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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FWDAY. OCTOBER 18. IMS THE LETHBRRWi RAIL"* HERA? PAGE SEVEN London, Or:l. 17.-If tint war In ln-might to n quick ('om-liMion It will 1m through political and moral fn�-lor-t ami not military, was tin- opinion i'xpriMtGd In competent cIicIoh today. It wiiti pointed out that the I'nriiuin position on the wustprn front cannot. l)o tormod porilottH, although sit cortuin jiointa every changing of thn front muy rctidm* aomo portion -duiiKartitM nt tliiio.-t. Thin view, �which )ian boon held by tnnny exports for miwn time, )ma hocn striMiKthitn-cil by thn Gorman retrnat to the llutid-Iiik line, which l.s i-onnldorcd one of l he most successful ii'trenl't of tlies J war from thn enemy viewpoint. With ! th'� Atiirrlcana and Kronen pushing \ b.ird on thin front, thn (le-riniinH dotiht-h'hh woro forced to retreat fas'tir thnti tli�y had planned, but they lout com-]iiirativf vi-lvi-ty. cflm(oi(�ldo sli^vn in t!io khurtrst time. Tin i it only potmbl-a \�i(h thr AutnStrop Safety K*�or l*v.�ui� it it tUr only one dint t.'ixi\irn% it* own> auluraiccil.. Include an Aut'> "-trop in votir Dfit Over**** Price 95.00 Al luftii i-itn mtjmStn :ie. >a*: wee), >v(th one of her old attacks c| r:e. \'.r ii hiisbaiid. four children and a lie  � if friend The body will lc> i.,ke|, to l'tab tor ititi-ritn'nt. Mugratll w.H a real wideawake town on Saturday uiidtiil'ht wliei, the new i r-liliiliy had accepted I'ru.ildctit \Vi!-oii'^ ]le,ire t|iile Whittles a' oik � > . uieiii id to blow and "ver>nr." wa� auai.eiied bv ilielr phone crowd up town Before the beginning of a mooting lield at. Iteglna Hon. Mr i'alder had been handed a lint of niie.-tion.i compiled by the ( War Veterans, the Loyal Orange Lodge and the Sous of Kngland of Kegina. These were discussed by Mr. fabler and the c|iie�-lions and liis answers were a onsidir necessary to establish the validltv of the claim of a Mcimonitc tu r,,r,ur> the privilege'" of the Treat v i.f i s 7 r. V Iteply. Tliis is not '.in en-v i|U"-ti" ' liisliops and prief- ts? Against Enemy Irr- j Iteply. These pcopl- i only ones wlm propos' ( ;ion of tile War Time That little rider had le � eni| tor political purp-i- , iiui'ter the ;i.ople of fa-. : one of tile greatest mi -t bist'uy The treattnetH ' p|c w no came here (it!' ; .-eais ago ba:, at Kim* Kdw.ird hlgli sell  �ii iivi and eijuipped ', j, i .'i '�:' ' !u- ii eat tli � and � I liciewilil be one of in---Mir vviii-ii I gi It .! .Dell.C S- l� . i. file-., had patades. cirrying Hag*, and ' around tie- band boy-' *o Hie... � ,i ( :v real llvi> � until Hie early j morning hours. Sever.,I uui went in I/'tbhridg". eager fur more new ,uid � J retuni'd early Sunday nionuni;, ' J FLU' IN TORONTO I ' Tiirolito. Oct. 17.- ,\a jprttod !))� ', Toronto board of heallii ii�m�d an or ( der clu.iiiiK all Hieatri'ii. tnnvinic pic-1 lure bieiiio. billiard ,ltnl po�>i mom- i from Moiiduv next, on i.i'ioiint nf the SpanlnU Infliienna uplilemh Church ' | ck are asked in hold one service only j pi week and Hint In the evening. The' I public library board w.-n u^ked ti I itop the ,bt|i' itiilliiug �!:- probltv of -he UtlOtk* u. GADSBY H. F. Gadiby. C*n�4*'� lore-moit humorous writer, ha� ju�t m.ide a ipecial tour of the fightioQ front In France. Hn eupcneneei there and en route will be chronicled In a nerlei of article� to appear in Lethbridije exclutively in The Herald. The�e article* deal with the human and tntlmcntal aide of war, In Mr. Gadiby'* entertaining ttyle, and, although it 1* scarcely necessary to mention it, we can promise our reader* that it will br. an exceptional feature. The flr�t appeared on Saturday of latt week, giving the writer'* im-pression of a wartime trip across the Atlantic, under th* title "The Devil and the Deep Sea." The second article appears tomorrow. Don't miss It. t.|C|� I "lance : in !� j devolve 'of Hie ' Servl. c I pin ant -M iii!!. ' ( I.i 111" "�"' , i nlliide ! Itei'h I kti.w bin with : i oil. :  llto \- i\�ti m �liildv it of Vie "pritn.. pled iii the ||. '. entitling 111 ( tit at V servl. e. 1" in charge Hie M.IItat-. .vlnie.ii ordttia-v up eletnpCi.u are te AUCTION SALE On the Old Hereford Ranch, northeast quarter Sec. 1^5, Twp. 5, Rge. 21. SEVEN MILES SOUTHWEST OF RAYMOND. 5 MIUES SOUTHEAST OF WELtlNG. o'2 MILES EAST OF MAORATH. ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP t pure bred, registered Shire mure, 1600 lbs, age 4 re*rs; 1 ptiro bred, reidbiered Shire mare. 1-100 !bt , age 3 years; 1 bay team matched geldings. 