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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRlfaGE DAILY HERALD \VEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 191* Xetbbrfoae Iberalfc Xetbbttooe, Htbecta QAILY AND WMKUV Pt+prltfn and ��u�llehe*� fMB LtTHBKIDOI H�RALD PRINT. I NO COMPANY) LIMIT�D MS ��h �ti~rt Mirth, Lethfcrldfe W. A. Buctianan f*Ml4�at uA Menacing Dirae�et (�bo Torrance   Buelneee M TlLF.PHONtS llMlt Office .......... Otfloe .......... would show him that Canada 1b unyielding;. The money is needed, no matter whether the war finds next week or next year. The cost of tho j demobilization ot our forces will j mean a vast expenditure. Wo mot the i obligation of mobilising the forces, and maintaining them and wb must meet the cost, cheorfully and generously, of bringing the forces bark aud returning tbenj to civil life. We should make the Victory J.oan Ex-A;ld. Geo. Awrey, formerly Hamilton, died at Delhi, Ont. ot There are ."61 more cases ot In- sanity at Spokane. Wash., than there the biggest yet. it would provo to the j wero twj vear8 ug0 UM soldiers that Canada is back of them, whether it be peace or war. A slacker on this coining Liberty Loan must remember that lie will be in the Men-jnonite class. The Mennouttes never! Jersey City is to blacklist land-subscribe to war efforts and the yel- i lords who refuse to lease to tenants Dredging of tho sand bars on the Mississippi is under consideration of the War Department. low Canadian at this time, put in the same class. ubecrlptlen Rateet �ally, Cetljrered. par week ,12 he went to the est where ho waB engaged In T.M.CiA. work at Loth bridge, Alt*., and It was while ties of your eon. Houcq 1 write �s,u there that ho answered the call of hlsj hove. Pardon the liberty I take, and King and Country. On Thank.sgivyig credit It to a desire to help and corn-Day. 1915. which he said "was one of fort true .parents at -a time of such the happiest daya of his life." he en- j (treat anxiety, listed with a Battery, which hud as j With every kind wish, I remain Us Major, the lute A. B. Stafford. who| Yours sincerely.. Hervud six years. In 1903 tho highest position within tho gift ot tho county was conferfed upon hlra, that of war-don of Middlesex county. In 1900 Mr. Grlgg moved to atettler and whh appointed on tho first council of the town of Stettler. In August, 1909, ho , waa Elected mayor, In "which capacity lie greatly regretted that he coulc ho acted for throe years, when he re- pot visit you ero'his departure, but this was Impossible and I kndw thnt the parents who taught him lo bo a (.'hrjsllnn, will bo proud to hoar that ho was' always truq to that teaching. ' Jack Is a good soldier of Jesita Clirlst and I know that true pamrUR will he ijheeroil and helped to learn that their children are actlvo ln^the work of the Kingdom and why should we keep such good things to ourselves,.* Our Master whs choered by tho ointment: poured forth ho unstinting!}' upon Ills heart. As a parent I know that it will be'plonsant to hear from one who hud good opportunity of judging tho qua.ll- made the great sacrifice In July last year. ' Driver Wright left Lethbrldge for overseas on February 20th, llUO. crossing to France tho following July. From that time until his death, with A. H. DENOON. HNE TYPE OF CITIZEN whiclf he spent in Dundee with his I cousins he had been continuously at; the front. A sad feature was that lie' did not get home before going over- j ______ seas to bid his parents and friends j' ' '"' good-bye. � ' I The Stettler correspondent of the No greater tribute can be paid to j Kdmouion Liulleiin contributes tbe fol-hts memory than that conveyed in t!m lowing article about the death of'Sher- One Case Reported-Sheriff McDonald Receives Word Son Is Killed In Action. Macleod. Oct. la.