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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETimRlDGE DAILY lIKItoLD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, ! 1>1 H Itetbbtiboc t>etatt> Xetbbri^JUberta i DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor* and Publlahare . THE LETHSIIIDOE HERALD PRINT-INO COMPANY, LIMITEO 321 6th Street South, Lethbrldge W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance - - Business Manager ernment are heard in Canada. These men know thoy represent the people, ami It is their duty to tell the people how they are handling the peopio''s affairs. Canada needs to hear moro from its cabinet ministers, so docs Alberta and likely every other province. MAKE HIM SQUEAL! TELEPHONES uainea* Office ........... Editorial Office .......... 1252 1224 Buy V-I-C-T-O-R-Y Bond?. That's what they really are now. What didYue Dutch over do lh.il the Kaiser had to inflict himself on them? Subscription Rates: Daily, deliver ?d, per week ... Daily, delivered, per year ... Dailv. by mail, per year ..... Weekly, by mall, per year Weekly, by mail, per year to 1 Germany shouldn't whine at the armistice terms. They know what they did to rtelglum. Isn't it about time for th. itlsr 'Do your ChriMniu-early.' . .IS .$7.5:__ -,us! imagine the silence alone the 'jo ,',n ! west front after four year? tour ---- , ,---'month" ,7ml "even days ot it. Dates of expiry of subscriptions np-pear dally on address label. Ac-coot- | ance of papers after expiration date is j Hill is liu.ved. If you don't want to authority fo continue the sub-j pp jn his cla�s buv .1 Victorv Rond and "�rlption _ . 'be an Investor. our We move that that Put: to turn the Kaiser over i" \ inns' Kangaroo ("our" ! merit. It wil; bo hard to kcej-them ilun-. especially when ot members Kdith Civli and Cap-att WILSON AT THE HEAD WITH AN ANTI-CONGRESS. The Tnlted States form of government has or.e strikiriK peculiarity, brought prominently into mind, by the result of the recent elections. Woodrow Wilson, a Democrat, is president, and his cabinet of advisers ! mode up of Democrat*. Woodrow Wiiion. however, rims' de. pend upon a House of Representatives wit If a Republican majority and a senate, with n narrow majority, one way or the other, to put through the legislation he considers necssary for i tli a certain extent upon a f �emorratii pre-, _ eiden'. for Wil.,m can veto Pie If*!.- \ XVhi]f> ,.,,,,,,,, ., lation be dm-n't Ilk-, though, ot ; hnjm ^ w ^ v , course, a two third* majority can ov,-r- ; ,mnhm tho ll)VPd come hi.- veto. : . wUh (ho 9(len| ; In Canada, a political leader, under , _ almtlar circumstance,, would be com- j ,f vpi) -n.lV0n~*ulT~ palled to resign. If he lacked a major- ,',orv boni, ye( ))o , () for just pmii R icked up in assing  'id fam-shopping rom calling AND GEN. CURR1E TO DOMINIONS Vi. tory frond? really . o' any man's mone>y bity them a' par stlli. Y a te'tti-r or a safer inv. France and peigiuir, that they can set aSon^ Fourth of July celobr.it i seal-' for many concur!.'? ire worth i 1 ' But you r;m mi can't make stmem have .loriilo-l without any on a b'g i nine Sir Thos. White. Acting Premier, Sends Message-Hoys Spread Fame of Canada Ottawa. Nor. 12.- Sir Thomas Whi:.>. acting; premier, has sen* the following mos.saco mi behalf �f the peojd,, or Can.ida to (.Jon. Sir Arthur (iirrie. commander of tho Canadian ; and heartfelt gratitude to my overseas for. e*: i people whiv;e wonderful efforts :ind "I'p.ut the . on. Union of tlio ...:uis. | sacrifices have contributed so large- Ottawa. Nov. 1'J.-The following telegram has been received from His Excellency, the governor-general, from His Majesty, the King; "Buckingham Palace. London. Nov. 11. BUS. At the moment when the armistice is signed bringing1. 