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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta S', r Blberta .V'AtaD WEEKLY^ ihd Pubn�l)trs rMMlDQE HERALD PRINT-mOfUPfkHy, LIMITED l";|Hi mmtat south, tothbrldfle ,,'.a)V. A. ueK�nan . at and Managing Director 1 '^Torrance -  Business Mauafer TELEPHONES Office Office .......... 1252 1224 .$7.50 Subscription Rstet: )t)�lly,-delivered, pei' tv-aek .. Dally, delivered, per year... Dally, by mall, ujor yenrTnpathy la extended his sorrow*] Ing family and relatives in their' sad, bereavement. Funeral services were conducted from the Hurst'parlors this afternoon to the WInnifred (jjBinetery, where interment took place. - � Mr. and Mrs. R. L, J^cGregor have sufficiently recovered from her recent( illness to be removed to-their-home.^ We.sincerely hope a speedy and complete resumption of .tlieir .,olcl_._time strength will be enjoyed. The sympatliy of many-friends la extended those bereaved by the death of Mrs. h: 'Pevevell' of drassy Lake, who passed away on Sunday...Snter- contemplation. The V. S. government ! ment took place In the Catholic fceme- tery here on Wednesday morning. is spending millions of doljlars in Montana which will result in irrigation for millions of acre's of. land, and the result will be that, whereas jlon-tana has in the past\experienced years of great crops mixed with years ot practical, crop failures, in a few years Montana will be one of the great, producing states of the union with none ot the fluctuations in production so apparent there now. ^The- same is possible In ^ Southern (Albert^i. /nie departuient jbf.tVe. Itf-t6ri(|t;nthrough.,;tHe surveys:^?!Htheir IrrtgaOon'-engtnfe'efa, has established us. bf 75 .miles of ------�-..-"-f I^hlyi^ge;Ji, ;is..jpibssiblo to" irrigate ;0,jple must-see that the new government of whatever brand it may be, haT a progteBsive policy' adapted to ^eet the igrea'tr needs of .Canada'at^thisi iper-. lod,' The olid partle8^wlU'^t*7 to cqme back? but tiiey shouldn't bi^ermUted to come back, to.power at atif rite, until-o^ bis criticism pf TBalon' Govern^ JB�ttt....^ . _ J ITHF POSSIBILITIES . '6F;jRftlGATION No apologies are needed tor the efforts being put forward by the board of trade, by the Herald and by Others interested, in the cai^paign to cLivert ; ^lie waters of our streams to the^land in the, way of irrigation ot the .great ; Jtracts' throughout Southern Alberta {nrhlcb we now know are capable of' irrigation., * Lethbridge and, district haveimany sources to, which we may : |ook fn the future for development, but na one source is ao potent as our Irrigation poBsibilities. it ^n this connection we know we are ' not dealing with an experiment. The |^ 7. Experimental stage has been passed ;:^�ad the success of agriculture under ,-;)lTigation has been established so far ^1^% Southern Alberta is concerned. We^khow too that the water Is' avail-*l|I>)evlng. The mmlBer ot cases' has' co'nSidernbly lessened, dur|-Ing thepa^t-'ii^iiek nnd butfor a num^ ber of, patKjiitSTjrought up from Noble-ford the liospttal would'be practically erapty. AdolpM Quick, afarmor raeid-Mng southeast'otto^-n, succumbedj^to tHeJdisease,-onMonilny. � ; Miss Brynton, of the' Salvation Army was hero last week to organiae �( campaign to raise funds, for the- overseas Work of the ^\nuy. \A cpmnJittee was formed, with llr. a'ibert as chalrf-man an* Mr: J. "Cowie as secretary, but owing to the prevalence of the 'flu epidemic in some pnrts of .the district: is was decidefllto (ieter the canvass .un.tlLthe_dls|wkjie. jsliiJL' have complaj^-ly disappeared.. For tlio information-of the general public it may be mentioned that the Salvation Army has been working strenuously at the front ever since the'commencement of the war; doing all"'in tlieir power to alleviate' the Sufferings and cheer. the lives of the soldiers and spending enormous Slims of money for _t^at iJur-po^e. This Is' the first time they have appealed to th.e public for fiinds and it la, hoped ths^t a generous response Svlll be made.' .JncidentaVly, It may be mentioned that the work of the Salvation Aymy, the Y.M.C.A.. and .similar organizations is far from ended, ^ although fti'armigtice has been signed. Mr. W. E. .JCnadsey. provincial manager of Uie/^iicybolders Mutual Life Asiihance 'Coinpany, was In town for, several; dfiiK's iaat week and secured several "gop'd "'^Siicies through his local agents,'Popbam * May. The-honor flag (with crowns) in connectiorii^ith the Victory Loan, arrived from Calgfry on Tuesday of last week.' Mr. S. M. Youijg, agent ot the CP. R. at this point,-is being transferred, it Is understood to Macleod and (s^ being succeeded by Mi*. Reid who -was here doing reU^f duty for a couple of weeks in the summer. Mr. "Voung has earnfed the respect ot the community by his conrteotis treatment of patrons ot thrf road and the pleasure felt by his friends on'hearing of his promotion will be tempered with regret at losing him. ' , CHARGEt) WITH MURDER NORTH SYDNEY, N. S., Nov. 26.