-The next share right away by oversubscribing] of the supreme court will be held on the Victory Loan. ' I T�eS(ia>'- October V,, a l.irgt- number Aid. W. J. Shaw. Jr.. for several years Assistant Divisional Engineer of the Michigan Central Railway, has been appointed Chief Divisional En-j gineer with headquarters In St. ittlng' Thomas. I THE SPECIAL EDITION AND THE CELEBRATION It Is impossible to satisfy all the of cases are on tho -list, including jury cases. A meeting in the Interest of farmers was {told in the town hall, Macleod. Saturday, which was addressed houses b0 inspected by W. J. Stephens, B.A.. of Clarcs- A resolution, passed by the South Waterloo Trades and Labor Council is being forwarded to the Fuel Controllers in Gait, Preston and lies-peler. asking that >the cellars of all strongly In favor of the allied group! People. Even when news comes that holm Agricultural College on the sub of armies pushing on to Thellt andGermany Is on its last legs and wantsi lect of "Pasture and Fodder^rops ' r.H.n, * r.,,� ,h, enemv � I to make peace, there are those who ^� ad& ^v^'the �peAnTma' sbrste and those who think a cele-i farms wlth SUccess, and urged hi; tlon was not Justified.- Even the i hearers .to adopt such .methods, ti raid is criticised for issuing aJav�W In. .future this feed .-shortage, as clal on Saturday night with the; s�^�$& letter received by his mother at tho time ot his departure for overseas, from his minister. Hev. A. II. Dcnooti of Knox Church, Lethbrldge. now a! chaplain In France, I Lethbrldge. April 4th. I'.'!�. Dear Mrs. Wright: Iff Grigg. of Stettler, fathpr of A. M. Grigg, this city: Sheriff John Phillip Grlgg. who has been suffering tor some tlmo from Brlght's disease, died yesterday In tho Stettler hospital. Mr. Grigg was born In Mount Bryd You will bo surprised to receive a i ges. Middlesex county. Ont., In'1861. letter from one who is to you. person-1 He hud always takep a protulnont part ally a perfect stranger, and .yet I feel I In public ofralrs and In all positions that I have a right to approach you in i ot trust gave entire satisfaction. In fused to he. renominated. In September, 1914, ho was appointed sheriff, which office ho lielcl until his death. Mr. Orlgg leaves a wife, one (laughter, Elsie, and a son, Morley. The funoral will be held this aftornoon, when (lie hody will bo Interred In the Stettler cemetery, tho Masonic order officiating and alt business places closing untlj after the funeral. Mr. Origg was^hold in tho highest, possible esteem bV all who knew him and his loss win be keenly felt. The rteepoBt sympathy of the district is felt for the bereaved onos. STEAMER AFIRE. An Atlantic Porl, Oct. 16.-Tho coastwise steamer Blvalle, of the Morgan line, which plyB betwaea New York and gulf ports, was reported coming into port this afternoon afire. RELEASE BRITISH. London. Oct. 15.-(Canadian Press Dispatch from Routers.)'-Router's agency earns that the Bolshovikl government has agreed to release the remaining British officials remaining in Ilussla. THAT YOU MAY LEND Ghent, and as a result the enemy is hurriedly evacuating Ostend. Ills hold on Zeeburggo Is also precarious, and there two submarine bases will Boon be in allied bands. Jl lull in the fighting in the Cam-brai-St. Quentin sector has occurred but'further north Doual and Lille will be" the centre 'of activity for some time. These two cities are in a deep aalient from which the enemy must Bove rapidly to extricate himself. Six miles advance east of Laon has been registered and a great further retreat must be made here before the Huns can stand on an effective line of ' resistance from Hiraon to Mezlerei. In the south, in the Argonne and along the Meuse the Germans are fighting desperately, for the potential new line of'resistance would be seriously menaced should any great allied avalanche .be allowed in these sectors. In Serbia the allied armies now dominate the Morava river, a tributary to the* Danube, and within a few days lighting on the Danube may be expected. Turkey is in a bad way. They want peaxe, and the only terms upon which they can get it is by unconditional urrender. A move lo this direction way be expected any day Rev. James Archibald MacNeSIl, pastor ot Western' Methodist church,. Ottawa. rfiedTSf pnwrmonia following influenza. He.was in His thirty-eighth year and was a fnjUva.'of Ormstown, Que. . � , . T1.