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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ........s ILY AND WEEKLY ,� LBTHBBIDOB H^RAkD PRINT ,|v'*in6 coMPANy, limited 4lS3ttl~�th Strait 3�Hth, Lalhbrldge ^ ' W.. A. Euehanan ,#Pi*ridem ttttd^Jtanatlng Director I^TELEPHONE* iHi�lni�tfBfic� .........- Mlt��-(ar Oiftee ......... 1252 12^ y  ' ,iub�erlptlon Rat��: Billy, deUvered,, per week...... .16 I^lly, delivered.. per year......$7,60 pally, TiyinaU, per, year ....   M-OJ Weekly.,by mall, per year yfedkly, by mall, per year to U.S..�2.00 ^Satss:b( expiry or aubecrlpUona appear dally on addreu label. Accept-incoot papers after expiraUon date la dtii' authority to continue tjie .anb-{, scrlptlon. Mi m A'FREricM TRibUTE' ' TO QREAT BRITAIN � jiKrance certainly values the part Brl-fein lias played in the w��r. There iite tl^oae'^ho are inclined te forget , ^a aWyJdaya-Ot.thJB war,;buti the �ar'Vii^ifld'l�T�*ee\i'lost -to ua.Mad � iyeaf sacrifices ndl been mede at" the ie^iMliif:^ ,BTttaiil^entRUice.lnto the litn]g|liej;eally saved the situation, no i^U|F. bow graat the asslatance that : lu^b�t*n rendered since by other .^a-Not long aWWsato, a well toowrTPirts paper, paid this tHbute to, IJ^italn:...... k'rSI^ ^liM. tiven 418 since .then intin-; |t|)]^%'oi� than she had promised. The :tt0]>es%tiiivt her; alliance awakened,in r ^ hilTB' been largely exceeded. The lour'ilii^e divisions with which French � ' "Some of the children rode dowjS th^ country roads and trails in luoat nn-Canadita/looking, rigs driven by purely noU'-EngUsh settlers, but all were waving British flags and singing. And the songs they voluntarily sang were those familiar patriotic British songs that we all {enow and use. "The Red, White and Blue" seemed to predominate, but they knew most of those tun,e8 and words that are now stlrrlng the hearts or trying the souls of truer Britons wherever they areVjar-ryihg or uarlng for the ^ntlsh flag-today. , - , 'At Theodore, during the cour'^e of the-tour of that district, there were assembled fifteen schools. The chil-drea hell.a school fair, at which the exhibits were Quite excellent imd embraced all those branches that may be seen in any Reginn school exhibition. The writing .drawing and map woi^ were good but, so were ali the other exhibits and-they came in piultitudes. The entewainment' exercises were of a high order, with nothing non-Eng-Ifeh. "^The Bftfgidg was of the best. Indeed .the Theodore school choir was one of the best in the district and competed with a Yorkton school for'the vocal championship; The Theodqre school choir consists of 83 children and SO of them are of Ruthenlan pa^ entage. Their program consisted of entirely .Brltiah. patriotic songs. All the ^pther^'Singers; reciters and per-fona�� aliowed^.familiarity frith our language, our sentiments and our pa-^ tTiotlam'that..would not shame Sas-!. katchewah ita any. Canadian exhibi-' Oon.", . . \ V tem. We should encouT' Message^s fai:- ministers: National Thanksgiving ^ since the precautions aoalnatv^ttiMlil^^^^ ttlll k��|i' >- ^he churchal closed, th^HoraW iltia wMK �i�lii;vinv):ted several of� the-city Cleroyiiien to'use'lts-eoianrtiait^ai^ tbe Sabbath,' to.the pe^e of th� city,.Ne>�t.j�tttttrilay, If the eondlji; tlons still prevail, the i�Me proeedara .wrtiir.lw^^ Below will r::"' be found messages of cheer and comfort �ff�mvt�03W�ll'known eltyi 7 unto^.btir ;-:^^.,^"�:�^ ;>,-':pK)SS Jlult/howideflclent this grace' Is.