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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TIM- TUKSDAY, NOVKMBKK 26, 1018 lyevalb i Hlberta 1 DAILY AND WEEKLY and Publiihera THt LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINT. IHS.'COMPANY, LIMITED .32} tfip'Strtet South; Lelhbridge W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Uireclor lohn Torrance Business Manager 'TELEPHONES Office EdIUrial Office 1252 722-1 Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, per year Dilly. by mail, per year !j Weekly, by mall, per year Weekly, by mall, per year to Dates ot cipiry of subscriptlous ap- pear dally on 'address label. Accept ance of papers afler eiplraliou date is our authorily it continue the sub- scrlplion. WHAT ABOUT LAND TITLES OFFICE; that the war is over the Pro SOME LIGHT ON CANADA'S WAR DEBT Canada's ,war debt will be heavy, 'but it will bo much lighter than most countries. It la polnled out tiiat tier, many's war loans per capita Vo date amount to H06; Britain's to Austria's }202; France's. Am- tralla's, llaafaft, J10T; the United Slatei. und Couada's Indeed, Holland's mobilization IOBUB ,ione amount io over 114 per capita. 0 bo BUre the on all coun- ries will be heavy, but "In the king- ota of the blind tho one eyed map. U pnd In Ibts case Canadians at i-orst will be the "One-eyed iscause our war debt la considerably ess than that of others, and our re- ourccs incalculably more per caplla. P. C. lArkln. a prominent Toronto business nun, In a letter to the press points out tbat. It will. I think, he reasonable to assume that Canada In the future will 3rogres3 In population as the l'nil-3d Slates did Irom ihe lime thty pos- sessed a population of seven millions. Sister Came onErrand of Mercy ICKED UP IN ASSING Ftm THK IIUSY MAN With Wife Case nl Tiller (Craubrpok One of Iho! very sad Jeiths Jue lo tuo Itillucnza was Ihat of Mrs. plus. Klllolt.1 sister! of Mi., "inlay Hobson. Mrs. Elliott came hero from Calgary to lake Mrs. Rijbsd.n's children back with her to berrjwr; home. Slio was (From Owr. Corrl-'ponujnti TABKU, Nov. Sunday morn- when somo neighbors entered the Hombough homo ou the Judson ranch they witnessed "a sight not soon to be forgotten. Thb husb.-ind was (ound lend lu bed with Iho wife lying Eer- ..........._________ lously 111 beside him and (he four edit-1 accompanied by her husband, who 19 dre'ii of whom Is an Inlant a lew I a c n. conductor Bt Calgary, months old, ull down wllh lu.e influ-, was helping to arrange to make tile enia Mrs. Htuibo-JKh was onco lnove. Elliott was taken brought luto the hospllal Iri (own.! wiu, iho Influenza and on Thursday liter tho body ot the husband I xovember the Hlh she died. The bod) was conveyed to .ihe undertakers. The was Chipped to Lindsay. Ont., oil Sun fuueral will be held on Monday. solemnized between .Alfred Edyvarda; Mrs., Elliott, having no children 0 and Kva I.MIB. uotii o( I'urplo Springs. tiiair ovvn wore going lo adopt tb molhcrlejs babes Elllolt'a sis Tho sad dea'lh 'til Mrs. Hober Woc'iley. o( Kimberley. look placo o ______... r Wednesday, Nov. 131h. v pneumonli Mra. Urelg and daughter o( MOOSE i (oiioivlng nil atlack of influenza, beln Jaw are at preseut u.t the Lhc 'cause. She was burled on Sa home o( Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1'ilgrlm. in K.'of P. plot in tlie Cran A son was born on.Thursday night. I Dro3k cemetery. She leaves a hu to Mr. and .Mrs. nezinald band two ma'rrled daashters an i existed all the lime, VjiTrenie soulli at any- rate, i It Is a great inconvenience to the whole south to transact land titles aflalrs with Calgary.. There should -bo an oltlce at LetVorldje so thai this form of business can be (rans- Beled.eipedlilously. The centralization system in province has nlways worked century a bushel of wheat could bought (or Eevenpence, a cow for ten shillings, and a-sleep for a shilling and sixpence, while a laborer's wage was threepence per day. In 1500 the price of sn oi was 22 shillings; Jhat ol a sheep (wo shillings and fourpenre, and Iho ivage oi a laborer sixpence a The products ol onr labor will continue lo enhance In -value in their relation to gold, and I lake H thai the to tho debt in twenly-llve