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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAY, DKCKMHER -1, Tim UCT i-AGE SIJVGtf Suid tu Have. Died of 'Flu on Homt- ward MOXTIKJAU Dec. In rarmeclloii with Mia voyage o( Ihe second uuk battalion and u number ol men trom ilio Montrcul Hal- tery, who salted ou hoard tlie "Quetin are helnfi siried toere 'by officers front military liefliViqarlera Ottawa. Men who luve laXon Hie trip anil silico relumed slilo tlinL tlic en wcro shipped during Die Indu- za epidemic anil iiiat during Ilic yege lio fewer tlian three oCilccra d iJ5 wen illffl during HID trip, iind at the lower uecku were converled ti? K boEvllaj. ivlUi IfiO cajeB, while 0 rust ot the relugcil to eleeii ero for tear vHh n cargo o[ apples, limibcr and Clour, Balled today for the United King- dom. Tim' sails on De- cember 8, ami among lier passengers will be Sir Tbomna SJiaugbnessy. HOVV.MAHY IN.THE JAR? 1 la-glvlnE away a J100.00 Victory Bontl iar the neiWst.'cBiimale. 1 NEW BELGIAN ORDER j PARIS. Dec. Albert of Belgium Intends to" create a uevr military'order, (o be known the Order of tho__Yser, Ihe Echo ile Paris says. The first ..man to h decorated .with Llie ucn- order will IJ Marshal Foch. Ucc- j.-Thc UIHS government lias refused lo admli Hussian Foldic-rs v.lm aecn prisoners In Germany, and lias i turned them hack ai Irtinttcr, according to a UerJin dl.spati'h to lite! Exchanga Teleeriiph Company, under j date of ynuday. Tlie Incident is serious for Gerniany ho cause or tlio necessity of feeding ihese men. Il IK reporteil thai tlin IlussJan pris- oners have fitted four ships at Danzig, West Prussia, which the BNUfili Red Cross had from the Germans. for ilic purpose o[ OR (hem for prison or J. very sugEoations and mental linpros- sions which they am KO cai'ctully ail- inontsncd lo avoU elsowhfiru, Tho lyovlng' (litinrc theatres IhrouyhuuL (lie country aio jircsont- tu the people cblelly films of a II is rarely sickncas, aoO vtleaiih lalio an Inveoiory of mtr wealth and flBcertaln ou which eed t aoytlijne ol or holpful Women and a character i3 frumcent The Aeoltim- Vocation THE WONDERFUL NEW MUSICAL TOE GREATER PHONOGRAPH FOR A MERRIER CHRISTMAS THE AEOUAN-VOCAUON ii Ae firil initiumeel coniUuclcd upon the priociple. Ii diNeiept finer more wonieiful trwn irrj rjlriei lailru-' witnl ol ill kind you Have ever If you like TOO I muiic, lite jKifc.-t i Tcproduclloni by the xilj.lhiiU you like. irie ot ftie fiekt who "given their kil Ifr iA..- If :t me ppealing violin thtt j-Aur picfcrcRCC, or the trerneadaui cKoTua of A lone, true lo llir. delicate and qua-Kliei of tvfj voice will no plioi.ogrjpti miiiic Scielofote could When you htif iKe Vocalion you ivill hear ihr ccliievcmenl in lone reproduction; you will appreciate ihc KigKly developed nT lhat woild'c muiic houie hai been able lo ewploy in grekter pKpnograpK. The ricSnCM o[ iKix beautiful phonognpK will imprevi upon you the meting of a fine 11 a liifc for arliilic itjll and never pMiibIc of accompliaKmenl byihe or iciCRliit iloBe. And you btrc tried the you hafe played your Inrorilc modulatin} lone. Tailing each M you choxtic, Witk thii mntiVable device will realize lhat thij feature ftlone grants ifie Vociliorl A ditlinction and capacity [or musical plenuic- giving unequalled by any other intffuntenl of (he pliOricgiiph tvpe. prices 569 to 5J25 (51 W arrl up the WILLIS PIANO CO, H. C. C. SALMON, MANAGER HULL BLOCK dreu throng lliese theatres In great numbers. )f really believe llial the balaafc, "As n thUikelli1 so Is lie." Tlio liiimau body togelber wltli all its functions aro products of Ibo mind. "An we tbtnk BO we are." Should our iboughts tuen not dwell on Ufa Instead of ucuth; oh do- inlnJoji over evil Instead subjec- tion ilierelo? -Think rlyht instead of wrong; good .instead of bftd; heaUL Instead of faith and hojm .ct ub Ufcailjs day thnt the armljllce signed In Europe, .On. hearing good Lewa ihe populace the there Is anything In the Idea pre- sented lo iie.roniiiriesi ago thai "as'lnBtead of despair. "Ae-.a n