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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Ibbrlbde ibetalb ictbbri&flg, aibcrta .DAILY AND WCkKLY irHELSTHBRiOQE HERALD PRINT. V^INO.COMPANY, UNITED j|K3 tth atmt South, Uthbrldge / W. A. Buchanan yPreBMent and Managing Director iTolin Torrance > - Buaineia Hanaier '>. --..TELEPHONES ualnM* Office ........... Etiltarial Offiea .......... 12.52 1224 .15 Subscription Ratea: Jftally.idelivered, per week_____ Dallfi delivered, per year .�7.S0 gaUy, byjnail, per year.........54.00 Weekly, by mall, per year......Jl.50 }V68kly, by mall, per year to U.S..52.00 X^Datas of expiry of subscriptions op. near ..dally on address label. Acceptance qt papers after expiration date Is flur ,authority to contlnne the subscription. Insp^e to urge that-more sho'uld locate In Canada. They cling periistenV-' ly In most Instances, to their laostiage land customs, and refuse to asBimllate. We must move -wisely, on this matter of immigration or otbervlae we will' face problems'that may 1)e incapable of solution. iMake it a Million. The Clown Prince Is no-w in Dutcbi The count. Kaiser as 'S Count doesn't What would you do witli the Kaiser if you were the tlnsl judge? The Kaiser still talks of "my armies." But he dassent say It to their face. mmm Greatly Enthused Over .Armistice News-Influenza Epi> demic Under Control GLORY ENOUGH fro 00 AROUND. :\ i;il�tory will acco�d our fight-.,in(iMad� full-pralce for the noble V part\lfi Eu\�pe. 'W'e' were not all permitted to haca in that.glory. But we have had tasks at home which were na^asary to perform li* cur fighting ladsiwera to accomplish complete, fcsirlti. Canaifa has dona wajl In prevldlng the weapons Yvlth whleh;:^ our.; fIghtlifg iai^ ' fought, i (f.wa ar*.to reap the full benefits of �victory' we must keep Canada prosperous. Victory Bends.^Will do-it. Buy all you cani ..This ma^ T)e your last opportunity to purchase Victory Bonds, the best investment on earth. Buy a special bond to mark the enfl of the .-world war and to help the boys get a start In civil life when they come home. There ought to he a puhlic raising of that Victory Loan .flag with all the crowns if Letlibrldge' goes over the million mark, on Friday. Mister, If you can buy another Victory Bond and haven't done so, how are you going to square yourself with the boys -when they come home? Fooh has now taken all the Hun subs. He is not going to let them continue to "be pirates, however much their inclination may be that way. tLQYDjCEORGE. BTILL A RADICAL .V . "Pttnia^ Uoyd George, befora tha ;W*r, naraa known aa one of the groat iRl%lK>r MnctlupnsX'^z^ wage" a^MusJn'g. ^^J^mler de*^ .elared'''tlut ;tti^e^^^^ db^'&i ti'on^whlch tbe^^ar hai^'Woiig^t^^^a^ must pot he lost There, muat^the no fUqtlon. .Uoyd.* George-^ Is; m'n^^^a'inBn of. the pedvItMa^- fief-l 'Wfis.'lle la eTidtatly-iologL^torapi^ly I tlj'e feaaons of' the. ^wsi'^t; home^^^^^^^ ffeU Oa'aeelag that tho-wieaaia ii ll^ed'vto ^Ger^ina^ eondi- , 't|0B�5||iU .over "ttV wdrW/wi i^ot, made l^ttri as a result of the' terrible stmg-. lpi�^l|l|qu)^''h�Te been learned has been ,�oat. , � ' Uam -HohenxoUemj now. TT^C Pl(bBLBM OF THE Fpfipani BORN .la^fOonuuentlBg upon the moremant ot> Ij^panonltaa into Oaaada, Hon. W. Bi. KifMing. Amsar aln|!atar of Fin-S^cf, in his paper, the JoaJmalot Com-pifree^llata the ease for eacluslon la Miea^-irorda, that will he endorsed by ^Tcs^y thoughtful Canadian. Thrn'mr haa shown that the proeeas : of MitnUiatloB'Ifad not kept pace with the iftiiilr iBflnx of foreigners. In the �ir(sl{i ^hipb cmmt to the country in : Aiwust', *lll4, nany of the foreigners |l�d ta,be interned while thousands of atliers ohserred a neutrality bordering jltagonmaly near open sedition, iqlt.'ia now recognised that little can 'lie: doi^B with � grown-uprman that lepras a foreign country/and aattlea in a tend. He may be a law-abiding ett)B�n aa long^ aa there Is no conHict Of infereats, but once his homeland Is footed, the early asaodatlona aa a ri|Ie prove too strong for hia