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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ttbc bbribde l3eralb XetbPrtbflc,^tPecta DAILYVAND WEEKLY Froprtatera and Publlihara {THE IBTXERIDaB HERALD PRINT 1 'INO fiOMPANY, LIMITED . m tthStraat South. Lathbrtdfl* ' W; A. Buchanan - PraaWant- and Managlay Director jTohB Torruea -  Bu^ineas Manager men^ ^and women wo must look for aid and;leadership in the reconatruction period. They have no seltlBh endd to aerve, service to their fellow citizens, (heir fiommnntty and the betterment ot the world are to them the great ideals. With thoae Ideals dominating our lives the reoonstructloa period can be bravely met and safely and �alisfactorlly passed through. Tomorrow's D/OLY HERALD A. Y. ;NO\p�ilBER 30, 1918 Peru growled, and then we suppose Chill shivered. TELEPHONES llualneaa Offee ...... - filtoria! Offioe....... 12S2 1224 .15 Subscription Rates: 'Daily, delivered, per week ... Daily, delivered, pfer -yeak- ......S7.60 Daily,.by mail,;per year.....  �WiJ> "t?eekly^by mail, per ^ 'W"tJnn Weekly; by mail, per year to tF.S..$2.00 .- Dates ot expiry ot subscriptions appear daily on address label. Acceptance of papers after explraUon date is ur authority to continue the -sub-acrlption. /AXE AS MUCH jCAREASEVER Though the inflneiusa ban has been lifted, there aire stlU some cases in o.ar^ haa decided' not M renOpen tto/fijhop^B , for another veek. Thattsp^eaxa to he-a: wise pro-cedure.-'aaa^if-VlUae^vato.wam the 'publicftliaK-'tlie"tiitae for throwihg aU I :pre^lipal^ll*::to^the. wlttda^la not yet uiBFut^lRyrcE ;\ {THE NEED JOFT^ / "T^eT;kam^MnmAv^av>� -sycial �var/iilw^dt^the^^Astaencr of the ' futar^j' �I1L ,abj4,. inen-. ario.luitei done i eometltlQ^.fbi'lfiiy&ani.t;: aad for ^their /f iiatldM,i',5�i!fi>fll. ��i?wHch or V Ing '^af:apd'Sl2^'.�'->�j:*'-^"' �^ ' told., B8kis^era"?haa,never Jl^en a tim� iiimy lite that I had -th& sepso of-poapeasto* or.thatrBuy ilchesr-gave >:i inte any happtness. It ia ifae doing of eomettaing oaetnl that has tnade me ;;;; happy.' These.waxd�,�Brs-iUtered..by none '\ other than an American mnlti-millios-' 0 aire aiid-'argreat' Industrial leadeer^ Chas. M. Schwab. That last seatenai ; II moulded into a motto forwoman and child would create a ]iew -world. And why shouldn't useful ser-SS- Tice to the world be our ideal. Life 4 maiT.beTlong-or short to U8� but is; it ? irorth while at all, U we fail to serve J;: our fellows ia some way or other and laave the world a little better for V' aome service to others we have peiS lonned. One man may make the attainment of ilches his whole object in life. He i cares not how be obf^na wealth and  when he has it, he uses it only for, aelfish ends, a life of luxury for h'im^ :\\ aalf; and an inheritance ^or hig fam-v lly afterward. He dies and nobody , cares. He served no one but himself, ^^ere are eonnUess cases of this char-lactcr. 'These men leave no monu-mebta except those they designate to lie built with their own money Ini aome beautiful cemetery. Oladstone, iincoln, Lloyd George, Cl�m^8tr8ngth which will make it a great nation. It fa said King Victor Emmannel wears a unlfonn made of the same material as Italy's enlisted^ men. The Houston Pc*t rthihia th&t Indicates thati Vic is looking forward to a possible race for the presidency ot Italy on Oiia democratic ticket. Now thati'the Influenza epidemic is over the C.P.R. is putting back some ot ita>Tallway service in this division. The next thing we hope to hear is that, now that.the,_war,la over,/the companr is putting back the daily �paesenger "jBerylce on, the Coutt^vand '(jknfiJfon'branohBaK  : ' All kinds of guesses are being made ?18 to,Sir Clifford Sifton's reasoajfor retiring from the Conjpervatlon Gom-mission. Jfp one has yet suggested that he purposes becoming the first presideBt of Germany. Hardly any other ]bh has been overlooSed. ! There is ttDfr'* little shrewdness in thisemark; "by'the 'Seattle Post-In-telifeaacer: .