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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR 1HUHSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, HUH Xetbbrtbae Ibcvalfc DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietort and Publislxirs THE LETHBRIOQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED S23 6th 8tM�t South, Letbbridge W. A. Buchanan President nr.d Managing Director John Torrance - - Business Mauagor TELEPHONES Business Office ........... Editorial Office .......... Subscription Rates: Dailv. dpHvcro.l, per wppk ... D.illy. delivprivl. P'*r yi-nr ... Daily, by mail, per year ..... "Weekly by mail, p-Sear dailv on address label. Acceptance of pjpers nftw expiration da to Is to coc'inuf! the sub- our authority 'scriptlon. THE LEAST WE CAN DO Many of us would have been gUd to have a part In the glorious exploits of the Canadian troops abroad. But we could not all go. Some of us had to stay at home to keep the factory chimneys smoklnjj, the marts of trade busy-to supply the materials and the weapons with which to smite the Beast We have still much to do. The fuss is not over till the premises have been swept and order restored. It will take hundreds of millions of dollars to make the world anything Tike the world of 1914. And yearn of toil. We can supply the money. That is the least we can do. Are you doing your part' Buy bondi.' DONT BE A QUITTER It Is no time to quit when our armies have the measure of the Boche. The big fi(jhting may be over, that will give the boys "over there" n rest. And they are entitled to It. But we-the men and women at home-must buckle on our armour for further warfare. We have some big probloms to handle. We must keep the chimneys smoking while the armies are being disbanded. We must make Canada prosperous. There Is work to do building up France and Belgium- at the expense of the Bociie-and Canada must do her part in supplying the materials for reconstruction. The Victory Loan .vlll keep Industry humming. It Is not tnc time to quit. breakdown of the hankiuc and transportation "rii* has loft her a b.-'.p-Iose?-i:l>!,> men. and tli'.i-s the .-.mn'ry'i ere.lit has been ruined. The raiiw:iys have utterly no system, and tV r��n*.t i-that part of the roumy -s ro'lini: in ssirpl':s supplies, \v)n!� oth-T pi:!,�, r-Tuuiiariv the -I.-u-ro eitl.-s. ..re fie- THE LEAVEN OF war (('ONTlNlTK.n FROM Fkojjt PaosI 1H ti- ls I:: liitprc-'.'od widi tlio re-iy look wliH confiilenco . coniini: of soM'.ettiiHj. in tho of the tlelden Ago. after the and tribulations of a ruthless each i ml'ide ! to lh-' shape 1 trials J war. i ' Tliis war has created a bond of fel-' low feeliuR. He-pet I and sympathy i for one ano'iier have been its prodom- inatins note tot'.eii whole tilli vati'Mi of tlii-�� it h:i- brought that it lire which has nmde (lio 1 pertplo* Kin. The ]iroser-(-ni.'.ii'.s a presMiiR duty I u  She ..lid r :n,i� .ie :r. well ,i.. prived the im: for ed. Th a v i r' �, of svrv �u o: ivis e.it ic.trhi e victory s"|f.,!e:-l.i It has h and. s..,-: s the leaven !:ard it. .'.id to be thr time nocessity V.'r..\t many of :-.>rd as neees-I'nial spirit of '.'..- i-iuihl very .. self has de-.one towards oil-� which was toil-li;i - accomplish-'.as proved to bo ti t:ie in^r there famine die thi ,o task is tno- ra H".--n-. � winter t before ;'. 'oM. The; ar -1 a r * a'.il. must r-' i away �e-p-in-whi-h A CHANCE TO PROVIDE EMPLOYMENT Canada i.� arrun�inp to keep tho lactorles busy and to supply work dur-Ins tho porlod of reconstruction so it*t all returned soldtors nny find t easy to start in civil lifo a�aln. If thfl C.P.R. will psrdon a susses-tlen from ux alone this line, wo would uggeit that the bulldl-is of a brand now station horo opposite Ga". ("mr-Ccnr would be a fine way ti "ipp'y work in Ihi� section. It seems to 113 lyPthbrldg.' !u; ea.T.-ed ii real statlop In the pan vein. inc will Th I 'ore, � with the Ho!