Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER M, HERALD INC COMPANY, LIMITED tth atrrrt ttthbrldgc i'i W." it ind_ pirector Business Manajer Vthtr nation! realfiu 11 jnS say The followlu U Iho cpiicluilon bl a description of a'visit'to Ihd'. grand, Mr V. Jones ol Ihe siiti pf TrlbuiiiiA As wa.s AB a spectacle Jl'fwas' glorious.. Jes- It was on incomparable, MM- bltton ot nower, Jl] thu culmination ot a laou'ltnd xears; 'at, Great Britain's maitory of tho. seas. .'No doubling American whojhas TELEPHONES iSWce I2W Subscription" .Daily, delivered, per week......' Dally, delivered, per year ......JT.M i Dally, by mall, per year by mall, per year Weekly, by mail oer year r LFTHBWDGF, PAHA Subject in or- Aaerlcin lii 'Tl or a vnsBpl W aid In Ih'ree daysjai Savuiiuah, dear. lndly. publish tklt sura cure [o Huckvale ind A. be aldermaulc c'amlldatcs lu Me lljl w i fiVite iU" Irou hie Cotlou ]ilckerBlare so scarce wondered whsl England lias dow> In ft'.nade possible America's, i ing-ulilold effective entry Into tbo war. It is [Or Krcedoni.inol tbo foundation and backbone -of tho ihrori-.'oV.rnc.roJgraven1 entire opuoslllon to Germany's plan! Education i It Is us nol-to forget that nr'inln really saved Hie world. With- ivv, the navy Germany would .have cashed France aud Delgluui and Bri- lain and Italy long ago, and the Unit- ed Slates not have been able to Datea ot eiplry ol subscriptions dally on address label. Accept- ance o( pacers arter eiplralion dnte I) o'jr authorliy to continue tha sub- B'crlptlon. FLOATING A i ..The anuouniremeut Uiat France pro- joses-lloallng a loan in Canada Is fig. ulflcaut. I.-rancc needs' ihe uioney for re'con- siructlon and II Is coming to one of the countries IJiat greatly assisted .it -.0 obtain financial go lo their rescue. t Sims, of the Unileil Stales Nivy, made a singularly frank Eii'eech at a luncheon by the English- speaking Union o! London. cd eipllcltly that Iho nufflber o.l sub- marines ouentlug against the nicr. chant ships "and transports 'coming la from was only the war to auce. Canada will beac-fiL To .pay us bacV, France will hecoma a tbnier in this cou'nlrj-. She Bill" pii- ronizejOur industries, purchasing (rom Iheru materials necessary, tor the re- building ol the ilevasiatc'4 portions ot (he republic. Our Industries will be .kept "busy rue'eling this new. and if we supply satisfactory miiter i'al, we bB bound to esiablisli a Iperniinent iiiarkct forthe'tSuie.! y OR soaiotlines running-dp 10 twelve or thirteen. The Amerirans sometimes Jtioaght that the American Jfavy had teen doing the bult of the business. That was not correct- There were about 6JOOO anti-submarine craft operating day and nighf. [be -Am- erican; craft numbered or three Again, "Americana seemed to regard li aVa liil.raMe pt thai they had got a million and troops hero'ln a few months, protected Iheru on the' rnry ivoiildjiojar in .this direction jib provide a -wcinh otmera- lure Hiiil tiislruc'tlVe rcaJlng far be- yond the rcad> of our Individual libraries. Il would naturally contain the finest, writings on the''war mid a far letter recori of t'ue ilecils of our army than toulil put upon a menu more flttlug'lhau Jhal sucii jliould meniorle 0 their ".Suc'J a'meiuprlal would not merel; our 'soldiers', heroism iry-prln- It will that: Is taken ii cases'and not otio caso has refused I yield to'lh-'- W' As swui'jsflL is sufo you have th which Is stnillar to La Grippe. 