1 trust, a final'vnd to hostilities which have convulsed the whole world for four years, I desire to send a message of creeling isn�. there are Many a homo ones uhi are irmy. das .1 fo.- a Vic-I>on't b" a ity support in the legislative bodies. , aif,mner of ,hp Nut famnv 5ki;f,!|y Not �0 with Wilson, he still has two j pnrtraVed 3t victory Loan hond-iuar-yeart to remain at the head of af-j,rrj fair*. I--- i etnbridgo wants a Victory Loan " a > l!irrat�-:i.�! With a coat of tar and f :o ti." which i-loses the war and stay.s  the victorious- a.lvanoe of the gallant force* under jour distinKUlsiiPu eiei mo�t capable . omm.ind. I desire on behalf of the p.'opie of Canada to convey in j on sn 1 t.> them a most earnest expression of the deep and ubld-ini: nse of national appreciatior, and gratitude cherished i.y all your fellow clti/enni'T.t.i which have been so much honor, and tredltatid played sn. h a part in saviiiK the Km-pire and ::i proscrvlng civilization itself. Tli,. nuns.', eeduranre. heroi.-m and fortitude ,.f the Canadian forces at tlio front have spread the fame throusthoi:: the world and will for all time is- :!; prie.de.-.:h Jh the ;. ;.| ,,�,d ;it homo and I die >;:e to evpre - to you personally tho .o!tiiir..t'.o!i of y.mr fellow citiieiit. of ri!li..ijt results wir...h !i;;v,. 1.....a aihieved." COST OF WAR !N . CASH 10 CANADA ly to the victory which is now- won. Together we have borne this tremendous ir.inion in tho fight for Justice and liberty. Together we can now rejoice at the realization of those great alms for which wo entered the struggle. The whole Empire pledged its j word not to sheath the sword until ; our end was achieved. That pledge : Is now redeemed. The outbreak ot the war found tho wholo Kmplro on�. j 1 rejoice to think that the end ot the i struggle finds the Kmplro still rnorj j closely united by the common resolve, 1 held firm through all vicissitude* by the community of suffering and sacrifice-by tho dangers and triumphs shared together. The hour is one of solemn thanksgiving mid of gratitude to Cod whose divine providence has rorved us through nil perils ,.nd crowned our arms with victory. I,ot us accept our victory In the game spirit ot fortitude and nelf control with which we have- borne our dan;f r.c "!Signed) UI.'OIKiK H.I," FOIt THK HCTHY MAN Harry Collins la the now principal ot the Chatham. On!., .schools. I)r. T. H. Balfe. well known Hamilton practitioner, died from influenza. Chatham reports the death of Mrs. Mary Siiaw. at tho a�o ot Sir Joseph Klavelte subscribed Jl-UV 000 to tho Victory Loan. Hydro-lClcotrle horsepower in Winnipeg is cheaper than the horsepower produced from coal anywhere p.i.iho world. A fatal shooting accident befell William in-own, who lives at Manilla.. : when out shooting rabbits. lie was walking along carrying hi:-, gun under his arm when he ..-lipped and fell, tlio gun discharging; and inflicting an ugly wound in his hip. l-'erend. aged five, daughter f Po- J minion Bolleo Officer l.achnpillo. lost | her life in a firo' which destroyed her ! ! father'!* homo in Hull. I/iel.npolio ' carried his* wife to safety, hut: did not know his daughter was sloop- ; j Ing In the room upstairs. The industrial committ'o of tlio. 1 Chatham Board ot Kducatimi is ar- ! ranging to inntall ciiuipmetit for teach- ' ling linotype operaTfTii;. which may in i time lead to a printing department. I one of the strong and popular bran' lies usually taken up in technical schools. | Considerable interest ha.- been aroused at llrantford in tho suit launched by W.- T. 1 lender.