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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Vnm T.FTimr\mGE daily herald KIllDAY. OCTOBKK 18, 11)1� Xetbbrtfc$e Iberalb Ittbbri&de, HlDcvta ft** C EUpHltjII � Mid rublUhir^ LffHtftfDOE HERALD PRINT- MM c0*�PANY, LIMITtC Mrwrt South, L�thbrld|. W. A. Buohar.in M� Manstftur Director � � - Businns Masmm BUY A VICTORY BOND There was once a rich man who, having been brought up in luxury, .ind ease by indulgent parents, viewed with complacency the sight of his aged mother on her %vay to the poorhouse. "Having gotten from her everything I can." he-remarked, "I have nothing to regret." This man is born brother to the citizen who lias not bought a Bond. Don't belong to tho family. Buy a Bond! -Life. BOOTLEGGER SAID 10 HAVE CLEANED G rim\-T I'.UVKl Pa ICKED UP IN ASSING l~ I TOR THE BUSY MAM utli bun been ordered by tho Minnesota Htnto lire, niiushnl. Alex. Collins, of Sidney township, was severely injured when Ills clotli-InK ciuiKlit n belt i>f ii tlncsliiiiK tiiu-chliio and hu wan whirled nhniit for some time. Two thousand- soldiers will he located at Mooso .Tnw tills winter. TSLF.PHONIt OfliC* .............. JJM Ottie* .............. **** twty. �stly. Subscription *Ut�*i d�Urere�i. psr ��: . dellvareJ, p�x J**r  by m�U, r�r yur 1� Wwklr. "by mall per ye�r ... -Ji-*� V?��kly. by mall. P�r year to U.S.. U-M any means entirely the fault of the labor men. The employes In many ease.-s art1 so unsympathet ie and so eager for profits, that they antagonize the working classes. A spin': of compromise is needed throughout the country, where every class will yield a few demands, here and there, so that the country may be unitedly behind war effort, without a break In the line. Tiber. Oct. 17.--The lied Shield campaign was productive of J-tati.i'S, which amount has been forwarded to the headquarters of tho Salvation army. The Spanish Flu' is on us with a vengeance Yesterday it seae-d up our . o'. iv'.*. chur hes I th-'atre-;: w is gt ,-a cae;-;:bi;a v..t:> fl.iuiiui: swords, to guard oar paradise r.'.a.iis; ;ill ingress and -.-eye- . What m'.-ctii-'f i: m.iy perpetrate upon u> tomorrow, now that It has us isolated from th" world, we tvrmhl" to think. Already i- has pi;: 2" or more of us her- de combat, lint our gI Kansas City German music clubs have Cleveland firemen will strik an Increase of pay. THE MAYOR AND t�te� of �xplry of subscriptions �p> f**r dally on address Ubol Ac��pt-aacs cf papers i.tu axplrati-a nato U j CRITICISM Mr authority to contlnu. th. sub-j hb . . , consid-vs that scripUos. ac . -~------ -_ --.r~= | he Is above and beyond criticism. Any j suggestion for the proper enforcement j of the laws, is inspired by personal j venom; an attempt to get rid of the I mayor. "Intelligent criticism ONE FIFTY DOLLAR VICTORY BOND WILL. Pay one soldier for 40 days, or. Feed 100 men for one day. or t soldier for 3' months or. Buy 104 rifle grenades, or. 10 gas masks, or. 22 buuhels of wheat, or. 55 bushels of oats, or, 10 bayonets and scabbards, or. 50 37 mm. shells, or. Knives, forks and spoons for a company, or. Pay Canada's war bill of 4 1-3 seconds. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR i'ouai. ia'.le anil 0-t�"nd. three of the mo-t important points he'.d by the ! remarkable day of the war "ince the IVrtich and Yanks turned on the advancing Germans on the Marne on ! "f Mr- Rowell's address. very wvli July lsth last and broke their advance know that the mayor enjoys ;;,bbins to I'aris j tho other fellow when he doesn't Uk-- Tlte war to Hritsjels Is open. The : his methods. allied armies are now standing on the 1 - Hundtnjj line on which the Go:ttuus'THE VOICE OF had hoped to make a stand prior In' CANADIAN LABOR r-tre.uing to the Meu*o. and a further Tho vo,(,0 o{ ]ahon old ally the broken thro 'atitly for u :..ii;l. 1 Sun la la ivaiseri h:-s gh and is fighting val-, while the eucalyptus :> mal-odois is creating the ranks of tho Span- Uormnns. The TlrplU battery at Os-tond was onptured. the enemy not having been able to move back tho enormous quamltv of materials stored j there. King Albert at Ostend j I'aris, Got. 17.-King Albeit of Bel-' Blum and Queen Kllzaheth entered Os-I tend this aftnrnoon. I Attack on Wide Front With the French Army In France.,1 Oct. 17. -In conjunction with the ttri-1' tlsii first army the Frenrh attacked tills morning over a wide front. Tho attack Is progressing favorably. Progress Being Made, th the Urltish Armies in France, 17.-110:30 p.m.i- illy the Asso-d l'ress.)-Considerable opposi- has been met by the Urltish in j employes of St. Louis, Mo region southwest of Dounl. but | lighting died down some hours PlJul Kmile r^mar(,!u,, Kc In the LUle area'allied troops one 0l- Montreal's attorneys reached Konco. A new cros-1 Spanish influenza slug ot thL. Lys has been effected � _ s/viith of WulVerghem There was j Thomas ThoniHon, ajietl St Convention f^mnse! :l A. Httel-son. of (.'hleago, has offered to work ! without salary until tho city can get. i funds. banned I -, 1 McssiiiRes of choer and exhortation I by telephone may he substituted ib lor i Hnslifti while ln(lueni:a closes the ! churches. J. M. Xortttwood, prominent citizen I Dr. J. T. Anderson, school inspector of Chatham. Ont.. Is dead. j in the Yorkton district, has boen up- - 1 pointed as director of education am- months imprlsonmunt at Fort Saskatchewan. The ncciiHcil Is a hnlf-hroril llvltiu In the nonnoyvllln dlstrlet. "The Government of Canudn cannot. alTonl lo have tho nffairs of Ihn count ry lied up by sympathetic strikes," declared lion. V. JJ. Carvnll, at Keytlna. "If the govermnont blands ror Hint kind of thing, I don't Intend to slay In it. We must continue our war offortH and strikes nro only hin-dnrlng our essential work," added Mr, Ciirvell. At least, l.oou Montana rosldents '�v i ... .ested dandelions as a aldo.' line. 'ii.e. dandelluns are bought nt .'.','1 ccnia ii pound by a Now York drug firm, which Is In the Hold tor all it can get. The Montana dntidolkin is presumed to posseas sonic medical Fire destroyed the Gray-Campbell i ong the now Calindlnn.'i In Sas.kfitch- ] pnuiorties I nt:, 1 nowhere else In tho building at Winnipeg. Loss $;i7r>.ooii. i ewan. W Oct. date t ipi: the this ago have Tho Hutherford planing mill a I Medicine Hat was destroyed by lire. An increase in wages averaging 1 n I per cent, has been awarded the city ex-M.P.. died of meeting ot Red Cross -evening. It w rst Thursday >r business. th W e.\- ot.cty held a, re.-olve-i evening of The te.uli- well known citizen of Ueileville. dead-tifter being ill for some time. and Lieut. L. J. Scott, were killed In action. Athens, Out. s his demand hut no criticism directed at civic affairs in Le'.hbridge could be intelligent from Mayor llardie's view-point. A',1 criticism is personal, so lie says. He has never treated criticism otherwise than as a persona! attack upon1 himself. Men in public life must -t-noot criticism but need not attribute it to personal animosity. Tho Herald doesn't dislike Mayor Hardie personally at all-now observe the mayor's sarcastic smil^-but It doesn't approve of some of his policies in municipal affairs ami is not going to hesitate to say so. As for the mayor and criticism, no man enjoys criticising others like Mayor Hardie. Those who heard his remark about the "boneh�.ids" In the government at Ottawa on the evening brtsiui -s young lad>s of ihe 'seated .'