^f; the. German government'is G,re�t, Thaokagivlng Day, and the churches, which are the churches of the people, summon the faithful to join in heart and voice in swelling the incense oft thanksgiving which will go up to Him who is the God of Peace. In the spirit we recoijpnise that it was not merely the strength of valor and weapons that has won the war for us we shall heed the churches' calling. It is meet and right that we should respond to this call, knowing thsd the dkurches stand for the Chris-tiatity we proclaim. Our adherence to this Christianity has brought forth those virtues which have acted in the way ot a mysterious morale in energizing, electrifying, and making, wonderful the spirit which our fighting men have shown. It has also illuminated the deeds of devotion to duty which have worked hand in hand with the ardor of those who have anatained themselves in the conflict and come through with Victory emblazoned on their shields. Freedom has triumphed over autocracy, we have learnt to say. ClvU-ization has been delivered from the menace of barbarism.- These things are true. Nor 'should we in the least degree be departing, from the truth when we say that the spirit of true Christianity haa triumphed over a Paganism clothed in its veneer.' It was a Christianity,,it is true, which our enemies confessed. But it was one in Tiame only when we call to mind the hideous offences which have robbed them of everything which goea with humanity and chivalry which stand as pillars of the Christian chnrche'i. Therefore, tomorrow, when we aaseni-ble at Divine worship, if nothing else, we shall be bearing testimony to the faith that is within : >Ioy tomorrow must neceBaartly be mingled with sorrow. Sorrow which cannot but take its'place for those departed through the war. But the church w^ith its transcendeiital he- ed ihnia^ttr" for dose on two^thont and yean, "i^ey are not dead bitC soaV botor�."K >rbere is something v^h**^ -kitkelmw'Wd solidities this ^d)ot to a tdrt'* told^ by Mabrice Barras, the ffnntTfeanU) patriot, when l^e ad dressed the British Academy ia one ot'-the yeaHL,ot thewar nowiji^Bt. It Tiia tefctli^BtoiiyrNBut it iiijf*n:.|ii. .apirliiK afrnv^'Once heard it omnot be ton^(i>ttbM^e a true' communion between .tliose who are present an'd those who have gone before. - TomhrroWs services will take a double purpose.' Wcj shall be honoring the dead and esprassing a nation's hetirL'olt gratitule to Gcd �-ho has braujjhI, victory tb our arms. The ciititrgii to many may mean but a passing word. But the church in all t'biit it stands for is i part, and a great' parti of our social fabric. Its i?.finence, hidden or otherwise, has moiil->(>d ,the chart!ctiir of the Driilsh rj-a. It is th6 ShiHcter whlpii In no small measure has brought to us the rrnlt.* of ylctO'-*- V. e havi* been figbt-ingto preserteVthe great traditlonB ot caiiuri>iom ate divided as follows: Killed or died, O'^rdon. aurv^?^ them. ot wounds 36,154, died at disease 14,-1 \ ^ __ 811, deaths unclassified 2,204, wound-; The pope has written a i-eraarkable ed 179,625, prisoners 2,163, missing letter to Cardinal Begin accepting 1,160, total 236,117. ________________mk ?0m^^^ Wfaeh ill ^^^^A:xtfRecord* Thd'pnftirtular reBtJrd you may want can be seour-*a hefbiJnimedlately. For years throughout our twenty stores we have'ipeciaiized in . . Victrblai and Victor Records "continually gtvlngVictrbla owners the. Service that satisfies, and'today we fully maintain that enviablia ...service. A Maaon;& Risch Store, "THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA" it; the best place to buy your Records. We'd like you to hear these selections: Record No. 36B32-Old Country Fiddler ' *t 'the Dimce, and The Batidlt-By Charies Taggart Record ,>fo. 13453-Little Bit of Sun-, , shine and JSach Stitch Is a Thought of You, Dear-By Henry Burr. Record No. 74420-Carty iile Back to Old . virglnny (with male ohortjB)- By Alma Gluck. