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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DATL? HERALD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1918 Xetbbfibge Ifoeralfc Xetbbrt&fle, Blbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Pf*prl�tor� and Publishers JtHK LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED ; 323 6th Strest South, Lethbrldge W. A. Buchanan President and .Managing Director 3ohn Torrance - - Business Manager TELEPHONES usinca* Office ................ 12521 editorial Office 1124 Subscription Rate*: Daily, delivered, per week .,. Daily, delivered, per year ... Daily, by ninll, per year..... Weekly, by mail, per year ... Weekly, by mail, per year to I' . .15 .$7.50 .$4.00 .$1.50 .$2.00 HIS ONE CHANCE About the moat decent thing that the Gerntan Kaitci- could do in the present crisis it to place himself at the head of his armies In France, and give up his life In the conflict, as so many thousands of his oVivoted subjects are doing. Defeat and humiliation for him are inevitable. If he lives he will be deservedly hated by the whole olvllired world as the chief author of the dreadful war. If he should fail while leading his troops, he would be credited with courage at least. But he is little likely to take that course.-Journal of Commerce. Dr. Brant Succumbs in Mon-tana-Glenwood Lndy Passes Away (From Our Own forrflspondann job. Dates of expiry of subscriptions tip-j pear dally, on address label. Accept-, ance of papers after expiration date is | our authority to continue the sub scription. WHAT ALL CAN DO What is there for us to do? Is there anything worth doing? Very little, compared to what they are doing and have done. Yet there are some things. We can keep a high heart. We can work as never before. We can save. We can give. We can-is this a bathos.-lend. It Is like an insult to say to a man: "Your son gave his life. Will you lend your money?" To lend instead of giving! Money instead of life! Yet in a great struggle of organized nations, such as this is, the lesser thing Is as necessary as the greater. Those of whom we think night and day have done the greater, the harder thing of the two which are necessary. Dare we fall to do the lesser, the easier thing? 'Let not cur beloved blush for us!" The existing organization and preparations would be lost and it would take months to start anew. N"o�" is the time to finish the The harder it is to do. the hardo should work to do it. Tomorrow has been fixed as a big day of the campaign. 'We can make it the biggest day if we concentrate and consecrate our entire time to the cause. Obstacles may seem too difficult to overcome, hut we can overcome them by jumping into the fray and cleaning up the job that is set before us. W. U. Wentlakc. Whitby man, died from influenza. * dors and Instructions issued. They THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Austria has signed the Italian terms ] es, and unnecessary in others lor an ar nlstice which comes into ef-jihat is only individual opinion. I FIGHTING THE j INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC ; the influenza epidemic is real epidemic, it is urgently requested that ittml serious we all now realize. When ",! stores.ed will accept this notice .' , ,. . . . I tltr.ttss-ii vutir vaiued columns and act ithe dtsease began >n the east, pron-1 v, ably we were inclined to console our-, Ancther Card�tor 8oy Wounded 1 selves with the thought that it wo.tid ,y ,vir(, ,,at0(l ,,, ,.,lh uU , >h, ,;,,, 'not spread all\)ver '.lie continent. Some : m. Hudson was advised front Ottawa - of us had the idea that in a dry. bright { that his son .I^s.= c had received a ptm- i climat- like Alberta we would be im-! fhl,t wo,ln'1 ,Vl th" rlch' fotV �", !he ! , ... , . ; Hth of October and that he had been jinmie from an epidemic of tlm na-l ,,,,;,,,,, I0 tfl(. Hoyn! Herbert !u,.;pi- jt'iro. jtal at Woolwich Thi- i- :h- second We now know that we are suffering ' time this young :"..'t one. \ lie ami it womd seem that the epidemic t who rr,i,le here, arc rejoicing had only really commenced. It has nut it Is no worse, been ravaging the east for many j Death of Dr. Brant weeks, and is still a serious matter' A wire from Peyser. Montana, east there. We mav still face" weeks of it ' �f Grout Fails, advised Mr. O. K, Bates In the west, no one can surmise when ot ,h* �V�t� \*- 11 pram.