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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE DA1IA'. WliMY, NOVEMBER 20, 19J Ictbbtibge Detail Publlihert ITHI ULTHPHIPCJE HERALD PRINT. ING COMPANY. LIMITED South, Lethbrldfe W. A. President mil Managing Director Jotn Torn nee Business Maniidr jfpJSr oifi7e .U 1 Subscription Ralec: Saily. by mall, per PC Weekly, by mall, per year......Jl.ot by mail per year to Date? ot expiry or subscrlpttonsjp- jear dally 6u Address "looel. Accept knee'of papfrs'a'rior ei'iflratlou date't; our authority to continue the Ecrlpllon. LET US BE SURE.OF WHAT. TAKES .ITS PLACE "The" ReslDa' tinder, ol JJulon Gorernment in the past. saya that Iho occasion for Ualoo Govern ment having passed away, Union Qov Only 25 moro days till Christmas. The- Brooklyn Eajls thai eriuany'6 greatest worlt ot art Is bat final "buEp ot the ICnlsor. Now Iho kiddles are llaus Is opining, since have Invited him. Euri> Sauto lhe> Notary The Dejter, Missouri, iuta It very well wheu It says tli.it Bolshevism IE merely Crirlsui orei- Peru anil-Chile tiire.iiou- cd to tfeW, looked, at Ulio ruin ?urope'aad ayologlied whicb was quite sensible.'' El-Kaiser ntll, over Ihe chaos In Germany and- can no doubt gather plenty of material neiv look, Oul." Now Dank Manager a 'Jtclurned Soldier Returns (From Our Own CorrejoorMrnll CHAMPION. Alts., Nov. my last threa moro doatlia have occurred In our nolahborliucd. Mr-. J. S. Uarrnsor passed away on Saturday afteraooii X'ovoiabor 23, .iftor giving birth to n baby oarly tlie same day (still Thu da- ceased !iad been alck Tor two w u'Eili Influenza and pneuiiioulLi. She was well known throughout the dis- trict, betilR tho d-AUgijtor iof Mr. and Mrs. M. Matlock. The luncr.-.l took ulaco at Keed llljl ccnietery on Sun- day afcernoon In iho presence ol some flfiy or sixty people. On Ihe same day, at: 3 p.m.. Sir. (Troril Our Own CorrttuoaAfnl) CARDSTON', Nov. The board of dlreelon for the proposed hospi- tal district mot In Cordjiuii with. Messrs.. N. C. Smith, W. K, J. Johaiisen and U. B. Kolley present, n full quorum except tor Iho Coch- raiie mualclpillly, whose repreieutu- tlva lias never been present it any of I be botrd. TUc organlier for Ihe department, Wblblon. wan and Ihe the project by able isslilinra given Martin Woolf. M.P.P, was the With ban oft, all l.aihuridgc Gcorgojlegslcacl uisse] awny at Ihc should QttcniJ church Sunday oil occasion of nalloniil thanksgiving for the victory ol the allies. Lt should be a memorable occasion. The city fathers .are busy irainiuij up new ot extracting the' same itajtea., do not Bonder thai they preserve sllenre. Evidently they have learned discretion. -The Chicago Daily News remarks tnat all the Toulonlc powers aro sur- rendering except Milwaukee, which aas elected-Victor Bcrger, a pro-Gerr man, to Congress. ernment should piss away with'- It and then it says; What Canada needs and needs bad 'JlVOUd must have. In the present crls ii in Its history Is a Government q set Ion, a Government prepared to adopt ucd put into etfect more radl cal and fir-reaching policies than any rTilherto known. In this country. Tbl 'means that' we -must a Ooverp nient composed cf men ivholly eympa .Ihellc one tj another, men having common aims and aspirations, Eicn lanKtly beflevins in the same grin- tiples of policy, men who- can make up their minds without a dozen reser-j.Hooyer fays the Huns come last That .was a fine subscription to Ihs Victory Loan .from .Canadians at Ihe who risk their lives and so generously lisn tnsfr rr.oney can't "ye treated too weil.when tbey return to the homeland." vallons nnd qualifications, men adopt a policy and put It Into' effect because it is sound and right, men who, having decided bn such a policy, will proceed to give effect tb It without delay and carry II throrigb when the world's food problems are being dealt with. This Is a great chance for Mr. Hoover to get even with the. Germans for the tlmei when nttack ot had been lllc tieishborhoou foi1 somo two and liad worked tor Mr.