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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tllrt tUMlA HKflAfD NOVEMBER HUB lib HlftALD PRINT LfWITtO tethbrldfle Managing Director Business Manager Rates per week per year by per year by per year Dates of eipiry of subscriptions ap daily on address Accept ance of papers after expiration date is ON WAR Canadas debt will be bnt it will bo much lighter than moat It pointed out Hint Ger manys war per capita to date amount to to Austrias 1202 Ant 1107 the United and Canadas Hollands mohtlliation loans nlone amount to over 144 per To be sure the burdens on all coun tries will be but in the king dom of the blind the oneeyed man Is and In this case Canadians at worst will be the Oneeyed because our war debt is considerably less than that of and our re sources Incalculably more per a prominent Toronto business in a letter to the press points out It I he reasonable to assume that Canada in the future will progress in population as the Initsd States did from the time they pos sessed a population of seven DEADOFINFtUENZA With Wife and Children All III Case at Taber our Own On Sunday morn Ing when some neighbors entered the PARTHMLYSAD Sinter Came of Mercy Contracted jptd One the deaths due to infiuonea was lhat of Ing wen some Rombough home on the Judson ranch j sister of Kinlay they witnessed n sight not soon to be Bnce of papers Mf authority to continue the sub WHAT ABOUT LAND TITLM OFFICE Now that the war is over the Pro vincial Government will be expected uirj Elliott came nere from Calgary Thin husband was found to take ftpbsons children back dead In bed with the wife lying ser her to her own She was lously 111 beside him and the four chll accompanied by her who is one of whom la an Infant a few j c conductor at who months nil down with the tnflu Wa8 helping to arrange to make the at Elliott was taken sick n tho intluenaa and on while later tho body of the husband j November the 14th she Tho body wns conveyed to the The wag shipped to on Sun funeral will be hold on was accompanied by the be On Wednesday reaved One of the sad the bonds of holy matrimony were features of this case i that and olomnized between Alfred having no children of Rfcmbough was brought into the hospital in R ICKED UP IN ASS1NG row TUB HUSY MAN and Eva both of Purple Springs r m illlll Fj ii Vt f In that case it is fair to imply gt riieododres church by the In twentylive years Canada will f Tnylor Tllp Brents of the sess a population of fifteen jr Mrs and her which would cut down our per capita r L wprp present at the debt by one This is aside I from the probability f our enemies paying our total war expenrtitur Oreig and daughter of Moose Jaw are at present at the The tion fn I960 Canada produced million j to carry out its program of creating pef cent o our arafee land iti 131 pt Then as to our capacity for home of Mr and Mrs charles A son was born on Thursday to and Reginald bushels of wheat in 191 she j d recruit for the curling ed 234 million and ten i ij j in more land titles offices in the jirovj Northwest is under While the war the gov eminent was not troubled about the establishment of new though need existed all the in the south at any It Js a great inconvenience to the whole south to transact land titles affairs with There should be an office at Lethbridge so that form of business can be trans r The centralization system in this province has always worked to the 1 advantage of Calgary and Governments seem to think that these i places are the centre of and knowledge and that all other towns and cities in Alberta are of no partic Led Brooks who has been til of influenza for some time at Tain Y V ll U Just as the valvis o inunev OIt Friday lo j that Cadet as for centuries been so j samp rtay Archie Loomls couver fori rill our debt as we pay Interest and her WellingBank of has principal in In the thirteenth at whose home she century a bushel of wheat could be j wjlj for gome t1me Both bought for a cow for ten and a gheep for a shilling and while a laborers wage was threepence per In 1500 the price of an ox was 22 shillings that of a sheep two shillings and and the wage of a laborer sixpence a The products of our labor will continue to enhancein value In their relation to and I tako it that the debt in twentyfive years will thus automatically reduce because it will taks much less produce to pay its Interest or to pffy the debt A wage has trebled In my when it reaches six dollars a day our debt wijl be reduced as this womld be an infallible sign that labor can produce things to double the Manitoba and Saskatchewan dont value In cwrency it now Confine the land title business or I have not by at the moment fig their own were going to adopt the motherless bfcbes Elliotts sis sad death Of Robert of took place on following an attack of being the She was buried on Sat urday in the plot in the Cran brook She leaves a hus band and two married daughters and one son to mourn her The two daughters live InJSeattle and the son is Word hasJieen received in the city Tan Grant of Van formerly of the