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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAY. OCTOBKIl 0, KllK v -j� .1- rv .. jp: rHIS LETHBRIDGR DAILY I1KIULL) PACK 5KVKN People's Form ]neriou.-r>Anol.\ > \ IC � L Communication* under thh heading ! j | operaf ion by tho merchants in purch ) I j aaing met ehaudlHo, sonm plan might I be devised whereby their nHtmrlnllo'u '\ could 1)0 tilpurcuafUng "gent for nil must hour tho writers. algnaluvea (if PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS Krlifor Herald Dear rilr. 1 would like to use a Mill" -pace in your valuable paper on waiea to make ii few rfjinmciitu on Ihe above nniiiioued suhjiM't.  mier f,a.-that, it may have, (hat effect. | been .'hot, aernrdiim to adv;� e ;nhm Fatal Voui-m hilly, II, CAIA'IN. tho f of ilrf members, and by �o doing could purehtiHe in largo. ((tiantitioK, nnd di-i DEFENDS SEGREGATION, root from tho manufacturers and pro- j H^;, :>nj AVe. X. Lethbridge dtioers. thin would miminate a lot ot j The. Editor, I,eihbridge Herald. Il.ie ext.ru eosd which the consumers are now paying, and would enable (ho morchants to come noaror meeting the, prlees uf 'catalogue Iiouhos. There is another matter which it I 'el tor rad Natur Ignore e s re "Vice." and I may al.^o sny wiUt din gust.. One Ibin/r I cannot under.mand \f. why the Holdinrs* names should be brought, into the matter at nil. Who micht be w�ll for the merchanta who 'ir'' tho Hoidleiv; of today but the civ-handle farm produce ;.o consider, and p-medy. and that Ik, not to discriminate ufiaiml the lo-nl producer, the i" Well, that \~ yomMhiiitf to tliank 1 " mo much about them. Hut Home, farmer, when purchasing farm m)t (-niia(l|.,Ils Who were product-, there in no jimMficatIon for Ioi.jI merchants to refuse to pay local farmeiH in >li for their rami products, when they require cicdi. instead of crmipeiMriK them to accept merehan- di> e, i he \\ holenalei;. who, in lUOKt raae*? Iia\i- produce .mipiied in from outside \ ie\atidcr l'\ Trejim f w ;( Ihh n . >ea)> ;\y,i> l^'rom ills chiblh -oil . u ;i - ] destined for tile army and sn th; pro ' Sir: I luivf! i^id th- vari*'".- leneiH ! ��' l''',r,i|i1",', ,JI,,;: he 1)1,1 ; reacli'Ml ilie a�e of . v. u ! pointed him to lhe.*impe! i,,i > oa: ! in I 1 !�14 and in 1 ;*1 H he !�� au.e pr.-h.'.-r iliam* of four vcars aRi, or le:^? \ \ Kmm {)i(U'1' h'' r' if;,1"t "" '',r think thev am just as �ood per- ! }U)  Mr w;i r'"lnn;il,';' hefter. tiinti Miose whtt inlk!^"n'ar ':iiIn,;ihf of a systejjj that iias failel to bririn any unprovo- nmnt. Hut point:-, they must pay cash. Fanners >;aj-ie.; of Hie, and for which the con -I who buy laud clone to the cily. have innnns have to pay. and to some ex- !.to pay a iuKh pricu for it on -co tint ( Uj|H ma,(r u a lu,tI(.r { u, Hv, in tent they a,e eorreet tn this hfd(ef;|of it befnK Incntoi! cIoho to Uie city. , m^ Honi(i V(M)I., f| ,h(lrfl there is po^itivejy too inur h differ-t and are entitled to the, home market1 nice in the prien whirh fin' producer* ' for the products raised on their land, and the man uiac I u re rs receive for | if. -is a.