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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta kGEFOl llllv WKDNKSDAY, NOVEMBBH 27, 1PU Ictbbtiboe DAILY AND WEEKLY k ini PublUbcrs :tMB i-STHtHlDQE HERALD PfllNT- INQ COMPANY LIMITED 123 lib Street South, LethbrUjo W- A. rretldent and Managing Director John Torrance "Justness Manager TELEPHONES OWce 1' .Editorial Office night now there Is a uioveiueut on tool In tho slate of Washington, one- of too finest [arming of !Hu uiv I on, to spend millions of dollars to I rrlgale vast tracts which hsvo ol- reaily proved their worth under dry land farmlas conditions. Dut Ihe-poo- [lie of WaBlilhglou realise, BS wo be- .leve Iho people pt Southern Alberla are beginning lo ream's, thsl farming ;an lio mule much nloro permanent and much riore productive of results where Irrigation Is practiced. South- ern Alberta Is already great by reason of Us dry farming development, but It is capable of len-fol-.l greater develop- ent under irrlgailon. arc pleased that tho Doclln'.on Subscription delivered, per wuek Dally, delivered, per year... Dally, by mall, .per year-'.... Wertly, by mall, per jear Weekly, by trail, per year to I rfKrftm Oar Own Correspondent! DOW ISLAND, Nov. death o( Mr. John Chrlslophersmi of Wlnnl- froJ on Wodiii'aouy piprnlug from pneumonia following nu ultack ot lulluenra. The deceased was 33 years of ago aud Is survived by Ills wife and two small chil-Jrcn. Mr. Clmstophcrsoii waS a man o[ alerting I'lur.ictiT and will bo sincerely missed In this and his own dlslrlfl. The deep- jest sympathy h extended his sorrow' in ii in riu e iCKEDUP'lN (From Our Oivn 11AKONS, Nuv. 'llu-situa- tion Is tlnprovlnr.. The nuiiibor o( caEBS has consldi'Mbly lessened dur-] Ins tho pj'Bt'wecK and but for B uum- ber of uallehls'brousul up (rolil Noble- ford Ihe hospital would bo practically cmiity. Adolph quick, a farmer resld- Jng Eoulheasl 'pi ufcii. succumbed, lo Ihe disease on Monday. Jliss llryulon, a'. Iho Salvation Ar- my was ho'ru last week to'organize t campaign In ralsn funds for tliu over- i'l'io Itifltenzi Is iielng llfied In Medlclnp IJal Inspector j, w! ot ilio .XAV.M.I'..- Moose Jaw.- has aiiBfctred lo s- 'Hey. John Dullou, 'a native of Sin (alula, Bask., will become rector ol St. Mary's lloman Catliollo diurch, Harry pi-qmine'nV C.I'.n, si'heme" In Southern Alberta, is indicated In tlic wire of .15 Hon. Arthur Meighcn. minister of tho J Interior, published In Tuesday's Her-! interior, pucuisneu JH luuauuj to be aid. CnuU Ibe people of Southern mtermon. ook plate. >lr M" Vf fcf? JrVni recovered Irom lier recent lo- lien-borne.- wns J( 11.60 imo of the district, Dr. Nicholas Murray Duller, presl- d; to liefer the tanvasj i of Columbia University, ileckvcs vs'c s hall, have that the noil slsly days will bo the J. (ho Informalfon ,UOsl crlllcal in history.., I public it may be men Dates of eiplry ot sutscrlptlons'ap- peer dally on address label. Accept- of papers ailer expiration dale l! jur aulborily to continue tho sub- scription. LOTS OF CRITICISM BUT N0 CONSTRUCTION Hon. Walter Scotl launches Into niraln with on attack on I a speedy coin resumption of .Uielj Fllghl I.I. W. N, Ilsunn. son of lion Honed IhM Ilia Salvallon Army has Alberla realiie wbal the great reclam- Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Halpln are enjoy appealed lo public tor funds and lanu which will result In tor millions of acres ot land, and ihe j n visit from Ihclr" son; Stephen. Mrs. II. Murray was a receiil visitor Medicine. Hat. 5 in the years j Mr3 nichard ileid-wan a visitor lo tlMeVhut critics of Union Gov- j practical crop In i few years Medicine Hjit ou Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Alrd left duclnE stales of Ihe umon none lea but crmca 01 vjw. -i fc its adnunislration should Montana will one of the j i destroy thai Govern- bciicr policy than lhat being parent there now AlnderV ,U be Ihe juo.ts'of. their torinE oollday sea. .