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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I.im?BRlDGE. r |)r^^ Derate DAILY AHOWilKtV |>r�|iH�t5i� nni PubllfhtN thc LBTHaHIOOtHERAi;c pbint-ll�0;��5ll�ANY. umiteo -S8S Mjh lr��itl�euth, Ltthbrltfg* *,W. A. Biiehanan jPnaident and Mana�lii� Director Jdhn" Tdnanoe - - BuslnesB Manager TEtePHONES ciitoHai---- Office 12S2 1224 .16 DaUy� delivered, per' week . A, pajly, delivered, per year ...'...$7.50 IJaltly, by mall, per year........J4.00 :,W!�eWy.\by niall, per year......�1.50 ryi^eMy, by mall, per year to U.S. � $2.00 J^t9t expiry et ertacrjptions ap-Pfar dally on addresi label. Accept-S{^c(B{Ot papers after expiration date is oiir authority to continue Ih'e subscription. YOUR ; business' The^ allied i^enerals are at-' tendinB to the military business of winning the war. The Allied statesmen are' attending to the diplonriatie business. � Your business, Mr. Canadians citizen, Is to buy Victory bonds. The' generals and' the statesmen cannot do their work unless you . do yours. Buy bonds, and buy your fulJ share! Don't ait back expecting other men to win the war for you and to hand you the fruits of victory on a platter.-Winnipeg Free, , Press. SEVERAl DEATHS Influenza Victims Increasf-rrEn-forcing Mask Order--LeaBes Golden West Mipe itt-i!. PROFITABLE PATRIOTISM : If the terma of the Victory Loan iWere less favorable to the investor,,the'money roquired shoull'bo . vfertliwtmini. The patriotic aplrtt of ,tlM>eoantry''�lwuid .roepond to : ihe can oven if It required some ^aorniee. Biif In thia case patri-tioiH-omf profit are combined in {ian'MHMiial dogtoo. Tiie rate of :v^#iiiliroe mucii ao ttiat the Mln-prottx eartain to have too iniwh.'Xartainly the inducemenU :;.i*a^^'iiive8term.ail that any-kody'cao aoaaonably oak. Five aifdbp-half ^r.,1n^ W��tfiaei� -Xv- ' -  r-\ � ^;'Ru�sUi ti^pj^.!& UiobniCa -iikaeiua^aut^iMeanae thoy ilaod wlti � *e''"lWtol!iHoiiiS^; "order to ^sj^^tlie BSffQlaesa,! ^, isl^ to-th�%IliedtPoireni. '/Oia =|iut . The ,rpV9^irfipii)jrie|_ hj^i [^iltij^.tf^-h*K�i�vfr^.ik� 'throne Wd ' p^^�fuiy*lo deatiaod to be aBb*iibllc. ^;;ft'^Q^']l6t go to pieces u.Bnas'ia bag .if|NB^>for. tbe doattaiea ot tho natloB :^e�|^�to;^ In thb taaada of saner and fK;r(^^�'ieveMMa4ed iMden than -was thev^aae In Bnaala. 7^ KdaeriMican tie war irlth ^e ^VV^ ifii Tio^r, at air rate, and that WM.{^.il?ree the powerful SoolaUet etomant into unison with the war party} ln> a wvtanned defensive war. 1, ft'; B� thinght that *r f� dttteg he wnld 'i(ttl�4fco�moveBiSBt for greater dea-zpctfofi sweaeded well up until tati^ 1^0 Oorman people blindly fol-fainl|i'ttS>ar loifla ud iUnUnt ihat : oat 0^ tfa^ war would come a doiaiaant Q^i^tinr. Tf*A up on lies, they nover 'Sniil^iti^thp'^fBAto.,, ."Rie. CMaa ot- the i|irarrWB�4ttrflmted to Rassla, France i�d JMjIIand and the popnUoeJbeU^v-�4. Goiinany waa gotat to win the war i^;ilUjy were told ^^ke little children ai�^:al��Ited It America had no V ftaiy and it It had one, H couldn't get :;acfae�h, _^ '\ K|iBe^s' neaicihie' Cor Rnseia {Mfr-haa to awaUow himself. The '^^ifetrjb^lwi boa, arrived. The - ^ji^^oklig for a ptace to rest :>j|Il9''eventual resting place itB the "most desolate, wretch-:the face of the earth,'so '^-�V;*i�^4tof>tjia intui-e he ally proclaimed s. republic wi^h Deputy Ebert, socialist leader, as'regent and chancellor, Thus'fias retributioi^ overtaken the Kaiser, the man w^o, above all otliers, was responsible for failltarlam in Germany, and therefore