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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRTDGE DATLT HERALD TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1018 XetbbnbQe Ibevalfc , Xetbbrlboe, mucvta AILY ANU WBBKUY / Proprietor* and Puottetiera |PIB LKTHBRIOQK HERALD PRINT. INS COMPANY, LIMITED tH �t|i atrMt South, l�thbrldf� W. A. Buchanan Proaldeat aa.d Managing Dlreatoe )�hn Tnrrauoe -  Business Monomer TILWPHONM taee* Oflioe .............. Uff Oftlo* ubscrlptlon Rat*�t delivered, par week If lly, delivered, per yeor .. ..Il.to illy, by mall, per year ......Ji-00 Portly, by mall, par year .....%IM Feeklr. by mail par year ta O.eV.W-oo takon hold off nn tnlluonzn epidemic. I tho public generally will l>o grateful. | Wo presume that tho Board of Health | followed the old ndngp "an ounce ot ! prevention la better llian .1 pound of 1 euro" and (n the case of a wide-spread i affection like inftuenia it is a good old j adage to adopt. Dorter only a few ' cases by reason of precautions now, than an extensive epidemic through lack of precaution. Wherever the trouble has gained headway, schools, theatres and all other places of public gathering have bean closed, not. for a day or two hut until the epidemic subsides, which often is a week or more It is certainly better to be inconvenienced for a day or two If an epidemic may be avoided, rather than to be in conveuienred for a week or ten d.iy- * PASSING XJk&kto�rm Data* of axptry of snoscriptlooa op-fcamr dally on addroes laoeL AeoapV Wca of paper* r.fto. oxpir�Ufc� ,m�i>ngers. have been torpedoed and suuk and hundred" of lives los*. In K ranee i irie� and towns have been plliaqod and burned .is the Huu armie . re:r�a!�i. It is diflii ult to b>')iei,-Germany sincere in its reply to President Wilson's que�tions. There i� tood rcavin for people to hold th" .Pinion that Germany is merely bluffing, tiia* �ho is seekini: a recess in order to recuperate The allied nation* n;-.n' di�sec: th" reply carefully and must *atl*fy them�clve� as to re.il s-'ntiment b"hml the German reply Is Germany in earnest or Is sh� sparring for wind? One fact Is ontntandlnK and that i* Hanna. Alberta, is without gasoline, and won't have any for a week. - / John Bannister, an old time resident of N'elson. B.C.. Is dead. Commissioner Samis of Calgary will so?k re-election. , Hev. II. X Matheson of Namayo. has accepted a call to Glekhon Presbyterian church. ? S. Ta>Ior has been chosen as president of the Hed Cross association of Vancouver, in p'utco of Sir Charles Hibhert Ttipper. rcsigticd. Premier Stewart is doubtful about givitiK consent to tho completion of the Alberta and Great Waterways railway this year. About eight ratios have yet to be hunt. Owing to the prevalence at Toronto of the Spanish influenza, nr. Hastings, medical health officer, lias put tho ban on all conventions there, for one mouth. Bishop Fallon, of London, may lecture In Edmonton. No winter fair will be held at Re-gtna this year. Winnipeg T'kralnnns will erect a hall to cost $200,000. Lieut. Henry Grattnn N'olan. son of tho late. P. .1. N'olan. K.C., Calgary, was wounded In action. John Cumberland, father of T. J. Cumberland, l'incher Crock, died at Rrnmpton, Ont. Lieut. Lorne Campbell. M.C., former manager of Haird and Hotterell, Ed motiton. was killed in action. Ho was n native of Colborne. Ont. KB A. Wolr. formerly associate editor of the Grain Growers' Guido. has been appointed director of agriculture under tho Kural Credits act In Manl to ha. Mr IV Smi'h. of Vatn-ouvpr, H. C . was the applicant favored by the Pernio city Lieut. Ivan C. Mature, n nephew ot J. A. Maharg. MP. for Maple Creek and president of the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association, hna been council from a Held of 11 fori killed In action. 