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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR the LETi-mrnnr.F. dailt herald SATURDAY, NOVF.isfBEU 2. 11)18 Xetbbriboc Iberalfc Xctbtorifrgc, Blbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor* and Publishers THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED 323 6th Street South, Lethbridge W. A. Buchannn President and Managing Director John Torrance -  Business Mannfcer TELEPHONES Business Office ........... Editorial Office .......... 1252 1224 Subscription Rates: delivered, per week ... delivered, per year ... by mail, per yea:- ..... Weekly, by mail. p-r year ... Weekly, by mail per year to V" Dally Daily Daily . $7 J ! .oo i Dates of e.\plr> of subscription.* appear daily on address labs'. Accept-j anee of papers .u'te.- expiration dale is � our authority to tontinuo th" i-ah-script ion | YOU MUST KEEP STEP To keep step-tt-.r t it, the f..-.t requisite fir the soldier. Great and gallant in assault, great and i grim in defence, our 'ooys in khaki, who have covered themselves rnd all Canada with such j glory, had first of all learnt to keep step. That was the foundation-stone of their training. I This war cannot altogether be won by the men in the firing-line. You, Mr. Citizen, muct do your part, too. Ydu must keep s.cp. Pield-Marshal Victory Loan, IDii. is coming to review the loyal Canadian rinks behind the men behind the guns. He must find you able to-put your best foot forward, responding on the Instar.t to the vvord of command, keeping the march unbroken - the glorious march to Victory. A united front, a united effort, a united people, (ire needed for that great march. You must not be a stragglor. ' You must not be a deserter. You must not slouch along any old %vay. You MUST KEEP STFP. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Although an arm. - v.- � been sinned between iuiy tria, the Austrian annus \i*\ lapsed beforp the Italian oitonsiv ml \et ,\u*- ' col-i- to �  utli an extent that surrender can be only a matter of a few day?. The Austrian empire It-self Is practically In the hands of revolutionists and the national Slav council have s"Ued the Austrian* navy nt I'ola The allied war council has completed ifc sst of 3.-m!-ti hav,. now bottl'-d up Valenciennes and "KEEP THE HOME FIRES BURNING" You sing very often "Keep thp Home Fires Burning," and you sing it very delightfully, but 1 am sure you think again and again while singing "Keep the Home Fires Burning" that it Is not you that keep the home fires burning. Oh. thank God, people of America, that you live in this '-.appy, in this beautiful land, so far away from the havoc and the ravages and the tragedy of war. "Keep the Home Fires Burning." Remember your home fires are burning today because myriad home fires in another nation have been put out. Your homes are free through the sacrifice of other homes In their defense; your little children arc safe and happy through the sacrifice of countless thousands of little children in other lands. 