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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .____BjfttMillAlfopniNT. i uA MankCliiK Dlrectpr . . BoataesB MaMcer TtLEPHONSS uBifiMk �fiie� ......... IIMrlal Offle* .......... 12s2 1224: SubMi-lption.Ratec: l^i flBTiver^d, per weak . ^    .-J* aenvierad. per year .... . JJ-M mall, per year ........M0� ,�kly.,'by mail,^ per year ....  .fJ-SO r^iSiyl'by per y�tr to Tj.s..t2.oo �I��tfa^Bf fxplry of subscriptions ap- I $lw'-9�?!y on address label. Aecept-r-; jutceTof papers atter expiration date is il-^^ur- i^qthority \o continue the sub-rt^' scriptlon." ^ '?iiviL8(>n at the head *; With an anti-conoress. J 7Jjb United states form of govern-9'"' inent has one strikin�r peculiarity, ' J^^oufbt prominently into mind, by the f irtpjilt .^ot the recent ejections. , � \. yfoo^Toyi Wilson, a Deraoarat; i^ i^raaident, and bis cabinet of advisers |l^^jm^8:Up of Democrats. ' rA^^JSgoirow Wilson, however, must de. :^i�94^I>e|a'a House ot Representatives T^^J^'(xcBflblican majority, and a ae�ja|e; with a narrow majority, one :!Jj^jg!j�r.tbo other, to put flirough the ||�^|]i^jfloit be considers necessary for tiiev^eltare of the nation. The House .=J^||eri;Juid the Chairm.en of Commlt-{|,|^ig'^':j; Kepublicjins, Republican ;i;M;|sii^t^o.q will also depend to a cer-'�ijm''^Pon - a Democratic pre-^j^pi^t,''for Wilson can veto the legis-||^{^^>^be doesn't like, though, of TtJBei'atwo.third� majority can ovar-;iBqB!S:-bis'veto. �i�*jtrii^'C*rfada,'a political leader, under circumstances, would be com-to-reaign,. if be lacked a major- ^riimei!t'"'Bt�'.bpard In' Canadai ^l^an. �Jaea^ isnoyr, tboly, represent theliiBOple," arid It is their duty trf tell the people how they are hsnd-ling the people''s affairs. Canada ti^�i� ^to hear mora jfrom its cabhiat ministers, so does All>eru and likely every other province Buy V.-I-C-t-O-R-Y Bonds. That's what they really are now. What did^^he Dutch ever do that the Kaiser bad intUct himself on them? Germany shouldn't whine at the armistice terms. They know what they did to Belgium. Isn't It about time for the old familiar 'Do your /Christmas shopping early.' , Just imagine the silence along the west front 'after four years ' four months and sajren days of it. Bill is AufiJed. If you don't want to be in bis clsss buy a Victory Bond and be an investor. . We move tuat that Dutch be aslied to turn the Kaiser over to the Rotor-lans' Kangaroo Court tor just punishment. ' ^ ~ It will be hard to keep from calling tbem Huns, especially when %ue remembers Edith Cavell and Capt. Fry-att. Victory Bonds really are worth 110 of any man's mon^. But you can buy tliem at par still. -You can't make a better or. a safer investment. Prance and Belgium hare decided that they can get along without any Fourth of July.celebrations on a b'g scale for mapy centuries to come. While jubilatioa reigns,' there are hearts that ajr heavy. Many a home remembers the'loved ones who are now With the silenjU,arm5, If'yon haven't subscribed for a ViL-tory bond yet do It today. Don't be a in the leglslaUy*^: bodies., member of the Nut family so skiWnlly portrayed at Vlciory XfP*'''^tB peace. The