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE Figures compiled by the Clerk of credit for the release ot the Hon. Dr. Deland from a German prison. He goes on to express grief that the pap therefore, issued by the Lieutenant Governor of the prpvince.has a great meaning..'.^e war has hot only'been ^ physicai'^ut''a;spiritual donflict. The spiritual side of" a nation has manifested itself in'a degree never known before. ,F6.r this we owe thanks to lief comes forth as the Grtat Consol-1*'*^''^?�,'*Btlanity.that is within us, and .1./ ... which it is the mission of the churches er with its message that has sustam- accentuate" I ity of 41 over the Democrats and other parties in the House. The political complexion probably will be  as fol- _____,___________ , . lows: Republicans 238, Democrats that splrii Ot'"Christiahity that the 193, independents 2, Prohibition 1, So-churches^ teal;>�ltOotieldB; . It 1^ to ttwse age one each day, including the town and district. Nurse McCarten, whose sister died a week ago, died Thursday from the dread disease, and her youngest sister is now couQned to her home with it. W. Shearer, who went overseas in 1916, was in several engagements, finally wounded and spent the past year in England in a hospital, was on the flrst rSteamer arriving in' Halifax on November 28th, expects to reach Macleod within a week. Many *of the boys who will return home .have > their positions open for them, and it Is auite possible there will he-very tew to'find-employment for. " ,� The past two days has developed a great crop of asplraiits for the council: There are eleven who will Rnter the race, with a possibility of more, while the achool board are likely to.bayo alj --rr-TTrrr^rr'.-rrrr Qf their, niimherj^ho, desire it upon .farms, is likely to. work a great injus-ttice and hardship, upon those who de^ , serve a generous reward at our hands. ' One thing in connection with the .reward of the soldiers by land that is puzzling, some islwhy they ask to be required to fulfil Bomestead conditions before it becomes theirs. Surely they have already-earned it and,ought (Prom Our Own Corresponaent) I to get }t as a itMeHit outright gift GRASSY LAKE, Nov. ,29.-Miss from me/count: y>nd| be free lo d^^ Birch the teacher of the primary de- '""b It-as they'^leasel''A straight gift partment ot Grassv Lake school left quarter section to each soldier to on Saturday last for Toronto at the *"b,it as hetel^e/l would settle caU ot friends snffering from influ- if'wlth those who :^nt to farm and enza. This leaves the school without tbose who do.noti a teacher for the younger children at Under the plan of return it would the re-opening. " Miss Birch will be appear that manr of those who were greatly missed not only in the public the first to volunteer their services school where she has done good work for the great cause and who have but also in the Sunday school.where seen the ]^:)ngest!and hardest service she had charge ot a class of little 1 will be among the last to return; while ones. some of those who were the last to Mr. McDougal and Mr. Jack. Mc-1 go and only went nnder compulsion Nabb have gone to the Crow's Nest and have seen practically no service Pass to work in. the woods tor the will be among the.flrst to return. The winter. result ot this under the plan ot land A Narrow Escape " settlement will be Yo give those who Mr. Philip Ell who lives some miles have been compeUed to serve and south of Grassy Lake,'according to ' have, rendered le^sft, first chance at reports has had~a narrow;,escape in an the available lands, leaving some of attack of Influenza: Thig. attack was thc/.e who volunteered, and haye serv-severe and after some days illness hie ed longest and hardest to take what strength appeared to'utteriy'fail and is left-inferior" lands and remote life to becoinebxtinet^. For sfsome from towns and railroad facilities. It hours he was considered to .'bid .dead, is felt that those who can ought to Then something -was tieard to burst take action to prerent such injustice, in his throat or lungs followed by an j Then some arervronderirig what in effusion of blood and a return to con- jieu of the land ifl^^ing tO'Offered sciousness. We are glad to report ^ the men who^ :do not wish 'ip gd that he Is now thought to be on the ,i,pon ;the lancf.  