'Keep the Homc Fires Burning." Your home lires are burning in the shelter of those front lines stretching across the fields of France, the frontier of your country is not your own coast, it is this trench carved line across the fields of France. You know I have sometimes walked up and dawn those fr-_M,t line trenches in tlvi cold, rainy, inclement weather ,-.nd I have s---:p the l-.ttle fires of the lads in the line, little fire buckets, just buckets with holes knocked into them, and a handful cf coal -jr wood rr charcoai, and there they were burning and sputtering fitfully in the moisture of the fetiches. I have looked at them and thought, what pitiful fires they arc! I looked again and I s.vt,: "No. th 'y are grand fires, the grandest fires in the world, because they wen the advance guard of the fm.s of freedom the wide world over." Oh. yes, keep the home fires burning. bilVrcncmber it i> oi:y posr.iu'e for you to do this in the shelter of the life and sacrifice of ys'.ir lads in the line But, oh, how much it has cost France, that line -100 miles long? What Is the breadth cf the area of devastation? Yo:r ihioimh this (fly Rev. E. ,T. HodKhis, Pastor United Church). "Comfort ye, comfort ye my poo, pl". sallh your God," was the sustaining word of n prophet or old In tlr.e of need, and suitable for ninny a day sdnoo nnd today. A terrific world-war with its many attendant hoitowh has fitted that word into r. modern need. Afiiiin within the past few a serious epidetul;' of disea: L (Worn Our Own Correm." down to t't  i.'.vo come ' n \|s i . h'.nu: tt. th-- n "I'>e of ::oo.| has conned to Hit' Ki'im harvest of lie ,th. Some honi"' base been sinit-tin not one- hut rui-e and thrice wi'hin' a few da>s. Sorrow has p; In like a flood. Grief has cmiir to thousands from th iif ili -ease, in n ,\ , w hen Leslie, Mrs. ISo/.art. Mrs. Swailes. Mrs Hay. sr. and Mrs Hay. jr. A most e;i. joyahle time was spent by all. .Mr. and Mrs Kilpatrick spent the weekend visitIntr Mi Kllpatrick's brother at Olds Misi-.e in.m and woman should curry out, of the Rod Cross society are KettitiK th- ii.iuni I ion. "Co'-.i'o;. >o My [ieo-: ready iti order to help if we �el many pie " ()'.!.� rwis- the obligations of eases here. Kveryhody on the streets lii-othe-hon:! and hum nnti- aro dlsre- and ii. Ihe stores are faithfully obey-rai-' i| aid sordid -Iti-li:iess tri- in^ Ihe Koverninenl orders and are ti!:::>!M. The church has her proper tvearlnR their masks. It is to be hoped wee I-; of wariiini; .,nd precepts to soon the flu' will he stamped out dee!,ir-. but she also has her utinistra- and tint life will resume Its normal tie;--; of com'or'. and the former has course ;i -1 .--! P, : rvic ,1' 'r-r lad- �d at it.-tl;-df tremon- Hl in 1.1 W' the p-of tithe v. 1-st !1 ItUU :- of hn:i-i :-. Iiat-.lly ;� -I ; Yei ivh a ; eh. .rf-illv ay. it ;- till-' in- v. ;� � p.rtu:.-ii-ir ii ;iri many a;- j"!r ,s 1 Wh.-n !: I Ha; :!, v.- i v.-i!!; I V.". '.! ei i r..r t!'- !' .\"e! It ! An-1 th- ' :'it i I - f-tvnifth 'o 1--: p'--.i-int - !'! .ws 1-y like a s-ni; -:i..:i w.e>h wl lie !> ill wh-i'il -miHe . lythii.;: tm-- are doir.i; b- i'm! :-eu-ei>iinu butter at i .imfortinn peo-pi- We urn appreiaa;ini: better, for �inn.-.', the value of a child. V.'n �- t'.yii'.r; to prevcr.r wrecks on the riiv.-ny of life, and not simply brlnK-i. i:p the au.bulan-e aft'-r the crash �s come. \v.� are h-alinf: vvlfh rather than re--ults. We are noire attention to the human-it;-- ii lit-. .\tid th-re is much room for !ui(iroveiii"ni I;; this regard, i i.i-.'il is the n-i �! fee comtorting.1 Without s;.>in- aiivi;-. va:ie;is vhuvs or nhil'i A champion in the bargain line came to us yesterday fn part payment for a new Mae-on A Rlich Player Piano. IU a Plank & Co. Piano-an Instrument worthy of the money asked and we'll make good this claim to your full satisfaction. It's yours for $215 MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. LETHBRIOQE the (est showed that it was points under proof. tiiliele,- tiuve not know n .;� for the matt'-r -1 th- nr.ivity of i to >;;ve o;;.