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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETftBRTbCE DAILY en ....." � DAILV AND, WEEKLY ^ Proprhton Mnd Piibllahera ,THE LCTHBRIDaEHERAUD PRINT- S29 0tf> Street .South, Ltthbi^ijii^A, W. A. Buehanun v President and Managing:'IMi%c| John Torranbe - - Business. Mi retEpMoKfEs Butiness Office .......... Editorial Office ...... 1252 1224 Subscription Rates: Sally; delivered, per week ...... .li iiany, delivered, per year ......$7.6i Daily, by. mall, per year ........J4.00 'Weekly; by mall, per year......$1.60 Wefekly, by mall, pev- year to TJ.S..?2.00 Dntes of e?plry of subscriptions appear dally-on addrejias label. Aocept-snce btJiapRrs aftgn expiration date Is ti�r j^nOiority to , continue tbe sub- ") . . ' ; scrljiHon. "THOU JI^ST" AND 'n CAN" �, ''So nl)kh IS'Orandeur to our dust, So tiSar'Is'Cifid to man, When^' Duty whispers low., 'Thou ;'Aiist;'' iTIfc. youth reiplles, 'I eanl'." i Hciv exactly t.V�- noble versa of Emerson'a fits our"'own noble boya, the very flower of Canadian youth, who, by the hundred thous-'arttf, have girded'^emselvea to tkte great aacrlflee^of thia war, fighting and falling that Canada ~ may .stand.' By their Invlnelbie co^irage, their Inexhaustibto spirit, their uneonqusrablft yvlll, they have rescued, and are yet reacu-(ng, freedom and oivilizatlon for �li'huinankind. And you vyho stay at heme, what , f you? With the advent of the tffS Victory Loan, Duty Is wfila-paring to you in the seif-sanm ac-cants. Just as gravely Insistent, Just aa severely awevt. With tha same calm, aimoat Praeiiiar, ten-dfrness, ahc^.Ja claiming aii.frpm yoo; aha Is bromlslns an to yoii. Yaur heart auraiy will not fall, your'handa will not hang dawn. You must, yau will, reply, "il CAN." Our aotdlera need your backing.: They need your teatimbny. Show you will withhold nothing the voice of Duty aaka. Qet ready for Victor^- Lean. -^Oet'risaify *^t)W. See' dur boya ^through to Vletory^ur boya who aald, "Wa THE LOAN The, great' hells *ri -ringing in the "sfdeiile; j ' ClUzens, what make you of tbe song? "I hear & voice that summon^ nil its people, Ii^ud aiid'��ng. 'In the name of Liberty, IVee Men who would still be free, [(Listen to the words I say: i Buy a Bond today!'" There's a starred flag swinging from >a door there, Gltisen,  what make yon of tlia sign? "A gallant lad Arho turned him to the war there Left this -for yours and mine: Tin the name of all I boar, For thjs star's _sake do your share. Would you aid the part I play! Buy a Bond today."" "Buy the Bond that, keeps men free," Ring the great bells solemnly. "Show you care for one afar," Says the star. , Cftizens, da,re jve delay? Buy a" Bond today r , . , -^Theodosia Garrison. commended Lethbridge a.s th'e proper location. An armory was built duriug the war, too. i There wab no protest trom Calgary againsJ these unwise expenditures. And then when it was progosed to move the soldiers to Ed-montpn, there-w^as such an uproar that onS cp^d not think otherwise than that CsJirary'"was a spoiled baby. can.' V THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR  BvenU jwe toUowing rapidly upon the complete snrrender of "F^irkey. Revolts are breaking out oyer all Austria asd Hungary, and already the pe^Ie and troops of Hungary have named va republic. In Austria anarchy Is rampant, and the fall of the Haps-' burgs is Imminent. An. envoy from Austria has been allowed t'o enter the Italian lines to discuss an armistice with Italian leaders. tVithfrfe passage of the Dardaa-alles now granted under the terms of armistice with Turkey, an allted fleet Is flxp^cted as soon-as poaslble-'tb, pro-1 ceed to the BJHtcik Sea tct encpudtar: the.former Rnsslan navy under cbm-^ mand of Oermans. ? ' ' The complete Isolation of^Gerniany Bov by the surrender of her allies it Is believed will brink the downfall of the Kaiser and his -leaders" in very niDJ�i^"cour�e. The'end .of the war Is sow in sight, 1^ the comment of Brit-toh ijaperB. ' THE VIEWS OF THE ONTARIO FARAtERS The, Ontario farmers object to government b^r'prder-in-council, but admit that ordeHn-council government fmny be'Mcessary In war time when things hate to be