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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta VMM7, FOUR letbbnooe Ifoevalo Ictbbrftoe, Alberta PAILY ANO WBBKUY Proprietor* *n4 Publlelim fHf L1TMBHIDOE M1RALD PRINT ING COMPANY, LIMIT�C Ml Ch ttr��t South, Ltthbrldfe W. A. Buchanan FreetdeiU and ManA*ins Director fee a Torrance - - Buiinet* MiMI TStF.PHONKS Office.............. UIJ ; OUioe .............- UM! ueecrlptlen fUteei petty, delivered, per nek .1* Setly, derUrered, per year .....|IH ally, by ra*U. per yeax ......4.N mukti, by mall per j�r .....}1* rWeekly. by mail. p�t year to TJ.t..$l.## j Detee of expiry of lubeerletiot* ar daily on a4dre�t labeL Accept j psee of paper* tl%�. expire Uo� >>>......j ai j; I for himself income ia.\ amounw Vre-ident � alary, will inNi the Me i'ltinn remain* ..' to $.1.5^7.00.'. Next y.>ar Wilson, on: of Ills >7.'.,,:,n have to turn b.iek jLM.r.P I'ni'ed Stales Treasury [lie income ;.u exi-mpiicn S1.0 for 'i:e tacheMr and $:Vi"0 :'nr thrt married man e'anrtrlittii incomes aro roally �.>t tinK t\fi too easily, ospe. fell from th church since this monung. lh*. Hrlggs was present during part of the discussion, v. Itich waxed ipiit o warm nearly all of those who spclre uii the MOr:d inn coining out si rongly against the proposal. In spite of this, the conference pa>sod the mot ion by a voti of 17'* t * * >7. aftrr turning down an men over . u thirds vote. .Machtnorv cient If Is Simple and Kffi-(ounctls Arp Self-Keliunt. i .\';;-n :i � crit if. -"a  r The progress of the war f'residfnt WiNon has repliPtl to thn Cerman peace off*-;* in the only satisfactory manner. The Hum have been t�oa.sti:ig tliat their front was still on enemy soil, and the V. S. president has answered thnt there can he no talk of peace while such is the ca^e. Meanwhile \\w Hritish. French and /njer'rans on the west front have an- t Swered the peace offer of tho central j PROHIBITION AND CRIME "Has prohibit ion brought about i . de;->�.-iiv;ng. r *et- ee.-tit er^.t le J * ^ 4 f r * ' 1 m 1, L . i ^ 4. I - * s ion � . t \V i'roth-hid i\otic-n*ly of - jie; t:. a g  * . � >� The Australian government lias no j intention a.: present of introducing  prohibitum a? a war measure. Thb'  annnnneement was nv.ole by \V. A. MVatr. treasurer of Australia. 1 ; tap' Bryan Hohinson. M.O . a  v.-.!! known Salvation Army otheer. � v.-ho wor; t oversea - from Toronto in , I :� 1 -.u:ry >� i-\ ciJti-c- dir*-� c ,-imple. Xpet: -.v nv.i.- of iAtt-nr. all ;-)] Pop-*, ei re'ary for j external affairs, who will accompany j the royal .L.paio --e >t.Pl Whore the prim e will be bv tho go\i-rti'.ir general Hall. (1 '"on: .. i L ^ prohib:- it 1  M ^ t V pr' * I i * ^ 4 111 I)a�'CT.' :,t honu' ;'n'' k,'*':' hm,-^ ;'n,i Tuesday morning the British and Am- ; !ook atl"r ,llcir ,'h*1'Ir," ,(!""'* '"^ ericans broke through the la.t ,leiv,,. , fort1 tl,p>' IlB(l to �"' 10 Wl"k' 1,1 o:' c� of the Hlndenburg line between !��� to support the hi.rn^ a. th� ]ar^5i ; C'ambrai and St. Quentin. and advanc- pnrt oi thc lu,R,janr!1 W',K'S w"r" "x rd four miles, with the result that penM ,,u' �talm,n' Anoth�r ,hi,1L', 4,,(,n, ,u , j.__n . . j he found waa that the small shopkeep- today the most important base of (am- j - . , . , t ^ k e�s nan little dinU'Ultv or none in sec-, brat is in the hands oi tne British � . 4 . ; urinp payment of tludr credit accounts ' �while the >Iun armies at this, point , , , , , ; Th* man to whom I refer is now firm-1 re broken and staggering back. St. , , , x .XI . t j I.. . #ti u Hy convinced that prohibition js the Quentin is likely to fall at anv hour, v, - , _ . ; ^ right and best thing for the . �\ nu ha on. tlie other pivot of the Ger- ) _� _ man line on the west, threatened from i north and east is sure to go. A precf- SHOULD BROADEN |>iUte German withdrawal to a line OUR VISION �m the Meuse in an almost certain ro- I An American citizen who oa *ult of Tuesdays operations. For several days now the British nut Americans standing on the Hin-rtenburg tine on the Carnbrai front tiave been battling vc-.ter [\, . a 1 a:iA re.-. - >n.*.a.-- pr;. o: \:\\ eu: ui\ paU'ie-, n;iv..-?