yeara will Ihus automalically reduce itself, because advantage of Calgary and Edmonlon. wm much froime to ply Governmenls seem lo thick that these its or lo pjy the debt Itselt. A wage has "trebled In my time, when it reaches six dollars .a J places are the centre ot business, and knowledge' and that all otter towns 5 and ciileajn Alberta ars of no parllc- nlaf acconot. day our debt will bo. reduced by half, as this would be an infallible sign that labor can produce things lo double tho these Imporlant ra- qulreinenli. Manitoba and Saskatchewan don't value In currency M froafine the land title business or edo. j calional facilities .io-'ono or spread (hem abont, enab- '.lling Ihe people lo possess as 'close at i' Hon. t. A- it li'reporled.fis of., polities', aid-intends 'to retire. 'v'wiiire'Ve nopo tial the report is not ,ir5e, "-if E. jvould. not be surpriseil if Mr. 'i Crara.- .was to' Ihe course )ndi- 'catedj TJr. Crerar [5 not a politician, 'in sense thai the word fa cora- iioniy understood. He Is above all m the trlcka ol politics. Public service ivltn him'is. a'n Ideal. When a thing is risht'lt is right and should be done, matter the ellcct it may have on the fortunes on Individuals politlcal- N--JT. lie canuGt right and best coarse should not-be "-iaken'reven if It does, .ahtagoniza political game, as.a game, ;'ls Public life, as a aervice; VhonlrV.he. attractive, but public lite j gotten means senility, or slavery. Fol- low Ihe leaders and Iheir policy, right 'or wrong, has been a party dictum party system Is the besl at hand, hut It should encourage independence not EeTVllily. Mr- Crerar has been "a. year.in pollllcal life and In. thi time he bas bad a glimpse of the un seen powers lhat at tempt, and cncceed in dom Inating parties and governments These powers are retrogressive; they (ear and fight progress. Mr. Crera Is a progressive, a radical, and (h to overcome prejudlc Qgainst progressive policies, may hay disheartened hllu. He should not fa 'ler.or weaken or retire. Pera! advocacy will bring Ihe torces of (o (he lop. The leader of thostt forces must not be vpearted- They should sland (Irm an :tighl on, and their ambitions will even- t tually be altalned. i The, people, the voters, are respon- -tlble (or the baecr ilae o( public "life. (t Is (o" their unjnst demands lhc rjoll- llcians olten yield. It Is the (ear ol T ihe-consen.nencc3 of an election that M nuhlir men to (requenlly act con- i (Vary lo their beat Indgment. On the I 'iitber hind public men -rV-o i gieil t iitenl responsible for this slate of f '-'if'fal'n.' They are too prone lo follow the people, rather than-to go out .'I arnongst (he people and lead (hem jipcjT the conne they consider lo be 5 right, and besl for Ihe connlry and Ihe pebple. Whil Canada wanls is public Opinion, Intelligent and Independent, knd pcblil men, who will cast off the tld poliHcal syslem, and act (or the rfjht- With an well Ir.- formed public men need jot (wr for (he rigM pr which three annSal inEtalments, ani it evidence, beforo imposition materially disturbed the business' uf lhat Our lotal War Debt lo.dale .does, no! amounl lo anythiog" like onfrtenth of Canada's capital, and I am convinced thai in twenty years Canada's debt will be a light burden lo Canadians as the CivlKWar debl was to Americans twenty years Civil War. will visit for some rime. Both ladles, we arc glad lo report, are well oa the road lo recovery from Iheir recenl al- tack ot influenza. Walter Hacketi Dead On Thursday, Nov. 21st at 11.30 a. m.. Mr. Walter employed In he Canada -West Mine, passed away at his home in addition after a brief bnt severe Illness [rom :he prevailing epidemic.