^tn-oiig .Christian peonle. - Father .TabiBr,; on,eBt us come bet9r6';HiB j^reseiice with thanka-givlngu'^jietfurf'eiafer into His presence -with il^fiibrigi''' And the grounds tor such "iKi^Wglvlhg are almost innumerable.'We sTib'nld be �thankful*fot: the uiity and Ct>-operatlo�, which itUl and d6^s ekist, in such V lari^e m'^Ji: sure �betw.eeri, ftlT' classes and"''cre6aS throughout Canada. Never S, were' churdbesiand church members on such termt. of Co-operation as today. Then;' too, vire\h&ye grounds of thanksgiving that Ckhada has escaped the ravagels of wa;^;,' One has simply to. read bfc hear otythe (sqndltions in Belgium and Franco, of wrecjked homes and deyas-tatediicitlesi of the atrocities perpe-tuated-byniie Huns, to adequately ap By Rev. Chas. E., Cragg, pftator of V Wesley Methodist Church iy "Mercy and truth are mbt-together; Righteousness and'peaqe  have kissed each other," r Psm. 85:10. Tomorrow has been proclaimed by the government. at_QtlaxKai*lSia_Jl, day of national thanksgiving; and ^very church in Canada, so far^.aa .possible, is requested to �held. a--thanksgiving service. How seeqilj, SHcJi>an_apt ia� After the four years of war. when eV' ery sight has be^n obscured- by ,the araoke of battle, dud every, isphg of music hushed by the roar ot cannon, now when, war has, ceased, and', the dove of peace has agajn settled on the world; .how right and proper thlit we should render thanks unto the giver ot^ every good gift. - And the very fine and mftst v?that,; ,it-Was "A,good thingUO:give thanks: i Unto the L�rd," aftd yet he kept re-�mlWlng himself'and hlsvpeopl^.over kandiover again, of his and their duty ' ajid'privilege in regard thefolo.' And this grace of ^thanksgiving la very copiously ninstrated'la-the" life and teachings of our.j;^Jid;-..;|fnW^Hl find it among the most^ commoir^d(e.''has nefer falleu down, �** "t^-""' .'stiDugg^'August' idgiS dlto't tail ictbihr lioan cam-i^tadl iialt-��a]|r taouneeraeat imt ThSi people ot Mj'eBll|tnieUi|fO^ Idge Tut^i iitit, iisiiT the:|Sl4;tlc^ry *IA)j(ffl.=a*ity'over million mark as a ^i^i^l^ |o ^'^y^ In khaki ^ai;^ IrpipjarlTus':Coniitry awaileTtSeir Curjfcto�Vn lit*.^^enUd la mighty proud ft Leth^ i^Map�tfl^.. T�rA'a�"aot'MabngTi,e 1)nt we^have led the �jrj|^^45;�etTan 'example "for evary o^^^^oit^te Weateirn Caaada in Xhid .t{|]i)p'^iKa to r%lVe IS^TdlOO'O.OOtf to pay oU]^k^^^ IpblUfiallons and start retion-trtciiW i% iDon^qn. Consider^ lltg -tl^ti-'tact that Sontheni Alberta l^d'^ieaa than an-average crop this year-^b'tacord 1? one to be mighty ""'bu^ liethblrldifb city isn't claiming aU .th,e credit. Just as much credit, ^�Terjr'bit''aa much, ia due to Stettord-TplV,.^e Red Crosi, 'its' exceeded, allotments were the fn}fVral^er'i-4�n7t'i� excepUon, we stow eyary.-:d^lit; to proud of our 't^'^W'J^^ TO'ttei tl^at we can place fp|)djB^ any other fumpiunlty in sCanadar-without causa f cjr-'i^aie. �.DUCATINC -t^pJX" f9MtCN noiw>!f'^J"-i Mln|^(uie>to aatimuat'd the lH-^aakatohewaa id^i�;jan articje to ;|�presenta,tlve eighty; per ceat. Canadians^, i-Pive '�r o wns V Wrfll, Friday was our lucky day after ap.-. .^V ^ - We'll^say,there was "some pep" in this Vl^ory Ixian campaign. ^ The slogan-"Make it a' Million" Tvas bufit^4 by 10 (o'clock Friday morning. Germany now has a premier. 