Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUft the LF/nromm-iF, hau/y hkhai^d Xctbbrioae Ibevatt Xctbbri^Blbcrtn DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor* and PUbllsh�ri THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethbridge W. A. Buchanan President and M(niacins Direetor John Torrance - - Bu?ines3 MaPiger THE LOAN TELEPHONES Business Office................ 1252 Editorial Office ............... 1224 . .15 .$7.K0 . J4.00 Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week .. Daily, delivered, per year .. Daily, by mail, per year .... Weekly, by mall, per year ......$1.50 | Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..$2.00 j Dates or expiry of subscription? appear dally on address label. Acceptance of paper? after expiration date is our authority to continue ilvi subscription. "THOU M\JST" AND "I CAN" 'So nljh is grandeur to our dust, So near is God to man. When Duty whispers low. 'Thou must.' Trlfc. youth replies, 'I can!'" How exactly th's noble verse of Emerson's fits our own noble boys, the very flower of Canadian youth, who, by the hundred thous- ' and, have girded themselves to tne great sacrifice of this war, fighting and falling that -Canada may stand. By their Invinciblo courage, their Inexhaustible spirit, their unconquerable wilt, they have rescued, and are yet rescuing, freedom and civilization for � II humankind. And you who stay at home, what ef you.' With the advent of the 1918 Victory Loan, Duty Is whispering to you In the self-san.e accents, Just as gravely Insistent, Jutt at severely tweet. With the same calm, almost oracular, tenderness, she It claiming all from you; she Is promising all to you. Your heart turely will not fall, your hands will not hang down. You mutt, you will, reply, "I CAN." Our toidiers need your backing. They need your testimony. Show you will withhold nothing the voice of Duty asks. Get ready for the Victory Loan. Get ready NOW. Cee our boys through to Victory-our boys who said, "Wi can." Th#t Rreat hells are ringing in tho steeple. Citizens, what make you of tho song? "I hear a voice that summons all its people, Lrttu! and Long. 'In the name of Liberty. Kree Men who would still be ire, Listen to the. words I say: lluy a llond tot" ay'.' " There's a starred ;'\vlw;lni; iwm a door there. Citizen, what mike you ot the sign? "A gallant lad who turned htm to tin-war there IWt this for yours and mine: 'In the name of all 1 Lear. Kor this suits sake do your share. Would you aid the part I play? lluy a liond today: " Hay the llotui that keeps men tree,'" Kinc; the great be'.is solemnly. "Show you care for one afar," Says the star. Citizens, dare we delay? lluy a Hond today: -Tlteodosia Gnrri-o::. lo j > /�y*ugyJU^� WHAT CANADIAN WOMEN HAVE DONE ^ AD.E DOING TOWlNTHEWAR,: II DEATHS PI 101 f)iCKED UP IN ASS1NG1=, !"OB THTt Pit commended I.ethbrhiEe as the proper location. An armory �a- buii; iluriuj; the war. too. There was no protest from Calgary against ta-'-e titiv.'-e .-x-penditures. And then w)iea it was proposed to move the so.diers ve Edmonton, there was such in uproar that one could not think otherwise than that Calgary was a spoiled baby. THE VIEV/S OF THE ONTARIO FARMERS The Ontario farmers object to cov- > ernment by order-iii-council, hut ad- j tni; that order-in-couih'il government I may be nece��ary in �ar time when j thing? have to be done hurriedly to meet eituatlons. arising suddenly and i | that have to bo Ifandled without delay. J The farmers also a�k that orders-in- j council should be Introduced in parlia- j ruent for ratification. Tiiere can be I no exception to that idea. I U might be well to remember that ,tho Ontario farmers strongly protest-j led at the time against the order-In-, council cancelling exempt-ions'. We ' now find them admitting that in ex- j ceptional circumstances orders-in- j council may be warranted. The or- ! der-In-council -elating to the cancel- I ! latlon of exemptions was brought I about by an exceptional \ �;. .::,!!. a ,, rv jt �:�: \vo.Mivo: ; ->;. place at ft:.. );.