-G Hock as a carpenter. idlle-J (0 A touch of when'it'was known that the father was expected on the next morning train. Tho body was embalmed by .Mr. Cooper, or Lethbridse, -.'on Sun- day evening, and vi-i3'laken_' to his olil home Maseau, by his lather on llomiay night." credit Is duo fo the Rock brothers and Art Aldrlck tor the way they stayed .by their Iriend nulo llli We last. On Monday, November Zo, Mr. aged piVsed away at the home of his brother aid-sister, on the ITcadn-ay and Willie's" ranch, nortlteast ot (own. Mr. had been 'oiling for jlme, and passed quietly, as'-slaj'ed, Irom sheer old' Tne- Interment' took place al ihe Champion ceinelery on Tuesday afternoon. This brings our death roil for the last month upMo fobrteen.; ,re -fortunate having of- of ig the most at the Mrs d with'energy and vigor to a desired end; and persist in it until thai end'Is'1 mlUined. T In ft word, Canada.needs, and must Government and administra- tion based on conviction, and not on compromise. Union Goverpraent can- not glye such an adnilnistra- "tiop. Union Government in the tdture, as in tho past, be tor com; promise all along Ibe line; ot neces- lily it vfould be a sorerumenl ol com; promleo between the cunfiicliog tfcal, "economic, and financial -Yiewa ol Ua members. Such a QoTernment Via-not salisry.ihe Canadian nor could II advance (he-national In- (ereste ol Canada at lliis lime. .Trne enough, much or the but where are HWJ leaders lo tarry oul these" fine Weis7 The old parties muat be recreated and reformed; poli- cies-must be'framed before the peo- ple can decide whether a change hack to party government as we formerly knew it, ..is. desirable, Our-view is till Canada needs a cnnrageous, progressive parly, slrong lor advanced legislation, tariff refnrm: they obstructed him while he was BelBium. Billy Sunday, would send Ihe Ksisct o St. Helena. Hut why 3t. Helena. We thought Billy's favorite place for the wicked viaa Hell. Does ho think Si. Helena Is worse than Hades, or does he' really think. St. Helena is real and Hell isn't. Speak op. Billy. "Crown Prince Willie once asked prisoners what kind ot a reception he would receive if he came'to Canada. He should have been here on Nov. 11, to have observed how maay tiraes he was burned In ef- figy. We services cnilnen; J.' Gallapher and .At .present "there-arc-'oqly patients at the hospital, all, o[ whom are.doing Veil, ;'aod (t Is bppen" iba the excuse for iis existence will soon be removed. The Smith Brothers have shipped in some 160 'cattle fron thtir Pincher Cveek ranch to wlnte their places, also about 20 car" of bay. Pte- A. L-. Smllli, the adveriialn The Alberta Veteran of making the proposition acccoptablc to those concerned. The plnn ns now ottered will afford tho beet ailcnilon at Iho least coal auy-tproposltlou thus far organ- zed In tbe province. For ratepayers'nnil residents tho uoinlual charge will bo offered f tt.OO per day, no expense for IBO of operating room. Transients vlll be 'Charged per day, nnd 3.00 and J5.00 "respectively for ulnor and major operallous. Pnrlles like bank c'erks or Borneo Inulorees not residents or Centers under the can ue accommodated in Ihe same basis by payment, of ;4.SO per-annum. .Tho estimated cost foj tho first tho highest, and will ;radually' be reduced, and th.9 pro- losal of "three cenls per'acre and hree mills In Cardston will no doubt IE reduced to 2c and 2 mills alter :he first year. There Vero several leading citizens present who ursed the establishment. ,thts..-niucyneede.d Imttltullon. In our "midst. V Mr. Woolf very clearly pointed Out :o .that under tne presr ent .conditions'" tho hospital_ would at- 'ord accommodation when the neces- sary changes were mado possibly for live years... The amount paid lor It could be saved, lo eay nothing of Its, re-sale In Ihat time by the difference In the cost of labor and material when conditions became normal or on a" prf-Var basis. Then a larger and more substantial structure could be built, and the present one either tsed as a nurses' home or sold, and the. Thole district be henefllted. The. Interest" and. necessary work put in with, the