Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 14

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 20

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTTRRTDCE DAILY IIEhALT7 tCbc Xctbb^i^flC._Hlbcrta DAILY AND WCCKLY Pronrlttora and Publlthtr* THE LCTHIRIOQt HCHALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMrTED ttS Hh ttrvat South, Lithbrldfl* W. A. auehanan PresM*nt and Managing Director Joka Torraace �>  Business Manager TtLSPHONEft ' uatnaaa Offtea ................ 1252 EtfltaHai Office ............... 1224 Subfcrlption Hate*: Sailr. delivered, per wock.......IB D*ny, .iclh-crod" pnr yoar ......$7.50 Dally, by mail, per year ........54.00 Weekly, by niiil!. per year ......$1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S.,J:.00 Dates o{ expiry ot subscriptions appear dally on address label. Acceptance of pa �rs aft or expiration date is our authority to continue the subscription. then o^udge ye not .(Awarded First Prlie in \'ictory Ix)an Poem Contest) IMnca neither word ot ours can raise. Nor prayer ot ouri restore, (The dear lot! lads of other day;. That legion "gone before." Wow shall we ^dge the yellow gold To beat their fwemcn down. ^UTtere the Red Prussians pitiless hold Sacked city, pillaged town? Put if some faltli of ours could know, Sotnc prayer of ours awake. The dear lost lads of loug ago. That perished for our sake; And at tbe dutk their spirits dim Come whispering sweet and far From Uiat fair land beyond the rim Ot things that mortal are-It such could be, would these not ask (Vague Tolces down the wind) That we should help-fh, humble task- Their comrades left behind? Then grudge we not the yellow gold To beat their foemon down. " iWhore the Red Pniifflans pitiless hold Sacked city, pillaged town, -George H. Mallland Uic greatest crime in the blslury of tlic world. It would appear from a cp.sunl survey of the a.S clauses that there was nothing the allleil wnr council overlooked. It is uunccesssry lo go into a complete explanation of the terms as published. .Tudging by the Interest displayed In the contents by the people ot this part ot the Kmpire they were second only in iiiip from FRONT PaO�^ Today the braggard of Kiirope Is a fugitive, by forced volition deprived of his throne and the power to work further ill. "Tlie Day" which they boasted has dawned for the ex-Kaiser and his military s.TlclIitos, and for the people who nislied with them into the great adventiire for world power, ncr Tag." as they acclaimed it, baa truly come The mad dog of I5urope lias boon t.T!;i;ed. and he and those I wlidiii ho (lr,",v into tile abyss with him \ , linvc. Hkewi^ic. been lagged, and will ! have to pay outraged humanity the i ran.^om for the woes they h.'xvfl inflicted on it. It is the Ur^at Recompense ' which all the laws of justice demand irnin tho,-i> who have defied justice and flontt'il its haruimald, mercy. TUESDAY. NpVEMBER 12, 1J)18 f)ICKED UP IN ASSINGCHZi rOR THE lltJsr MAN , , , , .Vs tlie Hun has sown so shall ho by Germany show how abject s their! � ,. � , . 1 reap T lie armistice is only the ear- nest (if just, lawful, and rightful terms surrender. Quite satisfactory are flic claii,\le. The terms of the armistice are by no moans stringent. by no means drastic. If there Is an er-riag it may be .-^aid to bo on tiie side of leniency, in tlic light that Gr-nuiny, in the spirit and, act in which she carried on the war, forfeited any right which justice and mercy, however strained, could with any respect I tor justice and mercy offer her. On June ;Sth. It'll, a day which, in a literal sense, will ever remain a red financial teparat.ou for the damage ,^ done to Belgium and mnce and the , ^^^^^^ ,j ^-^.^^^^^ l^^.,, low at Sartijevo fe .\rchduke. the hoir i lo tiie throne of Austrin->lungary. That : assassin was only the proxy for the ' greatest assassin in the history of the ' world. l-"riedi ich. Wilhelm, Victor, .