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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta >AQE FOUR -ME DA1L I HEKALIJ SATURDAY, NOVKMBKI. 10. Ib: ietbbribge, jlbcrta AND Dafli. delivered, per week pally, delivered per wj ri ir Wtfkly. by Wtfkly. by null, per by W U.S., JAW TELEPHONll Offlce W. A. President and Managing Director John Torrancu Dales of erpiry cl ap- pear dally on addreai Irtel. Acopl- ance of pipers alter eiplrtlion l> BUT zuUiorli? lo conUniw tii wb- ccrlptlota. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR is anticipated now thirthe vialists, in control in flussis, will ask for au armistice with object of as dfavorlng to complete a separate peace. With KerensUy anil most of ills cabinet under arrest. Ilie siluallon isjcntiroly in control ol ihe Uaiimal- ist element, and it is etoa said lliat a caulnet has been fonmid wilt J-enloe. popularly supposed 10 he a German, at the head. These are iha latest de- in tbe Russian situation es they affect the war. Tlie British offensive In Palestine has developed Into an utter rent ot Inc arinr, and the British are carrying everything before them Jn drive. In Klandera nbiv atlacis have been begun by ihe British. Russia. In the aosence of on Internal crisis ot tier own. Germany's management of her campaign on >ne (ront will deter- mined more by her judgment ot the state of Russian psytkology than by any othtr factor. Before Russian revolution some Americans wnl lo argue (haI Hie cause of ibc, allies was not trio cause ot democracy, becautt. they Hussla. is oaa oC tts allies." tome cf lae more radi- cal Russians want ImiMotale peace are arguing that there can be no gain for world democracy In their fighting by lie tide ot England, France and America "bsciuio Eng- land. Prance, and America are, not democracies." To lit? Red Russians eren France and the United States are oligarchies. says Ruasla Is tired. Usu- ally a tired person, and ve tcetamt a ilred nsllon, too, is ilaj to accept help. When a honsekeexr is, ex- hausted assistance In the form of a domestic II welcomed. If Russia really tired, one would fine' she USING THE WAR AS AN EXCUSE ilany ot us Ibtnk al limes tbat war is merely an excuse for certain In- creases in the cost of llrinf. Some increases are warranted by war con- ditions, but other increases are mere- ly rnide because tie war offers i good excuse. A recent Issue of Ufi contained the following, which per- fectly Interprets our meaning: Bottles of honey that. have sold for years at Iwealy-five cents Ibe bot- tle are now sold at thirty-live cents tne bottle- Tbe eiplanallon of this phenomenon has not yel been issued. When It H will probably run iblnj aa follows; "Owing to' the war, large numbers'of flower gardeaa hare would ask tor help from Ibe allied nations. 11 seemi, however, tbat Rus- sia dwin't want help, not men at any rale. .An American recently visil- Ins Rugsla inquired from prominent Rusiians If m American army Is de- sired to assist 'Russia and Invariably the answer wai "No." Rodzlanka, Ibe former leader of the Duma, said: "We _bave plenty of men. All we need from Ihe United Stales Is money and supplies.! t t'aul JlllyuSov. tbe'flrst minister of foreign'affairs iu the provisional gov- ernment, ueed almost the same words. Bald he: bare all the men we need. ive want yon Americans to give us Is money and inaterials." Alexander Guchkoif, who resigned as mlnlsler of war when Milyufcov re- signed foreign minister, was even more discouraging. His italtment was: r "America can belp Russia only by sing i friend, by being sympathetic. Russia's greatest need li brains. We ieed technical experts. But we havo enppgh of pnr own If we will but use them. Of course we don't need Am- erica'a aoldlen." Tereichenko, the preient mlnrtter oj foreign affairs, said: your 'soldiers to France, :bere they are needed. We have plenty." These' opinions were