department by our member" should be .appreciated by all, us without it tbls proposition would not hive succeeded. When .the Cheating plant-.Is re- Ovr Own HAV510ND, Nov. Knlglll- Walson Ranching Co. lusl shinned BOO licad of beof from Iho Sugar Co.' ranch recently purchased by In oil. thoru have beon more than three thousand :head of tattle shipped from IKTO tills One thousand Ions of Lay havo re- cently beau Loughl hero by ba; Wo wonder If these facts auppart the C. I', ii. otfico's sialemcnl Ihat there' wouldn't ho anything shipped or rtiarlHted 'ion tho I.utbli-ldgo- Cardston hraucli ot tho C. P. It. Ihls season. And old-timer who came as far StlrlluK tlio olhor nlE'nt from Mon- tana, but couldn't get to Magralh, remarked: "Well, IhU reminds ins of 20 years ago when 1 first camo to Ihla country. Two and throe Iralns a week." '-'Who ovi-nn it ho aakcil. told It was Iho C. H ho wondered what company over ridden Ihe Alberta Hallway Irrigation Co. Tim KlrUnim .nnd nilley who havo been here from Nonna alnce Iho 'flu bcfan, aro rc-tu'rnliif lo Calgary Saturday. 1CKED UP IN ASSING FOIl TUB I1USY MAN .THR-HOME OF THE VICTROLA Come Direct to Us When in Need of Records parllculnr record you may want CAD be cil here Immediately. For years throughout our IwentJ Btorca we have specialized lu and Victor Records continually Klvtns Vlctrola owu'sn the Service (hit eallsllcs, and today wo .fully maintain that enviable rervlce. A Mason fc niach Store, "THE HOME OF THE VICTflOLA" Is Iho best plnco to buy your rccorilu. We'd Ilku you to hear these selections: Hccord No. Old Country Fiddler ot tlie Dance, and The Hy diaries TagKarl. Record Ho. Bit o! Sun- slilno and Kath h'tllcli Is i Tboujht o[ You, Henry llurr. Record N'o. 74J20-Cnrry Me Hack to Old Vlrglnny (wllli rualo Dy Alma Gluck, MASON a RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBR1DGE Aid. McCoppen has wKlidrau'D from 'district was up. JTho prlsan- he race in Edmonton. Dr. R. S. Broivslcr ot Beeton, Ont., killed when bla car (uracd turtle. Lieut. GeMfray A. H. Carson, D.C. M., Crotx de Guerre, era iiollco lieadiiuarlcrs crowding (he cells to overflowing. Winston Spencer Churchill, minis- ter o[ 'munitions, speaking nt Dun.- ilee, said he would do everything In his power to make a league of nations of the South African and tho Great practical and powerful reaUly. Hut War, died at Sask., at monla, au attack ol Spanish The Dominion revenue (or Ihe fis- cal year ending March 31. J91B, as a result of Ihe success ot the business profits iaiaUoii, Income and other taxes will reach nearly threo hundred million dollars. ot nations, he contended, no subslliulo Tor tho supremacy iCL-ii wi i nc jnuci ML i fci.t-1 -i j -it Calgarv, was ID town on business modelled, and Ine veranda DUIU, as luring the week" con- proposed, wilh sorao. Internal changes iiderafcle 'aiccesJ, .Any "old returned as lo the rooms, Cardston will have .Mr. ded in -tBerkaee, and has the United Stales for the billions of dollars loaned Iq Great asks an anonymous multonhead of St. Lonia, to which the Post replied: "The security of as sublime a courage, Invincible a spirit, aa unwavering a that U assured, aailiidl promised, and falthT aod as tiadly-an example of eaJLirely.free Irom Ihe corrnpt -inter-, gell-sacrince the annals of ihe nti eats Ihat hare hitherto Etlflcd man race disclose." And a parly and a policy of I tnis character be directed by men or ability and vision, men in >hoin- the .people have confidence. Lethbridge never did a betler t than the appointment or a reconstruc- tion committee provided the commlt- soldier Is welcomed in Champion at riny old time. We arc lo learn that Mr.J Ac-' bf'HaaiiitQn, Is a returned sol- dier, having served fn France as a leutenant with ihe 13rd Highlandefs, of N'inmnes. .Mr. scyerelr i... p'ermanflntly anie. Mr. Percj: Walson is on a' visit for a, few Saskatcliewan. Mr. Horace Gill Is busy moving to s new home. Pie. Cplwell ..ill be lean) ftat tie has arrived safely back fin-Canada-' afier two rears ot military, service .over- seas, and Is-now viaiilng Irienda In