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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LFTHBRTDGE DAILY HERAT n THl'RSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1918 Xetbbciboc DcralMT Xctbbrtoec fllfrcrta AILY AND WKKKLV *r��rl�t�r� �n4 aublltfwf* PHI LtTHgniOOE HKHALO PRINT-INQ COMPANY, LIMIT*r MS �*h �tr�*t uth. L*thkrlaa� W. A. uoh�n�n PTMtdMt Mid Minnlnj Director �ka Tomnci � � Builntti TILBPHONI* mIo�m Ottio* .............. 1*M �Jtarfcj otfto* .............. !>** of thr school olillilrrn. Heavy pptuil-lira (or fulling to comply with tin-rKiilnilons should ho PxurtOil .e! thp Monnnniies iimlrrstaiul th.it (hoy arc on t.ho Mmo footing all otlior citizens, that they must ol>,\v the laws or suffer tin1 i'onsonuotti^s. Wo have pmtv i'ontiilotn-o that Hon. Georjso IV Smith will enforce the school laws to the letter ami that t'.o ,n;;k waf> a,|vaii,'.�,l to 12 cents ajuart special privileges will he pr.intiv! to or nine quarts for $1. the Monnonites. Their schools mu.- -�-anil more than :lic.t atten-.lance i\. � v,-. I Alhort College at llelleville narrow-, ly escaped dostntctlon hy tiro. neatli occurred at Windsor of .lames Ouncan, S.r>. retired school principal. Hev. Thos. KaV.ili. of New St. Andrew's 1'roshytprlnn church, Toronto, will ko overseas as a chaplain. u(Merl*t(�n futwti illy, tallrertd, par wt�k .... I* Oatlr. ��IlT�r*d. p�r y*�r ..... HUj. �y mail, par raar ......f*N -WoaUr. ay nail ��r yaar .....ll.M Waaklr. by mall par roar ta O.a. il.M Dataa at aiptrr of aooaertptioia *p> �oar tolly ao addraaa UbaL Aceaat-aaca o( pa part i/U pap it nor crtpttam. THE LARGER GOOD "The penalty of tvjding wlf-denial is that we get the letter Initend of the larger good." Theie wile word! of Henry Orummond are fraught with a apec'al meaning for all of us today. .Never in its history has this old world looked on so much of ealf-aacriflce. with its item and solemn beauty, a* it is locking on today. Self denial it let* than, but yet it i� ak"i to. self-sacrifice. The latter. In its mott personal and poignant form, n not asked of us who stay at home. But self-denial we can all pracMe. Nay, we must if we would not mist all hare m the oreatness and the glory of the�# momer.toui days. So get out of the old rut of self, nhneii. Make the high resolve to leek your pltaiure only in salt-denial and service Shake off love of eate and luxury. Spend younelf for your country. Save your money for your country, Lead the item, sane, simpse life. Seek the larger, not the letter good. Save to win! AN ARMISTICE SHOULD BE REFUSED There should be m> armistice It Germany's renuest !s trninted it is a vlc'jry for the Hermans and a disastrous Mow to the allies. Germany is simply playtiiK for a ,-cc---s. It has just playlne into :i\e hiiti-ti of Germany .! The only way to crush Germany and | its amhltions Is on the ha'tlet'.eUI and ; not around a conference table i We can't hope to end war for all I tint" hy ronferrlnp with Germany at, i thi* ttrce. If we did ronfer Wo would j j merely he giving tho Hun a tirealli-! i inc �pel! to enable him to ,\>rrv oti 1 i j the war Medi ampaiqn part lvlmonton In nskiiiK for a .' salary llotaty Cluh will take 'i the Victory Loan a school t'-aoher> . per cent iiicrnase Sir Kric Ceddes Drittsh Admiralty. States. First Lord oT tho is in the I'nltoil GOVT. ANNOUNCES SEED GRAIN PLANS this inrnngenioiit will effect an Important. siivliiK in dlatrlhutlon and collection expennos nnd tlint. II will ro 'fur tnwanl coiiflnlnK ndvauces to ne-Itual fieeilsi and will result as well In a quicker and more luisinoss-like dlschnrgo of. obllgnllons lucurind. , An orilPt'-ln-coutK'll Im* heen pnssod