total ot $70,500.00 had been collected. Nobletord thus having gained its honor flag and also a crown. We have reasoii to feel proud of cur little district which in -spite of a 'dry year could raise so gooiUy a sum. Last year the district taise>l $9.1,000.00 and with this yearfs ' subscription they have shown that they are behind >,he government In helping to finish tV.e war. No good cause has eve;- boeii refused in this district and thy people claimed that in addition to living In the best part of Canada, tliev have a'-ways shown a, willingnt"ss to help for-v.-ard the needs ot the Dominion as far as lay in their power. C. S. Noble has been making a trip this week to Montana looldng over the great faj-ms that are Doing opened in the Indian Reserves ot that state-by the government. Adjutant L. J. Bryenton ot the Sal SAN FRANCISCO,' Nov: 23.-Th(V mas jr. Mooney, a San-Francisco labor leader, today,, issued a statement through his wite, discussing tho report of John B. Dunsmuir, federal di-reotoi* of employment, who made an In-ventilation ot tho Mooney case. .The report, made public today,^ re windows 10x20 put Into each bufid-Keiled alleged otlniinalijies in other been gassed and also had spinal trou-1 vation Army, paid a brief business ble, he was sent home last spring. The j visit to our village yesterday. While couple will spend the beginning ot 1 she was here she took up the questloa their happy days on the bride's ranch just east ot town on the old Knight Factory farm. Their many friends wish them bounteoiis returns in their chosen vocation. ' In our last budget the misprint of Raymond raised 549.000 last year should be $94,000, for the victory loan. The figures stand for this campaign \ ot forming a Red Triangle organiia-tion in the village and district. 'The response to the appeal of a few weeks ago realized $146.00. C. W. Pettifer who built the brick school here, paid a business visit to the village on Thursday. During the past week Spanish 'flu has got another victim i;a our village but the case is only a slight one. So The poor marksman is held up to ridicule and criticism. There are exceptions, as for Instance this orie, recorded by The Toronto Telegram: ^ One of the interesting 'incidents narrated by Hon. H. J. Cody, cou-ceniing his trip overseas, relates to a dinner ilvan to AmerlcaE joumak Ists by Gen. Smnte (pronounced, by the acquainted, Smoots). One of the guests was a distinguished BritiHh officer, who, in the course ot ;,he evening, told how, in the South African war, he had had the opportunity of taking good aim at one of the Boer leaders-and had missed him. That' Bqer leader was bis present host,' Smuts, Smuts certainly was worth mlas-In�. - - , ..... ' fKrom Our Own CorresDondent^ t Foremost, Nov. 23.-Hay is being shipped in to this place in very large quantities from the north. The farmers are taking advantage of the fine weather and good roads to haul It out to their farms.  The 'Flu claimed another victim on Thursday at 1.15 a.m. in the person of Mr. O, Fleishman, a young farmer liv-*, ing north ot town. Mr. and Mrs. Fliesh-man had helped to nurse a neighbors family wtio were all atricken with the dread disease. Mr. and Mrs. Fllesh-man were both stricken down and were brought to the hospital here with the result,that Mrs. Flieshmah Js recovering but Mr. Fleishman in, spite of careful nursing and medical attention tailed to rally and passed away. Mrs. Flieshman's mother and brother and Mr. Flieshman's brother from. Spokane, arrived on Tuesday. Interment will be made in the Nesmiscam cemetery. Mr. Joe Beguin motored across to Bow Island on Wednesday on business. Mr. Thos. Owen of Lethbridge was in town on Friday. The 'Flu Is on the decline, only two new cases being reported during ihS week. I The war over, the 'flu past, it Is'a good time for the board of trade '|o wake up and make an endeavor to Impress upon the officials of the C. P. R. the importance ot completing this line between Manyberriea and Alta-wan noxt year. This is the tlme-~tp be doing it before the program of construction for the year Is framed. Major C. S. Walters, former mayor of Mimilton, willgi; with the Siberian expedition as Inspector of accountlt way to recovery. In the district round about us theFe are, about 10 cases, l)Ut these are being taken care ot in the hospital at Barons,. MAGRATH (From Our Own Correspondent) Magrath, Nov. 23.-."^Ir. Nathan Tanner is here visiting his sons Earl and Byron and Jjis daughter, Mrs. D. y^sl-son. The beautiful crOM, a floral tribute to the late A. Shelton, sent by the Chipman family, was omitted from, tlie list of offerings in last issue. Mayor Benhion was a visitor In Calgary this week. LEAVITT $130,200 as the final count. . _ _ . The board of health has decided to far there have been five cases, -but keep everything closed in Raymond two of them have completely recoVer-until Sunday, Dec. 1st, when the \ ed and the other three are well on^he churches will open. On the Monday following the public school and the academy will'open, also the movies. We commend the board in its curtailment of amusements and'public gatherings until every possibility of 'flu is gone. , The other day a mother who has two sons at the front, handed the writer the following: "The war is ended. 