New. Bnins.wicJc. Pie', .Oolwell left oil Decemher a signal- ler the 21lth Battalion, and after a in went to he saw. SBr- oral months' 'scTTlce, and1 wss seri- ously wounded 'by shrapnel on Xo- TfimbQr 6, ,1517, during the flghling arQund.' Looa'and Hill No. 70. He None cE the opponents of Union'Gov- tee gels behind the work it has 5tt ernmenl'nave done much but crill-1 out to do ahd'carries It The .else. Certainly Union Government in Ixonslruclloji ol the coramlllee leads ua respects, has hot reached believe that they will undertake respects, has hot reached peclallons, hut has any leader or any parjy advanced a--helter proposiljon for the Tcconslructlon period. TJnTon Governmeat can be Improved not only the lut vrhaL baa been oltered'to improve ,o believe that they will undertake their duties seriously. and that they will not be content frith a high-sou nd- lo'g'name. There'is'plenty of Tvork. commUtee hut the Lethbrldga to do. Ev'eryi man, .p.n this, corner .or'tVe world a very timely and suitable .hospital; wllh "compariLlTely low cost, will ne notsd by'consulting the of Ihe UrlUsli fleel. The minister de- clared that none of the Oerman rnl- onies would over bo restored to Ger- many and none of the conquered purl of Turkey would ever uo restored to In Ihe provincial police court at .Swift Current; Choa. was Tha death occurred al her home In I committed for trial on a charge of at Cnlgary of Mrs, W. E. Graham, wife I tempted wife. imirde'r. The woman's menx' in these coluinnar. p.nd chll'J .ly >r lii this hospital' unit can receive the bene- llls at 'a nominal cost; under this proposal; and. when It Is full? coosidered will doubtless give a big vote in It3 laror Towri Nominations. The retiremeEt pi i the Tnayor and three couDdl'lora by 'statute and the resignation of Mr. IL C. Phipps means that Tour must be elected, irvith. the mayor, at- the De- cember fcallolllne. PUoher has consented .to stand lor reclec- .lon. Also two trustees, Messrs. M. A. Coombs fcbairmani, and John F- Parriah, will come loathe, end of Iheif' lerma: Ihal spent' n hospitals it? Before we think of a change, let ms have some concrete policies and the names of the men to put them In force.' It Js true that .Union G'orcnicjieQt Irl. England ant] ..France, .and is full prpTRlse'' iof tti.e. treatment received, Cross. "_ Abunelhy and her daughter are.'ob" al visit lo .their olil home In ..The fire-hall has.ncen moved over on .the promises to be a greaL iriinrpVBinenL Sir. arid .Mrs. Art Joplln ha moved Iqto. town for (he winter. "At- a.jriecUnfe of' the schoo.l trui- waa only cheated to carry on the war1, but are (here In existence leaders and a to supplant H, "In. dealing with "ihe after -war period? Those who want to get rid of Un- ion Government, should "not'only crl- ticlte but put before people a de-' finKe proposition of something better to replace It. AE-iar 33 ihe Herald la.concerned, It Elands for stroag, progressive policy of economic and social reform, lees" held'oil Tuasdqy evening "it wa's The faults of any goyernment are decided to reopp.' the "ichool orj always more apparent to the public! December D, 'Uu sltu- allon-cont.lmiea lp.r The church "oQ Sun: day evening, 'at'. 7.30, than Its virtues H is so wilh Union lOvernment, and the fault-finders of course, moat often themselves heard. Bat there arc many under- takings for the public good which Un- ion Government haa been able to car- ry through that a. parly government ha've baited at. Romemhcrlng Ih'at, ve have ret to find any great desire on the part of the mass of the people to go back lo the old party aya- ihat will meet tbe needs cl a demo-1 along wllli cratic nation, a I'nIEcy.that will ba be started 1 fair to all Canada, hut Ibat will not _burdeoB upon one'EectEqn of Die countrr, In order lo provide cpec- III prlTileges for another section. To IcAd that parly ve want men who are honest'and courageous enough to car- ry oul the 'prlnclplca thty advochte. Today and tie (Jays lo come are Ihe moti critical In Canada's The yrobtnia to be 'solved-must he deklt irllh'ty Cariada'a. ablest, rnosl rapable ind