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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tj"' niE LETHBIjrocS^.,DAILY HERALD 5^ '^*M?Ht"��>�eHeilALD PRINT. �''""'�'iLs'''-i'*'-'- - ' Buchanan ' Managing Director J*M Torraateg, JBualnegs Manager �^ialhaai^oi^^^r Mtertal Oflfca iv........ 1252 1224 ^ SubacHptien Ratei: .15 ,DAU]r,,.4(aivered!,per year......?7.50 Iiailjr�ipy i^all, flisr year........$4.00 VeMn byjnaU, per year......11.50 W��|!Ply, by mail, per year to U.S..f2.00 . Dtl^B of expiry ot'subscriptions ap-]P4Mr daily 01^'address label. Aca�pt)>f^all. aQifr that ppiut totlfy lh� clegoaits.are ; ^ Igr^f 2 tfiaii 4yar-_lMfere"- in the ' hl8ta^'!W;'CMadli�i> banking."- Hi y;-rP. Jen�itchailmlan�f Victory'7iJoan Campaign Advisory Cammmoc. OFTHg^�VAR � THE NEARER THE PEACE TMeBETTEJ* THE BOND .Nobody'iaila-mora completely-to graap the financial situation than the man who says; "Peace aeema hear, so I will buy no Victory Bonds." Tlie rate of Interest which Victory Bonda pVy is a war rate. There ia no reason to believe that Government bonds Issued in peace timea will bear any .such rate of Interest as S'/z per cent., free from taxation. So when peace comes the position of the man who has Invested In Victory Bonda will be this. Whatever induatrlal upheaval there may be, he will have a gilt-edged security-a securhy backed by all the assets of Canada, her fields and her forests and her mines apd her fisheries; assets which are etltl there and atlll goodKho matter what happens. Moreover, he will have a security which will pay a higher rate of In-terea^ all things conaidered, than after-the-war securities of similar stability. That means, It will increaae in value. Just as a house would increase in value, if leased for a long term of years at a higher rental than similar' heuaea could command. 1^0 sympathy with, tliat iype of creature a\ all. rTlte more difficult it is inade for  him to hoard his wealth, the bettet pleased we will be. A LONG ROPe AND^ A STRONG RiOPE CANADA IS OUT TO LA880Q THE HUN AS HE BEATS HIS WAV BACK TO 6ERMANY ' Cartoon drawn tor the Dominion (Victory lioan Committee Ijy .James Frl^e, the clever Canadian artlat. fJICKEOqPIN ASSINGI==I --^ . � FOR THB BITsr MAN THE.:ELECTtONS' ' ACROSS TJ^E LINE The reitfl'ts orth�-elecUon8 in the ynited ^tateaio not moan that ttke, people ar^>.aSsatisfied with President \Vilson'8' cottrse in the Var, though they. dQ mean ^hat the people-over thepsvUl back.him up to the limrt in wr:j measures. . President Wilson antagonized some 'moderate Republicans by malung the I campaign purely partisan. Consequently tbe Republicans of all^ stripes went out after the Democratic hide. It was here the President made a mistake. Rtather he should have ask- ^^?|^maa^ aMtetice delegation 'mehi^iW^'WjJIeri fPon on Wednes- ed for the election o*-aU strongly pro-day alilit aniL'^oM was sent them I war candidates irrespective of party, that tl^mlglifxTOsa In the region of' - {Bifi||a.^i^.pab4^4etInittBlrinto the iandylpt tlA^^vett'oh this week. The deteg�tipn wks exacted to meet Gen-fral(il0n^o Focb at jlaybreak this morn- Wtaatlter or ifltf'fi^e Germane will ficept^^&'ilil^'lit^^'�:e jfaached ,tlie Belgian bordeit^:-In Belgium the allied forces operattng t^ere. ilije.:tighting 'in the ontakirta 'ot Ghent .which Is due to fill a^||.m|pute. ''Thus 'between Ghent and l^^ihe avenue; of .escape tor ^ the German armyure being.narrowed ; The warla the only issue. Making 4liPj.^----. , . _ ,y ^ � �n",foi�c�.,i-.n�T;^ iiarlneb: The.map \yas issued/as^pro-campaigi partisan endangered-Demo- ^^^^^^ propaganda in" Gferfflany. cratlc prbspecilk ;tor diere were a lot of Democratic representatives who were weak on the war., at the beginning and the people were waiting to get & crac^;at them. Champ Clark, warhorae fbr �years, suffered on^that accountf * \ " The result generally can be interpreted as a demand to be even more exacting in the Pterins imposed upon Germany, The; Republicans cried for a dictated peace and criticized the President's ma'tay notes. There Is no encouragement to. Germany in the result The elections prove that the Americans want to give the Germans an everlasting sound