omhodyhiR tho above iirntiiKemontu ''and tho neenssury ludchlner.v Is bnltiR (put In motion (mmndialoly hy tho ; H'.s life ;i Zorr.i and Woodstock. Lieut. C. K. Flint, formerly physical instructor in the F.dmonton schools, has been killed in action Aid. Mci'oppen announces Hint he ! will he a candidate i'or Mayor of Ed-J monton . [ Kev. Mr. Adam, Fresbytorian lam-[ ister at tirrnfell. Sasi> . Itns reslij'ied to -accept a call from Stonphton. I itocklaml. Out., will celebrate the ."eith atinlvorsary of the erection tin- W. C. Kdwnnl Company's mill WvciitT.. the honor, iiisMop Str ill.i Toronto, �e- of 1> the Vul;, conferred IV upon Kiver traiTie by tui;s and is i,een revived on the Mississippi nd- r Federal auspices. ally a new system tliroiifthout. has been i put Into effect. At the instance of lion. Arthur MeiKheti, minister of the Interior, a conference was held with tho western provincial government* In the city ot UeRllia nnd, as a result, nrranpements have been completed for the fair division of responsibilities as between the Dominion and provincial authorities.. In 1914 when seod grain relief was necessary the government made advances directly to the settlers, houpht the seed, shipped to internal eleva- j tors, where it was cleaned and sacked ami leshipped to points of dlstrlbu-; tion. Tho cost of ImndllnK In consn-j 'Yj.1 queiiee added considerably to the price > I of the seed, owing to present conditions with the prevailing lilRh price h | of seed, it was felt that the desired THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. LLD., D.C.L. PwiinVnt K V. f. JONES. Ah'i Gen'l. Msnnger SIR JOHN AIRD, General Msnstw V. C. BROWN, Sup't of Camrel Wesetm Branch** Capital Paid Up.$I5,000,00Q 4 Reserve Funo. . $13,500,000 The State liort bra-'k i or" cirryin :ti;--re-t fanners in th iion:" orchards. illnirls's ;,, N.. on a campaign ! plan; inn i>t Catholics of New York City holievo liishop Hayes will lie named to succeed Cardinal Farley as Archbishop. POLICE FORCE IS NOT GETTING RESULTS Six n- �even cases of -hop-l and th-1." within ten days and apprehended n about all 'he � ii tvkmi; no one vidctice ,'y nerd th.it th  resi.r,; i -ts'ita--- ! vith th- s:f,:,:t,.m. h'e > that 'her-'  wini; to ,i p.-nur-.i Hindenburg line on Tuesday. ifix and Americans opened !!; the people of this pol.ee force as at is not nb!� to co;i-' Whether the tr. are too few poller !ou.� policy on the towards that department or whrthi r R Is that the nma'.snm.itfon of tin' police and f.re departtu-ti's V.n' !'-I to lneffSci to r.i -�' AT." ."en.ellii for its I'tio - th�- next five > e.u'~ Rev Or Klldli ott of 'lie i M-thed>: ' liiir-h. advi.i ,it"s up 'it in.ss-; m wurk in the (logman colony-.- ,n Afrii a of Hie i til 1 aii:n h-'lievo!- en.'tdiRn � 'Uterine released Citizens of P.ulgari.i residing Canada will still h" regarded alien enemies by the Dominion in u3 po- >rn fare cotnnmtatiott a State Kail �itiiori'ted the any. wh.i-h system, 'o :ti to >i\ i "trs f.'S to 1" pel �Mil l OP! l-'resiii operates r.-.ise its and Its cee.t \" C. t.los!:,-� rf-t.iry to the � iti' ution. ati i .' ppc-mted �part tr.etu an>:'errc ' The F. S Fuel Administration est! � ites the total snvln.k of coal stilt of the daylight saving .11 amount to 1.230.e."f> tons. A donation of $in.dee to , Times fund for the British iled Cross Sin iety has been Kiv.-n hy the New ZeaUnd branch of the Salvation Army. | ProfiteeriiiR in rent and food has , reailied such n hoifiht i;i Fortsniouth. 1 N" II . that a municipal i .nnltten ha* ' been organized to make imjiilry into � the matter. J F. Boyce, who was slated as rog- i lias le-en Alberta d ias h-'ti : . - - . .......