-id and s -at wi;ii -ad h , Hi a ill- i i-addi-ii-d wi'h in the mi, of 1! us can I - pay I: IH in lJ !v . with v '.j'lli th tha; -liln*'.- .vrorif. ,,'lble, - piVlse throuirh 11 ihi i \ 111 a - universal havoc, this i Ion of the nations of l-'.urop. roekinR u( the h.T.tb m-.-tr- -;' i si-narate fortr-\s.s, we are a. i;-an air of simplicity which v.-ou quit- touch;iiK if we could ini.;,: to prm eed from a more defect . about the staiaiiiiir. "Why are we not at p-. . We have .--tepp- I forwa rai.-e the (alien--:o .- i-;;i;u th pressed-: Interpn,- .,- w  ;i prostrate victim and the >Kmi i^ttli,brldRe. were business visitors m'i>'! here on Wednesday. | Work on the Victory loan campaign > lotiR since.. ^tpvteit on Monday In real Rood ear-':  field and nt,9ti and so well had the affair been  iiims of life^ orRatiized that applications for *2i-..-k-ed at n-slc^ ;,,,) on w,,r,, spn^ j, on Monday after-,1 noon's train. We understand that j Nohlefonl and Monarch will lii�v,-j to ! raise practically'lO.Oii lo put the I.ethhiidKo district over the top. While this Is u blR sum to raise considering ; the dry year, still the local commit- : tee are .putting their backs Into the '� job and will do their best, l*p to this mornlnc they have sent in applications for $.hi.l.'ii.0i). and are thus nearly half v.ay throiiKh their task. So far two families in the village have taken out bonds for nil.. Red Croaa Notes There will he no regular monthly ibout tho or business or Wednesday sewing ii- lib s of life, meetliiRs until the present han on pub-b-t it be said that the Christian view' He KatheringH Is lifted. 1.. -upieinelv th- en ai -st and most The |{-d Cross executive thoupht. it sat; �;viti!.-. This Is pi-,c-e,i from ex- best to be prepared lo meet any emer-I,-, in-, the final curt of appeal. Rency that may arise through th" pre. j I' i'tli in an iiver-iiiliioT I'rovldenco sent epidemic, so a rush order was: is a pole s-ar for life. The righteous sent to headqiiarlers for sheets, pjl- I are oi:;Kt.-.i. .lob thought the good low slips ar.d towels. | ina;. 1;mid not sufi- r However he 'i'he-e articles will be loaned to anvil -i a human body, and further he had one who may be in need of them a ri :m- '. r to form throiiKh times of through sickness. Anyone wlshlnu to :t-.-;,i.,r .'.liieh wer- f->r hi' ;'ood. help in l\\f tnakltiK of these articles And i '-day. I your sincerest In their own homes may do so by sip-Chiisnaii man i ;ot delivered from plying to Mrs. K. M. Swailes, aupl. tiniii!-. he is -ni.'n.ned in It. even as of supplies. .loh '.as. and iiia;- etioni; to endure The Ued Cross members wish It to .� come to |bim In ho known that arranKenients nre be- ,rallv js ,uil now ,.lllh. ns lll)lK)1-t ini wellbeni!; need inp made to rentier assistance lu any liaease and th�tacy it Ih well that wo betake thrown by ihe hundred members of ; out selves to the "WdVil of Qod to learn Victory LodRe. Sons of Kniiland. tho ; the truo nature, neconslty and results of (lie atonement. 1. Tho nature of the atonement.' It is impossible by man. See Psalm �PJ. 7. Comp. Koniiivia 3. it must bo Klven to Ood. See I'salm 4'J. 7. Comp. Huh.. 0/14. II ninsl be by blood. L,ov. 17. 11. 1 Cel. 1. 1!