newly (prmed ties. -The hope of Canadlanlz-Ing the foreigners Ilea in the public achoola, and > it la through thls^eat' ^genqy of democracy that the Winnipeg ^nen are seeking to Caaadianlze th(? new comers. The work is a wor-()iy one iand should have the heartiest aupport and co-operation of our 6ov-ffwnent^^our big bualnesa men and all ^]ip are interested in the building np I l^f a 'loyal bodr of Canadian citizens. .7)!iere if a/�ason from this more-pt.whiqh we should take to heart, ^JjrrnoKto throw open oUr doors Isci^lminately and allow the scum pff'Sconring of continental Europe mi^ our gates. Perhaps no one can fmclally blamed as we all wdr-^^t)ed the God Off Bigness and ^9Mbt t4^.j)ji�: .country'^would be-" �* lyp^pled It with tecm-V/Hf-JliM!, little vbr . no gX|n�}ityrT4iumtlty- being �aT!58- baTe.,toar&ed sb^tU)ti40i*liaTe a few loyal (i%a;^tlnie'>;of' crisis than to I immr. of r.of;-coaljiin>:.8e^^^ months., It; waa Woi^hWhliisi' We,might ,try it .again. �,:y^V-'� � . The world � war-ended-jjn the eleventh hour of tAeeleveuth day of the elevwit^ zqi^'th ^ of -1�18. Now' jome OtVthoae nioiieronB propheta and sta-tUticiana will come along and aay"! told yo000 more a half an hour after the campaign opened. Remember, the half hour meant 12.30 a.m. of the opening day. They Imow how to work in the night down there. The .tlnited Presa, opposition of the Associated Press, with which is affiliated the Canadian Press, pulled the biggest hoax of the war with its premature announcement that the armistice ha,d bpen sfened nearly tour days rbefore the actual signatures''were af-flxdd to the' momentp.uB document-The United Press took a long guess in the .hope of making a world heal. They guessed wrong, fooled' mlUIona of people, and lost a reputiitlon. (From Our Own Corrsatvtndentj Blalrmore, Nov, 12.-Aa soon as the news of the signing Of an ' armistice with Germuny, which practically means the complete eurrenddr of that country, was received In Blhlrmcre and confirmeid from reliable sources, the whistles, church and school, bells and anything that would dang -or blow was started and an >unbroken "racket" was kept up for a jidnslder-able time. Everybody, -wore,-!^. smile of victory and crowds bewm to-gather on the streets to taUL.ajid. chaat_,pver this wonderful and ^Iftddeniuj^ � news. A mass meeting was''called at once and arraiigementa. :mada, ..fQi'i,,B., big celebration parade. The.psirftae took placo in the afternoon arid despite the fact that tie people of Blalrmore'had during the last coUple of Weeks been living strictly up to 'the mask aad quarantine laws, Bla'irmbre being quarantined against all comers and goers, a monster parade it proved to be. The management 6f the parade was in the hands of th� officials' of the West Canadian Collieries Ltd.,- and it could riot have b8e4 managed better. Unfortunately thereMs-no orga-nlzed band in Blairmore.. but the; instruments of the 192nd: Battalion .which are in Blairmore, were "let looso" and anybody who could play- a trumpet or bang a drum headed/. ..the procession with these instrument's and the noise created, (note the noise, not,music) was deafening. The big Company Lorry headed the procession with the ""band" and abodt thirty oars Including, four filled with "Vets" from the Frank Sanatorium decorated with the flags of tha Allies followed and proceeded 'to the village of Bellevue, some, five miles/.distant, and back. . � � At night a monfter boii-fI;re -was built and the inevitable i offices of big and little Willie, ware hun^t ithere-on amid shouts and. cheers "from the surrounding crowds, E*lreworks were then started while, the. band; better organized than In the afternoon,'having at its bead big'()le Olson with the big drum, paraded the streets. . After the fire had burnt low and th6't>eopi& had quitted somewhat an improm^tu^plattornt was erected outside the:-Victory ^^Uoan Offlc.�|B and speeches;were delivered by'jdipie of the local .orators.-thna winding -up a day-that-had been.