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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOBFOUR THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HEf0 ! $ 1 .�)! Subscription Rate*: TJally, delivered, per week..... Daily, delivered, per year ..... Daily, by mail, per year ....... Weekly, by mail, per year ...... WaeVly, by mail, per year to t'.S.. Dates of expiry of subscriptions appear dally on address label. Acceptance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the subscription. A BANKER'S ADVICE "It is ? recognized banking principle that depositors should b* encouraged to accumulate tneir money, but a greater duty has been placed on bankers-fiat >s to encourage their depositors to withdraw thtir fund* for the flood tf the Empire. The war is still en; the enemy la wavering. Now ia the time to make the greatest push of all. and that push cannot be made without meney. All the bank* lost depeeite as a result of last year's Victory Loan campaign, but today the deposit* are larger than ever before in t"c history et Canadian banking."- H. V. F. Jones, chairman of Victory Loan Campaign Advisory Committee. THE NEARER THE PEACE THE BETTER THE BOND Nobody fails more completely to grasp the financial situation than the man who says: "Peace seems near, so I will buy no Victory Bonds." The rate of Interest which Victory Bonds pay is a war rate. There is no reason to believe that Government bonds issued in peace times will bear any such rate of Interest as 3' per cent., free from taxation. So when peace comes the position of the man who has invested in Victory Bonds will be thla. Whatever industrial upheaval there may be, he will have a gilt-edged security-a security backed by all the assets of Canada, her fields and her forests .Tid her mines and her fisheries; assets which are still there and still good, no matter what happens. Moreover, he will have a security which will pay a higher rate of interest, all things considered, than after-the-war securities of similar stability. That means, it will increase in value, just as a house would increase in value, if leased for a long term of years at a higher rental than similar houses could command. no sympathy with ' ,>f , re.i lure at all. The mor- diffi. u!' it i.-mad� for him to boar I hi* w.-alth the better pleased we will !> A LONG ROPE AND A STRONG ROPE THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1918 CANADA IS OUT TO LAS900 THE HUN AS HE BEATS HIS WAY BACK TO GERMANY Cirt�ou drawn for the Dominion Victory Loan Committee, by James Krise. the clever ('anndimi artist. THE ELECTIONS ACROSS THE LINE The result" of th� . o .  I'nitod Slates nV> no; ih.mii that the people arc diMatistotl �tt!i President Wilson'* conr�r In the \,\r. though they do '.ne�:i that '!:. j>;>!�-- ^v.v there Mil back him no io '.he iltnit In �T.r meaxurf�. President Wilson ai;:ai:onu ��- 'or of Si. tic.r.te's i'hurih. Montreal. wn= :; (i. 15. .Martell. as rector of Windsor. X (s  M^ajor Thus. Taylor. M.C.. of Moosl-nun. wa.- killed i:i action. His lather \v,- formerly superintendent- of (he N-'rthve-t Mounted Police and m th- Yukon in the, early days. iPt -hi;lor is now de-�.�� d inn hi. uiiii'in-r live* at Corpus Chris!!. Texas T!;e M. !..niKiiln Votor Company, l.:n;:'ed. ,!:,> i'bcvrolet Motor ('(.in-V.iny, Limited and the (ieneral Motor-. Limit'!. of M-h, have decld-el to *>ji hitn Sreds of ships this e-v my ,tiler's :.i ii.ivc sunk hy sub-nrir:::"i. The n:.ip wan issued as pro-;ia;;..r.d!� in tjermany. 'i'h.i:!> >!.. 1 �u.-,..-s'.s that the map !.. it-.