1 the first stiles, go to bed, for a good, tyveat by tsklng olf al) th clollilng aid wrap' Up wllh. a' gob blanket, eofer-wlih plenty- o! beddiii having tlie-rooni warm. Drink hoi ler as riot as Can lo loVen freely unt .the vorolts "freely. Don'l gc ml'through its "educational rould'lie furthering tbo -'VBI ciples for which'they have suffered. Yours truly, P. ,J. COLLINS. AFTER.THE WAR Editor Lethbrldge seems to be-fi great deal of.'mystery and ml.EUndcYelalidinR as to what ,ts. to be done, wllh .bar hoys when-they return iriaay of them cripploil or otherwise, disabled, and 'others' lo find- on their tilled by those' who have stayed take's a ijrent amoun e'r.'te It-Is essential lo neiilra tlie condition In ihe stomacli i order to throw off Ihe poison. Afte vomiting, put wet hot salt In, lltt bags' containing about 2 pounds eac under the shoulders and bins and on ai the well and presplr lion at onco. Take h cloths as tyot as cau bo made In I oven and continue rub 'iha.i'Vpres'plrailon, chasgi fa's'jTas Ihey'cool, until pras- a iirlce o[ !2 por hundred iouuds la being offered; Medicine Hal's final VIctory.Loau total Is or por capita with 2382 subscribers. Official returns Ju the Missouri ele; lions show Sneakor Clark elect- ed by a majority of llllnole has Iho issue o( ofibonJa (or tho construc- tion of nillos of good roads. -SI. There Is no doubt.bul'.ltial (he KOy- lu.ceasfls and the skills. I rod color, Then' rub rubbing ,woli' plenty of "alcohol: -than put OB a good stove and Rey. Cecil Spencer, rector John's f liurch, Onl., will go overseai to 'take up Y.M.G.A. .wprki tt bu'ilng Iho >var 40 Vlclorla Crosses; 491 Distinguished Service Onlera and 1657 Military, Crosses' wero 'awarded to Canadians, Governor ql New York, las Issued 'Q procla'nia'tlon- ordering E, batween 16'anft IS to tako mill DEMANDS OF THE ''LABOR Tile labor.deputailonlwiitirig on.the: 1S17, Amirlca came Infc'tho war the Centre! ere_ winning irilh ereat, rapidity.' He paid an'eliqtienl tribute iq the British ebverhment at Ottawa, Eb'ould happen to jtearmiriy'refofms, aid very- fVw of' lish.Grand Fleet, there Is no power on eaflh' thai can save us, for then, lie High Seas Fleet can come; out >EP '.theVseasJ .BrlUil) t iaf.iie'fo'undmCii 'them "appear to us to be able. The Dominion Government might real ol IhtM days. r. Tinemploymenl Insurance would relieve a seHons' problem. They biye been adopted in-other countries to the ad- working 'clatieii'anil Canaa sinil'- Jraid ji p[ cing idle land tlTatlon, and no. ireaier.' troilem [ion stone whole, of the al- lies. Ilis'a pity lhat the truth about tie'astonishing efforts made by Great Britain in .the ,war has pub- lished Ini-Arfl.e.rieayel-1' Fo'dr '.weeki till. 'Hoi er or later. In .fact. It is more.taaji action (along that taken at the coming.session of Parlia- is nnerof the--melhods'.of forcing I ciiltl facef the country'-'. It has .been .a. habit with, govern- ments lo lislen to the iequesls ol tne' labor organizations in 'the' but very seldom .was 'action- taie'n.' --A trinsIOTBTaildn is'taEing place tnrougli- out .the land and In the past sccnied Id be radical, 'do not appeal.to us in the same lignt; they arc reasonable, practicable, and of C-JIFI- ing grievances'. abofiryour7'early shipping? 'J-The off May tbi "ban be'. Henceforth and' forever ban Can it be that Ihe sultry No ve El be tor this demand Uha the restricted Ijat? Monday. Is clay. -'It' about time school board candidate .S- to stage, lhe annua ng. .'