TSte'ri^'stablishmbnt high road to..recovery^..j. Mr. Fred Hensey ia rapidly recovering from his attack of pneumonia. ot them in a therieft at the surely, not enc Jtt efliial to'what at the country Is nil yet the plans Mr. Kerns and family, nor^th west  go no pj-iy-ls^ of town, are. all recovered from the forUJiis class ''?'' . .: ^ ,.. � Mm, o,,i fa^n� ..'Atjiother matter, ibut con(hecfed/with be^n^]lln?> t^^n'Tol?^^^^^ ifm^^ '^^'^^^^f ii^AlVS out to the mine ^^^n '^f^^^^'^^ have moved this week. ~ V The Morning Star School begins work again next Monday mominj^ Mr. R. McNabb Is back from a;iew days trip to the CroVs Nest Pass. Sunday will see the re-opening � of the churches. The service in the Presbyterian church will be of- a thanksgiving character and it is hoped that In view of events and the'oc-casion that there will he a larg^ at-tendance^' It ia evident from the talk about town that many are concerned 'lest the Kaiser and his devilish buncb,^ after devastating Europe and flooding it with blood and laying such burden of suffering and sorrow, loss and mis- 'itjjejfl'l^at may cofe-lo the?,fcbiUJtryi 'ibia, (government is^iireparlaig'^6 tawb^g doppQaltb)n .to the country's cansft^to still..posse^d.and p];oceed as thoiign^ey had been the greatest patriots. *'' ' ' HIGH BRITISH HONOR.,. PARIS; Nov. , .:30,---(i.pftV^s;):t-rol- fosses to find consolation in the fact that Catholics of Canada wore in accord with him ia. thought and speech regarding the great war. Representative S. D. Fess,. ot Ohio, chaisman of the Republican Congres-: slonal Campaign Committee,, appears . to be the Compromise, candidate for Thomas W. U. Gray, son of Aid. Speaker of the next House of Repre-H. Gray, passed away at Winnipeg .sentatives. Developments are expect- Republican majority over Democrats 45. Republican mar jdrlty overfall other parties, 41. ed ''soon which will .bring about the elimination ot Representative Martin B. Madden of Illinois and Representative iJ�'. H. Oillett of Massachusetts, who, with Representative James R. Mann of Illinois, out ot the race on account of 'impaired health, have been the strongest contenders for the honor. IN PARIS NEXT WEEK PARIS, Nov! 30.-(Havas)-It has been offlciall;^ confirmed that' King Albert of Belgium, with the qdeen and the crown prince, will visit Paris next Thursday and Frlday,'*when they will be ..received hy-P|esidfnt . Poincaire and members oif the/govehisfent. HOW MANY/BEANS INTHE JAR? >  The- Hudson's-: Ba/ dp. is giving away a $100,00^Victory iond' for the-nearest estimate. Knox Church Cernsr 4th Ave. and 8th Street B. Rev, CapL A. H. Denoon, 'astor Rev. W. F. Burns,^AetInB Paator. Regular services morning at 11 and , evening at 7-30. THANKSGIVING SERVICES The morning service will be conducted by Rev. W. F. Burns, music by Knox choir, offerings (other than envelope) to go to Knox - church. The evening service will be in charge of Rev. C. B. Cragg, music by Wesley choir, offerings (other than envelope) to go to Wesley church. Regular envelope contributions may be deposited at either service. Arrangementa have been made whereby they will roach the resp'e,ctfv& .iiihurtai : treasuiror : for whlch'lntettded. 10 a.m.': Boyg Department; . If 80.H.ta^-Bfte-Sistersl Bible C'laes. 2.00 p.m.:, BiB Brothers' Bible' Class. 2i4S: Other Departments' of Sunday Schpfti; ' 4 t}.t[jt? iCWnese eiasB. of suffering and sorrow, loss and mis .lo^w (he dinndr rfvOnAt'tbe RlyJiee ery upon millions, should be allowed ^Ji^^^T .^^iH'^^^^ to escape their just deserts. The %ive ^m^^7 night --InJiSjlonor' of the Lethbridge Rotary Club to^lsec-ure a^nation-wlde expression., of opinion and, desire in regard to thl(i is strongly �'^'bommendea.; tt is also thought that the plan flj)r;.the rejiurn ot ihe'febidiera from orerrfeas'and'^the plan foi)')!