. request to he allow-aiiiio a lied Cros? unit and. to ronb en,, evening a week for -s sewing The C.C l.T. class ers and town pr -I to ,,� use the Ked Cr, also may the war. It Is said 1,000,(10(1 pounds a year of- dandolloua iB tho normal consumption. Llotlts. K. L. Hankinson St. Thomas | Indian troops have borne their share advancing. Greek Macedonia Reoccupled. Salontki. C-ct. 17.-Crock troops today completed the re-occupation ot th- regions of Creek Macedonia, which have been held by the MlllRar-iatis and Turks. i and also of lumber yard fires at Dul- of the war in France. Mesopotamia, Kgypt. the Dardanelles, at Siilnnlki, Fast Africa and In Central Asia, lip to July -I, l'.HS, India had contributed no fewer tlinn 1.1 in.ISO men to the Hrltlsh army. Monica .1. .V-sl. a fifteen year old mother, who. In the criminal court at F.dmonton. confessed to the killing ot her lufati' child was sentenced to '^HAT YOU :ng big retir-meni will now he forced, which will clear France and the great. �r part of Belgium within a short time , Finder �oiith. between th# Olse and th� Serre rivers the enemy hss com-! rneue-d another retirement. In the A"gonne the French have crossed the Ainu-- near Vouiiers, so that the retirement Is In operation all the way. from the Channel to Grand Pre In thei Argonne fore.-t. Fast of the Argonne' the Certmtus coaiir.iie to fight ilfn-i petately Hi ord�-r to boh) the line of j the Vciue at long a not large, thougli of course the amount of war material the Germans; are losing will cause them n-itreat deal1 of anxiety ' The advance to Ostend and Bruges his laid the way open to the capture ' of the other German submarine base of Zeebruirgu awl its fall will likely l�o announced today. Cavalry is operating far In advance of the Infantry in northern Belgium. In the Balkans the Serbs are now ive.ll north of Nlsh, while Greek Macedonia has been reoccupled. Turkey is still silent, and it is probable that the threat of the German fleet of Russian ships in the Black Sea is responsible for this state of affairs In the near (asi a junction betwrrti G^n. Alien-by and the Mesopotamian expedition - may be looked for if jveather continues favorable to rapid movemer.t- at least t'.ie g.-eat and powerful labor elements, is against the peace proposal. t.ahor wants peace, but not until democracy for all the world is assured, and such ' an assurance Is not possible by any peace negotiations at the present moment The new President of the Canadian Trades and Lebor Congress Is not afraid to speak out. He r>-d into with the junkers and military caste of Germany, w.th j their love of war an I praise of militarism still on their lips." Tom Moore represents the host .-Ie-! men*, and ih�� majority of Canadian la-; bor In that attitude. It is good to find . the Canadian labor forces led by a man. who like Mr. Gompers. is no: . afraid to speak his mind. The attitude of the American Federation of Labor toward the new German peace proposal in also that It : should be Ignored, and that the thing j to do Is to "batter away at the enemy j lines" until a peace has been secured I such as baa been enunciated by Pren-j ldent Wilson. Tbls attitude is set i forth in a statement by John p. Alpine, acting president of the federation, telegraphed from Wartime-ton la the American Alliance for La- or a K-'d Cross dri Memorial Service. A memorial service for the late Piv 1 v.,'- Wiiiiaiii Ila.