-* much I he duty of t lie local a w it h the inayoi t ha : la a - >a u i not change Hie anima! n..*ine in man. ! fiUl then* is ri power v] salvation doc, for ni-'U^-tnd M," man; or woman wio� induU',1 m \ \>>- ) no:.': and eannot be a t 'h: ::o ia n. ' '.i;") ~t i i'uu^'nr iuiiiio' aiw:iv� f,�t-> i.in'lni'i- ; r^�:11a 1 e^ i T � i i ii*1 nlii Mmt\ Vnu ! i t tiu* , .In' k 1 �i U vy* u \\ t t :i ')rlf :\ hf Muni' vnu 'lor'l MilYor n^ phiii n^ul at tin* tfftrf vOti iN;f;rinif*' *hnr Opt*1 \+ noriunr f ;t t (i I was a cry out about the tondilion of the eitv. Those who were in power said to Nhodnuus, 'Ye n�n-�t jm- horn j at. that time set to work to clean up|aj;nin." As the mo-i i peup!:� Will 1 ' ''"n.o.ll.,,.,. i.n,l II... .')�;� "^.hm.H o I>alr�,nl7.C '���- local t�f.; ,,,, ,,,,, ., K,,lt bl)(W ,,,,,, having! not ro,n,�lv u-i.l, th, l.-v.^ o, . I In- ....... .h fo. h� lora.l ran,,,,- ... ,.lo.lnP1, U|(! ()f ..vil,...- ,.,. what i ....... ,f� .li.. i,,.,. �, ,,., with (h,'l,,ws ..lKi,ry them \ I i i . not as Mono1 woa'd h;."i ih >�*�- ; lii'Ve, a ueccs.airy evil 'an.-'' mi the, Natural Mothoda of Waniiug. � i;. - u: - ..*' In-: : he ' r r n nf  �.�� a.a)�. *>ne let- meat in vie. and it ter 1 read with disgust, \Ya - it writ- ; v -r. *: until the itidi-ten with ttu* Intention of leading pen- � to a It is not a (lis- a.-'or i (at dio t ha' In* ii:c; t;:e Mippo;: oi many. j>"rhap.* more that! rjf;:it or fair, when n ;he thinks in his dealing with th;� evil i His letters are sensible and iusiru ! *' : a w ' a re e- � � ,.  un ''i if �' � �]�,*� v. , 1 i . j c , .�, \) j. The Function of the Kiuuoys. 1'� � t  i re " ii.- . �];  me ' r". T1k i. j 'j hi ;> > a ' � :'� iy--.ii I. i i�u>i ti 1; -  i >. and \\ a*1 n ti,*';. ; ,i,! in �!(� a t t> urn- ;k id i!oi >�: ie-( ni.j... it t'r.a,, * . ' > niic A Remarkable Case. nif Tuomiiri, ^ h i) liH ! U > ^ � a a p ;i. i npf of *- , i' r rt'naini to; 1;f-a i' '� i : aai- ttuia le* lnd.i-* .'I pa�-i'i.b . a:.a ea a �('. : tinii1 a-' �a� aa* et." l.-MtM, Ual had yaoiid pound*: Tiley'ij HovJ, Cflovf* Cour.iy, X V> T'.'iii�'ie. .if T- ,td- 1c 1 I �� | . i �;, i 'jii n ful I' rii'.fi t umi , I '. / : 111 rs**, * Hp v; a n i i f r :i 3 Ml, t ' 1 " f '1 i �i r \ S n ^"^ i ;i � r r ^ . I h ;i : t'OTl ^0-! , OH IUUR*. >>rt r* tn n1^' i :t i i, 11 �� 11 i;rii\ i1 r 1**11 t * \\ :'��:1mi\( I �n ': I * i* it� p aiiii t f'! n k von ^ ..1 Id' i*-1;** >� f'> ui/ir'-irA vi'mi Vi7.n'*! '!' n-' t iitK'.e^;^!'';. ti-V'"' rfmr't;i*H K^i- !, r v ! t*;1 r iO' Ii* r !' : ! 'i 1 * U.m' ^ foi.u-i ;n d ii VM*. A wl 1,." re-t riet vii'i*. �iml iliat is b> iii' 11 'I hi ^ �� Mi*':! into f plUv � * r .if till o;" liisr *:niw tin1 l�; p-M iiu; f*ivro in 1 hr ri : u;iii\ :f.r I llj I''1 f Ht* r r t- PjJ t li f m Jlinn,! p J � r f r p t r r i> -; * *J pi ,.1 r;*-1 J ::r - M- l, , 11 ^ k� IT p'i - v 't 1 IT' 0 f ?C ^ � t s � i 11- : .^oialinp T.ix all tin 1 o ;iit auu 11111 i:u*n :*m! men i-vr " 1 ' frMjuui in 111:1 r Tif Ml nun with a r* ilenea ; 1 orn pen ^iti ion f " ?ti.( ; rieij mi j pie- V.-lTll eliihll'e n. '1 tie re i ;r" :t f * - \\ � �ther thin�;= that '..all 1,1 i:o in tins 11;.