United BO far as any written docu-l^jl^MrfB. concerned, remained free to ^^^ft^fr it liked, though on many occa->'8imi�Jeadlng U. S.. statesmen bad giv-;V^p!nHjM ^to expresBlOBa-amonnting to J|l'|)ir^ia'!fcders^ndlng.:. ^ igt^tivtbe reasoa for the phrase, Uiat,' too, is generally considered j^fiTj^fmyfiir Germany appealed to .'jPr^I^ent Wilson when the necessity �t^'s^'jipider peace arose. ; 'fcAilNET MINIS+ERS Ag'lJ'VfHE PEOPLE . ^ Telegram twits Mr. C�rrt)l and Mr. Rowell with keeping Iji (fee limelight W too i^iuch i^ublic npta^g.: The Telegram doeAn'fan- .y Dorft forget that the world is being-financed these days on the biggest ;credit in history. If. Canada wants to remain prosperous during the years of reconstruction then Canadians must supply more credit; The way to do it is to buy Victory Bonds. The Germans came prepared to put up a bluffbut: they were fooled on that score. Their idea was to stop fighting for a week during which they would kill Ume and move their armies back to prepared positions. But Foch was too foxy. Up in Claresbolm a German farmer, well-to-do, who refused {o subscribe to the'Victory Loan was threatened -With a. coat of tar and feathers. He cbanged bis ; mind and' bought 92000 worth of bonds and subscribed-$2'00 to tbe Red Cross, thus escaping' the feathery nniform. That's the way to write that kind-flf fellow. It looked at first as if all the talk of peace might hurt tbe Victory Loan campaign, but mi a matter of fact it helped. iPeopi/'w^re'anxious to subscribe for a last dying kick at the Kaiser. If, you haven't,administered yoaf kick yet, remember Victory Loan headguarters are* located at the.-South-ard Block, 3rd Ave. It is a pity that those who have so much'tosay about the heavy drafts that wera belnis made upon Canadian manhood fOr^tbe" army do not read the Old ;; public men;4n high ^^9f!�, di^m^lt does. In"^ Canada we ' our MbineCnUbii^. ttjjtwrgif;^a.; general'i^^^oni*' mpji^ntaUves- o�iJ|lie^|^ �^osa*iii;tit)^:ib�t^^^^^ vwui^'latwtliem ^imoy^what; mN}t ^'^"dping^pr oftlsritiieifr ^(�yai^ ioifiS >\80m0f of the Btpi^ople! ^Inkiaecessary ? Es^ ,Vtho time of wati'Is this Great aueBtlonslf^ave 'to Itb aiid great problems have ifiinilha ijeopie^want io Qieiii''iui4t wbo can explain :il^r^^luai0M^va:iM ot 'vfdtekBDjiari!L�ir, *-Mr. t q�sll,.Mr. Preaiilept^ in.theTJnlted Oanada'ii; gov- in .a.'Lii^don daily: *At ^thwark: Tribunal-yesterday, W; �iH.'iifeittwyer, aged 3r, Crade I, who �iwis! glv^ four, months' exemption, it^ed ?kined; one bad been report-eif^S^iB8lng,-and the other was stlU at tfTe fronfe"V'i;he Applicant, had eight ebildren uhder. X4. ASSING';^. "f6B i^ttE^uaVkiAN (vu^i^ Collins ;lsutbe:new. principal 'ot^ilM, OI\athiim, ~Ont.^ schools. I E OF SSAGE DE Sir Thos. White^Acting Premier, Sends Measage^^oys Spread Fai^e'of Cafiada Ottawa, Nov. -12.