-Mr. Alex. Murray lias returned homo carried out by ihe Union Government. v The- eauie is partisans will say fta, possible in Southern i from Medicine Hal.- lu-1 11. S. Bcattle. Uroadway. Is be limde. Inci.luulally. U may ho Negroes In Georgia will celebrate on mentioned ibal'lhe work of the Salvn- January I neit, the Ibree hunnretltli lion Army, the Y.M.l'.A.. and .similar orgaulzatlons is tar from ended, x al- Ihough arijijsllrc 1ms been slgued. Mr. Ur. K. 'provincial nian- agir ot Hie Pollcyl'alders Mutual Life Company was lu town for several days list week anil secured several good 'policies through his lo- agents, I'opham May. The honor flag iwilh crowus) anv kind of a policy would be beller thsa the Union Government pol.icy nurlns Ibc reconstruction but, what vt must, from the pirtisans. So far, we have fuum the partisans criticising Union lerior-through .Ife snrv 'ihat'i w'iihln r'biiliua of 75 miles lr lenta ir .1 esUbhslied si I Mrj_ Ave. connection- with the Victory Loan, ar- rived froijn CalgJry on Tuesday of last week.' l (rilnl Hal. retlllliej honlo f is-possible lo Irrleale [.-riend5 will be pleased In learn ot of I ihe recovery o[ She Mr. S. 51. Young. of Ihe C.P. H. at ihls point, is being Iransfcrrcd. i is understood to aud Is be- here doing relief duly for a couple ot ii Influenza. anniversary of t'hs InndlLig of Ibfe Ilrit negroes in Amortcn. At N. lli, the Kolol Dieu Hospital and the Sisters of Oharlty Convent school wero destroyed by lira. It misdemeanor lo Jiiss In pub- lic IB Ihc ruling of the Superior Court of California in upsetting an "anti- kissing" ordnance of Long Beach, Cal. Llor.ti Stobsrl, well known Ihority on cattle anil manager ol Iho Gang I'ianch Ir, Sarlboo mid tho Har- Kamloops, died from the St. JIarVs and Milk I has been able to weeks In the summer. Mr. Young has kau uc 11. llODerttlll u P.R. system'supplying Coaldale and week-end guest here. This makes over Veres guest ot Mr. ano Mrs. M. Bsbka. can he ungated in .on to Ltibbridge hospital on Tuesday and tompU'to replace Union Government must offer the people something -bet- '.Cn. Ter than the old Hmo party platforms. ici r Tilers Is quite a general feeling Union GoTemmenl is nol measuflng np lo espectatiqns with a', stronif ,re- construcdon-policr, hut it is I'oVai'la thai regard, {Ut none oHne opponenls of Union Government Bare so advanced a policy lhat would be helpful tl this crilical period Injhe country's .ihisfoyr.' Union Cojph- he ;resenl'in syEtcm south anil east of. the -Thus it is seea'that more than a_cres are capable ot'irrlgalioh.-'.Tiris'l'n'.Uselt is of. the greatest .Importance lo Ihe farrners who are juiious lo make their, farm land as Valuable as possible. And lo Ihe cltj ol Lclhhridge (t holds oVC- ini- merit'is lo Ihe people possibilities In lie wa? of de- progresslTB polio', adapted meet Ihe'gVeaTneeds of Canada1 at lilsiper- iod. Tie old parties will" Iry lo 'come back but'thes- shmildn't bifcpermHied to come back, lo power a'l any rale, uilfl-they produce something berier lild an appeal lor support lor the a'ike ol party only. The day of that kind ot nnt partisanship we hopo Is mer. Canada needs strong leaders g'reisive'polWles and wben thoWli'ad- GT3 come forward wilh Iheir progres- sive-policies, we-can-advocate 'wlthonl hesilallon, a change ol sovr ernmenl. Waller Scolt ought to 'ad- rance spm'euilng ;of a nap lure to replace The'destniclive charac- oi his criticism of Valon_'Gavern- irient..... r-' '-_ effort ihe citizens, of Lethbrldge; and the farmers ,of the south can put be- hind ii, and with reconstruction prob- lems under considerallon now is Ihe UrneTlo-Me lhat lia greatest weight re brought to bear to .have the projects rough. juennbmtevrn" building schools at len dollarj_apjecel nfiy .corral _ the builoing'trade: 'of the country. Is nl present the guest of Mrs. Olijiiisl. Friends will lie pleased to know she is slowly regaining'." her health. Friends will be pleased -to -learn ot HID recovisry of Mr.