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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHBBIOOR DOTA' HEftALD NOVEMBER 30, 11H8 I ftlberta DAILY'-AND WEEKLY ITHI LiTHiRlDQE HERALD PRINT V INQ COMPANY, LIMITED Street W. A. President end Managing Director John Torrwice Business TELEPHONES Edtirll! Office men and women ivo must look tor hid aod leadership In the reconstruction period. They have no seHlBh oais lo service to their (allow cllliens, their community ond the betterment of the world are to thorn tho great Ideals. With those Ideals dominating our lives the reconslrucllou period can be bravely mot and safely nn.J lattffactorlly passed, through. Peru growled, and then we suppose Chill Ehtvered. Subjcrlpllon RHet: 'Dally, delivered, per week delivered, per mall, per year lua'li, per year Weekly, by mail, per yegr lo II Dates ot eiplry ol subscriptions ap- war dally on addreis label- Accent- Jmce of papers after eiplratlon date authority to the -au> acrlptlOD. It Kaiser Bill reclaims his Ihrono will Mediclno Hat be compelled to send hick that seventh crown? Of course it Commissioner Kreoman U re-elected by acclamation h would not bo mean as to Increas lljo price ol light and water? Tomorrow's Tha The throbbing pulse ot a people I ei huaifllr' f or flow on which for four ycirs over has and "They are not de beaten lime lo tho ot has now attuned llself to Iho noles ol rcllof which, like the echoes ol tlsl music played by ft ministering I JAXE AS MUCH j CARE AS EVER Though the' In-'iuenia bin his been i Jilted, Ihera are still some cases In I (be city, whllo In some parts ot -the iurroundlng dlslrlcl the sitaiUoa ls I mot by any means good. H therefore fcehooves the people ol Lsthbrldse to 5 tako Uie utmost cam lest there be ac- "i. ontbreak here. has been under the ban tor a long lime. Sj ud business been seriously In- P terrapted, so ttat precautions will not oily bs beneficial In the case of the fl bifalso In lie case ol the board has decked.not to tor another "week. Thai.ippws'lo ba-a wise pro- The Pitlsburg Sun Is ol Uie oplnio that the Jlrsl Germin commercial Iraveller should take out a heavy ac- cident policy. Commissioner Freeman's record since assuming office, has been on tho whole quite satisfactory. He de- serves an acclamation. He knows his jdb and handles It Intelligently. The Philadelphia Public Ledger makes ihe pertinent observation that the German teamen never mutinied against orders lo kill women and chil- IIA1 gel, resound over a world thai has been storm tossed In the fury ot nEtallng Throughout Alberta; to- morrow, It Is Iho Great Thanksgiving Day, and ilio churches, which are Ihe churches of tho people, summon the faithful lo iolu In voice In swelling the Incense of' liioksglvlng will go up to Him who Is tho God of Peace. In tho Eplrlt ivo recognlio 'hst it was not merely the strength, of valor and weapons that has won the war tor us we shall heed ihe churches calling. H Is meet and right that we should respond lo this call, knowing thai the churches stand for the Chris HaSltv'we proclaim. Our adherent to this Christianity has brought fortl those vlnues which have acted in th way of a mysterious morale In ener belOM.'X There Is something .wl jieilvVH W4 thU In itory by Maurice Btrres, the patriot, whtn he ad- ressed Iho Hrltlsh Acadomy In one (the ot lie war now U But It (s an In- Once heard It cannot he told ot a French ot- leer who been fighting wllh a handful ot men lor three days. The Irench ot dead Frenchmen Jauieninl PerieirJ dcipslred. Bal he at Ibe'doad men and cried 'Shall Ihese sacrifices bo In And lie shouted lo Ilio dead men "Up with you'. What 'are you doing on tho earlh? Up and cast them out! Arise yo And, as (he TbUlor re counts, the'dead answered, "Wa wl! follow." Their souls uibgleil with Ih souls ot Porlcard and his men. Tho fought, like men possessed till Ih Germans Had. It was the deal me I dren. Buy the kiddles some thrift stamps for Christmas. It is one ot the llnest wavs ol promoting thrift, and that is glilng, electrifying, and making, won Jorlul the spirit which our flghlln man have shown, It has also illum- inated