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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUn 1HK LKTMHKHUiK DAILY HKHALb Xetbbrt&oc Ibralfc leUj&rl&flc, Hlbertn u--~-. DAILY AND W�CKLY do not art. then power under tin mailers. ill- )ia\. Proprietor* and Publisher* f Mil l.ETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINT. INC COMPANY, L1MITEC Ml �th Straat South, Lethbrldf* W. A. Buchanan PrMldent and Managing Dlractor skB Tortanc*   BusIdms XMM" THANKSGIVING DAY NINETEEN HUNDRED AND EIGHTEEN Tilt* 'inly tiling won',; while .it I moment i-. the winning of the win 'at no Ttuus.?gi\ me since the awful ! sdrugsle h"gan. h�v* \\i> had greater tin* 1 ami 'PICKED UP IN* PASSING *�* THB *VSY MAN TSLF.PKQM* Business Otfio* .......... tutorial Off lea .......... ubserlptlon RaU#i ttatly. Cellared, par waek Dally, dollverod, par year .... pally, by mall, per year ..... Wssskly, by aiall. per yew ---- .waakly. by mail, per your to T7.S U14 it ft M $4.W fl.H Jl M reason to '�>'�' situation Wi thankful tit.i' the principles initiation tut! the All sir. should loush; � i I; pre iiC-t. IkHI be .4V.1 the fen' nt. The Van . Prim ip. oek iki; ; school at Uladstono. stroyod by (ire. V T MacNell. of Wood ! College, lias resigned. r. has boon succeeded .is. 'iie Hudson's Ha'1 Co .it 1 M. (iil)sotl. siiporuiteii- i Mrs. i od in C TUos. algaiy Somerviito, who locnl' "9 years ago, is ilcnd. eni-aity s tlo air .1.; l-.TI W' nl for .iii.ui.,>.:i I'.iss,!'.' �u.liK uti-i w. V!:i; \ Kilni Will' stores ;i forme �ri.iti e pa-tor 'Hire!: ill The next Alberta municipalities con-I volition will ho hold in Kdrrontoit. The Canadian Methodist chttroh aims to raise eight million dollars for missions in tlvo yeats l.ient. n. H. Treston. son of T. A. Pre-ton. ox-.M.P.P., Hrantford. wan killed in action. or | ; a v s Daut ot axplry of tubtcrlptloaa ay-f*ar dally on addniss label Aewyt-i n ):. aaoi of papers :iu explratita crlptloa. now w Wood an i adian army than n! all' V,:- . h- ... v Cannes lire'' of ;h nt ar Cor  �: Inl'.u.-n: ;.o:-t. dn: A C Johnstone. Secretary-Treasur-jcr of the Chatham. Walliiooburs and I t.ak- F.rie Railway, died at Chatham, j Out. He was a sou of Uev. R. C. i John-ton.'. Winnipeg He !h"l' ; Pulf. .ill- d ; i. -on o-od Prior i Wa .1 Ml" THE RIGHT NOTE Wf need the right net? in our lives these (fays. We need ft more, by far. than seme cf -,s have it yet. That note is the note of self-denial. Unless we attune our lives to it. v.- are out of harmony with tie spirit of these days. To spend ourselves n our country's server, to save our money at oio- country's call.- that is the suoreme duty of the hour for every nan. woman and child in Canada. Are you doing it-* Are you steeling your soul against ease and luxury? Are you. day in and day out. denying yourself in order that you may lend the more to your count-y^ If you are not doing these things, you are failing in your duty. Cut cut luxuries. Live frugally. Dress plainly. Save hard. Get the right note! alii R'vi end an . ali n p iif the i-Miir-ttu fltv.e i A no- il may end ..: | ntati'is pea. .' mine � � roil! at :o olio: tan.', il" ro">:i:�: tun-: ".id. f .tl-o H.. et'- Win � r w. At 111" titittlicipaliti Medicine Hat. .Mayo: uiMI'a ndvo.ated a ,:i lauds fo:' the main! por: of public school- es convention a^ Uennioii ot Ma-�r.eia! tax on all nanco anil sup- >l'ni'-: '�.:-il .ve 1 He ' V K The llailway Commission is being uived to tlx the prices charged on railway illnint; cars. The food hoard has r.'^uiated the menu, but thero U no reitiilatioti of prices. The matter Is liti'ler lOtisider.ltloll. uiT.'al, till!' . a� -ivil th. i un.'on'i:': Ai- o hatik.i nr-; �.sin to b. T: hit-i"ns"ly ii.i'i for th" : of tl>' i iltlditii*' e ha-.c rlr fu! war , i' ' ail b. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Tiioiisli lb'' C.erm in io.ii Caiuhral-t't. Qnetitit! front i'.vhiit nwir.c to ij-.. :a.�> ir-ipospihle for th" ..l'.i.