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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1918 THE LETFIBRTDGE DAILY SfcRALfc THE SPEAR HEAD BY H. F. QAD3BY Somewhere In Franco. - Tdarshnl Koch and before him Field' Mnrslial Hals liavo done the Canadian Army Corps tho honor of using It. us a spear head whenever mul wherever tho llirunt wan to ho truo and Htrong. Not to go further hack thiin two yours, YpreH, Vlmy, VaBchendaole. ] Amiens, Cumbral, iiro u!l trophies ol a spear heart, which Ih acknowledged to ho tins most perfectly pointed in-1 1 strumont at the figlitliiK front. Ask General Ctirrlo what tho spirit of thn men Is and ho will reply In Komi, round array slang that thoy have i;ot. their "tails up." Ask tho nearest Sergeant-Major tho same 1 question and ho will answer that tho hoys urn "full of beanB." Ask tho (Irat private you moot what he wants most and he. will shoot back "another crack at tho hoasts." All of which moans that tho spear head Is kept vory sharp Indeed and ' that It is always on tho Job of finding tlun bodies to flosh Itself In. lie- t Rlnultie August 5th and with only > Ion days' _lntormlsBion, the spear '� hoad has been bloodily busy for seven weeks. It has burled Itself ' deep In the enemy's heart, so deep and bo often that tho spoar head must ho wearinK down though Its edge ran never bo blunted. Tho spear head wont into action nt Amiona with one hundrod thousand men fighting, and sixty tliou- , j 'Would say to me. "the folks at home , ought to stick." And I told them wo , would. Naturally, the spear head knows that it is a npr-nr head-whut can a speur head think otherwise when It is called on to do most of 'he hard jolM- and It Is a little chesty about it. Not only do admiring friends Klvn the spoar head to understand that It is tho finest little speur head that ever wan forged In the red furnace of war, but the flpenr head knows It itself atid makes no hones iult thrusting until it had got them. When Sir Arthur Currle tool; over the Corps it *>as hinted to him that he would bo wise to confine his efforts to training nnd discipline, leaving, us one would Infer, the tactics, strategy and "active handling of the Corps to a wiser War Office. Hut. that did not suit Sir Arthur Currle. He insisted on supplying Canadian common sense, with results which everybody admits ure highly credltable. As It turned out the spear head had a very useful quality of brains inside. Nor did training and discipline suffer. At the beginning the Canadians had ii name-unwarranted as I think-tor lack of discipline. What the lirltlsh saw was really lack of reverence-lack of reverence for social pretence and pseudonymous Institutions which fought with a sin-' cero democracy-arid that was quite! a different thing. Onco it was re cognised that tho Canadians believed In freedom nil through-freedom of speech and thought mid 'manners -the misunderstanding disappeared, and there wero no more charges of inaubordlnntion. As n matter of fact tho Canadian! are tho beat mannered army at tho front - very smart at their salutes und punctilious to a degree in all matters of military fttlquette. Quite top-holo, don't you know?, Tho Australians-well the Australians aro another storyV Tho Canadians match courage with the Australians, who would rather fight than eat, but they don't match manners, that bolng a mattor In which tho Australians do not excell. There Is a lawless strain in the Australians -perhaps a Jogacy from their ancestors-but they moke up for It by their reckless hravory, Tho Canadians havo become' respecters of such persons as have it right to bo respected. They will give anybody a salute who is entitled to it. Hut the Australians-well Iho Australians will not salute their own officers much leas anybody else's. Prom which comparison it appears that our spenr hoad Is as polished as It Is pointed and bears Itself as gallantly on ceremonious occasion.1) as on warlike occasions, so I havo no wish to rub it Into the Australians, hut I nm bound In justice to net. down here what one of the younger British statesman told mo one afternoon In a ureal access of candor. "The Canadian organization," he said, "is the. best organization at this front. It. Ih uk far ahead of the Australian organization as this war is ahead of the Napoleonic wars." In somo ways our spear head reminds one of a great big school boy. It has a giant's mind for war but a PAGE SEVKfl ;_______i'.