- Francis and Michael Andrea were ar-reste,d 'last night, the former on ^ litharge of wilfUl murder and the latter under the Anti-Loafing Act. 'The Inquest was adjourned until tonight 'Whe.n Drs.. Bruce and ,;McLeod will report'on the,autopsy of the murdered iHan. It is also expected that the analysis of the liquor contained in Andrea's place will be presented. The remains of Guy McDonald, the riiurder-;ed WesternUnion Telegraph operator, |are being shipped to his home in St iStephen,-N.-b; -  fURLOUGHS FOR PRISONERS PARIS, No-l!. 26. - Repatriated iFren'ch prisoners of war may be given furloughs equal to the time they spent | ber cemetery. (Tab'ef' 'Times) - ------ William 'Alviri. BMdd,"^a member of the firm of Budd, coal distributor, passeii away on." Monday ' afternoon at the age of 38 years. He had been, a resident for the past. T.eXr Rid w^ll be missed by, a larga.ciro)eJ6tiriends. He is survived by-two-chlldr^ri,,-one son and one daugh'td,r;- botft Beii^g in Spokane, and his parents,. Mr^f-and Mrs. George Budd,-Salt Lake.^ Mrs. (Walter Duncombe, Taber,"' Mrs. Ben. Johnson, Salt Lake, .Mrs. Howard A. Daves, SaU"i.ake, are-slater's,,and James Budd, Taber, Gerald Budd;,and George Budi_ Salt Lak'e-,;.aEe brothers. The funeral took place on.TUesday at-' ternootf to Taber cemetery.'""Bishop Haynes conducted t|i4 burial seCTlce. Andrew Christiansen. The death of An.drew Christiansen, a miner at' Coal City, occurred on Monday morning at the isolation hospital from influenza, at the ag^ "Dt;^ years. His brother from, Satkaj^fh'e-," wan was at his bedside wMn.lje.'.flass-; ed away. The funeral tp'pk place .to, Tabei- cemetery Monday a^tfefmbtfil. ^ �  Thomas-PapericR. ' fy'^U T.-Paperick, an Austrlafi Jabprwr Jit the Regal collieries, died -ori/Friday, last from influenza, at the'ag.e-qf"*36, years. The funeral took place;bn"Fri-day afternoon to Taber cemeteiy;'' ' ' Thomas Skawr.onsi*!. " , On. Friday atterrioon last "Tholn'as-Skawronski. .ah'Austrian-laborer',, 'at the Regal collieries, 'passed jiway^ at the age of-28'yb�trs.' He'lfeaves-a'-wife and family -who &rb in -Alistria- 'to; mourn hie- losfe.-'- -"The' -funeral �'took place on Sunday mornlnfe'-Iast td-'Ta- That is Penij^d of Socialists in Germany, Who Denounce V, -V KMseri^^Traitor BBRNE; N6v. 2,5.-'fWe demand the immediate'Convening ot a revolutionary tribunal for the purpose of passing sentence -upon the Hohenzollerns, father and son, and on Von Bethmann-Hollweg,'? says the Red- ITag,-' the organ of Dr. Karl lilebknecht in �om-mentlng-'on the disclosures made in Munich concerning the complicity of Germany in bringing about tbe war. "William 11. must be com^jnantied to retHm-and give an' account before this trtbunal."^ ^ * , . The'organ ot'thei Independent Socialists, Die Friehl,' says: "They committed high treasoil. We can not lay hands on William and his son, but It is to be hoped that they will yet be brought :,to justice. Dr. von Beth-mann-Hollweg, former chancellor; Von Jagow and Zimmehnann (former German foreign secretaries) who were their tools, must forthwith be arrested and brought into court." t. LCkED.UEJN ASSING FOR THE BUSit^MAN ^ ' - .The InfliieiiJEa b�i'Js b�ing lifted in Medicine Hftl" toaajj.--:-.- ; Inspector 1. wri^p5uldigg, of the HiW.WiM.P.,*Moqgs Jaw,.has been tiiilBterred,.to:i|Oalgary., - ^Rey.".JphnVDuHon, � native Ol'Sin-tWiUta, Saslc,, will become rector of Stj- Mary's, Roman Catholic church, , Hairif^-'Wlowr ^ en-, glneer, nt ,6hnploain- Oht., while out hunting was mistaken tor a moose and fatally shot: s " ^ . Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, president ot Columbia Uitivorslty, declares that the next sixty days will be the most critical in history.>, ; .Flight Lt. W. N. Haujia, son ot Hon. W; J.