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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE> tETHgJ#k* ^Alfelf *teRAI^ XVKDNESDAl'r OCTOBER Ifl, 191* XctbDtiDfle, Hlftcrta OAIUY AND WMKUY Pr*vl�t�M and �u�ll���w� f NB kCTHBIMMt l�R�N� INa COMPANY, LlMITBP m Btrvct Muth, t�thkrlda� W. A. Bmhanan fmliMt aad MaaaciBC Olraaiar faha tonanea -  Builnwa TILKPHONB* GBSS :::::::::: would aUow him that Canada ie �n-yteldior. The money is needed^ no matter whether the war ends next week or next year. The cost of the demobilization of our forces will mean a vast expenditure. We met the obligation of mobilising the forces, and maintaining them and we must meet the cost, cheerfully and generously, of bringing the forces back and returning them to ciTll life. We should make the Victory .I.,oan the biggest yet. It would prove to the soldiers that Canada is back of them, whether it be peace or war. A slacker on this coming Liberty Loan must remember that he -will be In the Men-nonite class. The Mennonltes never subscribe to war efforts and the yellow Canadian at this time, must bo put in the ^ame class. PICKED trm ' iukwsriptlan Ra�wi taUarerad, par waak MttT. *y �aalJ,- liar T-r...... ra�Wy..>y vr rm* �� raakly, toy matt par r�W *� tMLJMa �r authority to coBtbaa tfca GET READY! 'Canada -ihaa -greats praUema .to face and ahe'calla-on her people to 'finance ,thain.  Sh�. aaka them to pool their-praapeHty,-at-prea-cnt to phenomenal, in,order that it rnay in acme vvay be preserved^ - Therefore Canadians mtiat' sawe to Uand. You haven^t-foufht/ar you couldn't fl|(ht. But you can dp somathing. ' If you are a-good citizen you wiii place youraelf in a jpoaltion to lend llbarally^ That will help a araat ideal. Qet ready now to meet'-tha financial recruit-infl officer,'whari' he ealla on you! tHE PROGBRpSS .OFiTIHE WAR. ,].:.�� Fo'ch's''.hammar blows in Flanders ajifflh the ATgonne-'are-eftejAite'ans-wers to the German peace more, whloh^:�emI^olalr4lapatches declare, wa�:d}ctated hjr Von Hiadeahnrewho knawf^hetter than Jmy cWlian tb� pre-oaVii^a/WlUon i which the enemy I^ijaj'^ipiaelivioda^ weftern icont I*a,A business thoroughly. They have �worked up from the lowest rungs of t^e ladder. Tbeii* training was under tha geniuses of the big road, BUry and pbaughnessy. Mr. Coleman has been ittthe west for a number of years and it'is his complete Toiowledge of the wept, with hia other qualifications ffined by experience, that has brought about his recognition. He has had a marvellous career so far and he is not at-the top of the ladder yet. AUTOCRACY MUST BE OVERTHROWN President Wilson did not waste any time in replying to Germany. It was the sort of a reply that we all hoped he would make and it is so clear and emphatic that the Germans can't misunderstand it � The Boche may Tfave had an idea ha could fool the allies into an armistice, but the president spoils that prospect. The .Allies, he. declares,, must retain military supremacy and the allied military leaders are left to decide upon what it is to be. We can surmise what it will he; it means unconditional surrender and nothing less. The president puts the criminals cap on the head of the Hun once more. He recalls the crimes on land and. sea ot last week and says thlre can be no thought of a peace with a nation so barbarian and so hypocrit leal as to resort to infractions ot international law at a time when It waa proposing peace and seeking an armistice.'. President Wilson demands autocracy's overthrow. There can be no end tt) the struggle until that is assured. The war would be lost were autocracy not thrown into the refuse heap. It is our business^now to bond every energy to finish the job we have had on our hands since 1914. The men in the trenches are doing their part to the credit of themselves and of Canada; those of us at home can do our share right away by oversubscribing the Victory Loan. ' Ei-A1d. Geo. Awrey, formerly of Hamilton, died at Delhi, Ont There are 351 more eases ot insanity at Spokan?, Wash., than tliere were two years ago. Dredging of the sand bars on_ the Mississippi is under consideration of the War Department. Jersey City is to blacklist landlords who refuse to lease to teuants with children. Flight Lieut C. S.'Booker, son of the Mayor of Hamilton, died ot wounds received in France. The Heidelberg, _a.,.t�eU-knpvTO German saloon in St. Louis, a resort of Gerftian-Americans, hhs been closed. Rev. Jas. G. Lewis, D.D., assistant priest of St. Mark's church, Toronto, Is dead at the age of 63 years. J. Wilson, Pincher Greek, and G. A. Peacock, Ensign, are In recent' lists of casualties as wounded. Crops from the demonstration plot at Camp Dlx, X.J., planted and cultivated by the soldiers, are valued at $35,000.. JThe wife of Rev. G. A. Mcintosh, ! pastor ot McLeod St. Methodist j church, Ottawa, died of influenza. She was a sister of Senator Turriff. Three years in Stony Jlovlntain penitentiary and a fine of ?1,000 was the peoialty imposed upon .