> in a reasonable time, but the iKrom Our Own Cori-ftSDondent. Spring Coulee, Nov. 1.-The weather is .still beautiful and tho roads good. Mr. Jesso Sherman returned yesterday after a few weeks' Illness in Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. C. If. Kellev are visit-Cnrdston. Nov. l.-The Daughters j |,p relatives here, having with them of the Kmplre are always active for jR cousin. Miss Green, our soldier boys across tho water, i 0,,. iiu.t, community was .-'ootked and few residents in this vicinitv are j tllts afternoon to learn of the �mise a war.:, of the great amount of work j at tlu, ()flit ]ioai*ttnl of 3tevbi Coba-they are doing ; tor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Coba- T-lte Hampshire Chapter at this; tor. The lltllo follow bad been ailing point are preparing bis surprises for la few weeks ago, but his symptoms tit" Christmas holiday?, and ate now j became alarming on TnesCay. Mr. revi.-itu- :'ieir lists and arranging � and V.r?. Itorbcrt K. Kelloy took the j od Stales early in November their purchases -in accordance there- J mother and her two boys' to l.clh- | _ with. \!i next of kin are retifte.-.ed to bridge Wednesday, to the hospital send hi tho names of their heroes and . where little Steve passed a why. The their i.:st address,'.,-, so that each one i parents motored to tiCthhrtil"-1 'his may be remembered. Kspecially are evening. Little Steve was six years (lie m-.mes of those who have gone ' old and had started to school in Hep-overseas this year desired by this or- I tembec. He had a peculiarly settst-gani.tation so that all receive a par-Uive disposition, and ou one occasion displayed mere courage than is usual. !?o far our citizens have escaped the influenza, excepting Mr, and Mrs. Wood, who are now convalescent. .Messrs. Mttnroe and Greenwood have moved into Mr. John Thompson's new store building, where they will con-tin to ness Tile new quarters are lighter, more commodious and better equipped business Mrs, secre-U the eel for holiday lime. Addresses may be left with Kellook. Miss Hamilton or the tary. Miss Maggie Thompson. T'n'ion Hank. " Many letters of appreciation have .been received by the 1. O. IV K\ organisation from the recipients of their 0 kindly remembrances during the past year. As no public announcements James P. .Maclean, RoHsland's chief of police, died from influenza. Rev. D. L. Gordon, of Cobalt, has been called to Agluconrt Prosbyterinn church. Women employed on street cars in the state of Washington are prohibited (rem working after 5 p.m. Tobacco, cigars and cigarettes aro likely to increase in price in the I'ntt- l.ieut. Ian R. MacKenzie. accountant for the ^Hudson's Bay company, Winnipeg, has ti��n killed In action. At Winnipeg little Barbara Grey, aged six. was crushed to death by a packing case which fell npon her bfti^i. K. C. Dunn, one of tho loaders in the state senate and prominent for years in Republican politics in Minnesota, in dead. W. II. .McWilliams. grain man and In the genera) merchautlise bnsi- ; ex-Mayor T. It. Heaeou, ot Winnipeg. each subscribed $ltm.O00 to the Victory Loan. can bo made because ot the prevailing for post office work and service generally. Mr. and Mrs. Stucky left yesterday for San Diego. We are sorry to lose them, but wish them prosperity in their new home. Restrictions ou the manufacture of t'ltrnittiro, elimination of new patterns, and curtailment of existing patterns, have been announced bv the U-.S. War Trade Hoard. THE LATE MRS. LOWE (T'ontributed.) Spanish 'Flu claimed its tit tint In the Cardston dlstri M Ixmdon manufacturers will be asked to run their factories on day-; light saving hours during the coming winter as a measure of combating  j the lludro electric power shortage. Oct. 2S. | __ Anyone Can Play Thiii Piano No matter how unexpectedly company may drop in, you will always have a delightful means of entertainment if you have a Mason,& Risch Player Piano. With It In your home, every member ot jour family can play any class of music-opera, dance, popular, the old or tho new .war pieces. You can Blng tho Bongs you llko host and play your own accompanimeuts. Conic in and hear this marvellous