-T. W. who has been ill in. the Calgary hospital [or -the past three .weeks, suffering complications. >tr. Dyer arrived here on Mr. R. Arthurs has "relurBed home rom MeuitinVHaf: Mr. and Rellaw Mr.' Alffcd ildbsbn-' has -returned omo from Vancouver. _' i Capl. Dr.llunro of Calgary spent the week-end here. Friends will regret'id learn; of the erlous'illness In local hospital ol Ir. Elliotl. 5Ir. H. Powell of Taber spent Tues- day here. Mr. "Wm. SlephensOQ was-a-visitor o Medicine Hat on Mondays Mr. L-. Carls'on wa's'.a'gu'es'L-itt "Leth- he Journal figures hat President Wilson is merely going across ine ocean to pitch the first bal n the League oi Nations. THE POSSIBILITIES OF IRRIGATION Xo apologies are needed for the ef- forts being put forward by Ihe hoard ol trade, by the Herald aid by "others Interested, In Ihe campaign to divert the waters of our streams to In the. way of irrigation of the "great. .tracts' throughout Southern Alberta Vhlch we now know 'are capable of irrigation- Lelhbrldge and Olelricl bave-many sources lo, which we may look In the fulure lor development, but no one. source is srj polenl as our Is "religious-to hale Ihe said Dr. .'James .R. o Syracuse' University, recently, "he cause the Bible leaches us lo hal the devil an'i all his works." bridga on Mr. C. Brown of nedcllffe incnt the weck-ctd here. That is Demand of Socialists in Germany, Who Denounce 'Kaiser as Traitor- BERNE, Nov. demand (h Immediate-convening of a revolution ary tribunal for (he purpose of pass Ing senlence upon Ihe Hohenzollerns falher and son, and on Von Bethmann says Ibe Red or gan of Dr. Karl Llebknechl in ron menting.'on the disclosures made In Munich concerning Ihe compllclly of Germany In bringing shout the war. "William II. Eust be commanded to return flnd give an' account before this Iribunal." Tho'Organ of "lite-' Independent So- cialists, Die Friehl, says: "They com- mitled high Ireasoil. We can not lay hands on William and his son, but It 1: lo be lhal they will yel he brought to justice. Dr. von Belh- mann-Hollwog, tormer chancellor; Von Jagow and Zimmermann (former Ger- man foreign secretaries) who were Ihelr tools, must forthwith be arrest- ed and brought into court." Mr. John Clicetham, a tulner'n clieck- velgher, Iho first workingmnn mag- slratc. appointed In this country, has ccepted Ibe mayoralty of Wlgan. Eng- aiid. A. Slltcliener, B.A., principal oi he Rldgelown Collegiate Inslltuto, has jecn mado public school Inspector ol Uldimand, in which county he form- erly (aught school al Selkirk and Cale- Ionia. Innor-c'ircles'ol Liberalism haicire- celved.'tip word Ihjt there may he ah- olher provincial 'contest next spring, following lae neit session ot the leg- th'e Peutlclon, D. C.. j ji William Brace, parliamentary under secretary for home' affairs and mem- ber ot the hause- of commons, announc- ed that he would not accept office un- der a new coalition government In Great Drltaln. The dealh has occurred "at Saska- toon ol Rev- J. W. Holmes, a former pastor of Askin Street Methodist .church, London, and an el-president London Conference. Mr. Holmes (Tabcr' Times) Alvin Budd, a member o! the firm of Budd, coal distributor, passed away on Monday afternoon at Ihe age of 3S years. He had been a resident for the past year and will he missed by a large, circle of.Iriends. 'U1 He !a survived by two -children, -one ath son and one daughlari both being in Spokane, and bis parents, Mr.' and Wllh the ban about to be remove and with Christmas in sight, bridge may look-tor the busiest mon in its history during December. The Mrs. George Burtd.