Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
page focr �SJBaaaaaBBBBBj the rKTimnmoR n.wr.v rmnALD XLbc Xetbbrfboe Ifoevalfc DAILY AND WEEKLY TUESDAY. NOVKMDKR 5. 1918 Proprietors and Publisher* TMl LKTHBRIDOE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 Stti Street South, Lethbrldse W. A. Buchanan President'arid Mannglng Director John Torrance - - Business Manager TELEPHONES Business Office ........... Editorial Office .......... 1252 : 1224 . Subscription Ratal: Pally, delivered, per week.......!.". Daily, delivered', per year ......57..Vi Dally, by mail, per year ........t4 f>� ] Weekly, by mall, per year ......51.o�"> Weekly, by mall, per year to I'.S. .52.00 Dates of expiry of subscriptions appear dally on address label. Acceptance of papers after expiration date is j our authority to continue the sub-scrlption. THE AOE OF OIVINO The response mads to the many worthy appeals launched by patriotic and philanthropic bodies is bath pleasing and ramaritablt. We are all familiar with the nationwide Y, M. C. A. campaigns which secured millions of dollars as well aa the Patriotic and Red Cross campaigns In the earlier days of the war. . Within the past few weeks we have had campaigns for money to relieve the wives and dependents of trie merchant marine: a drive for funda for the Overs** Hl�s o' the Knight* of Columbm. a campaign for the securing of J3O3.0OO to build a permanent home for the Khaki Club, while street fair*, basaars, brtdgee and lesser drives are almost of dally occurrence. Titer* la an eld saying, thit we learn to do by doing: it seems equally true that we learn to give by giving. The generosity of the people In thle country ha* been severely Used during the past four yeera but the call* made upon lb* puree etrings of the country have been mora than met. The ebjwets, ef courec, are all worthy, and those of ue who are left behind test that we cannot do tco much for the men overseas or for these depending upon them. By giving one'e interest in an object Is Increased: from this point alone, not to mention the good a contribution does, the many appeal; have been ef value-Journal ef Commerce. FOUR U. S. OPINIONS "We must set our faces like flint against any peace that is not based on unconditional surrender." -THEODORE ROOSEVELT. Ex-President of United" States. "We've got the Germans down and the referee has counted nine. Are you going to give them a chance to get up?" -JAMES W. GERARD. Former U.S. Ambassador to Berlin. "I am emphatically ono of those who believe that this war should be taken into Germany. I believe that the affliction* which Germany has visited upon other nations should be visited on Germany. I believe that it is the only way in which Germany can be cured of the disease tm�t now .if-flicts her." -HENRY MORGENTHAU, Former Ambassador to Turkey, "One of the gravest mistakes this country made at the beginning of the war was ta countenance the thought that we were not fighting the German people. We have been, from the day we entered the war, and from the time the realization of It came home to all of us dates the hour that Gtr-many'e eun began to sink.'" -WILLIAM H. TAFT, Ex-Preeldent of United States. �with, men or material' ! The allies have handcuffed Austria i so tightly that nil thai !. knoiv by now that pearefui methods are the best. Had �h" fo):�>�'� evil w|it�P'-r-; (ne"�. there would have been no wjr. It 1* he'ter for the Ai;>trian-H'ir,;.ir-. inn peoples th�l there �,u a war. f -r out of it they are obtaining self.gov-eminent and freedom. For thee blcudnit* th�y ran thank '.):>�> ailto* \ The allien fought for derrufrrat;. and Austria and Hungary can now -ha'..'-! off nutorracy. Austria .t .iiirr.ni',-.' �.�,:'.! :a- p..;-.- : ���> hope sn SerbU and �h�- Halk.m-. t: ! will � �nl m- ' teraM troubles S".-h.a � c.ir.e proves that the way of the p.-u.'.ii *r In Vest Th" Utile country wa-�m ibo raKu:f-.s accepted by Austria, and acceptance of war, is a victor of which would mean unconditional The terms of the �tmi�tUe exaet'd surrender with no obligations upon from Austria wll! give uj noaif idea r,t the allies, who are leu free to die . ttie terms that (iermany will hav, t., fate lloal peacv term!' Whether Ger-' accept. We will know the-* term- ut many will accept tfiera remains to be almost any moment now flermany seen, but non-acct-ptanro of them will havo to accept them, .