Canadian Commerce staff died on October at the Military Base hos catioaai facilities to or two cit lei they spread them enab ling the people to possess as close at xhana as these important re ABfUT i it is is Of polttfcs andintends to hope that the report is not we would not be surprised If jCrerar wae take the course indi UatasV Crerar is not a in the somae that the word b com monly He is above all the tricks of Public service with Ijim is an When a thing Is rigkt it te and hould be no matter the effect it may have on the fortunes on individuals political He cannot understand why the right and best course should nqt be taken even if it does antagonize The political as e IB Public as a ahould be but public life Often means or Fol low the leaders and their right or has been a party The party system is the best at fcut it should encourage and not Crerar has been year in political life and in that lime be has bad a glimpse of the un eeen powers that at and succeed in dom inating parties and These powers are retrogressive they fear and fight Crerar is a a and the inability to overcome prejudice against progressive may have disheartened He should not fal ler or or Persistent advocacy will bring the forces of right progress to the The leaders JM those forces not be faint They should stand firm and I Jlght and their ambitions will even tually be the are respon frlble for the baser side of public I ft la io their demands the poli ticians often It is the fear of the BoaaeQuencea of an election that public men to frequently act con trary to their best On the tther hand public men are to a great til responsible for this state of They are too prone to follow rather than to go out the people and lead them ures of the per capita wealth of Cana dians but in the case of the Ameri 4n this amounted to about It is fair then to assume that Canadas per capita wealth is a simi lar in which our total wealth amountsto about fifteen ht 191Z or 1918 the German Govern preparing for surtx oTocetenth bt each mans we are glad to are well on the road to recovery from their recent at tack of Walter Hackett Dead On 21st at Walter Hafckett employed in the Canada West passed away at hia home in addition after a brief but severe illness from the prevaiHng The wife lies seriously ill of the same malady and all the children are prostrate as Hackett was 34 years of age and had been a resident of Taber lor some The funetel was In charge of the Miners Union and the Canadian Order of The Miners band also assisted with suitable The interment service was conducted by the Keep on Masks The board of health at meeting j on Wednesday evening detreed that the law in regard to the wearing of masks continue itf force till further i A district nurse arrived on Tuesday and has since then been ren efficient and valuid service in many of our afflicted boardof Bealth meeting held Friday evening pttal at from pneumonia fol lowing an attack of Forbes a native of He left his home laad and came straight to to take a position with the Canadian Bank of Commerce atailjater was transferred to John wife of Conductor John died on Fri of after an illness of 32 hours in the The bereaved husband took the body east tq her former home in She leaves a husband and one daughter to mourn her bates are being successfully grown in The Swift Canadian will double Its plant at Grey wolves are prowling within a mile of Stonx iFord has withdrawn his resig nation as city solicitor of will sell coal nt cost from the municipal coal Santa Maria County in California will harvest a bean crop this A 21 year old young was fined at Edmonton for being an McCoppen and Ex Clark are mayoralty can dldates in Bingham of has been called to tho pastorate of a Calgary Baptist Redcliff was very lucky in the in fluenza While it had 200 cas es there was only one previously on the staff of Alexandra High Med icine was killed in The Alberta agricultural schools wil open on The influenza epi demlc prevented an earlier of has Pleasure tlfc enjoyable hours The Mason ft Risen Player Piano satisfying simplicity an UNUSUAL MAN Following selections are Player In and hear PLAVIft Blue Bird Old Folks at Homt Because I Lots Otar a Wewyln for MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH The disabled In Can been appo te assistantlns ecor western branches of the Molsons 1 flda whether In hospitals or elsewhere annual and was no before the this imposition materially disturbed the business that Our total War Debt to date does not amount to anything like onetenth of Canadas and I am convinced that in twenty years Canadas debt will be a light burden to Canadians as the ClviKWar debt was to Americans twenty years after their Civil which TTBS made payable in thcee meaicaV health offlcer and Chief Faulds A has the Everything comes to those who local hoard to the thertre Germany will need to change her name before she has much of a chance again in this W i X Nobody is likely to die with heart failure as a result of the excitement over the municipal Marshal Foch is agamst any les sening of the armistice terms so far as Germany is