responsible for this war. The retribution has been s^ift. His action is acknowledgment by him ot the utter defeat o� the powers of might in which, for more than four years, he has reposed his confidence. " Little more could be asked by the allies than has already taken place in Germany. It ie true that we would all like to see the allied armies storm their way to Berlin, and there dictate peace, hut even six months ago the alJdication of the Kaiser was looked upon as a wild hope, almost impossible ot accomplishment. Now it has been accoinpUahed and thus has Germany admitted her utter defeat. On July ISth, 'the Kaiser's armies were at the crest of ' a triumphant wave wliich had pushed the allies back wltSun Bo.mlle? of Paris and "left the British little room for manoeuvye between the battle front and the English OhaimeL ^en came the stroke that showed the wisdom of the action, of the allied governments in pjaciuK supreme army command In the hands of: one,4969;^ and .that nun Marshal jFpch, thev-great French strategician. IJFrom jiily J8,_ jut a little more tliAn (100 daj[B'aKo, the Kaiser's place in theahn;faaB;^been'ateadUy growing dimmer, juidSattiBa^'he pjuued out forever as apoareriOr evil war-riddenr l!�ropei'r.-i.'l-:.''T..-. TEfe'ahdiiatiaa of .the Kaiser is not a btatLtol&plithe aUiea, either. Had .4t.\Mkn!t,jiim ag Taber, Nov. 9.-.Mr. U E, Lund B-A, B.D., i^ecently principal of the Taber ceatral school, has been opernte'l on for apDCudlcitls r^nd is naw^xcnvales-clrjf in the gener.^! hospital Prlii.-is Albert. On Thursday, Nov. 7th, Mrs. A. K.-�\Vinslow passed aM'ay alter a prolonged and severe illness froininllu-ouza and pneuraooin. She leaves a husband and four children to mourn her loss. The fimeral was held the next day, the Rev. Thos. Phllps conducting tho interment" service. This sad news^ade a profound impression upon the community from the 'fact that the infant daughter Of Mr. and iU-s. Wlnslow, aged i months, had succumbed to the same disease two days before the mother. The people of the town ahd neighborhood have given tangible evidence of their sympathy by clubbingtogether to'bear all funeral expenses; Tho new matron-, ot the Taber hospital, Jliss Hunter with Miss Maxwell, nurse, arrived ou Wednesday. Both come from the general hospital, Davidson, Sask. For the past two weeks the coal output at the Canada West mine has been ;' steadily decreasing as-the influenaa hfls spread, with-the,result that on Friday operations were suspended until Tuesday and possibly- longer in the hope that the disease might be brought under control by that time. Non-Mask Wearers. \ Our provlnchil policeman, acting un-'�r Instructions, has been haling be-i^re the iudge- a-number of persons .tho have been neglecting to wear their masks or have-been-laboring un-, def the delusion, that they were meant to be worn as decorative 'kerchiefs around the neck. The cdp who pinches those who are wearing masks that came out of the arlc has not yet arrived in town, but when he does he will have fine pickings. Nick Ko3nihk, an Austrian miner, 30 yeSrs pf age, died of pneumonia in the iiifluenza hospital on'Nov. � 7th, and was buried the fpUgwing dak. Father,McCoy officiating.' A number of members'of the^miners' union were in attendance at th^ fimeral. " A 'Flu Victim. The ?Flu idalmed.another victim on Friday, Nov. 9th, in the person of Dewey Deaa'�'LockaTd,-: age 19 invars. Ix>ckard put up a brave fight �gainst the 'Flu.ia its moJSt malignant form. At one time he seemed to rally after his lungs had been tapped of several auarts of fli^d.