punishment. While the VSehate and House of Representatives are 4ikely to be Republican, President Wilson, in an aggressive war gnd reconitruction policy, can un^filabtedly depend ^pon a m^oilty. i;: Vy i The Presia^nt^as antaggjiiaed inany^ people by his autocratic methods. He' was inclined to be dictatoriaL^d even many of bis; toUo were - resented that; characteristic,'; v.' � ',' - * � ' Doughniits m|^, be^caliad sinkers, but they saem to coine tilgb when food board sleuths come to town. The Oalgary bond sellers now have Uie dnspiratioff'of Lethbridge to urge dow|j,ivrt^e-^l!lalong>theillne the vio-1 them along, so we can expect great � - - - . . - I things of them for the next few days. Ipnt |�io�rrf>ibeing administered by Foch'a:troop8 preclddes any possibility that tlie Ge'rmans wlU be able to' cb-form ilpd 'Stand^on the Meuse. And is the aijnics are^ not In condition to nake^hWrdnous retreat to the "Rhine wlthouVi-iiurther severe losses there appe�i|^^little for the German' high command .to do i>ui to accept ^eyen, the most drastic"* armistice terms: ' GETTINQ.gkKMIE pUT ^ AuftraQft! Hid' nqt 'iCfv^^ cb > reeo rc (p eompuh^oiy >mei|BiMr6a to raise its recent r-ffu^.^Mui, but it threatened to djolflp^jfUMmmo^t asked for was not '^BulbMaJpe^voluntarily. A year ago i^ew zhifai resorted to a scheme d . ^pp^a^l^i^ntriSationa. : V ^e.'j^'s^ker*- man of means exists IJTfly^^iefe? �nd It is- aggravating to �ie�t it|iMi%dividua! and find that be jp�|^^ to;,^veBt a cent In hIa,�}pM->rr'B'1ttrea�''-� on A RIach Playar^PliM.'|tp-� Weaer Bpoa., N*W YffCfi, PI;-ani^an Inatrument worlby of the mo�i�y asked npjl Wlf make, good this claim lb y'diir-full satlafac-, tlon. It's yours for ... I^ASON & RISCH LIMITED BACMORAI. BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. LErHBRlDGB $250 and being often longer." Mr. Plough-�haan speaks of the cattle and horses �a.'belng in fine shape-for winter. They have plenty ot feed and pastures are very good, as the late rains gave a good growth of grass in the hills.  i .,, , ny,^t^^r^,^ This week there have been reporte^ ^"^^ aeverajnew cases of flu'. From air "^^^ mere. -May it d part^^-'oX:-the district, a fe.w cases are,. l>e�ird:vef. Nurses are scarce. . t The IKJiD.B. arid Red Cross are 'feeling the effects of the influenza, as many workers have,it in their homes. years qri the north side of Watatum river, west of Slahdbtf, has sold Ills farm for a prlce;that is very satistac- _____________________,______________, tOi-y to him and for which he has Others aj-o nursing thpiif^neighbors. bought another tha!t is nearer mar- for the Our local editor Ipi^vdry^'fa'aJiipnable , , ____ _______ _____ - be last one. in that he has been �ntertai;iing the S. Gauthier, who has lived-several, flu'for a period of teit days, bfit is out again this week. eels, send - ^. , tfeey always divide up,'-and are ever Those able to-work are bii^ prepar- ket school and cljurch Our teaching staff jire all'^mployed, some spiling Victory: -Po^^ff others nursing, and tbe.b�Iinpe ))el|^Bg in the Red Cross,.^orki ^Bd'0V�fry one doing their bit lir tli(� grtatlwork. The people .of Lethbridge think that Wgadrow/Wllsoit is alright, but across the line they'seemto Indicate by their yo.tes that'th^. would just as soon he didn't usurp too.tniHch powe?. The Port Hope Guide says "you seldom'find a tight-wad at an auction sale." The brUlIa Packet adds: "Would it not be inore correct to say that an auction sale is the only place, wliere the average.'tight-wad' loosens up?" One ot the allied terms demanded, of Germans is "It you can't pay, donM; figllt.V . And .one. of the demands on Canadlan8;jet home Is "If you don't fIght,^ pay.'" Both of wfiiclt are quite (OC^yeqt.,-But there is, a .lot more sat-ist&ietipn im doing the part Canadians are-being asked to "do these days. " Ldtbbrldge seemed to lag along for a f^wjdays, and then with a spurt went over the top In;the Victory Lioan-drive. We'dlflu't ;say, a, word, but sawed t|retl^^%i^H be; wood until we had flag and crown and qvtota- and everything else in sight. That w�)t one i^me we'put it over Calgary without Wowing any horns about it,.:,. ppfj'ed missing. He belpnljod t^'the geaforth Highlanders of' Vancouver, Ijefore the war. . ______ The Sun and Times of"Oweh Sound have amalgamated.....Jbe two newspapers .wwe formerly:pOlitidalppoa.