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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta iHE LET^BKlDGliJ DAILY HERALD PAGE THREq FHA,T SQN-IN4IAW OF PA'S III �T1f And Pa Prepay the Space. By Wellington �\veu.-l MUST INSIST TWVOUWe/>�R SDMETH)N(5-Ei-SB �roNKfm'�'J'VE SOME SPRIhi.-?- ONIONS r-i , PUAHTPP >0Art /^.NP WAH oust BEsee that to bajit � the mercy ot Germany,' as the peoples lot Eastern Biirops, Is to receive not mercy but tyranny, and to experience the grinding heel of unrelenting ' I oppression., New Br)jtalitlei$ The German ih now .tfdtllng to the Paris, Nov. M.T^More' than 2,5321 unspealtable barbaa-lspi o� th,e, war American prisoners-in Gei'ina'n camps' such wiclced Implements as the new wer^ released immediately by ' the gas that strips men's bodies of clothes signing of the'German" arlnistice.ac- and skin 'alike and murders them cording to the latest figures prepared where they stand in trench or dug-out. by the American Red Cross in Switzerland.', The number includes all the, Amerr leans captured to Nov. 1, it i� eatimat-' 'ed that only a feW'hundred more were captured after^that date.'"' ." ? ? ? � * * ? ? MY MESSAGE TO l-ABOR ? ? By Ben Tlllett, M. P. . ? ? , . ' > 4, ?  ? Gorged with murder-blood aiid trea-, sure," the Kaiser, Ludendorff and the' whole gang of-jTunkers-their maddest ambitions more than satisfied by the crushing ot^Bmall nations; the corruption � of other-nation^, and the anarchy of^ Russia-^started out on a npw and "still more arrogant offensive. Gorged With-Torritbry ' They are flinging away mllliong more of lives of the Industrial people of the European nations,^ Including �their, own, to gratify their .insensate ambitions. They are bleedlhg re-inorsel6ssly th'e"Working people of the But the Germans are beginning to re gret their own malignancy by reason of our effective reprisals, and I hope that everything will be done, to quicken transport, to expedite-sending out to our men .at the Front j^e power that will relieve them a�}d'throw the enemy intp contusion and press them back. Every ton ot shells, every consignment of guns,;every crate of gasmasks, every cargo of rails and.sleepers that reaches tHeProift without hitch, every ship that leaves the slips and sets out on .its voyages, isNi direct blow to tjie German menace. How the Workers Help The docker and the \riveter, tlie shell-maker and the oliemical; v.'orker, the worker in the factories and in the fieids; who put through with all speed the supplies of food and munitionment -all are helping our men at the '^^ront to break the power of the bullies over the peoples. 1 The Dragooning of Slaves � So inilated with' prfde . have-the Kaiser and the.Junkers, become, such ascendency have the military authorities secured, that tigy.have been able on the Western ^Front what a hell would lie before U4! Even with victory attending us, the industrial work-evs will be faced by years oE econoraie strain.; But,if we had to add, to the expenses of tkC^war the addition ot | an indemnity to be paid to an enemy, the burden upon labor would amount j to an overwiielming slavery. Taxaa; for indemnity payments and tor enor-| mous armaments would be chained lo London, Nov. 14.^(British wireless our backs'and to the backs of our chil; service)-Communications liave been �dren and: their children. With food advanced to the German authorities 1 still at high prices our whole poEltion given directions for German delegates , would become Intolerable. The greatsr jn conformity with the, armistice con-' pirt of that whole burden would neces- ditions, to present .themselves to dele-sarily be assumed by industry, arid in- gates of the King of the Belgians'at dustrlallsm. t Bruges on Nov. .15, and also to the "NVe Must Back Up Our Men." 7 president of the )'pter-allied commis-What it would mean to have our slbn of railways in the field and the own debts with those of the . enemy president of the ihter-allied commis-superimposed upon them- ,baffles the sion ot navigation on.Nov. Ifi at Nancy imagination. jBut that'is what would to receive instructions regarding the Rev. E. C. Gosnell, pastor of Ridgetown Baptist church, has signed. He will go to KIngsvllle. TWO DAYS MORE TO BUY VICTORY BONDS. LETHBRIOGE MACARONI FACTORY MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. 