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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LRTHBRTDGK DAILY HERALD MONDAY. OCTOBER 21, HU* Xetbbtiooe Ifoeralb Xetblnlbfle, fllbcrtn + 4 DAILY AND WIIRLY PrearUUrt and PuMlahm f HI LETHBRIDQE HKRALQ PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED ^ M� �th Strett South, LsthbrHae W. A. �uehanan President and Managing Direetar Pehn Torrance - - Business Hiaif* TILRPHONM floatBMi Office DON'T WEAKEN THE CHAIN The weak link In the chain was heard to speak. "1 am the person," it said, "who refuses to buy a Bond, and who therefore endangers the strength of a nation." Don't be the weakness In the chain. Buy a Bond! GS SURPRISE tVs'TINUKU rnoM trokt Paoi) I do not believe any government u justified in brining into onr midst bodies of immigrants who segregate themselves and who will not Intermingle with the rest of the people as *  *  Mitorfcl fOKlce �   * �    charter is that the charter in one pass-acre say.* the mayor is the chief executive officer, but the mayor lias in reality no practical or legal control over the other commissioners, while he is held, by the people, to bo responsible for ihe. operation of tho complete, city manac.oment. 1 hi.vo no reason to complain personally because, with very ffuv f;\,'f>;tfi.uiy. the mavor's ad- of it benlnd water courses*'thaU may easily be swelled by artificial floods, I so as constitute fotmio'dtjle obstacles, the enemy ma^jbo expected to make a dosporatd? st4*td here,.nnd to hold out It possible, until his armies in Hclglum and IPrench FlnmVers are withdrawn.* -\ t New Line'In Flanders. London, Oct. 21,-Allied forces in Belgium aro within 14 miles of Ghent, according to the official statement on operations there Issued by the war office tonight. The statement reads: "Tho advance of tho army groups in Flanders, under command ot King Albert, continued throughout today. After vainly trying to arrest our progress toward tho western wank of the Lys, along the peinzc-Kocloo canal, and near the Dutch frontier, the Germans have been forced to withdraw ICKED-UP IN ASSING i roR tht: bust wan UMI common citizens of the country. Mr. Carvel! leaves no doubt as tojvb-o or su^co-nam? have been receiv- ] over the whole front, where he stands on this amotion ihutied by lis c,� . oramissioncrs in the � --pho Belgian armv has established is 'icititing our people Action ot a1-11'1" *\* ^ ^ ho bad the legal itself along the canal. Its left flank j^,,,' ,w...t�r m-.v hn taken wl-n i I,,nv'" lo '^'OIVO :lu'm- M "T is on the Dutch frontier and tho army drastic character ma> be takt n �,n Umv ^ wpolwlwmy h:ul lHVU : \w occupied the important centres of the touring ministers reach Ottawa. , \^\\\y piov-i upon me. my Micgest- j Aeltre. Adeghom, Imllu and Crsel, ! ions iv.::\u b.ave been more numerous, (about 10 miles west of Ghent). t anil hkmv insistent. Subscription Rata*i catty. delivered, par wee* .JJ ANTI*ROHlBITION Dally, delivered. per year .....AD�IIMrKJT n�TRnYEO '''in!y :: ; "n :1"7 havo il ^wem* head Dally, by mail, per year ......IJ.W ARGUMENT DESTROYED in ,.^;vor ' T)u,y h;[V,, no, x Weekly, by mail. P�r,y�r frWiiiJ Another argument against prohibl- Mhi:i;. ;hty Vaoutd have, if the present Weekly, by mail, par year to U.S..ii.�e , ti__, v,rti,brt(1 ,n lno bead. 1 form of government is couHiuhmI. Dates of expiry of ubiorlptloaa ��1 �-^^f*'nn tan ki;\k raiwaru Tco c,ose To The People Mim or expiry � iudid�*'muw avatar daily on address label Aoaapt- I lion has been knocked in mu m-mi. f Hcfore prohibition the King Thiward Hotel In Toronto, the public was told. iocs of papers site- �P^"^*?UI? [might be closed if Ontario went dry ear authority to continue tns sue* I scrlptloa.___ Read this from i v MODERATELY WEALTHY HAVE DUTY IN HAND The moderately weaUhy man ought ta know a good business proposition. For instance, a bond, backed by the entire resources of the Dominion, paying 5' ^ per cent, interest, and exempt from taxation, looks like one of the best propositions a man of moderate means could wish for, does it not? Yet. when Canada floats J her us; Loan(-pthe Victory Loan of 191 ?. the moderately wealth*' man. who could afford to put between tJ.CCC and $25,000 Into tar.t gilt-edged security, only subscribed a total of S40.000.000 out of $419,-000.000 subscribed by all the people of Canada for the prosecution cf the war. Compare this effort with what the very wealthy citizen and the