offered, of PICKED UP Ltent. J4ovd Blahopric. a member ot a well-known Edmonton family, has been killed In of Nelson city firemen vere Increased by per month.. A patent hat been granted for a laud on which a wrist waten, can be hunt on to iorre u 4 docS. Irving T. Buib, founder and hud of the Bush Terminal company, York, has become chief eiecutlre the New York Port War Board. Dr. J. Edwards announces that he has no Intention ol resigning as Conservative candidate for Frontenae lo allow hit conttltuenta to meet and Dominate a union candidate. -Food Controller Hanna, acknowledging t communication from Uie Montreal City Council approving of la the oleomargarine ques-Hon. said he was considering 'tiling a price for margarine as was suggested by ihe council. A wreck occurred at .Sleltler'when a'SeaTitrradeti Canadian Pacific Que.. was nominated at a UU eral convention as lie parly date for Benhler. R. C. Henders, president ol the Man Itoba Grain Growers, unanimous ly chosen as the union candidate foi Macdouald at a convention hold aj Carman, Sask. According to the litest returns, sayi Reuter's Aeencj-, there were In July last woaieu employed In the manufacture ,o( munitions .In Greai llrllaln, as against In July 1S15, an Increase of per cent, j Tho Austrian government has .for lildden the introduction of all SKki newspapers Into Austria, even Includ Ing those published In the German language, aud Is pirreDtlug the send big to foreign tountrles of Austrian papers In Vienna under the strict cou Irol of the military authorities. lhal city In April, 1912. lie1 wtis itronioled (o tho rauk of colouol lii Nsy. 1910. price of sugar to tlielr customer! dur- Lac the past, mouta are .tip._ -Proper advuntaKe ,of the present Lenv shortage iaud exacting au uu- profit. Such IE the elfect of a hy lUe foo4 witrol- W. Oul was f no ejcMseror retail lojlay bo- r- blg'aer than mth or for the month of September Ibe prices ot sugar In all part; of Caaada were between 10 aud 11 cents per pound. J. lladtanfld, Coawriillve, In Vole being. MacDocald 11 c- (u Liberal, been replaced wHh gardens. This has'necessitated a great Increase of! on tia part of the beei. It ten hours Lo.'gather honey "which could toe gathend'.in-atl tie War. Contemplation of Ihe bees eijra." labor by "lae bet farmers 'makes 'the bee farmers tired-that Iney'sre only, able lo w .seven ttpim! where they- formerly worked which are "ihus'.lost must "therefore be paid for bees, and'this can only b'e done'by'raising the price of honey. Hence Ihe, ten-cent-bGpsl.' 'When l inan sees, a neighbor squeezing ejlra irioney'out-ol.lhe. proletariat, he sel ilo'm allows a little thing like a lie lo prevent him from doing some soneez- l_l_ '___ ing of, his own. course., aeveral months prior to Ker- ensky'i declaration that Ruseia was tired.' Maybe Russia, and the leading have changed their minds In 'tke'ineantlme.''.'. miser helps tie Kaiser. Mate your, money Vic- tory Hpadi. If you can't I Buy Victory Bonds.. See lhal Victory Bonds are In avery home. Hare you boDffel yoors? TOWARD'RUSSIA Slpcc. Russia is so.shattered by in- ternal troubles why. doesn't Germany torce.a separate jieace by completely "mislcring Russia? GcrjBans.havc.tp dcci.de wheth- not they cessary men. and ammunition further gains which they rolsbl.make IB Russia. 11 is not only the men V needed to carry out fba advance who must be'considered; there Is question uf Ihe men needed lo bold a broader fronf and a longer line of .coraniDnlcatloai. KeVertheless, Ihe .control'ot the up_io'Pctrs- ,-i grafl must be a tremcndoui'plum to German eve's. This mlgil fee gained either by driving slralght slab capilal or by striving for a slfa- leglc foothold on Ibe Petrograd-Mos- corr thus cnlllng off the ,l-, capilal Irom many Interior sources of supply and reducing Petrograd by a eorl of siege. With the whole eastern Balllc littoral In her grip, we'may imagine Germany