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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VAGE FOUR iYhl-; LETiiRnrnr.E daiut ttrhald TURSDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1918 XLhc Xctbbriboe Ibcralo Zctbbri&ac, amcuta DAILY AND WIEKUY Proprietor* and Publisher* fHI LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED US ith Stroot South, Lethbrldg* W. A. Buchar.ftn rrooidont end Mantistn* Director foha Tonanc* - - Builnon U^W" IMPRESSIONS PRiSONERS-OK-WAR :s pack* \\ nud m\tIo.I. bus (lie lisl of omo i of us may know, and yet often overlook it. that the Hod tYosp, the Canadian Society, in ?erving even In Oer-i many, Without this service many a Canadian prisoner of war might die in a win-din prison eiuiosare or i worse than all, miuht ?t:�rve to death j or uo out of h;s mind. Prison life in cierraany, without message.- and eom-from tho homeland, would l"1 a living death to many of our nu-n. ! aoeording ;o Can regular Thanks to the Prison.�r of-War ; f,>r tnrn wiu> h:lVt' �t^-i�vl Branch of the Canadian Liver and b aeon Tripe Hat ion r.;- t hat the word " mop,; i is a meat pre There are aiwavs :-ppcial r the past 21 ;.ea i roi ;r some substitutes for yoars ticket, agent, died at Niagara Spanish influenza has appeared at Vancouver. J. P. McMahon an old time rancher in tho Cranbrook district, died in California. Llout. G. Harvey Rochester, won of Uev. Dr. \V. M. HocheHter. of Toronto, general secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance, wan killed In action. Clare Montrose Wright, a Calgary lawyer, son of Uev. U. Wright, a super-initiated Methodist minister, died in N'ew York of typhoid pneumonia. Official announcement was made to- the. instance of C. A. 'MagnUh, fuel emit roller. During (ho period from Doeemhnr K�, 11)18, in March 15, 1!)1�), no country club, golf, yacht or canoe club is to burn or uko eoul of any description or to pho power derived from any audi fuel lor purposes of heating or rooking. There ia no restriction, however, on tho use of wood or peat by any Much club, when mich wood or peat la available-. An Interesting Htory ban been reported lo Ottawa by the uktnpor of one of tho fishing schooners which was sunk by Gorman HUbmartneR in the Bay of Fundy. This particular nkipper was taken on board tho nub-marine beforo being not adrift. To his aurprUo ho recognized the aub- marine captain as a former wheolH-maii on a tug boat at St. John, N.TL The submarine cap! a in wa� kind to bin old friend and even showed hint the machinery ami operations nf tho submarine. Appai enlly the .submar-ino captain had been Kent to Canada to operate on aeeouiifc-of Ills knowledgo of the Nova Scotia and New Brunswick coast, line. Mm. A. II. Tusker, wife or A. II. Tasker, who, until dm .beginning of the year, was manager of the eHtates department of the Sterling Trust company, Kegluu, and }n now In tho grain and milling business at Portland, Oregon, lias disappeared from her home and, after an absence of teu days, is still missing, 'the usual articles K im� only needs to read a letter from 1 l� liaVt' i'-'1^^0-- Pu: i:i 'l*'tr , Pr-^.>uer jum out of a German prison ; P^1' ' ^ ^ 1 Kl v^'-- l''l>' T]v':i �.vA sate m Holland or Switzerland to/h"-- ^ ^' wm,;n realize the wniid^rful service the P.ed ^ ' - f'n)l1 is provided. Cross is performing. Here U one) the ,Mit-:de o: t .veh box h-sa;- that was shown me when I vi^it^i the'11^* VM ,n" contents, is a lied Cre-Canadian Bed Cross headquarter^ jn ' f^rm which >tate^ whether the pareel London  '�' P"ovid-Hl from tlu- fuiv'.s of tlu Can- * ! i l l 11! IWL, (1 I L - -l" ' * 111 .  iU^lll ii 1 ~ - - ------ ---- --------------- i-\ilK Ont. He'was p0rn in Burtord.'day that seven men have died from Oxford county, and Calls :k� years ago Captain George '� |>. C . who left p.r.