>. No amount of good works can Mono, RomaiiK :!. ^0. The necessity of the atonc- nient. To "Cover" or put away sin. Heb. fl. 2d To prnvldo a "Jrorry-soat" or nicet-init place between Ood and man. Exodus "R, ^1 22. Comp. Itom. 3, 25. remains of the late Dr. Jessoj), M.P.I wore laid to rest In Victoria I.tiwn Cemetery, St. Catherine*. Cnboui'K ivports Ihe death of William Charles Mutton, S7 His imssint: has removed one of ihe town's oldest residents, who had die honor of driv-inR his late Majesty KiiiK Kdwnrd upon the occasion of th" latter'.; visit to Cobonic, In lSild as Prince of Wales. Kepoils from the lumber camps in the vicinity of !.a Tmiue. tine, are to the effect ilml influenza has broken out there anions horses The animals are suld to cough t'outltiiiallv, llielr . ,., . , .... . . , ., ,,. , nostrils run. most et ihoso affect- 11,1,1 ��;� ,>n J�Ht In JuBtlfylnK e,l die ii, a tew days fro,,, what Is;"'' !l"lul(tinK a CMnroRHmlly Kullly thought to be congestion of the l,,Ss. believing In Jesus. Horn. .l:2fc. Thai sinners, being justified by IIIr , While on l,ls wav hack from si. blood. Uoui. 5:'J. may have continual John's. N.11., Itev. Knui.'is CorrUai,. 1 ��'i'e.-is Into His Holy Presence In CS.SK. one "f ll,e' most promlsiiik'' k'irt"p �r ",0 on,*� offereil Bacrltle.c, voung priests of the liedemptorist Or- I ,0. K'--"- der of Canada, while giving his Her-I :! '''l"' Hestilts of the Atonement, vices to the influenza victims in Mont 'he principle or condition or real contracted the illness and died *"lt�' '�t whl(;l> *n mankind are born � from pneumonia. I onto. _ th i ! th expel t-d ' on- r.ih.h !u yt!;!np. has It e|l l.s.aa, tl w-l!'' Ha it anv- il t u.;ii have surrounded a large tjerruan force 'llie allied drive In P'anders is mak-liiK rapid progress CANNING'S ATTITUDE TOWARDS NAPOLEON Tnu Winnipeg Kr�-e Pre-,., i-that among Hritish ^tatesmLn alls few Aptly as Canning--, .b-n'-i-i- tation of a false, short-sighted ;n; I we.iK-fuieod pacifism fitted its fxpondits .n to.s day and circumstances, no.v .nueh more cogently does it. not .ipp->- to the present situ..turn ' The nlva:i-o of man'idad in the arts an I sch-u.-n has lent to the machination' of the a menace ii r have u higher reputation in tin, sphere Kaiser and his henchmen of foreign politics than Georg" Can- -ii...ny tim�-s more subtle and dam-i-: nlng. the eloquent follower of Put and 0us than that of Napoleon at th himself foreign minister during the !,ejPiit 0f his military prowe*-. live years preceding his death in---- 1S27. Canning Identified himself and Uritain with the movements in l-hir-op& which lent countenance, it not I . . th; Mi-It i; 11... i not ! �� !i ..isr p "Holy Fa .I, or i; He.r i.n;- . i-:.-e|> ,cir love '-'Hi, , 'X. a Hi Thv .le'us, SaViiel! l:- th.-ir ; Ke-p. o ;.,,.p i I' fi that has i an ici! he - ; ,-y ing \ -ru-s ' hv .!a> before God's I! � whatevi r trial th" ile-h. Sp not be affe, [� .j |, .-ha.low- of d,- lii-Hl; i Komi 1,1:!) ' I JOHN HAH, j Thirteenth Stroot Xorth. nil-, to lllii,, ha Thv m�rcy oii-  )ir,n i.-r nil.--, in tti.-ir w lo i . bum ii. I ha '. e lak-n lu,' 1 l Tuv pr--'-tie .:nl g ,,,| i Hi their 1'ioa kr. �I , out- actual suppirt, to various nationalities struggling to escape oppression and to breathe the air of in depend-i-tice. Despite his essentially liberal views, however, he never hesitated in his support of-the policy of persistent oppufiUon to the ambitions and military power of Xapqhon llona-parte, lu 1M;\ durit'..-: �-l�.-t(o,j c' Imagination can conceive, or that1'1 was hlBh ,|!"L- thllt iU1 l':ni:ii.-h-human genius can bo called upon to ! speaking country like Canada, put all disentangle'.' . . In what a state of j ,.ncmy alien newspapers on th.- ,p the world is it that these gentlemen 1, , . x, ,, . ., | heap and made Kngllsh the paramount Arms," had b. hour.! night Cain.- on very very wen --il a".swei,'d Tl,, inn d the ,,earner r.nil That little id.