instrument - try it yourself - play Rome of tko latest musical Jilts. A champion in the bargain tine came to us ystlterday In part payment for a new Ma�-on & niach Player Piano. Ita a Plank A Co. Piano-an Instrument worthy at the men-ey asked and we'll make go*4 this claim to yaur full �at-iafaction. It's yours for $215 MASON & BALMORAL BLOCK RISCH LIMITED FIFTH ST. �. LETHtRIOQC freight Bhed foreman. ; may seem ridiculous in some instanc- but The feet todfty. The terms, which are believed very strict, vitt be announced Tuesday, The Italian forces have occupied TriMt, the Austrian port on the Adriatic, trmldst groat enthusiasm of the population. The Serbians htive re-entered their old capital. Belgrade, occupied by the ! at stemming the spread of the Austro-German forces since the ear-j dernic: if we do not we may hi health authorities ar.d their orders and instructions should be heeded. We have empowered them to deal with problems of public health, and they certainly know what is best, much more than the individual citizen at any rate. It should be our earnest of. fort to meet every regulation aimed epi-the victims of our own carelessness. In- ly days of the war. Klghting is still going forward on j fluenza"s toll o' death on thi9 conti-the Italian front, and the entire front i nent has already been tremendous. It bag been advanced. J is tbc most serious epidemic that has The Germans in Franco are in rap-; visited us. To stop its advance is our Id retreat before the allied forces at'. duty, just as it was the duty of tho Valenciennes, and also In Flanders. (allied soldiers to combat the advance Farther south the Americans are ; of the enemy. Influenza is an enemy making big advances. Austrian prisoners taken Italians now number 100,000. very awkward train service from this point prevents any connection from hero until next Monday. Or.e has to take nn au'o ami go to Drowning. Montana, some fifty to sixt-y miles, to reach any Montana points in-'-i-J" of twenty-four to fenny-eight Honrs. By the present schedule one mnst go to l.ethbridge on Saturday, remain over Sunday to cat-.h Monday's train for, C.reat Falls. Such service on a line that has justified daily trains for nearly ten yeur.s. surelv rasps one's nerves and patriotism. w|i.-n i� U known too obviously that :t U merely to benefit a corpora'ion that > eu: - greater than the railway . o.itaii--ioncrs or other efficient govorstnen! means of control. Saades of ;):' Croat .lodge May-hen rbo to the torment of your suc-rc.sisorr in riffle: 'and let the people rule l.  Citizens on the streets this morning- were made aware th^t last night was Hallowe'en, and then some. Well.' it counts only once a year and let us ; therefore be thankful and petition for an all night li-'iit erviee with n few special constalib's tor a year hone -a deadly enemy. Let us fight it a? by the j determinedly and seriously as we have By the way, when -o many have ill-.fought Germany. Human life is pre- ness theso'days, would it not be a boon 'clous. Every life is wort!! saving. To !,r' ,ho have light* all : save life we must heed the advice of | those who are in authority. ,h'� .Then again, wherever possible wn ALL TOGETHER OVERCOME THE OBSTACLES The. Victory Ixian campaign year iB.surrounded by many obstacles.1 should come to the aid of the stricken The short crop in the first, place. : Scarcity ot nurses and attendants ['remakes It dlf'ticuit to reach the objec-; vents the disease being checked. A live, bat the chief drawback is the; volunteer here and there may flit a influensa epidemic. Campaign work-' gap that will hold oft the spread of ^o.^ the era have been seixed with tbe disease ! the epidemic. Many noble women are and thevorganlsation has consequently volunteering their services and nurs-auffered.; Then there aro so many j \ng Uie sick. There are others who homes' quarantined that it Is impos- j cap help also. Men can do their part. Bible to canvass in , many sections There are many tasks, big and little, more than half of the people. N'dtur-�[ tqat, we can undertake and so do ally there Is much to discourage the ! something to fight this menace to )iu-commttttte, but this must be overcome \ mAn \\tc. by increased effort on the part of the j \)Qn\ worry, don't throw up your workers nkill