^Michael CharitonofE at Winnipeg, for having seditious and objectionable literature in his possession. Rev. W. J. Wood,'Methodist mlnistw at Newmarket, Ont., is dead. Idaho is belng^ oiganiied lor auto truok hauling of grain to railway ter-nilnsris speedily �a possible. Former wine-grape acreages in California are being converted to the growth of other.crops. THE COMING ;V19TOBY LOAN v|'i)Oon't slacken up on war effort just [Ikecause the Germans are throwing up I thiir 'hands and' clamoring for 'peace. i|V.jirow Is the time to deliver the f'4^ahing' blows, that will make the ['i|Mmy accept the dictate8'-x)t a worl% jUi|t w;anta war and autocracy buried I j^'^tUat jthey will never rls^ again. ^ feiCan***'* Victory Loan should be I'f'^rBubB^ribed. That would mean a ,W�forln�siblov-;,to the,,Boche.- ^,it th THE SPECIAL EDITION AND THE CELEBRATION It is Impossible to satisfy all the people. Even when news comes that Germany is oh its,last.legs and wants to make peace, there are those who celebrMe and those who think'a cele-*raflon >TO � Wot: jn8tlllpd>i;^^ ;the fieiwW is orificS^a ''fd* '-iffsfiing 'a, special on Saturday night with the text of 4he.: German reply. Of course we would'have^ been criticised If we had Idcked.the-news up, and not glr-en^it publicity;' There .are always running about the people wh6 live on criticism and delight 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 be-causje of Germany's admission of defeat, were justified. Many people have been aching to celebrate recent war victories and Saturday night gave them the chanee.WTiatharmdiditdo? Later on they can celebrate peace and the home coming of the hoys. Celebrations of Saturday- night's character won't hurt anybody. As for the Herald issuing-specials, there is ncj apology to he 'offered,. "The'HeKild;went to a little 'expefis'd to give the people Important news, ,as did most other enterprising Canadian and American papers. It will 'be our practice to I' LEOO One Case Reported-Sheriff McDonald Receives Word Son . Is Killed In Action. Macleod, Oct 15.-The next sitting | of the supreme court wiH be held, on Tuesday, October 15, a large number of cases are on the -list,-, ihcluding jury cases. A meeting in the interes,t pffann-j trollers" in Gait. Preston and H'ea- H. W. Pursel, a well known western, Ont&rlo hotelman.-died nl Leamlng-ton. - , Lieut Christopher, a lUPUibei;' of the firm of Samuel Trees and Co., Toronto, (\-as killed In action. Negro women'of "WilUa-msport Pa., decided at a meeting that they would not work for less than $2 a day. Sales of auto trucks to farmera In South Dakota exceed those of any previous: year. - John Stewart, aged eleven years, was drowned in a tank oar of gasoline that was being unloaded on the C. P. R. at Hamilton. Salvation Army has purchased' a residence at Winnlpeig with the idea/ |>of remodelling the property for hospital purposes. Ridgetown and Blenheim; Ont, have become dissatislSed with "daylight saving" and have p'uSheil their clocks back an hour. Capt A. B. Duncan, son of Rev. G. P. Duncan, Presbyteriati minister. Port Credit was killed in action. Another brother was killed earlier in the war. Authority has been given the In-gersoll Council by- the Provincial Board ot Health to appoint a medical officer of healttt to succeed Dr. Can-field, who refused to resign. Rev. X. H. McGilliyrary ot Knox Presbyterian church'," St Thomas, has accepted a call to the congregation formed by the union'dt First and Knox Presbyterian churches in St Marys. Aid. W. J. Shaw," Jr.. tor several years Assistant Dlyi^,lppal , Engineer ot the Michigan Central Railway, has been appointed Chief Divisional Engineer w'ith h.ea:dyrlght, artillery, ofliciaUy reiiorte^ killed in action,'. August ',J9th. Director. Bectyds." 