�- to rapidly enmi�h . ed. fV.'Tiai and L:V' iti a pocket in : Gormar.- are beinK f w lille i.'i tlie south t!o idly paimni; tii" who!. lift on aha h.'C :' i- Cln-.v uj a'.-d if II! 4 "X wei' poo: h�e;i itv.m i a:" thankful for Caniola. as prosp. ri.'i-imTJjir 'l: iu-i mother. .Mrs. James McDiar , mid. of Ktitwisd.'. Alberta. T'c." lay delepales for Hie Method st jti'tt-ral conference met and or-:-am;..d the ventral body, to bo known a- the general copfevenc- lay assocla  ttott of Cue Methodist church with the i oilowinp olllcrrs: Hon. president, , Hon K. J. Uavis. Newmarket. Ont.: Iprerdiuit, K, B. lloltby. Ht. Thomas n:i' : .ne-prestden'. K. It. Chapman. 'Winnip-'p; secretary-treasurer. H. W. j Mix. Ottawa; registrar, A. Sopor, St. 1: Johns. N. wfoundi.iiul. niiii'.K i \2, l!M� *!-ontinu�1j .Mtoit Fhoxt Vao*\ aHirrpll-Wrifcht, St. Atigustln's; A. K. 3now. St. iM�rj"'s- At St. Pntrick's church there will be low niagsDst at S.80 n.m. ami H.00 a.m.. but no other services elthnr on Sunday or durlnt? Ilio week, This by ord�r or the pastor, Hov. J. McCaffrey, O.M.I. There will be a celebration of the Holy Communion at S o'clock at St. Mnry's ntid St. AiiKuslin's. Cancel Services Owing to the sugKcslionR of the medical health officer Inoculation hkhIusI the dls- cesaful ease. In JMllloiiiicliift the result of experiments Kiivrr I ho opldemle bi'Kim. 111-. Ilaer tuild the preparation used Is nol a scientific t.ecrol. bill a combination of Iodine and creosote. Bad in South Africa Capetown. Oct. S.- (Delayed). -Tho worst plague that ever visited youth Africa was nothing lit comparison with the present epidemic of Spanish Influenzal, according to medical testimony here. As a result of tlia influenza epidemic, there were more than I Ul burials In Malllatul cemetery today. At Johannesburg, more than ion new cases were reported Monday, with II deaths. The spread ot Spanish influenza is diminishing in the mining districts where the hospital cases have been reduced from flu.MOO to i'.Ollo since lasi week ICIght thousand cases have coiihIh, in a collision with the steamer Kashmir. The Otranlo. after thn collision, wan dashed to pieces on the rocka off tho soutli Scottish h 1 ''a'' nurse in at-\V Wright, w'an '.a Toronto f >r ll'so un.'.er e.-al ..f th- late :io di-d of th" York, "��n p'.a '.. At tiie mitniclp.'i iti" Mat, Mr. pointtnent a .or.nectioti iission, whii a :t:e� convention at tiodfrey advocated a eonsiiltlnR engln-with public utility lie regarded as a Li/.h;.. and usefel body. An engineer, branch of the public utilities com-sion coub! retuler valuable service preparation of �tarid:iro!jerl plains in for water towns and and I'ci-vlllag. pla tits. "ic- on Sunday, Oct lit. The Mutual Improvement associations will also tore, go their meeting on Tuesday evening. Oct. lath. Sunday school will not convene In the morning and all other services will be dispensed with. The Pentecostal Assembly will not hold services. Thirty Deaths in Toronto Toronto. Oct. 1 J.-Over :ti) deaths from Spanish influenza in this city were reported at the city hall yesterday. Hopes ot medical health officials that the epidemic was being checked wore dashed to the ground by the increase of !'.' deaths ovc- the previous day. 223,000 Cases, U. S. Army Washington. Oct. 1_. The epidemic of Spanish Iufltii'iua which has reached practically every section of the country continued 'mlay with no signs of abatement. Now cases of infltieti/.a. in army camps, showed a slight, decline 111 the 24 hours end"d at noon yesterday, but pneumonia cases increased over yes Urday. The total numb t of influenza cases at camp.-i since the beginning of the epidemic, has reached pneumonia cases, ST.'