7'here is ]ust;a chance that telvlUzation may yet overtake the. Huns. Lethbrldge IIQO a head. has aubscribed about If the whole of Canada bad done aa well the total of the .Vic- tory- Loan would now ba over OOO.MO. �800,- It is stated aeml-otflclally that the Kaiser, hearing of the deluge of silver bullets the people ot lethbrldge were preparing-'for him, decided to abdloAtO and heat it to Holland. We are awaiting official confirmation of the statement. All Lethbrldge wants to ch)S3 the campaign is the honpr of hiving the highest percentage of bond boldera of any city in the west^ It you. haven't bought that bond there are a tew hours left yet before midnight. ' Help Lethbrldge win thlk last honor.. The revival of the influisnasa epidemic at Hamilton, as related in despatches yeaterday is a warning to western cities. A decision to permit public gatherings too soon might be'] diaastroaB. Influenza baa taken too great a. toll of life for us to abandon the prdcautiona too aoon. Now that we have found out what the pjBOPle � of Lethbrldge really can do by,pulling together let us'.apply the same spirit and energy to the Boa.rd of Trade, the fair board and our other commuwlty activities. Don't let the good work stop". from>ln Canada. Biit about all Wse, that^p.eace haB been issued. in,;''aBd that, the dawn ot a hew and We'trusk, a bet'ter day haaS cpme. May we be readr?to in^t the hew day and' age. In the spirit of hope and courage, with a strong faith'in Godi and with a conviction of the new and larger brother-man-of. man. In this.sgjad day in ay three truthSflCtand out as the secret, the ^splratian, Abe guarantee and the, satl^aption of every Ufe.'O'hat Ohrlst' in all>1ihings may have the pr6-emi-nen^;'.tr'That God ^ aljf things -may^j be glorified," and "Th'at'^Gbd may be Sllli'all." l Life the Price ; of Life' as Soon as a man lifts liis voice In praise to God over the common pineal, he links the commbttVbtead With the Giver; and then ;BS-Dr.*'tjrDwelt:^very wisely remarks, ' theVe fe present -not only the meat on the tablfe;' bhf the Bread of Ufe Just ^aa'truly "As, at; jthe Last "Supper of the Lof d *^''{Jnr'Lord used the ordinary places ,in "daily life to express a continual stream of praise and thanksgiving to" HIS "Fatlier, iU' Heaven. . . ^ ^ And then, our Lord used..tHjs,jyac_e of thanksgiving In" the vmld^~ of common service.' of,tab most striking illustration* ot-tUlsUw.When He stood at the gravef-of^L^iaruS, swe ' By Hist. Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor ot are told that our Lbrd'Vliiffced�tip-Hl8  the Christian Church eyes and said, Father,"IitiankrThee The.-citizens of Lethbridfe retired that Thou hast heard-me."*: iMairk-you,! last Sunday evening with a'listening Lazarus wa,� still d^d.i The ,sisters ear forthe blowing Ifrhlatlfe to procMm wereystUl weeping., 'The miracle was | the long looked tor.iiews. yet unwrought. And ^tl^eni^^^S.'gave . Its.'not coming until the break bt thanks for His resurrection ,^d wfilTe day temWs us to uajj^the jsnllrg sltua-. the word of praise was'^till'upon His tlon5 In Jtype. We llWfehfed throughout Jip^, He spoke the wotd'whieh arbus- the 'I^ofs dark night, typical of the ed the dead. And,-'example watching and waiting tor signs of thla of-thanksgiving.' 