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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUtt THE LETHBKinCiE DAIKY HERALD I'HIDAY. OCTOBER �, 1918 Xetbbriboe Ibevalfc XctbbriDoc, fllfccvta DAILY AND WMKLV \_ IMPRESSIONS CLIVEDEN 1 �� Proprietor* �nd PublltMftt f HI LKTHBRIDQE HERALD PRINT- j INtt COMPANY, LIMITED W* �th 8tr*ot South. Ltthbrldfl* W. A. Buohvnan PrwMsnt and Managing Director fafca Torranc. - - Barium UwH* TSLPPHONEt �mIami Of tic* ............UU Rftlturjal Offioa ............... *** ubterlptton Rata*: Jallr. aellrerad. par w�*K , Sally, delivered, par yaar . Daily, by mat), par yaar .. JTaakly, by mall, per year Cliveden Is of interest to t.oliihridgo poople, VuioausP il is at .1 hospital thero that I.ieut. Col. I". H. Mowlmrn. M.D., formerly of thin city, is serving with conspicuous success. Cliveden ii to Jt2: Class il. 5ii lo ,*S.."iO; Class C. to ffv.'O. * PICKED UPIN* PA SSIJNG FQR THS BVSY MAN .tsc� .14.01 Jl.M ! This hospital at Cliveden originated vWaakly. by mall, par year to U.S.. JI 01 Data* of axplry of anbicrlptioaa ��� pur aaily on addraat labal Accept-Aaea of papon rite, exptratiua data U ar authority to continue the �ub-�crlpUon. (THE PROGRESS I C7 THE WAR. Desperate German resistance all Bilong the, west front with the exception of. tho l.ens-Armentieres sector, Where the enemy is withdrawing after evacuating these, two important, cities, bow that the Huns believe the decisive phase of the war on the west front has been reached The main defenses, tile Hlndonburg line have been preached by the Uritish and French ,-t Bt. Quentin and between St. Quenlin nud Cambrai, and in this sectur the enemy has been Indulging in furious counter-attacks in tho hope of restoring positions, the loss of which has made "niru nervous In the extreme. Cambrai has not fallen, but it is useless to the enemy. Challeranse, in the Champagne, along the Aisne river, hns falien to the French and Americans however, and a very real threat against German communications in the Hheims sector has thereby been established. It is evident that tho Huns aro expecting tho next great Foch thrust somewhere between Verdun and the Swiss frontier, and the civil population of Alsaeo is being evacuated. A thrust along the Meuae In this vicinity would have a far-reaching effect for it is evident that the enemy is depending upon the Jdeuse as his next line of defense ahould he be driven back from tho J-lindenburg line. The news from Bulgaria is. that the allied troops are taking possession as with Mrs. Waldorf Astor. one of the well kr.own Langhorne sisters of Virginia. It began in the raoo.uet court and it now covers many acres and ;s one of the best arranged and best equipped hospitals in England I'r. Mew-burn is greatly valued there. He holds as high a reputation in medical clrclrs in Knglaud. as h�- �>niM pre vlonsiy in Alberta He works as hard as ever, too, but seems to  ujoy the strenuous life. A few years ago we talked of tho Doctor retiring, but he is the kind of a man who is destined to die in harness. In the early period of th" war when troops were at Salisbury' I'lains. ar- designing a bronze of Triumphant Victory, proud in the death of men who fousiht the good tight and now r-'st in peace. It is here that Clarence Slier-; lock is buried. There is probably no more beautiful cemetery In (he world. An Italian ; Garden nestling h'.cl; up on the bank 1 of that part of the Thames known as : the Cliveden Ue.ieh and oviTloaUmg ! the old world villar.-. of t'ookhatn in ; llorkshire. built ,:t enormous expense and surround, d by beautiful examples o:' Italian tnarble work, was given by 1 M.ijot and Mrs. Astor as a restii'.g place to t!io=e soldiers from the l'o minions who died in this Hospital. German signs at the Medicine Hat market will bo removed. I.ieut.-Col. Orlando On mi. aged ST years, died in Grantham township, near St. Catharines. The summer statistics of Winnipeg" show six residents of Winnipeg over ninety years of age have died. T It. Karl, superintendent of ngen-c jes for the Mutual Life of Canada, died at Toronto. da d Wells, a pioneer itul a prominent .: I'lversley. Out of King town-stock breeder. Uev. .1 A. M. a married woman, died as the result of driifking a quantity of weed alcohol. The Til IIri: II p.. �n co- ins >f the Astor gift be realired. �a in Hu was. \>''�>': held by Hie Kar'. Go.iwin. t'me of the Norman ilnnnuest. Thouch shire is ore- of Cliveden itself lirit l;i.