-he is isol-would lead, according to general be- ate,! now All ber support has lief, to a debacle la the (ictinan ar- ' appeared; i,niy tiie wtetcheii old v,1 -niles, ' lun is left. �he caa't keep up the The British continue to cut �. Idu . '"S*le. l'roni a milltitry atand-awatba la the German line* near \ ul- point, her case Is hopeless. Sh� is, enelennes, and took 10,w>0 pri-soners nr ��. surrounded by a steel yesterday. The ltallani before fight- band, that will foreo her to yield. If log ceased on that front, completed 'he is not properly punished by war tha capmrw of a total of 3u'\oou pr ooere. GET THE MONEY OUT OF THE HOLES on her own territory th* leaders, responsible for the war, must be. treated as criminals and punl�h�d as be tied hand and foot. Cheer up Cermany, the wm,i ;- ye> to come Verily, the way of the tiau-�i. or Is hard. Abk Austria MoUuue is soaking into ihe soil; now get btiuy llgle,S will bu decided in elections taklttK (ilace across the lino today liutli imnie�, ati iisiin). claiio it. ^PICKED UP Itf * PASSING T*IB BVSY~mTn TLU STILL VERY Judge Harding has left Idndstiy to I : reside in Ilaniiitoti. ! j Ur. It. II Ti':! well Ur.ii� n J-hlinon-\ ton dentist, liiej from t',;e iufitie:1za. i ' 1>". It. \V. Swlndley, proininent rvince Albert, ^ssk.t, ii:':;ti�t. il it'i! fram the flu'. Jain-"-! Ke'.'xusnn. fellred tobacconist >.tid '.en! lent ,.>f Wiunip.-g for L'S died of �panl>-h Itifluenza. Mr*. M. i: Mcl.-jv>:. ;r;ed ~'\ of Jil-K'.. ':. A. -.li" had 1 � �� of, residiiiK. An .n,-;;.iN.i:i v.\;.,ts xmoni; !',ro. k-\:V." mer.-'witil * -for the cljsi.ii: of place.- of b'.i-ine.-s.s every iiil-M'inioti d'.iv-ir.s th- fall and winter inoii'lis a: ' s% 5 i Kito�n jewelry nn'relt.';:' u; Win nioftt. is dead in Vr. toria. li. t'. >!� "hicii place li� removed with his i.i.'ii; ii> p.tany years aj-o Mr. tovin. fly nf tin' Hank ef i'.rii:-': \onli Aii.ern ,i staff a! Win nipt's ere to Ituw lrt Mcl..r.ichiiu. a Kiu�.::;:' Spanish int'iueri/.a. ' lV'atii iiccorr-1 ef !5ev. IVh. r lii.h-: i,rd tlali^-an. of the Archhi-h. j> s Palate. K'tii:.-'->n. after fltree ..[���!:.' ill-re - O"' ptlellJJioc.ia. t>e.�-.(-,.,j ;k:i. bora in Kir,it-to:t years ace Trade nr. 'til >:v\ aa* ftr, illy been �� fi� i. !Jv -'.-'>! �. .1 in ''\" Wlnn-.pei; (>>!:. :n The i,y a ii''1' c: e..:ir. t,- i..11�" "i.'ited Ihe �iri:"n fur.--- \V. K. Heal, a former city cnmmls-! sloner of Moo-o ,hi\v, is dead. Lionel Have, an Ragle Hulte rancher died of pneumonia ut Medicine Hat. , Kev. Father lloj-len. of 1'xbrldge, died from influeuzn. I,. S. I.ovrrnols, � a Tcith. Out., lawyer, 1^ dead. Ho formerly practiced at rxbrldfje. 15. K. io- own Cevri-?*>t�Tvlent> Mncleod, Nov. a. -The Klu' is Klili going strong. As some are released from day lo day others go In tiniivan-tine, and Iho number of homes thnl have cards on are not any less. The doctors ace busy night and day with moro calls from tho rural districts. On Monday n young man who had ju.it come Into tho countvy and xns working on a farm a tow miles out, was laid up that evening and became u victim on Friday. He wna buried Saturday mornlug. lliisinessme.n all say everything is very unlet on account of tho epidemic, but we look for Improvement in another week when our help will ruMurii and the bnn is lifted. Nearly Fatal. An almost fatal accident occurred on the farm of W. A. Hay. who was threshing his season's crop, with his own muchine. Ills father, a man of 70 years, was helping and In some way got his clothes caught in the muchin-lery and when he was elenred of tho machine, his collar bone and shoulder wore broken. His left arm was broken in throe places and his hand badly cut. His Jaw and neck were lorn somewhat. He was taken to the hospital where hopes tor his recovery are entertained. Ills father and mother were here on a visit from Owen Sound, Ont.. and Intended leaving for the cons? In a few days to spend the winter. The Victory Loan did not reach high a figure for the first week as on the first week a year ago. but they look for the amount to he raised. Saturday afternoon, while several boys wore walking on stilts, Ralph Grady fell and being unable to help himself, broke both bones in his left arm, which wll) confine him to tho house for some time. )!ov. W. A. Lewis returned this past week, having attended the missionary meeting and general conference In Anyone Can Play This 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 homo, every member of your family can play