done hurriedly to meet sltnitions arising suddenly and. ftiat have to be ukndled without delay. Xhe farmers also aak that orders-in-councU should be'introduced In parliament for raUtication. There can be no exception to that idea. It might be well to remember that , the Jjntarip^ farmers strongly -protest-"ed: at the tlnie against .the order-ln-cooncU ;canceUinff exempMona, We npw find them admitting that in* exceptional circhmatancea orders-ln-c^imcU may he warranted. The oi*-der'in-cpuncii-relating to the cancel-latfott'or exemptions -was brought about by an.exceptional circumstance, the. big: German drive of last spring. Conld there be ivny. more exceptioital circam^tsnces than thattat-had to be met quickly and drastically. The government passed the order-ln-council and they went further and secured the ratltlcajtion 'ifs -Just punishment now. Ai^ ; arcty reigns'all over the dujil monarchy and the different nationalities j 1. are splitting-up Into distinct^ nations. Italy la pounding the Austrian forces '^>o hard that they are on the run. Die-i,-- aster for Austria looms everywhere, j !irh!ta fiag'snd' quits, the alllea '�aiiifng^ the terms. ' �g^-^ All'^s Europe'an rubbish Is being' thrown'into the ash heap the^e days *n;juid It Is all tSo better for Europe. CALGARY BENEFITTED BY n,WArf TIME -EXTpAVAQANCE 'lit "War time. economy In provincial af-�4^t�im--*B advoc&ted vBr. Clark's fJilN^h at Red Deer.and-foUowed up ' ivhoso death --from pneumonia at 'Winnipeg was recently reported and published passed through Fernle this week very much alive. Word has reached Chatham, Out., j tliat Rev. li. � Lee, formerly curate speiit, after which a dainty luncheon i of Christ church. there, and recently was-served. Only the relatives end ' at All Saints' church in Windsor, W a few old-time friends'of the family i to go to Adrian,' Mich., as rector of participated in the happy-attair, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Miller coming from Pincher Creek. the Episcopal church there. Major Williani Thaw, dean of Am^r^ J. Robert Adair made the largest individual subsoription to the Victory The bride and groom were-the reel-' ican aviators and'holder of the French pients of many handsome �and useful'Croix de Guerre with five palms, hais presents. We understand the young , ^ofn a'^ardedr. the American Distln-couple will reside on the Sipith farm, f�'sl>\d ^^"^""tP^^f^ "^'^ north of the town,. where 'thegood ['"o"^ hy Gen. P�rshlng. wishes of their jnany friends'-will follow them. - .-^f enS?^a^h^^ ' ^^^^^'^^^^^^ organization for tfe Victory Bond^^f"�i'�7/y ^'^^ campaign, but Itis e'xpected that i6 ^land, recently, was a graduate of Qiicn's College, Kingston, Ont, and had got his B.A. He was a member of the law staff of Wylip, Mundell and trpetor, of Moosomln, Sask, When a post office appointment was to.bo made a tew years ago it was necessary .to call a meeting of the whole Federal Patronage Committee in qrder to select a' candidate to fill the vacancy. Times have/ changed, however, and the Chief Postofflce superintendent for Canada appealed to the Sorters' Aid Commission recently for 50 tethporary letter carriers, preferably war veterans. INIMITABLE INDIVlDUALfTY Every Mason & Risch Piano is made with exculsive individuality. It is designied and produced ty master artisans and mechanics using select and highest quality materials, giving-ah original and distinctive com-ple;ti^ article^the most notable piano pro^ diuct of Canddikh endeavor. ^ V It^^;the equal |of any piano built in any \:ou>itr5^;iii the i^orld. ^ A champion In tha birgilq line >came to uayejitaj^ay li^; r part payment for a naw Mjll^Jr on A RIsch Playet.JPiwft.nit|l�..-. a Plank A Co. f lana;r:;^B.',t!v:...... atrument worthy of t|?e m^n^, ey aaked and we'iriHjU|f aVe|i thia claim to your THII lillf > 'iafaction.^ It'a ' Mn t'Ef'" RlSCH LIMltib LETHlRll!| Shouldti't j'our children have the benefit of Music that � rvfl and genuine-n^t a mere approximation ? Come and heJoTr^x^ the New Edison. No needles tb change; Plays all make* of recorda. < Easy tierms if you wish.  ; . , Assiniboia Music Dealer^' .'. .''j - ;- ���' � �l^ethbridge e PUmdgraph jvith h Soul mm ;