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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta GEFOUR THE> LETHQjlIDtjE DAILY HER ALP t-RIpAY, NOVEMBER 29, 19 l^etfobdboc Ibetalb Tf . DAILY AHO WEEKLY , ,PrOprlettfrt and PubliiKer* {THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT ING COMPANY, LIMITED i 9M- 6th Street Southt Lethbridae W. A/ Buchanan President and Managing Director 3otm Torrance - � Business ManaKor Only 26 more days Oil Cliristmas. Tlie- Brooklyn Basle "thinks that Germany's greatest �work of art is tliat final "bust"* ot the ICaiser. i.p.fflce prial Office �fELERHONES 1252 1224 Subscription Rates: y/dellrei-ed, per week----.IB ily, aaiveFei-per .yeaf ......$7.50 Daily, by mail, per year........$4.00 Weekly, by mail, per year ..----$1.50 "Weekly, by mail per year to U.S..?2.00 Now the kiddles are Claus is coming, since boys have invited him, sure Santa the Rotary The Dexter, Missouri, Statesman, puts it very well when it says that Bolshevism is merely Czarism in overalls. . �. r. ..... Peru aadCarileiliHed'ail, threatened to tight, looked,"at"the ruin in Etfrope'and apologiaed ihsXead, which was quite sensible.'; Ex-Kaiser Btn,_iopilng over the chaos in Q&rmany and� -j^iistria, can no^danht |;at^er. plenty of material for a Sew booki "WheuThieves Fall Out." New Bank Manager, a 'Returned Soldier-Champion Soldier Returns \ Dates ot expiry or subscriptions jiP-pear daily on .address "label. Accept ance" ofpajjara attW expiration date'ls tiur authority, to continue the eub-scriptlon. iLET US BE SURE.OF VVHAT-TAKES JT^S PLACE The'Regina ' tea'der, supporter of iXJnion Government in the past, says that the occasion for Union Govern' ment having passed away, Union Government should pass away with- it, and then it says: . What Canada needs and needs bad-'Jy, and must have, in the present crisis in its history is a Government pt Bctibn, a Government prepared to adopt and put into effect more radical and far^-eachJng policies than any ^tfitherto known, in this country. This means that- we must *ave a Government composed of men wholly sympa- rpYoin Our Own Corrciooriilenti CHAMPION, Alta,, Nov, 27.-Since ray last dispatches three more deaths have occurred in oUr neighborhood. Mrs. J. S. .Barrager passed away on Saturday afternooa November 23, after giving birth to a baby early the same day (still born). The deceased had been sick for two weeks with influenza and pneumonia. She was well known throughout the district, being the daugUter;ot Mr. and Mrs. M. Matlock. Th6 funeml took place at Roed Hill cemetery on Sunday afternoon in the presence ot some fifty or si.xty people. On the same day, at' 8 p.m.. Mr. "TV'lth the -flu ban off, all Lethbridge | George Hegstead passed away at the .hospital- following a bad .attack ot influenza. Mr. Hegstead had been in th� neighborhood for some two years, and had worked' for Mr. G. Rock as a carpenter. A touch of pathos was added to the itc-�when it" was known that the father i was expected on the next morning ' train. The body was embalmed by Mr. Cooper, of Lethbridge, on Sunday evening, and was taken" to his old home at* Maseau, Indiana; by his father on Monday night.' -Much credit is due to the Rock brothers should attend church Sunday on the occasion ot the national thanksgiving for the victory of the allies, it should be a memorable occasion. The city fathers are busy framing up new ways ot extracting the same .oldj taxes. "SVe- do not wonder that they preserve silence. Evidently they have learned discretion.  The Chicago Daily News remarks that ill the Teutonic powers are surrendering except Milwaukee, which has elected* Victor Berger, a pro-Ger? man, to Congress. That,was a fine subscription to the Victory Loan Jrpm Canadians at the front.;,'.Men who risk their lives and sd generously loan their monev can't ..tiietio one to another, men having'.^e treated too well when they return common aims and a.spiratloijs, men'  honestly believing in the same principles of policy, men who- can make to the homeland. up their minds )vlthout a dozen reser-j u'oover says the Huns come last vations and qualifications, men who j ^.^^^ ^j^^ ^^^1^,^ ^^^^ problems are will adopt a policy and put it mto � effect because it is sound and right, m^n who, having decided on such a poUcy, will proceed to give effect tb . It without delay and carry it through iwith "energy and vigor to a desired end; aiid persist in it until that endls Belgium, attained. In a word, Canada needs, and must bate, a Government arid administration based on conviction: and not on compromise. Union Government can;-not give Cankd% such an administre-itloit ^ Union Govermnent Wbifld In the-fnture, as in the past, be for compromise all along the line; ot necessity it would 1}e a government ot comt . proQilBe between the conflicting political, economic, and financial views' of tta;. members'. Such a Government �wlft'iitjt satisfy the Canadian people; nqr^conld It advance the national interests of Canada at this time. - True enough, much of the above," but where are the headers to carry out these fine ideas. The old jarties must be re-created and reformed; policies must be