�m�. Mr. Mrs. ti. !', Smstb in ("r. itui-ica. when 'heir iJaticnter. Mr-h-''. Iron--, v-.v. tinite.l in' marriage to Walii-r Ani"ti .lor.es, .t'.-o ot I'htimpton. Ill" Uev. Mr. Cool, was the oi'flei tting clergy:,-, in. The' hn-Ie, who \vo�. n ho.'.a.tni: gown of white C.e.-rge-to ct'i pe u.'ii a touch of yellow, al o w>--.riug the .-ante ' white kid siipp'is thai |;,>r ii'otle'r won' on her wedding day. i:r: 1 .; beautiful bou pief of >.it.';, an-tliemum-. a:i 1 wa il ;:- ripg.. bearer. Tic 'ride .in.-itt-v. After t)i.' ii-K.sl n!':;.:t!�>V : and goo(* wi.-V-. ;m ii.fertii.il r.t-nr v. a . .�pent, aflei- whi- h a damtv Into a-1",] was served Only Cie re'.atin s :'tid a few old ti'iie friend- of C' ' f '.f.ily par-icipSted in the happy a ."air. Mr. ami Mrs. (1. A. .Milier i->:;ii:ig it �m I'iticiier Cre. k. I T!i� Pride and itroom were the recipients of many h.iud.-oiiu' and u ;efvi! pre-iT'-. We iiiv'.-rstatnl tb" ye.un:; eouide will ri'-eie on the Smith tanii. north of tb." t..e,vtt. whore the -''.id wi-hes of 'leh ;r.,itiy t'riends will follow 'lie:;:. Owing to the prev.il :\f of ir.f'u-entta it la- M.-ers dit'ticn:: to e ;;�� .in (>rgaiiizat i"ii for 'he Y;�e.-ry itoal e.unp.ih::'. b-t' if !; .-xe-'e] t'.vsi i� a lew day- li w:"i be jrj inii ;.w!nr. !lv-4'ir> 1'oh'.' !:'h;i *o ',eit Cb.atnphe.. ovr lClla Natio" lililtee moiila :ttl. The KlagK Younu' cliairinttti of the il Woman's i.itn'rty Loan coin-died at Washington of ptieu-f'ollowlriK an atiuek of influeii- O0-tol! li v sn-ho.iner Bright, sa est sailing vessel , l'uget Sound look live'water at Seat tie. masted wooden 1 to be the larg-lautiehed on Lieut \V. H. Wllllscroft. who wa killed in an aecoplnno uccldont in Kng-j ir.mt. recently, was n graduate ofj Qiicn's Colh'go. Klngslon, Out., and! had got his; B.A. lie was i\ member of | the law staff of YCylle. Muudell and 1 roetur, of Moosomln, Snsk. When a post office appointment war, to be made a few years ago it war. necessary to call a meeting of the whole Kodcrrtl Pr.tvonnge. Vommltteo in order to select a candidate to fill the vacancy. Tlmen have changed, however, and the Chief I'ostoO'ice sup erintondent for Canada appealed to the Sob/Hers' Aid Commission recently for ."0 temporary letter carriers, preferably war veterans. INIMITABLE INDIVIDUALITY Every Mason ck Risch Piano is made with exculsive individuality. It h designed and produced by master artisans and mechanics using select and highest quality materials, giving an original and distinctive completed article-the most notable piano product of Canadian endeavor. , It is the equal of any piano built in any country in the world. A champion In the bargain lino came to us yesterday In part payment for a new Mat-on & Rlsch Player Piano, Itt n Plank A Co. Piano-an Instrument worthy of the money asked and we'll mfke good this claim to your full satisfaction. It's yours for $215 MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH 8T. 8. LETHBRIDGE Harry Johnson, prominent citizen of Ald"!soi\ and active in the Nonpartisan lougii'..' i- ae.ul. With his mother ami brothers lie owned a hotel at AMerson. IVrcj; Adams. e.