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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE ftATLY ibtfe tJcralb c/#IMft.V'.ANO WHKLV,. .^/'THKictHBRiDae hcralo print A- ^TlWtt ;00Ml�anv, LIMITED J,i ,^y. a. B-jiehan*,! , -PreaJient M� �M�!i8iilT)*'TJJr8ctor John" Torrance '- - BU8lB�a� Manager fELEPHpNES BualntM -Qffiea . Ed>tt>rl�l � Oinee. ....T..... ... 1252 .15 ^ .Sufaacriptlon Rataa: Dally.'aellvered;per week .... Dally,. deUTarad, per year ......�V.50 Diqjr�T*y mall,-par year .., .. .$4.00 WookUr; by mail, per year......$l.oO Dates ot expiry of anbscrlptlons .ap-paar'VMtly on addrMa labeL Acceptance ol papers after ^piraUon date it our 5titJJorlty to ^continue.the sub-, scriptlon. If.: ...jTHE Ade OF OIVINO Thf raaponaa made ta the many woi^l\y appaala launched by pat-rlaU^'aiMI philanthrapic bedica la MK pJaaaiiiB and ramarfcabia. Wk �i�>'^i|ill fcmllMi^ with the natlen--whUrV. M- C. a. eampalgna which B�;b|a'd mllllana of dsllara aa wall aa ^ Patrfatic' and -Mad Creaa cant^Mtna lA'-the �aHlaV daya of thf'jmr. Ififliln tha paat few waeka we hayfe^had aampalgna for money r$f)i^'tb� wivaa and depenilenta �#~^ merehant marine; .x drive . farl^Hda for the Ovaraaa Huta th^i^Knlghta of Columbua, a eam-'p^i^for tha aacurlng of 9300,000 ; a parn^anant heme fer.tKe igMriiMVCJub,. while atreat --fajra, fa^b|irJt: brldtw:|iiid laaaar drivaa na.^Blmeat of dally occurrence. .flMf* to an old aaylng. that wa lo�nii�� da by daing; It aaema aq-ii^Htortn�t�^ learn to give by ' P�"�tn'tJi!; ooairtry haa been aav-.tttMdiiriBs'tha^vaat-fDiir (.^:;th�^^W/imide- upon'/ Uma triniia^"'^ tiia '"^untry _ifiiiSti|irwo��iy,. ' i)iin'iHt\d^'fiTO :'Overiaaa�..dr for' �Hpaa-^am. "By .viivli^^ object ^'M^'Wrffoi^^ta #Slrtt alone, ;;.nj!^^'ti? the good a^con- i.trHbutlen doaa. the many appeals * yolue^ounial of : FOURU. 8^ � OPINIONS � A * �'We-mu�t set our faeea like i rUnt against any peace that la not baaed- on uneondltlanal'our render." -THEODO/IE ROOfiEVELT, E.x-Prealdsnt of Onlted" Stataa. "We've got the Germans down and the referee has counted nine. Are you going to give them a chance to g�t up 7" -JAMES \y. GERARD, Former U.S. Ambataador to Berlin. "I am.emphatically ori^ of thoae who- believe that this War ahould be taken Into Germany, t believe that the afflletiana which Germany has vlaltad upon other na-, tiena ahould be vlattcd on Germany. I believe that It la the only way in which Germany can be '-cured of the diteaae thtit now af-filcta her." ' -HENRY MORGENTHAU, Former Ambaaaador to Turkey. "One''of the graveat ,m!atakea thia country made at the beginning of the war waa to countenance the thought that we were not fighting the German people. We have been, from the day we entered the waiv and from the time the realtaatlon of it came home to all. of ua dataa the hour that Ger^ many'a aun began to aink." -WILLIAM H.TAFT,. Ex-Praaldent of United States- '^PICKED UP m'* PA SiSTT^GjAB 'TMlMmrinM immm -WE war:.....- - , -  ,>JT^e allied .OQiiScU, at Veraaillea 1^tna,"and acceptance ^,^hJcb wonld noaa nneoadttlonal ipi^ender vlth no obUntlons upon fbe; allJeai^ who are left free to dio latajrtaVl'Pvwa'terns, 'miethar Ger-laay will Accept than remMas to be but non-acceptance of -them Id lead, aecordins to general be-iieff'fas'a dabade; In the- Gdtaan ar- ~ v^O'i-BrlUah contlnne to cut -n-ide ~iwathB in the Qerman lines near Val-ii�ifm|y|!8,.^aad took lO.OOO. prisoners fvi^^fa^i .-ThA lUIlana rliefore fighting deas'ed on that boat, 'completed thecavtnvk'Of a total of 300,000 pri-Boners, -- ^ET THE MONEY ' \ OUT OF THE HOLES' "^here fs % dass of foreigner, who digs a hole'in the ground and'buries his earnings. He won't trust a bank or ^ goVaranfoBt', ) That man has earned lUl this money la Oanada, in Alberta, and right here in-^thbiidga. He should ha made to^dtsgorge.