\l- ' IThat smile bespeaks confidence, the quality that has made the Canadians the spearhead of the great British offenstre. It will remain, and if anything, grow broader, if the wearer kno'ws that the folks at home have backed the Boys up ^vith $500,000,000 in Victory Bonds. The spirit at home is reflected in tiie morale of the men in the field. Do nothing to remove that smile. Keep it there. LEND TO YOUR LIMIT! b>'rt, or. as he is commonJy known, Wllhelm the .^econil of Germany. The we.ipon of~the assassin of Sarajevo passed into tlie hands of the master assas.sin of Berlin, anil ho wleUiod it in a manner which the vilect crlminr.l could neither dream of nor devise. Murder, pillage, and rape have been the furies harnessed to fie Teuton war machine, and toiiay the cry goes e EANE IN THE iOMENT OF VICTORY ^ The cheerinis is over. Today we are | Vjokiwg at the problems presented by i the German acceptance of the allied armistice conditions in a light much different from 1he wild enthusiasm with which wo received the bjre news t'uttt Germany had admitted defeat, ! There are many problems to face. In the first place, the peace terms have � Dot beeen signed. Hany complex prob-l�m� are presented here. Then there are the after-war prob- ^ lam*, the burden of reconstruction. Canada has nearly 500,ti00 soldiers' who nsust be aesimllated into civil lite , nee more, .^long with this we face ; the (act that may war induttries will' kave to revise (their undertakings. ' And with It oil there will be the ten-4aDcy to reduction of the prices of tke commodltle* ot lUe which San-ada prodncea (or eaport. | In view ot this It behooves Canadl-, ana to be sane la the moment ot vie-1 tory. i Wild enthusiasm must give place to 1 a common-Eense conalderatlon of stern i frobtemi during the next tewiyears. | ; true metal ot democratic govornmcnti. ; The pioneer of that democracy hn,i ; been the Anglo-Saxon race. The fusion of the Anglo-Saxon will for the good of humanity will be the true and .strong motnl forged in the cruc'ble ot tiie* fiery was that has now happily passed. The links which have held together the nations oC the Seven Seas : will be forged into hard and burvjlsh-ed steel. Each one will have its re-: spect. ndmiration, and devotion for i and lo the other greatly increase t. So the up for judgment .tnd Justice for act� ; 3,, which humanity never forget and i ,,,p,es who live within it. cm never .'or^jvo ��Mny it. come in THK NEW MEMEER OP THE RAIUVAY COMMIEtlON No man in Western Canada has a ftiore intelligent conception o( the Vaada n( agriculture In Western Canada than Dr. John G. Ratbertord, who l|af just been appointed a member of the Canadian Railway Commission. It ia an Important 'position. The com-ailttlon has to deal continually with froblem* affecting the farmers. Dr. iluthertoTd is immediately In touch With the (armera aad hie problems aod he can bring to the attention ot the commUiiioueri, th� tanners' side ;nari-i'> cam-paipu However the allies hold several hundred thousand tons of Gernian tonnage, and all allied tonnage hold by Germany must be restored. This, together with the damage for repara- ; tion for m.'.terial damage done - ' whicii may be taken to include the value of tonnrige and i-ar;;oes sunk at .sea-will probably cover this point. Broken and defeated, the Germ.ins by the lerran of the arnjistlce signed by tbem, which terms will be In the peace terms when they are carried out In full In the next thirty days, are placed In a po-=it!o;- where war is ImposEibIc (or thom for - ------ -.........- the next century. They are do. ^'"'^'^ Theoretically speaking the ' Know, The on the strlokon teated and dlsgr�c?d, F; ^'''^ """^ dotoal was . guriand tboue fields we may well look satisfied with their uU-r admission of I'''^ UriUsh forces. But the , o, as thoir red blood revivified. If defeat, especially since an army of i I'roverldally known never ; wo have falib in our ChrUtlnnlly they HtiU live in spirit. For them we can do notliing. Hut what Is their portion tii'.l !uea.-uve ami mertl'-'wi'ig'' can only li" the devout v.lsh of those who havi- siifliTi-d and of tliom who have wi;ios-oil ;;o' .iipalling i run".-,- of tlie WW )).