-for service over*=e. 1 *on September UT (ii'v.lis: and his }nlv words, rhev are from mv heart. [ thanking you for year kindness in the mar.r.er in which you have locked ;.f. , ter my ueed^ as regard � food a ad � i. lothinc. 1 "I can truthfully state that but for ! the kindness of those >a'.ian K-M Cross or by ,omi' p.�:'te-.i':ar ' CuM-rm. of Calvary, who )iad been 1 the board of health has followed the banishing of danro halls, theatres and schools, by closing churches, howling alleys, pool rooms and all meetings whatsoever. making a touring trip through the country. providim.; aim. with his suppl> of f d. �i.i > 11 mi^ie !i.e."v , ^.-.^ *>f i;s would have di^d of ahi.iln'*"'' A contract has been made by Canadian Bed Cross Society with 'Civil Service Stores" entire pro\ isien of supplies f�>r � parcels, witii t;;e !>"\es and Appraisal of tho property of the late t:; e Approximately ?j,-'anio will come to Winnipeg in eon;.- cti.m with shell lontraets let by :'a- Cnited States in London tor ; mimir :ons departn' v.' to the Vulcan John W. Sterling, a lawyer, of 012 Iron Works. M.iir.tnKi Bridge and Fifth avenue. New York city, whose Iron Works and rh  Pominion Bridge I ^ato. was left practically en fire to j ami Iron Works. Yale, makes it certain that, under the; _ conservative estimates of war condi-! .*en,v! th.....,,,,v.(ynu,l,- ,rn aro o,r.M-,ny ono,n,, , ,> a ( Th, rrinco A1,, rt I,lm,H.r Cotl, j I^Vmlo^nent't I^T' �?arce!s. but r.-n-crrneless. 1 1 t;-1 havin.; to pres.'nt very .-oarekmg : \ any whh h emp1 r.eo people in i _ ' * tuili at Irlnc" Albert. S.mk., hag [ ! starvation; in many wavs the Ger- i. i i THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR - If Germany eincereiy wants p--ahe is taking a poor way to get it. Stones continue to come through of the burning of the towns and cities in j mans meon\ , ery of the p i they and freedom, were nil t!:a* were worth living for. "f would like to C.ank eaovir:e:2 a-* fro::j ?ivto ed out. i st-ven hundred pi,ree!� a day are di.-- The Germans are evidently satisfied ; patched from the quarters on a ratht-r that their crimes of the present and 1 quiet Httl- street m London. Mrs past put them outside the pale of j Johnctone U devoted to her work and peace nt the present time, and they 'is in her little office, almost the en- rhe. k ov. ;- as they ar-1 hand- d in. and the girl brings hack the I:st to Mrs John-tone, who 1ms a duplicate, whmh she rirefully compares with the P. O. r�>( eipts. All this to ensure that no man is ov.-rlook* d. In fact, thnro are . tr>-.:. i.iways svmie parcels to the good each j c week owing to departure^ or - Mie se:ii-)r X. C O. prisr.ner in th" >r :;.-vv arrivals not y�-t repi.rtvd. or according to his d:s-1 crefb>n. Genr..in;' ha- not lived up to any of it* idiL^atiour- as a na'iou with its j -iju.it'.ir*- to Tho Hai;ue ccav^afion i Th-1 Montreal m -un'ered n; :'"n:ili,'. tlut-n/.a. All told wliick ate in * t 1 tary district has rom Spanish in- �r�- are cases , the distrk-. ot j Johns' barracks, j mmnced he had discovered a subntl-tute for radium which he has named! mesothorium. It will at once come into wide uaq in luminous paints, aeroplane dials. compa*.-*os and munition \ sight*, according to Dr. Moore. An injunction to prevent the city ot\ Toronto from paying over Its grant of! $15.00i) to the Catholic hut fund wasi and .y.l in various miiiiarv hospitals taken out by Albert W. Uornan. Tho! in Montreal. Mcdi.al lectures, clinics. ! lu'arjnf hS, ,on , 0c.1*, 1"\ Th,� i will be closed a; McGill Cniver-; Rounds on which the injunction is indetmitelv. A movement is on | MU.I?ht ,ls V!a. ! >eI� ,S /l0 w!ltho,r'J' tinder tlie Ontario Statutes bv which foot to v lose up ail .