- But despite the;best nursing bkill the hospital could ijglve h�. fflhaWy "su'cctimttfed-. t^-the disease. aix'o'blo^f the lydnnif, __ waa cut oi;^.)fcjr tlidl.'&evalUng m>im%,i ne^contjractedKih^ disease some ten days before ln>:tkft|ipi)rsuit ot-hlB oeciii-patinnras .inid^ljtea. > Almost Imp*' diateljrrit df^eloMidxlBto a virutent type, vpaaalili iittoM ^tkge to stage .luif Ul it .onlm^atidtihihls death. EThoii funeral -.wrtfilialii on Monday at .11' �.m., theJbailaaii'^laCeB being closed at thatbonr^batibl respect for the 'de-ceased. Archtai^hstpopular with hii fellow btttdiiesBxinlen' and throughout the whol^ tonn&ualtir and will : he greatly mlaeeiidl.r{.i?trjre Jieartfelt sympathy of aU^itf!^ Taber. by.whom he was well known.and highly esteemed. His off-handed .JnaOjiiet.. Us stralght-fFour Deaths in One Meii-nonite Family rJlCKED up ,in ,Iassing[=, 1 I ^' '"l* '----^- shown this more dearly th^n (the abdication on Satard&T of the Kaiser, whose Plaint th/t'he ruled by divine right was one of the main reasons for the bloodthad of Ihs past four years. v In 1918, remember 1914! The Gennah"; "braves proved to be coVardf, . ^ ' Xbo: rats X are .>l6av4nf -the elnking sWp of-autocracy. �(indr's statue -will n^ake good firewood aow. �> Tlie criminals who flee across boundaries now have royal company tgo. Magratb has made a great record In the loan drive. It is out to win tan crowns. Good wwk,' Magrath. ifTha kaiser and the blunderbund fled froni tha frrath^that was already too cloa�.; . ^. _ "~ ^ Ma^h* you thipk the ipask order is rldicuiofis, but the wise thing is to ohey.tjhejhiw.., Ifthe wearing ot masks for a lupnth by everyone in Leth-bridge wi^ saye only one lite the in-,pPI�X^.lf�c�.wjlllhaye.;been ,w^^ while. ' ^ - -r� .... The funeral jservlce was'^'conduoted oh Sunday, by Bishop Hayne^. ', Atthe board of heajth meeting^held in the council charaberVoh Nov.; 6th the secretary ; was ins^tructed to ;have notices pfirited and posted in public places announcing that the local doctors have vaccine serum for, influenza, and are prepared to icnochlate all tliat desire treatment. The fee agreed npon for a complete treatment, consisting of two' innochlattohs, ii two doUars... The secretary was also instructed to bave printed 500 copies of the clause on disinfection ia the provincial health act. These will be placed in all homes where there Is influenza. "The health officer w�s requested to enforce- rigidly the quarantine regulations and also to see that thc'dis-ihfection of all homes affected is properly carried out. The board of health wls"h to Inform the public that they will be glad to receive contributions in cash as well as in provisions for the upkeep of the temporary hospital. The number of patients in the hospital on Saturday were twenty-seven. Most of these are �n -the road to recovery,., a.nd will soon be released. Four have died since the hospital .has been opened. .Chief Faulds and the staff assleting him deserve much praise for their lin-tfring efforts in looking after the 'Flu patients and in trying to combat the epidemic. Once bitten, twice shy. A burnt child dreads the fire. ^Lest we forget. I Never again a peace celebration in Taber until we know beyond perad-venture where we are at. Montreal, New York, loijdon may go wild over official dispatches signed "Conklin"- whoever he is-but we await a special wire from Foch before we start the fireworks again. Live and learn. * * Leases Mine. Mr, T. M. Watkins has leased the., Goidea West mine and._;i� prepared deliver the best quality 6t lump an^' nuticoal in Southern Alberta, free, of bone-and full weight and at rock hot" torn prjce?; , - V fWe surmise, that the members; pf Grad� XI. in our High schopl. ^epa?jb-,ment must have been raiding"..