-tit ih. book "Tl..- Hto l-nt in ,-al 1'iis ,o us, T;je in an oim-i.-d and bit King in,-o Mans Land anil at lid He was so we. , ,o I'lie stars g,, hi::: in, pel I in ha lily. There was no sympathy then- He had n"i'-r felt in his civil Iif- the reality o: God. Vet a* In- looked up than.' was; that, in hi,-. In- felt which was not in those, hlars. unless ah. unless it -.'.us ml everything. "God," he whispered. "God: everywhere." No longer alone, God1 will, him. And th-n to hiu, i ami: a' new moaning to those words "I'uder-j neatli are the i.-verlanting urnis." II'M was cheered. Hi- was comforted. i point is rendered Ulil'lioo. It I.I u he people, he dispense,k of  t a- i asl off selfishness I i)!'K ourselvc-i to the  I v..ok of st, eiigthetiing I i and hearts pbntv of opportunity for '-void. i  oui . o,omit iho lolly of is i.o place for prayer, if v a i "quest was sent out tor :,!l '" pans,- for a rial"'! minute '-.' pi.i no e.n-ii ,|av. .SoiiiH .street in halted lot ii At any rale don't lorgi-i I,, ,,(.-.v for doctors and nurses and oth-r- who have grappled with .lis.alee.,I ,i. it, these days --i.ianv .oui of whom have laid down their lives in ( the a like - (.i: 11 will, i|mis� of our heroes nnd h-io>i,. uiiu li.ive died for lib-, eiiy nn iho ii.ittle'ielrts of I'iiiropn. us |ii;,v for all our brother men.' *'''�* Allan Howsfleld. stepmother of l.e' in pin that the comfort of God!11"11 "I'Yault Oliver, K.dmo'iton. died who comfotteth us In our affliction 1 �t linn,,j,ton. Out. liiaV be cue'l Ii.- ||,o |it>(l|)|il, Ulltl tllilt th-re may P.- a tuniliig unto Him. Hon. T. W. Crothers.* minister of labor, has received word from Chan- ! I man Decaroy, of the ndtiiiuisfrally ', committee of the city of Montreal that , the committee will consent lo (he do-'maud of certain civic employees, Including llie waler works employees, '.for Iho appointment of a hoard of con | jciliaiion io deal with tlielivgrievances. I j The application for a board was made' j by the employees, but the minister | had no power to nominate one without Ihe consent of both parties to the dispute. ! Total of influenza in Montreal since Oct. 1 number 11 Jl.'il. with ;i,42,r, deaths. At I-rfimlon. Out . Mrs. Patrick Phillips. :,l. a widow, full down stairs and j was killed. I Compulsory wealing of influenza masks has been decided on in San Francisco. I>r. II. A. Harvey died at Kiiuiloups. from pneumonia He was a native of Sawyerville, CJpe. Consideration in being giieo in lios-ton to a proposal to close stores tor an hour at noon. A MESSAGc.  : > * t : : V! 'It is the blood that inaketli nil j atonement for the soul." Lev. 17,11 "The Precious Hlou.l of Christ, aa| Two Waitresses Wanted AT ONCE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL d at if. this war hi. WANT 10 BE A PART OF FRANCE Washington. Nov. 1 -V-Delegates of IS made us ' rominissmti:, i ep, useii/ing Iho Alsni'o- Secretary of War Daniels urges .Michigan voters to support Henry Ford for the U. S. Senate. j Oswald Kerr, auditor for the Kooten-[ay and Okanagan divisions of the C. i P.IL, died at Hevelstoke. | Women conductors on tho Cleveland 'Street Kail way aro appealing against tho order for their removal. Frank J. Gould, youngest son of tho Into Jay Gould, has stalled divorce proceedings against*his wife. taik of peace, and ot themselves as tho lovers of peace, Just as calmly as if it wore only a mere question of taste and fancy; as if to choose were to have and to have were- Becurely to njoy! TUe storm Is abroad. For purposes inscrutable to us, tt has