'As, some-one peace,"-for the past lour long dark has said, "D6xolo"ey beforol =the-deed; ;y^ar�,^d the cominkof dawn brought, the song of praise on the'way "to bat-'the good news typicaTof the brighter Ue; singing the sofgs*'-^OE victory be-1 days: ngw before us, [ili.e light of peace, lore the struggle Il^'"-nitfely '^-b^u'ti." {the dawn o? the new eri of democracy. That is the-way ttie^Purtta:nB^aiQd'lhe2 Isaiah of old said. '.'How beautiful, Ironsides went into Jiattl^.'Grbmweirsv upon the mountains} ,are �;the feist of troops marched to Dnnb8r'Singli}g:'th6 him, that brings good tidings, that songs ot victory before the, bajtle had publlehea peace, that briugeth good commenced. That is qurLo'si^ way � tidings ot good, that-'.'pubUshes salva-and the way-of the early disciples, j tion, that salth unto; Zlon Thy God They went out to their service; and, relgneth! And the Mitfatferaaid, "Blessed are the peacemakers.they shall be called tlie sons ot (Jbd.-" � ' ' I "beileve that I ain safe in saying that,never in the histqrjP of Lethbfidg^ did BO many people/arise at'tlie same tlme^aud "break tl^e fast" at the same �Toronto, Nov. 15.~-W. J. Bulmen, president of the Canadian Manufac-ture^rs' Aasoolatton, who Is .going 'to Ottawa and Montreal to take,, part In tioBt.war conferences, exipresaed his Jkleasure.' Q>day at the proposal of Sir "l^^omas Wblte. minister of finance, to '^Btabllsfa A-!ir:tial cessatibn of the.Ttec-psaarles or war.would be^to an eitfcen-siviq degree :absOrbed tlirough' 'meifl and-women returning to thair foi'mer occupation; ; Many lines ot'business had not now SuflWent help because of the lalrga number of people who were engaged iln the. manufacture. of ,war requirements. I)I.CKED UP IS ASSING FOn THE BDSY MAN \ Inimitable Individuality � - -Every Mason & Risch Piano is made with; -EXaUSIVE INDIVIDUALITY. It is d�5-^ ^^igned and produced by MASTER artisans and mechanip using SELECT and i^ICaiEST ^ QUALITY materials7 giving ah origihal knd distinctive completed articl^the MOST NOTABLE PIANO PRODUCT of Caniidlari - i ^^d&avort It is tli^ EQUAL OF ANVprANO r ^UILT^-in any country jfl theworld.'^^ , ( . A .champion In fKbf'j^roUfi" a.� � ........i might some day retuiji>home in^afe- Oh, dear reader, .there, cannot pos-i ty, but you were truly ^thankful with/ sibly be any dark night whpre;a lampi me that at 11 o'clock.(Paris time) thi^ like thfit la burning. Wonderful is the bloody struggle had censed, the roar-ray that comes from the lamp of ing of .tho canon had given place to thanksgiving. ,\ have been in homes, the silent message ''Peace, be still," yes and some of them' Very'lotely, thai the wicked bullet had ceased to -Where yw.-would think the. darkness .speed its way to the heart of s6?ne would have been appalling,' and yet mother's aost Then-'I; thought of an-what a'halo of praise. ' other cla.'ss, that touched.the chord of ThanKsglvlng, with a^^fill dobjjerteel-We thapk Thee, tqp, .that here ojir joy! ing of joy, expresaejUasv fo116i,Vb.. I la toughed with pain; ' lhavea boy over thefe'^lind-in his'-last That shadows fall on,lightest hours; '-"->------- � �------" -  That-thorns remain. So that life's bliss may be our guide And not our chain- . Suppose/we were to-follow this ex-ample^of our Lord, how'wouldilt affect u's? tfVhat would be the Influenoe upon'our soul? It would have thla effect, it would enlarge, and widen, and expand the :�1^ioni Ingratitude always Impri&o^., ndn'oVs, -restrain?. Contrast the books of ^ Scclesiastlca and the Psalms. In the one no/^aong of hope, but in the other what'lJongB of thanksgiving. "I.,Will; extol thee, my God; I will hies? Thy,>name forever' and ever. E^ve^y dayi'Will 1 bless Thy name forever aud'. ever-.'* /'Praise the .^ord, O my soul, while -t'llve I will praise the Lgrd." Praise i the Lord, for it is sopd,, to elpg  praiaes Jjetter- _________....... may re^ch home as wb'tf as evpr/.