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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i" I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER Ij, 191R =rv----------rz iUK LKTHHmiHrK DAILY IlKUAMJ PAGE TITHES J�m.____MJiUUIL.IJ-a fHAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S And Pa Provides, the Space. By Well Of Coufcsfe cfeDRIC HASN'T SO VERY much ROOM FOR h� indoor truck-parpen, But I'LL WAC^r he'll find SfftCE enoikw somehow to raise, all the vcifeT�ble5 WEU. use P -1^5 ^'^^'j- Y-jlo 5Pi;ouT?/-----J y. S. PRISONERS ,: are released I'liri'i. Nov. 14.-More than 2,r>:j2 American prisoners In Oernuin camps were released Immediately by the SlpnliiK of the German Jirni.l.stico, according to tho latest figures prepared by the American Tied Crows in Switzerland. The number Include* nil the Americans ruptured to Nov. 1. it is estimated that only a few h_undred more were captured after that date. MY MESSAGE TO LABOR By Ben Tillett, M. P. Gorptcd with murder-blond and trea-mire, the Kaiser. I.udondorff and flic whole Rani; of Jnnlters-tlinlr maddest ambitions moro than satisfied by tho crushing of small nations, the corruption of other nations., and tho anarchy of Russia-started out on a new and still more arrogant offensive. Gorged With Territory They are flinging nway millions more of lives of tho Industrial people of the European nations, Including th")r own, to gratify their Insensate ambitions. They are bleeding remorselessly the working people of tho world to gorge tbehiselvos with territory, military glory, and wealth. It all ma'.tes the position terribly clear to us who carry the Industrial burden. The characteristic of the liiilly-tierman is simply rapacity. And now he. has to face the cost of bis own supreme! mistaUe. The German Mistake Ilia mistake In thus defying the world has brought, binf'today face to lace with the moral antagonism of the world organised In.'o an iron military vsi.itancr, and behind that, resin* mich \-\ the psychology of a great spiritual courage backing the organized light that the freer nations are [Hilling up. All nations can now see that to be at. I he mercy of Germany, as the peoples of Eastern Humps, is to receive not. mercy but tyranny, and to experience the grinding heel oppression. New Brutalities The (Jermntt is now adding to the unspeakable barbarism of tho war such wicked implements as the new gas that strips men's bodies of clothes and skin alike and murders them where they stand in trench or dug out. But the Germans are beginning to regret their own malignancy by reason of our effective reprisals, and I hope that everything will be done to quirk-on transport, to expedite sending out to our men at the Front the power that will relieve them and throw the enemy into confusion and press them bark. Kvery ton of shells, every consignment of guns, every crate of gasmasks, every cargo of rails and sleepers that reaches the Front, without hitch, every i.blp that leaves the slips and sets out on its voyages, is u direct blow to the German menace. How the Workers Help The docker and tho riveter, tho shell-maker and tho chemical worker, the worker In the factories and In tho on the Western Front what a he!! would lie before us! lOven with victory attending us. the industrial workers will lie fare J by years of economic strain. Hut if we had to add lo the expenses of tlrfT war tin; addition of of unrelenting j an Indemnity to be paid to an enemy, the burden upon labor would amount lo an overwhelming slavery. Taxes for indemnity payments and for enormous armaments would be chained to our backs and to the backs of our children and their children. With food still at high prices our whole position would become intolerable. The greater p..'!t of that whole burden would necrv s.ivily be assumed by Indus;: / anil industrialism. "We Must Back Up Our Men." What it would mean to have our own debts with those of the enemy superimposed upon them baffles the Imagination. Hut that is what would come upon us If we allowed our Army and Navy to be crushed by any slackness or apathy on our part. We must, back up our men with every effort and give to their dependents every succour. There is not a man among them who is not ready to lay down his life for us. and wu must do our level best for them. Who Ben Tillett Is Benjamin Tillett. who sent this mes lRRYIN 'armistice terms London, Nov. 14,-(liiiti.-l? wireless service)-Communications liaie hern advanced to tho German nulhoritios given directions for German delegates in conformity with the arniiitiie con-ditious. to present themselves io dele, gates of the King of the (leigfans at Hinges on Nov. lfi, and al.-o to the president, of tho inter-allied commission of railways in the field and the pre.��idi.'iif. of the Inter-allied commission of navigation on Nov. Id at Nancy to receive instructions regarding the question of railways, navigation am| telegraphs. Rev. 10. (_'. Gosnell. pastor Itidgetown llaptlst church, � igned. He will ;',o lo Kings of has ,-ille MILNE TRANSFER ip rati TWO DAYS MORE TO BUY VICTORY BONDS. Coal COD. Phone 1345, Prompt Service. 410 13th Street N.  LETHBRIDGE MACARONI FACTORY L. A. H. Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer fields, who put through with all speed I sage to Labour, is ono of England's the supp'ies of food and munitionment -all lire helping our men a! the front to break the power of the bullies over the peoples. The Dragooning, of Slavei i So Inflated with pride have tho Kaiser and the Junkers become, such ascendency have tho military authorities serurr.l, that they have been ablo to renrpfis all the elements of social power in their own country. Their workers are taken by tho ton thousand, exposed ruthlessly to the nio.