_ 7" .WHAT GERMANY- FEARS HOST The.howls for t-lemencj- which are coming froin Germany, pairloljc organizations ihey have 'established their worth Alberta needs.u good.roads pojic lhat iboIv.T yeira. Late-trie Th time to aiiopt such e. policy and to g it Into bperatipp j Why not a lady for the school boar Women have done'r.'s-n'ch' wonderf ith fl- Free Press are nbl Jy on food shortage, or even mainly on present necessities. The and Kuehlmanns have tlidlr eyes upon the and with reason. In. Alsace Lorraine Germany loses one .of Its greatest' economic as- As' the New Tojt Times 'points 'out; ''In 1SI1 France" Most" rieariy all tpr coil and half her. .Iron. In' 19H struck for. the other' hall of tha Iron. Germany's economic poyrer rests upon these facts. She could not have prolonged Ihe war without the Ions of ore mlud jknnually la lie provinces now rt'lunied.' ores_6l .Germa.n Lorraine; alone ara" 1 estimated to be worth Public service. With everybody aching to get him Williatn Hohenzollern, alias T Kaiser, must have- about reached t conclusion lhat "nobody snd' in.ose who .are kept the longest will only get, lhe avlngs. thar is the farms-far: away ora railroads and of littla .yalue, bile-thousands ot.others who not ra for farming will gel 'nothing. not a system oi.sraall.'gOTeni- ent nensians or annuities, deed, costing dollar .each ,d IbesBjstpuld be every-- ,e wbo has'Joined "up', saj-.one for. icb enliitmenl, then" ndi ne'.. for. eacn training, and 'en one for every day in .Uie danger one, .wounds being 'eilra according o'scale that, couldr'be aslly by the1 number. es he'ipossessed.'all.EOveniment'.era- loy'rheht ,to be open are ualifiedTfor the.pna Iho greater 'liumber of annullies. "ei5. the -i, ''.Vith" retereu'ceVfo. 'Ihe pvercment ossi'ble aivldinE it" irilb. .tal urroannirig each-eily, viila'geiprlral way depot' beyond which .a..' secom ring pi and .tbenL 161 cr'es beyond, as..far as til jvery appllcahtjls supplied, each.liold ins being protideil jrilli.snilabfe'huild ngs by the government .arid ,let at a taies'anjijiisiirabce 'to. be ncluded In so Ibat one pfy ment would The smaller holdings should-be nn Jer tha supsriatenacncc'.oE a.pfactice man wboEe duty..would be lo.shb-- hem lhe' best 'methods of vwofkln expert LhEy..wpuLd moye-.lD.lhe large moldings, always Ib'p'se with, the ,gfea er number of annuitlesV having' ih first choice so more.s'everel wonndcd'would be able to get Inc. be; when ever a farm became vacin't. ARTHUR NVFJL1IER. DEFENDS THE AMERICANS Editor I had not intentlo to lake part in a cchtroyersy ..of tb but your corresppriderit'ot -N vember. 21, writing under, the hcadli of "The Social has laken'jt u on.bimEell to make a; statemcn about the moral conditions of crican people Ibat I as 'ap-America jean not allow lo aland, unchallenge res- me, v h of several Hule pamphlets' he claims to have In pabllcatjon. .This high cost of publishing lalk Is no Is.very real.' Henry For'd wili find II out very Eoon and some gaps will be opened tn bis Torl'nne, I The labor deputation at Ottawa must and the of In the Vall'cd seeirs' Id pro to the people of Canada lhat the.l Jted States has' degenerated Into cpnjillion of dehavichery- a; nation. The vfomanhnod'' of conn.lry, spryour correa5ondent atiti hasTehched such a Bta.le of moral's there lhe 1 .._ .s UEe.a'g'ood bowel regulator .'da storoll and Cascara reful ihoul-the djal. usrag no'aolld Mis at all -until the (erer hai betn netlwealy'toiir lo rink: 9! water all Iho -line iere Bhould be no slcfcn'ega" after, the IrJ (iiy, Trusting :lhat any onc-affllcttd e this remedy, as 1 know It will cure I have TJIt'd It In a 'great -mapy '''r' :sb tension oi .war '.