Ihe deeds of devotion Id duty have worked hand In hand with the ardor ot those who have sustained themselves In Ihe conflict and come through with Victory amblazoncd on their shields. Freedom his triumphed over au- tocracy, we have learnt to say. Civil- ways of promoting tnrni. ana inai ]s what Canada needs'.In the coming j Cation has been delivered years it H is to have tiat reserve fin- anciil-slrength which will make it a great nation. H Is said King Victor Emmanuel wears a uniform made of Ihe same ma- terial as Italy's enlisted men. Tho Houston Post Ihlnls lhal Indicates neet 10 oa-a wise yiu- iiqusipn inni. IUUILQLWO eednre.'ind'if-irlll serve to.warn the (hat'Vic Is looking forward to a pos- for IbrowiHe'all Tarn far the uresldency of Italy publkf ihit- the time for Ihi lire'caujidos to.th'e not slble race tor the presidency ot Italy on iiie democratic ticket. THE HEED .OF THE WORLD TVO MeMB TT-- ii.which'-tJieiaristoiriCT.'or tho futiie-' will .hivej done tomethlni fffr.numanLtund for Jnelr L'mHoni.-- rich or jioor.claSiM.-r Thi rick men. are lesrn- in-' ,'i I m told a lime "in my'lire that'I had.the sepse otVweesioa or that-my me any haopVeas. It is the doing o[ -'1 J ii__i -v-- ma Alt kinds ot guesses are being made .as to.Sir Clifford Slflon's reason .for {retiring from the Conservation Com sgcial I No one has yet suggested menace o! barbarism: These things ro true. Nor should wu In Ihe least egree he departing, from the truth when we say that tho spirit ol true Christianity has, triumphed over a Pa- anlsm clothed In iuj veneer. It was a Christianity, it Is Irue, which our ene dies confessed. But it was one In name only when we call lo mind tho hideous offences which have robbed them of everything which goes wllh numanlly and chivalry which stand si pillars of the Christian churches Therefore, tomorrow, when we assem I me hat he "purposes becoming Uie firs resident ot Germany. Hardly any tier Job has been ovsrlooEed. 'who' led the llvlos. So Ihe spirits of uur dead warrior will be wllh us, and in the spirit r tlianklulness which will be in Ihe hou as of God tomorrow thcra will bo true communion between .ilioso wh are present and those who hive goi: Tomorrow's services will take a do o flirpoM.' Wo shall he honorln he dead and c.iprjislcE a nation ciiit-'plt gralltule to b rou.'jbl victory 0> our arms. The cb'iirch' to ninny may mean b passing word. D'Jt (be churcli 1! Ibiit It slands for Is i part, and reaf part, of our social fabric. 1 "hidden or otherwise, h ul'ied Ihe charjctiir ol the Drill 1-1. It Is the ch-.'icter Mhlcii In mall measure has brought to us tie ot vlcto'i- S'.e hjvi- been lidil-. ble at Divine worship. If nothing else we shall be bearing testimony to th something that has happy." 'Theie-woidJ were .uttered .by nme olher than an 'Ainefican rnnlH-mllllon- airejaiajajfeaij-ladnsirial '..leader, Chas. Tbat last EenteBK if moulded Into a tor-every man, woman and child would create a. ui Aid why shouldn't useful ser Tica to lie world.be our ideal. Lite .nay.be.long or short lo ii I while at all, If we fail to serve in some way or other and toive the world a little better for lome service to others we have per-. tonned. .r- One man may mako the.attainment el rkhes his whole object In life. -Ho cares hot how he obtains wealth and -when he has he uses it only tor eellish ends, a life of Imnry for him; and an Inheritance for fam- ily afterward. He dies and nobody cares. He served no one but himself There are countless cases ot this char icter. -Thwe men leave no monn ments eicept those they designate lo be built with their own money in beacUfnl ccmeterT. Gladstone, Lincoln, Lloyd George Clemenoeau, and a world full ot oth made service .tor others thai .Death'does not wipe out the! memories, it does not even end the .'usefulness. They serve long atte the irave hu closed upon them. During Ihe war service has Ebon everything else, lien an women have tolled at home and far from home, in a lite of service not to themselves, hut lo humanity. No sel- fish ends were served, no wealth was In Blihl, eicept the wealth of s.atli faction with service willingly and glad- ly