- - .....------ : r. �;: i the provincial seeret::i\'s de.. intrar of tho - department or oduca-j has given up thnt appointment wh�n the opportunity offered to get back to - 'inspectoral work In his old Inspector- most |{e�j.-i.>ii� jnTsoii.il  ate of Hed Ueer. Mr. Boyce was taken �:i dor.atel to tiie [',,- 1 'from this inspectorate to a -posifon y by itaron 11-ltaro m til- Technical School in Calgary. S o ...�>� 11. Tliis t :ut; C|- J.i > '�h the '!n',vn" ii' wav to' l'ou',� Tnr>' niMch whether the a big drive on the German* who are | "tawT of "'l* fatisr.e.l no* retrwatlns over a wide fron' from J w',fl condition of affair?, and w-north of Cambrai to south of St. Quen-1,Jolibt 0l*� wojld reins -r- tin Cavalry is now belnc nurd by the ' P*>" 'hfl roqulred to maitcain Hritish and the ^e.irh have Joined in *n *rur:*nt police force, on tha St- Quenttn sei tor Tanks and ~~~ armored cars are also underitood to MERITS OF THE V>� in action followinc up th- rapidly ENGLISH LANGUAGE retreating Huns, who are now j.utttng : |n forth deiperute efforts to resr.-. a temporary line through Valenr|i notifiable j S;\vr.i�U illP.Uer.i.l. The  '>" fv ti'.e .1.1 me .is for other tiou* disease.---fifty . I!r;:ain'- navy which in ''It. had totallc! two and million diiph'icement !or Ki.i: i nage is the mosi suitable 1 mon world me, Protestor Ral�igh of I Oiford points out that In no other | language can the ,�arce thins he !>aid j la so many different wayf. and lie il-Jlusiraies the jioint as follows: I Thua you can lU'gln. or Com-I mencp. or Imitate an undertaking 1 with Ooldncss, or Courage, or R�-1 solution. If you are a Workman j or Laborer, or Operative, yon Speedy or Rapid or Accelerate.I, hut a'so Orca'.. or Grand rr Jf\gnlfie.ini, you may perhaps Stir or Mow. or Acuate him to havo P.uth, or 1'ity "r h�va an accelerating effect on the j iannsn r�tre*t on the l.tll- and Del-  *ian coast sudors i It It In the *outh liowerer. east of j fthc'nil to the Argonne that the poail- ; *!llty of a gr�M �lli�d victory is to be n. With the Jaws of a great trap operated by the British and Amorlcana � �n the north and by (he l-Vfneh and ' Americans aions; the soutliern ba�e ! of the angle, eloslng the Cennan posi- ] tlon� In the I�aon sector are far from '� eorofortaWe. and the enemy will find himself .bird put to It to extricate hlmJtlf The n��t fortnight appears �Jo3tlaeJ to practically upell the end of Oarman occupation of f*r*nce In tho ea�t rumor haa it that Turkey la crumbllne and Is likely to hue for psa.ee within a> short tluto. Uen. Al-hjuby !im advanced more than 30 1 tnllot north of Damnrui, while the ; taking of Beirut Is of vital Importance, j-- Add to thi* th�t Smyrna is UlklnK I Thrlft will take care of the dollar* separate peace and lhat the Turk fanJ th" uollam wilt take care ot you. cabinet Is disintegrating and the end In order to �av.' ' and llirht is .?"i.e7, as compared to f." in litl'i. Clothes costing $1'0 In l'.'li'). now cost $27.72. One hundred per rent, per annum is not had profit tor hheep raising In Saskatchewan. That this can he done is testified hy lion. (1. W. Brown, former li"utenant-K'>vernor. who has never made lesii than tin; nmnunt mentioned in any of the six years he has been fmgageil In breeding shei-p on his farm at l.njor^. of Turkey uppears to be not tar off. A Stockholm rumor this morning ay* that the Kaiser la going to abdicate. U la only a rumor, and that la all It Is avar likely to amount to. KlKht machine guns, captured by the 4hlh Kdmonton battalion during the heavy allied onslaught before Amiens Colonlnl sn,r�t,f. ,.. .. . , . , | ln ,!