.hlT, and deaths, S.i'.'to. Has Preventive Pittsburg. Pa. Oct. 11. -Or tieorge V Raor, of the homeopathic staff here, announced this afternoon that lie has i found a successful cure and preventative for Spanish Influenzal. Dr Raer said tcsti on patients suffering from the disease and having a fevi"-of ion have recovered under the treat ment. which has also proved a sue- crip- pled. Thousands of volunteers are as slating In relief works. Thousands have been inoculated against the disease with good results. LOSE LIVES children, four at one time twice, three at one time twice, mill one at a time once. Ills second wife bore him two a( one lime twice, three at one time ouee ami five at one al a time Ills present wife ha - borne him night, one at a iline His first wife lived six year-, anil ihi>" weeks uft� r marring*!, hi-i �eioiul wife eight years and six months The number of hoys is: lly (list, wife eight; by second wife, five timl by third wife, five Of these now in the service, seven are by the first wife, five by the second and one liv the pnsent -wife. Another son lin.? served in the cavalry but is now llvltiu in Wilson. N.C. THAT* YOU MAY LEND Mr Wi and thus living o..  being pi �:h nii-re �ed t , r.-' r-r.. U ai- .' t.l" - '-.e.-iiiy. The Cernians. with one hand ml for peace, are Intent on doing ail the physical damage they cm in Kram-. and nil the villages back of 'heir lines from Gnine, eait of St. Qiien'in to Vouziers. east of I.aon. are burning A general retirement in th)* --uor is thus indicated. Rapid movement* of the ..ides on the Serbian front an- being accom-pllfhed and this has led to a definite peace proposal from her nth'-:- a!!le. ho-Hes of both wo-icing across the rallH, d. theraselves. c-rtain laws ,\ supposed to in- i-r. ert> mi I life of thin plot".: I ioll and ait'.-d for in.-. � i r. p. i i'- ll mi � I in mill 111. i n. ta i i ard!-safety. pre.-i'i)! .vh.lei11''* 1,1 CllUSf. ,r- .-'1. ilu-i. i p..i.e. purpo- ai  Kill out for. fon hi i- in. It is They . , either t.ivor . he i.. >. � e'onoti that he no ma" hO dliM ICibl.C  not � -ri->- en for d'-t-rtiiin poll.-;, ii fllS"-- � > what tii enf th-in.- -Th- i >:.-id in K nl: and 'I'm.'-i- m-'d atten'i"c.. -ss it) .-very re. a* Inspiring. The Dr Yutaka Min-.y-uiter and Cap-i or*' grand. Cap-i Kin.!!'-.'.- !". tun. -The Challenge th- IIo'i-/." in '.slij.ii lie slioHii! v iiritain "ill her A!li-s had m-t challenge throes n 0"! riKht tiie iai-I jiai.e.-s, i..:n: , of Tin- Dai! i Sunday N-'.v ! mm.her uf . 1 ion- " I! i-� tion was x 1 :. tia- been rr'-ated in ; .; : and political rlr-antioiini ement that "Sir i'-aronet, tnernber of '� ting for himself and . i'".s, has purchased out-::- i of the United N.-wh- � i. who are proprietors � Chronicle and Lloyd's -pap-r, in addition to a 'to r important publlcal-md-rstood the cousldera- � o ,U0i>. Grand lolic dang' Into property and life. Of i'Our think tiie citizens of bndee. no 'matte: how- eager t.'i-y enquiry has been despatched, It Is I are to enjoy economical iidminlstra stated, and is in tho nature of a par-'tion. are. willing to sacrifice the repu tlal acceptance Judging by the temper of the allies, following recent (ier-man atrocities in France and on the ea. nothliiK but unconditional surrender will be considered. MUST BE CERTAIN OF LAW ENFORCEMENT Those cltizenR who are looking towards a solution of the vice problem 1 In this city, might as well cease cam- j paigning to get rid of the evil. Until there is an assurance that the j. ,.,,, , , , ,, . , , -, , about expenses we would .suggest that law will be enforced it ia a waste or .... ,,, . ,� I he cut out the polite fori e altogether time asking that a segregated district ,r^,, ., ,,. . ,. . , .... , . ,, , . :-"id arrange with tlie 1'rovim-ial I'nlic,. Khould he closer!. If the request were, .,, ____ ,, , , 'to enforce the laws. Let him make a Ulion of the city in order to save a f>w tliomand dollars. Of course, with the citizens rests the decision. As long as Mayor Hurdle believes lit, represents tho majority of tiie pcnpln in his course, he Is perfectly warranted in pursuing It- If ho dons not represent the majority, : can only he e-e tablisheri by a movement of the people to replace him with a man who does represent majority opinion. Now if the mayor i.