& closing of schools, theatres and ---------------------- ---------out the nec^sity orhaving good clean i To^lJ^l/v" ^ w" WhUelaw we would have been criticised if we \ seed in order that the result of. the I ^nSafteaUn tejceV In �der to tamp out an epidemic ot Spanish in en it publicity. There are always running about the people who live on criticism and dellgbt in talking about how they would do things if they had the opportunity. It is people of this type, who have sat in arm chairs and settled the war two and three years ago. Some people may have celebrated because they thought peace had been arranged. If they did it was due to their ignorance, not to any published statement, Those who celebrated because of Germany's admission of defeat, were justilied. Many people have been aching to celebrate recent The first appearance ot Spanish Flu' in Macleod. was discovered on Saturday, a young woman Just arrived from Toronto complained of cold, and on, . ... . . . arrival of the doctor he pronounced "'ho c0"'^ do so atarted Tom he it Spanish, Flu', and quarantined the1 town- Thrce ,adle!i walked 10 Belle-house. The M. H. O. has sent out'in- fluenza. Aftex the first explosion at the Trenton, Ont.. explosive plant, everyone Mructions to report all- cases of Illness without delay, sothatiit may be taken In time and JI possible stamped out. ; $\ Sheriff McDonald received word that his son Archie was killed In action during one of the late battles. Archie enlisted in Calgary, after reaching France he transferred to-tho 10th Battalion, where he has heen up to the time of his death. He was a young man only "6 years of age. Pte. Gay returned Saturday morn-war victories and Saturday night save i ing. Vie went with the 192nd,r and them the chance. What harm did it do? j had been in France only u few months Later on they can celebrate peace and j wllPn he was Sassed. After spending the home coming of the boys. Celebrations of Saturday night's character won't hurt anybody. As for the Herald issuing specials, there is no apology D. C. COLEMAN, THE NEW WESTERN V. P. D. C. Coleman, the C. P. H.'s new' rfce-president in the west, is another' of the young Ijrood, like E. W. Beat-ty, Baron Shaughnessy's successor aV .president. Coleman and Beatty might be taken for a pair of boys Just out of college, but no matter their youth-fol appearance, they Vnow the railroad business thoroughly. They have worked up from the lowest rungs of the ladder. Their training was under the geniuses ot the big road. Bury and Bhaughnessy, Mr. Coleman has been in the west for a number of years and it |s his complete knowledge ot the west, with his other qualifications gained by experience, that Iisb brought about his recognition. He has had a marvellous career so far and he is not at the top of the ladder yet. two months in an hospital ho rotnrn ed. to he taken by trench fever and was sent tor England in March, where he has been since, up to the time ot returning home. ,, v,, .,-,,,,� ai,. iiiaHirf - nani ,, ,' Pte- Walker returned Sunday night, to be offered. The 'Herald went to ajhavlnB t.ome {rom Calgiiry. ,,. wa3 little expense to give the people im- wounded in March in the shoulder. portant news, as did most other en-(and has at the present no use ot his terprislng Canadian and American ! arn1, ')ut is t0'(' ,llat "l0 UBeVw'1! fe papers. It will be our practice to continue that practice, whenever big news breaks. .. . , turn in time. He was a member of the Strathcona Horse all the time he. was In France, and thinks they are j the only corps to belong to. Before enlisting he was a member of the i.I. B. staff, his- father resides 'in ^Macleod* "' ; At the court Tuesday afternoon The Hun is trying to make a home Walter Hatton was given a year-mis-run \ pended sentence, and JlOQlUW btrnd. ville. One man