~ Hia 'moaey'is^dolng no one a senride, not^evea himselfr Pr6T�. a^ly'he expects to go back to Europe BomJi day attd- lire- a life of luxury. '-AL'''iWM kDOWa ottiBon, more as a �Mgw�i��;th�J thJB J�e^th,MQior. .|tl�irshoidd, force th(a ol,d,,ger^-^ov; ^oi�di' c^tT�jagr _to, ,b� naaart^ied and iib^chaaged for^new bonds in order to '^fPf^Tent tbe : Biuread of ' iafldenaa i t^n^wgli^^^.^^^^ staff. 1.)^: i^^tan4ed''�a^ Joke might 1>e treated ^er-iUpqaiyr Some authority ought to force l|heie dljcgings \ lato circalatlon and IcaT^' ^e don't' mean confiscation ' 4o mean. conscriptlOB of the 'doII�r�itaried-away in holes. '^\i.%^!^^'.>iX^ii^^^%'�.tiiaoxf waa aanod ifES;^."' >�; '>�^tB iBvaon>o> hut iB^a noni^ntity. It a'gatnr^lf It^waa 80 In-:>iioii�*vB^tbtag-lifft to .fight lit:*--'V\ With, men or znaterlals. The aUIea hare handcuffed Anstria. so tightly that �U that is left tor her to ^0. iSf tO'-4|tp good. There is no chanoe to be bad because none of the tools ot oTlI are at hand for her to nse. . Austria deserve^ it all and more. Back In 19U, she could have settled her diffe^co with Serbia by a reference to The Hague. Serbia was willing, but Austria played Germany's [game,-and resorted, to war.. She ought to know by apw that peaceful methods are'the he'st. Had she followed them and spumed Ge^many'B erll whisper-lags, there-would have been no^war. J It ia hitter for the Austriaa-Hungar-|ian'peoples that there was a war, for out of it,they are obtaining selt-gor-erament and freedom;' For these hlesalagB they can thank the allies. "The'allies ^fongbt-for d^Airacy and Anatria �J>d Hnagary can now shake' off antocraer- Au8trla|^ snrrender will inspire new hop� in Serbia, and the Balkans, and /Willcompenaata Italy lor many s >UBtrla sowed, s^e Is j-eaplng. � J .-� ' � Germany's Bupports have all crumbled away. The skies shine. Bright for. Belgium and-Serbia tfaeso-days. Italy .evidently hasn't a 'flu eplde.mic to interfere with celebrating. Austria aow knows what It Is to be tied hand and font. Cheer .up Germany, the worst Is to come. 4- y?et Verily, the way of the transgressor is hard. Ask Austria. Judge Harding has left Llndsiiy to reside in Hamilton. .i>r. R. H. Till, well known Edmonton dentist, (ilBd from the InthieAza. Dr. H. W. Swlndley, prominent Prince AlboVl, (Sask.). dentist, died from the flu*. James Ferguson, retired tobacconist und resident ot Winnipeg for 3S years, died ot Spanish influensa. Mrs. M. C. .jicLorg, aged 79, mother of .Todge E. A. C. McLorg, Kegina, died at Zion convent. Prince Albert, where sliQ had bean real'dink. An agitation exists, among Brock-ville merchants *for the closing of places of business every afternoon during the fall and winter months" at* 5 o'clock. - ~- -* � - 7- - - � J. R. Ormond, in the early days a well kno\vn Jewelry merchant ot Winnipeg, is dead In Ylctorla. B. C, to, which place he removed with his fam.-lly many years ago. Mr. LaWi\ formerly of the^.Bank of British Mforth AMjprica staff st Winnipeg, lias gore to Bow Island, Alta., aiid has titken the position ,of tellei* in the Bank of Montreal there. Herbert McLaugWin, a-King township farmer, aged:.26 years, and his young, wife, died within a" few hours of'each other, both heipg vjictlms. of Spajisl^ influenza. * Dffilh occurred of Revl^jFather Richard Tfailigan, of tho Archljilshop's Palace. "Kingston, 'after three^weeks' illness of pnoumoaia. Deceased was born-in Kingston 45 yearu ago. . -t_. ." . � � . ' Trade unionism "has'finally^ been officially established in'the Winnipeg police system. The council, by a vote ot eight to nine/sanctioned' the union force.. V ' " 'J;^ A ten-year-old daughter -of William Marshall, of liilliowtlc. l^eds County, was accidentally shot >nd. instantly killed when Charles'Belbcbck, a cousin, was cleaning a gun. . > Le Moniteur Acadien; of Shedlao, N. B., suspended puhiication vfltfa -its -issue of Oct, 25. It wap founded in 1S67 