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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^A4JB f OUfI ^THE LETMBRIDGE DAILY HERALD . FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1�.)1H I Xetbbrtboe Ibcralb : I^Mdtfe, Ell>erta AfLV AMC WBKKLV VH^CilifiillOaC HERALD PRINT- TOMMMkNY, UIMITKC I Mkiikcitis Dtrseter BUY A VICTORY BOND There wag once, a rich man who, having been brought up In luxury, and ease by induloent parents, viewed with complacency the sight of his aged mothor on her way to the poorhoute. "Having gotten from her everythina I can," he-remarl' Powerful attack from Le Cateau to meet the first Thursday evening of i -southward this morning. American each month for bu.-;iness. The teach-,''""''".^sHts are participating in the and bf.siiiess young ladies ui the f f'ohtinS- First reports indicate pro-rn presented a request to be allow-i g'"'''-'*s made everywhere against the to organize a Ked Cross unit and to i''c. fairs in Lethbridge could be intelli-! I^ed Cro-;s sewing. The C.G.I.T. class � The Selle river has been crossed at gent from Mayor Hardie's viewpoint All criticism is personal, so he says. He has never treated criticism otherwise thaa as a personal attack upon himself. Men in public life must ex- dially granted. An offer was made the were well east of the river and still society by residents ot Coal City to advancing. provide a knitting machine if desired.! ^G-""^ Macedonia Reoccupied. This was heartily accepted. The sec- j Saloniki. Oct. 17.-Greek troop,s to-mmsBii. .ut-u u. puuu.. .u,. mu=. ---| ',';'\^.*,'^^^^^ -vir W l^a>- completed the re-occupation of pect criticism hut need not attribute r^''^'-'^^;^^"-;^"^*T^'^'!^^^ the regions ot Greek Macedonia. it to personal animosity. The Herald' i-.^.-v- .----..-.^ 4>,, doesn't dislike Mayor Hardie person- ask it he would give a lecture on his trip to France in the interests of the allv at all-now observe the mayor's | local Red Cross society. It was sarcastic smile-but it doesn't ap-jas^^'l to plan at the next monthly prove of some of his policies in mun-i "^^^''"S " ^^'^ icipal affairs and is not going to hesi which have been held by the Bulgarians and Turks. tate to say so. As for the mayor and criticism, no man enjoys criticising others like Ma.vor Hardie. Those who heard his remark about the "boneheads" in the government at Ottawa on the evening of Mr. Roweai's address, very well know that the mayor enjovs jabbing the other fellow ^hen he doesn't like j effectively rendered by Mrs. -Tolton. j -i Private Hart came to Canada m the i i year 1911 from Ashington, Northum GASOALTIESAINGS SO. ALBERTA Memorfal Service. .4. memorial service for the late Pri. | vate William Hart of Coal City was j held Sunday utternoou at 3 o'clock in ' St. Theodore's church, and was large- j )y attended. The service was conduct-i _ ed by the rector. Rev. F. Taylor, and i _ , ^ , . a suitable address delivered by him.' Barons Soldier Killed In Action The .Miners: Band assisted in the ser-1 -Several Men Gassed and vice with several appropriate selec-1 iir j j tions. A solo. "Xo Night There," was! Wounded. his methods. THE VOICE OF CANADIAN LABOR The voice of labor, at least the great and powerful labor elements, Is against the peace proposal. Labor N. Thomasson,- of Barons, has been killed in action; R. Brown, Burdett; Lance-Corp. R. L. Young, Cowley,;?-are listed a� wounded. Casualties in the mailed list Just to berland. He enlisted at Lethbridge in the 113th Rpyal Highlanders and after arriving in England was transferred to the S5th Canadian Scottish. AftSr two years of active service he : hand include the, following: was killed in action by aircraft on j "wounded: Corp. .\orman A. Shaw, Sept. 25th, 191S. (son of .Mrs. L. Shaw, Morrissey, B.C.; wants peace, but not until democracy The Offering taken at the memor- [ Corporal Jack Bridger, .enlisted at fo,. ,11 fi,o .,^,,ia i= o,,,,,,, o,,i e'al services amounted to $2S. This Cranbrook, next of kin, England; Pte. with other similar offerings is meant i -'^lax Dewari; son.- ,of John Dewart, to constitute the nucleus of a fuiid i W'aycrofl. -r...--- for erecting after the war some public J Killed n Action; Pte. Angelo Laz-memorial in Taber to those who enlisted from this town. ^ The union meeting to be held in the Rex Theatre next Sunday evening in f)ICKED UP IN ASSINGI=:i rOR TUB BUSY MAN Two thousand-soldiers will be located at Moose Jaw this winter. Kansas City clubs have German music. banned Cleveland llremen will strike an increase of pay. ' lor J. M. Northwood, prominent citizen ot Chatham, Ont., Is dead. Fire destroyed the Gray.Carapbell building at Winnipeg. Loss $375,000. The Rutherford planing mill at Medicine Hat was destroyed by fire. An increase in wages averaging 10 per cent, has been. awarded the city employes of St. Louis, Mo. Paul Emile Lamarche. K.C., ex-M.F., one of Montreal's attorneys, died of Spanish influenza. Thomas Thomson, aged S4 years, u w^ell known citizen of* Beilcville, i.s deaAafter being ill for some time. Liouts. E. L. Hankinson St. Thomas and