granting Finland In- dependence under Teutonic protection Y working on the pro-Germ parties and Htreden that mlgbl.be broughl Into the vJ Gerrajtt Thence it would be more for German; to ij gain (hei active aid of Denmark and lo! how the aspect or the fils'is be chanjed! A? (Jfls spu'rid like i dream! Well, Vt jp "s hSpe never bo rriore tisn Af. i 'helr mlnd ttifrja Irr gains In or nol lie Otrwtans are obliged lo con- If you can't go acrosa, come across Victory Bonds. Soldiers give their end their Money. Buy Victory Bondi He also IljhU who helps a lighter Bonds.' Slacd behind tbe men beblnd Ibe YIctoTT, Bonds. Buy a Baby Victory Bond tor Baby Have you baucbi yonre? Turn your Dollars Into Bnlltii Buy; Victory Bonds. The Safest Investment la Ibe -Victory iBonda. i PRAISEFi lidrr! Rnjiiai Jrtycbology. Has Hua (hit; dttmm 'armlej can njwiS at will wllbonl dwakenlnf rei'ijUnce" there.'itlll 9. (Via Renter's 0 Iswa Rlfht Hon. Bona Law, chancellor of the eicheque speaking on war t'sf.t >1 Mancnejle Bald that the moft'lrnportaat actlvlt 't Iht civil population. was the-qu Ion of finance, whlca vaa. the ton datlpn of everythlni'- Money, ha Hid tbe root of all national error and It that failed everything failed chinttllor paid a handton tribute lo the gallantry of the (6n troon, pajichendaele. He d clarW In broken tones tbat wfcen lh empire came (utcesilully t a rough lh conflict, Uallipoll r.-ould U ttcre ground became of the dead-whdi .thii' had no English blood it, his ynJ TM Ebgllsh hid ffiagi.anlffiduslJ (1 en ptalie u, of Dominion abldlsrf ourlfai eat fliolfrij (o our Dominion folio belle? ho little Iniln Ihern waa In that tM thin Ihe dominion comradei by side with Ihoie fro train was within ,a halt UaTpf Stettler.depoL Seven cafj left The minister of finance bas Issued e badly new Instruction In connection with ur of them'pemg overturned. Tlie'lhe victory bonds Mhlch will be of 'Is and ties for some distance were much benefit and importance to many n up and Uie roadbed suffered con-. small Investors. He bas decided lo lerably. .None of tbe train creif Ihe privilege of Ifie regUtrallou Injured. of all bonds, that Is to say that bonds of all denominations. Including 'tho capturing, the seat, Ihe ,'govenuae'at hai increased Its majority In .the le'glt- latura. tioia .our to' sir. parties K'll Conservatlvea, )S; I.lbernls, 12, MacDpnaM made a gala 'of 59 In bis home poll ot St. PeterSi Bay, Bonds A Safe; Investment LANTERNS 'I COLD BLASf, We each WHILE THEY co. A mail will leavo Fort Mclturray for rt JlcPheraoh, Fort Resolution and [er' intermediate points on the acKenile rlfer 1. It will be ceuary for the p'ubllc to mall cor- spondence Intended for dispatch so to reach Edmonton before Novem- r 23. As there must necessarily bo Iralt to the quantity ot mall mailer spslched, preference will be. given to registered letters, second lo rdlnary letters, and it possible lo ipatch other classes of mail malter. regiatered will receive tlrsl nslderatfon according to'date of stlns. The public must Veep In hd that this Is Ihe mall which Ul be dispatched to points north of rt Simpson until next summer.' near Kenora'Laho, j h ol .Minden. Onl. (SO bond. ,mar regUlercd as'la principal aud'in'terest. Charles Wasnidge. of Grimsby. died aa a result of being accidentally-shot by Mack Woods, of Dundas, Out. The men were hunting wenly miles north Woods was but a few yards behind, and in reloading his rifle accidentally discharged tho bullet, hitting Was- nidge In tilD back.. Tha victim of the accident was 3S years of age and un- married. nr.oc'rstooJ that Brlg.