-'ori' al n U that -!e Manr which , they, and those expected from Over-i seas, would be lonifortably '.i..n-.'d 1 ard thoroughly look-d r.f*-r. if i:i n.....! lot Hospital care. Nuv.ioroits inbli.' i buildings were available, but t!.� Can ladlan Red Cross Smiety were ab'... ;,, secure this delightful sit-- throu-n tu�  kindness and generosity of Major! ! Waldorf Astor. M. IV. and Mrs A-tor. who not only gave the original build- \ mg. then a lurjte ItarquH Court, but ' gave over niagnif.cenr lawns, drives s and golf course. In order that suitable buildings might be erected. j This then Is the ilrst General Hos-1 I plt.il for tho reception of Canadian patients, nnd it was for a long time i the only hospital for whbh the Canadian Hed Cross became suledy re- j sponsible. j Thai their responsibility was mad-' so easy to bear, was due to the won- , � derful generosity and kindness of the women of Canada. It really was tlo-ir :r.ta> t , Baby, and Its growth speaks won- tu ha' i dcr� for the persistent care and at- -:-':!,, . tention which thoy have always ho William, as was his custom, out all the desirable portii-r. iattg. and to Hrother Cih tl.is Town-hip >! T.ipp- ! par elled l-lng-ga vp The Kobert. the six-yea iv.ity Keeve James township, was the v, ;ng accident !';oi:i,'iine polsonlm death of Helen i.ei : six-year-old daughter oi St. Thomas Fir. de'royed tl-.r of K .1. 1'b'iniug's :' by. Mtitailittg the I. thou.-and dollars. r old son of lie-Haker. I'.ertle I'tim of a shoot- caused the .in-', the little of Oscar Little. e barns on one rms near Whit-- of several It. t!. Coal mines produced 240,000 tons In August. T, II. Stark Is leaving Nelson to become manager of tho A. Maodounld Co. at Vancouver. E. H. Nixon, pioneer Winnipeg grocer and hrother-lii-lnw of Sir Daniel McMillan, Is dead. ' Hcv. JacoW II. Johnson, formerly of Plcton. Out,, died ut Herkley, Cali-tornia. Kev. T. Wilson, tor Mi years pastor of tho l-'i'eshylerian churcli, _ Walker-ton. Out., has been called 'to St. John's church, Medicine Hat. To stook all the grain on a '^00 acre farm Is the remarkable achievement of Ira Urn-rows, .So years young of Drayton. Out., while visiting at Wlllem. Mun. Writs have been Issued for the bye-election In the Kstevan. Susk.. provincial electoral district, nominations to take place on Oct 17. and polling on October �-l. The candidates are: Robert Dunbar, farmer. North Portal, and Thomas Hryce, farmer, Kstevan. Major .!. M. Carson of Calgary, who for some time lias been Hiding the dual position of Judge Advocate Gen-oral and provincial registrar has resigned the former otllcc as he found the work of the two too heavy. Cap!. John I.arnett. of Innisfall. becomes Judge Advocate. C0L.BEA1IC.M.G. E llolary Club Arranging Luncheon-Public Meeting at 12:.'H> Follows. pv!d"!i7. l-as.-l it to a >: th" P.oy.a h--.i...hold, -elude 1 (from the ^I'eue war and the wound. 1 "Tommy" looking ecu throii'th the trees over the wonderful panorama of "river-sundered landscape clothed with cr.vn." Is impressed most with the -wect serenity and utter p-aeefulness of the view, not a house shattered, not a tree torn, ipit a �!eld marred. Hut in tinics past Cliveden has been near the tiring line fur in the meadows across the river a battle lirig.id:-" Gene iks (i. � o,e at llr.itti liott. come otto .] eoijiniaudiag tl Military District Gue 1111' il .la tp on tier": w I >. iry edtie-day aft. , ember 1. a! 1 to May 1 Ronnie. M.V.O.. j Farmers In nil parts of Ireland ar may be. ( now ,mgaged jtl grow Ing tl.ix. The Toronto I sudden and extraordinary prosperity ! of the tlax-grow er.s Is being shared by ' the lla.x-workers. Male workers re-i b-d to close reive an average of weekly, and noon from now , women average $1^'. wages unheard i i again from i (1f [n the productive branch of the in ] dustry before the