^ifpuld' certainly have reasoirtftb. rejdltiB ^^M. God.grant that manyJiflu.t.h,i5;,QlH>s.Ji?ill, .not be disappointed, ^ut'still another cla^aiwlth the spirit oLiJit^nk^glvlng BinklMf, still deeper into'the recoBsed of iKeir hearts; My ^oy will never return, but I thank Gpd''ftiAt the prin-cipleatoi-''which he gave his life have' beeji won, that his llie was not given in fain. .;Llfe the price oT.,l�e. Way youveVer'lboR to Him lor comfoVt.iand help, who gave lli.s life that'^we may hay^#ej:n^yife, and may the bleaelng of God'rest upon you.v;. ' , i Now Will you turn from the battle-field and read with me mtt. l,6:?l-2'r,, and remenjlJor, thafihwo ai'e tpany Or..Roberts of Vanguard, Sask., Is dead, y- ' :' � '� '-f-/ � Rey.'S'eECival'.Mayea has been lap--pbiiited rector of St. Mark's Church, jHtamilton, On|. - j, v*' W. H. Madden,-managerot the Merchants Bank, Irma, Alberta, late of Napanee, is dead. Once again the , Ottawa separate school troubles will go before the privy council.. Notice of appeal^ from the Judgment of the lir^t^ appellate court a few weeks ago Ig being served' by counsel for thft',^".Roman j'vCafcholic-school board. V ,The,>Caij'a'dian war trade board hap �been nSllfrecl by the Canadian w4r mission;" Washington, that It /is now unnecegsai-y to apply to (he trafle de-' partmeht of the British embassy, Washirigton, In all cases where ocean^ spaed' can be' secured by the ,^ ^ Tile Socialjberaocratic party has fieen specifically excepted from the ban placed by Cahadlan ord8r-ln-fo'uncil on the I. W. W. and certain mayor's iOfflce; in. 1898 and served'tfJii til 1902. In the electfon ha^vdefeated-Seth.Low an'd Gen. B. F. 'FraJJfeV-'Sorfi �in-New Vork oh July 20, lS46,7'Mx;:Van" Wyck was graduated-from the.-^Gdlt^m-bla College-Law School in-'17^"; and practiced lawuntil 1889, ivhbu: libi--*rasV electad a Judte lOf. the cityicburfeaad.j!kttiijjtl( became presiding judge. Hagva ' erland tlrstlprebJdent of tle^ Sdcietjrl'^ 'u>. Otta^^a, Nov. ie:-rifBrofl�li�n^^'ooeBii tonnage Is. under 4i9pii�lon'today be-, tween the .rocon�tfu{jtl*nd (leyelop-ment coihihitteff%f^tl!ie'^'i#lfl6tv and representV�y^8V'sQf l�||Jppt�f?]!^^^ In) addltipk -toc the:'ton|>ag�'.;mul>ed tor'nMiy^lmenK^iiB* ditlbnal problem ,iotitaq.nitlri)i^or; Can-adi4h-;i^xilorts ofitilfeirTgMc*'??^"*^' re-itcr.ed: ,'Jtt,.l9 '� [email protected]|�tMl|*tiCan ;wili'be able to patWclpste, IfTJiely In 'the.reiifc'rrot:sta�J|;qpm'enjt ^,'.,;.4-ii;. repftpf tru('the spiritual life, and-to hold dear the foi*mer, and to save It for our own sol-fish, interest and the desire-of flesh, to lose-the latter,,'but If we are :^llling to .forgetjjself aud work for OtKers, as was said of Christ "He saves pthers-Himself He cahnot aaye." '?, -�'May this brf the dawn of that day Ivhenthls principle will be lived more (hah ever before and shall we look to ,H}in.asj>ur example who gave His life tttat,'We- might live. tlAsB In every-'llfe--wtijsn-w�~aeed>-to ^-'.^Jliaife.t^e-iJrlcie-of'bur etemayife'.' Two Mihntes W ilbii � .T' ' -��',--�'iW: ,',with a:;.C,lot:h, les^ than^a minute, and ii^wiU be;always swe^t j^jid c|ean, u<-_H ^Service inthe.Ki�cheni" Booklet IfrfU . (This Js only one of many ffeatur&J. of the KoctteUay: JlfliPW described in a beautiful Utile booHct, "Service iti igelKltcljMT? which will be mailed f ree;Dtt retjiieat. It tells all 'a JVW�w to kno\y about a range befoie she buys It. '" ^ London / � St;John,.N;-B. ToiSfanto. . Hamilton Montreal. Calgory �'. Enquire from Harrdware De Wlnnipej .Bdmontotji'' ;