1, Driver ,Tohh Stenhouse AVrlght, who 'waa.l.wenty-nine year's of ago, was the eldest' son ot Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H, ['Wright He was born, and spent his boyhood on the mountain, and was a member.otJCnox Presbyterian church. He was a pupil of CoUlngwood Cqllc- Siate Institute and Business College. �^Ib 1912 he wont-to the est where he was engaged in V.M.CwA. work at Lethbridge, Alta., and It ��:as while there that he answered the call of his King and "Country. On Thanksgiv^g Day. 1915, which he said "was one of fort true-parents at; *; time of such the happiest^ days of his life," ho eu-1 great anxiety. . . comfort to a true moUier to know that ^ea^s"' lateV^wrs'made'lirst 'Toputy to^VSJ'*^-*-^'**-^''^"^"^'' ^-"'^^ raeveand also a member of the county how y'ou-.j for the .^^'pHNitiut yow will l|o, proud to know thiit he so ^-eadlly responded to the call of duty. He is a fine boy and in this city hIa influence was over on the right side. The Bible Class expressed their a^jpreclatlon of his character and ability/and as his minister r would likato'hoar testimdny to'hls Christian manhood. ed meabor ot the cAiuhty council and served six yeara.. In 1908 the highest position within the gift ot the county was conferFed upon him, that of warden of Middlesex county, ta 1906 Mr. Grigg moved to Stettler and was appointed on the first council of the town of Stettler. In'August, 1909, he was Elected mayor', in which capacity He greatly regretted that, he coul(� ho acted for throe year*, when he re- not visit you'ere'Ills departure, hut this was iinposslble and I kndw that the parents who taught him to be a Christian will he ftroud to hfear^that he was' ahyays., trjie to that teaching. � Jack is a good'soldier of JdsUs Ch^st" and 1 know that true parerits �(Vl)l b'e' Qheered .and helped to learn that tlielr children are active In "the work of the Kingdom and, why'sfio^ild we keep such good things to otirselves..* Our Master Avtis cheered, .fiy. the ointnieni; poured forth bo unstlntingiy upon His head, ^s.a parent-I,know, that It wUl be-pleasantto hear from"one who had good opportunity of judging the.qunll-ties of your son,. Hence:.I wr.lta aa^a-bove. Pardon the. llborty I' take, and nroiiit it to a desire ito help and com- ers was held In the town halt Mac leod, Saturday, which was addressed by W. J. Stephens, B.A., 'of Clares-holm Agricultural College on the. subject bf "Pasture and 'Fodder rhaTing good plaari seed in order that the reajilt of;"the harvest time may give theMesiredir'e; suit ., : The first.app^aranpe of ;SpaniBh,;'^h' In Macleod, was tdiseovered on^^Satiir. day, a young woman just xirrlved .from Toronto complained^ of cold, and on arrival of the doctor; he pronounced it Spanish, Plu', and "quarantined--the house. The M. H. O. has sent oiityh-structions to report- allV cases ot Illness without delay,- 80-tKit-flt may be taken in time and il possible stathsied out � ;  #1 Sheriff McDonald - received . word that his son Archie was killed In action during one of the late baftles. Archie enlisted In Calgary, ;a!ftar reaching France he transferred tib-the 10th Battalion, where he has 'jjeen up to the time of his death; He ^aa a young man only 26 years of age. ^ -Pte. Gay returned. Saturday 160:71-ing. He went -with the 192nd,^ and had heen in France only a few motjths when he was gassed. After spending two months in an hospital he returned, to be taken by-trench fever, and was sent tof England |n March, -where, he has, been since, up to the tirhe of returning home. � -.. Pte. Walker returned Sunday nigh.t, having come from Calgary. He, was wounded in March in the shoulder, and has at the present no use of his arm, but is told that the'' use^viir return In lime. He was a member of the Strathcona Hor>je all the time.he continue that pra'clice, whenever big {was in France, and thinks they are news breaks. >..,.� 1 the only corps to belong to. B'etore �'_ i enlisting he was a member of tge H. TT ,j . ^. � ' i B. Staff, his- father Tesides In JMac- Hold.fast! ^; ' . ; \'. ' j M. the court. Tuesday aftern'o9n The Hun is tryingl^to make a home ' Walter Hatton was given a year* suspended sentence, and $10Q0.00 bopd. The 'flu Isn't any joke. Treat it seriously, and it may not get you. Sinking ships and taking countless lives makes the German peace proposal a downwrlgbt hypocritical affair. The Plneher Creek Echo has advanced the subscription rate to $2 a year. The increased cost of paper warrants the''advance. WeeWy newspapers, like daily newspapers, can't afford to lose money on the while i pa^er they -iise to print the news. ORION Orion, Oct l.