[m:. t-.u' 1 ll.lV. f 'a* :\'.u-h 1 i!j > .ei: si iii.T e a 11 - i 4 r ili e Pi Mm..-a v.'h�t i.i v.- .1 Til' T .! to ^ i�! i.. i i-'.llr 1 i'e iih'1 II *'t" *'1 i r � Th.inking 1 .��:) tiiu MJ>LL- e ill  nn;� . -Ji'aii:. :\,. � i e i. How to Komcdy tlic Cause. Vnu rim fva*iily i, nm r spiT, WiM.'.ii! our jjn;i(^ fhMh, .jrfai1, fna' k)* 1 nry :i*i-:r t * n,ii*u'�- tu Im- -'iir^ii t ii*.* r:iu-p lii'i' 1 !;:>t |m* F j ri f urm t hpi r proper ! v. ^�i or' |*n? - ' t m PiM* arc* for ^ m:* ! i*rv i - ri lJ! 11^ mmovp 1 hp t'iin^^: l(nti {'mMi .in1 K'tito-y.1*, ren^r Iomi " 'if!n iii>�i I ' (� ahllfll lilt':'' praie--- I'jf. �� l(f|,* la 11: - war t lie hie., i ,o ;.ar:!,. .[ a a.l t Iw airing . a-ri^e! oi* ef ;ho .i.'-^- i mi f.f l.niinr-.!'. af t"�aa>li:s si n.. i, ai'al w.ei-fti. Mrri. hn-s \vri;cs !', t.� � "ir-i f'fjuj >"*;pr ii I ^':M. �� Mf.'i t �v:m was grrr^t tti;r hp sriit n riHThht-r of moich to iii*r hii'i :iskp�i hp- f*i :s!^'r. I ui* lint Vip p: npPT **p:.r - �:* " 1 � tinfii o* htT- .in tir ii;^ t i.piu mi r, 'mv f ,i ^ * i Ml ImtIm.i! Hi i ii /i ^ * aa '� r Va"V The Premier RomoUy. The wer..l.-rf'.l  :�aV*a!r.p.1 >>v �> f1 :|v ' f ii:pr"iina- It i �d * i| - ' !  -\ W . II tin t lift A l!U* "] iM'iii' Iiptp fr.in1 w ii !t r Ii'*uif ; iti, I v.;.r,;i ; ^ TCi-Jurv rli-nr*]^1^ jup tlio � av^p of e,rt-:i; -atTtTir.e; ;iu.t pre!i)u^i'�! n^'Miy. ) han't 11 k �' a'. a x\ (n-i: ti.nf ia tie's f *>:i-\. iv�ru> }! j jr.; ; cur ki.'rv; 4 arv K ATI OS" AT. DPl'C L CHEMICAL CO. 0� CANADA. Limited, Torcuto, Oat. U R residents ^%onIt! ?*1(!t*�i ntn Co . tie*.. '.''V^ M.r.a Ht., Uullalo, KV. 170 \ 1 "i; 1' 11 ; 1 r 1. i 11 � (1 COME i'ini: or et lee N. LETHBRIDGE :h ; hi- 1 ! T 1 ' 4 Sir. jUV * .1 nr,^; iiu� Mi � Mayo 1 \ lai'te f^mliUK his p > mr tin* ^"^ivKai v.\\\ ']:. N'V. N'u'a �'�1 di i,.- ;'!,,.�' .{([v-a-a i a- j>, iiu: "ii eoiulit ions \ i i,a a 11 >e i � i � am ! a - i: it 11.1 M*\ n Tii" n !e* i lie in tor mat ion he \ri! i! To ' neon* r'th 1 h f/>Ji�>Weil up )iy suit 11 hit* art inn Sin h a Mimt; \ his :;v to do so. Hut it is poor advertising aiel i.-tie I hi f(lgv � enilnoiii.' o: . t it e onl v . - it v in ! � 'jJII'.llla I h.lt ! ah 1 es a sai;p-f,'a� e'd '^eheiue l�!ta' - tlid tto; r-ifp lively! aside of she will � it'.n; In a a t lie pa! m to;- the ' fontinent In a:, wry \n th> iim-ry. v. aortini: m 1 presen' :-iiaa;ion a*' tne say ''all-  *.  o;' i::e M ima-apulis t 'otn- ! f ::� :u.'ir;i-r to the front tili it i!;i->io;i f "[Kift irif; in !:�!! ttlml ri^itt. hark up Mi H 1- dra n;e adven; of a r**a�" Mr fia^1-;. an> Keep ii'ejit. in he ;ihaoi��v�| 11 sc! .'Ill ?- 1�11  v.ho. without lawful exiuse. ie ' is !i- a!/ie to a ;"me nf S'Jufi t�r two months; .�ration of I�!'alliens Soh. r .-ri ' ery or;ani/u: am y�n am eaannii'ed ii in'.y,* 11 oa uc!l io Uerp a lia; nt1 the a rf.'iti nninlM-!- or wmiii'ii r�'t.-.iej-. .vim ]��! 1 Uat s, \ P run \ ti it i(ni eauipair/i. who.e o'ai'M-f and tlie jM-raal!.- medimil inspection '.will he 10 te. .dve and .-ifi infonuatien ; made over a yea: a^-o. to wUai eit-! of ili^.' to KerjV them in Komi er no- soul within; it refuse � * here. how many of these aro treatrni uy l.dth's that have )uul so>'reraieti dh ! 