1 tiie p  ginee *i!ion of chief power house en-In pl.ice of II C't'.tt, resigned. Sapper Harry Deacon, who died the Military Hospital at was buried at Cranhrook. where, ho had been with the C. P. R. before enlisting. Capt Jack Toole, was hilled in action M.C.. Calgary, He is a brother Wm. Toole of that city, ncfore in | o Montreal, ' enlisting be was with the Canada Life BARONS CELEBRATES Started at 3 O'clock Sunday Morning and Sept It Up Till Daylight MENTIONED, NOT APPOINTED London, Oct. 12.-Tho Turkish embassy In Berlin officially confirms the report that Tntant Pasha, tho Turkish premier, nnd Bnvor Pasha, thy war minister, hnvo resigned, snyB a Central Nows aiupatah from Ametoii dam. It tlocB not, however, confirm (lib reported appointment of Tcwflk Pnsha, former nmbaasador to London, as premier, hut stating that ho with Izstet Pasha, former Turkish commander In chief, hove boon montioned for (ho premiership. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE w K. .'eli�daie. �oii of A of Jenner. died ot Trooper J r Wet.^l.ile. .) I wound'" on Sept I'Tth. Trooper Webs-dale, prior to enlistment, was a brake., man on tlv CPU. nmnlng out of Medicine Hat. V N'ash .ind P. (farrtnaton. two con. victs who es.-ap-d from the Kd-; monton penitentiary two months ato. : have b�.>n recaptured by officers of th� | penitentiary at their ennip in the bru�ti nejc ll.irrliead. thirty miles we�t of Westlo.k. Alberta. The vaiuahlf, IVnheron stallion Im-i pr,-gtiabli" owned by Mes�rs. lloughion land Sclin-'liie ot Caylev, died !a.-i i week Tne animal wm from tho fain-! ous liar 1' herd of Percheron* and that Germany hasn't been sufflrientlv j wor. a championship in Alhert.i and In Seattle The hors.j was worth ^HE PROGRESS cF THE WAR "Let the allied commander* dlcf.ve Jin terms ot an armittlte' That In effect Is President Wll�on � lB�*e? tin behalf ot the allies, to tho German offer of peace made on Sat vrday It Is the b*�t answer that eould bo fiven. Military nece��!tr has dlrtatcj the German peace mo�t\ and the great backdown In German pears terms l� the retuli, ^lllltarjr results fhould therefor* b� the guldlns prin-Jlplo In toy cosiictlerailon for an arm litlce iy>t forh �ay the word J! Is *vlden', that, if the German* irort actuated by rellliary 8e�*s*ity In thtlr an�**r maf in I I ternatlonal Uw; the Kaiser should be j treated as an arch criminal and pro^ | ertited and p.'inlshed. and �o should , � �v�rr one of th� war lard" This war sho'iM not nnd without Germany beln/; tnnde to realim that It his sinne! aealnst every law tn the moral code j and that It must suffer punishment for those dn�. (Tan the allies exact these! punintinieota at the sacrifice of countless thousand mo about IS Insurance Co.  Herniation* passed by the Domln ion government forb'.d the Royal Northwest Mounted Police and the Dominion police from joining labor-unions. The regulations have been adopted under order in council. The news reached Winnipeg of tho death in lxindon. Kncland, ot Miss Mary Rosalie Kanton. sister of Mm. J I) Clark nnd Sir Augustus Nanton. Mi�s .Vanton had made her home in London for the past ten years. Brig-Gen. Jack Stewart, the well* known Canadian contractor, has been made director general of construction of th" British armies In France and will have supreme decision of ull railways, docks, etc. Papers were filel at Iteglna by counsel for Miss Florence M. Page, a school teacher residing In Reglna, Instituting an action for 110,000 damages from Fred Tagge. Jr., of Strong-field. Sa�k. for alleged breach of promise to mnrry. Barons, Oct. 14.