-;it, '1 t intUietiM. Miss H, 1), Palen is the second Uellevlllo girl to enter the legal pro-I tension. i Mrs. "Jack" Mnes, for two years  Iruasuror of the Monarch theatre, Kil ' monton. died of InfUiouza. Through efforts of tlio Cobourg ( Ttoard ot Trade, a atlk mnnufacturing industry has been induced to locate there. It will employ one hundred girls. i Mrs. F. Z Cobu. the second .lewUU I child born in Chicago, died thorc, aged TO. Hor Bister, .Mrs. 1,. Stern, fin- ciunati. was the first Jewish child born in Chicago. Cupt, William Thomas Idttic, son of Mr, and Mrs, Johnston Little, of Owen Sound, has died of pnoumonlii^ In the General Hospital, Owen Sound, i where lie was formerly house-surgeon. EffortK are to be made by the Ontario Government ufter the war lo induce returned soldlersf to become tOEihcrs iu the schools ot the Province. Joseph Anson, ot Crofton, OnV,, working in conjunction with his son. Pte, Arthur Anson, has invented a now machine gun that, has points ot superiority. Fact of James Oreer and his wife hoing parents of fourteen children, did not prevent the alrluK of their differences in Sarnia's police court, when James wa.s charged with striking his wife with his fist. Mr. Wellington Wances, K,C., of Toronto, haa .been appointed President \ of the i^tandard Hank, succeeding the ; lato Mr. W. V. Cowan. Mr. Ucrbevt Langloia of Toronto, has been appointed vice-president. Canada's proposed new one-cent coin will be slightly larger and Bllght-i ly thicker than a ten-cont piece so as to bo readily dlslinguishabln to (he ' touch. ItH desi>;n Is under consldera-�tlon. I  Allan Hell sues for .$T,onn Wni, ; Hunter, of Kincardine, for injuries re-^ coivod when bin car, drivpu by bis _ 'daughter, at Port Klgln, struck bin;' while leaning against a leleplione post ; \ watching a pmcessiou, ' Or. .!. M. Kogers, Liberal nominee for lb" Ontario legislature in South ' Oxford, lias resigiicd. bidievlug that the, v.-omen voters who Imvo recently ; gained the franchise should have a i voii.o in the selection of a c.indidate. Inspector Keeiileyside did nof wnl; , for a packing case to be delivered from .Montreal to the Central Garage. St. Thomas, but opened the ca.-.e of '"lubricating oi!" and discovered that i it was lubrication for throats and not tor automobiles. Who will succeed the late Senator ; 11. W. Rlcbard.Mui. of Kingston? Three more prominent aspirants for the va- { ' cant seat In the Senate nro Dr. J. W. ; Kdwards, M,P, for Frontenac, who Ik ! one of the Government whips; Col-i oncl Gerald White. ex-M.P. for North i Renfrew, and Col. Ross. .M.P.P. ot i Kingston, H, T, .Mavety, former Union lian^ : manager at Wuskada, .Man., wan son-i tonced lo three inonlbs iu jail for tor-' gery and uttering on fifteen charges. ' Me adiultted his guilt. |2l.i;00 wuh the DO IT EVERY TIME Rvery time you mnlte a purchane, go Where yoo know the Quality is nlwaya right, and where you are certain to get full returns for every cent yoo spend. We want you to know that whan you make a vnrehaaa at n Mason ft Rlseh Store you are getting Inatruneata or goods ot the HIGHEST STANDARD AND M�fllT, and that our PRICES are the VERY LOWIST cos- slstent with the quality products we carry. A champion In th� bargain line cnme to us yaatcrday In part payment for a naw Mae> on A Rlseh Player Plana. Its a Planit A Co. Plan*-an lii. strumant worthy of the mfM>i ey ashad and wa'M make flee4 this claim to your Aill Sat* isfactlon. It's your* for $215 MASON & RISCH LIMITED Balmoral block fifth st.s. lbtmbmimi amount claimed by the bank. He has been making restitution. It is st.ited the Uellevlllc City Council exceeded its powers In rescinding the gram to tho Overseas Y. M. C. A, the money having been.placed In the estimates and collected in tho taxes. KlasR Petere, ot Wuldock, -ctyling himself us an ordained nilulHtor o( tho Mennonite church In Canada, will come to trial at Swift Curroat on No- vember 14, on tbe charge of Usulng. glvinn or usinR eartKleatbs aHaged ti> be false, contrary to section 8 ot Or� dur-in-councll 1013, Army and navy vetarana at Kingston arc protosUug asataat the punUb-mcnt Imposed at TorotJtb o^ Pie, John Pope of the 80th