^.-rMrs. Jas. Irvine''ljas arrived here from Scotland and' ts slaying with Mr. and Mrs.. Jas. Dickson. We hope .Mr. Irvine, who is !n the artillery, will return 3afe.->-and sound when the fighting is over. ,. The services at the � Orion church were continued each evening except Friday, when a number went over to Manyberries. On Saturday eve'ning Rev. Woods' subject was "Tlie Church." Sunday aifternoon at ' t\YP o'clock, there were two candidates for baptism, after which the sacrament ot, the Lord's Supper was partaken of by a goodly number.' The subject Sunday evening being Chris-i tlanity a challenge to the world. The church was packed and the preacher peier. asking thatiithe cellars-of all houses be Inspected." Rev. James Artlhlbald MacNelll, pastor of Western'MAhodlst'church,, Ottawa, diedTif'pnwnnoBia -following; influenza. He.w^as is liis thirty-eighth year and wa^ a iajtiv4;of. Ormstbwn,: Que. '.v-/ J . � 'i^ ^\  - '  The closing, of sclioolp, theatres and other pubKc; slaees-, .tn. Edmonton is fo�ecastad^*br' Df, ,g';'-W. Whitelaw, city medical hedlth'4flicer In order to stamp out an epidemic of Spanish Influenza, f ' ^ , :Af^^ the first exDiQijofl at the Trenton, bnt., explosive . plant,- everyone who could do so started from the town. Three ladles walked to Belleville. One man was.Aeen carrying a billiard cue, another a loaf of bread and a third leading a'horse. Mrs. Delina Bidard, .an employee of the Paisley House, "Napanee, threw her illegitimate five months'.old child into the Napanee River to get rid of it, as she could not keep her j^b and :look after it She Is in Napanee jail on a charge ot murder. " � The British Government has declared war on rats. In the interests ot the food supplies, which, it ia alleged, they have sadly-depleted, a united campaign Is to be waged against them by all the local authorities of England, Scotland and Wales. The Toronto Globe and the Toronto I was followed with the keenest i.iiter- Mall and Empire demand that the Government inform the country of the number of men thus far raised under the Military Service Act The gov-ernmfent should take the people into its confidence and let them know the facts. The truth can't be worse than rumors that the draft is not getting the .meB-.....-..... est. The results from the special services -have been . vary satlefactpry, the attendance has bhen good at every service and In addition tcf. Ills preaching Rev. Wo6d8;-contribHt'Qd to the musical part of the servljseB.. Mi85 Woods.and the choir also h6Jp�d in giving special music, i . � Thanksgiving Day was observ^'ras a holiday'Tiere, Some have gon Mr. Grigg leaves a wife, one daughter, Elsie, and a .son, Mortey. The funeral wilt be heI9, this afternoon, when the body will be Interred In the .Stettler cemetery, the Masonic order officiating and all - business places closing until after the funeral. . Mr. Grigg waa^held In the highest possible esteem by. ajl Who knew him and his loss will" hf? keenly tplt The deepest sympathy of this district ia felt for the bNeayed ones, -;-'"'.'' I.. I * STEAMER AFIRE. SHERIFF GRIGG WAS A RNEIYPEOFCITIZEN The Stettler correspondent of ' the Ednipnfon Bulletin c'ohtributos the following al'tlcle about the death of Sheriff Grigg, of Stettler fatbpr of A. M. Grigg, this city: Sheriff John P;ii!llp Grigg. who has been suffering tor some time from Bright's disease, died yesterday In the Stettler hospital. ' ' Mr. Grigg was born in Mount Bryd-ges. Middlesex county, Ont, In 1861. He,had always takega prominent part in public' of fairs and In all positions ot trust gave entire satisfaction. In An Atlantic Port, Oct IB.-The coastwise steamer Blvalle, of the Morgan line, which plys betwMB New York and gulf ports, vftB reported coming into port this atternopn afire. RELEASe BRITISH. London, Oct. IS.-{Oanedlan Presfl Dispatch . from Rom�srB.)'-T-R6nter'.s agency earns that th^ Bolshevikl government has agreod to'releaie the remaining British officials "renitilning in Russia, � ; ':' S35^ THAT YOU MAY LEMD The miiversal military service A Soldier*s offerinig to bis sweetheart is naturally the sweetmeat that gave him most refreshment iarid greiat-est entoyment when on duty. The flavour tai^ 118 4374 ;