-!ieviki. �!io are | sible for the sad state of affair ' has. overtaken th�> ennntry. and they | must jend economic rommissicns into j the enunlry to rehabilitate iti railway | and bankir.c system". Worl.l'-i Work ! declare? tlia* nin..-t?nths of t ;e rvo-j pie of Russia are opposed t.� .he era.-y j socialistic rule which provail*. The I mafiilne also declares th.V. l'.n ia ] �tlil has goods to trade with the a'.-tes j for the foodstuffs the country so mucli � rctds. The task is net Rdi.^ i,, ),. J an rany one. but one1 i>.;\ jr.v is out 'of t!i,� wny the m'.'cd tiatloi jh v.i! 1 turn tr the hip h.ei,-.'- is r-.p'.tb::c ' a .lelpir.R hsnd. ar.! �.�f.-.h!is;t e-r.> I rroii law and order. 1' �'i  s.i".�s do not do this Germany vii;. and the je-suit will be that Ilu'tdan w' i bo oi-plolted hy th� Gerrmn-- -o that ;t'i  ' s!an gold wili p.iy nitich of :!>��� ntrol of the \-.\->t U�.i aian resources. W!' l-ss 1..(.-I;. t-i the it�- i - war \.�� has s ��; as ar if to 1 b>-y\ ic vie'or � ,1.1 l-M the that in-sacrifice ,,tust Tialn'.enat . " w tile :i. ilt'l',; ,,' about to f.,ce into ourselves i . i or-.- a as w ,i as i.e v o-: rry t\' jiraee �e 1 Tti.it victory cc; :fi( e a- nineli c... ' w oh war. In and .irlju.-ttuetit :..;ii s-rvl. e and 'i.ait.tained Tiiat  ir-e illy helpful in ;t-'.Oenis iv. are uhl we draw back � problems must of nood become v'cxod and hard In the j settling. Tho war, it is I rue, has to all Bp-poarancos endod, but servlco and anc-riflco must �UU go on. Have son-Ice and sacrlflco done us nny harm? It Is trtio tho bitter sacrifices mndo by our loved onos li.ne bereaved ninny a homo and caused auituish unutterable. This wo can only trust to tho hand ot time to heal. Hut, however unbearable thoso sublime sacrifices to those bereft we can only look on th^m as splendid oxnmples to us a3 to how duty should be sensed. They who have gono have shown us the way. if that lesson has boon Inprnined in us then tho heroes who have fallen would not have fallen in vain. They have shown that sacrifice counts, and greatly counts. Tho bitter sacrifices which have been made we shai! not be called upon | to make In the pete., that has dawned. Hut if that spirit remains with us it will help to smooth the path which penco has still to tread. .Nor should our sense of service bo one bit abated. It will be the servlco of peaco and not of war. Hut service it will still bo. l'.ach one ot us can plvo that service in like measure as each one of us has rendered It, directly or indirectly. In the war. individual effort tins done much the war. We have not been draKooiii d by draatlc n-KUlat i-ms. Our spirit of ia-. e .service has made the paths of tho an-1 UP thorltie* easy. We have abided l.y ;'i"K|war time regulations voluntarily and | without coercion Individual effort has hrocjh, o it the self-sustalniru: resource-; of this country In the vast sums contributed through Victory Loans for the war. Service has, so to -jp.-ak. made Canada dependent In a ere at measure on h-',-. self Tho r.pir'.t : : : .u-riflce will lead our liominlon to creator thin�> In .tie licht u>f what -erneo has done lot tho continuance of service be one of the most prco(ou !i tiiiain lown-idntio psrtli nlarly suffered. At Santa hip, db I from the ef;. ,ti uf I'arls I S.ifla, a church collapsed, eight per- I sons being killed and several injured. If a.!i-.i!jilsti'.rcd. SEND HOME MEN OF FIRST CONTINGENT The MiKges'hm is made In many iiuarters that the ! nys cf the first con-tintent and those who preceded them to tho battlefields uf Franco and Handera should be the first to be demobilized and sent home to Canada Of that 33,000 it is estimated that lejs than -as. prior to Xo�. Xat, 1H4, should b* demobilijod first and sent home. It u a right they hate earned in four years of the fcardeat fighting, and -urn an order would be something of a tribute to those veterans of the veterans Canadians should raise their vo'ces nd let Ottawa aaow that Canada would ba,glad to honor ihetn m?n to oh an extent. !'