10 aehnowh-dj-e the humani'v. life am, : annually in the. hospital, liow man> Uriels during the past vear or more � iiuiivtilualii% of these iu-i nuntuits. | have died then- or vnncival di�ea-e. j have boon San Franri.Mo and New Or-! I'h\sir.il hitman natiire refuses to leml | Jeans. The disiriej in San Krnneisro j itself to suih monstrous plans. It will ! i has now been el^-rd, and the district not keep the hnraan body in -oral tan I In \e.\v Orleans ^roatly re^i ricted. > dition for t-nvU dehurieiiieji!, dt':>jdte ! Thon as a war measure during recent all the inediea! treatment in the 1 Wi.M'Us sejue^ati d districts huve been ' world. ; abolished in all ot the tities lnrvit:^^ It is one *o the riMii^ tide o? fVtunps in or in*:.: them. TIum ha- in- ] i'hristian MOiil-io-nt ihe world over 7� You must choose eluded such iniprn'tant points as: Kort Worth. Texas. \' ace. Texas; Haitie.-. i hur^. Mississippi. l.ouiHville. K> ; \ Spartanhtir^. S r . Amku-u. thi . liroenviilr. Si' 11 oust on. Te\a-; MontKoim-ry. A 1.1 . I'rovifhuuK.l : thiil has alread;. mdi'tl iio- slave iraf lie, brought near u� a liuisli Uie liipior traffic and will opd war and auinrraev. re'.'.'rm ihe pre eut ecominilc order : and e>iai>lUli ;-,m h a v,i�rld democracy J and hruihcrhoiMf i.hat tio- pet^ou o'1 San Antonio. Ti-vas etc. Monre \ 011 the hiiinhh^t \vi)iuan will be deemed The money is your o\\j\ to do as you like with,. But when you buy what you do not need-urgently need-your money actually ivorks against Canada. For, it represents precious materials and labor, both of which are absolutely essential to the. army. Your money use-lessly spent delays all-important war work-merely for your .self-indulgence. You would not, knowingly, stop the progress of Canada*s war efforts. You would not prolong the war. You would not let your money work for Germany. But it is possible that unwittingly you are doing this very thing, Remetnbcr Canada's need, I-et not Canada's sacrifice go for naught. Thrift, self-denial, patriotic privation, give us who stay at home the glorious privilege of a share in the great struggle for human freedom. .Saw; your money for Canada, and for Canada's fighting men. Sate your money to bring nearer that day we all long for-the Victorious end of the War. will see that lie* triels are almo-1 enroKalea ice d1a f:lr too sacred and niveau oT dealiuK. J to luaUe ii Teti:': of seKI'Oftat ei! vice is Mich bl'lltes Nu, n i, too late i'.i 1 he to any the leai a tlubious distinction, day to trot out m": re^;a t inn as a pan It will rather he regarded hy the [n,h area for social vice l.iUo tbe licen-lic at largo to whom Mayor llnnlie'lng of the Honor irat'iic ii is an nn appeals as a e: 1 of moral obsiru � tniisUeil discredited hypocrite, ill at MveueHH and itelnuiuoncy to he pihi- Hm never deceive the world a^ain Islied aeeordini;!> It may he news to Come on. Leibbridue; talk up to the tho mayor thai nver a year ago a � mayor �leaj�it�* his love taps. 