any class or tntmlc-opora, dan*;c, popular, the old or the ncwvwnr pieces. You can bIor tho Bonga you like best and play your own accompaniments. Ctimc in and hoar this marvellous Instrument- try it yourself play nom� or the latest musical hits. A champion In the bar(jalrt line came to us yesterday In - part payment for new Mee� on & Risch Player Plane. Ita a Plank & Co. Plana-an instrument worthy of the wan-ey asked and wVIl make feed this claim to your full satisfaction. It's yours for $215 MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH tVT. LKTHBRIOGI Hamilton and Toronto, and exprossed ; himself us having been at tlio .best j conference that has yet been held, i Many important points in busluoss relating to the missions nnd the Meth- odist eliurch In general, woro discus-i sod. and all felt that tin; war session was indeed the best In the history �f the great church. Die itlnlBters of the various churches !n Macleod have formed themselves Into an emergency com nilttce. and aro y,ry busy attending their people vno are In need of aid In the line of ooups, etc., jn this their time of need, and are doing much to help those wliv are sot able to help themselves. T \ * Ti-y :..' ! .! .->c'. Mai-ihai'. ci i.:!lievii;r W.l . !' � !.;e:!'rtll> -h >' '..'.;! 1 w a i 'harles !' in. w a e>,.r.inr- the Crouch .:,',n o: ;ne c,,n- -ivaiivi party. Ms- 'l.i'-a May TVH. a studer.' 1 r-.v-r-ltv of '.'.'.erVi. atdl dau-'.i-rr ':!�". rlpi'.,-- followStt.r. �; !' , lii'ie i::-'.i>o:i Te, Sutherland Con H V.. Ailam it MriCei.r Stuart, aged traveller for (leorse to ttorn- .i:;.'!(''-i)!y while il.-.milto-i. ,1! .!'. Sherl-r.-..;.. ->\\ ti.i!ifled of the I f.rrivai at New York from Kngland i f V.-i s, '.-Ji'-r- v. ;,. s or dependents; who .ire :,-t.m:.'.:.^ ., Canada. The !'.:."> i!!,-;.! b \'.". oob'a - under '.wo ; >tar-. >} .!�r \ W S'iiiM.e., veil k.iown thri.'i^'.im'. .\onh-.|-oln-r!;\ild county, die.i Ciihourg from i'lilucnia. wl.i. ii ; !-> contracted whs'., aueti'ttni; puti- : Hi- placti ,-d l!i !!:!'.:! "i sumo 1 -i a- i -,.'. Tliu:,;, - Mow luay. x" a' ' l.I..- colli.,.,;:;!,: ;,| !),r. lialif.ix y of th- Cr iici L..-I-.-..- A 1 A. M . (He,| ;,i )la!i:.tv a- tl... r.-uit ,/ an att.nl; of Span;: il iiill ."ii 'a �'it -V *ve^ I' Hit.i.-li, \ u e presbl, io Sei.-.-M ,.. ..lire; the C'aH 1 Tri'lllk I'.eili'- .-li-et.-d chairman of the adioi'.r..ai >'no. -oil e,.mu;ltt.-e of tjie i'a.'i.olian lta.:w..y V.'i.r Hoard at. V/innl; � :u a . -ion to tiiaiit Hall, wh'i ha.-: :�'�'. i-d to Montreal 1 /!>,':.l.-i -ion |(iib-on, one of the best l.m.v.ii iravi-lling sab snicn in Kuskaiohc .win. w.i .'.lay his eldest , diiiiish'er, :. Nuirdim Sinter with the; th'.i;.u'i)a!i Korea-, died overseas, _ and last weel. Ilia daughler ML;- C'uuxluncc I Kcr.'.eri, pas. -t:d away afu r a short l'.lr. s* of l>ni Hinonl.i. His only sui'-viviae daughter. Mrs 11. Kobinson, is sf-rioiialy ill in the Kingston C.eiuiral Hospital and the latuirh; husband, a . ivitinu'd offle.T, i.s ulsu very ill. IT is only because Canada can give credit to Great Britain and our allies that there is a market for grain at prices prevailing to-day. Great Britain wants our grain-ao does France and Italy. But they have not tbe ready cash to pay for it. Canada must give them credit. The money raised last" year through the Victory Loan helped to finance last year's crop. The Victory Loan 1918 will help to finance this year'sljerop.aswe]] as other commodities which Canada is selling abroad. Canada, through previous loans, has bean able to finance the greatest export -trade in her history- hundreds of millions of dollars. Itlis because of the Victory Loan 1917 that you do not now find the elevator closed when you drive up to sell your grain. It is because of the Victory Loan 1917 that you nnd a high cash market for your grain and atl other products. And aside from business-aside from alt questions of market.; or prosperity-remember/, that it is through the Victory Loan that our (magnincent Canadian army is maintained and equipped in their fight against the most inhuman and unscrupulous foe that any country ever faced in war. Therefore, patriotism, the value yom set upon Freedom, and your business interests, demand that every cent you can sav?, beg or borrow* ahoakl ha lent to your country in thia crisis. luued by Canada1* Vicaawr Laan CoMtnlttae in co-operulon wlaji tha Miaiimr at Pinnace oi tha Dunt*M.'ju ci Canada j '-14'