--Pir' "^homas White, acting premier, has- sent the following message An behalf jet the people of Canada to Gen, Sir Arthur Currie, commandeii^^Qf - j^he Oasadian forces: � Upon the coifclusion' of the rarmis-tice which closes the; war arjd, stays the vic^orioua advance of thQ^.gallant forces under your dist'ingujsheq, : aatl most--capable command; I^'deslreon behalf of ;the people; of Canad^.40 convey to you and to'^tlifim'a most earnest' expression of .tb*'^deepj ani^ abiding sense of national appreoiati9q and' gratitude cherished by all your* Ipllow citizens for the heroic conduct and glorious^ achievements 'whiQb^-'^have been so.much ho^pfi.iiai\d,�rMft{and played such a part In saving^tbe-^-pire and in preserving "civilisation itself. - The courage, jendufjancd^-heroism and fortitude of .the pana^ian |m?ces at the front have ' sprfiidi' therj 'fame throughout the world apd will tor all time be the priceless' heritaMs and tradition of tjie Canadian peV^e. Canada can never repay 'thp:^;dabt:;which we owe for their sacrlgc^sfanfcpaffer-ing in her defense.' ^Youy-; leMersbip has, been characte]ri?ed7by :�'eM age, sound Judgmenl. fine . ln|li�fl,ye and able strategy.-inspiring coriMpnce both in aie field ai^'d at'lj'fiffle p'?;! da!-sire to express to TOW-person^Uy. the admiration^ of yourvJ^elloW'-citiaens of Canada for the brilliant results whieh have beenrachieved.^' , ' ' Ottawa, Nov. IS.Tr-Tbo' followlng^ite-legram has been received from His e;x-cell^ncy, the^^goVa^b^gbneral, from His Jklajesty, ths:^^ "Buckingliam ^^ace,>>London, Nov. 11, 1918r :?-^t'the'^^in;toent;'wHen""the armistice is �igq^d^br]uiBg^ I trust, a tinal'en'd to hostilities which l^.are convulsed the whole world for four years, I desire to send:a message of greeting; and heartfelt gra&tiid^'^-tp my overseas people .whose '^ondijr^ efforts and sacrifices taave contributed so large-, ly to the victory which is now won. Together we have borne this tremendous. buni*h: in, ithe-tight for justic* find liberiy-.. Together we can now re^ joice'at the realization of those great^ :.alms for which we ^entered the struggle. The whole Bmpire pledged its word:not to sheatb^ the sword until our end was achieved." That pledge is ^jow redeemed. ^ .Tbe outbreak ot the war fonnd the ,.w1io1b Empire on*.-I rejoicff to think that tbe end of the struggle .tibds the �mpire still .mora closelK:!)ui|ted by the (opnunon resolve, held fimi through.-all ^Ticissitudes by the community of-^sattering and sacrifice-by .tbe'-daLn^erajr^raiid triumphs shared togibt^er,; Ttaeiibur' ,is one :ot solemn f&an�sglviii^Vf^4 Vatifude to God wliose divide providence bas served us through all.p�rils and crown^ ed our irmsj^itK .xicjori-:- Let us accept. ouf^ctc^)U:jiUB bime spirit; of ioxtitude and'^^B^'�oiitr8l with' wbicb: we have borne our dangers. V, " (SigMd)-^EORGE ' Bi.' COSIPFIRI At a memorfal service In a Hamilton chorob.for, soldiers "fallen in battle" Lleut-CoL (Rev.rO. H.'Williams preached the sermon, and said we should rather regard these men as exalted than as fallen. Much better to accept that, view, for^jcertalnly a man ;who gives up his life as a sacrl-tice,, .should �. be exalted. This same minister-declared his strong belief in a bell.'' He could not think that the Germais'who were responslblie tor thia a^fnl'war could escape the punishment of beil; there was "no other adegifSfe ptinisbment for men who irouI^-;^l%Ttment totalled approximately :;|l,O46/44,0Cft This does not include; ^eteryq*^, p.vy for soldiers In France,, and iomfel large