BattattOD, Who waa given two years leas-one Saf te�ur-wash Prison Farm heaanse ha refuied to talie electrical Irealowat far ahell shock. TV are (ully carried out. Thus has Germany paid Crime of 1914. for knew not how to heat a rMt-nat hnu -n. h-r., I. "�� retieat has The great tramp or feet that havo ^'>s . ; ,  ' ;, ""^ "'arched to the sound ot ,of the Hrui.ih nice. It'is the apirlt will, tho..: Hritish guns in r a bad lircnth she ; gives me a Caiicaret so Ihe poi-oin in j Biy Btoiimch, liver and l>ov il.i don't, j make-mi) bick. Douk your niotinr fj^'iva I you nice cnndy Cascinols or uttaly castor I oil, pills, ealts or calomel'; ! Call at tbe VleJT^l^n , . 1 ^^""^^ .r : ^tSs^st:-!r -r; wait tor a eanvasserjo coux you. I t,tea Hurope, geographically and"Sl- Our celebration was all the better V';-for taking place at the H,nt .1 " ITf r"!;- not before the armistice term actually accepted. mil its reign. The KWushbuckler ot Huiope, whose cluttering aword defied The Edmd�t^l^,ttn L-s. hav- � ''"^''""""' ""^ cbattering been In communion of thought ^vlth '""'^""'^ has cre-tbe First Lord of the -^duiStv 1 st i ^1 T"'?"'' Salurd-ay. .in its afternoon Ishuo i | to his disappointed said: The "high sea fleet" at Kiel is in a state ot mutiny. Perhaps it was ordered to go to sea. That very sanie evening Sir Kric. Goddes buid the very sumo ihiuj;. ambition will bu the fact that freedom ha.s taken tho place of autocracy, and his crown, together with lb" crowns ot thoKu who espoused Ills uiirlBliteouB cause, has gone into tho nmltlug pot 1 out of which will coiiR. ru Warner, Nov. 11.--Plug* are tly-iHg from pracileally every building In town when the news waa spread that the armistice hud been alKoed and bostlliilns ceased the celebration which would have ordinarily havo beeti arranged l.s being delayed owing to tho very cad death of Mra, Arlltur Bul-inan wlio passed away oa tluturday iilglil. the tlrst victim in Waruer of tho )u(vuiliug ei)id(unlc, Mvh, llulmun iii only 1!) years old and bad only bei'u iiiarricd b^si-. than two inonthH, [iiiid owing to the [act that hor hus-" bund and his family are old timers in Warner and well known ail over tho district thill sad evcrtt has cast n gloom over tho whole community. The funeral taken pUu;o, tbia atternoon at three o'clock and there will 1)0 undoubtedly it lurga you know this man? IVtight; f'ace: J-'faiurt-s : 0 ft. 1 in. 146 lb.s. Thin Prominent Disct iption: When last seen wss on liis way lo hospital. Used to weigh 185, had florid coniplcKion, gopd appetite and for work. Six months ago be-^.lu to have irregnlar bowel luovemtnts. 'rook pills. Lost weight-still irregular. Took salts-violent results. Had tneiieal examination:doctor diagnosed caseasitlf-]X)isoning, due to clogged, decaying food-waste itt large intestine; said pilis Mid purges had weakened the intestinal muscles they would not 'unctioti. Msn protested vjslenUy that he was not .sick. Doctor replied that be had Iv^eu.siclc since first txiwel trreguUrity. Prtseribed complete rest aud the Nujol treatment. Said if tie had. cultivated rcKutar bubits with Nujol he would have had no more trotible--now, however, he wa.s ao easy mark for the poisoning he was I allowing in his own body. REWARD: For rcstorstiou of thi.s inau lo regularity, Nature offers reward of lieallh, and return to nonnat weight and keeiitiesM. If yoii lire llie man, apply at the neatest dr'ig; .slorc for one bottle of " as Mothers! Kach 10 cent box of Cas-carets candy catharlio, has dircolioni for chlJdrcn'H Uosajjo at all ages. All IHtlo folka lovo CaBcarota and wbthcra can always depend upon thcni io move the bile, Bour /ermonlation and irt>iHoua from the cliild'M lender Blomuch, liver and bg^vcla without Injury, or jjriiung. \KJrt\-rt\\y/H  NUJOI^ ia sold only in waltd YwtiritinU  dottles bearing the .Nuiol Tr*j� M�rk. 111 bisl ou Nujol. You Jusy iw^irr from �uWit�t��i Stnd/or fiislrueiivf Bookitl CHARLES GYDE & SON p. O, not 87S, Monlrcsl Ct � A l�.H t  f. |. I II !�' A 0 R l< T 1 ru f Nujol Ltboratoriea ^ STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY) i NRW VOaK CITY ;