__________~i school hoy's mind for prizes and head want? Not n peace of com-medals. Its one weakness in decora- promise or negotiation. A peneo of Hons. But perhaps ;i . head has dictation, with the Allien as dicta-a right to a few ribbmi?. A spear j tors and the lighting general* at the head will do for rSI>b�n. it i> an am- | will nib the lesson into the Tlun - lablo falling of liiihi.m nature (hat. |nn' perhaps to (l�lit, one' If It w glory must I"' .Hv nitres bavn boon ialien nlfy certain decorai U, got too common, by a them for dlstinguKhe the Held. It. is the gulshcH the horocn i; Abollsh the bar-neve What kind of peace 1U..11I. Mea- J.l'elv Id dig. ! '� llii li had liliiiK a bar to i ondnet. on � u' that, distin-tir (In: pikers. way lliroiij;)] to Herlin, hut a little devastation alone; the Itlilnc-the same medicine I-ram c and Belgium had to sw.iilow Ihen a triumphal march of the army, Miigs flying and hands, playing, in show the Herman people that freedom wins and the Knl:-�:" i-a t .vt>-. pol, II (i.M)SBY. PA1N EXTERMINATOR Pain? HiMt'g will stop it! Used for 40ynrs tortUwe AeomrUlsra, lombago, nearalgia, epraioB,lamol back, toothache, e��ch�, swollen joints, sora throat: and otter pain-- ful cotnptaints. H��o  bottle in the boajo. Alldestefiorwrtteos. HIRST RRMEDT COMPANY, Hamilton, CoastU * Wlthrn ten minutes after nn application o( Danderlne you can not find a single trace of dandruff or falling hair and your scalp will not Itch, but what will please you most will ho after a fow weeks' ubo, when you seo new hnlr, fine and downy ut first- yes-but really new hair-growing all ovor tho sculp. A llttlo Danderlne Immediately doubles tho beauty of your hair. No difference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, Just moisten a cloth with Dandarlno and carofully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand nt a tlmo. The effect is unitizing- your hnlr will ho light, fluffy and wavy, and havo nn appearance of abundance; nn Incomparable lustre, itoftneBa and luxuriance. (let u email bottle of Knowlton's Danderlne from any drug Htore or toilet countor for a fow eout� und provo that your hulr la as pretty and soft as any-that it hail boBn neglected or Injured by careless treatment- UmU'h nll~you surely can have beautiful hair and lots of It if you will Jimt My ft UlUe Uaudorlue.-Advertisement, BATTLE WITH SUB Wireless Waa Wrecked By First Shots-Eight Men Were Wounded. An Atlantic Tort, Oot, 19.-The homeward bound army transport Amphlon had a two-hour rutuilng light with a Gorman submarine 800 miles oft thc Atlantic coast last Baturlay morning, in which eight men of the American ship were wounded, two fatally. Tho transport arrived horo yoa-torday nnd reported that ao far i>s those on hoard could determine, tho submarine wan not badly damaged, if ut nil. The first shotB carrlod away the Amiuiion'B wireless aud she was un-ublu to call for help, Tho naval gun crew replied to the enemy Bhots and tho transport carried on full stouni, finally drawing away from tho submarine. Tho auperstruotur* was rid-a I oil with shells und ilknynol. Tho Amphlon was, formerly the North German-Lloyd liuer Kolnlaud, of 7.-4811 tons gross und has a speed of ISM, knots an hour. 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Like the Victory Loan 1917, it will be welcomed by all loyal Canadians:- -as an opportunity of proving that we are determined to fight on to Victory with our dollars, as weU as with our mien and our guns. -as an opportunity of placing our earnings in what is at once the greatest of causes and the safest of investments. -as a loan in which there is absolute certainty that the borrower will repay and equal certainty that the interest will be paid every six months. The security is so strong that none can question ifc-for it is safeguarded by all the wealth that Canada possesses-by all the developed resources represented by * her combined industries and by all the untouched resources of her mines, forests, lands and fisheries. When you invest in the Victory Loan 1918, you will become the owner of a Victory Bond. That Bond is Canada's signed pledge of repayment-a pledge that Canada is in honor bound to redeem- and, in wealth of resources, abundantly able to redeem. Get ready to do your share in buying Victory Bonds 1mu�1 by Conbd�'� Victoty Lout Committer in co-operation with tho Minister of Finnnctf of tho Dominion of C�n�d�, ivsfJ-�ii,i.n-i�--. ;