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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I U fTMt LltHMIOat HENALO HUNT IMO LIMITED fell Mil ttrtet Lethbrldfe Preildent and Managing Director foil Tomnce Business Manager TELEPHONES 1262 Mlterlal Office 1224 men And women wn must look for Aid Md leadership In the reconstruction They have no selfish to service to tlielr feilow their community and the betterment of the world are to them the great With Ideals dominating our the reconstruction period can be bravely met and safely and satisfactorily passed Subscription Rates per per yea per per by mail per year to Peru and then we suppose Chill If Kaiser Bill reclaims his throne Medicine Hat be compelled to tend back that seventh crown Of course it Commissioner Freeman reelected by acclamation he would not be so mean as to Increase tbo price ot light and water 10ft Tomorrow a wing Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap pear dally on address Accept ance of papers after expiration date is authority to continue the sub TAKE AS MUCH CARE AS EVER Though the influenza ban has there are still some cases in the while in some parts ofthe district the situation is by any It therefore Behooves the people of Lefhbridge to lake the utmost care lest there be an outbreak has Been under the ban for a long business has been seriously in so that precautions will not only be beneficial In the case of the but also In he case of the whole The school board has decided not to reopen schools for another That appears to a wise prc was not merely the strength of valor and weapons that has won the war for us we shall heed the churches It is meet and right that we should respond to this knowing thai the clnirches stand for theyChris tiniity we Our adherence to this Christianity has brought forth those virtues which have acted in the way of a mysterious morale in ener and making won derful the spirit which our fighting The Philadelphia Public Ledger have It has also ilium makes the pertinent observation that iuated the deeds of devotion to duty the German seamen never mutinied which have worked hand in hand with The Pittsburg Sun is of the opinion that Uio first German commercial traveller should take out a hoavy ac cident Commissioner Freemans record since assuming has been on the whole quite He de serves an He knows his job and handles it There Is something which solidifies this Belief In a story toft by Maurice the groat when he ad The throbbing pulse of a people i htttttttl far close on two which for four years over land they are not dead hot beaton time to the cannonade of war has now nttuned Itself to the notes ot relief like the echoes of celes tial music played by a ministering an resound over a world that has been storm tossed In the fury of dev astating Throughout to it is the Great Thanksgiving and the which are the churches of tho summon the fnithful to join In heart and voice In swelling I he incense of thanksgiving which will go up to Htm who is tho of In the spirit we recognlne that it ICKED UP IN FOH TBB MAN dressed the British Academy In one of the rearm of the war now It W terrlMfj Hut it is an in spiring Once heard It cannot he isVwas told of a French of ficer who had been fighting with a handful of men for three The trench was full of dead Lieutenant Perlcard Bnt he gazed at the dead men and Shall these sacrifices be in vain And he shouted to the dead men Up with you Whnt are you doing on tho earth Up and cast them out Arise ye dead as the ivmtor re the dead We will Their souls mingled with the souls of Pericard and his They possessed till the was the dead men against orders to kill women and chil Buy the kiddies some thrift stamps for It is one of the finest ways of promoting and that is the ardor of those who have sustained themselves In the conflict nnd come through with Victory amblazoned on their Freedom has triumphed over au we nave learnt to Civil what Canada needs in the coming ization has been delivered from the vears if it is to have that reserve fin ancial strength which will make it a great It Is said King Victor Emmanuel wears a uniform made of the same ma erial as Italys enlisted The Houston Post thinks that indicates on the democratic aodll will to warn the that Vic is looking forward to a pos public that the time for throwing all slMe race for the presidency of Ital to the windsU not yet All hinds of guesses are being made Sir Clifford Siftons reason for retiring from the Conservation Com No one has yet suggested that he purposes becbming the first president ot Hardly any other Job has been Now that the influenza epidemic is UtEFUt THE NEED OF THE WORLD We have entered upon social is which the aristocracy of the futwe will men who have done Komethlng for and for their will he no rich or I I poor The rich are learn ing 1 am a rich Im never been a time In my life that I had the sense of possession or that my richesgave me any It is the doing of something uaetnl that has made me These words were uttered by none other than an American multimillion aire and a great industrial That last sentence If moulded into a motto forevery woman and child would create a new And why shouldnt useful ser Tice to the world be our Life may he long or short to but is it worth