- the ' principal's hen ooop or rutmlug '^f with his pig on H^UOwe'en, (as jp&'jfe '*>y bis last bulletin iBsyed.ln -ih^ Ta-; ber Tiraeii, ho is irapoaing.-on tjjpm, as I collateral reading ��-ijn-. --llt^rftture; Holmes' 'Iliad,' Tejxnyson's - I'i'assing of Arthur' arid MaOauJay's; 'Pitt,', This. wUl sure keep them > guessipg,^ and teach them thst.-tbe--way 'of the,!trans.-.t| gresspr is hard. Stella Margaret, agcfl .4 years and fl months, only child ofMr.'-and Mrs.^ Charles Pilgrim, died Saturdayr ftftep-. Ino&n after a week's Hlpesa frpro-onflu-.j enia and pneumonia, Vor-- several .lays'the bright young Ufe^^hjung Intbe balance-and. hopes were--entertained to the end for her rerovery-. Jituch ut she is speedily recovering and Hopes to" be out before December 1st. During thO: big wind of Thursday the home of Joseph" Morlow on the west side of the'townttook Are, and as it was-beyond-the;.water line" was burned to the ground-, ^he firefighters did whjit they couU-with .their chemicals, but nothing was: saved and they had no insurance. The 'flu seemjC to-be.inorensing.^with several new caseseajdi day from both town and, cpuntrr.jvAmpng the new ones-are Dr.-At�14 pfj^lavely, who^lias beeur working day ajn.d night,^ iahd was oyerpome wi^l^the tdcvead; diaeaM. 'At the. hospltah^ll ^^^q^'ej ,�ri�4~down but one. Help VsTicoine from the teachers and others from town are doing all they, caii to keepr things going until othjsr nurses arrive. Reach and Co. report about half their sCaff "d'ff from tifiA epldetnic; the' head of thSir grocery'dspartineaf; W. ShteM hM-be'en off all %eek' and with great care taoay return in � few days. The vbank staffs have received'-tnoc-culation,'which may 'dMer 'xnany of them frbm'lJeing latd np. ' In the Mehnonite "colony, -one hoy of nine Tears died during the week. They now report no further cases at present. Tn this'distritt'In ,prie hPhse the.father and three of .^tliechndVen died in one week. ' . � Preparations are being made for a celebratloh that will make the Kaiser wish h^ lived In Macieod atfdwas a resident of Alberta. '  . ' , Preparations for a crop fbr 1919'are stilt going on all ovei-the country, In some pa:rfB ploughing is being 'done, and discing and newly� b'Kflfen prairie land/is general On thieJBlood Reserve uirteir the ^''le management of Agent pUswbrth, over 8OO6 kcres was hnpken during this year and/the tractors are now busy discing in preparation. for next season's crop., and ^ithi/afa ordinary yield will give a; good retuni for: the outlay. The Indian ciwp of wheat for; 1918 was very staall compared with other years, but all'thfe old ground is now in good ahapp- tor the coming season. TH6 Blood Indians are busy mining coal "on the north-east side of their reserve and find a ready sale for all they take out. -Their crop .of bay was extra good for the past season, nearly 15,000 tons, being cut, and theil- n^hboi's. the Piegans have taken many of their stock over to the .Blood reserve for feeding during the coming winter- ..ThesbldSr.?Indians are ve/y hai>]Sr o after a month's illness. Dr. Jas. L. -Stapleton, a London, Ont, phyiteian, died from influenssa.  " R. II. Tanney, well .known citizen, of Fort Qu'Appelle. is dead. Aliiert Monkman, pioneer Winnipeg lawyer, la dead. / Hamlltop iawyei's will raise their fees'- 20 per cent HirrieBt S. Newport, editor of the Deseronto Post, died of pneumonia. Rev. 'FatherJPlacld, a ChathiT'", Ont., priest Who went to France' witii (J. 3. troops, died in France. Dr.. W. T. Stott, thirty-three years president of Franklin College, Franklin; Irid., is deac^ Railways in the U. S. which now pay wages iribnthly are to get orders to pay semi;monthly. Orders �'for 3,000,000,000 cigarettes for the V. S. army have been placed by the War Department. C. E. Stenton, proprietor of the Alberta Hotel, Banff, died from Influen-sa. :' Capt. George Gilbert Brlcker, of Waterloo, Ont^, died of Influenza at Bordeaux, France. The Canadian Pacific Railway Gom-phdy has contributed $17,000,000 to the Viciiwy Loan: J;'-p. � Murphy, Cariboo, pioneer, brother M Ml-. Justice Murphy, of Vancouver, is dead. Gapt. (Dr.) T. R. Guilfoyle, who practiced in Belgrave before the war, died at Witley Camp.-England Rev. J. U. Fisher, B.A.. of Kelfield, Baskatchewan, died at Saskatoon" on Oct. 12, in the fifty-nlnttf year of his age. Ah increase of |10 monthly headed off the threatened strike Of ferry boat workers In New York. i^Three labor men in'Chicago hafe .been found guilty of calling a strike In violation of the Sherman antitrust law. A^h^lkeeper at "Williamsport, Pa., is anestlonliig In the'courts the legality of closing the'saloons during the inllnenza epidemic: The "Ameritean Electric -Railways' Association-decldreid in' favot of Govt ertiment'^^ ownership of traction lines and for a doubled-fare. ^ Seven million tons of coal a year have been saved by industrial plants throngh putting into effect suggestions of the U. 8. Fuel Controller. pp IT EVERY TIME Every time you make a,purchase, go -whsra y�H|' .i .know the Quality is always right; and where'ymi'aiv' /ii^rtaln to get-PULL RETURNS for -every'csBt : spend. � �^ - � ��' �' * -v .r-, �>: Wo waht you to khow that when you'make a purdiaaa at a Mason & Risch Store you are getting Initrumaiita .1 or goods of the HIQHCSf STANDARD AND fll^lTr ' and that our PRICES are the VERY LQWtST.e^ar ; sistent with the quality products we oarry '' -..........-"^ A champion In the hargaln-llne came to iuytfli^iifirr-' part |tBymanVfor':al^l!fyir'4M|a^': on A RIsch Player.,'P}Me^:itt.;.  Plenk a bo. Plifni&ian" Ifiv ' stramerft Wforthy of,�|je mai^; ey asked and we'll maKe goad-1itt!aU0M,^ at'Cam-brai is shown ia st-^Ib^ar'-t^icli i-he Minister of MilitiaJ1ia|j riaoaWed from Major43enaral Sir DaiTM i" WaUon, commanding t^e 4th: iSaaMian Division. .-. \ � . (Buy a VftltioiT Among thfi^wUlllig-.�|!fflrk�fs during, the 'flu epidemic Are'-U^e'Solvation A'r .Av.;C. ^J^an Siiiid'ay-aftferhoori.'' On Sunday Hiornine, Nov. lOth, at it unto Me." .TWO YEARS TO DftMOBILIZE Anierlcan/ITTOops hfe'Va:'Yaar It should be clfearly understood that th^' Caijadian ^Registration Certificates given on June 2?, nt the tirr? of yeneral reffi-h:at>on, in no wayd|efinenthe status of a man under the Military Service A^tV - � " ' RECiULATllONS. "106.. .ISvery .person who em- pI6ys oi- retains In his service any man Who has deserted or Is absent Without leave from the Canadian Bxi)e^ Hundred Dollars �M� St, w>t nibre than Five Htl��r^fB�^,l#r�, or by both mMliimm}' and/ fine, unless-f ^wh tB^ftw prove Utathe ^�i-n^!l^'!�mM'mM b�d no ,^reBsoita1>l*i�|)lW>�l4^t� suspect /.that��'.':t* IWIipfV 'wat.jir;4eBerter. .,Qp-,ii,�i*�f W.'^jjCTP:,. the ' 29 ;