Leave it to reported the influenza to be on the AH patients in the hospital do ing and or serious cases in the the nest meet ing of the board on the question of the lifting of the ban on all public meetings will be Our local undertaker reports that the wholesale price of coffins has gone up within a week This plflce of sordid roguery must be of the Kais though we have riot yet traced out the underground The miserable lobster is capable of anything after cornering oranges and and forcing the sick to treble the or dinary It is lucky that he has not yet got onto the alije of fresh air and cdld water But we submit that this should that this inhuman profiteerand all his breed should forthwith te courtmar tialed and shot as traitorsto the com The doctors of the town better look to their rumored that the ministers are planning to pull off a wedding in the cemetery at the dark of the moon in qrder to exorcise the influenza demon the district better a wedding a funeral But who will volunteer for the cere mony BAN LIFTED AT BLAIR1RENOW From Our Own Correspondent quar ntine at has been Although each day still continues to ring to light some new cases of the Spanish a party of gentle man who partly fepreaant the town ooncii met on Friday ntfht last and If the city issues ten dollar circu lating bonds would it be alright then to bet your bond Instead of your last dollar Germany has made such a bad name for herself thSt people cant help but be suspicious of even when she is to be down and Calgary is talking about adopting the city manager form of government with Next thing well hear IB that Calgary originated the city manager ANXIOUS TO GET HOME AMERICAN ARMY OF OCCU of the Germans in the have shown keen eagerness on reaching German soil to return to their horrtes immediately and engage again in their civil according to A movement the other way Alsatians and Lorralners who have been In the German army is in Many of them have been given passes by soldiers and workmens committees and have reached the American I cource they consider to be fifht and beat for the country and the What Canada wants IB public intelligent and IM who will off the and act for the With an well 1n public men need fat Ford made a fortune aud rid jt B0 ne Into the newspaper They are boosting Perishing for next President in the States and boosting an expresident for head of the tional baseball You can figure out the combination to suit The local theatre men think Uie lo cal board of health is composed of the finest aggregation of waiters they ever But even the theatre men will agree that its best to wait till the flu passes before taking any I The Kdmonton Journal thinks that i the proposed national liberty j day might not be the bent time of j the year to the weather not always being hail thought of that because clown here November is one of our most Might ful months of the PUT ONE THOUSAND OUT OF EMPLOYMENT FALL American Com which operates seven textile mills announced today that because of existing trade condi narrow or one half the total nCimber In the would be shut down tomorrow More than operatives will be thrown out of Nathan treasurer of the said that If present conditions in the cloth market con it might be necessary to stop work on other TO DISCUSS NAVAL END OF AUSTRIAN ARMISTICE Interallied naval commission will meet soon in Rome to discuss the con ditions of the armistice with according to from The which states that the information ia from re liable says the discussion will not be to changes con but the best way to carry them i rehafwar there were not sufficient present to irotest they decidedto lift the ban and lot a undo good work and stop the rery neceasary precaut ons againstthe epidemic that had been taken for the last two or three Had it not been for several of the men of the town getting to ether at the time when the epidemic ommenced to take hold on the com munity and strongly recommending to the board of health the urgent neces jlty of taking the varioua precautions hat have since been put into force there is no doubt but what Blairmore and district would have suffered far worse than has During the worst part of the epi demic there have not been much more than fifty cases of the flu in the town and only geven deaths and although we very much regret that these seven there is no doubt whatever but what Blairmore thus far hfts only been hit very lightly considering con ditions at some of the other small towns in The precautions taken apart from the closing of churches and other public were to quaran tine the town against all comers and closing all business places 1 this to keep people off the streets as much as and the wearing of the All these pre cautions are now done away with just at a time when it is necessary that every precaution should bostrictly ob However the citizens hope for the best and trust that this hasty decision on the part of a few whoare officially responsible for the health of the com not cause a repetition of the grave conditions that have pre vailed at other formerly of the was a victim of the In luenza at His brother is minister