1; might walk townward. wfthout that "aehing, dread of bullgtlhs i&al Wad flartened the. July sun'shjne jini twice njade'^lie scarlet leaves- of; October seem stained with blobd. On how many paths, leading to how many homes, where proud memory does all she can to till the fireside gaps with shining shapes, must not men be walking in Just such.j pensive mood as I? Ah, young heroes,' safe in immortal youth as those of. Homer, jtou at least carried your ideal unttirnished! .It is locked for you beyond moth and rust in the trea-^ sure-chamber of death. Is not k coun-: try that has had such as they in it, that could give such as they, a brave j'oy in dying for It, worth something -then." , . The above is by Lowell after the .American Ciivil War. Mrs. Parley Vanwagoner and family are going to Prove, Utah, to spend the winter. - ^^ . Mr. "Vanwagoner went to Seattle to work in the shipbuilding yards of the U.S. Government for a short time, then to California,- but being dissatisfied wiant to Prove, his old home, whei-e the family will meet him. They will return about April 1st, next. TLUCUir FOREMflSTViCTi (From Our Own Correspondent) Leavltt. Nov. 22,-Mr. Amos Leavitt and Jlr. Leonard Pilling have rented the large farm otlt this power prostituted ,to murder working men who may^ be obnoxious to the' open shop movement. ",The' United States government should take complete control of the proseciitlbn of the individuals exposed by ..Mr, Dunsmuir under the Espionage Act and that section ot tho United! States constitution w-hich makes it a felony to deprive any cltl-aefi of his rights without due process of IftWv "'Tbls astounding disclosure more than Justifies the charges we have so repeatedly made for the past few yejirs that we were the victims of a ch^fier of commerce conspiracy. '"But I am still under sentence of death and the date of my murder ia Friday, Dec. 13. (Signed) "Thomas Mooney" Doiirs of Pleasure It's not easy to forget the enjoyable hours passedrin music with family and friends about your player-piano. TheMtson & Risoh Player Piano with its rare, sRttafying.tone-its simplicity and ease of operation, is an UNUSUAL PIANO DISTINGUISHED FROM ALL OTHERS). , Following selections are splendidly arranged oa Plftyer,r,olls-come in and hear them. \" . �, PLAYER ROLLS Blue Bird Old Folks at Home Because I Love You, Dear Just a Wearyin' for You _M#ON & RISGH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. LETHBRIDQB ford Kemp, it is expected, will also be in the running. \ J. B. Walsh, a well-known authority on Canadlan'tra^^poriatlon questions, has been appointed to the position of general s'ecl-elary of , the Canadian Manufacturers' association, it is announced. ' lie" sdcceeds. G. .M. Murray, who is to-take  over other duties in connection with the association. LONDON, Nov, 23.-(Cable to Toronto Telegram)-Irrespective of rank or catei;ory, ainy Canadian ojficer in England may now proceed to Canada. This was learned hei-e today. By the end of the month It Isi expected that 10,000 to 12,000 Canadians ct other rank will have sailed for Canada. By Christmas, the number of returning troops win probably have reached 20,- 000. \ : i ��>�% , � ,, The departure" of the Canadians'-wiir be accelerated because of the fact'that the Imperial atithorltles require Borden and other camps for demobillza-tion and they havis also asked for the evacuation of Seaford. Fear is expressed here that Canada is scarcely ready for the 8000 Can-J adlnns still in hospitals in France and tiie 40,000) in hospitals in England, who should be returned to Canada to liberate the hospitals here for' the Imperial troops wounded in the last atage of the war. - of the newest citizens oi Toronto. W la a son of Herbert Bond, an employe* of the Canada Life Insurance � Con^ pany. The boy waS born on Nov, 1\ the day of the armistice celebratloi; and of the. great Victory Loan'parttda in Toronto. Under the cIrcuniBtance! the parents just had no alternativfl but to connect the boy's name with th< events ot the tinie,  , . _  A propoailion to utilize , the Vast* coal of western m^nes has been mada tn'the research council by Hon. C. A. Dunning, of Saskatchewan. There are thousands of tons of slack coal whicb J. V. Lypn, ./foi-iiieHy supervisor of the department of thanual arts i^ tho Calgary sfjho'ols, and now of Menominee, Wis., ha.s recently been np-. pointed state supervisor for the school .;s not suitable for shipment and "Mr, of trades and Industries and partlcu- Duuning's idea is to construct' ifower larly war training in the city ot Des pl.TOts at the mines and transmit tho Moines, Iowa. . power to prairies. The lignite boaj-i3 ; will look into the feasibility bt tha "Victory Bond'-' is the name of one'proposal. , IICKED UP IN .ASSING iig��s� for the bdsy man New Orleans will not hold its .annual Mardi Gras next March. Rev. D. B. Johnston died at Lake-flejd, Ont. W. F. Dunn, barrister and ex-Aid. S. A. Hamilton, are mayoralty candidates in Moose Jaw. Moses Entin, a lawyer at FallRIver, Me., was co^iTlifted of attempting to bribe an Exemption Board physician,, and was sentenced to one year's imprisonment. Aid. A. J. GabagaU) who has been a member-of the Woodstock council tor five years, announces himself as a candidate for the mayoralty. Aid. Clit- White by Nature Ivory Soap is white by nature as tream . 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 spotlessness in soap. Ivory's naitural creamy whiteness is a gooti indication that it will do to your entire satisfaction all that is required of soap. 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