280-26 in TEMPORARY CHANGE TRAIN SERVICE Account Influenza Epldomlo eMec* tive 12.01 a.nii Novemb�r 2nd, train No. 511 frcm Medicine Hat to Calgari' via Lethbridge and' ^Aldersyde, will run on Monday, Wednesday and Prl� 4ay. No. 52 from Calgary to Medicine Hal via Alderflyde} and L'ethbrldge .Will run on Tuesday, .Thursday, and: Saturday. , , �, .' No. 522 from Bdnionton to Calgary iwiil run da'lly- except Sunday. No. 533 and 524 between Calgaiy and Edmonton will.be vylthdrawn. No. 527 and 528 between Hardlsty and Edmonton will be withdrawn. For further particulars apply any C. P. R. Ticket Agent, or . . J. E. PROCTOR,; District Passenger Ageat, Calgary. world to gorge thetaselves with terri-1 to repress all tliB elements of social tory, military glory;.^aiid wealth. It power m their own country. Their all makes the position terribly clear to us who carry the Industrial ^burden. The-characteristic of the bully-German is simply � rapacity; And now/he has to face the c'ost of' his own supreme-mistake.ii' i-  ' '�. ''the Qe'rmiin''Mlstake His mistalte 'In'tliuB' 'defying.' th'o' .world has brought hiirf*.tddky face to L.face With the moral antapoaism of the world organised Into ail iron military rosifltanco, and-behind that resistance I-is the p-syohologyof aJgreat spiritual, workers'are takewby the�ten thousand, exposed ruthlessly to the most galling fire of-our musketry and artillery alike.- The military autocracy of Prussla/is dragooning >lt3^;^slaves >and drivingyifemd'A t^. aeath.>ln^rder to gratify their own^^ambitipiis and. enfeeble,'the interniii power* of th'ejr own sttolal detnooraey; > A^d thropgh these slaves of ..tlteirs they are perpetrating'liporn'our men ejrery atrocity conceivable. ^1, . ,^. ,! .v. If .such tyrants'became triumphant come upon us if we allowed our Array and Navy tp be crushed by any slackness or apathy on our part. We must back up our men with every ettqvt and give to their -dependents every succour. There is not a mant among them who is not ready to lay down his life for us, and we must do c Ben Tlllett, siVice tbe" war briike out, has labored unceasingly to promote war industry, and y^rticiilarly, the production 'Of munitions. He has" thrice visited the figliting line and has delivered innumerable lectures in sup- question of telegraphs. railways, navigation and T FEED EUROPE Buy More "Vlcfory Bonds I Chnitrltated; to llie Tietorf Leao OundHM By 0�rfonV. Ttompwa' Writer or "Fwrtke (Hstj.ef tk* Orsttd Old ris^ Washington, No\rJl4.--==-Food AdnaJa-istrator Hoover will sail for Europe on the White Star . Liner Olympic probably on Saturday, it was learned at the food'administration today. He goes at President Wilson's request to direct^.the work'of; feeding the starving/peoples of war-tqrn Europe. T-'Owingito.the lifting,of the naval censorship,-this is the first time since the war.bi;6ke out that the name of a ship on which Americanipr other officials sailed or planned to.i sail for Europe has, been permitted ,v.to be published. On tiie Olympic also,.It is understood, \?ill-/be D;-. Masarlckgpcesiiient of, the J Ozecho-SloVak' reiiuJSllc, 'who is returning to his liberated coi^ntry; - General Superintendent Cameron of .the,O.P.Ri, .referring to reports of the '.Canadian Pacific Railway Company's Intention to import ajnumber of foreign miners, stated that there wa� nothing in. the report^as the railway company has no intention of Importing-any'miners, refugees or others. WAR VEtERAfi WHEN; YOU HAVE A ^OB to-qtr^ER ^ Please nohry SecV Veterans' Club Phone 372 L. A. H. Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer Day or Night Service to Any Train When Called. PHONE 1869 Residence 922 2nd Avenue South Tractor Repairs We specialize in reboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and_ rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tracters. Ford Engines Rebored ^NIVEN BRO& 216 1st Ave. S. Phona 1^2 port pt the vigorous prosecution of the war;'both by the jirmles in the .field and bjr the industrial workers at home. ' � . * -T FOR EXCHANGE The Hm\A tVhen .. Kuplylnij Mention TO TiIaDE-For. good- automobile. V^ictory or Liberty Bonds, fruit land and residence at Salmon Arm, B. C.