'i'e!! strong protest waa made to the mill- i him that ymi are asliamed of the posl-ister of militia by leading ineniher^ of .lion of your city in thin matter, and the Social Service Couiudl of CanuiU i taut you .lc�;ed him,to office to en against HothhriiU-'e being considered I force ihe criminal law of Canada and Unto th mo to bleak it. Say lo him in the words of a classic song. "I'll r," no f Published nrnler the authority |U� of Vinanc* oi Canada, a flito fov a tnilitary camp until Leave it behind, where it belongs uf most of all by upholding ami t>erpet u-j course, there \\ill not be much glory atfng in hellihridge a foul inslituiion 1 in hoing a tail-cnder. but even that is thai ovory progressive city on the hi�iier than being a fossil for the. mu coiiiinent has cast out. s.euiu. If the men are slow Jo lake Tho uprising against sogrogjtion, action, why .-hould not you Chri.itinn modified and nnmodiflotl. that has i women uf I.etUhridgc-- yon women in taken place the past 'J,ri years all over tho churches, in the Kod Cross, the Canada and the Cmted States N not Women's Insnttiie, Matin-Ms. Club. ete. , duo to a .spasm of fanaticism that has) express yourselves emphatically on grlppod tho continent for, a moment' this suhjoci ? Your blood must boil ; llko tho Spanish influoir/.n. read thoso Jntlors of tin* tuayor 1. It is due Jo ihe absolute failure ; in which ho publicly and complacently! of segregation to either segregate or j puis the seal of tho city hall upon the j roduoo vice. That is the emphut ic j degregat ion of your sox. Why flhonld J^IVET your eyes on this picture of a Belgian mother and child, until you feel the full horror of the situation! Thousands of these orphans, dying of starvation, might now be living in comfort and plenty, had their soldier fathers not flung themselves into the breach when the Hun invaded Belgium. The father* died to save ns. Are wc going to let the orphans lUrva 7 Condition! are simply ghastly. The United States loans to the Belgian Oavernmant fin unco the general relief work, but this only provides a bowl of soup and two piecos of bread to each person per day. The Canadian Bureau in Brussels What is that for a growing child ? The Slaughter of the Innocents is less terribla than what is now occurring in Belgium-practically a whole generation of the Belgian nation in the grip of Consumption, Rickets and other ills alt tiirecMy due to insufficient nourishment. v/'A administer lands, and provid* means for getting the ailing childr into Holland and into orphan where they can he saved frort hideous death. Before you sit down to another meal, do SOMETHING for the Belgian children.....  Make cheques payable and send contributions to and unanimous testimony of every conimiartion thai has invostigaunl this thing on this comment during ihe prosout century. (I) Of t.ho commit-, too of fifteen., New. York, reporting in i^Y: i-> Of the commltit-u i-' "�ur- you continue to smother your jint in digiiation'.' I,ul ii have vent in eon-1 oonod public action of some hind If you were umifrahl ami In earnest you | eould speedily wipe this blot off your] civic BhTohl. ami It would \m the fire belief fund (f?�gJ�Ured unritr tho War Charities ActJ to your Local Committee, or to He�dqu%rt�fi 1 59 St. Peter St., Montreal, U5 ;