-t of I'.al City was h'-M Sunday aft'-rroou a; :t oYto-'k it'. St. Theodora's church, and was largely att'.Tele !. The service was con iacted by the rector. Rev. F. Taylor, and a suitable address delivered by him. The Miners' Band a--:d Jrom this town. Th- unii-n meeting to be held in the llox Theatre next Sunday evening in the Interests of 'he British Navy League is postponed till further notice. We learn aivi thtt the .V. Thomasson, of Barons, has been killed in action. R. Brown, Rurdett; Uince-Corp. R. I. Young. Cowley, are listed as wounded. Casualties in '.he mailed list just, to hand include the following: Wounded: Corp. Norman A. Shaw, son of Mrs. L. Shaw. Morrissoy, B.C.; Corporal Jack Hridger, .enlisted at i'Viiiihrook. next of kin. Kngland; Pte, \'ex liewart. son o: John Now-art, Maycroft. KIP.hl :i Action, r.ar. next of kit;. Craubrook. Dangerously 111. ovkh. next of kin. Blalrmore. Shell Gas: Pte. machine gun; Pte. Angelo Laz-! Italy, enlisted at ; i Pte. Simon David-Russia, enlisted at Alex. recognizing the Taber Times as a; powerful i out-, derate ot the British; Navy, has put it out of business for' the \ve-k. > The Town Jubilant. Karly Sunday morning the town was '� i.-lectrifie.l by the news over the wire! from Lethbridge that tho kaiser had i unit, p-aco had been declared, and the 1 Canadian troops were on their ivay horn-. A ha-Jty and vigorous demonstration was at oirce organized that Went to it with much spirit for several hours. Like all Immaturely conceived things it was not an unqualified success, and next day looked positively silly when President Wilson passed on the word to the allied a mles to carrv on. R. Clark, of son of A. C. Clark, Craubrook; Pte. Cecil Sparks, son of Spaniard, i Geo. K. Sparks, Nanton. (From rmr n,| Cross S pose holding a fowl supper in the lee-;� Ked Cross 1 ture room of the church on Nov. JO. Mr. Blentier llassett cud family speni Sunday in Lethbridge with friends. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. McColum was found dead in its bed on Wednesday morning. The little one. L! months old, was toothing and is suppo/j a devout and thankful j peopK the -'�!-treblyHisCfur- now, in war time, .when the clothes must last longer. It's easy to do the washing yourself with Sunlight. LEVER BKOT1JHK5 LIMITED TORONTO Proof that Some Women &> Avoid Operatioiis Mrs. Etta Dorion, of Ogdensburg, Wis., cay�: "I suffered from female, troubles which caar.eil merclng ;>aina like t� knife through my back and �ldc. I finally lost all my strength so I had to go to bed. Tho doctor advised an operation but I would not listen to it. I thought of what J Imd read about Lydla E. I'inkhatn'n Vouctablo Compound and tried it. The, llrst bottle brought great relief and six bottlen have ont) rely cured mo. AH womon who havo femalfl trouble of any Itiud should try Lytfia E. Piukham'a Vegetable Compound." How Mrs. Boyd Avoided an Operation. Canton, Ohio.-"I suffered from a female, trouble, which caused ino much Buffering, and two doctors deckled th.it I would havo to go through an operation before I could got well. "My mother, who had bean helped by Lydla H. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound, advised mu to try it, be-fore submitting to an operation. It relieved me from my troubles so I can do my house work without any difficulty. I advise any woman who is alllieted with/ female troubles to give Lyrtlit K. l'lnkhmn's Ve�e-/ tablo Compound a trial and it, will do as much / for them.''-Mrs. Mabib Boyd, H21 5th (St., / / N. E., Canton, Ohio. //// Evenj Sick Woman Shd LYDIA I. P1NKHAM S VEGETABLE ?OMPOUND Before Submitting lb An Operation LYDIA E.PWKHAM Hf.OICINE CO. LYNN, MAft. ;