and was for'fif>yTyeB:rs'the French organ of the C6ns�Trative party. - Miss Clara May Bell, a student at the University of'Alverta, and daughter of Rev. J. W. Bell,- Ba\r�,-an* formerly of Edmonton, died, from influenza. She-was a gifjed mu?5trip. He was one. of the "best known travellerB in Canada. , ' Ottawa has been'^notifle*.lot' the arrival at New York from England of SoO soldiers' wives or'dependents who are returning to CanadaV The party includes 173'babies under two years ot age, ' Right Hon. Thos. James'sMacNam-ara stated ' that iha . pmhih'ftfdn of British women travelling by ses might be removed as soon aa' ItTbehame certain that merchant yessela were immune from enemy attacks. \ ', Dr. A. W. Stinson, .Well known throughout NorthtimlierlaUd connty, died at Cobourg from-influenza, which he contracted while attending, patients. He practise.d, in Brighton some y^ars ago. �  .....' Lleut.-Col. Thomas Mowbray, 80, at one time commander at the fiallifax Garrison Artillery,'and for. the past seventeen years Gr^nd Secretary of the Grand Lodge, A.F.&-A;M:; died at Halifax as the result of 'an attack of Spanish influenza. ; W., P., Hipton,. vice-president and general manager of the Grand Trunk Pacific, was eledted chairnian. of the administration sub-committee of the Canadian Railway War Board at Winnipeg, in succcBSidin to Gran,J Hall,, who has moved to Montreal., J. Henderson Robaon, one of 'the best known travelling . salesmen .in Saskatchewan, wa* a victim of Spanish influenza. He had beCn. a resident of Regina for the pas^ six years and was* Saskatchewan representative of Lever Bros. Following out the suggestion'of the Civic Health Committee,' the Retail Merchants' Association of Medicine Hat, organized a campaign to' take In the cDuntr^ districts, organize them and also find out the number of' Influenza cases needing care and attention. - ^V.-F.' Heal, a former city commissioner of vMdbso Ja*, Is dead. \ .Itfi-ori'Our Own CerrasoohiJentV � araojeod, Nov. S.-rrThe Flu' is, still going strong. As some' are released Lionel Hare, as ICUgle BuUo rancher ^i'^'j^^'^'^.^^J^^^ died of;pneumoal. at Medicine Hat. ^ S >^ died from mrmeus�.. Monday a young man who haik Just L. S. LevarrioiB;J'-a Perth. Ont.."coinb into the country and was work-lawyer, is dead. �o formerly Ptnc ing on. a.^arm n few milss out was tlced at trxbridge. . '^'^ UP that evening and becnirfo a ijcea ai uxurmau.^ ^ | vlcUnh-oa Friday. He w.ajl buried .Sfit- R. E. Crane, St.'Thomas druggist, jhrday morning. : ;� ' ,, formerly of Toronto, was an InfluensU victim. - �= Businessmen all, say .''everything 'is very auiet on account of the epidemic, I but we look for Improvement in ano-Capt T.-L.O. Williams. M.C.. died thor week when our help will rarturn of pneumonia at his home in Rapid \ and the ban 18 lifted. City. Man., after an illness of only a '� - week. He vns a noted athelete. The Canada Fire insurance Co. and the Monarch-Life Assurance subscrib-' ad *11)0,000 each at Wlnnlpsg to the "vHotory Loan. Capt. Jamoa Sybinboff has parchas-ed tha old Arlington Hotel in Wallace" burg and prbsented it to the town, to be used as an hospital. ) The McLaughlin  Carriage company, of Oshawa, has disposed of lis entire business in Canada' to the General Motors. Ltd., ot Detroit, Mich. In St. Thomas the majority .of tha doctors are averse to using the new prophylactic serums sent out by the Ontario Department of Health. � Dr. H. Softley, of;^UcoBts, Sask., a former Brant: County' teacher, died, as the result of an automobile accident. .' V � � S -S: ' Railway officials* Atl Winnipeg esti^ mate that SO per cent, of the number of harvesters broui(ht from the east have Uow returned.. ' Naariy Fatal. An almost fatal accident' occurred on Uio farm of W. A. Day, who was threshing his season's crop, with his own machine. His fatter, a man of 70 years, was helping and in some way got his clothes caught in the machinery and when he was cleared of .the machine, his collar bone and shoulder were broken. His left arm was broken in thrae places and his hsind badly cut. ' His jaw and neck were torn somewhat. He was taken to the hospital where hopes fo;^ his recovery are entertained. His fatlter and mother were liere on a vlait from Owen Sound, Ont., aad intended leaving for the ooast In a few days to spend the winter.,' ;�.'