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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDCtE DATLY HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1918 Xctbbviboe iDevalb Xctbbribfie, aiuerta daily anb W�*kuy , tM|l LETHBRIDGC HIRALD PRINT. INQ COMPANY, LlMITBD , MS tth 8tpe�t South, L�thbrld9� W. a', �uchwjan VrMidsat Md M�nasiur Dlreotor T�LKPHONl� MtetM Offie. .............- J�> ui>aorl|>Mon RatMl tmnr. ��Uvere�Uy. by inaU. per yw ...... W�ekli, by midl, p�r y��ur ^MkUr, by mail p�r year t� TT.g..l�-- DstM �rf .xpliT of ttb�orl�U�MM-fMT daily on addrcii UbaL Aoocp*-anc* o{ paperi lite. ezplratit.* oata to �c Btttborlty to contlaua tba �u�-�crlptlM. _ WHAT WE HAVE PAID FOR What a thrill ha� come to u� at rare moments during these past few weeks when the thought has flashed into our minds that this terrible struggle may soon be over. What a sob of relief will go up to heaven when that hour strikes. It will be a day to live for, truly. But will not the joy and ecstasy of it 1ia>^multiplied many times jf we can feel in that hour that we have borne our part with courage and patience and an uncomplainlfigi Joyous spirit, and have failed in nothing in the duties that have lain to our hands! The day of peace will be a good day to us in very truth if we have lived for it, and done our part in paying the price of its coming, but otherwis* it will be a day into whose finest and we may not enter. Afld that man who has refused to pay the price, and pay it cheerfully, who has ahirkeil and evaded and grumbled and whined, will not,he a man to be envied, no matter'how he may have escaped or-profited throiig'h-these years. 'When the day of peace comes you and I will get what we have paid for.-Christian Guardian. � DO YOUR BIT AND BUY VICTORY BONDS (Winnipeg Free Press) Sir,-I think that the public should be reminded occasionally that all the distinguished conduct service Is not rendered at the front, In these trying times. Here on the frontier, at tha edge of the bush country, where conditions of life are hard and the work of %ub-duing nature Is grinding, a torch of real, self-sacrifloing, patriotic fire sometimes gleams brightly. I will relate one instancf. A certain father and mother here, too modest to care to have their namas mentioned, with a small, sandy farm and, a family of seven young children, having crop failures often and a very poor crop this year; and having already given $20 this summer to help the suffering Serbs and Armenians, gav6 the first load of grain that they sold this fall, amounting to $50 cash, to be distributed among the various funds for winning the war and helping the refugees. They are a Swedish couple who do not speak English very well. Their only remark when they handed the money to me for distribution was, "if we get We must give. We want to give this first load of grain to do good." If our "war profiteers" could only catch the spirit of this estimable couple wouldn't conditions' change for the better very rapidly? Amid so much that is sordid and selfish, the spirit here shown shines out with cheer and inspiration for us all. W. H. TURRELL. Preeeeville, Sask., Oct. 11. feoerauze austrian states s latest ive Emperor Charles Makes Pro case of first- attajiks in the household. �' ? 2. Discharges from the nose r clean ragS and burned. In severe cases, they should 5. Special attention should : be kept dry and all unneces- ..... -� : : ? ? : ? ns. Why dd^s a manim^^^^ printed matter from one firrriimti^ of another?^ When ym have answered that question you wilt under^ ^ stand why so many buy s(d-tionery and office supplies from The Herald in preference to others, . In preference Which means just that dur^ ihg twelve years The Herald has built for itself a business bused on Good Work and Satisfactory Service ;