�- In jMir-u::m *":e i:,'. nieipali'i"- *v-vild :. evidi-nce nbtaina* tea ale  ,nv�'aii';u  ai il W(Hibl come fo P da' -. rxN-ndiny , i ion ' I \).\:\k.' -,iid Ioe;-�| -.'o\ .'rn:r.ea? re !!i"ri" hi.:hly ap- Ol � ��']; t i rh-- [era:.- of th�� ior 'he �l.s- �-' ol. i:l'tj u:" 1 poucr- TJ.t re ar* about e:^hfv .-ub-normal ciiibir. a aP�-:uhn� Cahr-i.-y Fchools. ih's not an alarmiticl> mini-h.-r in a f;ool pr>pulation a. large .i- that Palmary. 4 L I t Pro�lu. t!-�n of toluoi from which T N* T.. al o motor . p.rit^ Jor air-- l - load", has - "Uinvnceit by flv I[irL.:u Walker a :on- t'lmmfcal ' �o:.:p.iii,\ WalUervilb- to Ottawa eiitertnineij at Kideau C(!i!W i. pet. 7 - - When ipie�*t ioned ' * ic.s tmirniiit: in reference to the probable t-xtetit of putvhaM's-  s�*ed KfJiin for use in western Panada, in th" dls* tricts ^hrre the crop wa^ a failure, a member n�' the fcovrrtwneut stated thnf the tuatter was befm; dealr with In reoperation v. iPt the firov inciat governments and ot he.- w e-f em bodies. He :� abl that the nu*re favorable reporia , reei-ntly ret� ived from the ue^f hidi-eaPd.thai tin nmount repaired Wi>ulri not be so law as .it fir^t tluuKht. Th*� necessary steps are heinj; taken hy thw >;o\ernnu-nt to recure the urain. The : >e\eral nilVnnii> v. lii. !; P.Uely will he H'.juired will ha'e lo he raired bv the is.-nance of jptvernm general's war-: ran)^ pendin;: the approval of the out-j lay by parliament. ? I* A A HUNS PARDON MANY POLITICAL PRISONERS London. Pet. S The (lerman Kovernmeut. according to a dl�- piitt-li to the Cxchauico Tole- ^raph company, intends to KnmL paidoiiH tt^ a number of political pri^oiiei h ituprltoned since the war began, incltnl-inr the Socialist. |)r. Pnrl Lt�b-knecht and Wilhelm nitl-tnunn A Rfncral amnesty, tho dispntch adds, probably will be granted to political offenders. A v V A V A  A : > v AAA -.'lio.s Tach.n ou i ro the nutnfci- ' niiijn.>naire. donated $"� to the i no in red on: tin: ' Pn'v�-rsi:y oi L(kn�!ou for the found- 'U'aPous the :nu- ' "� aviation base. He gave ' 'i" cjnfine.t to 'equal Mifii^ io th.. I'tiivprs11ies �a :ihin the muni- 1 " tiiai ;iie louul- I Of Pari- and Petropra; ei.utre. bee > Sei;,;*r,� A;me P, iar who hart eipaic pro- ee-i'jor. vre ,- much to remedy the c.nditii.n . omplafned of. Ae f.-w pro-( ^erutior.* un.h-r the order wouM ;u-(�b- . h;lV0 '-n'ountered t-reat clay soams Far below the bed of the stream. jvorUm* n boring th" Winnipeg aque-. dmt tunnel under th*> Ked Kiver auiy prove t oinplete rente that net esaitated many changes �the roustruerion operations. in U \ ^ ^.1 * .i Kdna Tlohinpon. > barged with per .urv in connection with an investlga' in this province for some time remarked to the editor of The Sun the otio-r day that there was an apparent lack of a strong "national spirit" in Panada. He aaid that he noticed in talk* desperately but 1 ,0 �ftnaiUans tiiat tne>" a�etued to 4.__�i�� i i i~ . . be sectional in their views, A man  urely, forging ahead here and there from 0nlariQ |a|kert o{ f)|iTar|0( through the mam defences, with the thought of Ontario, and not of (anada, ; result that on Tuesday morninp it was j and the same thing is noticeably in \ possible to filter shock troops through i lhe Pp�Pl" from tno otl5(:r province-*. ; It in only too �rue that Ills imprfv C.P.R. Cabinet .Meetinpr Todav to T)c cide Method of Collecting from Company. Preceded by � � ions are right.* There Js no ouUtand- (>t tawa. Oct S.- -The x imp= -el upon 'he Can- I *bd?:;an soil and eallitiK on them not advanced and I (ng natforial spirit in Panada. New the collection by the -o.ernmer.i (1"f i 'memy. i ho weakened by Hatteriiifc hopes of the K�'hooI.s today a�e try- \ m . . . ... .other part, of Canada. There is noth- to be juHt a� important in comparison | f.., mak^ the new romer a Cana(J. vi was the allied thrust on the Maeo- j tan. Tnu Ionian front which put the Bulgarians *ut of business and made them stfe for an uncomlUtorial peace. before they learn anything about any ] a�o when the increase in freight rate= o;' apj�r'/Xi:nat*dy IT, jter cent, "wa;* an thori/.ed by the t'overnment �t H-at'y, fj"!!' i'al euunsej for iug to overconiFj this by teaching { tbe ('aijadian Pacific was. in attend-something about Panada, and it will ! am i- on btdiali' of im- company. It Is, The capture of Beirut has led to the Turkish governor of Smyrna sending plenipotentiaries to Athena to sue lor peace. have its effect in due time, but what of the older people who come here and do not attend our bchoolh? Something should be done to make them more enthusiastic Canadian*. Tho above from the Carmangay Sun, fa very much to the point Jt Is all too true. Many people would undent!