Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
rm i �A je feecal^ DAILY AND WECKUY 'ifHC I.BtHaRID0BiH6ltAJL0 PRINT- . �th: StNl^ .�outh, Lathbridg* . "W,'A. Buchnnan -: SmiM^nt 'Knd Managing Ciractor ttiUny Arrange - ' Business Manager 'TELEPHONES''- uilntts Office............. 1252 dttortal Oms6me of^iis had to �tay at home to' keep tHe factory chimneys smoking, the marts of trade , busy^o supply the materiala and ' th� weapona with which to smite the'Beast.'". .We have stllMmuch to do. The ' fuse is not over till the premises have been swept and order restor-; ed. 'it willtake hundreds of mll-; lions of dollars to ma'ke the world anything fike the world of 1914. ; And years of toll. We can supply the money.. That is^the least we T can do. Are you doing your part? Buy bonds!- A CHANCE TO PROVIDE EMPLOYMENT Canada Is arranging" to %eep the lactones buy and to~ supply tvork dur- DONT BE A OUITTER It Is no time to quit witen our armies have the measure of the Boche. The big fiohtlng, may be over, that will give ^"=iv.vtvw.. ^ wl^l^help t-8moofh the- pi(th'vwhich i^l?;- r^f^Vj ^f.H, White, author and hpnt^ 6t*D(i ^B^iB.has gone overseas With ain artillery battery. ; ! > IThe'f E aakatdliieSrftu ttBlcj|lii6iie.>6tl^l� Mayor-Jila^ldcDlrRegina, will s^ekj! re-election. ^. � 1 ' ' ' � - .'fho Ba'skhtcH^WBti^ legi3l�ttrro haa bfeeil'CJillod Wni.�tet^D6c. 3r>'i> / � v "SoBterts Shoe?Store,' Medicine Pat, suffered 115,000 damage by fire. . Dr. Whn Craig, a native of Strnth-roy, died In Chicago. Blmer Brownlee, one of known travelling men in Saskatchewan, is dead. the best southern Lieut. Chaa. .W>,MoCoal.,former ciiy editor of the Saskatoon''l^hoeuix, lost K lit pence has Still to tread. , �,. ^ No* should'our sense of aerylcebe d&e bit abo^d. It NvlU be the service of peace and not of war. But service It wlll�tlll"he. Each one of us caa give that service In' like measure as each one of us has rendered it, directly or indirectly. In the war. : Inaivldual-efforthas done much In the war. We have not been dragboned by drastic regulations. Our spirit of i)Yiiie_ ai^j service hasvoi^de the paths of the au- -.monia. thoritles easy. We have abided by' ' waV time regulations voluntarily and without cperSlon. Individual effort has brought out the self-sustaining resources of this country In the vast sums contributed through Victory Loans for the war.; Service has; so to speaks madeiCanada dependent In a great measure on herself. The spirit of sscrUite will lead our Dominion to greater things In the light at what service has done let the continuance of service be one ot about to face. Should "we draw hack the most-pifeclous aftermaths of this Dalton Campbell, druggist, formeriyj of Gravenhurst and Greemore, died at Bracebrldge. Jas. T. Mattlce, commercial super-i intendent of the Manitoba govfirnmoht telephones. Is dead. �. -� - , - . , Rev. Father Morgan Finn, of Brins-atj-Kingston' from pna^i' Winnipeg's new water sup'ply win be turned on towards the-end of .De-oemberT - � ' - H. O. Ward, former &P,R. agent at i., , - Moosimin, and latterly miuiager of Ih^'f M .'8 l^e'levetl tb have Become, Chalet at'SfiskatcheWari Beach , died' �-'�:!''':�: ' of Influenza.. �� , � .. ' �" ^i.'S4i04fa'j^-.^K^Masr, mn a RIKbh 'Playeil* ;Pli'nd^ 'itii' .�:a-Wii!**r Bro�,i'tlew-VVori ^tMTH��io^i' ..... Lt. 1 W.^A. Copeland, 36 years., manager - r------- . , - ^ 8on,VsDfh'of foyteeriirp8,toffife6 Jgfipect pi the Banfc'or"Toronto at Collliigv^ood .Atd^^fHeri^rsQliwM',Toronto. has retired. C. W. Pangman ronto.isucceds him.. of Tof- Dr.J Grave fears are entertained by rela- Kend erson was-only 31. , ,., , Ghas'.. Huttoti, a.^pnner recent of Owen'Sotind/'hut'-for .some-.piPfi'tlis a Into ourselves these prbbMmi must of great and, tor us, victorious war. tives for the safety of Mrs. List.jwho resident, of iij-ftlian,;-Sydenham,.town-disappeared from,-her home, on "*'"-'' Amj > ji.cj; ^rfnthrrtiik^ �*fAsf= �,f. T>sdveral;injured. a-it-'___ I tethe period ot, reconitwctlon so , t !ui ,Stt�f1l. sildlers �,ay Jind 'X} turn tc the big he.pl..,.r.pub^^^^ with easy to etart li c^vli life ajaUi, .1 - It d'*.:^^' iHij-'parion a � 8*ngge�-ticn fronf na-^'aicme.;^ line, wo would �oggeit that tiie'bnildlnx of brand new station here 14, should be demobilized 'Urst and sent home. It is a right they ha-re earned in fonr years of the