while at if we fail to serve our fellows in some way or other and leave the world a little better for acme service to others we have per One man may make the attainment of riches his whole object in He cares not how he obtains wealth and when he has he uses it only for a life of luxury for him aelf and an inheritance for his fam ily He dies and nobody He served no one but There are countless casea of this char These men leave no monu ments except those they designate to fee built with their own money in acme beautiful Lloyd and a world full of oth made service for others their Death not wipe out their it does not even end their They serve long after lie grave baa closed upon During the war service has shone above everything Men and women have toiled at home and far from in a life of service not to but to No sel fish ends were no wealth was In except the wealth ot satis faction with service willingly and glad ly That form of service won the war for the We face the not knowing may The world is un oing If wo build menace of These things are Nor should we In the least degree be departing from the truth when we say that the spirit of true Christianity has triumphed over a Pa ganism clothed In its It was a it Is which our ene mies But it was one in name only when we call to mind tho hideous offences which have robbed them of everything which goes with humanity and chivalry which stand as pillars of the Christian when we assem ble at Divine if nothing we shall be bearing testimony to the faith that is within Joy tomorrow must necessarily be mingled with Sorrow which cannot but take its place for those de parted through the But the like men Germans it the So the spirits of our dead warriors will be with and in tho spirit of thankfulness which will be in the hous es of God tomorrow there will be a true communion between those who are present and those who have gono Tomorrows services will take a dou ble Wo shall be honoring the lead and expressing a nations over the is putting back some church with its transcendental be of service in this j lief comes forth as the Great Consol The next thing we hope to hear is I er with Us message that has sustain now that the war Is the company is putting back the daily passenger service on the Contts and Cardston There ia little shrewdness in this 1y the Seattle PostIn telligencer It the German governj ment is o anch a character that it can be changed from a monarchy to a republic in a it could ba quite as readily changed back in a night from a republic to a Robert Rogers is out to throw a monkey wrench the wheels of The church to many may mean but a passing But the church in all it stands for is i and a great of our social Ita hidden or hag ntouKed the character of the British It is the Jh icter which In no small measure lias brought to us the of victor been ing to preserve the great traditions of csiiiir M of and in this we include all has been a great factor In reminding us of our and so helping us to or for their pre servation Tomorrow we shall be celebrating in not In boastful but chast ened a great national We cannot but concede that this cele bration has been made possible by In Pott Arthur and frort Wltllam the publicly owned railway losing about a hundred thousand dollars a Deseronto town council has adopted a resolution anent the fate of the ex demanding his trial as a inur Con servative member for Cowlchan In tho legislature from 1907 until and Independent member for tho samo riding from 1913 until tho present has placed his resignation In the hands of John speaker of the On Tuesday nftornoon Henry Ilal the Fort Steele to Rampart mail dropped dead while prepar ing to his afternoon as ho was generally wna an old timer in Fort having driv en the stage 2 years and was H vet eran of the American civil more priests of tho nrclullo cese df Regina have given their lives in their efforts to victims of tlio influenza This makes six priests of this archdiocese to die of this x Father R of Dollard died on November 25 and Fa ther of passed away on November Henry of had 34 nephews on active scr youngest of 18 and she has a sister who has 19 To her mother were born first triplet boys HOME OP THE VICTROkA tfttttri Come Direct to Us When in Need of Records Thei pnrtlmilar rortwd you may want can be seeur tl hefts For years throughout our twenty stores we have specialized In Victrolat and Victor Records continually givingVictrola owners the Service that and today we fully maintain that enviable A ft Risen THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA Is the best place td buy your Wed like you to hear these selections Record Country Fiddler at the and The Charles Record Bit of Sun shine and Bach Stitch Is a Thought ol Henry Record Me Back to Old Vlrglnny with male By Alma MASON ft RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL LETHBfilDQE v TUIW win LI i v a g then twin then four times in sue from His wife died ed which will bring about the cession twin girls and finally on newly born babe predo ceasing her a few but General Pershing reports that the who htld been n a critical condition total casualties in tho American Expe for some not know shc ditlonary Forces are These bcen even iu A mtle threeyearold are divided as follows Killed or died chlldl