was s.een carrying a billiard cue, another a loaf of bread and a third leading a horse. Mrs. Delina Bidard, an employee of the Paisley House, Xapanee. threw her illegitimate five months' old child into tho Napanee Hiver to get rid of it, as she could not keep her Job and look after It. She is in Napanee Jail on a charge of murder. The British Government has declared war on rats. In the Interests of the food supplies, which, It in alleged, they have sadly-depleted, a united campaign is to bo waged against them by all the local authorities of England, Scotlcnd and Wales. Competitive examinations tinder the direction of the civil service commission will be held at the following points in western Canada on Nov, 15: Prince Rupert. Victoria, Vancouver, .Nelson. Edmonton, Calgary. Moose Jaw.-Saskatoon, itegina, Brandon, Win ttlpeg and Port Arthur. \ Hold fast! THE COMING VICTORY LOAN ',Don't slacken up on war effort just ' betausa the Germans are throwing up ; their hands and clamoring for 'peace . I-Mow Is the time to deliver the i ^rushing- blows, that will make the ; enemy accept the dictates'ot a worl^, jlb|t wants war and autocracy buried latitat,they will never rise again. >V'Canada's Victory Loan should be The 'flu Isn't any Joke. Treat it seriously, and It may not get you. ORION Orion, Oct. I.") -Mrs. Jas. Ii'vlne'pas _ arrived here from Scotland and Is , . � j staying with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Dick- Sinking ships and taking countless \ son. We hope Mr. Jrvlne, who is In lives makes the German peace pto- ! the artillery, will return sare.-and ..-..i . ^ni�n�,i.h� h.^.m,.! .� ! sound when the ffghtlng is over, posal a downwrlght hypocritical at- j T|io ,ervjCM a, ,no. 0rion church fair. i were continued each evening except Friday, when a number went over to The Pincher Creek Echo has advanced the subscription rate to $2 a HYereubaerlbed. That would mean a rumors that the draft is not getting Manyberrles. On Saturday cvonini Rev. Woods' subject was "Tlio Church." Sunday aftornoon at two year. The increased cost of paper j o'clock, there were two candidates warrants the advance, WeeWy news- j for baptism, after which tho sacra-papers, like daily newspapers, can't' ment of the Lord's Supper was par-, . . . .. . , 1 taken of by a goodly number. Tho afford to lose money on tho white iubJect SuJ,(lay even|ng ,,elng Cbvls. paper they use to print the news. ; t(anlty a chailengo to the world. The ' i....... '�. church was packed and the preacher The Toronto Globe and the Toronto ! W!*� followed with tho keenest inter. ,, .. . , . , . .. . lost. The results from tho special nor-Mail and Empire demand that the, v((,os nave heen yary -g�a>  .,.,;', Rev. J. W. Macintosh, pastor of St~ Paul's church, Prince Albert, Susk., has been called by tho ProsbylorlHn home mission board to tnlte charg^o of | the Ruthenian training school there In place of the Hev. It. C. Othen who is (ailed to Winnipeg to take charge of all Ruthenian training work In that city. Mrs. Sarah J. Knight, Of Edmonton, was acquitted of sedition in Winnipeg. In his judgment, which took 'id mln-utt's to deliver. Sir Hugh John Mac-Donald said that. Mrs. Knight's reported utterances construed as seditious. While permissible in pence tlmos, they wore dangerous In times like these. Colonel J. S. Dennis, C.M.G., has been appointed Red Cross commissioner for Siberia. Colonel Dentils, whoso homo Is in Calgary. Is now on his way west, lie Is familiar with conditions in Siberia, from residence both In Northwest Canada and in Russia, where bo Is a member of the Russian Investigation committee, Dr. Charles Nicoll'e and . his colleague, iir. i,. k. Bailey, who Isolated the. microbe causing.Spanlnh lnfluonjt'a at tho .Pasteur institute at Tunis, of which Dr. Nicollo MiinlUector, annott'n coh that tho germ is''too'small to lie visible with thB microscope.1 It has been clearly itlcnitfl***-' however, be cause by its us0-the lifts been reproduced in a niohltey arid a man. 617? ;