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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta the Hi mm,.. iRfbde HERfLO PBINT-iMPAMY. LIMITEP ;�Olrth,>,l:MhbPM�e Ar ViMhanan ; "Director :otf';,jBub8cripticn Ratea: ifieil]r.1deliveiaUy,:Mellvered, per year......$7.50 , W)3^;5hj�an�ll, per,y,ear........ .54.00 |5!=WBokiyT W'snell. per year ......?i.50 H|||pWlf> by|MH, per year to U.S.. $2.00 fe" jbaltepTot giS^ryot subacripUons ap-kpaoT .anOyyj&a addresa label., Accept-5Hijcedt.papers after expiration date la our ajiOiorlty � to cohflnue the sub-scrlptlon. WHfAT ALL J, CAN DO W^tja there for us to do? Is there anything worth doipg? Vary (Ittle, compared to what they are doing-and have dene. Yet ther^ -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 bathe8.~-le'nd. It Is like an Insult to fay-'to a man: "Your aen gave higMfe. 'WIJ} you Jend your mon-'�^ ey^:To lend instead of giving! Money inatead of life! Yet In a great struggle of erganlwtf nations, such as this is, the lesker thing Is as necessary as the greater; -Those of whom we think njght and day have done the greater/ the harder thing of the two wbich.are necessary. Dare we fall / to'i(o the leMer, the easier thing? "^Let Rat,.our beloved blush for us I". . 'his!PflE CHANOE .^ AbBiit the meat decent thing that-* the (^enrtan .Kaiser eoi^ldldo in ! the preaentteriels is to plaee him. ' self at the,head of hie armlea.ln. France,'anll give up hia life In the conflict, at so many thouaamls of' . his daVeted^iiuitJeibts-^re Mng. Defeat aiid hi^jhilflatlen for him' are inevitable. If ha-Uvea he-wltlbe ' deservedly -hated by the whole . olvrfiaed world M the chief author . of the dreadful war. if he should fail while teadtng his troops, he would be credited with courage at least. But he is little likely to tal� that oouMC.-Journal of Com-me^e. The existing orKaulsation and preparations would be loat.and it -would take months to start anevr. Now is the time to finish the Job. The harfler it is^o do, the harder we should work'to do It. Tomorrow has been fixed ns a big day of the campaign. *We can naake it the biggest day if \to concentrate and conaeorate our entire titue to the cause. Obstacles may seem" tob diffi-nult to overcome, but we can overcome them by Jumping into the fray and cleaning up the job that Is^ set before us. Fi ' ...... i:8iKnad.fiieat�l^ terms which coimViato ef- r/rha>tflni(%.iF^ta&are; be- etrict,^ win 4�^.inl,Danced forces''have occ^ed ian port s4'|a&'-l^-it ,eiit]uii^ia!:iof the i.. The Seri tldVca;" " ^ustro-German forcer since the ear-'f'l'-}^ djiya of the war. ^ ' ^Hijiting la stUl going forward An .j;'lKy& jf^nteje* their Blirade,'�iccapled iiy the t'j Wiej^^ and the entire front ,|iaa^)'een>adTaiiced. K;cf/q|:|^^4'^e''o�rmaliB in France are In rap-^^ii^^il^tra^t bejrare the �lUed forces at '^-piiimcieMeB, and also In Flanders. '�;^�ra:er south the Americans ||fl,l^bl� advisees, i ifiUjtriaa prieonerB taken by 9 ^iiaiis" now number k0O,OO0. ^ijk^TOQETHER OVERCOME THE OBSTACLES. Victory Loan campaign learv^unipunded by many obstacles. are the this -cropJn the flrBt-,;place, ''�t&cnjt; t�; r^cfi-ihjB objec-''tte' eAteri'diwbaelV^, the r^epld4iniic.-'�^jtoy,canTa8B in*, many - eectipBSi ; inore.;:^^ half ofcthe people. Nktnr-ji : f^y^tinfe is- mnoh to discourage' the' 'coaitt*tt9e;'init this mnlit be overcome vi);^,i]^c^i^ae^^etfoix the parf'of'tha s frffirketsSslill aBle to be,around.