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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1918 Xetbbtibae "(beralb DAILY AND W��KVV Prar-imr* and PiibllaMm rH> LKTH*fllOQK HlRALD PBINT-INQ COMPANY, LIMITKD �n Mk.atTMt teuth, Lathbrldf* W. A. BuchaRan �rwMwt and MMBCins OlrMtor f�kB Torranoa -  Bualnaaa Maaaga* TILRPHONM aalaaaa Ottioa .............Iorth .Bay, will apply to Parliament next session for a divorce from her husband, Henry James Campbell, Toronto. A. D. McTier has been appointed as vice president in charge of C. P. R. lines east of Port Arthur with bffice in Montreal. During the past summer 7,993 lots were cultivated under the auspices of the Edmonton Vacant Lots Garden association. Of these 2,SIS were al-loted in blocks of from one to thfe^ lots. A. S. Mt-Donald. of Reglna. who has been employed in the service of the C. P. R- for 35 years as locomotive foreman in western Canada, has been superannuated and will take up his residence in British Columbia : James Davis, of the Maple Creek district, recently arrested at Creston, B. C was convicted of -uttering seditious language at Maple Creek and fined S300 and costs. Davis m*de the seditious remarks durin/ a heated argument, some time ago, and afterwards left the district There were 6,123 deaths from Spanish influenza in 30 American cities during the week ending Oct. 12, as compared wtih 19 the week ending Sept. 14, when the disease first started in New England, in the,same period there were 4,409 deaths from pneumonia. It is estimated thai the-number of women attending the University of Saskatchewan this year will exceed that of last year by twenty or thirty. Over ninety women were enrolled last year. This year threa women have enrolled in law, one in pharmacy and one in agriculture.' Last year two women enrolled in pharmacy. John G. WatsonI postmaster at Ayr, Ont., l3 dead,-aged 71 years. Hon. F. B. Carvell spoke at Medicine Hat last night. Alice Wellmao/ was commitied at Wallaceburg on a charge of bigamy. Nursing Sister M. E. Green, graduate of the Medicine Hat hospital, died at Btaples, France Kingston's police department has started to enforce the "work or fight" order. Belleville reports death of Thomas Thomson, S4. Deceased was born In Scotland. Major S. B. VanKleek, formerly practising law in Vancouver and Armstrong, B. C, was killed in action. Kenneth Ca&ipbell. a pioneer citizen, is being mentioned as a can^ didate for the mayoralty for Brandon. Mr. Campbell was for many years a grain mjarchant In the Wheat city and was afterwards postmaster for eight years. With grapes soiling at $60 a ton Niagara growers realize that conditions tor grape growers were never better In tho history of Canada. Lieuti, Cecil: J. French'M.G., elder son of F, W.' French principal of Blora High School, was killed in ao-Uon, Observatory at Gonzales HIU, B. C, reports that lasting for five hours, severe earthquake shocks wore recorded on the seismograph, at an estimated distance of 3,700 miles. O. E. Fleming, a Red Deer farmer, has some extra large turnips In his crop this year. One root weighed 14 pounds and there are many more running from six pounds up. He also has grown parsnips this season over two feet in length, and ot^ proportionate dimensIonB otherwise. Both' turnips and parsnips were produced from home grown seed. A farmer near Saskatoon sowed slightly over 200 acres in wheat last spring. First the lack of rain retarded growth considerably; then the high winds Aid some damage, and finally hall caused a tojal loss of fifty acres. But, remarkable to relate he has just completed his threshing and BRITISH LOSS IN LIFE NEAR8 MILLION London, Oct. 16.-Up to tho present nearly 1,000,000 British lives have been Bucrltlced in the war, according to' Information received by Renter's Limited. ? ? ? \ his crop has averdgecl 16 bushels to the acre, including' the 50 acres completely hailed out. And the most of It wont No, 1 northern. A real ploneer'tft' British Columbia died on the 4lh In.st, of heart failure on his ranch ,at Hall's Prairie, In the person of Donald i\IpPhadon, who came west i,u 1862, by-vtlie Panama route, dug � 'tor gold ih the Cariboo, and then opeljpd a gMieral store at Kamloops. Coming to New Westminster in 1884, ho started a store and was later elected to the city council. " A 17-year-old boyiat Edmonton was fined $30 and costs'ind sentenced to Imprisonment foh 30'Tl'ays on a charge of receiving a stolen umbrella. The ja'tl sentej^ce was suspended for three months, pending the youth's good behavior. He told the magistrate that he had employment and was receiving a wage of $4.SO a flay in a largo indus- trial ostabllBhment, but was sending all hla.monoy to.his parents, who are living on a farm. lie had been working, said, aihcie ho ^as eight years of ago.- Tho MothWdlst 0^'rtoral conference at Hamilton 'nittde''the- following appointments;." Book.'ateward, Halifax, F. W.f"MoBh?r,-HaUf?ik, N.S.; General Secretary of Sunday^ sohPOIg, and Young.People^B Sociotlea, Rev. Frank Lnngtoi'd,', 'Toronto; goiferal secretary forelgtt njilqsion^, Roy;yam(3S Bndlcott, Toronto'; secretary torVard movement in missions, fteVi P. C. Stephenson, Toronto; g^jieral stjcret^lly of evangelism and.''8Qcial s'ervlce,� Rev. T. A. Moore, 'PoVohtb; .editor ot Hie Chris- the ,afenday school ,pe^c|iitcal�), Rev. Dr. c.--Grfwes, :Toron^o; general secretacy 6t homo iijlMltmsi Rev, Chas. E. Mtwnin^,; Tdrcirijfo._^^j,^ MAY LEND are endangering their lives ~-on the battlefields, feel outraged when they find enemy aliens enjoying all the prosperity^ of the war and not making a single sacrifice. Premier Borden has declared that it is impossible to conscript alien labor. If it is, then all aliens who are subjects of Canada should be called up for military service and treated on the same basis as all other Canadians. The United States is calling its foreign born citizens to servic6 and-why not Canada? In another respect also the government ia subjected to warranted criticism. It is passing some valuable regulations that it is not effectively enforcing. The loafer's ordinance is one. There should be no loafihg permitted in Canada. Every man ought to be made to fight or work. The man who finds, fault, with union government is usually an individual, who nfever had any sympathy with the government and is only too eager to criticize it. The citizen, who realizes the great problems the government has to deal with, cannot but conclude if he is an impartial observer, that the government hifs done well since it was formed. Most of the faults that have been found with the government originate through ignorance of the purpose .of the government's action. When conditions are explained to a fair minded critic, the reason for tho criticism offered, Is in most instances, removed. The government needs to relieve the great restleasnea� ot the public about the Mennonites without delay. Explanations that there is no law to keep these people out of Canada and no law to make them accept military seivice, are not satisfying. If there are no ;>uch law.s, the people demand that such laws should be , passed. There is an almost unanimous opinion .tiiat no clap of people ^should be allowed to enter Canada, who are not prepared .^to "^accept Military Service, and bear 'all^UiB responsibilities of citizenship. 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