framed before the people can decid^ whether a change back to party government as we formerly fcnew It, .is desirable, , Our view is that Canada needs a courageous, progressive party, strong being dealt with. This is a great chance for Mr. Hoover to get even with the Germans for the times when they obstructed him while he was Billy Sunday would send the Kaisct to St. Helena. But why St. Helena. iWe thought Billy's favorite place for the wicked was Hell. Does he think Si. Helena is worse than Hades, or does he' really think St. Helena is real and Hell isn't. Speak up, Billy. (or advanced legislation, Uriff reform I invincible a spirit, as unwavering a that is assured, and "hot promised, and ! faith, and as kindly, an example of TOtirn of the country, In order to provId4 �pec- - lal privileges for another section. To , Jead that party we want men who are � honest'-and courageous enough to car-.- ry. ojit the' principles they advpcate. J Today, and ^ays to novae are, the moat critical In Canada's history. The - ^grut.problems to be 'Balved-must be \>:} dekit withJ'V:^,''Cahada'�,".aW ��>8t man race diisclose." Lethbridge never did a better thing than the appointment ot a reconstruction committee provided the committee gets behind the work it has set out to do "and'carries it through. The ||conetructiop of-the committee leads us to believe that they will undertake their duties seriously. and that they will not be content *ith a high-sounding" name. TheVe.'Is plenty of work for not only the committee hut the wh6le "public "of Lethbridge' to do. The faults of any government are always more apparent to the public than Its virtues. It is so with Union Government, and the fault-finders of course, most often make themselves heard. But there are many undertakings for the public good which Union Government has been able to carry through that a party government would have balked at. Remembering that, we have yet to find any great desire on the part of the mass of the, people to go back to the old party system. slderable siiccesS. .4ny old returned soldier is welcomed in Champion at any old time. We are glad to learn that Mr." An-(Sel(sj^n,',tt^, new liiifi^ager' of Uie Bank "of'Hamilton, is a returned soldier, having served in France as a lieutenant with the 43rd Highlanders, of Winnipeg. Mr. Ander-ion -�:as severely \fpunded tn th^kiiee, and unfortunately; "will be"-* permanently lame. Mr. Percy "Watson is on a visit for a few days to Saskatchewan. Mr. Horace Gill is bu�y moving to his new home.- Triend^ of. Pte. Charles Cjplwe'Il will be Vleasedjo learn that life has arrived safely- bapk-In'Ganada' after two years of military service .overseas, and Is - now visiting friends in New Bru.ns.wick. ipte', polwell.- left Calgary on December 16-aa a signaller with the 211th Battalion, and after a short training in England went to Prance, w^here he s^w. several months' service, and- was seriously wounded by shrapnel "^on November 6, 1917, during the fighting arQund. Loiia and Hill ^o. 70. He spent' 'eleven,-moHithB in hospitals Iri^ England and J"rance, and is full of praise" for the treatment received, andjtfj'the Jted Cross. '.: MrC" Atiiin'etiiy aud her daughter are "on a visit to their old home in the "Boutji;., ', � 'The fire-hall has.bepn moved over On the reservoir,, wh'ch promises to lie a great ifiiprpvement, Mr. and- .Mrs, Art. ' Joplln have moved Into, town tor the winter, .. At. a, meeting .of the school trus-j tees" held oil Tuasdijy evening ^t waJg decided to reopen,' the'.school ox\ December 9, provldiitJg the, 'llu situ-^. ation � continues ti(^., lijiprdve,. *; The church - wQli ;'TK>peri: on SuUi; day evening, "DeoeniuefcS, ati 7,30, WINNIFRED capable ""anaunsfelilish men. On^ Calgary m^jroralty^ candidatie has retired, making "it a^stralfeht figjit between Mayor Costeilcand Aid. Mar-:�hall. Will Mayor Costello make It lUfp Job? fFrnm n.n- Own Co'-festiin 60c. $1.20, Subscriptions in Arrears More TJbtuA ^Iprie'ipiontbs^^ M Be � Paid This.WeSk!;^;:v.;;v^ . The 'Government Paper Controller - fo,r Gwa^i's^ys. p{|uei-.~jna8t not ba wasted and .intimates that regulations abou^tfito ibe l�?jied .'will .Include on� to the effect,that: � � ..^^ ,v .�-.-� "Publishers of dally newspaper* must cease sending their newspapers to'subscribers three months .In arrears unless subscription* be definitely renewed and al^ arrears fully paid." Under these regulations the newspapers will have no choice in the matter of dealing with subscriptions in arrears for over three months. So it you are in arrears, please pay up at once to prevent a discontinuance of your Hubscrlption, Please do not wait for a bill-simply refer to tb� address label..... , ......... ... j, > . - f ) ( r You Sam 25 per c^^ re-mitting thi^week Subscription Rates -increase frotti $4.00 to $5.LliEHTA V / . -WJBhing to irendwniy.^^uljsciripttoiip Uie'L6th"bi*JdBd "Herald I encap*^ - f , .. ^ .which jvljl,p�y my subscrtptfdn at the rate .5f;40�_47earfira^,V,i^TpCTlOdjOt_^,^, , years. ijVBjjrB tr^uly. "ATI-T' ' .(Address , "^,?^'=^-,'^" subscriptions, new or renewal, will bo accepted at this rate wili�b^i5"oo,�'' "^^"""^ 2nd, After. Pecember 2ud, the ;