war. Col. Win. lloattlc, C.M.O.. dlieclor of chaplain services Is touring the west nnd will visit Lelhbrldge on October 10th. Tim Rotary Club are arranging a luncheon at 1- o'clock noon. In ;ho Y. M. C. A. The luncheon will be limited to T.O. The Rotnry (Tub are endeavoring to have representatives present from tho various orgnnUntlons In the city. Immediately after Hie luncheon Mr. Pontile will address a public meeting at 12.110 In tho Y.M.C.A. auditorium Col. Pontile went to Hie front with the "Originals." and spent �10 months with the hoys at the front. The subject of Ills address will be "Humor. Pathos and Heroism in the Trenches." He Is a brilliant speaker and his message will appeal particularly to the Xext-of-Kin. Those organizations who hnve been asked to send represontatiies to the luncheon can secure tickets from It. It. Davidson, not later than Oct. Sth. The meeting after the luncheon is open to the public and everybody is welcome. * :� : ? ? : : * & .at-rle I on ;.t !:;:, Hospital has a vi t: h'.Kh repnui :;..n among Mril.'.i! '� tl--: - of our ..Hie- The M> d;ca' ;;e. �.l\e cstab'.id'.ed ., ry and niavullic-ur ^p�. . �! it.vc : ' Gas Poisoning." .Cory comes tr.iph ' aloiik tlov-e Hues, �s in t'litiviiy- dir-cm Fran e, and hak Ivad as pat-Jinperial-i. Canadians. An tral-Nc� Ze,danders and now Ativr- � ii'imti. �Three; r of .Me.tif a! rl and ilti^.n stowed upon it. There has probably rapidly us possible, while 'he Uulgar-' been no CrnadU-.n Hospital more vis-fan troops aro laying down their arms, ited by Canadians and Imperials than The Austrian* In Albania are In pre- this Institution, not alone because of cipitate retreat. Indications are that its reputation among the public at tho enemy will endeavor to hold the j.ir^p. hut owing to its close proximity line of the Danube where he Is busy ;D London. fortifying, although there will be a p u situated on the Thames, eight rery real struggle for the railway line miles from Windsor, and on that bean through Sofia. This, ii is reported, tiful rise known as the. "C.'liv.-don has already been cut. but the report is nidge," the most p.cturesqub part of cot confirmed, If It Is true. Turkey the Thames Vulley. Is already in a serious predicament, i The Institution is in reality a small That Turkey is expecting to bo cut jown of itself having its own lightini: off'Is shown by the fact that the eva-'and heating plant; its own General cuation of Persia is now under way.. stores, Carpenter Shop. Blcc-trie an I A certain actlvCy is noted in naval. Sanitary Engineering. Barber. Ho .'. circles, the report that Rrltl.ih. Italian | Shop, Repair Shops of all hinds. Cln.-nnd American war vessels have des- matagraph Theatre. IMUiard Room-, tray.'d the Austrian port of Dur.izio , Ice Cream and Soda Fountain, and and the warships anchored tin-re being i Coffee Cafe-, Church, Recreation eridenco that no opportunity is beit.g Grounds for Raseball, Cricket, Tennis lost. The blow practically puts an ' and Dowldig, Newspaper; iU .v.vn nd to Austrian sea power and .-, the Hospfal rec-iv- While pornr-t pi. Hire ;it Mi il.i-ry 1 '�"�in*, thrown into tip' drowned. ell !.;s 111 11' g. 'tilcl'V Vutll I-, AI aba tn a '�:?�> die Gorman-; th" German fortified p.. .Ilion-. b"t�Veen Cambrai and S: (,oi't,iin li.ve I.....n definitely � iii.i-'"ed mi.t t.i Au-t to 11 angarian -in Albania, for.-aki-u by their former allies, th" llulgati.iii*. are In full retreat northward .'�'.� nd their border from the Aria tic - a u> Lake Oehr! da." On Italian Front London, Oct. !. Concerning Uritish aotisitlo.- on tin- It.i'i.i'i nioiintitln front, the �nr i.iiiee today i.siied this :.!.lleine|,! �Last mi'lo w afwlcks'iire troop-carried .ci a mo i Mi. ri' �..fill raid Into the i-neiiiy trenches I.i. mg Asliuto, cipturlug 11.' prisoners, including four kHiiits. (nir casualties were INCREASE GRANTED IN FIELD ALLOWANCE Reglna. Oct. 2 -Under an order in council which reached tho military authorities here yesterday, officers uT th" Canadian Army with the rank of Captain and lieutenant will In tho future, receive a Held allowance of tl per day. bringing thorn tip to the snni" allowance as that Riven to the rank of Major. I'll to the present time the scale for the Held allowance for a raptain wa t 7." cents a day and a llmttcnnnt i.o rents a flay. Now they will each receive $1 per day. * > : > ? : �>>**>�>�**' of a reS'Oltltiotl pii-i.