out?tanding accounts. Sbme-tmonths probably, will. ela)^e ^fter, thel,'rfctuat; declaration of peace'before�tbe~achial cost ot the war -to the Dominion niaitte6^ of nations, continuing her history as a' civilized Christian nation'. "We wish all other.natlon8,..even if non-Cathollc, that were ojice subject, to Hussia'Tiave decided their own fate, developing and prospering their coc-fldence and 1ot� lop Poland;" r ' t)r T. H, Balfe, well known'Hamilton practitioner, diedr from influenzk. 'tihatliam reports fbe.dea\b'ot. Mrs. Mariu Shaw, at "the age ot 92. ' ^' i> , - .� Sii*'Joseph JTlavelle sub�(cribed $140,-�00 to the^ Mr. Wilkes to himsol^t which should liava been cr.edlted to the pa,rtnershlp, and other sums were wrongfully; charged against, the plaintiff. ^Freight traffic through the American and^Canadlan cimals At: Sault Ste. 3(arle� last: month established a new bigh' record for October. Total freight is. 'FLU ViGIIlii (From Our Own eL.,,,____,_--- Bow Island, Nov. 12.-Friends hero were shocked to learn of the: death ol Mr; Alexander .Murray, 'whioh . took; place at the home of Mr3..-Mnrray'B par*its, . Mr. and Mrs.' Mike Babka, Pleasant View, early thirf .morning. Mr. Murrajy was taken ill one week ago"'*rUh Spanish influenza. The sym-, pathy ot �the community is extended; toj Mrs.-Murray in her sad bereaveme;it' .�Mi*?^J; N6 UncertaJilMcNiiiiht l^e^iull meaning of rfie'name MASON&' . RISCH is quality, yes-Super^Juality. t. , tblirf'fiame PROTECTS you in buyHi|t-^tfiUi|Wr4ii ypui'TtJB^^t.UB-f^^ , you (.arranged. A champion In^tpliSjiaiflSlSS :, . llne'-cama'^to^W-; ,part payment for ''/s-^-^n �*,^RT�clft:!^Ja " Ml''' -a-Weseh BM�;;->i ano-an Initrume! ,thp '. money aski make good tftlb full aatlsfiic-tlon.'lt'* ybiir� for .;. ' MAScyN & RISGH LIMt'iqii: |i ba,i;nioral block movement thrbugh the waterwpys'wasf ready, the peoiJle'^i 13,368,^87 fih.ort tons. The ^^evlous! wlirwelcome ybjt?i recprd, |or October ,'5VB8'l'2;e46,066 tons: ot what we call tb^S In-1917. ;v... ��;.;v'^-'?::?:: � . tlsh;:BmpiTe^';.-I^lfJ '.'It may. be;.that.the,centre of.gra- .u-. � vlty. of,th,e BrldBh E;mpiTe.'.ini.,BOp.Ula: tlofi-and w,ealtb wlll-li the tntur^ rest not;ioin the -baJUc;;ot;th?.Jiyrtames,ibut on the shoref,rot L*fcebn,tia;rto,"/said Lord, Gharni(fq6d, .,a::.BritIah MiP., .and fluthpi; ot;" liitevQit^ AbMibam ^Incoln,^ addxe66iag.:fK.ejfCjinadian,club4n Tor-onto atluniBheoftS^'y^B^jGapada,:,^ GRADE Vllf; CIVICS ANSWERS' (By Frank Gaibraith.) * -� * *om or naturalized Canadians .and. .faave^ lived three months In theelectoraj; district and a.year in the province prior to the Issuing of the ^nitfjf the election. . Brigadier General StewaiV; is our local member and ordlnarUy,tU� 4erm. of office Is four years, but^by spjecial enactment he holds his seat -continuously -without election rdoringv the war. The sources of revenue ar^ tbe subsidy from- the Dominion' ^Tfrnxbentr proceeds of fines and llcensei^, 'taxes: on wild . lands, companies; 'icpfpoip^t-s ions and theatres; the inc^Sineiit tax: 4 . ISxpenditures: Admifltstratron ijit; government; admlnlstratjon^t'of .wiitfsr' tice; maintainance of'roads ;^�(apd' bridges; grants to scfaoolf ; and[ii, ;