at Eyerett Hogan has been appoint ed chief inspector of the soil and crop division of the department bt ag In succession to Eng He is a native of Prince Edward The executive council of the Pro vincial Anglican Synod of Ontario request the military authorities to re lease all Anglican divinity students now serving overseas who enlisted be fore finishing their The Synod desires their return in the assistant provost marshal at when a de tective sergeant in the Royal North West Mounted Police in arrested Ernest Cashel for murder at has resigned his offlcr because of ill health following an of pneu for twelve years man ager of the Kitchener branch of the Canadian Bank of has been appointed Secretary of the Pensions Funds Trust of the He will shortly assume his new office at the head offices of the Bank in He will be succeeded at Kitchener by manager of the Brock vine The death of Charles Stone bridge at makes the fifth in the family of Samuel Lennox trom influenza and pneumonia within the past three The first death was that of the Samuel Len nox then followed his Charles recently returned from and husband of the pres ent victim George a son a relative who cared for the sick ones and Stone daughter of will demand the greatest care of the several welfare The credit of thissuccoss Is due to all the canvassers who gladly gave their time to the different organisa tion committees and it Is Impossible lo give a full list of all the The provincial committee was composed of the following pro vincial president vice president for Edmonton district Creagan for Calgary district Oalllvan for Latabfldga and Father Fltipatrtek for Medicine Hat Wat chair man and ortanliar for tha northern Alberta district Lunaay of Cal gary waa the orgaaiMr for Central Alberta McLellan of Waa tfcs for southern AlbertsV The aad coop eratlon of the clergy thf ministers of the different denominations de serves a special Productive potash fields have been found near in tin tleraldi Wlto was called from Vancouver look af ter the influenza cases at Coibin has been with the epi and Assolstine is leaving and will bo taken to Corbln by special train to look after the in fluenza patients at Corbln until Ebert ia able to be out who has bien at Vancouver for a fow days will return by tomor rows Grneral Manager who nas been confined to home tor several days with a slight attack of pneu is reported much better thip afternoon and he cxpecta to be out again in a week or WITHDRAW Chileart government has decided to withdraw its consuls In iu order to avoid untoward incidents which might take uluce in the aneft tf out iu Peru against Cbllf RESULT OF THE Kdmonton The money collected by the Knights of Columbus in recent drive for the army huts reached the magnifi cent sum of The province had been divided into three districts Northern with headquarters at Edmonton Central Alberta with headquarters at Calgary and Southern Alberta with headquar ters at Lethbridgo and Medicine Northern Alberta collected the sum of Central district Southern Medicine Government Tho result is very gratifying and the officers of the Knights of Colum bus have reasons to be proud of the response of the All Classes Assisted Tho cooperation arid largo gener osity of the nonCatholic people were keenly This fact be speaks a bigger and better underutand ing between the adherents of the sev eral denominations that compose our Canadian Tho fund was raised in order to maintain the work of the Catholic army huts at he front and with a view to extend this The cessa tion of hostilities will somewhat change the policy of tho new problems regarding the soldiers will have to be faced and and it Is tho intention of directors to endeavor to meet the new The problem of the prisoners return Ing from Germany will certainly tux the ingenuity of the different welfare Clubs and recreation build ings will have to be installed in the different cities where the Canadian soldiers will be Again there is the proMem of tiie orphans and dependents Is TMs Your Bill The Sins of the Flesh are puniihed in this world not in the Disease is not an nor is it by It is Natures for the breaking of her for occasion W infinite degree of suffering and So does a fissure or a But such punishments are meted out to who sin against Mature in by Mf toot ing to maintain thorough evacua tion of the who form the bfd btbit of or what a worse the taking of castor purgative mineral with the mistaken idea overcoming constipation by forcing the bowels to move But the Nujol Treatment for Constipation prevents such sins of the or mitigates tba punishment Nujol helps to reestablish thorough evacuation of the Nujol is not a act like Nujol is absolutely Nujol keeps the waste matter moiat and easily Nujol is not does not effect the body as a mechanical which can used for any length of Get Nujol from your Take Nujol according to faslruftivf Booklit GYQE ft SON Box Moalreal CANADIAN SB I MB AOEMTS Nujol Laboratories STANDARD OIL NEW JERSEY NKW YORK UTV NUJOL is sold only in WQTJllJiy beetles bearing the Nujol Trade Insist on You way suffer from Regular Clockwork ;