-crammed,^uU of patriotic -relolclng over . tjio j:jlctory attained by the arms ofi^r^at Bri-taia-�nd her allies, y^4f -Influenza Epidem|c.''.^>'; -.'.'The. Spanish influenza "epidemic la Mw-^pafely under oon|p>l, ^^nks to tM^Si^tlfIng",energy|of th**}Medical Offlceri J>r. G. E. B,ay field slstants. Blairmofe has Ji' trjfjne time but. happily too the^heglqnlng of the sprei the' epidemic under 'control: weeks now the townTisa,,beeniJ9trictIy q.uara}itlned and all .arrlvlpejfM^ put under quarantine for'at. le'eatipventy-four hours before holng^Uawetfifo mix with the people of the tojvnwl^'&rwish-ing to leave Blairmore m\�i{:j%St get permission from the IJ^altlf^0|flcer., All .stores are closed one.'.p.m. daily- and people are .r^^pested tip keep off, the streets aa much'as/jpoaaible. By. taking-these precautionf is be-]^eyed that the larger malprlty^of the people have escaped the.flu A^d we can now say that the -worjst ie^oVer!, We regret that one .death occurred in Blairmore from the flu, ...that of Stacey Smith, who leaveq a wife of only a few mouths to mourn hla untimely death. , :. Several families have been released from quarantine during.the last day or so and there -are only a small number who. are still 'under quarantine with the-sicknesa Goes to Calgary.  J. F. Hunter, who hap for som? years held the office of'Collector of Customs at the port of Blairmore,. leaves tor Calgary Weduesdiiy night with his family. Mr. Hunter has been transferred to tile Customs i Department at Calgary. � ; .. ecember 4 and poK ling will taka'pIaceVoD December li.: The date for Oie' counting of the ballots wlU'cLepend on a hill now before parliameEt if this bill passes witV out. amendment, the counting can'te prepared on Dacembdr 18. "Prorogation bf parUairient -nvIII take place on Wediiesday or Thursday" of next jvegk at the latest. On Monday ail address will be pre'sented to the King and moved in both houses of parliament in regard to the war and after the house assembles on Tuesday an adjoummeiit will be taken to the roy�l ghUery, where the King will, receive the members of both houses.. 'pBGIEED UP IN lASSINq �^?�S� COR THE 'b.D8Y man THE HOUR'S CAUL Paris, Nov. 15.-Germany must undergo a moral revolution asW^U as a political upheaval before slie^can he admitted to a league "'of hat!b'ns,"'%ays Leon Bouregois, former cabinet minister, who is, president of a commission recently appointed to study the plan of a great combination' of states for the future. "The universal war has dcmon^tr8t-ed to all nations the .njecesslty for an international conBtitutiQn,>^. he said. "This would assure to-e^cb nation the sanctity of'ri|;htB, Dlpl.oniatic and judicial measures could j^lace. a discordant state in intolerable solitude and not pnly the state, but Its citlzena would suffer. President Wilson', has admitted the legitimacy of economic penalties and hinted that they might possibly be used against the central powers. 'y. ' "If this weapo9 should fall there would remain intfemationfil military Iriterventlbn. '^But it, is economie> measures thai;-would deprive the.couptry of all .materials and interrupt lacd and sea transportation tbatr would 'be sufficient to crush leslstance.", Hurrah! Hurrah!, up from the multitude, . That floats upon the surface stream of life, t . Arose this cry for victory and peace. But here and there among the crowd I saw. - - � . : Some faces sad-Ah! these ' were they � ,  , I . ,. Who paid the,:price of victory and peace. ^ With blood of those they loved above the joys i Ot life. Like Mary at the cross they � stood And gazed upon / their hest loved crucified i For human -weal. They, too, had felt the sword That pierced, through Mary's soul. Uncover here, Ye thoughtless ones, and reverence pay to thosei ^ Who gave th,elr sons to die that yon might live. In jeace add, ,.llbe.r:ty. In wiadoni weigh � '',' �., The debt you ,,owe and . pray , ^pr honesty. , , ., I'V ' To pay. Give -not untutored passion �� rein- � To gratify unholy lust'; nor eat And drink with'ooinmon glee l^y virtue's grave, j',,; ,i .,  Give not your-sd'ul. to greed of gain,i nor^pride; But in this Bolem;i hour, rededicatia your stren^tiL: i,.;., To make.thisjand'tnore worthy ihjSke .... who died, .'