-r Address I. M. Lyman, Travers, Alta. . 273-12 AUCTION SALE3 I have been favored wlthi Instructions Irom the following gentlemen to sell by Public Auction at their respective places. Dates Will Be Advertised When Ban Prohibiting _ Auction Sales fs Lilted. A. R. WbCKNITZ, 30-6-22, near Mag^^^ An extra fine bunch of pure bred and. srrade Percheron horses, cattle, pigs,- farm implements, etc. W, H. JENKS, 33-10-22, near Nobleford. Some fine work horses and brood mares. An exceptionally gobd herd of milk cows, pigs, farin implements, household furniture, ere. W.F. HOPKINS; HardieviUe. Some fine matche4 teams of horses, cattle, farm implements, ' household furniture, etc. Also two dwelling houses and lots' ' GEORGE P. POSTER 827 11th street 8. Auctioneer Phone 1692 ^Reference-Tiiass from whom I have been favored with sales.' Dr. A;T. Spankie EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns'Building, Corner 8th At* and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M207T Interne and House SorgeoB, Manhattan Eye,' Ear, Nose -and Throat Hospital, New York CItf, 1911-1914. Speclallat to Calgary School Board AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm machinery., Sales cdnditct-ed ia any part ot Alberta. ^ P.UVALLEY COALOALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates jBatI Tha Dowsley Land Agency, ^ bridge. Phone 1800 Lath- Freel&fHiQtt Sheet Metal Works Vinter will soon.be here aad bring with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhaul-, ed by us. Expert work. Hot air lurnace work a tp�' cialty. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St � Lethbridge, Alta. TO TRADE-Equity, in well improved section, close to Lethbridge for clear title half section or city property. Murchison Bros., Geddes and. Braden. __ _;___ � � _ '"^2-3 TO' -TRADE FOR CATTLE-Now Kerosenalractor and Deere plow, both complete and in excellent condition!" Will trade for good stock cattle. Ap-1 ply Box B7; Herald. 280-G Vic - to . ry Bonds! Put your coin out t� fight For your Oive the * Kai. ser � ~^ ehill- ,Take � Help the boys in PrMoeBers's a -Ton will save andyou'U make: Ooiind flag and. for ten' dol-lar glo. ri- ous -pnt in your, right And bill And chance.;. Just stake. And TO TIRADE-For cattle, horses or* hogs, one registered Shorthorn bull, three years old. Phone R114 or apply at Knight's Faim, 1 1-2 miles north of Experimental Farm. ' 279-6 Insure Against Spanish InfMenza, , Our policy covers lall sickness. Pays weekly  indemnity. Makes provision for hospital expenses. It Is the most liberal policy you can buy. A "Minimax" beats all ojthers. - $25.00 Weekly fdr All Sickness  Select and Preferred Classes $24.00 per year witi a 10% Bonus. - GUARDIAN INSURANCE CO. OF CANADA All policies guaranteed by Guardian Assurance Go,, of 'London, Eng. ' f ................  W. A. LEVITT, AQENT Room^ 8, 8taffoi kinds. Agents for tiM yruM. Famous Delco, Light. Country wiring a specialty, -, 618 4th Avanua Box sm Phone 735 A Prosperous Cityt $50,000,000 worth of Gram anri other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridsre; Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond'or two and see that your Will is properly drawn.. ., The British Canadian Trust Coe executor. administrator. assignee. etc. HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH 8THEET 8. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 1841 320 Aci^es in the Warner District Half under cultivation, good house and other buildings, * all fenced, , well, for , f'33:00 : per acre. Horses andwraaohlnery ^ Included, > fl^flfOO cash, balancefhalt crop, Interest 7%. I ' CHAS. T. COUSINS:; j. SKIFF, ALTA. ' , > / �rf SPENCE'S* AUTO LIVERY Hiam call's, LeTHORiDoe hotel, phone 1324 ' ''country trips "  CLuSEO car day phone 1148 res, PHQNE 42� It- FURS^mS^FURS*l#.� Highest Prlcis Paid' CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL , COMPANY. /..i^JjS Green Barley Sheaves, Green Oat Sheaves, Green W|ieat JSheaves, Green Qat Straw; Upland Prairie Hay, Slough Hay a^i Bailed mfiflt Rock Bottom Prices Patterson, PhorielSoi "furnT, -r ;