^ The (ej(t|9les.tbai face FipHTiNG THE * INFLUENZA EPIDEIVIIC i., -That thc^lnflnensa epidemic is real and serions wo all now realize. When the disease began in the east, probably we were inclined to console ourselves with the thought that it would not spread alt^ver the continent. Some of us had the idea that in a dry, -bright climate like Alberta -we would be immune from an epidemic of this nature. know that we are suffering as much as did the eastern sections, and It would seem that the epidemic had only really commenced. .It has been ravaging the east for many weeks, and is still a serious matter there. We may still face weeks of it In the west/ no one can surmise when it wiU abate. . - ' What is oar duty at the moment? We should observe faithfully all thk or-* iders and instructions issued. They may aeem ridiculous in soma Ihstano-es, aad unnecessary in others, but that-Is only Individual bpiaiou. The health authorities and their T��j>ona�n� Cardston, liJov. 1.-The Daughters of the Empire are always active for our soldier boys across .the . water, and few residents in this -vicinity are awara of the great amount of work they are doing. , T-Jie HampshicB Chapter at this point are preparing big surprises for the Christmas holidays, and are now revUing their lists and arranging their purchases ^n actordahce "therewith. All next of kin 4re requested to send iu the names of their heroes and their last addresses, so'lliat each one may be remembered; . Bspecially are thp names ofthose-who-heve gone overseas this year dpsired .by this or-ganuation so that all receive 6. pars' eel for holiday time;  Addresses may be left'with Mrs. Kellock. Miss Hamilton or the secretary. Miss Maggie Thompson, at the tTnion Bank. Many letters of appreciation have been received by the I. Oi D'.-B. organization from the recipients of-their kindly remembrances durjing the past year. As no public announcements can be made because of .the prevailing epidemic, it is urgently requested that all .interested will, accept this notice through your valued columns and act without delay. Another Cardston-Bey Wounded By wire dated the 19th ult, Mr. Geo. M. Hudson was advised from Ottawa that his son Jesse had received a gunshot-wound iii the -right foot-on the 11th of October and that he had been admitted to the Royal Herbert, hospital at Woolwich. This is the second time this young man.has been wounded and this second in a far less vital part than the first one. The parents, who reside here* are rejoicing that it Is no worse. J � Death of Dr, Brant A wire from Geyser, "Montana, east of Great Falls, advised Mr. O. E. Bates of the death of Dr. H. w! Brant, who practiced at Cardston some years ago. Mrs. May Brant is a sister of Mr. Batei and expects ;lUm rto,^reach.her home in a. reasan.Ahle tin{e, but; the very awkward train-service from this' point prevents any .connection frou\ here until next Monday.- 'One has to take an auto and go to Browning, Montana, some flft-y-to ai*ty>iHlles, to reach any Montana points inside, of. twenty-four to fourtyrelghf Hoftrs. By the'.present schedule one m\ist^g9 to Lethbridge on Saturday^ remain over ^Sunday to. catoh 'Monday's' train.foi' fl:rBat Falls. .Such,AeCjiC.9,pfl_a,Jine that Has justified dally trains for near^ ly ten' yeare. surely ri-sps. one's nerVe'*^ and patriotism, when it Is kit6wn.'%6V obvl6usly that it is merely'to benefit a corporation that seems greater than the railway commissioners or other efficient government means of control. Shades of the Great Judge May-' bee rise to the torment of your, auc-cessors in office! (and let the people rule). - ' - , ^ Citizens pn the streets thja morning were made aware that last night was Hallowe'en, anUlhen some. Well, it comes.only once..a year., and. let us therefore be thankfi)! and petition for an all night light service 'with-a- few special constables for-a year hence. By the way, when s,o many, have Illness these'days, would it got be a:;boon to the afflicted to have ' Jfghts' all night for a. week or so aqtilr^tbe Goddess of Health smiles on poor humanity once more., Death of Mrs. Long Browh'' Word was 'received ffiday* o? the death of >!rs. Lena ,Brown of Glen-jvoodvlUe. T^e fady; fjjllowed^Mrs. Hale by. a few hours.