-Barons Tvas nwcTt-eiied In the early hours of Sunday morning by tho ringing of bells and the tiring of ahots; rushoil out In pyjamns and slippers eagerly scanning In all directions to discover where the fire was and Was very much surprised to team that the kaiser had practlftally thrown* no tho sponge and that Reeve Warnock was merely inviting tho townspeople to get up and celebrate. A crowd gathered In front ot Warnock & McKay'a pool room In no time and, led by tho Ttev. Malley on an organ brought down speclnlly for the occasion, gave vent to their feelings in tlmo honored fnshlon until tiny.' light. On the suggestion of the reeve a special Thanksgiving servlco was hastily arranged for 4 p.m. at the big hall. A record crowd, summoned mostly by telephone, taxed the capacity of the building. Mr. J. Donovan, B.L., delivered a very spirited and eloquent address In which he dwelt mainly on tho pride and thankfulness with which Canadians should think ot tho valorous deeds of our army In Flanders: contending, and quoting stacks of evidence to back up his assertion. Hint the Canadian soldiers have proved themsolves to be adsolntely the brnv-eRt of all the brave nllles. Mrs. tver-son snng "The Star Spangled Banner." the audience Joining lustily In the chorus, and Mrs. McClelland sang the sacred solo "Over tho Hill-Top." Mr. Malley preached a short sermon on "Why wo should do away with war." expressing the hope In closing that after the termination of the present awful conflict "swords would bo really turned Into plowshares and spears Into pruning hooks and that men should learn the art ot war no more." Mrs. Archie Campbell sang "O Canada." "My Country, 'Tla of Thee." and the national anthem. Including tho now verse "God Save our Splendid Men." and with cheers for Gen. Foeh, Pres. Wilson and Mr. Lloyd-George. SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. U.D.. D.C.L. Prwldtn* K V. F. JONES, Asj'iGaVL Manager SIR JOHN AlRD.CenaralHuufsr V. C. BROWN. Sup't of Central Western Branches Capital Paid Up, $15,000,000 * Reserve Fund,  $13,500,000 THRIFT To provide for the future It Is necessary not only to save, but also to provide a safe place for your savings. No better place can be found than, our Savings department. Lethbridge Branch.....R. T. Brytnncr, Manager - - - - J. H. S. Gordon, Manager ----- J. V. Steele, Manager Warner Branch Milk River Branch The Emergency Brake in Business Practically every business firm carries fire, burglar and accident insurance. What about Financial Insurance - a protection fund to provide ready cash when  sales fall off or collections are �low ? Start one. Put part of the yearly profits in a Savings Account in The Merchants Bank. Then, this Reserve Fund of undivided profits will be instantly available to carry the business safely through any financial stringency. TH? AVCRCHANTS BANK Head Office : Montreal, OF LR1HBR1DGB BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLEFORD BRANCH. CANADA Established 1804. R. .1. DINNING, M.fcan� tb*t (Jfrrmanj oan't akcape from a proper and Just punlsiiment. of thr whol� war h�� been nrh armi�* advanrme Monday Vrested Rtuilor*. th* fir*t larc� Bel-fi�n Hty tu b* reclaimed, from the Garraan*. and tl.*> u t:>.-k-'.y for !!v >�-ar Ures. unt�M the German J *,,jjnR Septi-mher Si*. 1HS. th- Sofa! �err*!�rv n-jsuriT. Mr*. II. K l'l-".t ' VMKNTS i To donati.ris to Hod Cro�.� j So. !��!>', Cilcury ....... | For Corirr.il Vv..\ ��T-'ftrt' I Sii'.:n StorkniK tiiud $15 ! Wool and Mwinis "uppliet . ' M�mb!n. luni-he* $2�>6 to Stand n>. fuir. and have the upper hand now and it is for I , r'.rht* ........ 50 00 . ... i Ktitertalnmpnt Kxp�n�p� . . !li*m to ilocide the nature of i!s� p-.m- r,, , G o K. hall  Ifl t�i Ishmant The next few days will re-( Musi.;.......... 106.IS veil the attitude ot allied r.atloni I I'riutSne..... 1J.50 If wa were to dUae.-t feeling as we J PoJtace, �t>- ............ flud it here, we would say that the | Wilson proposals of January S are not : BajtBi.fl C!, Hand �ufflct�nr- Genoany's deed* since' Banlt balant-e .. . . Jl,'.t 15 then warrant far more serere punish-1 Petty cash h-ld mant. ! secretary ..... 174 Since the above was written a summary of the reply to the latest note o army and navy was to rompletPly �ar renlor before enterinc upon the so.l of Oerniany. Germany njight adopt such a course to avoid war upon if* own territory. I'nder such a ror.dlt Ion the allies would be left without an er.cmy to fight. Nererthel"!