-t galling lire of our musketry and artillery alike. Tbe military autocracy of Prussia is dragooning Its slaves and driving them on to death in order to gratify their own ambitions and enfeeble the Internal powers of their own Pacini demoerary. And through llKf.se slaves of theirs they ar perpetrating upon our men every atrocity conceivable. It hucIi tyrants hoeaiuo triumphant foremost labour leaders. A man of extraordinary industry and energy, he has done much for the cause of the working man in the organization of trades unions, and in pleading the cause of labour with tho pen, from the platform an l in Parliament where he sits as Independent Member for North Salford. lie has been at vartous^tiines brick-maker, boa-fmaker, a fisherman and a sailor in the merchant and r.aval. services, having been invalided from j the latter. Leaving tho Sea lie became | a doektnan. organised '.he Dockers' I I'nion. and is now Secretary of the Dork, Wharf. Ulvr.-ilde and Cenera! j Worker:.' Union of Great llrltaln and t Ireland. Hen Tillett. since tbe war broke out, has labore.l inirc.isiiii'ly to pro-mole war Industry, and particularly the production of munitions. He has thrice visited the liglillng Hue and has delivered innumerable lectures In sup- feed europe! Washington. Nov. 14.--Vood Adrrlia-istralor lloorcr will sail for Kurope on the White Star Liner Olympic probably on Saturday, It was learned at the fond administration triNv. lie goes at President Wilson's request lo direct the work of lueditu lie .Waiving peoples of war-torn Kurope. Owing to the lifting of Hie naval censorship, this Is the first time since the war broke out that the name of a ship on which American or other ofllclals sailed or planned to sail for Kurope lias been permitted to be published. On the Olympic also, it is understood, will-be Dr. .Masarick, tires I lent of the Czerhu-SloVak republic, who Is returning lo his liberated country. - Please notify Sec'y Veterans' Club Phone 372 to Day Any or Night Service Train When Called. PHONE 1869 Residence 922 2nd Avenue South TEMPORARY CHANGE TRAIN SERVICE Account Influenza ftpidemlo eff"e* live 12.01 a.m. November 2nd, tr.V.u No. 511 frem Medicine. Hat. to Calenrj> via I.ethhrldge and Alder; yd", w'U run on Monday, Wednesday and Fit' day. No. 52 from Calg.iry to Medicine T?-$ via Aldersvde and L.ethbrtdge wilt run on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, No. 522 from Edmonton to Calgaiy will run dally except Sunday. No. and B24 between CalKn>-y Edmonton will bo withdrawn. No. 527 and 52:KoT"'^od automobile victory or Liberty Ponds, fruit land und residence at Salmon Ann, H. C. Address 1. M. Lvuttn, Travers, A"s>- ____________27.'l - 12 TO TRADi: "Kniilty in well Improved section, close to Let!ibrldj,'o lor clear title half section or city property. MurchlBOU Uros., Cieddes and Uraden. 2S2- -;: TO fltAI)R~l',OK"""CATTLK- New Kerosene tractor and Deere plow, both complete and In excellent condition. Will trade for kooiI stock cattle. Apply Box f.7 Herald. 280 -C TO' THANK-For cattle, horses or hogs, one res'-steve.l Shorthorn bull, three yuars old. Phone K114 or apply at Knight's Farm. 1 1-2 miles north of Experimental Farm. 27'.l-G Insure Against Spanish Influenza Our policy covcr.s all sickness. Pays weekly indemnity. Mukos provision for hospital oxpenses. It is the most liberal policy you can buy. A "Minlmax" beats nil others. $25.00 Weekly for AH Sickness Select and Preferred Classes 124.00 per year with a 10% Uonus. GUARDIAN INSURANCE CO. OF CANADA All policies 'guaranteed by Guardian Assuranco Co., of London, Eng. W. A. LEVITT, AGENT Room 8, Stafford Block Phonos JT17-518 AUCTION SALES I have been gentlemen to sell favored with Instructions from the following by Public Auction at their respective places. Dates Will Be Advertised When Ban Prohibiting Auction Sales is Lifted. A. R. WGCKMTZ, 30-6-22, near Magratli. An extra fine bun'It of pure bred and (--rado Percheron horses, cattle, pigs, farm implements, etc. W. H. JENKS, 33-10-22, near Nobleford. Some fine work horses and brood mares. An exceptionally pood herd of milk cows, pl^s, farm implements, household furniture, etc. W. F. HOPKINS, Hardieville. Soino fine matched teams of horses, cattle, farm implements, household furniture, etc. Also two dwelling houses und Iota. GEORGE P. PORTER 327 11th Street S. Hcferenct-Those Auctioneer Phone 1692 from whom I have been favored vvith sales. free! & Elliott Sheet Metal Work* Winter will soon bo hero and bring with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhauled by us. Kxprrt work. Hot air turuacu work a ape-� .ally. Phone 1711 330 Sixth 8t S. Lethbrldga, Alta. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited P. n. Pr�l�M PHONM Oflaa ........... 11N ta'*lav .......... WHO DOES the BEST CLEANING? LEE DUCK, TAILOR At 402 Thirteenth Street N.-Phone 1770 Lee Duck has been here for five years, and he is a well known 11ilor In the city. He has extended his business by adding one dry cleaning machine. HIGHEST CLASS WORK AND LOWEST PRICES Pressed only...........65c to 75c Sponge Cleaning .... $1.00 to $1.25 Dry Cleaning......$1.50 to $1.75 (DELIVERY FREE) THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting et an ktnda. Asenta for tn* WarM Famout Delco Light Country wiring a tpecfnlty. B18