LieuL L. J. Scott, Athens, Ont., were killed In action. Hon. Robert Rogers" denies a report that he was at the head of a movement to form a new paity to opposb union government. Investigation ot reports of incendiarism in connection with the forest (ires and also of lumber yard fires at Dul- uth has beou ordered by the Minnesota slate Hr6 marshal. Alex. ColIlhiS, ot Sidney township, was severely' injured when his clothing caught a bolt ot a threshing machine and lio was whirled nboiil tor some time. iCornoUatlon (^utisol !l: A.' iattel-aon, of Chicago, liiis offored to work witliout .salary until the city can get funds. Messages of choer and exhortation by telopbono nuiy be substituted in BoslcAi while Infiuenaa closes fho chiircfies. ' ' Dr. J. T. Anderson, school inspector in the Yorkton district, has boon appointed, as director ot education among the now Canadians In Sas.khtcli-owan. Mr. Thomas Hills ot E^niondville, Ont.. and Mr. George HlHs of Delaware. Ont., believe they hold the record Us tha oldest male twins now Hying In Canada. They were born on the a2nd of Aiigijst 1S33. Rev. S. T. Bartlett ot Toronto,-has resigned the secretaryship of the Methodist Sunday achooln and '/n'.iP" People's Societies, after ten years in ofUce, consequent upon thu \, ^^xr.^ 'lov , , � Thanksgiving services for vicM told of,.Cana(la5 magnificent showing The voce of the labor movement j tory, held in all the clin.-ehes on Sun-j on the battlefield, in the air and in tells us to ignore these peace overtures ^^v morning, at eleven o'clock, were ' and to batter away at the enemy attended by record and appreciative Imea unfil the road i� cleared to Ber- congregations. lin, and a peace then effected that will last for all time, and rid the world ot the\evIlB that have besieged us for over four years." There are some people who think with the Kaiser that .they cannot make a mistake. Come on, Mr. Mayor, and put all ot us who are not observing the criminal code in jail. It would help reduce the cost of living. "Come on boys, burn up the rrim-inal code. Let everything loose," might very well be the comment ot the law breakers after a perusal ot the Mayor's letter. Items of Interest. A daughter was born on Wednesday the factory. Thanksgiving Day was celebrated in the villa^'9 by a patriotic street parade of Mrs. flunk's First Aid class, quite a few ladies of the district join- and Mrs. Tajior. Mrs. Harrigan was summoned the end of last week to Medicine Hat to the bedside of her mother who had met with a severe accident. A successful Christian Endeavor social was held in Knox church last Friday. Miss Inzola Brooks was a visitor in town over Sunday. The Ladies' Aid ot Knox church purpose holding a fowl supper in the lecture room of the chmrh on -N'ov. 29. Air. Blonncr Hasaelt and family spent Sunday in LctUiiridge with friends. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McColum was found dead in its bed on Wednesday morning. The It is quite a proper aiiesti.on to ask j little one, 13 monihs old, wag teething "Why is (here an election in lied | and i-s supposed to have taken a con-Deer?" There wasn't one In Vermilion i �^'"l^'"" during'the night. , r. 1 a,,^ , , Harold Hams is nursing a broken when Premier SIfton retired and Dr. | ..jg^^ ,rm this week, the result ot a Clark tells us in his speech at Red ; kicl the late R. L. Ounn. Kiddie's Clothes How to Make Them Wear Longer There is stringent need of it, as every mother can testify, in these days of mounting prices. Well-dfd it ever occur to you that harsh, common soaps, and the ordinary rub and scrub of the wash board, break down more clothes than are ever actually worn out in use? Its so. We've studied the question. That's .why Proof that Some Women do Avoid Operations Mr�. Etta Dorion, of Ogdensbin-g, wis., eay<: *'l Buffered from female troablog which cau.icd piercing pains Uke a knife through xny back and side. I finally lost all my strength so I had to go to bed. Tho doctor advised an operation but I would not Hsten to it. I thought of wliat I liad read about Lydia E. Pinkham'o Vegetable Compound and tried it. The first bottle brought great relief and six boltlefi have entirely cured me. All women who have female trouble of any,'kind should try Ly*a E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound." How Mrs. Boyd Avoided ian Operation. Cantbh, Ohio,-"I suffered from a female trouble which caused rae much sufTering, and two doctors decided that I would have to go through an operation before I could get well, "My mother, who had been helped by Lydia E.T'ink-hatn's Vegetable Compound, advised me to try it before submitting to an operation. It relieved me ilom my troubles so I win do my house work without any difficulty. I advise any woman who is afflicted with female troubles to give Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound a trial and it will do as much for them.''-Mrs. Makib Boyp, 1-121 5th St., N. E., Canton, Ohio. Evenf Sick Woman Shdfe LYDIA VEGETABLE COMPOUND Before Submitting Ta An Operatip|t LYDIA e.PINKHAM HEDtCiNC CO. LVNH.MAtf, ;