* the allies iou!d punish the creators of the O-rmari war machine and the roen responsible for the innumerable In- Thi' Methodist j;'';l"ral conference: j d'x'l !� h\�tt.>m. j . j l.l.oit Col (TrftopeT) Mulhiy. or-| Kusi;:*r of tho "V.'tn tho-Wnr" conven-; it.m. :�f.>l pr�>mlr.-ittly connected with l!.;nr.i> Knti r.\>- movpTnent be-�w "a Ontitrio rnd Quebec, has been � appointed by Sir James Lourhued to ' ,i potiilon !n !he department of sold-j i.-r*' civil n-i I'eterboro. as a pre-i c.iutionary tn-uMire iiRainst the tnr-J Uht spread of Spanish lniluenta. j The municipal department of the j Saskatchewan Kovern'ment liu� ap-j prtMi-he'l the iirmfilpal of tho Raglna ) ColltKlato llmtitiito, with a vlnw to tho rtRCElPTS *l.iSS.ll 1 af. 5!> 11,741.70 of tha enemy has been published. It j By mamb�r�bip fess :>nd p'.nx .................. Donallona .............. fssli ............$ tit :�.". Stock .......... 40 )?, Fancy Work ... 1417", Fancy work sold at Falrlight acho.,1. 157 ,', Entertainments ......... In I OOF ball.. I4�',9 If, At Mr. Itouthier's. � 2;> 00 A* Mr. hs3'!*ll'"'r,'' n m Catering ................ l.unclu-s ........$|.',7.2& Ice cream, candy. etc............ f'O 4't Stand at fair ____ HI9.85 T*ia Kdmonton Bulletin objecta to1 the Food Board order concerning crenmery butter because it wasn't is sued in tha summer months. Had It been Utued In the summer month? the Bulletin would have protested that it should have been Issued In the spring and had it been issued in the spring, then the prevloua winter would have been proposed by the Ed montea against the government "now and terever" Journal. CSV  f.4ii '�> ItoldiiiK of u special night class for a limited number of returned soldiers wlnliinR t�> train (or municipal aecret-i.-iei and other municipal positions. In .i fit of despondency, brought on by failure to r.iise 1100 with which to make gfiod a sum he had stolen from his Rlrl, with whom he had a quarrel, Henry narsen, of Wilcox, Saek, nwalloued i-arbollc acid while in an automobile with a provincial oonM-ilite an 1 di.-ii aa ho reached the door of tho hoipltal. Tht> daylight '�avlnB plan has In-flici. i -a lo.-i i,? {'i.ooo on the electric Uht aid ijou.-i- department at Kdmon-j ton. ue ie-4:-^Ue4 nevertheless that P. \V. Oal vaith, oould not have been allowed to hit for Bed I>eer without a contest lie is a lite long Liberal, and while standing as a unionUt, he certainly would give the government Indepen dent support, lie is an able, thoughtful man, and would be a help to p,o00 to 1000 buaheln for Hale. Wm McMearey is back from Ionia-{ fail for-a few days, i P. CI. Barbing is loading a car of rattle for Calgary market. A. K Kendall left last evening on a business trip to Calgary. K O Cuddington has returned to Portland. Oregon, for the wlntnr,' with 1 of ,he tralnlni? his family. i 'rorn B'a'^ ''md A number of our local Rebekahs visited the Medicine Hut lodge Tuesday evening. W. A. Munro and wife leave In a , few days to spend the winter on the coast ! li. R Parker, Kthool Inspector, vis- \ ittxi our local CoiisolHiated school and reported very favorably of the progress we ara making In our school woik. Several of our local sportsmen have spent several daya about Bail Water Lake after chickena. All report splendid bags of gaaWt State control of all tho hospitals in Alberta is looming up as a likely Issue of the near future, and Hon. A. G. .Mai-Kay, minister of municipal affair* j and public health, haa come out strongly in favor of it. The government can hariiiy avoid the responsibility of gucli a move, aa be Beea it, and he has also expressed himself In favor hoo'n being financed instead of the cities hearing the em lie burden, as at present. CONDUCTED BY THAT YOU MAY LEND The Southern Alberta Wool Growers Assn. A Number of Grade Rims, Bred Locally, Good Sound Healthy Stock Will be Exposed far Sale Also ;