pertonaed. That" form of service -won the war for ihe slllea: We face' the falure, not knowing L may happen. The world Is un Now Influenza epidemic i over the C.P.R. is putting' back sbm ot llsirallway serrice In this division. The neit thing we hope to hear Is that, now. that, the .war. Is over, the company U putting' back the dally 'Eerrice on- the faith that is within us. Joy tomorrow must necessarily b mingled with sorrowl Sorrow whlc cannot but lake its place for those A parted Ihroush the war. But th church with Us transcendental be lief comes foftlras the Greft Conso er-wlth Its message-that h RICKED UP 1IN .SS1NG rOH TBE BUSY MAN In Port Arthur n'nd t-'or't William Iho ubllcly owned railway 14. loiliifi bout a huudred thousand dollars a :p lown counctl has adopted saent the lalo of alier, demauutue his trial HB a inur- urer. Caul. W. II. llnywaid, Con errallvo member for Cowlchan In tlio C.'legislature from 1907 until 1913, nd Independent member for Iho farm ding from 1013 until' Iho present ino, lias placed his resignation In the lands of lloii. John Keen, sneaker o 10 hOUBO. On Tuesday afternoon Henry llaL le, the Fort Sleolo to Rampart inal arrler, dropped dead wlillo nrenar ng lo mako his afternoon trip, "lluck, s ho was generally known, was ai old timer In fort Stcclo, having drli en the slage 2 years and was ve eran of tho American civil war. Two] more priests o( the arclidL ceso of Rcgina have given their live n their efforts to aav.o victims ot Hi influenza scourge. This makes s1 priests ot this archdiocese to die :hls ilUeas9. Father J. D. Iliou, o Dollard died on November K and ther pools, of Yorklou, passei awa on November 26. Mrs. Henry J. Crocker, of I-onilo Onl., had 31 nouhows on active sc vice. Mrs. Crocker's father was II youngest of IS children, and sho h has 19 children. To her then twin boys, then four times In sue- Come Direct to When in Need of v The particular rerbrd you may can SMUT- id henvliilmedl.tely. Kor years Ihrounhout our twenty stores we have specialized In Victrolai.andVictor Records -continually giving Vlclrola owner, the Service that Ballstlcs, and today wo fully maintain that enviable ..service. A Mason fc Ulsob Store. "THE HOME QF THE VICTROLA" ]6 the best iilaco la buy Wo'd llko you to hearlhoso selections: Ilecord No. Country Fiddler it the Dance, Chirlcs Taggarl. Kecord Nu. Dlt of Sun- bhlno and ilach Stitch Is a Thought of You, Henry Burr. Ittcori) No. H420-Cafry ile Uack to Old Vlrglnny (with mile chorus) IJy Alma Gluck. MASON ft RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBfllDQE m Spanlsh Sullinyi born babe pr cession twin girls and finally triplets.! hc'f [elv hours, but Mr. Gray, 'who'hail been In a critical condition General Pershlng reports Ihnt the [oj. days_ ,HJ not know she had ital casualties In Iho American Espe- bcen ,jn A (hrce-ycar-old udbUBiuua lu my pven HI- A.-IIVUU tiiit-- dltlonary Forces arc These Cordon, survives Ihem. are divided as follows: Killed or died ot wounds j popc a remarKablo letter lo Cardinal Degln accepting credit for Iho of Iho Hon. Dr. Uoland from a German prison, Ho 1 Boea on to eipreps grlet lhat lh church, and n this we Include all denomlnitlbBf, has been a great factor In reminding us of bur blhsrllance, sjid so helping us lo. brl perish, for their pre- Tomonow' we shall be celebrating a Alberta, not In boastful but chast- ened nplrlt, a great national event. Wo cannot but 'concede that this cele- ----r._ churches' leach! The proclamation, lallst 1. lotal 436. Republican major- therefore issued-by iho Lieutenant- ity over Democrats 45. Republican ma- Governor ot the a grelt o'ritF'.'pver.ali other parlies, 11. Martin emna II Madden ot Illinois and Represent live if. H. Ciillett of Musichusetls, who, with Representative James H. Mann of Illinois, oul of the rice on account of 'Impaired health, have been Ihe strongest contenders for the hou- ington'givo the Republicans a ity of 41 over the Democrats anil er parlies In Ihe House. The political insisieu, tnuun, fosses to .Ilnd consolation in tho fact of Canada were in ac- IM PARIS. NEXT WEEK PARIS, Nov! H has been offlclally confirmed, thil King Albert ot Belgium, with the oneen and Ihe crown prince, will vlull PirU neit e crown p, Thursday Bud Frlday.'when they will meanlng. 