-on, city soli.itoi. against his former partner in law. \. ,T. Wilkes. K.C. The plaintiff claims that moneys were credited by .Mr. Wilkes-, to himself which should have been credited to the partnership, and other minis were wrongfully charged against the plaintiff. No Uncertain Meaning The full meaning of the name MASON & RISCH is quality, yes-Super-Quality. Th'lfi name priOTRCTH you In buying--it aseuMa you TOP VALUK-It. (ells you ot CHOICEST materia) and PrtKPKi'tliBl.) workmanship-It makca certain tho LONG LlKT'l of original purity ot tono and beanty of case- it r.pcaks ot almost a half century of Ingenious and coiif-elentious endeavor In creating a HIGH STANDARD and MAINTAINING IT- it Bymboli7.es a product CSKn rind KNOOUSKI) by renowned artiste, famoui sclioolfi and ctollegeM.   '  Sold to vim direct from "Kactory to Home." Con-veniont terms arranged. 1 A champion In the bargain line came to ua yeaurday In part payment for 4 navy ,Ma�- . on & Rlsch Player Piano. Its a Weser Bros., New York, Piano-an instrument worthy of thp money asked aid we'll make good thfa claim tvyour full satisfaction. It'a yours for .., $250 MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. LETHERIOGK movement through the waterways was | ready, the people ot England, I know. 1UST short tons. The previous . will welcome you into the fullest share record *or October was LVUii.Otit; tons, of what wo cull the control of the Ilri- Kroight traffic through the American and Canadian canals 11I Sault. Sto. Marie last month established a now high record for October. Total freight in I'.'IT. "It may be that the centre, of gravity ot the Hiitish Umpire in population and wealth will in the future rest not on the liahk of the Thames, hut on the shores of Lake Ontario," said Lord Ch.irnwood. a British .M.P., and author of Life of Abraham Lincoln, addressing the Canadian club In Toronto at luncheon. "When Canada la tish l'hnplre." That : the restrictions which have been imposed - on. trade between the United States and Canada, the licensing ot imports and.exports and their limitation will he removed immediately upon'any peace'being negotiated Is the view oxprosscd by Lloyd Harris, recently Canadian Trade Cotnrtitsilon-er at Washington. A '.is S'-.v "Mu-.ila !u he 1 t Own �'.irro��f>nflsnl> (low Island. Nov 1'.' - rYlemls here wero shocked to learn of tho death of j Mr. Alexander Murray, which took j jilace at tiie home of Mr*. Mnrray'a I pan'nts. .Mr. and Mrs Mike Rabka. 1- - The lc�i of the ' Pleasant View, early this morning, in money Is expected Mr. Murray was taker. Ill one week n hundred million J :.go with Spanish influenza. The sym o t!o- end of la.st month, ! pa thy of the community is emended to 1 had aitually puss-1 Mrs. Murray In her sad bereavement. write that ki mi >'f fellow. It looked at tsr*i a� if all the talk j of peace might hurt the Victory Lian I campaign, but aa a matter of fact it j helped. People were anxious to sub-1 acribe for a laat dying lack a- the Kaiser. If you haven't adml.'iUtt-red your kick yet, tememWr Victorv !,,un Prealdent Wilson whe, the necessity headquarters arc locked a- the South-to consider peace �oBe. (ard Block 3rd Vve g CABINET MINISTERS j AND THE PEOPLE { !t Ji � T""' who The Toronto Telegram twin Mr. |roU(h 10 �a>' abou! tlle !l*av>' ,lrafu Garvell and Mr Rowel! with keeping j wer� b�,UB ni*,1e "i""1 �'�nadian In the limeliiht by too much publie 1 T*r,hoor .1. ...rat > (1 (.iriiugh tin- titiamo departliien '.. t ill. i approximately $I,ii4ii.S4-l.6l.' '1 his d.,e, 11,,t 1111 iijilo ijeferrtfi p..; tor �� 1,1111  r- :n I'rance and .-orne largo | nut -.tan .ting aiioitnts fcoine month.)' prohahl.- will '-h.^eie after the iictti.il s derlarattoii uf p.'.ice Vefor� the actual . .-, ,s /. �>. GRADF. VIII CIVICS ANSWERS (By Frank Galbraith.) * �> �> I > i  s> s> * > �-��> s> * > �>. a� n'''> exercise the Iran- ! With tie i-ertiisattoit of !'h!.-o In a provincial election are men! cM>.