pleased Providence to let loose upon mankind a courge of nations, who carries death and devastation into the remotest earners of the earth. Hut, amidst this language in every school in the country. It will he better lor every native born Gorman, ued every , iiizen of German descent in this country, to have the German press and the German languagaytbllterated In Canada. The sooner they forget about Germany and tho German language the better for them. All y. realize the ^owr of pray, r; if this Lorraine;,; m Switzerland declared In war h::s mad- mankind realize the formal 11 solutions adopted at a went nearness of the eternal Father; i( meeting at Hern.- that the needy pop-j The U.S. Senate took oft all the this war has bee,, the means of draw-� illations of provinces "do not,! increaso which tlie House of Hepre-eves away fiom ihe temporal wish now any more than they did 50 j senlatlves had recommended in tho eternal things of life, the,, i years ago to belong to the confederal-1 tax on whiskey. If ii". suffering, all aacrifice, all j ion and making use of Iho right of' ;,ll .adnoss as w�dl as amidst1 free disposal, they demand tho pure we can look up with smiles, j and simple n-joinlug of Alsace-Lorraine to France." Tne resolutions which have been received in Washington by cable denounce us inadequate the new reform measures which the German government h;o. instituted in Alsace-Lorraine, declaring I hat even "the more liberal among ijie members of the new mill-jiaUy an mil worihy^if consideration. ini; inii-to the ami l.,t .-":! row, ail jit.', oil o'i".v ihe Lord':: be of gnoil cheer." a re bridges to cross command "Sou Ther way is long. Hut a purpose in Iif l.i roiig. Keep e'er ot. you- lijm i'-I'IF. , Look eaj,, viy hoy,'look UT.. ,nd Ihe will make you u cheerful It. Mc.Cdung, Wooll'oid, on information laid by the A I'.l'., appeared before Justice Murker, at Cardston, on the charge of niiiniifacturiiiK alcohol. He was found guilty and fined $200.00. Guelph pnllco raided a home occupied by Frank Lai lore and his wife, both Italians, nnd found two liquor stills In full opera! Ion. Lull ore claimed he was only making grape wine, but NOTICE TO SOLDIERS ON HARVEST LEAVE. Attention is directed to a recent announcement published m the Press by the Military Service Branch, Department of Justice, regarding extensions to be granted to men EXEMPTED AS FARMERS. It is pointed out that this DOES NOT in any way AFFECT MEN WHO HAVE BEEN ORDERED BY the REGISTRAR TO REPORT to Depot Battalion* and who have thereafter received leave of absence from the Military Authorities. ' Once a man has been ordered to' report for duty by the Reg'iBtrar he leaves the jurisdiction of the Registrar and comes under that of the Department of Militia and Defence, and 18 to be considered as a soldier. This applies to men of the 20 to 22 IClass who have been ordered to report by the Registrar in virtue of the cancellation of exemptions by Order-in-Council of the 20th April last, as well as to those ordered to report in the usual way on refusal of claim for exemption, or on expiration of exemption granted. All men, accordingly, who have been ordered to report, and arc therefore SOLDIERS, and who have subsequently been granted harvest leave by the military authorities, MUST, NOTWITHSTANDING THE NOTICE above REFERRED TO, REPORT ON THE expiration OF THAT LEAVE, unless they are notified to the contrary by their Commanding Officer or by general notice published by the Department of Militia unci Defence. / DEPARTMENT OF MILITIA AND f|fj|fi$f. ;