onseHlsh men. About every so often someone tomes WINNIFRED WIXMFRpfu, A. M MacDonald, Junior school tc. in Lethbridge sick with Inf The family of Glen Phlllipa are re- ported quite -atck, the oldest daugh- ter. galnLng rapidly...j i Mis's R. Yoland, school teacher, left veaterday for her home la Fernic, D.C. Mr. Harry Flowerman and family Xovembcr 23 for.iho coaat. bolh illeraa'n Tvlll aland for re-election, and liave served the people faithfully and given much Umo and aUentlon" to the school matters. Some have criticized their action recently in arranging the stage oi the gymnasium so'as lo accommodate an ordinary hut It in strictly in lino wllh the -policy of the department of education, to make the Fchoo] a'social centre, and this change will .nnl Injure the school value, ami .make "possible a Targe auditorium that otherwise >s-e would he entirely without. The picture thea- tre-Js iiie only other place for nn audle'ricW, and "It la entirely too small for'lliosc who will gallier, for In slancia, the be'cinrjlng unoer the 'tame manage- nienV'as tho'vCbaatauqaa prgdnlza- Udni N'6n December 7lh nttrac- tfoiis >li] hcgln with the Dertha Fariiar Concert Co., _ a very hlgh- ----Vlisis Trvln-S. Cqbb will lecture in JiniiiaW aa 'TlP." Burtiell R. Ford. of Dr. E. Graham, who Is overspaa witb the medical corps. She tva_s a sis- ter of tho wife of Lhe premier of Sask- atchewan. Ths Chinese government has de- cided to Hflwicny the.remaining slocks of, opium ID Shanghai In .deference" to' Anglo-American, representations.; 300 chests are to bo-burned iu tlie'pres- ence of Allied representatives. .The Toronto council of women pas-' sed a favor of cutting off all association v.ilk women of tliB en- emy couotrica. U was decided Lo'ask the Xatioaa] council to do away with the office of advisory president. Rollv the Foundrj ncJ tlie Medicine Hal Pump and Dross Works of Medicine- Hal, Lave'.received in- structiom lo dlsconttnae nuking shells, and the latter plant was closed down Tuesday In the munition de- partment. Rev. J, S. Henderson of. Vancouver, who had been appointed general Meld secretary of :home missions anj so- cial reform for the Presbyterian church of Canada, has decldud to.ac- cept Instead the pastorale .o[ 3t. An church at Vancouver. Iteglna's revenue account for the first lea months of the year is short Instead of showing an esti- mated Burplns of J2.027.33, according lo the city auditor's report which has been prepared for presentation al the annual meeting. This is fuce was beaten Into an almost cognizable mass and she has severe Injuries about the body' which the doctor elatps aro sufficient io. cnuso death ten times and may yel causo -Jealh. The crlmo- was commit ted aflho home of the prisoner about eighteen miles nurth or Bwlft .Cur rent, Elimination on July 1. 1919, under ;ho "dry" clause of :tbe new emer- gency agricultural law will mean er rates for hotel rooms nnd'low- er rentals to. owncra-of hotel proper- Now York hotel dcclarccl aflcr a conference. It wna ngrccil hat hotels could not Eurvlvo with, th sale of wines and liquors stopped, un oss present rates for other accommoj lallons wore Increased, borno of (hi jars. It was said, would bo kept open! lowcvcr, lor the eott, drlnk-f anci lunches. Three porsons were Instantly kllledl ono died from Injury and two othenl are In tho hospital, ns a result or n coll Hslon belvrccn a Grand Trunk traiil nnd a motor car at Lbo .Queen at reef crossing In B ramp ton. Out. The deaij arc: Edith and James Pearf Belles, Mlae Ethell QwUt. All six, II I understood, were employed by the! Dale-Egltte In Bratxtptpp were rel lurnlng frorc. their work when the accl deiit occurred, It uelng th'elr cuslom to KO back_ fprtlj hjr mojor carl Just "ait ihe "motorLcame on' to crosslng.'