-;,ilture under thes daratand public opinion. The public believes it should see more of and hear mora from its public men, in high places, than it does. In Canada we oMaaa or hear our cabinet minit-tara escaat daring a general ejection. Taay are rearaaenutives of the people; war ahottlda't they appear before the people and let them know what tae government is doing or offer their rtaiooi for- not doytg some ot the thing! the people think necessary ? Ea- ' fnialty la the time of war U this aaceeeary. Great queitions have to be daalt with and great problem* have (O h# aoived and the people want to bnoy about them and who can explain (Maa thing* better than a member of f ga)Ttrament. la Great Britain, Mr. |igf4 Oaprga, air. Bonar Law, Mr. gaajfrr- Lord Robert Cecil, . Mr. CfetWkUl ul other members or the -fMfgtaVUit, keep closely in contact ^rftk A�i poodle. They ipeak 'froqaaut-mj^'ainr Ue Kingdom. President 'lajKMlppi ! JaMr4 a* often in the United UgaJM M aaambers of Canada's gov- Old Country papers more !l�-r>- is, an item clipped from &n obscure place In a I^indon daily At Soutlmark Tribunal yesterday, W. H. Sawyei. aged 3', tirade I, who vaa given four months' exemption, atated that he had five brothers, all of whom had joined tho army. Tiwce had been allied, one bad been report-led missing, and the other was still at the front. The applicant had eight children under U. At a memorial service In a Hamilton churah for soldiers "fallen in hit-tie" Lleut.-Col. (Rev.) C. It. Williams preached the aerinou, and said v.v should rather regard these men as exalted than as fallen Much better to accept that view, for certainly a man who gives up hi* life as a sacrifice, should be exalted. This same minister declared his strong belief in a hell. He could not think that the Germans who were responsible tor thia awful war could escape the punishment of hell, there was no other adequate punishment for men who would plan such the world. unl women who havo attained the' reduced to itj, Vulniniiim, t a^ f,f twenty-one and are lirltltih-born nitimi': to ini heavy for j01 naturalized Canadians and have \ I li- od three months in the electoral ilistriei and a >eu, in tho province, prior to tho Witling of the writ for tho election * ; Hrlgadier li'ciuivl 3t"�vurl is our ; local niember and ordinarily thu term "j of otliee is four years, but by special j enactment lie holds his seat cotitin- ! timidly without election during the � war. 1 Tlie source* of revenue are the sub- ' sidy from the liomlnion government, j pjoeeeds of lines und licenses, taxes t on wild lands, eonipan'.na corporat-'j Ions and theatres; tli,, increment t�*. Kxpeiidittires: Administration Of j government; udmlnUtrution of Jus-i ".-j that In tho fe-'av. period throush which Kuiope is passing he to show 1' natioti hope. lli�:oi gold ell ! Kuroj>( j but al.-r with words of adds, h, wiiiten in 1 . lie '.lei- whal Christianity and ! civilization owe to Ihiland, rei unl.-'. how badly she has been re.war.ii d. oinfort and ' an,t public health I The term adjourn js tucd when parliaii:eut ceases its session fdr a few day day oi- ls us oil when the j li The term pri.rogu se.-.iion Is ended. Parliament is di-solved when its term has expired after which an elec- ; lion tukes plac�. 1 Tho provincial catlnet; I'reinlor and Minister of Railways and Telephone*, lion. Charles Stewart; Provincial Treasurer, Hon. (,'. II. Mitchell; Minister of Agriculture, Hon. Duncan Mar.-hull; Attorney (iimeral, Hon. J. It. lioyle; Minister of lldueatlon, Hon. 'We wish all other nations, oven If} O. I'. Smitli; .Miniater of Public Works, non-Catholic, that were ouci: subject I Hon. A. MacLcan; Miniater ol Mitotan outrage against'.,n !iussi breaking. We raise nut- roost ardent prayers that, s.oon having regained her mil independence tih,, may agti.in >ake"her place in the committee of nations, continuing her history as a. civilized Christian nation. tldeiii e am) lov� tor Poland.' ;