}in\ tha* the proposed regulations .-ere appro*.'- hold theirHelves in readiness (titfjpletfly to rrurfh the enemy if i his peace oif.-r.s prove to be a form of tlie (dd guile. / All records Mm ** the bje .season of PUi have been lowered hy the whale) "Kill" this year. Sinea tho b�Klnni�;� of the Pa 1S . eason. whales .have been taken hv the combined Meets con-vtHfie rail- 1 trolb-d bv the Pou sot Id a ted Whaling ** increased ! ''"rporai ion. lainited, operating on (lie j Pailtlc Poast. The operattonH will con-1 tinue until the bitter part of the prea- I ent iiionth and a catch of over 1,'Miu bs anlit ijmted. I'uJling oh' a real niovio hold-up wlM result ju Archie Palhrailh, of the Has.- Keep WRICLEVS in mind as the longest-lasting confection you buy. Send it to boys at the front. Time Economy mm &tsa the genoral increase. It was esUmaf-''k.iK hewun depot battalion Itegina, and minimire other provinces. A reader of the Toronto Telegram \sould imagine that the British Kmpire, Panada and the world for that matter wan ; *,ral million dollar., into the public \ .Jnw, (ialhrafth e.jterod a room In tin mm r-d at. the time thai the Panadian Pacific, railway taxation wtcjld put sev 1 serving two years in tho Prince Albert ! penitentiary. While on leave at Moone the UNCLE SAM'S NEW INCOME TAX The United States is not sparing in Ub new income tax. Panada is taking a very easy course compared with tho Jtopublic. Tho new P. S. income tax strikes squarely at wealth, strikes ho severely that The New York Journal of Commerce said that the schedules of fate advances "have not gone very ! far before they approach partial con- Toronto. Canada will never be a great uatiou and there will never he a fttrong national sentiment nrnongflt T our people, until we all extend our 1 vision and talk and think an Panad-! iana and not: as provincialista treasurv Save for Victory! It's not so much what cornea 4 � r what .stays. h 4 To be thrifty U bettor than lucky.- Luck may bring money; both bidnga and keeps it. ni, an to be thrift Oftlc.laU over seventy yearn of age are burred by the Methodist church -barred from service, not from heu-ven. Washington, Oct. 8.-Sinking of the Italian steamer Alberta Treves by an enemy submarine, 300 miles off the American coast on Oct. 3 was reported today to the navy department. Thirteen survivors In a boat were picked up by the steamer Orizaba, hut two other boats containlno 21 men who escaped when the Treves was sunk art still to be accounted for. Aleihide bio* it and hold up four OrmjVs who wore playing poker. hi true bandit style, he kept thoir arms pointing skyward with a ..'12 calibre revoi-vi r until he removed all the money from tli*' table. Pulbraith was a farmer near Shauimvon before enllHtluK- 0 All records were broken on the first day* of the fall auction of furs at tho international fur exchange, Si. !�oula, when 1,^50 pfdtri brought. $1,131,500. Purs from Siberia, China, Japan and KuHHia Mfjro umou^ those Bold. The Putted States tfovorhroohl's blue fox sold a; a poll. The �ov. ernmouf. total j-alcH aggregated ?)C1,-r,00. Tho aale mvealH advances made In. the- prieo/.)f fur;<. The, prices P�ld for Kovei'iiuumi Alaaka ie*l Hklna showed an advance of Hi per cont^ above last. April; Japaneae neal, 15 per cent, and ^overumeut t)tuo fox, -*6T per ceni., above hn*t October. m a 5-cent packaae of WRiGLEV'S will give you several days* enioymcnt: it's an investment in benefit as as Pleasure, for if helps teeth, breath. appetite, digestion. IT AFTER EUERY MEAL Flavour Last Seeled- ti&tft-Kept right MADE IN CANADA WWIC ll fev  s i IDY FRUIT ;