man of modest means have done: * Two hundred and thirty-orfe millions subscribed in bonds of $5,000 and under. Forty million subscribed in bonds of between $5,000 and (25,- on One hundred and forty-five millions subscribed in bonds of $25,- 000 and over. Everybody will have to do better this year if the new Victory Loan Is to be a success. Especially the moderately wealthy man. What has happened tho Toronto World: "The talk of th� town is the I markable success of the King Kd-ward Hotel, under new and up-:o-date management. Thf* ham' -s full and so are the dtniue-room*. There is no bar but lots of n'her business. The late management rook the view that there was no m�e i in Toronto for a first class house, that a bar was essentia! and in its palmy days tht* bar often took in over a thousand dollar* a day. The new concern o all business, without any complication as �o ownership of building, of bond*, of management And tho indications are fhar u vill not r bo long before another bis uo'rl. modern In every way. will be called for." That kills th� pr.or to prohibition ; days argument A well conducted | hotel, without the bur. will pay. and l another thing, thai sort of a hotel is in th;o!iers know !o be in the very bes: ,ntej-.'� object. The delay raided by t'\;s, bi'wewr mii;ht bty dangcrtiu.- and ;h" mora! inthieru-e of it is lu-i, very Cttpt. J. H. Ferris an Edmonton arch-itoct, has been killed In action. John A. Mclntyro. who came from Oregon and located at Xanton 14 yours ago, la dead. Promior Hughes of Australia, has been made n grand odlcer of the French Legion of Honor. Dr. Gordon Brown, who practised at Blackle, for several years, died of Spanish influenza at Danville, Que. Dolmar CuJJ. son of Win. Cutt. Yellow Grass. Sask.. was run over by a wagon and killed. Sir Chns. FiUpatrick, Chief Justico of the Supreme Court, is mentioned aa a possible appointment ns lieutenant-governor of Quebec. Hon. Walter Scott, former premier of Saskatchewan, denies that ho wilt 're-enter politics. He sayelie will llko-ly return to newspaper work. i I-t. Co!. A. M. Houston, a Winnipeg man, who had been director of the Records Office, militin department, Ot- of strong resistance, dnd the dlftlcul-ties arising from* communication, has crossed the Lys along the whole of it.- front and advanced its left flank to the western outskirts of I�ecq. In the ] lawa. died from Influenza. vali'ey of the Kscault. 'The line now/ _ runs wvst ot PecQ and through St. Le-i Brig. Gen. Ormond, of ^ortagc La Ker. Oottignles. Bolleghom. Vlche, t Prairie. * formerly of Tincher Creek. ;�.->lvck and Priesch jhaa been awarded the Croix de Cuerro "Since Oct. 14, thr se,-ond army has , oy the French government. captured t'.^^O prisorJ'Ts ami 1G0 guns.' b.-'d Progress at Sambre. London. Oct. 20.-British and Ameri Capt. W. E. Anderson died at Kod-nersville, Out. lie was formerly edl- "I am constrained to think the mayor should have jurisdiction over the other departments, but at the same time this might bring ajiout other dang-rs where the legislative and enecutive are one and the same person. can troops in the region of Le Cnteau tor of the Brandon Sun and the Belle-suceessfully continue their advance j v{iie Ontario. Favors City Manager "To obviate \\w d;rti'-uhu;-s 1 i southeast of Le Cateau They have , penetrate 1 to the high ground west } of Catlllon and reached the west bank of the Sambre and Oise canal. ! American Advance. Washincton. Oct. 19. - American \ troops co-operating with the British \ -v i south of Le Cnteuu*Thursdav penetrat- m nt;o:>M I think th0 city with ad-: ^ TT>''* ^ t!�Pth of vantage to it�>\i .oald mow forward ! tw tiiev have .i \\\ Dayton. ipproachlng U us Ohio, or ou lines t Knd your letters ! the Victory Loan." with "Your* for folio a s: Three or tiw 'ommUsion^rs to bo .-lect^.i as th" h��:ut ' '-of department-). >�ur n-;?h" whi\W t iry nianaKi'ment. and be j bAfause of certain event'* of utmost im� re-ptjii-ibN' f'>r t!;.' .��siimate.-, which i portatice, which, accnrrinK since the caiil r.ot ht. vwithout, in tho I delivery of his uddre?i on January S cue fiv.' .-I... f-omni1 *^ii�ners, ; la^t. bav,� necessarily altered the atti- o::s.