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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page four the r.F.TTmmnGP! t>.\ii,v herald monday. october 7. 1018 letbbrtoQe Ifocvalfc Xctbbrl&flc, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor* ond Publisher* (Ml LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, -LIMITED tU �th Strict South, Lcthbrldgs W. A. Buchsr.sn President and Managing Dlreolor lean Torrance - - Buslntis Manager } TXLKPHONEi Business Office BdltorJeJ Office ******* 1161 1U� cany Dolly. Doily, 19 Oubicrlptlon PUtsei delivered, per week delivered, per year ..... $6 00 by maH. par fear ......|4.D# Weekly, by mall, per year ..... Weekly, by mail. per year to U.S. M** Dotoo of oxplry of �ubscripuoss 09* dolly on address label Accspl-of papen tJtiti expiration oats Ik authority to continue the tub- tcrlpUon. TO HASTEN THE END Wo live in heroic days? But how many of us are leading heroic lives? Simplicity, earnestness, elf-denial-these things ought to rule the daily life of each and every one of us. In all too many cases they are not doing sc On every side we can see unnecessary expenditures, personal extravagance and profusion, needless and heedless indulgence in pleasure and luxury. This is going on, although the need for the severest economy is as patent as It is profound. There must be a change! For T the sake of our credit and self-respect as a people, for the sake of those who fight and dir. we must confine our expenses to the things that are strictly essential. If we cannot do any more than * this towards winning the war, we certainly must not do less. So deny yourself in every way possible. Live simply and seriously. That is the way to live splendidly. It is THE ONLY WAY today Victory depends Upon It. Save to hasten the end. conditional surrender and a dictated peace upon (Jerrnany. It is a perfectly 'proper demand to mahe I'lormmiy cannot ho treated other than as a downright criminal. It has offended against humanity so glaringly, so per-siftontlv -nd bo maliciously that the 1 civilized world should impose upon It 1 penalties that will make it realize that it must recompense devastated nations, free it? colonies from it?* bar* bar Ian rule, nr.d change it s entire method of povernmeut. Senator I.pdpe of M!w?a elm sett*, n 0 w r a n k::' p K 0 p u h \ i c a n m e m h e v o; ; the t*. i>. Senate. oxpve^cs a rapidly .^rowjnp opinion when he say.-; that' The terms of a "dicta:.\\ peace." whwh . he advocates, must not he arranged hy | negotiation with r.ermany. but inns: ' he imposed upon Germany p.* a result 1 of agreement unioiu the Allied i:-nations. Such terms as he rosar.;* an Irreducible minimum comprise ;ho restoration ot IMcirm. the unconditional return of Aisace-i.o: rain-'. ;h--. redemption of Italia Irredenta. re-' establishment of the independence of I Serbia, and Kumania. the ^nirim: of tho safety of Greece. :he e-Mh;i.-,h- nSent. of the creat S'.av population as ' independent *:n:rs and an irdepen-I dent rolar.d. the blocking of tit-1 path-' way of Germany to the Kas?. the restoration of Kuss*ia. the taking a v. ay of Constantinople from Turkey, the sharinc of ' horses In addition to penernl service wagons, limbers nnd water carts. The Kield Ambulance is to treat sllphMy wounded nnd slightly sick and to evacuate and transport sick ihalud, and that it la tested from time to tlmo to ao� iliat tho uropcr amount of chlorine la bolus added. 1 Only eases of alight fllcknesa aro treated here. Tho extra equipment of the C. \l, tf. and tho offiimrV ward \a providud by the Canadian Hod Cross. Tho wounded are brought to tho Regimental Aid Posts by the, regimental .stretcher hearers. From the ro.d-|lho Corpa ResL Station whore there Skin I Mucuses. Those uro Kent (o Kaoh Field Ambulance has a Dental OHirer attached who at tends to The A.lVs. M. S. (Assistant IMrec-'thc dental work of the troi-ps in tho tors of Medical Services! direct tho neighborhood. M.ii'li Ha t talion of 1 a fa nt ry. and Hri:;ade of Artillerv. besides Hivisiou- ' Services of the;:* Divisions and each ^ 1 is assisted bv a HA.IUI.S, in t'.ie Cana'ilan Corps are f> Sani- al Train and Divisional Ammunition larv Se.-Tions. i-.icli consistinj; of one Column, has a Medical Odicer attach- 0;he. r and -7 Other Ranks. Kach Sanitary Sundeil men to the Ke^imen- I nnne,-.v:sT^iiil T'ai'o- are directly un- J ;al Aiil Tost. The pr- r-nt es'ablish-d��r adunnistration of the P.D.M. { m-nr of A D M.S. of a Division 'd bv a Lieut-Colonel and has two, + 1 � I i L has been fc-md to be too itlmln-; ff.v. i )n these oecasio.a-s special [Mr- i;--^ of stretcher b-mtvi > are fr^m oilier formations. '["!;e water details duty is to see that w.'itvr ^upjdy of the Tnit is pure. 1, 1 and Puiparia. the speuri'y of P.il the Syrians, and the Armenians. . �, , y> .... t. M.i;or-. t.� Captair.s. a D"t;:.