'The war has not only been a physical Dul'a'spirltual conflict. The spiritual sjde ol S nation has mani- fested itselt in a degree never known before. For Ihla we owe thanks to the is -within us, and it Is the mission of Ihe churches stain- jo accentuate." Q their, nniiiberi.who desire it upon farms, is likely to.work a great injua lice and hardship upon those who dor serve a generous reward at our hands LUill cord with him In thought and regarding tho great war. Representative S. D. Fess, of Ohio, chairman of the Republican Congres-, slonal CampalBn Committee, apuears lo be tho compromise candidate for Socaker ol the next be received by Pjesldent P.olncalre and mcmhors ot the .goverBDient. HOW MANY. BEANS IN THE. JAR? -r Hudson's- Ba'y Co. Is Biy.lng away 'n "5100.00 JVlcto'vy "Dburf tor 'Hie -nearest estimate. There is, nut ii little shrewdness in Vy'the "Seattle Posl-ln- 'i Lbe. "Gerrnan. sorern- ment'is' ol'.'iach :'i'.character lhat It cari'he'chinged from -a: monarchy to a republic it co'-ild ba quite 2; 'readily 'changed back. In i nighi from a republic to a monarchy." thro monTsey wrench into, tho wheels of nlon Government- But remembering on. Bob's past record-we fall to see hat plin.iUl be EO very, accept- hle.wllh ihe mass-ol-the people. Jnst pw Canadians want a. Elable govern- ment 'which'Ji honest nnd sincere ID ;s efforts to solve'the great prob- lems ol'recons traction. OS5 thins -la -sflUs S T OR 1 PPU I reward of tie soldiers by land lhat is III liHIiSNY I ttey asklote n UHnUU 1 required lo tulnl Bomeslead condll- (From Our Own Correspondent) GRASSY LAKE, Nov. Birch the teacher of the primary de- partment of Lake schqo1 cbool where she has done good work for the great causa and wlvc .have but also in the' Sunday school where seen the 'Jrageit .and .hardest service ass little will be among the last to re urn; while j school wnere seen me iHisest "he had'chargo ot a class little will be among the last to return; while les some ol those who were the last lo Mr. McDougal and Mr. Jack._Mc-l go _and only The new general manager of C.P.R. western lines is going to pay Lett bridge a visit on Monday. This wil bo an opportunity for the Board o Trade to meet Mr. ilurphy and !m press on "him the need for railway eilenslons in'Soulhern Alberta..i the war over there need he no he: lion In pressing for these extensions most vigorously. Ions before It becomes Iheira. Surely they have already-earned It and.ought to get 11 as a ilr'alght outright gift tree lo do as gift irler section lo each soldier to wouin settle of ret.rn It would N'abb have gone to the Crow's Nest Pass to work in.the woods for the winter. A Narrow Eieipe Mr. Philip Ell who lives some miles and have seen practically no service will be among the flfsl to return. The result nf this under the plan ot land settlement will be to give those who have been compelled to serve ant have, rendered leirt. first chance a south of Grassy according to have, rendered least, first chance a reports has narrow-escape In nn the available lands, leaving some o attack ol Influenza: -The. attack; was who volunteered.and serv Bevere and after soine days Illness his ed longest and hardest lo lake wha sLrensth appeared to utterly.fail and Is left-Inferior- laws and' life to become eiLlnct-7 .For from towns and "llroad lies 1 he morning Macleod, N'ov. fine weather life to becoe etlnct; For ssome rom owns an ra bours he Svas considered to 'be dead. Is felt lhat those who can ought t to rereflt such he vas consiere to ea. s e 'somelhlnB' was h'eardlo burst take action to prereflt such j.-i... In his Ihroit or lungs followed by an PRESBYTERIAN Knoi Church Corner Ave. and BUi Street Rsv. A. H- Denoon. Riv'W egular services morning at H anil Wesley Chnrch Rev. Chaa. E. Craga, B..D, Resilience 320 lllh SL 8- Phonci: Pareonage 404, Church Stuiy Claude Hughes, Hus. Director Wesley Hall being In use as an o- BaptUt Comer .ml Rev. F. W.