-Gen. E. C. '.lo Filth Division over- seas, has been appointed acting ad- jutant-general. In succession .to 3la- lor-Geueral. S-i C. Mewbarn, now min- ister of mllllU. Ashton, BOM home is in BranltoroYwas for- rnerlr major ol lie Mud Balterr, or- A? Specjiiltiy _ 'Not-a Side- Issue Jlusital'Instrunienls are a good elvo you a and we speHallie on havlnit-what'Is. i for you. Visit our amall.musical Instrument depart- knoiv that In compeUIIon vrltli olicr ealalilbhments, can glre you more honcet value, more qualily, and moro genuine aaUsfaclIon for your uollara. We' want you to come desire you lo aee for younelf. Mason Risch, Limited BALMORAL BLOCK "The Ifomr y'tlic i FIFTH ST. S. Oar.Own Corraponfltnll Noblefofd, NOT. of Ija Noble, the president of en's Inslilufea of Alberta, which plsce last Saturday Ibe 3rd, Init. waa Tery much, enjoyed by all who able to atiend. Tie. president the local branch', iire. C, S.; Noble, ealded over a very good, attendance id exceptional Interest was taken in IBS Noble's addrai.vSuch. meetings ill be Ihe miana of brtnttae In a number ol new members. W. Isaac o! NoWeford, hai reeeJTeil e following leller from Mlas am, secretary of the Alberta branch tbe Canadian Red Cross sorfety- e beg to with thukt, our cbeqiie lo'r 133.50, being pro- erds of a dance held at Kebo onae on October' the J 16th for tbe nuds of the BritKh Bed CrOM. re very grateful IndMd to all ,who a anything fo and success ol.tb'U effort, and iist that yon will aa far is sowlble, xpress lo ihera, our appreciation of hclrisympalhy and JIIss Ncble while staying here was guest at the Koue. Mr. and Mrs. "of Letbbrldge, aid a brief vtolt to Mr. land Mrs. iarrls'on Sunday.' V -Mr. Ebberly.'whd bas been yrompfed the Dianagersbill "ank al Monarch, look up'bla new uties on November the.2nd, Mr. McKelvIe of Lethbrtfge, bas jcn appointed as teller In the local ranch of Ihe' Mercbanla back. U Is Intended lo bold a-large public meeting (n tbe achool'boaae here on londay the 25tb Inst., under the auc- Ices of Ihe National Conned of Ibe .M.C.A. of Canada, when Captain esraon, who li one ot tbelr Overseas will (Ire an address on he war allnatlon. Capt. PeariOu alls from Toronto and went to Eng- and with tbe original Flrtt Canadian Xvlslon, In Septeniber 1914, and was ent to France ffve'' nuratha' ;Jn ad ance ol the Canadian .iroopa to cs abllab Y.M.C.A- bronjh all Ihe important baltlei dur- Ibe flrsl two yeara of tbe war and returned home same montba ago as physically unfit, .suffering frdm hell shock and a brokeQ ankle. After being released by the Canadlin Mcfll cal.Dosrd._Capt. Pearson was given special facilities In order lo tell the story of his eiperlences to Ibe Cana dlan people, and be has appeared' In every Canadian city from Halltai lo Vancouver. The alory thai Capl. Pear in will tell Is not oue'conMra.'nj thn political fealurea of th'e war, but plajn flmple llory, wllbout alttrtp at oratory, ot the bardtblpi and.dlfll cpltfea encountered by the Canadian In France. At (he annual meeting of the Red Crou which wai held last week th following were elecled as olllcers fo the coming Presldcril! -Mrs. J A. Leslie; Mr. J. H. Mi and Mcrelary', MIsi Mclritosh. A port ot Ibe work that bail been dfai the past year was givsn an was considered very satisfactory. letter which had been received iroi Mlaa Plnkham regarding Ibe Drills Red Cross day and which Is it fo lowe, was read: Mr Leslie, I beg to acknowledge wit thanks receipt of your It-tlsr IJlli, encloilng Die splendid donallo 61 nil hundred and 4fgftt-one ilullir ilfty.-llye'centi, from the ,VpW ford branch for Ibe Bfltlah 'Our Day htrewlih efflclal'receipt. niosl.grit WJH.lnoje wfro collected IB ypi (b.f bank' 111 en j-o'rf will ffnd some way of Ulorllf- We Ihlnk yott hare'Jert reaton (o be. proud ol Hie response' In 18 Get Behind the Ford and Drive TRY it just once! Ask yobr friend to let you "pHot" his car on an open stretch. You'll like itj and will be surprised how anddriyei> of d eveij and enjoyirirf'it; A Ford (5tops arid 'nal ease and .smoothness, while on aii'd ppwer show to advantage. -3EJ'ny Ford -you will want to. Jew behind "tbe wheel" Touring- .4 -i970 -Dealers, Lethbridge Z. N. SfCOUSON, Raymond ;