- -TBr/ Xona Brown lost his wife only ,/i;l4w,years ago, the eldest � daughter of :{h"9'. late (J. M. Biningsley.'*; He agaiff iijarrled 4n .the Statesand^has^noff-ja^sefd but a trifle over Lt-wo'^eara* here 's^lh the deceased. T^ej.pijBrVailing^iDppiDar (?) disease is the,causejbt^thJeVad.e'vent. The people of OaisSston'Md'Gl^nwood �]1. deeply sympatM?^ w'lfB iiim in this sad hou:'- '' ' ' *" " * ' : (From"l?u> Owhs Oer . Spring Coulee, Novri.'-'^^e weather is still beautiful and the roads good. Mr. Jesse S)>erman returned yesterday after � few weeks' lUness in Cal-gaj-y. �; �� Mr. and Mrs. C.'.H. KAi^y are visiting relatives btR>e, having with thenf a-r.cousin. Miss Oreeh. , ] bur little .(ibuiuunity ^^^!^ ^ boastfuTthat he was the All Hiffhest; ! '^"'^nK Socialistic and revolutionary* liter- ^tifoilld bo disastrous, aturj In their possession. � bojBds. A"tWenty-yeal' Victory. Bond j tor oflphundred doUavs, ihearlng Inter- ye8t.At;,6%,per cent., is .it promise that tbe.,D.5;nmlon of Canada will pay its 'p,$loo twenty, ye^jisj^fter. the date of'the bond, with 5.6&'� interest each year in the aMmnUme"; iiiiiiiiiiiii^^ |31CKED>BP1N^' KssiNG czz; van W. R� WesUake, Whitby man, died' from, iafluensa. v businesli James F;"^Macl|Ban, Rossltind's chief of police,' dl(^ from inRuensa. Rev. D.i -L. Gordon, of .Cobalt,, has been called' to Aflncourt Presbyterian churoh. Women employed,on .^treet. cars ;in the state of Washington are prohibit-, ed from working after >6>"P.m. Tobacco, cigars and ciga!Tettes are likely to Increase In price-In the United States early in November. Lieut. Ian R. MacKenzie, accountant ^for the ^udBon'8 Bay company, -Winnipeg^ has been killed -in action^ - At- Wlnaipeg^ - little- Barbara - Greyr aged six, was crushed to a packing case which fell .upon her'^hem. R. C. Dunn, one of the leaders Jn the state senate and prominent for years in Re})uhllcatt polIUcs In Minnesota, Is dead. W. H. McWlUiams, grain man and ex-Mayor T. R. Deacon, of Winnipeg, each subscribed $100,000 to the Vic-tonr Loan. Restrictions on the manufacture of furniture, elimination of new patterns, |j and curtailment of existing patterns, have been announced by the VrS. War Trade Board;  ' � London- manufacturers will he asked to run their factories on day-liSht saving hours during th6 oomlng winter as a- measure o^ combating the Hndro electric power shortage. Thomas- Pastorlous', a real estate dealer,-paid a fine of $100 and $20 CQsts in the Windsor police cpurt when he was convicted on a charge of running a. gambling room. An^angisments are at present heing made by the sales branch of the On- /A few of the .big eastern Ca tario Kovernment fisheries department' 'subscriptions to the Victory Loan tario government .fisheries department' to lay in a stock of freSh-water fish to supply the market during the winter.months. , ' � ~ � � / Sergt. Walter Davtes, a returned rwSldlar who had justy resumed his former occupation as a C. P. it. freight brakeraan at Chapl^au, met with sudden death near Ramsay station: ^ .l,*..v,.