\ iija ;il Winnipeg wa> recently ported and puhlbh-d passed through V> rnie this week \ � r> much alive. Word litis reached Chatham. Out., that P.c\. K. .1. I.ee. tornierly curate i>! Clirist church tiiere. and recently at All Saints' church in Windsor, its to go to Adrian, Mich., as rector of (be IOplhcopal chunh there. Major William Thaw dean of American -viators and hoi Pt of the French Croix de Guerre with five palms, has been awarded the American Distinguished Service Cross with two citation- lC.en. sbitig. .1. r.obcrt Adair made the largest iiidlvidtf.l subscription to the Victory Loan at Montreal with ..:!.*o.00fl; Lord :-haiu;hnesiy Rav-. $ 17:5.0ml, and an- onther j-5.eou.im behulf of ills son. Captain the Hon. W. .1. Shaugline.ssy. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR * Kvents are following rapidly upon the complete surrender of Tnikey. Revolts are breaking out over all Aus- ranted and the demand that trla end Hungary, and already the ders-ln-eouucll should bo ratified by people and troops of Hungary have , parliament, was met in the particular named a republic. In Austria anarchy I instance of the cancellation of ex�-mp. Is rampant, and tbe fall of the Haps-11 ions. ' burgs is Imminent. An envoy from j-- What about a masquerade ball'.' tile 'op. i In .. an I if vi.tt -'. ' .i::'.; . or r.iofc ; de..;i and p-iV. up li.ir.l All the . , ;.t,;.,. Cros-- Iif.meh. ;n i;... ri.>,ed d.ewti ;:.!:'. Mr. r.ti i Mr-, ihther-to.vn i.em'.etr-tf'.y on M ,lrr>tUl !lwav wltU t-ced to the Black Sea to encounter L pun(,h from a[. ^-^.^u^^a vic-the former Itnsalan navy under com- ,ory i^oa3. tnand of Germans. I _ The complete isolation ot Germany 1 Don't blame tho '(In on the climate. no8 crown, bouih blighted revolution l�h papers. Ilst wl" *!l00t- " off 11 sun some EUROPEAN RUBBISH TO THE ASH HEAP Austria-Hungary, which was the tool of Germany In starting the war, Is i of these fine days. If every citizen dipped down in his pockets as generously proportionately as th% bootblack, Lethbridge would getting Its* just punishment now. An-j 1,11 tile million mark in tho Victory archy relgna all over the dual monarchy and the different nationalities re splitting up Into distinct nations. Italy is pounding the Austrian forces so hard that they are on tho run. Disaster for Austria looms everywhere. As Germany with Its Hecret machinations wrecked Hussia, sb� is now pull-lrg down the Hapaburgs. Good riddance to them; the .Hohenaollerns turn comes neit. TurVfey, German toll, too, holds Up the white- flag and quits, the allies naming the terms. All" thu European rubblah Is being' thrown Into the ash heap tueso days and it It all the better for Europe. Loan, campaign. CALGARY BENEFITTED BY WAR TIME EXTRAVAGANCE 1 War time economy In provincial affairs, as advocated In Dr. Clark's lwech at Red Deer and followed up by tbe Calgary Albertan'a declaration that" the Dominion Government was renting offices there while Calgary customs house was half empty, recalls that Calgary has benefitted by foolish war time expenditure. Tho interior borage elevator was placed there, af-|�f viba grain, coamiisilouora bad jo- L'Aetion � Catholiquo talks of civil war tioe;iUfl(i an Irish 'Catholic, instead of a f-'rencb Catholic, has been made Lieutenant-Governor of Quebec. However, wo don't find It protesting because a Kronen-Canadian Catholic RUceeodB an Irish Catholic on tho supremo court. Quebec has no