�rly August, will soon t.oloniut Secretary. Well, why didn't1 t�o th,. property ot Edmonton Germany wants her colonies back i announces Dr. w. S. Holf, Herman i the keep them when aha had iska the New York Mail them? GOVERNMENT SHOULD ACT QUICKLY. It would appear that increased allowances are to be provided for sold-ter'a dependents. It la none too goon. The government shouldn't delay in Increasing the allowance. The dependents find It hard to meet the increased cost of living and they should be relieved from thalr worries in this ra-gard immediately. It is as clear as daylight that they are entitled to the increase. The Toronto Telegram e.dltor had nor. yet fallen a victim to the 'flu when he got off the following the other day; Spain's great Klft� ,n civilization are as follows: No. 1. Spanish Imiuiiliioi No 2. Spanish Armada Xo. Spanish Onions No. 4. .Spanish Influenza TEACH MENNONITE8 LAWS MUST BE OBEYED The Meiidoolle* should bo taught at once tha). they cannot fool with the educational question In Alberta. Their German text books should be taken lit (Uto the oiion and burned Tn night Germany threatened to execute Am- J erlcan prisoners found armed with ! shot guna. Imagine that from a nat- j ion that introduced poison gas, that , bombed delencele.su oiiiex, ibat sank hospital ship*, and tluit bouibcd Hed Croat! hospitals. Its iIihiiIk .iiv contrary to international law, while die using of shot gunis or pea shooters or David's slings are not. Word was received by Mayor Kvans in u communication from Lieut. Col. C. Y. Weaver. cnininanditiK tho 4iitli, that these trophies will be forwarded there through the ordnance depots. Five hundred dollars, wan the amount of line imposed on � John Jeder/wii, u farnur of the Neptune Ka.sk.. district, or thrp.fi niontha in jail, in the court ot Kinp's Bench at Khte-van, on a charge of sedition. His wife, who was facing a Mmllur cUaTR'e, was adjudged not guilty, the jury recommending that she tin given a severe reprimand. KxperinientH v. illi the Sloan hurry at Brandon have, proven successful It is a bush fruit and withstand.", early night Hosts and yields heavily, malting it ideal for the west. X. J. Tucker, expert gardener and caretaker of the Brandon Normal ".school, haa for the |iast litre,- yearn been cultlvutlilK ill,: Sloanben v or blink currant to-' niato. The fruii lias lb.- Ilavor of a | tomato, but 1* U�� laigi: blnj;k tur-i'Rlit in shapu tZ'. �olor. is the super-sole-the sole that outwears two of leather, is resilient, waterproof and retains its shape and flexibility to the last step. For heavy shoes or for housewear-it matters not what season or what kind of weather- Rinex is superior to any other sole material and more economical. This super-sole, born of necessity, is your means of cutting down the family shoe bill. Necessity brought %is Super-Sole The scarcity of leather made it necessary to produce shoe sole that would replace that rnnde from hides. Rinex' New shoes with Rinex soles need no "breaking-in". Comfort is one of the supreme qualities of Rinex -and it protects your health as well as your purse. It is waterproof, heat-proof and cold-proof and takes a non-skid grip on slippery surfaces. Have Rinex on all your shoes. Get out the old ones and tell your cobbler to re-sole them with Rinex. They'll be as good as new. Dominion Rubber System M�rrh�mlnloa J>v)fUU' H��*�l�� -lortvtry piirpoM. Iiominluii B'Htnf -Urn* and Pacjlnf. -iii* Made-lu-Cantd4 �alncc4ti. Kinei im (Ml* kl�h Rinex Solcn are made and finarantecil by Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co., Limited Head Office, Montreal. Wn*Uern Branch** : Winnipeg Brandon Reffina Saskatoon Edmonton Calgary Lethbridg* Vancouver Victoria ;