-Salt Lake. Mrs- war 15 over, this will be a real Christ- DuncomDe, Den. mas, and people have been keeping lj Johnson, Salt Like, Mri. Howard 'away from the shops as much ss pr-s-jA. Dares, Salt Lake, are slslera, .and jsibla during the past month while Ihe James Budd epidemic was abroad. Now just watch j place on.Tuesday af- the change In the activity on the temooa to Taber cemetery." "DIahop streets. Hayucs conducted the burial service. was SI years of age. and had been re- tired for some time. Mrs. Sluart Muirhead, Is the Hrsl woman to run lor elecllve office In conned ion with rteglna civic elecllons and announced herself as a candidate for Ihc public school hoard wilh- ilie endorsement ol Ihe local council of Miss Anna Mnley, author and lec- turer, until recently one of tho five members of the executive commitlec ol the Socialist party of America, died al Minneapolis following a long Ill- ness. At the time ol her death she was assistant secretary lo Thomas Van Lew, Socialist mayor of Minne- apolis, and for years had played a prominent part In national affairs erf [he Socialist party. i In Ihla connection we know we are not dealing wllh an experiment The experimental .stage, has heen passed ud Ihe success of. agriculture under Irrigation has been established so far .a's Sonlhera Alberta Is concerned. loo that the water is avail- CHARGED WITH MURDER NORTH SYDNEY, S., Nov. The Andrew Christiansen. Christiansen, a miner at- Coal CilV, occurred on Monday morning at Ihe Isolation, hos- Francis and Michael Andrea were ar- from mtlucnra, at Ihe age of K rested'last night, the former on a; years. IMa brother from Saskatche, charge ol wilful murder and the latter was at Ins bedside when he.pass-. under the Antl-Loaling Act The Hi- cd away. Tho funml.took OTTAWA. Nov. oflicial ._ port made to Hon.. Arthur Melghen hy M. Graham, who was appointed commissioner lo take'charcc.of Ihc greater production, campaign on Ihc; WMlern Indian reserves, shows lhat' the campaign has been a remarkable success and that prep'aratlons are ho- ing made for production on .a greater scale than ever this season. Five greater production farms have been located on western reserves and a large amount'o! land has been plow- ed this fall rfcady for'seeding. The farms are allualed us follows: Dlackfoot Reserve, le, and that It Is practicable to get It "on the land, j What remains to 1 feet thS organization Act nnlll quest was adjourned when Drs. Druce and .McLeod will re- i port'on the aulopsy of the murdered I tonight i Taber cemetery Monday aflernbo'c. Thornas Paperick. -'_ T. Taperick, an Austrian laborer porfon the aulopsy of the murdered rapenck Auair..n r' man. It la also expected thai the! the Rceal cnllicncf, died on. Friday an'ulyjis ol Ihe liquor conlaincd in i last from Influenza, at the age of 36 Andrea's place will be presented. The years. The funeral took place.on doae, or Gui- the afternoon to Taber cemetery: GlelcUtn, Alta acres. 1 Altn.: lllachfoot THE HOME OF THE VICTROUA Music A Wartinw Nee4 in Every Home ft A Viclrola brings you the World's Best Music. has music been so it brings a wonderful relief to the twwiort of war winning, ore doing all In our power to.make, U (or cvclyonc to hnvo a Viclrola. Come la lenn how easily you can eecuri) the, following orlle Victor ,-r Record No. Came Upon, iha Jlldnlght and Sing 0 (he Chorus. Record No. Mttlo Bit of IffiVtB MolLer Chjrlu Harrison. Record Ng. Irlih Eria Smiling, by Macdonough, ta.4 I Met Von Lcat Night In Dreinlud, Harrison. MASON R1SCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDQl Last Call GI.ASOOW, Nov. Voi the lulurc of the world :ml for Ihe sake of Ihc nations which partici- pated In the war It is not less senlial now than during hoslilllles lhat there should be good' feeing among Ihe nations lhat helped lo win the war, Hon. Ilonaf Law -C-.itcil In the t U there, lei It be when ki water la carried lo the tracla cap- c( Irrigation, It will find settle- ment Ibera valtlne 'or it- Is not i scheme to [rricale ihe land liral ind Induce Ihe people lo buy the land Western Union Telceraph operator, I Thomas Skawronskl. serve, acres, nrpadylety. -Sask.: Crooked Lskes Slntal'ula'. 