.oo�! :t to a Million !'r'day Friday is to be our The Dutch have a "':r;.'.,i- of burger since last Sunday If y.e.i want prosp-ri'v '-"> fo pence put up the money To buy Victory Bond- to what you have-with good inter*.- h.v.d Let's lead all the cities )n vVestern 1 Canada In the number of crowns. !*>thbr!rtR� has led the western cities to '.ho third crown Von really can't X>m *.h� old burg MERCHANTS R U B B E Rumi?i o N x MAPLE RUBBER A t'hsirman Baalim !.ay., he thln'ri he'll get old ox-Kaiser Hiira crown for our Victory Loan flag if wo make it ii Million oa Lucky l-'riday. Lethbridg* ehould get an extra gun or two if the million is reached Friday. Let's earn .,ur wir trophies m the hoys at the front have earned THE TA�K OF THK ALLIES IN RUSSIA Tuesday's dispatches contained the! them Interesting information that the Bob j -- shevikl had dispatched a note to the I a million and then ti.a allies (dating that they were ready to boys will know on their return trial 4t�..,jS9 pose* term� Th� nll(�d m- ' L��M>rid�e Is ready to do evirytbi::? �wer is Indicated in a further dispatch possible to give them a titan in civil to the effect that. If the Iiolshevikl ^Hfe again. daslra lo.open negotladons they munt | -~~ do so through the government at Omsk, which is the only constituted Hussein authority recognized by the allies. This news brings to the fore, in '.he midst ot the larger r.owa ot tho breakdown of the quadruple alliance, that -Minister of Education Cody in On the allies have a problem to solve in i Iarir' proposes that returned soldier* Uuhsia before the war can be eonuld- ' should enter the teachtug profo-iaiou. red satisfactorily settled. So import- [ They wouid certainly make good in That heading "Need a quarter of a million more" in last night's paper was wrong. Canada needed to raiso one hundred million and a quarter more it will raise it too ! ant, indeed, does World'3 Work con-aider the Russian situation that ita lift iaiuo was devoted utmost entirety rtO a discussion of the situation which the allies must face in Russia. One ataWmunt made by the maga-�Ine stands out, and ihat is tiat (ler-tnany. If she lott the war In every Other way, but still dominated Russia In a commercial way as she ii doing now though thq HoUheviki, would come out of the whole struggle a uinner, and the allies are therefore faced with the task of reconstituting Kus-ia both in a political and commercial way_. Russia, says the magazine, is in. a pitiful condition commercially. Tho geography and history after their war ; experience. j if the people of Lethbrtdge hold |2,-000,000 worth of Victory bonds when it is all over the city':, ht will not really appears to be -:o Ijrae after all. The wealth of liie city in lejnds iilon.) will prove thar. The I'nion guverimo-nt .!:�! rir;:.t to .-end a labor representative along to the peace i--,ilfuivnc>! oversea >. Labor deserves to ho r. it played in the \ hound to play to better re'uili.ms the belter for Canada. 'gtiiz. d for tiiu p in ar and the p ut it is lowing t :s(. war. The , iia\e witli labor \vi 1HCRCHAMT5I Start The Winter Right- With New Rubbers. Of course, we all want to economize-and there's no truer economy than wearing Rub! :>ers. They protect the health and the shoes of every member of the family, especially the children. But there's no economy in wearing old Rubbers that are worn through at sole, toe or heel. Start the winter right-with new Rubbers. Not a single pair; but a pair of Rubbers for each ^tyle of shoes-fitted to insure comfort and long wear. A new pair of Rubbers on an old pair of shoes, makes the olcl shoes as serviceable as new pari of the ones-at a small cosl of new shoes. There is a style and shape for every shoe-for men, women and in these six brands of reliable Rubbers, sold by the leading children- shoe stores" 0URXDAISYJI "Granby" "Dominion" "Daisy" '*40t MAR* .'i^>j^'v "Jacques Cartier" "Merchants" "Maple Leaf99 These marks distinguish a Dominion Rubber System Product. 14 Dominion (.RUBBER^- ;