tuan IhiokeLh LO (s ho" (t should tlilnkclli so Is he.' not be iliiflcuH tn uglcrmf'ic wlial The city of Seattle was lailen isiili our future'inlgbt'IJD. Do wo milJy: ihe 'flu ejiitlenilo, and Ihn authorllies elieve'moro In. life Hi an we do In'had reported large number of remedy. city torgot the ban that was held ovei1 w, and celebrated tie event In n manner suited to the occasion and ibal the dawn of peace waa ui. haml. The clay the 'flu bat] was declared off; churches, tliealres and olber public places yens filled to the limit. Courage, unpo and optimism prevailed among the people. II has been difficult Indeed to (ind the nanie "Ilu1' In 'any of ttie Seattle papers since that tfrao, aave In conneclloa with the EO'Called patented do not People's Forum must bear Ujpj: sifinat wriicrs. be ad ins of tba TRIBUTE :TO THE U. S. Ktlitor Lclhfarldge-Herald; reply to a note in Hie Her 'aid's Issue entitled "Uu- :le Sam Pays as a Drliish orn American 1 am sorry to Lear an napprcciatlve Ihe yart o[ onie people lo beiltlja-ibo el fort made y tlie yeoide or th6 American govcrn- eut Iu late 'struggle tor WorM's It apyear to oinhion mlnfl Ilka 'iny own that the eal Issue at tlie'commencement ol the 'worlil's commercial upremacy between nations, ut wlieu developed into n ar between autocracy aud tleniocrac> len (he United Stales Kent into the whole-hearLu'dly, collectively ant ndivldually, ami wliHe they arc no oklng Ibe lionor 'or dellverini; th olor pleius blow lo the bun at the ame lime in ray- modest judgmen hey made a mighty.good atah Rt tin anie Hun, .'r-.i'hls.tinie I voujd say all lionoi o tlie American nation for gc'tllriK in o the'war to help save tlie cause. I would say thai ..the. maJorUy ngllsljmen here in Canada have wrong concopliiMi ot the spirit ol tlicl 3rlcaa cousins across ihe line. A resident of the Stales for 2C year Ihlnk'l am alOc, to judge the siriri if the peopln over thero and 1 iay "there Is no blUertess ot spirl igalnsL Englishmen Tor past troubles mt Would say personally I have bcei lonpred time and again tor being a: Nshmau, so I would say. bury tli latcLet and let Ihe Anglo-Saxon rnc unite for a belter '-world tn live Ir In conclusion Tvovjrt that Hi American nation leads the world Iberty, truth and' juslice, and I be IBVC wc-voiifd have a better world all nations would follow her cvoii cur beloved 'Canada voSId tl well Lo follow more closely In he wake. .Thanking you, Mr. for yoi i-alnable space in the Herald. EDMUND THE EPIDEMIC v Vancouver, Xov, 29, 191S. Editor, J.cthbrldge Herald: I set by Ihe papers thai ihe good people ot your city hare boen great sufferers from Ihe Tin epidemic, an.i that God's great ont-oj-doors has been repudiated and Us healih-giv- power denied. Sometimes one wanders If by throwing orf the hor- rors of Germanism the people are not really a till enslaved and domi- nated by evils more powerful and deadly lhan that of brute force and material might. believe that ilie p.ltltml? of the public proas tf-today Is per- haps nneonscionMy a menace to the health and true progress of humanity. The rially papers acem to vtc -with qno another fn prcsenl to ihclr readers morning, noon- ii> ffrcat chiefly calamlly, dcMhs, rHglululr.ess and destrucllon, unlH one wonders If Iherc la really anything left thai living (Or. and .In Llial suln ot mind one might-also inciincd to iloiiht i If thcro is really anything in the realm ot God's kingdom thai is dylnK for. shor.ld we he FO ahoul our rhNdrtn'a vlronnicnt, guaMing ihpn) coaaUnllv 1 and carefully associations uij a vicious and dogeileralc characler. i vhen Rl the same time wo are pcr-j milting thfrlr .tender minds lo be the htrnop h.v PETER I..UND. Keep WRIGLEV'S in mind as the lonctest- lastine confection you can buy. Send it to the boys at the front. War Time Economy in Sweetmeats- a 5-cent Package of WRIGLEVS will give you several days' enjoyment: in benefit as well you it's an investment as pleasure, for it helps teeth, breath, appetite, digestion, CHEW IT AFTER EVERY MEAL The Flavour Lasts HllllHBil! llllllllllE ;