-#k Anjrohfe Can Play Thii Piano No: tni^tter haw unei^xictecfly companyt " may drc^ iir; yoii will always have a ddii^t-fdl means ofventertainment if you.haye/a iyiason;& HisclviPlii^r Piano. . Wlthlt ia your home, every mamber of your famllf can play any class of muilc-opera, dance, popular, t)lfi �j; old or the newJwac pieces. Tou pan sing the songs yop'-like best and.plair.9:oui;-own accompanlme|its. Qoiye la and hear thl^ marmllonh Instrusnqnt-^y It.yaHratu; .. -play seme of latest mnalcal hits. ______ . A champion in thrr|i9rtaift'> / line cam* to us irW�j^y'l'�-'C,; . part payment for on.A RIsch Player ;pr|BO. jtl*',: - a Plank:* Co.. Piii()9^n|v|ii^|:::^- .. strument worthy'ti^thli'rrplp'l'"' r4 �y aaked and w*Mt'nii|i|(MJ| faiwil^'^' this claim to yur^'f^(1 :^p;'l Isfaetlon. It's MASON & RISCH LIMITED i;- iALMORAi. BLOCk ' FIFTH ST. LBTMi|Rltm{; freight sbedforemin- ' (- - Will linger here still. A BANKER'S AdViCE "It is a recognized banking principle that depositors should be encouraged to accumulate, their money, but a greatet- duty'has been placed;^on bankers-that is, to encourage their depositors to withdraw their fuQ^^ for the good of the Kmplre. The war is still on; the enemy is wavering. Now is the time to make the g'reatest push of all, and that push cannijit be made without money. All the 6^nkB lost de. po^ts as a result otl^st year's Victory hAan campaign, but i'bday the deposits ai-e larger than ever before; in the history of Canadian banklngi';--H.; F. Jonea, Chairman of VIotoiT Loan-Campaign Advisory Committee. " WHAT 18 A BoSor For Carter^s Little wiB set you right i> over highl, - ' Purely V�iet�U� I SmO DMSb Sawn M*a Cart^'sIivBPiys will r�M*os� color tothalMMat whofaicklraalBthoUfMi, What Is a bond, and ;how many kinds of bonds' are there? The Bonds are of two kinds: namely> five and fif" teen years. The flveyear Bonds have^ ten coupons, meaning that every six months a coupon may bocut off and presented to the Bank, awl.'the Interest for -the half-year peiipd; will he pald^ The flfteen-year BpiidB have :30 in,terest coupons. Thenr',tho 'Bonds are of four denominations$60. blue; $100, green; ?500,olive;/ an4 $1,000; brown.- The Bonds' and ^oaupOBS are jeautlfully engraved. ^Tte0yrhre'slm. ply guarantees that the in%iiey' loaned the Government to cal'i^">'Qn th.e lyai; �U1 be paid hack with IhleJ-est, . AT ONCE LETHBRIDGE HOm era' Life, $8,000,000; at$tli09mw Of Canada. $�,000.000; :lnpirM(|'U(8. 250,000; Gonfed�ratl�|!^14f�^fl,260,0�0. North American Ltt^;|l,�f0,(IOO; T. Eaton coBipaiiy,:. |;t^M,�)0: 'City M Toronto, $1,000,OOO.V, 'v �' . : � '.-;' .'-'J^ii ^>'. � i- .Amoag the jalrge. lublcriptlonB at wiMiipeg, to the y\iMt'V�n are: J. H. Ashdown, mjm', il. n. Mc-Nlchpl, $180,000; 'W.;!;, MeK,.176,000; W. H. carter, '|B5|Q0!)r*?�f�t W. Peck & Co.. $l50,0PQ; tt iKwllWh. $36,-000; J. WrScallOHWirtw);'140,000; Canada Lock Joltit ^ijpS'Co;; "125,000: "W- p.. Buchanan, $l$ij!io0!.jcees and Persee,' $16,000; ^artfltt! Oirf IJ'O.OOff; Winnipeg Wano Go'./- W,0^.'; . 1ST ..I Agreeable to Evierybod^y" Ivory Soap has every quajity yoU'Caii wish for^in a toilet and bath soap. .I't i� ; v pure. It is mild. It is, white. It.flo?^tp., -v/^* Its perfume Us the natural fragraQCf>of>. pure, high grade materials. 7^.^ v . Ivory is everything t^at a soap Gapby tt virtue of the cancellation of exemptions by Onfef the 20th April lost, as weU-as tothdoe ordered to usual way cm refusal of claim for esemiition, or:'an': of exemption granted,  " v; .v ' -^-.^ All men, accordingly, who have been ordci ar^ therefore SOLDIERS, and who haVe s .granted harvest leave, by the military autl NOTiVlTtiSTANWi*c THtE NOTICE eerred TO. REPORT ON THE EX THAT LEAVE, unless they a^ notified to . their Commanding'OIRcer or liy general.notipei.'_ th^epepartT�cptpf>lilitiaand Oefeiicpf,,^ -/J^ �7T- ;