-,'aools and thea- the city can make such a gratu i M AMBOY AT 94 Th*.' request for an armistice and : the opening of peace parleys by tho1 j central powers is looked upon by the French pre.cs generally as an attempt * to evade certain disaster. It is de-, (dared that German hopes to con-' elude a peace which will permit her; to exploit the peaci! treaties of Brest- 1 Litovsk and Bucharest uud also save i tion i t 1 pioVj^iMU ; of th;:t (. 1 - P . 1 a .-o!d:-r I.e-'oaies ) s,-urcii .,f tlm r;::ns of the mammoth a p:.-.;i:^r o: warn:- own country . on- j --'kell loading p! of T. A. Gillespie t:nu>> ho pay. but his captor- f-e(t ! tV ('�- at Morgan. X.J., continued to- and clotlie him. _ . . i day in the hop.- of finding more of the Germanv has forgot- i bulU(., of tho M v,0rkmen who are be- are fighting with desperate tenacity to keep their west front intact. On the Suippe river they are fish tins the French advance witb Kre.it counter-attack*, but in flplte of all their efforts the Trench havo crossed tho Suippe, and at the Junction of the Suippe and the Alanc the French have cro3s-�d at Berry-au-Bac, and have also captured Conde-sur*Sutppe. If a crossing on a wide front can be effected in this region the whole German line of defense along: the Aisno will be turned. West of this point the Chemin des r I>ames has been to.rued on both the ast and won flanks and that ridge will aooa bo entirely in French hands. Further east, northwest of Verdun the Americans yesterday launched a etrong attack which promises good reaults. On tho Belgian end of the line the Germans are alowly retiring, destroying as they go. The tire daw "What do the parreN fontain?" h ! a natural question. Kach box, as it ' I ten all about this agreement, lb-vrdxo havi! p-rished in tho T.N.T. Writing from Holland, where he i explosion* las: Friday and Saturday, LET GERMANY PAY THE PENALTY ( was interned, after release from im-I pri.?ounienc in Germany, a Canadian 4 Corporal declared that" jirisoners could not live on the food the Germans provided them. Here la what The German, when all is going well, he says: is a boaBtful braggart, but tho German, when all i* going badly, is a downright coward. It is onlv the "I feel it iniporicihie to convey to the work of rebuilding was started. Of the -1 Vodb� taken from the ruin.*, only five "have in-en identified. The revised li-t of injury, it wan stated, would number about lfa1. Government officials* who have he.-n studying the pffoots of the disaster, which ratoml damage estimated at $2r�.oi"�.i-'-i', have adapted mea- ,ully- �VPo or .an that .m^ H.t.e | - ^f " " children and women and others, who are not his physical equal, but when this type of man is given punishment he is a coward. Bo it is witn a nation like Germany. Aa long *aa it was win-fling, any kind of a crime was right in yon my Gratitude for the I:im!:m.d health while in Germany to the faod condition and containing sufh wholesome food. It would he a matter of impo-iaibility for a man to live rmd ret tin hi*� its eyes. Now that it is beinp Hent back- I strength on the food provi led by the wards, it wants ic avoid being pushed over the ropes and so. like the cow- evacuation of j Hhould wallop the iron heart out ()f UUe is likely to he a logical result of [ tho Hun8. There snouU1 h(t no r Geimans. and I can trut'ai'aHv say It van not tit to be given to Rwinu icjve alone men. Puf thanks to yoursedf and ard, it prays tho allies to stop the other kind i:i ii-devoting theuiselvo  fight, to the v.-Mr;-; of j roviding ua with good stop. 'n,ftl. i food tlirou/h C rt. T. So-sety. we sucii wide destruction. Fire?