reason to bo aggrioved. While it has an Irish governor, there �ro now two French-Canadians in the supremo court bench, whore formerly thero had only been one. Why Insult tho memory of Napoleon by talking of St. Helena as a placo of oxilo for the Kulser. Napoleon was a great military genius, something of a gentleman, and not an unfair enomy. Tho proper placo for the Kalsor to spend tho b.ilance of his lifo 1b in a cage in Kiugllng liros.' menagerie. --Slmcoo Reformer. Why not commit him to live tho rest of hia daya with tho Sultan or to voyage around tho world In a submarine without o periscope or a torpedo, or to do bis touring in a (auk or to ar.o'li-'r ('.rf-t.ti tr.�e�>,r ! ;' \ , '-;. '!'!; announce th,.". tb.- � that has l-s- t' come \n is !> ia-t ft;: :.; - | l>, i'..rr i;.-if;.t h-Un Mrs. W. rirb-1; :-:i-i lit" two f tniia of 1 Heed, jut ef to.en. In it.-1 .i'ue. ; I'.iiiise, 'wo f.vi> women an! two - children are v. rv yick The holies of ' ib.e church. i i'ro-s am! ota'-rs, have organized to la'-.e neci-.-ary f,,r two peo-| pie to be a' tie- llee 1 h'eeo |;:.-> � time. To tite.-t a-y e'a'-rTf:tei.-: tile new' scitool -.vill h- :t H, ... ;, j-pj-al. j Or. aii-1 Mr- T.Cbo- ;.-e working j ami day to keep t.. epa! -mle i-.ndeY control. Two death: frn.-n tin1 l;lj> i; �� 1 �� �: .!; da> ! 'I'll- fir-!, Mr. I'e'i r Wil/ani !!ah-ue. j vv'.so for .-ome :.!--r.!hs it:-.- worK'-d , for Mr. W. S'oaiie. died oa .'ur.-'.t.y and j -.v.r' tm!-:.� I o.i M : I'lnt-ii-ba. I Little is i-.no'.va of the d'.....tH-il, otU> ;,�,-.. r.svl Ut Cat Let'8 ' nanio lehae -.ale l'aliin-k The .-f.,..,! wis I:"i-- Kenneth liar-' old Carl - on. -�:-� t of tow a. I !� -II- d on Monday at'i-r an liine s i.f imi; fo.ir I days, and was l-iirii I at l|e.--l Hill on j Tuesday aftr-raoon Ma-' of -he home, j Serve your sick neighbors. Keep yuur mouth an'l throat clean. Wear your | mask, liny Victory 1'ondn. And tliu preacher says, "Smoke all you etui." REDUCE COST Vj'inuipog, Oct. HI.-Owing to a decline in tbe cost of flour sacks tho various milling companies announce a reduction of lo cents u barrel to tho trade and n reduction is also announced oV ^n cents u barrel lo bakoru WSj1-iuB,iu cur lota. ____ The F'aoifie Telephone and Tele-i.-t-'tdi I'-.-mp iny >'. San Krancts-o lins .�Iced fo an inith' diatc avage incrcas-) for -.vim- ti up -p.-tors throughout lb" it'll- .iitrisdb inm In order to stem -i;e v. ho!" al" (jaittitig of operators. A mi'.ktti- ti's war Is on at Chatham, Out., where four dairy firms I, ivi- hrok- n rwr.y from the bn-al eombine ."-tin are retailing milk at nine and ton Kataii-ti l-^dly, daughter ot Thomas lv !lv. . --n'ractor of WTtmipeg, di-'d in .\'. v. York, followlnf; an attack of Spaa: ii infi-ienza. She wire at-t-'iiilltig olb-g.'- in tbe metropolis. Mr. and .Mrs. K- lly :.rc in New Vork. This Is the third member of bis family Mr. K- lly has !n--t recently. The sl-am hip War .loy, the, tl,f,(iO ton steel cargo steamer, was launch-t'voni tiie shipyard? of tho Canadian Vh-kers Mmit-'nl nt Montreal. With tbe compbti-m of this vessel, tho ('uiad'Mi \'lrl;ers ctouipillty will now cnreiiirate r-ntin-ly on cargo vessels for lb-- � Sip; oil . \ ,>,- j/ino income. Ills In-' come In l'.-17 wan llbuU* J-'.,,J,t)iti).l!PO. ! He paid incomes taxr-s of ne.ary ?ln.-iiad.ntiii, leaving him about %1 (lUii.mui int. He has subscribed tG.uitU.'JOO to tli- Pourtb Liberty Loan, 'i'liis woul-.l leave, him with ?U,U00,000, but it is known al a> thai ho has given liberally to till war work--probably all of tho *3,'i'm.