able to bo around. The j hands, but throw all your energies in-canvassen, with the generous aid  of 110 thfi encounter, Just as you would tho citizens, can overcome the obstacles. There should bo no waiting by the affllrteil t'r so until the ttod-,uess of Health smiles on poor human-it y unci' more. Death of Mrs. Lona Brown Word was received today of the ileaih of Mrs. i.ona Hrown of Cleji-\ woodville. The lady followed Mrs. Hale by a few hours. Mr. Lona ! Brown los' his wife only a few years daughter of the late J. M. Billingsicy. lie again married in tin* States and has not passed but a trifle over 'wo years here with the deceatscd. The prevailing popular (?) disease is tho cause of this sad event. ._____ 4_________ ,,...... ... The people of Cardston atjrt Gleuwood To that haven ot rest all deeply sympathize with him in this ; 30 rightly called home. 1 PIS. when Mrs. Hose Harker Lowe j Thomas Pastorious. a real eotate passed to the Great Beyond, after a dealer, paid a fine of $100 and lUO few days illness. Funeral sen-ices: costs in the Windsor police cttirt were held at the Cardston cemetery 1 when lie was convicted on a charge ot on Oct. ;">0th. where a large number of j running a gambling room, friends and relatives met to pay 'hcirj - last respect to one of their number so j Arrangements are at present being early called home. ! made by the sales branch of the On- In the passing of Mrs. I.owe earth j tarlo government fisheries department loses not an ordinary character. While j to lay in a stock of fresh-water fish quiet and unassuming, site possessed to supply the market during the win-marked traits of character, foremost j tor months, among them wan her true friendship, 'once your friend, always your friend' can casi'y b0 applied to her life. Her loving and untiring devotion to her beloved friend MIsh Lulu N'eilson was ;i porfec t example of what true friendship really meant. .Mrs. Lowe was born at Cardston and ha� lived practically all hrr life there, having gained her public school education In the Cardston schools, she , later attended the I, l). S. l'uive;sity ' in Sa'.t l.ahe City. Utah. Though nev-' or having engaged In teaching, she was a borr. teacher, being of a firm decisive nature, she was also an ex-cl'.ent (les.iplinarian. She. was kintl to an I considerate 0' children. >ct possessed wonderful tact with them, having them always sahmissive to her will. She was a (lever business woman, portraying marked ability in that grippe line, through this same ability and' - ; her untiring efforts the first prize in! Wilfred A. Kbbs. ;t son of William th.- big Herald contest was won three Kbbs. of Nelson, wus drowned when different times. hhn naval patrol steamer Galiano. on Mrs. l.owe was married on May LM. which he was able seaman, foundered 191S, to Mr. Robert I!. Lowe, well and ; off the Cape of St. James. Ileforo unfavorably known in that vicinity, to-Misting with naval forces. Kbits wa� art gether with her young husband and a : employeu at tho Nelson City hall, liar-host of friends, she leaves a loving i old Mercer, of Michel, w,ik another father and mother, sisters and broth- j victim, erfe. . ! - I The death of Gel. II. I'ratt took I place, front pneumonia, at tho Medl-jclne Hut General Hospital*.on Wed-I neailay, last. The deceased was a re-| turned veteran, having gone overseas ; with the 17f>th. Since his return he , has been noting us clerk to the C.I'.II. Among IJrantford deaths from the influenza are Miss Helen Stuart of Hamilton, who for seven years was henrt nurse there of the Victorian Order of Nurses; Fred Johnston, an expert nt tbe Verity I'low Works, and well known member of the ferity baseball team, and Miss Hargrcaves. teacher at the Ileilvlew school. Sergt. Walter Davles, a returned ' Soldier who had just resumed Ills former occupation us a th P. it i freight, brakemau at Chaplcau. met 1 with sudden death near Ilamsay sia-; tlon. ; A weighty warning to atiloists not to attempt lo pass standing street 1 cars was handed out In the Toroni �.uo0; Mutual Lire. Insurance' Co. $:l,00U,()00: Huron & Krie Mortgage corporation. lO.oyo.Oon; Mnnufactur- j Winnipeg Piano Co., 110,000 ors' Life, $2,000,000; Steel Company of Cnnada. $2,000,000; Imperial Ufa, II.