survives of wounds died jf disease deaths unclassified wound Tne has written a remarkable ed prisoners missing letter to Cardinal Begin accepting total credit for the release of the IJeland from a German He Figures compiled by the Clerk of on to express grief that the pap the House of Representatives at Wash al neutrality on which he has always ington give the Republicans a major should be but pro ity of 41 over the Democrats and oth fosses to find consolation in the fact er parties in the The political that Catholics of Canada wore in ac complexion probably will be as fol cord with him thought and speech elimination of Representative Martin Maddon of Illinois and Represents tive Glllett of with Representative James Mann of out of the race on account of impaired have been the strongest contenders for the hon lows Republicans Democrats f LUSUJUUrclla that spirit of Christianity that the independents Prohibition So churches The issued by the Lien tenant Governor of the has a great The war has not only been a physical but a spiritual The spiritual side of a nation has mani fested itself in a degree never known For this we owe thankg to the Christianity that is within and i mission of the churches to AT GRASSY LAKE From Our Own Correspondent GRASSY Jof their who desire it upon I is likely to work a great injus tice and hardship upon those who dej serve a generous reward at our One thing in connection with the reward of the soldiers by land that is puzzling some is why they ask to be required to fulfil Homestead condit ions before it becomes Surely they have already earned it and ought to get it as a straight outright gift from the country and be free to do clallst total Republican major ity over Democrats Republican ma jority over all other Thomas son of regarding the great of chairman of the Republican sional Campaign appears to be the compromise candidate for Speaker of the next House of Ilepre passed away at Winnipeg Developments are expect IN PARIS NEXT WEEK Novl has been officially confirmed that King Albert of with the qneen and the crown will visit Paria next Thursday and they will be received by President Poincaire and members of the HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay IB giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest Bobs past record we fail to see that his plan will be so very aceept Birch the teacher of the primary dewith il as they A straight gift partment of Grassy Lake school left of a quarter section to each soldier to on Saturday last for Toronto at the do with It as he jpleased would settle call of friends suffering from influjt flth those who want to farm and This leaves the school without i those who dc a teacher for the younger children at j Under the plan of return It would Union But remembering the Miss Bhch will be appear that many of those who were greatly missed not only in the public the first to volunteer their services l sht has done work for the great cause and who have 1 fn the Suuday 8ch001 wnere seen the West and hardest service ahiP th fw aes servce able with the mass of the Just she had charge of a class of little will be among the last to return while now Canadians want a stable govern ment which honest and sincere in its efforts to solve lems of Kreat some of those who were the last to and Jack Me1 go and only went under compulsion 6 to the Crow8 Nest and have seen practically no service i Pass to The new general manager of western lines is going to pay Leth bridge a visit on This will be an opportunity for the Board of Trade to meet Murphy and im press on him the need for railway extensions in Southern the war over there need be no hesita tion in pressing for these extensions most work in the woods tor the A Narrow Escape Philip Ell who lives some miles will be among the ntst to The result of this under the plan of land settlement will be to give those who have been compelled to serve and south of Grassy to have rendered first chance at reports has had a narrow escape in an the available leaving some of attack of The attack was who volunteered and serv severe and after some days Illness ed longest and hardest to take what strength appeared to utterly fail and is and remote ife to become For some from towns and railroad It hours was considered to be ig felt that those who can ought to men something was heard to burst take action to prevent such Mills and family who have been living in town for some time Another but connected with that is causing discussion From Our Own hava moved out to the mine again concern is that in order tor pro i vide for the soldiejrjs and for other set tiers that may to the this Thn Morning Star School begins work again next Monday i MfNabt is back from a few fine weather j lays trip to the Crows Nest Pass of this weftk has been pleasant for Sunday will see the reopening of and their service to the cause extent thAio chiirnhoo tin cnijntrv while thaV are nermlt the government is preparing to down upon the lands of who been Kivlng of their their except those who are af the The service in tho flitted with tho flu and this number Presbyterian church will bo of a tinB feneniy aliens and draft evaders nvea on selfishness world will Ms not any The fatalities aver thankngivlng character and it is lion who