- The wife lies seriously ill of the same malady nnd all tho children are prostrate as well. Mr. Hacketl was 34 years of age arid had teen a resident'of Taber for some years. The fnncFal. was In charge ol the Miner's Union :and Ihe Canadian Order of Foreslers. hand alro assisled with-suilahle tnusic. Tho Interment service _'was ;toridQCled by l the Hev.: P. Taylor; Keep on Masks The board b( heallh al its. meellas I on Wednesday evening decreed lhal j tho law in regard .to the -wearing ol masks continue in -force !H11 further A district nurac arrived on Tuesday and has slnca .then been Ten- pital at Toronto, from pneumonia lowing an attach of induenza. Forbes was. a nadve of Aberdce Scotland. Ho left his home land came slraight to Cranbrook, to ta a position wllh the Canadian Bank Commerce arjojater was transferred to Vancouver. Mrs. John McAuiay. wire of C. P. R. Conductor John McAulay, died on Frl- Untes are being successfully grown Arlionu. Tbe Swlil 'csuadian Co. will double plant at Kdmonton, Grey waives are prowling wliuju a lie ol Sioux City, S.D. C. J, i Ford bas withdrawn his rcalg allou as city solicitor or Calgary. Denver, Colorado., will sell coal ai osl from the municipal coal yards. t Santa Maria County Ln Callfornl; 111 harvest a bean CTO: Ills year. A 21 year old young man, H. C ennls. was fined }200 at Kilrnouloi or being an Idler. Aid. WilEon, Aid. McCopoen and F.I Jos. A. Clark aro mayoralty can (dates In Ldmonlon. Ttev. II. I1. Dinjliam ol I.im.lnn, On las beou called lo tho pislorntc or Caliary Baptist Church. MedclKf was vcrv lucky lu tlie 1 .luenza opldtmlc. Willie It bad 200 ca ea thero A'us only one death. I. J. Friedman, previously on tl staff of Alexandra High School, Me Iclne Hat, was killed In actiou Tho Alberta agricultural schools w open en Jan. fi. The Influenza e demlc prevented an enrller opening. Hours of Pleaisurc It's nol easy to forgel tKS enjoyable hours passed in music with family and friends about your player-piano, The Mieou. Hindi Player Piano with Ita rare., satisfying simplicity and ease, "of opetitlou, li an UNUSUAL PiAriOjDISTINOUtSHED FROM ALL OTHERS. Follqw.lnB selecttonB are. splendidly Player In and hear them. PLAYED HOLL6 Dluc Bird Old Polia at UecauGC I Lovo You, Dear Just a Weiryln'-for You MASON RISCH LIMIJED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH 8T. Cronyn of Edmonton, has j Tho disabled soldiers In can- ot pneumonia, after an Illness of 32 hours In the hospital. The bereaved husband Icok Ihe body easl tq her former home in Scotfltown, Quo. She and one daughter lo mourn her loss. bank." Pte.'J. S. Mi-Keen, formerly of the R.Js'.W.M.P.. was a victim of the In- fluenza at Edmonlon. Ills brother is Presbyterian minister al Sleltler. Everett W. Hogan has been nvpoinl- ed chief Inspeclor of Ihe soil and crop division of Ihe B.C. department of ag- riculture, in succession to H. O. F.ng- llsh, resigned. He is a native ol Prince Edward Island. Ihe Molson's whether In hospitals or elsewhere ill demand Uie greatest of (Bo everal welfare societies. The credit ot Ibis success la duo lo II the canvassers, who gladly gave heir time'to Ihe different organlza- ion anu It; Is Impossible, c glvo a lull llst.ol all the names. Tba provincial comnilllee was composed of Ihe following: L. A. Glroux, ilro- incial president; W. M. Lefalvre, vice- president (or Edmonlon dlilrlcl; J. 8. Crcagau for Calgary Jlstrlcl; M. A bas Ihe 'flu. "Everylhlnff comes lo tfeose wno local hoard lo ne theatre men. cl-sScsi; ss'i valued service in tunny OL our afflicted At-.the held Fritlav'evening '.both' Dr. .Tiammah, medicaVhcalth officer-and Chief.-Faulds was no tho Influenza lo be-.on Ihe wane- AM patients in Ihe.h'ospital do- ing -well, and only.one or cases In Ihe meet- lug of Ihe board on Wednesday, Nov. 27th, tho question of iha'liliing 91 the ban on all public meetings will be discussed. Our local undertaker that the wholesale price of coffins has gone up 512.00 within n .week: This piece ol sordid roguery must, be nl'the.Kais- we have .riot .yet traced oul (he underground wires. The miserable lobster is capable of. anything alter (From Our OWE Correspondent: NOT. quar- antluc-at .been lifted. Although each .day Id bring to llgbt sorne'new cases ot the Spanish [riDuenza, a party o( gentle m'eri''who'parity, represent the town council-idet.on -Friday "nljht, last as ,tV f- ia-'there wereTnot sufficient present to protest Ibey. decidedJfo'.'JKt'Ihe-bai ia a'..E.'entenee.iinao'4he "irobd w'or and slop the very neceaswy precau Ions against- the epidemlcMhal ha AOEifTI POK Nujoi Laboratories STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY) YORK CITY "IftOI' ls onlr i" .rTll7W bonles biaring Ihe Nujol Trade Insist on -Niiiioi. You mij substitutes. "Regular an Clockwork" ;