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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVKMBETV 1018 THE LETHBHilKJK r hh Zr ISMUCHIuTTER d health handed out the fol to the press at noon HfcW reported yesterday ewes reported OBly II points in the whole that report new cases nnd tfce ftfureg the indications are of there are the aocumula UMl Vt 4ftjrs that are Inter being sxnt At Lifting the Ban j prbrlneial board would gladly j ftltt retained their responsibility if i It practicable to work tins thing pTOTlncially or srmiprovim Man from the confirm ao fey a conversation with Mahood the just a moment m dttate that lifting the ban so far as the oroviacial board was and leaving to board the part of tlie has worked out ftl local boards took a keen inter est appreciated the fact that respons ibility was placed upon them and act ed Schools and evory ihiBt else are being opened in al Monday That was ilude islon of the Calgary local board of health The provincial some ten days ago thought that at would be practicable to draw ev line perhaps the northern twothirds of the province but as re ports came In this did not appear to Tie In tlie northern portion of the jnce it must not be under stood that provincial hoard of health thinks It safe in a great many to open schools or even cinrcLo in some The local Uoarrts of health take itv in isolated districts in the northern port inn of the province and they ought not four or five days mny make vey decided advance even in these but oven where of health do ndl instructions or runt conveniently get there u a vosponslbillty on the boards of trustees in particular spots 1 whore the flu Is still to see to it thnt proper precautions are and that schools not opened until it is safe to do Edmonton Tlie Krtmontbn local hoard of health at its meeting yesterday went thor oughlv over whole grounds If the unnounced is strici lv adhered to i will of cause norae little in For ex the Olgary normal ehool It was thought that the worlc f the Cnmrose normal he transferred 10 and that work oould eotn luence here Perhaps if the i board of health and the school board met unit over that might with j safety be still i THANKSGIVING f dispatch from I Thanksgiving services throughout the V some held partly in Dutch and partly in emphasize the fu that in all war operations in and overseas the rnion save the ser vices of ot whom 813 and men were killed n of all were wounded and taken prisoner and 237 Lord Chariwood Would Trans form it and Make it Repre Admit Working Men v tcr in oomlug hRJ a play on Abraham In to a about oml gratlon after thtx ord wood said the ftrliuu Government would encourage He bad not much faith backto tholand ment as a solution r the problem or housing In mere wns a pos sibllltyof transferring some of tne Industries from the towns Into the But he bnli vfd there would he a big emigration movement to Africa and The spirit of adventure in the returned sol dier would be Incentive to Toronto It is said that an Knglisluuan dearly loves a and if they were all like Lord who addressed the Canadian club ycster dav that saying might in some do igree apply to The coro net sits lightly upon the head ot Ifrey Pensonthat was this Itinerant i ivrrp name before he was promoted to the upper Chamber a few years ago He has and speaks with i becoming but he Is not i new edition of a back like APPEAL FOR UNITY GREAT DEMONSTRATIONS ON MOONRYS BEHALF SAN Ap prollniately workcra in the United States have taken action orlng a strike for Thomas Mooney nnd thousand areexpectedto tho International an nounced here The council was advised today that the Brotherhoods of Railway Train men nnd Locomotive Rnglneera are preparing for demonstrations In ronr teen southern to be from QaV SIXTH SON TO Oil The cable dispatch today announcing death in Franco from Influenza of of this marks the member of the fam ily to give hla lite for tho cause of tho AN ICY HtCtPTION tuff bearlnB the fortrior Onrmnn prince to the Island of WlnrlnBon was unable to make the harbor here last night owing to the It turned IIIR back and spent night at the lofe lifted during it atarteil more and JBMien the lofe lifted during It started Me more r rived lHand this mornf I Copenhag German conference has adopted the following There is absolute mcesslty for all a nluK liuiiiuci Lordsho is the first German tribes to a i ome tOmt1 HLiuuiiai i i and is not particularly iinxous to impose his offspring upon future i v Being a Lord Clutrnwood in unison for the of Ccrmanya unity and to fight all the separatist mmo The proposal for u motilng of the national ussemnl meets prince was glv e Tho Town an Icy reception DCN A LIBNARV FURNITURE LIVING ROOM puriNtTune AWDEN DINING ROOM FURNITURE DRAPERIES CROCKERY 3RD AVENUE LETHBRIDOE Oo you we are than of 100 in pre m and Bother pro PrtiDoyou know eiQht dairies within of does not regard national Institutions Of constitutions a or im rcformable or in he is unite willing to transform i the present House of Lords into an i entirely representative and democra tic In the course of an interview a re presentative of The Globe asked his i Lordship if among the great changes i that he said would follow tlie war j the House of Lords would be swept away with other institutions that prr petuated class Will Undergo a Change It is certain that the House I of Lords will undergo a but the difficulty in doing away with it is Germanys 11 what toputinits At the pres ent moment thb House of Lords has verv limited Great power is invested in the Commons and Conser j vatives are inclined to think that the i power left to such an Assembly is dan i They would be glad to sub i stitute an upper Chamber of a more i representative kind with larger pow 1 Before the war the Liberal from reports of the Georgia Fort New DMrOlIf Missouri Ohio Tennessee Utah States Bureau of 14e Colorado C 17c 5s 1ic 13c 13s i Des He j 16e i New Oregon El Texas l general approbation Intil ihe meet ing of the national assembly the agin iers and