havo been quite no but if we carry into it the ideal of as we practiced an1 diatrlct The fatalities aver thanksgiving character and it is hop havo one each including the town ed that in view of events and the oci open antl hitler in their opposition to it from then it will be a new and S better world and many of the Heem ingly difficult problems will disap When rich and old and accept the Schwab sentiment of doing something useful for the then happiness will ob ataclea will be more easily and more easily Who are the men and women worth while in our community Are they not the men women who un selfishly serve others We have many them about us The war has fle fine spirits at home as well the It ii to Nurse whose sister died a died Thursday from the dread and her youngest sister ia now confined to her liomo with who went overseas In was in several flu ally wounded and spent tho past ytur in England in a was on the first steamer arriving in Halifax on November expects to rearh Mac lood within a Many of the boys who will rolurn home have their position open for and it is quito possible then will be very ferw to find employment The past two days clevolopod a great crop of aspirants for the There are eleven who will nuter tliii with a possibility of while school board aro likely to bayo alj canton that there will be a largo at It is evident from the talk about town that many aro concerned lest the Kaiser and hit devilish af ter devastating Europe and flooding it with blood and laying such burden of s the countrys causftto still ponsess and proceed as thoughthey had been the greatest HIGH BRITISH HONOR fry upon nhould be allowed to escape their just Tho the night tff King of tho Lethbrldge Rotary Club to sec a held at the ure a nationwide expression of opin British During the recap ion and desire in regard to this is It is aluo that the pian for the return King Georgo bestowed upon Marshal Koch the Outer of of the from overseas and the Foch only Trench Plan for the establishment of those kolder of this In bestow the ratepayers looking for a where tbuy can guide the young ideas i nigjier and greater sphere of UBOI the eminent soldier who has i King nm happy to give the highest of whfevTcan dispose to con the allied armies to PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Corner 4th and Sth Street Capt aster Acting Regular services morning at 11 and evening at THANKSGIVING SERVICES The morning service will be conduct ed by music by Knox offerings other than envelope to go to Knox The evening service will In by Wesley offerings other than envelope to go to Wesley Regular envelope contribu tions may be deposited at cither Arrangements have boon METHODIST Wesley Church Residence 320 llth Phones Parsonage Church Study 4M Claude Director Wesley Hall being in use as an Emergency the church prop er will not be ready for public service The pastor and officials of KnoxPresbyterian chirfch have kindly offered us the UBO of thplr church for the evening Tho services on will be union tho Burns preaching in the morning and your Envelope Contibutors may made whereby they will reach the thcir Offering8 to the morning ror or evening and they will be handed to the There be no Sunday School soHsion De sure and read the church direct appearing in another and also in the Monday which 10 Uoyo If 30 Btir Slstern Bible BiK Tlrothers Uible Other Departments of Sunday i Chinese THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRIDGE Pastor 1271 Sth Choir Phone 1C59 10 Boys of tho in the 11 Morning Service Triumphant Over Inter Beginners and Primary partuiante of tho meet in the Church Olrls Department of tho meet In the Adult Department ot tho in the I ANGLICAN Cj plans Church 11tn Street and 4th Canon Viol vat I on of Holy Communion al Morning 11 Sunday School nnd nihle 3 Kvonlng address on peace ut both ser Bvanlnfp Service Thankfglvlrig for SALVATION ARMY and officers In U 3 and Sunday a I Corp 2 Home 8 Life Saving Scouts and Guards The Citadel Bnnd In Sunday und Thursday A Hearty Welcome to AUGUSTINS CHURCH 2nd and tth Street South Canon Servicos 8 11 Kven Hundny General Thanks PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 205 Thirteenth Paster 294 7th vicis Sunday 11 and BAPTIST First Baptist Corner 9th and trd Rev Paator Services at 11 Song Service at The pastor will preach at both Communion of the Lorda Supper nt the close of the evening Sunday Schooland Class at J Wednesday at 8 Prayer and Praise A cordial invitation to all these ser Church 3rd and Sth Oliver Pastor 12 Seventh Street South Phone 602 Bible 11 Morning Subject I Wai Glad When They Said Unto Me Let Us Go Up to4he House of the Young Peoples Thanksgiving CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull 7th Street Sunday Service at 11 Subject Anolant and Modern Necro mancy veraus Hypnotism and merltm Sunday Hchool convenua at tho close of the Sunday morning Wedntiaay TMtlmoay Mat jil ag at I fbe reading room open tolly sept Sundays and legal froB 3 to 5 the Bible and zed Christian Science literature may ba borrowed or The publio is cordially Invited to tccd the church the reading also at ta NORTH LETHBRIDQE QOSPEt HALL Late Gth Baptist Church Speaker John 707 13th Suuduy School 34 Sunday Subject Ita Conaaquencaa and Everybody ;