-d -i� a lor reparation. happy." He was invalided home, but hopes to return in a short tinir. and1 help finish. i The first snow storm of the season! frmni I.">. and wont overseas the same year, spent some time in Knrrland. and on belnt; transferred to Prance was attached to the railway corps, where he spin: three years in. as he calls it. "the greatest organization in tho world. It is buildliiK railways-ninniug railways- hrinRint; up the supplies and generally keepltiR everyihlnR going. We are always in the open, and subject to fire from all sides, and also from the air. but we know we are working' for a i;rea.t cause and that is what, keeps the men up. Tommy says "Buy Victory Ponds, send tho boys l.jttors. send them parcels, send thefa anylhins from li.uue. t*�i>>* always divide up, and are ever I he - ai s-the wa i ......... ,,, .-,'ili came on Tuesday, lasiini; from S to ;l p.m. The Kl'ound belli): warm snow melted as ii fell, but the i lure was sufficient to help wi-t soil for crops next year. "We are nearer Macleod than were last week." said .1 Ploughman of Heaver Heights. "The auto iniuc..; us tq market and home �i;.iin lit half a day. as we always- took a (nil day. pnd belnK ofu-ii lon.ner." Mr i'hiin:li man speaks oi the entile and h.r-i'-as helm: In fine shape for win' � r. Tl:.-y have plenty of f-eil and pa-.:tv.r" - "�> very Rood, as the lale rains i;.ivi good Rrowtli of Kruss in the liill> Thin week tli'To have been ropor several new c.i.ies ot flu'. Krum parts of the disuiii a feiv cast heard of. .Vutsrs .ire siano The I.O.HI-: atid Iteil Cr..:-.s are teellns 'he "ffeet ; of tie- inflii'ii/.a. a . many workers have it in tio ir homos. Others ii'.'i- iiur-iin; their i.?tmr-. i'hose able to work are busy pivpar- 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 ft Mason & Risch Player Piano. With it in your home, every member of your family ciui play any clans of music opera, danco, popular, the old or new war pieces. You can fiftiK the nonRH yott like best and pluy your own accompaniments. Cnmo in and hear Ibis marvellous instrument-try it yourself -play Home of the latest musical hits. A champion In the bargain ' line came to tie yesterday In part payment for ,i new Maa-on �. Rtsch Player Piano. Ite a Weser Bros., New York, Piano-an instrument worthy of the money asked asd we'll make good this claim to your full saelsfac-. tlon. It's yours for .., MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FiFTH ST. S. LETHP^IOGE v reap if i iV /OUT $250 ' a :.-d all are itu; the Christmas parcels for the, our local editor is vory fashionable, hoys Over There. May It he last one. | in that he has beon ontorlaininK the S. (l.uithier. v.lio has lived several^ [1' for a period of ttn days, but i^ out. Years on the north side of Walatum ! !'Kilin 1,li's woeU. Our ten-.'hlng staff nro nil employed. liver. we-t of Standofr. has sold bin farm for a price thill is very sal Islac-| some sflling Victory liouds, others lory in him and for which be has nursinft. nnd the balance helping in the hotiKiit anoiber that is near-r mar-j Red Cross work, each and avory ouo ket. school and rlmrcli. ' doitiK their bit in this greut work. Pr.-,m warhortc for years, .ittfl�r>.-.u . ,-;ij::t. ' The r^�aii (jeneraliy i-.\n prvted an a d>-niand to he .� n tho tvrir.� Ittipi The Republican- n-imbe.- of mammal* rap-v. h ilit;:; ,.]son has �.....n on" the most sut'cujisful in :!;� h-.-: r. .if -lie imltt-tty on the B.C. ��a t Nine hiindr.-.; and n!n"ty-n!ne �h.ih  have te � -:i i.o'tureil. the -.- crtt!cii-d th Germany would not be lest severe, the Germans noreriheless sent emissaries prcslder.t'a many notes Th..