--50,000; Confederation Ufa, 11,250,000. North American Life. $1,000,000; T. lCttton company, $1,000,000; City or Toronto, $1,000,000. ' Among the large aubfcrlptione at Winnipeg to tho Victory Lo*n are: ,f. H. Ashdowti, $200,000; A, a. Mc-N'lehol. $130,000; W. P. Rlloy, $76,000; W. II. Carter, $r.:.,00�; John W. Peck * Co.. $ W. 0. McMohon. $:tn.-000; .1. \V. Scallon iVirticn), $40,000; Canada Lock Joint Pipe Co.. $25,000; W. P. nuchanan, $15,000: Tcos and Persee. $15,000; Harfett Co., $10,000; Our Rose j (By.Oliver G. llennion, Magrath) ! Ufatu came without warning, j And look her away, i In the bleak worl t of mourning, I N'o longer to stay. Like the last ro�o of .summer. She bade us farewell, j And with the sweet summer ' Went elsewh'\-e to dwell. Although in life's springtime. The Autumn wind came And whispered so gently Our dear Hose's name, .She answered so mildly. Then passeij gladly on. sad hour. FOREMOST ne,; let in TOe citizens to be canvassed. Those who have not been called upon, should come forward themselves and subscribe. Let every loyal man and woman be a Victory Loan -worker for the balance ot the campaign. The objective can be attained by united effort on the part ot all tho people. Obstacles are created to overcome,; us overcome those that face us Victory Loan campaign. The German drive last spring might have very well taken the heart out of the allied forces. - Instead the-reverses steeled the men'to greater of fort and greater sacrifice and today, as a tcbuU, we await the terms of an arm-UMce. We can all throw our energies Into the Loan campaign. If every man and woman heeds the call the Lethbrldge district allotment can be oversubscribed, despite the drawbacks that exist. Wo must not overlook the tact that tno Influenza afi'ecU every Canadian cbmmuotty. Wo are all on a level. n jB��d of the lhnplro. The war is still what will the soap Industry do; still |on; tho enemy Is wfiY.^nntimo. For Constipation Carter's Little Liver Pill* wiH set you right . over night Purely V� oUbU WM.S-4IDQIO. lasollPHo* Carter's Iron Pills Will rsoiat-Q color to $ao Htm ml tkooo who lack Iros la tho bIoo*, pftl#*fecod people olot Agreeable to Everybody Ivory Soap has every quality you can wish for in a toilet and bath soap. It is pure. It is mild. It is white. It floats. Its perfume is the natural fragrance of pure, high grade materials. Ivory is everything that a soap can be because it is nothing but pure soap, non-injurious and thoroughly cleansing. It isn't possible to make a better or more universally likeable soap. IVORY SOAP IPI 99,3% PURE Mmdt in tht Procter A Gambit ft latin ml Hamilton, WHAT IS A BOND? What is a bond, and how many kinds of bund* are there? The Bond� i are of two kinds-, namely, five and fifteen year*. The IWoyeur BondH huvo ton coupons, meaning that every six months a coupon may ho cut off and proBcntcil to the Hank, and the Inter-cat for the half-yoar period will be paid. The (iftottn-yoar BondB have !50 interest! coupons. Then, tho Honda are of four denominntlotiB: $50, blue; $10fl, fcreen; $;,(�), olive; and $1,000, brown. The HoiidH und coupons are oautlfiilly onxruved. They are 8lm-ply guarantees that tho monuy loaned the Government to carry 011 tho. war *WIU be paid back with inloi'ottt. Two Waitresses Wanted AT ONCE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL NOTICE TO SOLDIERS ON HARVEST HAVE. Attention is directed to a recent announcement pubiiabtd in the Press by the Military Service Branch, DepartsTatnt of Justice, regarding extensions to be granted to mm EXEMPTED AS FARMERS. It is pointed out that thia 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 liaa been ordered to report for duty by the Registrar he leave* the jurisdiction of the Registrar and eotnas under that of the Department of Militia and Defence, and ia to be considered as a soldier. This applies to men of the 20 to 22 Class who have been ordered to report by the Rajdttraf in virtue of the cancellation of exemptions by Order-hvCounctl 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. AH men, accordingly, who have been ordered to report, and ate therefore SOLDIERS, and who have subsequently bftn 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 genera) notice, pwb|isr)tq by the Department of Militia and Defence^ MPAJITMKMT OF MILITIA AM* MffMOt. ;