-ed Board of Manager.s of the W.MS, at annual mnotlng at London. Out F dlowtt.g her gr.Atuation a; the Lranrrord Genera! Hospital, Mis.s Dai..> . I.'Uin �ill receive �l'i'V'". I. oin her aunt, of Paris. Th.-. was 1-tt In h.-r by will, provided thai she gi adua'fd !!>'.'. C C Hr.twer, pi-tor of the .Vtt'.in.li-t Prote-tjuit ihuvcii at Pr .:: ! Cen'. r | Hirhe'd liliu') .'. f : 'Ii'- p i-! -ooii years h s re- -ig.....I and will acepl n pi's.r.oii as brak.small on the Illinois Central s'^- Ud prohibition and Ontario has law* ' tUo fir" *nti�nU tTt"� !"" �'",,!"l;iin providing both on its statute books1 nivislo� ,n F'ra"rfv TllfiH' w,r" �OW. No man in Canada consecrated ; �Tunled or gassed l, the stcond b.v, us much of his time and ability to | U'' ot rPrt!e- �tlmiuatiUK war effort from the be-' ThH rfosI,ltal "!� Tntr:i] ll0^ tinning ot the war as did Mr Howell Iof par,!''"la'' urp:i- ^ He spoke all over Canada in favor ofi Auxiliary Hospitals situated at Slough, conscription, months lirfor..' ,-onserip-1 Maidenhead JUgh Wycombe and tiou was considered a possibility. j stok6 I'oges When conscrpltiou was proiiosed at j W|lF,n 'he Hospital was small. pat-Ottawa, and Sir Wilfrid Laurier fail- i lpnts wl>" werp l"�rl�d In Taplow ed to support it, Mr. Rowell was con-1 Church yard, hut the beautiful Ital-1 Judges. elHtent and supported the measure j '�"> Garden among the trees overlook 1 contc t Bd later on in order to assist inj'uK the Thames was felt to offer a firryinR out the war policy he coniToro suitable spot Accordingly an: , ------- - (Merod necessary for the proper main-j ova' fpaco iflo feei in length was con-; .M. Knoenoi itch, associate cdci) In connectip;i witii the coming Victory Loan campaign, the Dominion Press News and Feature Committee announces a eaitoon contest. Artist; are ii>\it-d to submit sketches suitable for a f.voo oluiun engiaving, which will be judged on their merits as publicity calculated to assist ill the selling of Vietoiy Bonds. Th,, committee offers a Pond of the pew issue for the best nl for about ten j ipuitly trained officers were valuable yearn. ;U homo. Your Fire Insurance No Longer Protects Your Risk Because since 1914 - clue to constantly advancing costs of material and labor- vour HOME-vour BUILDINGS-vour"MACHINERY - your FIXTURES - your MERCHANDISE-your HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS, RUGS, CARPETS, TEXTILES, have greatly increased in value. Suggestion:-Get out your fire insurance policies today-and write or telephone this Company'for information that will surely benefit you. Put your property under a proper s ized cover of protection, or after the fire you'll find yourself but partly protected. You can insure what von own for its present high replacement value for but a trifle more than what half protection costs. Furthermore, in the face of rising prices, fire insurance rates are the same as four years ago. Telephone, call upon, write or send the coupon to us now! We will cheerfully give you any information that you w'sh. Your fire may be the next. Don't find afterwards that you are underinsured! CLIP AND MAIL COUPON TO THE Farmers Fire and Hail Insurance Co., Lethbridge TODAY Alberta Block, Lethbridge Phone No. 455 P. 0. Box 1100 This advertisement is inserted to draw the attention of the public in an effective way to the necessity of considering the matter of increased values in relation to their fire insurance. During many recent fires the assured has suffered very considerably through neglecting to increase insurance to meet present replacement values. MAIL THIS COUPON-TODAY Without obligation to InereaHo my flro insur-auen. ! would liko to tall, o\or tho matter of tnor�. coriiph tely iirotceUng niyncdf against flro loaaes. Name Addrr.sH WE WRITE ALL CLASSES OF FIRE AND AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. RESPONSIBLE AGENTS WANTED WHERE NOT REPRESENTED. 5242 ;