>r to the aiUari lines ta r�ccir�t the term* which the allies laid down at the Wr iatlle� eooference. This is tha best il � U no ^tirouraKeuiest tu iivrmany in the result. Th� electJon* prove thl! the Arrerican* want to (jive- the Gorman* indication that could bs: front where they are forced to accept Every day brings the German armies on tho west neirer the brink of absolute disaster. Thursday morning ity, ran undoubtedly depend upon dispatches tell of tbe general advance majority, of the allies. The Americans on Wednesday were within *l* luile* of Saltan. The >"reneh have captured the Important strategic centre* of Bethel and Vervlns, while- at Valenciennes tbe British have reached th� Belgian border. In Belgium the allied forces operating there are fighting in Mr of th.. most wide-- m-n in British ';'�. die.j o!/ In 1 ;�=�!� b'.s i nmpany sold � .-��-! of hu;,! hi J'oint Grey to the m Ul i-rnttifiit for f'i.>",\\ >�'>. i'ritcs �a.s horn In New Bruns-in 1S.72. W'iiiie tho rienate ar.I Uou-e of Representatives are likely to he |je publican. President Wi'.-on. in an aK-sri-^-iive *ar and reii a ty. Tbrt President ha* antSRojyi*d many People by hu autocratic methods. Me was itu ii.'.t-.i t.� hr dictatorijXflnd i-ven mui.% ... :u, roiio*ers res�nt�t)!�'! in iietlci'i. He was previously re-(KCti-d Hlis-,i!ii; He helongo.1 to tho S.-afn:th lliirhlander^ of Vancouver before the war. The Sun and Time.-, of Owen Sound have, umatgamat.-d. The two news-paperi wuro formerly political oppon-in:.. Th- Sun being Liberal and The Times Conservative. The new publication einiorses tho Union Government, but on .ii. iunt of the* uncertainty of the party alignment after the war do.--, not . ummW Itself to any political ulleginuce. Major A. P. Buiian died at Wiuutpeg of |.tieum-):ii.i. followii;^ iniluc-iua. He h.i'l only returned homo, from overseas de ic.f-i: on fur'oiiifii. He leaves a wl.tow, ii daiiKhter of .1. !' Bobeilson, former eiirlinc sec irtary. I'revious to a..i!i,' overseas >u if'I'i with tho Htlii B.-.t1in. Major Ituttan whs western m.i!.:.i/er,of James Iticliardaou and Son (ir.iin i'� ake Sure Canada! the most drastic armUtiee tern: CCTTINO MORE OUT Or THC Ml SIN Australia did not h�vc to to compulsory measures to raise ita recent war loan, hut it threatened to j the they eecm to indicate by then-votes that they would ju.-.i as soon ho | didn't usurp too much powor. , f | The I'ort Hope Guide gays "you ' seldom find a tight-wad at an auction sak-.-' Tho Onliia Packet adds: -hu. � riptiom; to 'lie eluded: Win. Wilson, irsMirook Bros.. Ltd., i America Assurance io ao, |f tHe amount asked for wa* not "Would it not be more correct to say eubaeribe*.voluntarily, a year ago . thal an auctllin sale u tUv ,iniy p,afe New ZeaUad resorted to a scheme o! where the averag., tigbt-w^d' ioo.-ens ompulsory contributions. I up?'' The "alacker1- man ot means exists ttrarywhere, and it Is aggravating to Beet this individual and find that be refuses to invest a cent in his qouu- One of Use allied terms demanded of Germans is "If you can't pay, Uon't fight" And out- of tho demands on tfjr'b great stake in tbe war. That ; Canadians �u home is "If you don't elasi of elUaen should be reached by compulsory* methods; we mean the map of known financial resources, who deliberately refuses to take out a boad Jut .because he is downright Man,. - Wa may be too prone some-tlBM |q criticise a man for not sub-acrlbipa; eritltout full knowledge of his reaouroes, bat' where a man'a worldly fssJUtH sjltseiraMr we'1 known to be Itlia) t�4l to subscribe. Wo have fight, pay."' Both of ->vhieh are �iu>ie correct. But thc-re is a lot more iu doing the part Canadians are being asked to do these day- Lethbridge seemed to lag along tor a ttw dayn, and then with a Hjniri went over the top in the Victors i^oan drive. We dldIl't sny a word, but sawed wood until we had flag and crown and quota and everything else in sight. That was one timu wo'put it over Calgary without blowing any horns about it. !!U* "loroato Vie'ory !