* were still smouldering today in virious parts of the ruln� covering most of the 2.200 acres, but officials declared the danger of further explosions wm ramou*. the Holienzollorn dynasty. Instead of subsiding, the epide nie of Spanish intluenza at Toronto is be-comiUK worse. So severely hat; it struck the city that hospital accom- \ modation ban been taxed to thf> limit and orders were given at the largest civic institution, the General Hospital, that no more eases of lutluenzr, were to be admitted. Negotiations with Uelgium, Greece and other countries which will lead to tho signing of "slackers treaties," which have been Jn progress for the !a*t two months, are now said to he. bo near completion that steps have already been taken by the authorities to secure a list of tho names of citizonfi of allied countries now resident in Canada, who will bo called upon to Join tho colors. Regulations to restrict the fuel consumption of'privato country clubs, golf, yacht and canoe clubs, have just been approved by order-in-councll, at I*he Allies shouldn't \. * r 114 mgh the ordeal v. it 1* Protection and Profit tills withdiawa!. Tho Bulgars seem to have deter- tion of tho conflict until Germanv w yields the minutest demand of tbo Alined that they will rid their coun- I ]jOS, This is no moment to treat with try of. the German influence which has i a beast but it is the moment to make dominated it since the fall of LG5. j that beast realize that it Is due for the They havo ordered the German and [punishment it has .so richly earned. Austrian armies out of the country within a month and they are ieavine. As the allies have the right to ufie the Bulgarian railways for strategic purposes tho attack on Constantinople is likely to be easier than expected, and Turkey's days in the war are numbered. Senator McCumher'a resolution in tho I'. H. Seriate expresses our senti*! meats. Germany must pay a hard price for Us awful crimes against �have come our Iw.alth unimpaired, and lit to re turn to our lountry to eotuoum to f "do cm- hit" as men of the lirilh-d. Km- I pire, when our period of detention is over. Let m: not for^** 'his PrNoner.-eof-War work when we are making our i contributions to war causes. P is a grand and noble work. It brings cheer to many a life, in fact it saves many u life. When money is in a Savings Account in The Merchants Bank, it is absolutely satq from loss, aa far as you are concerned. All the time it is here, it is earning ihteaest so that the bank actually pays you to let it take care of your money. Don't carry unneeded sums on your person or hido thorn at home. Protect them against loss, tjief t and fire by opening a savings account TH? M?RCHANT5 BANK. Gen. Allenby's clean-up in donia has resulted in the capture of Beirut, an Important Syrian seaport on tho Mediterranean by the French. humanity. This is no time for negotia i lllll I (1110 A KH*7C tion; it is tho time to deliver a smash, f I UltuAIliZ.L ing blow to the enemy. The Hun realizes he is beaten and wanta to Mace- j avoid the penalty, Just like every com \ mon coward. .' THE GOVERNMENT AND THE PEOPLE If the Union government and its administration are misunderstood by the people it is the fault of tho members of the government. Tho government needs better acquaintance with the people. An occasional meeting here and there enables the people to understand what tho government Is doing and why it , Hindy*! itatue in Berlin can now he piled up with the other garbage. Watch the Kaiser toss his throne into the bunds of the mob somo of these days. Germany believes in "soaking" the other fellow and then quitting when a "soaking" for itself is In sigh';. Germany, having killed all the men, women and children possible, now .......O " ** J it | ��iuvii (14114 LUIUHCd JIUAnl UifJ, [TOW is doing it. It is persona! contact j wants to eall things square and cease that counts. Hon. Mr. Howell Is to bo commended for appearing cm tho platform and enlightening the public. If some of tho otlior ministers practised the same policy the government would be bot-(toor understood and appreciated by tho public, the fighting, you. That's tho coward for The HDldiers in the trenches altould ho consulted about peace negotiations. Jf they wore, tho Hun would find that it would bo a case or "Back to Berlin" for him Otmwa, Oct. 7.-Orders have been issued from the military department authorizing the formation of a third tank battalion for service oversea*. Tho appearance, of tiiis in the field will render possible the formation of a tank brigade-quo more powerful unit in the Canadian army overseas. It is proposed to recruit tho new battalion among Kreuch Canadians, thereby giving this element in the population of Canada dirftinctive ro-cognition in an arm of tho am-vice which has attracted much attention, han won much glory, and Iwu proved of extraordinary officiary. It la intended that I'h'ench-Canadiaus thus will havo a complete dUtinuiivo unit. Recruiting, as far as possible, will be voluntary. Karlter continKonts �ent by Canada to this arm were raised by volunteering, and attracted a particularly fine type of young men. Special instructions are bolng ijent to Quebec, imd Montreal to set. on foot ix movement U* mato tho imw unit. Head Off.ce : Montreal. of CANADA. . Established 1864. LinUftKHJGK IIRANC1I, - . R. J. DINNING, Manner. V. A. EBRRLY, Acting Manager. M. A, kl LP AT KICK, Acting rvianatfer MONARCH HitANCli, N01U.H1-ORO iiUANCII. TH E CANADIAN RANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. ^flkfe �R JOHN AIRO, G.n,r.l Mum* .j w9iv,�- Ll_d, d.cl, wThJPjB V. C. brown, K V. P. JONES. AW.OWI l^m^Lff Stfirfr.r [he worst cas�."-NURSIi KUlTM, Ulds. Alu. OTHER HuL ! It i> ll.r ImrM nil - mum) hraUf known. It t turil me ot -i pui*M!v t( ium!, my t'hiMitn oi l^icl sores, nnd in/ hiwbant! of a badly cnj5hpj finger. So liome ^hnuUI be without it.' -MRS. VILLIKKS, StaUarona St.. MuntrcaL Z*m-II m purr if herbal. for p.its, tttfm*. c if*. ti.;rM, bibf** ^rri, tilteii, anJ all �'*in d^fi^� and iisjin-t 1% tht bt%\ Vuown and qmckfit di�e. *0c. b^i. j ' rfiurc�*fi ani* %u m, Tht opinum of tl-e inijontr of th� iti'Mhria in the Drmniiun i*~ a. you do with it: 7 ACONSERVATIVE MAN DOESN'T CARRY a lighted bomb around with him searching for water to put out the fust. He gets rid of it at quickly and gently aj from there. possible and theu goes away / Not all of us know that we arc packing around witli \\% every .by a potential source of trouble that may produce disease or even death. Ninety per cent ot human illness in caused or aggravated by n clogging of waste in your bowels, It you try to blast awny th tt decaying, g^rui-brredtu^ waste with weakening pills, salts, cantor oil, lnxntive mineral waters, etc., you arc like the man with the bomb-carrying It around with you while you hunt for the ncutralizcr. You'll never find otic. There isn't any. The thing for yoa lodoi* to stick to your schedule of howel movement* bs you do to your tooth hru?h, Get rid of that source of danger before the germs buck up through your wystenj and hit you with (something you recognize. Nujol has ageutle, absolutely harmless and absolutely thorough cleansing action upon the intestines, and lcavos no after-effect but regular habtts. i fitlin/l  NUJOI, i* MlrJ only lo emleA boltlesbckrluir the Nujol Trade Mark. IntJit oft Nujol. You may snffei from *uu*titnte�/ t F Send/or SatnpUs of Lileratur* CHARLES GYDE 8c SON P.O. 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