-; ents. The Sun being Liberal 'an^Taief ;,TimeBConser:vativ.^ The new pnbli-';catibji..;endorses the- Union Govpni-ment, but on account of the uncertainty ^ot the party align^^int J after the war does not � commit f^selt to any politlcail allegiance. - ' j' Major A. C. Ruttan died at Winnipeg of pneumonia, following Influenza. He had only returned home trom-overseas one week on furlough. He \leaves a wldow^.a daughter of J.'P. Robertson, former curling secretary. Previous to going overseas in-1916 with the 144th Battalion, Major, Ruttan was western manageriof James Richardson and Son Grain Co. Big "Toronto subscriptions to the Victory Loan included; Wm. Neilson, Ltd., $200,000; SlrstbrookBros., Ltd., $150,000; British America Assurance Co., $250,000; Western Assurance Co;, $250,000; Continental Life Insurance Company, $200,000; Excelsior Life Insurance Co., $300,00fli; Natiopal Life Assurance' Co., $250,01)0; Commercial Travellers' Association, of: Canada, $100,000; Canadian Bank of Commerce Pension Fund, $150,000. % - ' �Sir Auckland Geddes has been appointed president of the local, government board. He .will remain head 'of the ministry of national aervice. William Hayes Fisher, who was pi^esldent of the local government board, has been appointed.,,chancellor. tjf the iiuciy of Lancaster, � a post .hreld by Lord BeaverbrobJ;," who resigned recently On account of ill' Healthl Mr. Fisher will'-receive a peerjsge;'' . ~' ' � -*'' ' * ^ . �^Thps. S. MacLeqd,aft|6ld timer, of .the Regina district, is &ead.,'He was about eighty years-'bf'age, and death was due to natural causea/'He was ill only about qnp day, 'fle-was bom in Scotland abbtit eighty'yo3r8 ago, worked in a bank as a lad, sjailed tjie seven seas during his teen age, was settled on a farm near' Barrie, Ont., and married when twedty-one;years of age. He came-west and tbblt up a homestead near Sintaluta about thirty years ago, but gave his .a^tentlon-^and energy to the mission ,V9rk, of the Presbyterian church in the I^ovino* at SaskatchuwK*, I iBelCpum and-Germany lie 10th,1918,have\axedBelgium as ,close together ias Alberta to the extent of 441 million v^:^ Saskatchewan. dollarsv im has, or'had, ap- La^t year the Germans took; from Belgium every 'machinerey.ery scrap of iron, st'del and copper that could be found. They drove off LHc i/�v". w-i ^^-x,i^t A'.-^i.;.:. Belgian herds of" cattle to sjl^.^"-Although she fought^ ^ and st^lc the Bel-'' s off liic invsdetrs with wonder- ^an .crops. . > ful^Copagc, .she could not Belgian Government vi^^ksmdtht^^ of 43,-200 houses pi;oxiihateiy tiie sanie population as Canada. Belgium want^ only to ^e left m peaos. But she was in the path of "Germai-i r.eces- At this time; wheii Can-ac(ians are bding , as?ied to l^d their money to their d^ttatxy at good intere^^ and on unexcelled security--it is I to Imow what has become Ithc savings and possessions R the Belgian jjeople since tlL^pr: jGemu^QS ,nK>ved in, be-e^iktte there is no reason to th^ik that Germany would treat us any better,' ' Von Qiqfaeinj^ apd Von Fal-' kieitihaius^, Kthc^ 'i:wo German gqiyernqra bf Bflgiuro. from Z>ecei�l3ier lOtb, liil4i;to June the rape of wonaen, the enr slavpnient, \ the torture tif mind and body that Germany has inflicted oh the Be}{|ieifi people is. beyotid printiible description, jo^-f" ^ / p!e have freedom andl^our � poMeNfbf|8 been;robbedof$l,&OD,OaO,000, , are m danger. a greater sum thaix CanadaV national and war debt com- � \'If we rcmj^n steadfast in bihed, and this robbery is still the field and^at home we eaif; going on. defeat Gmrmny and, esdape That is the money side of the fate of pllgium., the German invasion. ' ;, Tbe other side is too awfiil to cohteraplate--the shooting of ol^thefts of various kinds, in destruction of property in takes which go to Germahy Canada's drmy is incr^i^ its efforts-every, manvw themi "'�^ Back up our army. > IwMaci by Canadc'n Victory Loan Committee in co-operatonVith^tbe Minis of thie Dommion of Canada ister ,of I^inqinte I'. I: .1 < ^ 86 ;