^.l^^' . . � -1; ~RBy.Jiv. FrederJ(^'F;Duval,'in �"'"'^^'-e^FrSe''p^fisS9' Inimitable Indivi The^berla government has invested. 150,000 in*the Victory-Loan. Mrs. Dowd. wife of J. A. Dowd, M. P.P. for-Kerrobort,'Sash., died of in-fluenza,  : �� > . IV. J'^ SJ. Holmes of the Rldout it Methodist church, Loudon, and pioaldent of the London Methodist Conference, has accepted a - call to Trinity ^Methodist church, Stratford. ,^ ! Mrs. A.'-J; Froat, widow of a former crown attorney of Grey County, and mother of the late Edgar 'Frost, a former mayor of Claresholm, died at Winnipsg. Major .Ernest. Tht^rjiton, a . former Winnipeg branch manager for the Union 'Bank, died at Winnipeg from the-effects of wounds received while overseas. ] It is stated as a possibility at Ottawa that Sir George E. Foster may be left in England when Sir Robert Borden returns,' to act as resident Minister, in what is now the Imperial War Cabinet. Citizens of Dublin, Ont., presented an address a-ad piirse to Dr, and Mrs. A.. V. Mitchell, wlio, after twenty-seven years' residence in the village, .are moving to Toronto. �While he was out celebrating, thieves entered the cellar of Aid. Simon Meretsky's" home in Windsor and carried; away 24 cases of liquor he had stored' there, together with ?50 worth of cigars.. Rev. Herbert Moule, formerly of London, has resigned the pastorate of the New Liskeard Baptist church to' 'accept a call froni the First Baptist church of Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. George Gott has resigned his position as collector of customs . at Am-herstburg; whi(ih he has held for some years. It is thought that J. H. 9^ Atkinson, assistant collector, will now be appointed to the vacancy. Dr. W. S. Downham, who since the resignation of Capt. H. W. Hill, has i -^r-^^ - j- - v; - t.een acting medlcaj Officer of.hea.lth T&^i}^ get his name n^prlnt " �- -to'.. wiiB reoom.l5!2!^M;.^H'^i^."&^l'"?^.;^f fevery Mason & Risch Piano is mtkcle'WitK EXCLUSIVt: INDMDUALITY. It is designed and prodjicedbyJ MASTER artiseins; and miechanics usingSELEGTand HIGHEST OUALiTY materials, giving an original and distinctive; cranpleted articler-^the NOTABLE PIANO PRODUCT of endeavor. It is the EQUAL OF ANY BUILT in any country in the worldir A champion In t^e:^||rBal line cama-te ua-ycMaifiitta part,payment;for':t^ai(gisMtii^ on & RIsch flayermm^}�f$::^ V a Plank A. Co. Pli�wipSnV |1& -�rumentiWorthy.6fi,thifiiioi|ir.i:^i ey asked and we'll tniitce'goolir ' this claim to your ifull: aati. * lafaetlon. It's ' youra' for MASON & .RISCH LIMITE!^ BALiyiOBAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. B. LKTHafllDQ|/ T I've:Intended for 8ome'^^tinfe'it6;,'tell you-ijjfhat I and all the re*t>'of;;i/;ith'e buhch^ink of the work" ot'^�h6�,'*?i',M, C.A., �nd;"vfhat It'iS; aoin^'':ori We seo.ina'uTj'.'feference^iinthe/^^ and^Mrlodiqals,. etc., Sto;>th&-?YpvC.A. ny ' criticisms olt-'tfielf irWd'rk. retiirtied aJiflVjpuwr. !jiiJ;.to9,' some sorehead for'the city of London mended by the boatvl of permanent appointment. control for Admiral Hipper, who is acting as advisor la .the deJlbelrationa between the representatives of the German high seas fleet and the British Admir-':alty, commanded the German scout division Iri'j: the battle with- the British �grand fle^'t off Jutjand on May ?1, 1916, th? �ojnman^e> ob\ tjie, �pntiro iGerma^^hat le fl^et beigg^i^JKiii^ orgai^aLtloii. ..;x doubt ;if.:,these}felIbwB ever. sSw:;Pifanbe^;''I '� ' The  Y.Sl'.C.A-. "does '.wofk';iov.e'F'vhere that no other organization do. I don't know whpt .we'd do without them. TJiey,=se't'ui?:ii cftnfeeiii-in some command of the German squadron which foughi*"a battle' with a British squadrou undSjFrAdmfi^al Sir David ,-HeUgelt9lU In. jiJaauajgr, I i-'l'^ collar or old trenSale Price . .-^f'^if- rHIGH.GiUDI .....$1.4 Fgr dress .'W^gfr 1: tvp^ittems by. the Westv >-Tloolte, ^to. Never BP than'^^$2.00. SalfePric^f mm: ;