- Service! at U 749' p.m. Service it -tiitm preach at both Tin Lon'i S week has b-en pleasant for everyone, eicept those who are af- If we build nictid with Ihe 'flu and this number Mr. IL Mills and family who.nave that Is causing rllscBsjio been HVIng in town tor some ttae li thel-ln -order to_pr lhavs moved out to the mine aBal" the soldlers.and .lor [his week." Mmw-id the The Morning Slar School begins work ajaln r.cit iLonday mornings Mr. R. McS'abb Is back from a few days Irlp lo Ihe CrnWs Nest Paas. Sunday will lee the re-opening tho churches. The service in ANKSG VINti wesiey MHII UI.-.KJB ming service will be conduct-1 BmerBCncy tho church prop- n.; F. Burns, music by cr wlll not ready for public service Knoi choir, offerings (other than iomnrrow, Dec. lal. Tlie pastor anri envelope) to go to Knox church. of Knox- rresbyterlan chirrch The CTcnlnB service will bo It" hrlve kindly offered us the UM o charge o-ner. C. B. music church for 'the evening service, bv Wesley choir, offerings (other ne sen-Ices 'on, .Sunday, however, than envelope) gn to Wesley wlll be linton' Iho. Rer cnnJch Regular cnvoloDo contribii-j Mr nunI3 Beaching IB Hie, morning lions may be deposited at cllher and your P3slorfat nlghl. ssrvlce Arrangements have been Envelope ..contributors may br ng made wheVeby Ihey will reach the lhclr nrrerlnK9 to either .the, inornlng respectlTl church treasurer i for or service, and .they will be which 10 Beparlmenl. 1230 lita 'TtlirSIslers' Bible i'lasj. 200 p.m.: UlE -Brothers' Bible Clnas. 1.45: Other, pepartmenls of Bundai p.-a.-, .Chlneie .___ preacn UMIU Communion of "Ihe Supper at the close.ol the evening levrlcc. School1 indr Blhla- ''Class at :'12.10. 'V- -.A'-'..' AVednesday at 8 p.m. Prayer and .Praise Service. A cordial Invitation to all Ihese ser- vices. landed U) the treasurer. There .will be. .no Sunday School session tomorrow. Be aurc nnd'read the church direct- ory, appearing In another column, also In Iho Monday edition. fencing transformation. If we build fllcttd wiln the 'flu and this i onr'lives on selfishness the world will I Is not any less. The laUlIlle tto ftne parh 4lav. IncludlnE th bo no better, but It we carry Into it the Ideal ot service, as -we practiced R from 1914, tben It will be a new and a belter world and many of the seem. Ingly difficult problems will dlsaB- pear. When rich and poor, old and accept the Schwab sentiment of .''doing- something metal" 'or the cointrr, then happiness will reign, ot- itacles will be more easily overcome and problems more easily toUed. -who are the men and women worth iriille In our Are they not the men who on- Mltiihly serve others? We have many Ihem aJxiul -The war has :de- fine at home as well M.'ta the biltlefields. U l> lo trrese vjde Ihe soldiers anu .lor tiers' ths.t may. come-to the Ihe f Is preparing ;lg Bwotm tho lii'ds ftlvlng'of 'money and their sVvlce lo.Ihe cause o> :be whllo theV are lbo ling-'enemy aliens and draft-evaders THE :CfNiTED CHITRCH OF 1271 5lh Ave. ge one each lster died a week ago, died Thursday rom tUe dread disease, and her youngest sister Is now confined lo her lome with 11. TV. Shearer, who went overseas In 1316, was In several engagements, fin- ally woundcJ and apent past year in England In a hospital, waj on the first steamer arriving in llalifai fm November 2Stb. tvpects lo reach Mac- od wllhln a week- Many 'of the boys who will relnm home .have- Ihcir positions open for them, and It Is o.clte possible there will be very few to -find employment LU-- ung l 11 Subject: "Anclanl >nd MoiJerr Necro- mancy vertus HypnoHwn and merlsm Denounced." Sunday School convenes Iho of Ihe Sunday morning service. itHiy Evinlnf, TeaUmMT I remdlni room li tafl ecpt Sundays and.legal S to B p.m. Here, u------ Itert Chrtallan Ulevatare be read, .or The public li cordially invited to at- tcnd cbureh visit the rcadlnc PENTECOSTAL PEHTECOSTAU ASSEMBLY 205 ThlrlMnth St. N. Rev. C. M. Neve, Putcr RCB. 294 7lh Avt. A. S. Services Snliflny 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. NORTH LETHBfiltXJE OO4PBL HALL 6th Ave. N. Baptist Chnrch) Speaker: John 707 13lh S'. N. Sunday School 3-4 p.m. Sunday Evening. 7.30. Subject: "Sir, Definition, Origin, ;