workmens councils will rep resent the peoples The admin istration of the empire is requested to work for the securing of a prelim inary peace with the utmost August ministe of gave warnlnR authorized encroachment oi tne money and credit systems by complicated i governmental i The following resolution Was then i unanimously adopted it Is absolutely necessary that all banks and other credit institutions work on the same and in tne same form hitherto to maintain economic secure for the country supplies of provis ions and raw materials and obtain credit abroad for the German Among tlie various speakers was Kurt leader of the revolution in who warned the conference against any attempt to es tablish a pure Socialistic state while disorder was Must Hold Items of Interest for the Week End that show Generous Savings i Do Your Christmas Shopping Earlier t You have a more complete you are not rushed and do not have to hurry your Any article selected will be laid aside and delivered when Linoleum and Rug Special ty was very unwilling to set up a sec i ond Chamber which could in any way j claim to be Would Admit Workingmen i Would you admit workingmen to the House of Lords i Under any scheme for a represen I tative second workingmeu i would get into In the past the op position to all such schemes has come j from the radical 1 Improved Social Conditions what he meant when he said at the Canadian Club that the men re turning from the war would not go back to the old Lord Charnwood events of the last few culminating Mon day In the meetiLg of the heads of the various German states at Berlin have indicated tliat with the exception of the numerically unimportant spana cus group there is complete agreement in Germany that tlunational assem blv must be Griffith successful man of is business NERVO tionatf DEVINE DANIEL THE FELGER FARMING MILK Owiof to the fact that the producers have advanced the price of milk to us we are compelled to raise the price to the consumer to the following prices On and After 27th and until further notice we will sell our milk at 6 Quart Tickets or 12 Pint Tickets for or 17c single quart or lOc single pint if without It costs practically as much to deliver a pint as a tickets for One SERVICE We endeavor to give good service and appreciate any complaint and will endeavor to rectify any trrers or Lpelger Dairy t meuu that men will dislike1 the old conditions of factory life and clerk lifetherewill be an increased desire ifor more Labor unrest will be and there will he a j demand for improved social concli Will they demand a more equal i distribution of wealth asked The I dont think they have any clear i ideas ot how conditions will be 1 But there will be a general discontent with i want better higher wages and better What is the difference between this and other soldiers always i revolted against social conditions af ter great wars The difference is in the vast num i bers of men In other wars the army has been up of pro 1 fessional and the soldier has i remained a soldier But after the present war vast armie i must be and the men i must get back into civil I Do you think there will be an ap I proach to Socialism after the in lithe matter of State ownership There will be considerable develop ment along that replied hi Railways and mines wil pass into State ownership once the have come under the State they wil stay The labor situation is a difficult that the mine owners an railway companies will be glad to han them What is at the bottom oi all labor trouble in the old country in Quired The I His Lordship displayed an intimate knowledge of the psychology of the workingman in his The life of the worker in a factory a very limited and uninteresting he said said everything A man feels he wants more scope for his In pro portion as men are better educated 1 and better fed they will resent these conditions more and desire their im So far there has not been I much sign on the part of the Labor movement ot a constructive or of an understanding as to what ex tent and iu what way conditions can be Strikes for higher wag es and the like are undertaken with very little idea as to whether the con ditions of business will admit of high er There may be a demand that by means or other working men should be associated with the management of The pres ent conditions are such that I look forward hopefully to some steps being j found toward the practical solution of the labor Turning to the question of litera 1 in which Lord Charnwood is par ticularly The Globe asked him if Bernard Cheater ton and Galsworthy would survive the i war as the Interpreters of the new Beruurd Shaw has ueon little heard of during the war owing to his taking the pacifist and he has fallen out of said his Lord I Wells lant book on the League of Nations is intereHling contrlbu 1 tion to tlie new Hudyard i Kipling held his so has One of the writera produced by the war is Donald hi U John JS PROSTRATION Eight Rolls Genuine Scotch Printed Linoleum Two yardswide brown ground with conventional two patterns to select This is an exceptional chance to a reliable floor covering ut less thanjictual Regular lineal lineal yard FIBRE RUG May fce by Vegetable Letter ProTet It West I nave health iral at tacks of nervous prostration until it Seemed M if the organs in my whole body were worn out I waa finally persuaded to try Pinkbams Vegetable Com pound and it made a well woman of I can nov do all my housework and adrise all ailing women to try Lydla Pinkh ama Vegetable Com pound and I will guaranty derive great benefit from FRANK 25 West There are thounandaof women every where in Htsgeralda suffering from and other symptoms of a functional It grateful spirit f or health wtoredwhich fed her to write this letter BO that other women may benefit from her experience and find health as has For suggestions in regard to your con dition write Lydia CONGOLEUM RUGS Two only Congoleum 9x9 About a dozen of these splendid wearing 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