-: so concerned I request no-I Chautauqua I Ktzlknrii !> I return tin-I There \c: one mil.- v, i dav i-ti'iiir : was found i with a top barn dead Wf. j mitted th- eiolid.t., colt 111 dog by improperly CO', Mrs Chas i helping to l.oo>t Kl/'.koiii. The only mak- i-, thai when the N broiigh' tn I'aV.owki, pie v, ,il 'em.-nili.-r and ..'iiplini'-h' ,"i very sad orourren- " -� of Pakowki last Sun-wlii-n Mr. Ole Troniss v hi- neiciiho.-.s hanging i-.r.iinid hi- to-"':, in the It. !sa ! appar.-m ly coin  ���d during a temporary Mr. Mi �unit (our 1 ill- m:-fOi tune on !.: goo! two y�ar old ol 1 well which had h.-.u and not 1 well f his i red or Diinea (t'c. en � Itlairmo:. einiig in t Croso Mio can be. | Receipt near her siiii-iiilnw AV. H. Amos'., who ' Sill Sou; r It very �(.-� wiih l-jpiminli Intluetiza j %'S,:'">> Mr. ll�-.-,t, jii'ftiuii foreman, exjieots I from !h-i to r.t'.ve his family from How -Island : t:!.nn> p: into tiie pe.v seciion house ajjfe- Pal;- \ Kxpend.t.ire.; Cash to Calgary, owl:!, 'ii: '' ' $l,7'^t' n; i ,.-h in Ogden ifotnfl, $P.'0; M.-r Mil". l!-i/ill who lias had . cadi for -applies, J77'i.71; incidental charge of th,. p.i i uiiioe wo,:k for a 1 e:;|ii-ii..e.-, M:s/7. Halance on hand, long iim- : n.iv �...-i'ing iiei ,-i-tfj-.$J41.1:; r ,t,: $a,�i��s.i3. Mrs It ay WiliiaiiiH a' Mmiynt cries To',,1 lainC.-r of articles, made. liuOl. M:-s 1-i-iii- r Houtch is a-aisting Mr. ! Farewell to French Reservist Johnson .Oil .nu tier aii-u tn-e j When ihe meeting was adjourned Miss lb.i-r Bennington of Kippeii-1 "H 'eniiiiti.-l :� give a farewell to villi--, 'i now wit'i Itev. and Mrs. ({old- Private Snmer a French Reservist who lug and to'-nding the fall term of, had been il months In tl"n trenches school at Orion , and who had been home for a few One of our coi/a-n- has. been ui r.-s(-: month., an I Is called again to France, ed and lined l." and costs for carrying Mr. Sonii r him been well known in a gun on Suioiiy, apparently with J lllairinore himI Hie, Pass for a number Sale AT LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Thursday, Oct 17,18 All Varieties of Pure Bred Stock Will be Represented CONDUCTED BY the Intention of killing game, il-tter laave tho gun home on Sun lay itoun ini; nii't tlii-.. One" of our neighbor boy', win. deserted, ha.'i been cafitureii and i-iuiti-ed by Ihe Military Authorities to Calgary. Hi-: fiiiwin- tshli-liloir* him staK fined i'.'The nay of the train-polica j grerisor ii hard. Affcc.r- Airs, Ihincan had lofl oiCW-.l- iie.-dii'/. a tie-.-age came .-.aying Dial  a.i .i.. . 1 u- in i . . . her son m laMr. W. il. AmDs htul oblaiM a few efh.ieiit men to cany mil | ,|,,,,| \\r his inslruciions. The tall: j deepest : Is only oamoiillage intended to cover I nieiil. n nd . Ilipn Mrs. iiv I'uricitii htive oiij-in this bereave- up the weaknesses of ;iflmini.-lia!ion. It'l a qu(-siion so much of tin-, m'/i-of Ihe force as iis efficiency. Rev. ,1. Holding and .Mr. Ii. A. .Inbuilt nil made a nii-diie-p nip in l.etit-bridge Thursday with Ihe car, return-ItiL" Friday of years and is everywhere highly ro- j spieled Tin- Itellevue Orchestra waH pr. .tit MosKs. Green and Smith were the solois'.h, of tho occasion. Uev. Young and I.iehL Kerr gave addresses, and Mr. llUrton with well ctiosen wyids iJi-e.-o ntfcd private Sonler with a pui'oe. The meeting closed with (ion .Save Ihe King and threo cheers for Private Sunler and Fiance. .J)n Monday tjvunlnn seven men ii'i.'i..' hi ought up before tho MukIh-iraie and lined %u and cosis for not liawiii'. ilo- letinlsite puptus on their piw .-.Oll.-C Mr. and Mrs. David Kemp went, to Calgary this.^eek lo vlsll an aunt who wan iiijui'i'd-gctiliiK off tho train, Shu i: in a critical condition. The Southern Alberta Wool Growers Assn. k Number of Grade Rams, Bred Locally, Good Sound Healthy Stock Will be Exposed for Sale Also ;