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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TOIDAV, OCTOBER 8, 191.5 1 ID! THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HER ALB PAGE SEVEN, 1 FIGHT 10 MAINTAIN (CONTINUED I'KOM t'uoK'T Guards, the Scotch Unai'ds, the fain-. pride, Unit the president had nmln- ous English UegimenlK, men of Can-'tained these'with, peace anil ho.mr to mla, Australia, New Zealand, South himself anil his country. Africa, the tiirbanned Hindoo; What, The preservation of life and liberty fluid brought those men together i was the dominant note In the minds What had sent them to the battle j of the British'people, when ''war con- field to offer their lives Why had fronted the people u year ago. The they come, not at the command of i sacred wont of the nation, had been any edict, not by force of iinv eon-1 given to preserve the independence scription, but of their own i mid liberty of the people (if Bel- free will, to offer themselves in war.) When invaded by the Herman Wliv hud they done this? Itouw of hosts, it berime the duty of Britons dependent of l-hosc who have one single thins, Patriotism. to give the last man and .the last' us. shall: want for anything. _ _ i dollar to maintain the honor and self- j without works js dead. Getj Defines Patriotism i resncct of-the empire to'secure the what you uan. If you can-! "What .is this patriotism, Uiisliife and liberty of the men of Bel- Kivc you can serf. Hut ling that grips, the hearts and wills gium to whom the sacred wort! haditn'! ilependunts need money. (Jive it id minds-of men? It is not the i given. freely. The heart grows rich in giv- toria 'Cross, and he helieveil this all her grief, was a prouder and happier woman today than the woman with groat wealth. "All the .sons that go will not win (he Victoria Cross, but alUoursons that go will do their duty. Tlie story how our Canadians have already done so, is one that tills our hearts with pride." The generals have told us that Canadians waved the day at Ypres. The Canadians in thai great fight won for themselves a name in history that will live aw long as language endures. you .share a little of that glory that lias been won What are yiju doini; for the wives, and moth- ers iinil children of the men who have, gom'. Wti owe it io ourselves to see f ever that stirs one at I he sound of martial musiti. It is not the stir of ing. If you can't go, pay. "From the men al the front, from ihat comes instinctively to men, comes from the land of birth, and No Danger of Conscription j names of the forefathers' of the An- Mi. Bennett spoke of the popular! glo-Haxon who had tlanded ftrlund, what of Servja What of Bel- gium.? Could nay that their love of country was less" because of the stnaUness of their land True patriotism, said Mr. Bennett, was that which shared in the govern- 'nt-ni of the which realized flu; duty of citizenship. True patriot- ism involved service and sacrifice. Service without sacrifice was useless. The whole foundation of Christianity was sacrifice, and sacrifice was the favor of universal service. "There is ho danger of conscription in said Mr. Bennett, there is a which "but! thanks, apl'naling to .those present to sec what further they could do the matti'i' of patriotic -work. The we crowd rcspmidud to the vote bv three evade. What are you doing i rousing cheers for Mr. Hennett, who can all ilo something, rich or j in respond ins made a special appeal puor, high or low.- The state dc-' the local home guard, mauds that we do something. Teach-[ He referred to a local what are you doing. Women, i incident. "There, is a (lag pole here what are- you doing Young men', J Lethbridge, I saw today, from HIUIL- illli' UU 1 I IllCII, 1 Ul. 1 BilH IIUUI what are you doing It must he a' which there was wont to unfurl each serious moment in the minds of day the Union Jack. The man who asis 01 an sound painausm. TtieM young men, debating as to what they owned this Hag pole, (lew this Hag Itimule object of true patriotism shall do, weighing the pros and eons m ami day out, sometimes in the face of LTiticism and ridicule. That man went; from Lcthbridgc to was tile passage of such laws as would preserve life and property, in- dependence uud liberty. That was the-" dominant note in ths: mind of the of >the matter. Young men, 'get: you; house in order, get on your uniform, "Mothers, these Hie from, and has given his life for nmrn- Frank Pott.'" bombast, and with dignity and self- son, and who had suffered the great handsome f'c-o'rations of th respect. He thought that5 the people grief of h'i.s death from wounds at gtnerallv. Members of the tw9U French aiid Belgian Blue Gaber- dines, also new- nut brown shades, 50 inches Per yard 9 I j Q Heavy Suiting Senges, navy or' black Per and Make" In Wool, Half Wool or Cotton. Any weight, Women's Underwear, per ,snit Girls' Underwear, per suit Boys' Underwear, per suit Combinatiotu or'two-piece Suits. IjiJ.OO, and 42 inch Pillow Slips Plain hem Special pncp at Each 34 inch Stripe Flannelette Fine soft cloth, very special at {.his price, U yards for The Simpson Co., Limited For Your Thanksgiving Quality Groceries All Attractively Priced For The Economical Housekeeper 14c I3c 33c 25c 30c 20c 45c 5c 10c 35c 15c Hot House Tomatoes Per pound Casaba Melons Price each Watermelons Per pound Cucumbers Price each Cauliflower Price Head Lettuce Price each Puffed Rice Per packet Puffed Wheat Per packet McVitle Price's high class Old Country Bis- cuits assorted: spec- ial price Per pound .Celery, B. C crisp, ;t Ibs. Red Plums Per basket Back Bacon; sliced, per Ib. By piece, Ib......24c 'Swift's Premium Ham Whole or half 93 Per pound CwC Swift's Premium Ham Sliced Per pound OvC Swtft'e Premium Bacon By the piece Par pound w.WC Swift's Premium Bacon Sliced Per pound Per box Johnathan Apples 5 pounds for Per box Pears; Flemish Beauty 4 .V.v-.. Per box Cranberries; Cape Cod 4 CM Hot House Lettuce Per pound......... Moir's Fancy Mixed Chocolates, pound Brand's A1 Sauce Per bottlo Blue Label Cataup Per bottle Corn. Peas and Beans Per tin Onions 10 pounds for 30c 45c 20c 28c lOc 25c Toilet Soap 10 for Cerebos Fruit Saline On sale Salted Pistachio Nuts On sale Golden Egg Noodles for Peaches, fine preserv- ing-; per case Italian Prunes, beat blue preserving, per case. 45c 80e 25c 6Se Demonstration of Roman Meal at this store tomorrow. Patrons would do well to sample this Breakfast Food. 25c 3c 35c 25c 25c Per pound'---- Ripe Tomatoes Per basket 30c Lemons; good size; 25c Oranges; sweet and Per dozen 4ftM '.IGc, 35c Shelled Walnuts and Almonds; per pound Nuts; r. Fertiault that his strength was unable to withstand it. The last book of the dean, who was a prolific writ- er, was entitled "One Hundred Years O'id. Viar histon is barred uom the public schools of St. Louis It's what's inside the cup that counts. ;