-Weiaro dgjn'g ill lo our power lo-piake It pcnlbls Come In and Iqara how-enally hear the (ollowtni far- Victor i No; Came Upon tbe "i-'-I- Clear, and Blng 0 Hefvtu tne Bit ot" Heaven Cbarlea Irish Sui by Macdonough, and 1'Ret'toia Uit Miht In Dreamland, LiMiTED T. W.'HARrtlS, Tabe'r, Alia. ditb'f Twas aten down' from ae Surjs'ebn'Ger: id, GeneriV Vashlnston, KC., which goyejiraeilt ulhorflles say lias-'pre'ved ili eflici- sure" pneumonia, ioverBrhent Instnlctions: Saturate a bait ot'cotton as'large V a one-Inch spirits of Icbhdl, .'add Ihree.'drdiis of v'cbloro orm-.to each cotton, lie'lw'een the pallent'a .teeth, let tUe latlent inhale the', tunics" for fifteen' nlnutes Then. nb'm'le1 again' re- peat the operation as directed 'our limes, the res'nit' will he lhat tho ungs" will eipaiitt 'to their normal con- dition, In Iwcnly'-fott'r hours; Iba-'n'a- tleat will be oiit of cUnger. Ghange cotfon "often, It twice In niteea'-'mln'iitesi- The-lreal- menl is slmpla'and1 It any'Ol'your friends are attacked we wouIdyEUE- gesl thai you give them Ihls'ieniedy, pr'see that it Is given ;by. the physi- cian in charge. f II. f. 809.! Galahad Local, Alberta VATICAN TO ISSUE WHITE BOOK. Rev. (Major) Edward G. Doe, tor of St." Anne's Church, Walker'ylllc, has been an pointed lo RIdgetbwn'parlsh. In'resllgallon ol the allce'ei speech 61 Senator Li Fbllelte'at'-St Paul, more .than a year ago; was aban flbaed by Iho U. 5. Senate committee, bn.a vote of nine to two. i Alter twenty-lour hours ol agony, the tw'o-yea'r-old daughter ol Arthur Mclnlosh, of St. Catharines, died from bums received when her clothing caught lire from small open gas ilove. Boy's and girls of St. Anne's _Aca- demy :are vowing vengeance upon the meanest. (Met in who slashed, Julian's lorig [joaUng locks wbllo she. watched a liirade. Hey. Richard C. T. Othen, 'M.A., BJJ., ol Robertson Memorial Presoyterian Winnipeg, died age of deceased had been.for the slatlonea at Prince Albert; Saslc-, In. Sandwich, paased sentence upon the four jieEroes and" one'Russian found guilty, ol'ol' fenses a'galnst: young, girls. In tbree WIN Dtal With: War and Efforte lo Prevent II.. cases -ttecat-o'nlneiaiia it" added to school board r .petition- Irani' the lady.-teacbers (46: it' Ihe p-jbllc schools requesting tha a sjlary- schedule be Introduced, thi nilnlmiim lo be }750 and tbe maximum The 'present scale runs-ifrqnl to has hccn swccpln In the last 48 hour there have been 12 iieK-infllcte di'aibhvPbygJclana connected with tho cqrbher'6 office declare lhat tlie sui- cides are psychological result bf-the ending ot tbe war. Dr. vAndrewB. Grant, cnalr-' man ol the War artd Pa- triotism Commission, left last week on route' for lie will be away some'monlha ftir tho purpose. 'of studying army, conditions, and pre- paring himself lo discuss demoblllza- tlon and Its attendant problems. Donate] McDourall, a native of Nova Scotia; who as a wnilcr for thirteen years' In the Forr Pitt Hotel, Pitisbfrgj recently Investor! 15.- 000, wlilclf rlpressnieil the arcuniula- Vatican.correanondent of the Naples MaUIno give's details of the preparation of "a 'wh'ife" book which is "to be Is'sueJ. The first ol lhe series lion of lips whicfi ha has received ifur- ol'documents wIlKconcerri the dealh'oil "Ing his term' of .service', In Liberty Archduke Franz'Ferdinand (assassin-1 bonds and his work lo Join at Sarajevo) June 1S1J. These- ilocume'nls will Impbrt- ance because they ha've tb do with the Subicriptioni in Arrean More Than three Hut Be Pad Week. tor Canada saya wasted nnd IntlmalesJharTegulatlons about to be Is.ued one a le sDOn have been on ihe phone and heard ,ne depopulated. Your corres'por.donl m Fart of them werj sold'to Ihe Weudel] aysdlcalo lor on the ground that.they French. cHlzens. I Wm. Symond's