\l Oihci-r. 1 I accompany the water carts go That Germany would acquiesce :n 1 ' .cneh a p^are as that is no; to !>��� imac-' mental aid post tho.v aro carried back to tho Advanced Dressing Station hy the Stretcher Squads of the Kield Ambulances. Krom/ the Advanced Dressing Stations wounded are taken back hy the ambulance ears and wagons of the Field Ambulances, to the Main Dressing Station. From the Main Dressing Station wounded are taken to tho Casualty Clearing Station by the Motor Ambulance Convoy. From tho Casualty Clearing Station cases are sent to the Rase hy Railway Ambulance Train. Siidc in Infantry and Artillery parade to the Regimentul Medical Officer. The Regimental Medical OMicer sends tho ^ick, who aro not lit to remain on duty, to the nearest Field Ambulance. From tho Field Ambulance eases of serious illness aro sent to the disunity Clearing Stations. Cases of slight illness are sent to the Corps Host Station, or -in some eases when such exist, to Divisional Rest Station?. Tho Corps Rest Station is capable of accommodating up to fiOO sick. There is a special ward for Officers. aro spocial facilities for bathing and for the fllorlllzntlnn of clothes and blankets. Kyo, Kar. Nose and Throat. These cases are sent to the Corps Rent. Station where there is 11 Specialist in the treatment of these diseases. Dental. The Canadian Corps Den-tnl Laboratory, is situated at a central place in the Corps Area. Thero la a special cllnique for Officers, and a elinhiuo for Other Ranks. Hero all impressions for dentures aro sent from tho Dental Officers in the Field Ambulances and the dentures made. Hy this arrangement a man can ho lltted wtlh a new denture within a w eek. A Dental Officer ia Mtualed af each Field Ambulance to attend to the Dental work in the Brigade. tho prevention of disease. This responsibility begins with tho Regimental M. O. who keeps up a daily observation and lunpor.tlou. This comprises: 1. Quality, sufficiency and preparation of food. 2. Purity of wntnr. :!. Hygienic condition of trenches, billets and dugouts. �1. Hygienic condition ot tho men, clothing, blankets, etc. a. Inoculation and vaccination troops. (i. Thi� isolation and disinfection oC caseH and contacts of infectious disease. 7. Location, sufficiency and condition of latrines. S. The proper disposal of oxcrcUk, manure, garbage, elc. of. The Canadian Red Cross provides all extra comforts and equipment not provided hy Ordnance, prison Bpecial heating fruit, games, tobacco, etc.. etc. ALBION RIDGE Albion Ridge, Oct. 5.-Threshing u completed. Yields aro not above what, was expected, luit. grain ia N'o. 1. Land is being put In good shape for next year, tho early harvest givlug ample time for perfoct work. Ole Jorgensou has sold tho Wallace homestead, the renter becoming tho owner, OJe purposes improving the remaining half section and 1ms signified his intention of stopping tho for*o of the wind with a wind-break This com-1 ()f i(-ees on the south and west. apparatus.   . All member.* of the Medical Snr-) * vices are concerned In nnd have re-sponsibllity in matters pertaining to I'ieK"d up in Passing can bo found on pajm today. 1 ir.M. "N'o pea'o." - a y s Senator Led~f\ "that satisfies Germany in any degree can ever satisfy us, (* not be a negotiated peace I' must \ h--� a dictated pea;e. and we ami our ( allies must dictate it *' : American women hold t h 0 s a ra e � view?. It was only the other day that! the Herald published a dispatch from1 Kvanston. Illinois, reporting a meet-i v. g of the wa r m 01 h e 73 of A m � sons en t *rica. the mothers of .gaged in tho war. at which a ^ ; resolution was passed demanding nn- i \ conditional surrender from the Ht j Canadian mothers, we do not doubt, I possess the same opinion. \ As long as the t'nired States is 'dominated by the sentiment*, expressed by Senator Lodge and the war i mothers, there can be no negotiated ! peace of the Lansdowne typo. The [ l.'r.Ued States has the resources in men and money to force Germany to i yield to Rs demauds. Mo�t of th^ THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Tho Teutonic allies are crumbling. J other allies, though they have fought! True to predictions. Prince Max of j longer and sacrificed more in human j I Rad*m, tho new German rhancellor has j life, will back her tip in the d-tcrmin-; done tljat which was expected when ' atio:i to punish Germany to the full-' his appointment was announced-he! est possible extent, has started tho drive for peace. Ger-! Just now Germany is knocking at xnany is defeated and knows it, and now. before her territory is invaded �he wants peace, and in* terms now suggested go a long way towards an admission of ultimate defeat on her part. Indications early this morning either to consider an armistice or a peace discussion at this time, ihoui;h nothing official can bo done until the German note, directed the Allies' door. Iz wants to ent