.� The Victory Loan did not reach as high a figure for the first week as on the first week a year ago, but they look for the amount to be raised. - Saturday � afternoon, while several boys yen walking on stilts, Ralph Orady fell and being unable to help himialf. broke both bones in his left arm, which will confine him to the house tor some time. ^ ' Rev. W. A. Lewis returned this past weeir, having attended the missionary meeting and general conference in 1 Anyone Can PlayyThis ; No matter how" unexpectedly company may droil in, you will always have a delightw fill means, of entertainment if you have a m & f^i^ch Player Piano. With it Inlfitti? homo, every m�mhar of, your family 'canlJlhy any ctaBtf 6t'ttUBlc--opera,,dBnH,a, popular, .tb^ , old or the new War-pieces. You can sing ttap, thongs yoi| ^llko btist and play'your own accompanlnianti. Oon^B in and hoar, this marvellous instrument-try It fOUraaU � -play soma ot the latest/musical hits. " , r"" , ^ champion In t*rMtr��lAr.: . line came to ub ytBtartfay ifi^ -part payment farfiBwrMa�.-sir en A^RlBch Play�ihPlpi;�i l{fa>;y-a PlBBk' a Co. piati9-rfn jn-r,i' Btrument Wortfiy oitthf ay aakad and wVllmakB fMri thiB ciaim to yaur'fiilirWt^ t' laractlan. It'a i^Of E* ' youra for -^jg-i^J^r :'lhr;,i|ttMaip� t,hetr people who' iirf Jij^ V^^J^ ill the line Of ttaupji, itq^ in their time of.need, and''an''dOlBg Q^LUch to help those whvi ;�T� .f�t �ble to help themselvbs. ' .Ifi. Rev. Canon R. S; Fornerl, an aged ! retired Anglican clergS'roan, ot Klnga-itoD, has been greatly'bei'pav^d. Last - i year his son; Lieut. A. D.' Fornerl. was Moisture Is.aoalring into tha soil; 1 killed in action. Last May hls^oldBSt iiojf g9t;.b�rtr ;>ind soak ,the Kaiser;daughter, a Nursing'Sister Mth ,the Vith an oversubscribed Victory Loan. iS^ffi'Stf r^^^aViiS SdiSMl, passed away >Iter a short C0viiio\ ot the U.S. Congress will be decided in elections taking place JlIneB'bt pneumonia. His only sur-ylvlng daughter, Mrs. D' Robinson, is across the line today. Both parlies,''^^f'"'^^^'^ 'he Klngstop General .g usual claim JL 1 H6spltal and. the latlor's .husband, a as usual, claim IL ; X 1 returned officer, is alsct.wy.UL [T 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 w^ants' our gi^n-ao does France-and Italy. But thiey have not the re^dy cash to pay for it. Canada ihust give them credit. Tht money raised last" year - through ttie Victory Loan helped to finance last year's rrop. The Victory Loan 1918 will help to fin|mce this year'^|arbp, as well - as other comtnodities which Caniada is aelfingliiraad;. Canada, through previous loans, has been ab^ to finance the greatest export�trade in herhistory-hundreds of millions of. doUars. , Itis because of ttie Victory l)oan 1917 that you do not now find the elevsftor closed when you drive up to sell your grain. It is because of the. Victory Loan 1917; thft you find a high cash nfiarket'^for your grain and wi\ odMr products. / * ' And aside from busi^iess-aside from Tatt^ questions of markets or prosperity^rememfoerl^that it is through the Victory Lpan that our fnagmficefit Canadian army is npintained and ecyuipped in their fi^t c^gainBt^the most; inhuman andnmcrupulouB foe that, any country eVeK:flBicedita�w "~ : Therefore, patriatism, the vahie yMrset upon Freedom, and your every cent you can save, bpg' or bonow.a lent to yoar/aofontry in thia cnaiB. Issued by Canaid�*s Vi