8 year* old, 3300 lbs.; 1 bay mare, fi year* old, 1500 Urn.; 1 matched leant black suldiugn, age \ ami S years, �800 lbs.; 1 matched team bay mares, ages 6 and 4 years, 3S0O lbs.; 1 matched tenm bay mares, ages S and C years, 2S0U lbs.; 1 bay inare, 7 yearn old. 1500 lbs.; 1 grey mare. S years old, 1400 lbs.; 1 brown giddiiiK. 4 years old, 1400 lbs.; 1 brown marr, 8 y�-ara old, 1200 Iba.; I Ki'*'>' mure, 7 years old, 1500 lbs.; 1 grey mare, 3 years old, 1250 Urn.; 1 bay gelding, 3 years old, 1200 lbs.; 1 brown mare. 4 years old, 1150 lbs.; l bay mare, 10 yeara old. 1200 lbs.; 1 standard stallion, Lord Roberts, a yeara old; 1 bay mare, � years o'A 1100 lbs.-, 2 geldings, 2 years old; 1 pony; 10 young: cowa, 3 to 4 years old; 4 young cows with calves at foot; 4 yearling beifers; 3 yearling steers. 1 wugon and box; 1 single disc drill; 1 John Deere gang plow; 1 Oockahutt sulky plow; 1 Success plow sulky; 3 hand plows; 1 grass and grain seeder; 1 democrat, 2 seats; 1 light buggy; \ water tank; 4 disc harrows; 1 MoCormlck mower; 2 hay rakes; 1 wooden harrow, G sections; 1 lever harrow, 4 sections; 1 portable forge and blower; 6 sets of harness; 1 slip scraper; 1 power washer and engine; 1 refrigerator; 1 kitchen range; 1 gasoline stove; l cupboard. TERMS OF SALE.-26 par Mitt. tolas** 12 months' credit on furnishing approved joint notes with > per cent, on alt credit amounts or 8 per satsit, off for cash on credit amount*. MARK M, RIMHALL, Proprietor J. A. SMITH. Auction*** have to be The j !.t� wax nev.r int. i.di'.l tioit any man j ithouid �i*ruti* an  I any plan whe:.!>> a man mil laitit ox-i.'tnption fiaiitub'tttl'. I intend to till' I the mitliiuHie- I t'lilll. nl it It juill be my biioinrt.-, t.i .p'-.ii, 'u tile j.iinlinriiii-1 plainly nviardm*.; the nut > I tar. j 1 it.i What PTpl.iiiatinn do vol offer i a� to the letter addtciid tn Mr \V ll Super lit"'tldl'Itt n! InitlllKta tiun, to the Meiiiiouitei in Kan�iit�, 1' S,\,  "py of Vi'ibh is atta.-bed which' \: it > laiiued niiiii'i-i ati implied in  vitatu.n ami promire u{ imiuuuity from | military �i*r�ii-�-? j lleplv The letter onl>  �li\eys ;11-j formation as to the �tut,- �>t our I.ia ! TlH'r* i� nothing in it to indicate that any spctiai privlleKe-. are u Iti-pty. This i-i not an easy matter , for any government to say. for it is ! hard for any government to say who i shall and whu shall not iome into the ' countrv i iSl Is the repoit correct that you * ! have exprssse.l the coitiiou thai the Ment'.ot'ites are cvt'ily .13 ;ir Hi!" '. settleri m immi(*rants from the L'ui-ted Kingdom? I Itenly. Mr. Cnlder asked the audi-, ence whether they really wanted him ! lo reply to thid ri'iesiioii, as (here were | lots of rumors going around to which \ they should cbiiie th"ir ears. The audience indicated by applause that there was no need for him to answer these questions and he passed it over. (9) Why are American Mennonites adnittted to this country, who are not reasonably conversant with tho Kng- i lish language? j Iteply. It is my firm belief that j Canada should bo a Uritish country. If we can hold the country and fill Forget PRICES but--Look Closely to VALUES Out* of tin* most widely cli-HUssi-d .subjects nowadays is thai of high prices. Everything vou need has gone up and is still advancing. NOW HERE IS A GOOD THING NOT TO LOSE SIGHT OF when" you're thinking hard ahout the continuous advances. In a good many cases quality goes down when the price goes up. The reason is clear-greater profits for the manufacturers in some cases. That is why value is the all important question, not price. This store has always enjoyed the reputation for being a safe place to get full value. We intend to live up to that reputation at all costs. We pledge ourselves to protect you against inferior merchandise at high prices. We offer you clothes made by institutions nationally known for their stalwart allegiance to the HIGHEST CODE OF QUALITY. I The Fit Reform and Society Brand Clothes We have these better suits and overcoats in a wide range of new fall and winter styles and patterns. Suit Prices............ ... $22.50 to S45.00 Overcoat Prices.............$18.00 to $45.00 If $16.50 to $20.00 is your suit price we have a suit that will fit and please you. Underwear In all Weights and Sizes from 34 to 50. Dr. Jaegers, Stanfields, Tru-Knit and Watson makes. Prices $2.50 to $12.50 for combinations. Heavy Ribbed 2-Piece Underwear, $1.75 to $3. SWEATERS.................$4.00 to $14.50 SHOES that Will WEAR LONGER and COST NO MORE The Geo. A. Slater and Regal makes. Prices$6.50 to $10.00. WHERE QUALITY COUNTS WE WIN.-VISIT OUR STORE. LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MEN'S WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WE SAVE YOU tfONEY! ON WtARING APPAREL*.SHOES iOW YUURSELF A FAMILY HENNESEY & WILSON NOHTH LETNBRlDGfc, Mc Kel vie NT s McGui r e Kirkham Block ^t_ Lethbridge ;