� Hanna, Toi-onto, was accidentally "iSllled in Italy, after the conclu-bibn of hostilitfes. ! Louis Lipsky, head .of the Zionist Federation of America, says that Jews do not want Palestine handed over to them as a gift. , ' - * Negroes in Georgia will celebrate on January 1 next, the three hundredth aiinlvers'ary bit the landing of the fir*t negroes in America. "At dampbellton, N. B., the Hotel Dleu-Hospital and -the Sisters ot Charity Gdnvent school were destroyed by S.fa.' ' .'ft t6'^o. misdemeanor to-.,lclss in public iB the ruling of the,Superior Court of Calitoi'nin in upsetting an "antl-kissing" ordnance of Long Beach, Cal. Lionel F. Stobart, well known authority: on cattle arid manager of the Gang Ranch in Sarlboo and the Harper raiieh, near Kamloops, died from influenza. Mr. John Cheetham, a miner's check-weigher, the first >vprklhgman magistrate, appointed In this country, has accepted the mayoralty ot Wlgan, Eng--land. L. A. Mltchener, B.A., principal ot the Ridgetown Collegiate Institute, has been made public school Inspector ot Haldiniand, in which county he formerly taught school at Seljcirk and Caledonia. .-, . . . _I . ,  Inn^fi.circles,'of Lltferalito ha-yefre-celved'^e 'word thitthere majr-be another provlriciar*c6ntest jaext spring, 'fo.lioying, the next session of'the leg-Jslatnre, �,-sf:^s the .Peuticton,' B. C, �eraid.# ^T; i 5 -^^ V ..: - ��> ,',:>�,., > ' '.-ii Jyi t William Brace, parliamenAry under secretary for home" affairs and niem-ber of the h^use of cpinmons, announo-,ed that he would not accept office under a new coalition government in Great Britain. The. death has occurred 'at Saskatoon ot Rev. J. W. Holmes, a former pastor of Askln .Street Methodist church, London, arid an ex-president of'the London Conference. Mf. Holmes was 81 years of age, and had been retired for some time. Mrs. Stuart Mulrhead, Is the first woman to run for elective office In connection with Regina civic elections and''annouu::ed herself as a candidate tor the public school board with, the endorsement of the local council of women. Miss Anna Maley, author and lecturer, until retently one of the five members of the executive committee of the Socialist tjarty of America, died at Minneapolis following a long Illness. At the time of her death she was asfeistant secretary to Thomas Van Le\r, Socialist mayojr of Minneapolis, : and for years had played a prominent part In national affairs of the Socialist party. - ' ' ) . W^PNESPAY. NOVEMBEH,27, ipij in captivity, under a bill now before the chamber of deputies. A minimum IMP*. Ermott.: ..'1 On. Thursday^, evening^ .N'ovember' furlough of thirty days for air prison-j 14, there pasB^d^away:. froin'inflnettzav lers ot war is provided by the meas- Mrs. Chaflotte'r Ellzahdth 1 Krin'ctf;' lire. . Ithe-y*(lfe ot-pte;/.WjH."Krmfetr;-at!the; ---^--- oRe of 24- vearH..;:.The decea8Ba---l�-] CHANGES PRISONS ; survived by-her, husband,-"who is-,^tlfl ---- I at the front, and , One e'aded the his case is.DOlitical ratlier than military. cortege, ^nd a, number- of mlnefs- attended the luueraL i � OTTAWA Nov. 25.-An official report made to Hon., Arthur Meighen by W. M. Graham, who was  appointed commissioner to take'charge,of the greater production; campaign on tie western Indian reserves, shows that the campaign has been a remarkable success and that prepar^'tlbils are being mhde for production on.a. greater scale^than ever this season. FI-?8 greater produ'ctlfin farms have been located pn western reserves and a large amount'o? land has been plowed this tall rfeady for'seeding. The fa'tms are situatei as follows: rj-61eichen, Alta.: Blackfoot Reserve, !?,5,00, acres. S '^�'Clvlny, Alta.: Blackfoot Reserve, 5,50.0 acres., , , ,'Macledd, Alta.: Bipod Besefye, 5,000 .acres. '.- � . ., '�' ~' ' * ^ '^d^iwol,d.,SaBk.; Muscowpetung Reserve, '3.,60b. acres. ,,, Broadview, Sask.: Crooked Lakes Rtese'rye; ".Si'fiOO acres. SInf;^luta,--SS8k.: Asslniboine ', Reserve;. I,p00, acres. Total, 21,200 axir'es. ; ,.,'-r,. � ' ---S---- V- PORTLAND,- oi'flpori,' Nov; ^e'.r-^he cano^ll^tioh of contrjicts for the buildr Ing df 29--vvodden- shlisr', reprjBsentirig ajya^e completed of; fl9i525;000, was idr4ei|ed. in. the Oregon'-district today |fy��8 i.. -By the Chorus. Record-No. 17780-Little Bit of HffKT*^ .... :,v .v.'! -V-i Under'these regulations the newspapers will have nD~ol)OtiRd'^!iitHW fours truly, �V,- --:')��� -v ' Name....................... - \ , Address 3 i3J7>'!'i ,.,,,. NOTE: All subscriptions, new or renewal, will be^capd^^his rate if posted on or befoYe'DectJmber'2nd. After Decembpr ^illL the rate will be $5.00. . ' , , 1 F / 087110 07 37280? 08182811 ;