^,'eistatolliihment of thoae the'''%,tepUV'0fB-^^^ where they can guide the young i&eaa to a higher and greater sphere' of use-/ulness. . , " itlfb flmhasgyit-^-Dttrihg tlje .Tets^j^. n lUqg George ' "bestowed '. MJfU^: rsKkl Foch t1^,'^r�^T of -lam. der ot this decoratlto.'' in be^tow-'tt,, King . 2.00 p.m.: Glrls'^'^Department of the S. S, meet in � the church. . 3.16 p.m.: Adult Department of the S. S. in the church. 7.3p: HJ^ening^ , Service; i^ubject, ' 'Salvation aisM\ Adj. and Mrs. Hamlltori, offloera In charge. ' ' ' Sunday, i 11 a.m., 3 and 7,80 ;p.in: Sunday School,.a.p;m. � Monday;^ Thursday; Saturday. 8 p.m. Tuesi^y, .7.30 >p.in.,e LeaEile. a p.m.; Life Saving Scouts and Guards, The Clta^l B'and in attendauces, Sunday an^ Thursday Servibos. A Hearty Welcome to All. Wesley Church Rev. Chas. E. Cragflt B.. D., Paster. Residence 320 lltb St. a Phones: Parsonafle 404, Church Study 4IM Claude Huahes, L.A.B., Mus. Dlrsetor Wesley Hall be/ng in use as an Emergency Hospital, the church proper will not be ready for imbllc service tomorrow, Dec. Ist. The pastor, and officials of Knox' Preabyterlan chiri-ch have kindly offered us the use ot their church for 'the evening service. The services on.-Sunday, however, will be union tht'ptlghout, the Rev. Mr. Burns preaehing in ,the morning and your pastbrftjsi night. ' . , Envelope, coriepbutors may^bring their offerings to .ellher,;the, morning or Qvenlng service, and they will be, handed to the treasurer. , ' There .will be. no Sunday School! session tomorrow. Be sure'and read the church direct ory, appearing in another colum.n, and also in the'Monday, edition. V anglican St.. Cypnaa"* Church Cor. Iltn Street and �th Ave. South. Rev. Canon W, V. McMillan, B.A. Rector Celebration � of Holy Communion at 8.00 o'clock, Moniing Prayers, 11 a.m. Sunday School ,ind Bible Classes,, 3 p.m. Evening Prayers, 7.30 p.in." Specla) address on peace at both services. .  ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Cor/ 2nd VAve.', arid Sth Street South Rev. Canoe J. E. Murpell.Wrloht,wM.Ai, . . ' -. ,��- flectot^.:. ^v-;;-/.-. � Servlce�::,�'a;m., 11 ;a.m., iT^aO ;p;m. : Even Soi(g;;7.30 p.m::^' .; ' '..- Sund.ny next,;iD.ec. 1,'General Ihanka- .....glVilig./V.. ift .'".i;. ^2::'' PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY 206 Thirteenth St. N, Rey, CM, Neve, Pastor Riis. 294 7th Ave. A. 8. Services Sunday 11-a.m. and 7.30 p.m. dnt "Baptist Chvreh^ .Corner Sth-tAye., arnl; ti!d.'Ava,,8. Rev : F. W.' Dat^^'MiAn Palter Services^at 11 a.m.'Bnd'.7;>.rTh^a.'upiitfar will preach at bqih 8erTfeea.X.'v Communion of. the Ldrd'a vSttpper at the close, of the f>vehin^r!8�nrlce. Sunday. Schbolf ind^ Blblfi ' >C|a8S at 12.10.'--^ !a � Wednesday ^ 8 p.m., Frayar and . Praise Service. A cordial invitation to all these ser-vices. CJiiiitlaB Church Car. 3lrd Ave. and tth'St. 8. Oliver L. Cuctli. Paster 612 Severith slreet South PKene 502 10.30 a.m.i BlblelSchool. / .> 11 a.m.: Morning Service. Subject: "I W�i Glad.When They Said Unto Me Let UaQo'Up to'Che House of the Lord.'.' , 6.45: Young People's Meeting. 7.80: Thanksgiving Servioa. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull BleeK. 7th Street S, i Sunday Service at 11 a.si. Subject: "Ancient and Modern Necromancy versus Hypnotlam and Mesmerism Denounced." Sunday School oonrenes ^t the close pt the Sundt^y morning eervlca. Wednesaay Evening, TeatlmoBf \ lag at.I p.nL . , ^ rbe reading room la open dalTr sept Sundays and, legal holiday^; troS 8.to 6 p.m. Here, the QiMe. and autlior-Iced Christian Sclenoa literature may be ^read. borrowed ;0r purchaaed. The publio -is cordially Invited to at-:tend the church senrlcae. also to visit the. readini room; .- NORTH LETHBRID'aE( QOSPEL HALU" - (Late 6tb Ave. N, Baptist Church) Speaker: John |lae, 707 13th St. N. Sunday School p.m. Sunday Evening, 7.30. Subject: "Sin, Its Definition, Orlaiii Nature, Consequences' and Remedy." Everybody Welcome, i ;