'Asslnlbolne Rc- servf acres. Total, 21.MO acres. ed western union Telcgrapn operator, are being shipped to his home In St.1. On Friday allemixm last Thomas Stephen :N'-B Austrian laborer- at .Ithe Reeal collieries, -passel away at FURLOUGHS FOR PRISONERS 1 Ihc age of 28 yelrs. He'leaves Vwife -nnrt family who are In Ausiria- 'Jo PARIS, 2j. Rcpilrialc'; 'mourn bis- -Tlie -tuneral Freni-h prisoners ol war may he given place on Sunday mrj'rnlng'-Iast 16 Ta- furloughs equal lo the time tlK-y spent ber cemfllery. .in captivity, under a bin now hnforc Mrs. ErmetL' The farmers ol Southern Al- 'the chamber cl deputies. A minimum On Thursday eicnlne, -November afterwards. We already have the set- llerr.enl, berts Snow from the snccess of the irrigation fanners ot the Coaldale, Raynf6ndvand MagraUi districts what benefits arc lo be derived. we truly bo'.leve that If they were proper- ly organised, they would do much lo Ihe projecls to It Is no reflerllon on Ihe farming Risibilities o'f Southern 'Alberla (n ftj tor an exlension' of irrigation. [urlough of Ihirly days for ali rriion- H. Ihere from ers of war is provided by the mc.vv Mrs. Cbnrlotle' KKKttolh tKrnicil; Ihe Wife of I'lc.-.Wj H. Krmttr, nl the of 24 years.' The deceased .Is survivor! by her husband, -rto Is slUI I course 'of an address delivered hare _... Reserve. ihls evening. acres. I Dealing wilh criticism of an elcc Macleod. Alia.: mood Reserve, 5.000 tion al Ihe present jnnclnre. Mr. Law acres, emphasized how essential H .was lhat On i; Muscowpetuns Re- j Inc British rcprescnlallvc at tbo peace conference should have the support o the whole country. lie said thai the allied victory would have been Im rosalt-Ie wllkcul Ihc financial nEslst ancc of llrllaln, which ran lerrihlc risks. "More than once. I cmiiii ouiy lovk a wrok or tiro ahoad nt Ihe lime a whira we could meet our said Mr. Law. Continuing, he said: we are right to run Ihnt for without SVICCOFS what wo'.iW hav hccn.lhe.use of gold or securllles o -lylhltig _ Mr. Law. .liter praising Ihc Domin j lulls and Indian troops, fiai'l S5 ver ca'ncijllation ol for Ihe build- ji.cnl. of the troops of Iho linilcd Kinq- Ing of 20 woldcn shllls: representing i dom would lit alilc to vole In Hie CHANGES PRISONS il Ihr- fronl. nnrt one chiln, Subscriptions'in' Arrears More Than Three Must Bt Pai'd This-Week. The Controller for Canada must not he wastc-rt Is.ued one o tho-clfect that: of daily newspaptri must cease sending papers lo subscribers Ihrte arrtars be definitely rsnewed'and all fully L'nder'these regulations Ihe newspapers will have no choice In Ihe matter of dealing wllh subscriptions In arrears for over Ihree monlhB. So It you arc in arrears, please pay up at once to prevent a discontinuance of your subscription. Please do not wall For B refer (a label. .T You Save 25 per cent by re- mitting this week; Subscription Rates Increase from to a on December 2nd, to Assist in Meeting Increase in Colt of.Paper. i POHTLANn, (Ji'i.'gon.1 i PARIS. Nov. Joseph Caillaux, mother anrl spvpral hro'.teri ahfl former preni'er. who Is rharfjed will sisters. Thn funeral took, place on" treason, has' been rerr.ovcil from Kalurdsy last to Tabcr cemelery. military prison to Ihe piison dc la lliahop Ilaynis rnnductcd the burial Sanle, because Ihe JnrisoirUon ovtr cc. The' hand headed Ihe I his care is political rather llinn mill-' End a number larj. I the luncraL a Vfthic completed ol was j f-lccllon. ordered, in ihr. Oregon-district today I for the Emergency Fleet Corporation which revoked all orders for wooden not already under war. flhipyard. Its .working force ol men and announc- i lhat It would close. Thirty thousand men are in Tvaotlcn shipyards In the Oregon dls- HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR7 The Hudson'.! Hay Co. ]i giving away a {100.00 Victory Ilond for Ihe nearest ealtmale. THE HERALD, LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA- Wishlng to renew my subscription lo Ihe 1 enclose............. whicli will pay my Bubscrlpl'fan al lite of 11.00 a year for n lurihcr period years. Voura Iruly, Name- N'OTK: AH suliscriptiona, new or rcntwal, wlU be accppUJ fit rale K posted on or tictoYc" Dccc'rntcr 2rid. Aflcr December ', the rate he ;