speech al Another sold to Ihe von Raumer syndicate for marks, the Elate reserving the rlgln ot participation lo Ihe.eitent ol 51 per cent. All these wero developed f'.' Germany fpr'hcrself, tnd they nov thc people of Ihls cmntrr to lhat nine out of every ,10 of us, pro afflicted with tonic form of a ,conlisious disease. Of..'ilia United -Army your' correspondent claims lo have evidence lhat.lt.con- plsts of ahoul tho most rlCKi-atlrul cliss VTicn one realizes that acres ;thal ever dlsgraceil ttiD nrime of'niin, tributary to Letiibridgc aro capablo of lhat 2.27 for an Increase in tha alcoholic per-; centage In leer. draftees worn abso- rotlinK wllh some' form of a irrigallon 10' lhat there wouU never be a crop tailurc one cannot help hav- In; fulurc of that -Hon. a slander upon American man- bi ai ecoaonlc sense, and to Im- ftAlftn Here Is one of the i-' for tis clemency appeals. .THE NAVY AND It Is well to recall, now and again, Uat British nivr saved lhe allies ta war. Britain 13 too reticent to Ulk about II. However, preparation of Ihe war and tne efforts of PoTIc Plus X. (p prevent It. i The second will from October, 1914." to" March, 1917. from Ihe'clecilon ol Pope Benedict to the jireparalloii of his famous peace will also-concern lhc pontifi- cal efforts In liehalt of prisoners of The third will run from IIarch, iSU, IP December. 1017, and VIHdeal spe- cifically willi ihr; peace noto ind ita conscfllienceg. The fourth of ths'urjea be ol a partluilarly rrligloufi nature The white luwk will be It In'sald by some, afe.sboii as Iho peace ronfercni-e In-eiii4. Olhcrs asse-l Ihal II will bo ilchyr.il iirjlll peaco bas been signed, and that it will contain a fifth parl, dcalln; wlih'tbe. conferences. HIGH PRICES FOR YEARS, SAYS J. OCDEN ARMOUR Ugdon Armour madp lo the tbat: of admissions .to Ihe hojpltal do not -think food prices will lie-' Ifrora all forma of venereal illscatES Mint- murti for (ojr.years. Provisions :GrEat credit Is due Secretary s..Anrra, ibout scven jer -raKy not go any hljher, but al Ihe! son of ihj V. A. tor his encriry The maitical authorities oJlt- same lime Ihey nrs not Illtely to de- Ihe British army.; IJeul.-Col.' A. K. Ilobblns, n.S.O., who lell Edmonton as major'and ad- jutant of the 49th Uattallcn. was promoted'on lhe.Held lo his present rank and laler given corrtman'rl of'tho Third Canadlao Uattal- ten, returning last May, lias Mr. appointed ol police of the Ity of North Daltlcfonl, Saak. >llsslng packages containing approx- tmalely In .were ahlppcil from Alas- on the Eloamer: Admiral Watson. have been found at Valttezi" Alaska, where they were put d'shor0, by nils- lake. The gold was shipped by An- rhoraBC miners.lo.a Snaltlr bank mill wfts missed when tlio unload- cil al Scalllc. D. In among Ilico larfr- cst ranchers ami farmers In the Urjnt, Alberta, district, lids purchased from the PerchcrPn Importefs, .____ Yay'zelL A Parr, of Calgary, lhe yenr Ibis statement en the outlook for food jllng rcslslercd 1'crchcron sijljlon. costs: of dally ntwspapert rausVceaae their paperi lown lo the normal." Grove Ifirry. U. S. No. fpr lhe sum of 15.000. Ihe highest price ever paid tor a yearling slallio'a In province. HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? Tho'Hudson's Hjy Co..la giving away J100.00 Victory Itcml far lhe (ORDER f. IHE .tERAI.D, LETHDR.lrjQEr ALBERTA. 1 Wl-hing lo renew m? subscription to lhe Lclhbrlrtire Herald, -1 .Wlilch will pay my subscription al the rate( S 1.00 TV year for a further period ot years. truly. Address NOTE; All subscriptions, new jr lie accepted .it tkls fe-fof-.bcfoKj.