-thc train which at and was due In Bramplcn all caqje along. The Izipiict complete-! nual ratepayers meetin quivalent to a differenc mills on -the (ax rale. eq :0 Ol Iv.'O rd. liss A. M and a hollies of .cacher, fa. (jntertainment will conclurte the htffgeat ev fluenza. Schuberl Bcxtetle giving cilensive The first woman to lie r.n ambassador has been nominated by the Hungarian government, for Iho post In, Switzerland. She ts UK, Hun- garian writer and Itos'kn Schwimmep, who new resides In Switzerland. Madame Scliwlrnmcr has accepted the nomination and will en- Irr upon her ilulles shortly at Berne. Thirty disorderly houses at Mon- treal were raided by the police, netting 234 prisoners and more than 1000 liquors The raid was the ever made In the clly, aiul an the last pcrformnnce. Such hish-claas entertain in cnl j not au- ditorium. A few of Cardaton's have been'- the for the above arul the Chalauqua ontcr- tainnicntF. nnd arc helping Ihe great :oinimmily uplift br affordlnff such In tin! of Hi portion of the rcil light ime. wlien we can boast a librarylmuch Improved. Dennl- bBlldlnff.' A miebty fine Idea, bn'. lei pick while UE hope that this time U past he suggestion stage. Tkere Is no rca-, sen. why there should W he a fairly ;done. well equipped library al the Y.M.C.A. Ctlgiry candidate baa retired, It a. straight fight botwwn Mayor Coslello and Aid. Mar ill all. vYiti XIJTJT Cdaieiro make life Jot? thai a lib- home- WinJilfreil regretted j instructive and artistic talent: lo their leaving. visit us In preparation for the Mr.- O. 11. Cooper Is reported' '____'__ of Mr. Cooper, and Mrs. Dennlson la rslns her son at Mr. Cooper's Everything possible Is being now n homo. with a librarian In cha.-go, working! ta'K6Tl to for Tr.e.llcal help on Man- at the home of hpr slater, Mrs. the end In ot building up; Phillips. Acute pneumonia having the volurrei of Ilcllon, refcrerce, gradually developed a couple of daya classics and other hooka so that -che rxthbrfdgo, Mr does secure i llbrarj mnth ot the Initial of furnhhing and have been met. The plan would bt good for (ha Y.M.C.A., a public inst'l- will not return to WInnifred itial eiponse ping it will lntion: an.1 coveu-J. i Mr. I I covering' from j flucnia. >Tryi. Tlavfs oul. (he to.U few oraen has entirely rc- vjqv Iq jrraduaUz.. long it ahlc '..to. he TO whom a library been a for the citizens c-f Mr. r: J. llar.och Is visiting Jack narinrr returned from" Ihe TO BE REPRESENTED WAHIIINTfTQXV NOT.' fed- ral trade rommlaeipTi probably will be repreaontFtrf among the advisors of the American delegates lo the corning peace rnnforcn'ce, It was learned today. John Walsh, nn attorney (or the com- mlaslon has bicn ncntlone.i probable splcclTon of the commission to handle loads or ''fttid hoga, reporting crrlhinB A No. i: Mrs. -John .and small liablci ar_e- wn.vtlescenl. 4 Mr. an.] .Jack Weosicr, five OC town, are both iaai. ubcre ho vaaL with two car- A (cw down wlih Influenza. Hey. Sir. are their dally wants. Al McDoucall III TlslIlnR1 Calgary SATISFYING plIEF FRMUllBAGO Sloan's Liniment hns (he punch that relieves rheumatic twinges This w.irrnlh-siving, congestion- scattering circulation-srimulating rem- edy penetrates u-ilhout rubbing right lo the aching snot and bringi rjuick relfrf, surely, cleanly.- A wonderful liclp for external pains, ipr-iins. .'trains, slifTncsj, headache, lurrbago, Iiruiscs. Get your bottle little, rncans much. j-our for it by niu'.e. Keep il lonely for the ivholc family. Made in Car.adi. The big botlle is economy. Lirtirnerit KiiKs Pain 30c. 600. 51.20. ast Subscriptions in Arrears More Than Must Be n j Paid .The Paper Controller not ha wnslcri nncl .Intjmales Ibat rcjiulallons -Include unt lo MIO cffOQt Ibat: "Publishers of daily 'newspaper! sending their newt- papers three month's arrears' unless Eubscrlptlgnf be definitely -renewed and all arrears fully paid." Under these regulations the newepaptrd will have no choice m the matter of dealing with subscriptions In arrears Cor over three months. Ko If you nrc In arrears, please pay up at once in prevent o discontinuance of ynur atibflcrlpllou. Plcajo do1 not wait for :t simply -refer lo address label. Y re- from J4.90 a Year or December in m Paper. '.THE- HERALD, t j i j r i t. i r-y 'i-vZf i.; v-'-.V' All subscriptions, now cr renewal, will ho nccepled at II poikd on or hcfpro Dccomljcr 2nd. Atlcr December 2nd Iho rntc tic f-yM. ;