>ian i! I.'il.. t:"i,......; i!".l'm�l,i; lirill- . l:',0'io; W.--le:ii Assurance Co,, {j;.o >>,,(i i'nutiii-'tiiii) Life Insurance Company, Jlfoti.uon; h'xeel^lor \Mn In-Hur.i'e Co.. $:iou/ii>�i; National l.ife Ass l: .nice Co., &':*i",ol>i>; Commeri'ial Traveller.-:' Association o! Canada, lloooiHr (';tn;idian 1'afik of Commi.-rce I'eini'iu Kimd, *,l.",o,ni>(). * - Sir Auckland Gt-ddes ha.-, been appointed president of the local government board. Ho will remain head of rhe ministry of national service. William iiiives Fisher, who was president o: tbe local government board, has been appointed chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, a post iiedd by Lord Ut-averbrook, who resigned recently on account of ill health. Mr. i'ishi r will receive a peerage. Thus. S. MacLeod an old timer of the Retina, district. Is dead. IBs was alitor eighty years oi age, and riealii was due lo iii.tiirul 'ausee'. Ho was ill only about one day He was bom in Scotland about eighty years ago, ivin ked in n bank as a lad, sailed tfio m-vi-n hens duriui', his ieen age, was seiileil on a farm near Barrie, Ont, and married when twenty ono years ot huc. He came west ami took up a homestead near Sintaluta about thirty years ago. but gave his attontion and j energy to Hie mission work of tho j 1'rw hyterian chinch iu tht� Proviuo* uj SusiwiicIh,rt-tax Belgium and Germany He as close together as Alberta rnd Saskatchewan. Belgium has, or had, approximately the same popula-�ion as Cart^.da. Bslfcium wanted only to he ;.-ft ?.n pe \cc. But she was in .he path r>*' "German r.^es-rity." Al*ho?tgh she fought ..ff the invr-.rie--'s with wonderful courser, she could not withstand the German ho; J cr,. At this time, vhtii Canadians arc being rts'i-d to lend their money to their country ar good bit crest and on unexcelled secur .�:�/-it is well to lenov.' what has become of the savings and posaescions of the Eeltj'an people since the Gerrn-.-'Rii moved in, he-'iuise there is no reason to think that Germany would ireat us any better. Von Bi&ring from December 10th, lyi4, to June lOth.lOK u xcdBelgium to the extent of 4-11 million dol'.arB. i La*it year the Germans took from Belgium every machine, c veiy srrap of iron, steel mid c-irper that could be founi. Ihcy drove off Btlf>f.i hri o.' cit-le to Gcnr.any o.:id r;tH'.* i.3v.- Bci-' gui-i crcips. Tiie Belgian Government has a record cf 43,200 houses destroyed since the invasion. In. theft-h of various kinds, in destrucl:io'i of projx;rty, in taxes which go to Germany for the upkeep of t)v. German army, the Bil",iun \.,iii),U00,O00, u greater sum thftt C.anacU.'s .i-'nonal .-jrifi war t::-bt combined, and this robbery is still :ng on. That is the money side of the German invasion. The other : ide ii. too awful to contemplate th- bhooting of old and de fence i^ss people, the rape of women, the enslavement, the torture of mind and body that Germany has inflicted on the Belgian people is beyond printable description. --. / -    ... it is v. save Canada from a like fate that our armies are fighting. Germany is not yet beaten. One recent estimate give* Germany still 4,000,000 fighting men on the Western front. Until this army is driven back to German soil, crushed, our lives, our homes, our freedom and our poaceacionii are in danger. *aa~ Make sure, Canada! If we remain steadfaat in the field and at home we can defeat Germany and escape the fate of Belgium. , - Canada's army is increasing its effort8 - every man of them! " s Back up our army. Buy onds 1918 IimmkJ by C�n�dt:'� Victory Loan C oimiuttoe in co-opci.itijn-./ilh tbe Minister oi I induce of the Dominion oi Caiui'U ;