liardeBt fiijitlng, and such an order .would he something of a tribute to those veterans of the veterans. Oanadlans flhonid raise their vo'eea .and let Ottawa kaow that Canada woaldiM^slad to honor these man to .noh an extent. a .'lelping hand, and e�tabl!sh once mou law and order. If^t.Ui allies do not do this Germany will, and the result will he that Russian wVJ be exploited by the Germans so that Rus-aian'gold wlU pay much of the Ger^ man ,war indemnities, while a new 'fiiiinSSe. t6 Wrld civilization wil]t arise out of German control of the vast Russian resourcesL Boost it to 'a Million Fpday. Friday is to he our "lucky daj^," The Dutch hate a surplus of Llm-burger since last Sunday. , t^lf ,yon.want prosperity peacjB put up thB.^^oney. to - follow To buy yictory Bonds is to hold what you have-^wlth good interest Let's lead all the cities in Western Canada In the number of crowns. ' LethbridgB has led the western cities to �he third crown. Tou really can't beat the old burg. dhainnan Baalim says he thlnk^ he'll get old ex-Kalser Bill's crown for our "Victory Loan flag if we make It a million on Lucky Friday. 1 THETABK of THE ALLIES IN RUSSIA Tuesday's dispatches contained the interesting information that the Bolshevikl had dli^patche^ a note to'the allies; a^tinjg th�t dtW -were ready to discuBB peace termB. The allied answer's Indicated In a further dispatch to the effect that If the Bolshevikl desire to. open negotiations they must do so through the government at Omsk, which is the only constituted . Russian authority recognized by the allies. This news brings to the:fore,^ in Uie midst of the larger neifsot the breakdown of;the'quadrui|le alliance, that'll the allies have a problem to BOlye in iRussia.lieforei the war can he conaid-' ered'satisfactorily settled. 'So import, *nt;*iddeed, do;eB'World'a Work con-: ideVi^tiie'RuBjiii^n'situation that its lue was^ devoted almost entire-a dlBOttSBlon of , sltua^^^ allies >jjmai^ia.ther-way, but still dominated Russia t.itlna commercial way as she is doing \^ I'l^ow th''ough th9 BoUhevlki, would iii'j come out flf the whole struggle a win-(, tfet; and jUie allies are therefore faced p sviti the task of reconstituting Rus-�^^^h^^ti hothiin a political and coiqmercial Sri ' " ijtpljsta, 'saye'^he magazine, is In- a il!Jlj4. xondltion- icommerclally-:.�^^ Lethbridge should get an extra gun or two if the million is reached Friday. JLiOt's earn our war trophies as the boys at the front have earned them. Make it a tailllon -and then the boys will know on their return that Lethbridge is ready to do everything possible to give them a start in civil life again. That heading "Need a quarter of a million more" In Jast night's paper was wrong. Canada needed to raise one hundred.mllllpn and a quarter more. - It will- raise it too. 4 Iff iiJ; ir.i.f aarf; The Winter With New Rubier^: Ul 1% Minister of Education Cody in Ontario proposed that returned soldiers should enter the teaching profession. They/ woul^ certainly make good in geography and history after their war �xp6rienc^ It the: people of Lethbridge hold |2,-0()0,000 ,-worth of victory bonds when it iB'ali'^overthj city's debt will not really appears'to be so large after all. The wealth of the city in bonds alone will prove that. Of cdursi^, we all wantto econ5mizi^ahd no trufer economy than wearing Fathers. 1^ the health and the shoes of every member of the family^ especially the children. But there's no, ecsononiy iii wearing old Rubbers that are worn tlirdugh at sole,. , �toe or heel.;^^ � '�.--^ KANsnrl 'BUMK 'CO. Start the winter right-with new Rubbers. Not a single pair; but a pair of Rubbers lor each Style of shoes-fitted to insure comfort and long wear. A new pair of Rqbbers on an old pair of shoesi makes the ola shoes as serviceable as ^' new ones-at a small pan of the co^ of new shoesi * ^ There is a style and shape for every shoe-tfor men, women and children- in these six brands of reliable Rubbers, sold by the leadjhg shoe'stpres "Jacques Gartier** "Merchants" "Granby" 1 "Doniimoii Dominion Rubber Product. The Union government did right to send a labor representative along to the peace conference overseas. Labor deserves to be recognized for the part it played m the war and the part it is bound to play following the war. The better relations we have with labor ,thB better tor Canada.