-nt id fnaMifiU> *! tht* com-; tmb* ami responsibili'..f the novern- of thr years principal of the Chatham com merclal school, has resigned to take up work with the income tai department. ft One hundred and fifty journeymen tailors and women helpers aro on strike In Ottawa. Tho men are now getting from 30c to 34c an hour and aro asking 47c. The Board of Grain Commissioner* gives notice that buyers ot grain for cash, other than warehousemen, aro not required by the Canada Grain Act to take licenses under tho Board of Grain Commissioners. Many influenza cases in Kitchener are developing pneumonia and from this complication many deaths have resulted. In 24 hours 17 persona died, ranging In ago from IS months to 55 year�. The undertakers of Winnipeg have been notified by the health authorities That the funerals of those who hav� died of Spaniwh influenza must bo conducted privately, and that thoy must respect tho regulation* xovern-Ing the burial of victims of infectious diseases. rector of the parish, the Sacred Con-slstorial congregation, the � highest errlesimtlcHl court of the Rom a a Catholic chu/vdi. In an award, Unas of which were audo public at Windsor, calls on all good Catboiiea of the Ford parish to obay tfcelr pa tor. A resolution adopted at the W*dnos-day morning seaafou of the Methodist general conference requesting the gov-- i eminent to pass legislation malting it The Toronto board of health Issued j an offence to smoko In public, was an order donlng nil theatres, moving reconsidered during the afternoon and picture houses, billiard and pool rooms , the clause asking for such action was on account of the Spanish Influenza epidemic. Churches are asked to hold one service only per wm�k. and that In Hrickeh out It wan the general ruling that (hit mombCTH had taken a narrow �nd Puritanical view of the queaf t i * From (he .North Sea to rhe OUe river, a front of 12m miles, the Germans with more or leas driving thrusts of the British. French. Americans and f are withdraw ins haste before the want to run away, now that th**y , deft -t in sight, but w* r^us: puiii-h them thoroughly, for rh�y have don*' not only a lot of talking, but a lot of ' villiauoiH work. fonu:ir*s!^r.'V'. of comm, -.-'(i;." �'i -:\ '\'\\>-  '.mmi- U ' i a>\ sh--'j {! ti:,. lar.:� r  was th�4 salary {>! 'h.* G-'U' ^.T.jriae.'r. th^rc would b.� r.o otj.-v-tion !-� a l-ir^.T number of Of the 32 Canadians who have been awarded the Victoria Cross two were from Saskatchewan. Moosomin has [ the proud distinction of having been the following: j *ne home of both theae valorous men, *Th,. peopb.i of Misiria Hungary ; ? H/ Ml1"\n* V'V"* "ndvlho ,*teI ^ J- whoan place, auu.:..: the nations wq ! 'ombft� } C' bo}h ot twhorn nfd h**n * saf^ :,.rdod and assured,! w0,,^8 (le?.t" bef?ro oho accord- ! the free-t .mnorl I �- H* Mullln lf| lhft on^ (-ftn�Uian  ��>tnrii.->-i:oiH'; s oniy \ nominal .-alary. *Th>. only a vayton plan *s easily had in print and thr stud> of it ih*�n>hy made This ian only, at best, bo taxed for school purposes. augg�v:-tIon. Bouquet to the Press ''The public press, if not very judicious, can be a very serious menace to the straight commission form of government, but it would be impotent, I think, in adverse influence with the Managerial form. "Legitimate and a't in tiif V'-� all. o" ' I 1 bo required. j wish to s*'0 should b�� at-roru- : tne iree-i oppor tunity ot autono:. ;s development. \S.nre thai t me was written and uttered to ih- confreres of the ! Cnited States, "h.* government of the Cnited States lu> recognized that a \ ptate of belhger.-ncy exists between j tho Czechoslovaks and the German and AuHtro-Huucartan empires and that the Czeligercnt of tho Gor-'man government, clothed with pro-I per authority to direct the military i and political affairs of the Czocho-SIo-vaks. It has also recognized in tho fullest manner the justice of tho nationalistic aspiraMons of the Jugoslavs for freedom. j "Tho president is, therefore, no 1 longer at liberty to accept the mere *autonomy'*of these peoples aa a basis of peace, but i- obliged to insist that they and not he shall he tho judges as to what action upon tho part of tho Austro-Uungarian government will satisfy their aspirations and their con-ceptlnn^jf their rights and destiny as members of the family of nations. "Accept, sir. the renewed assurance of my highest H?a"T ''V f,wcfen' W�ah">6t�B. f.ui i, ,-lu.�i!,K ti.iH line iiuteml of op- 'rL,., A, ,  Hy order ot my gov Divot, uhil, .I..- cohunii.*fiiiln�{ ern.!neiu 1 lll'v- ll>o honor to conflnen- tiie ril>-i or the fan, in-iteud of pursuing the ad\�-rrury, arc being pursued, p�r '.i*M, loi>lb-d .'Jul hki'HiiK*u}. COH- >e.iufuily, tin- regularity with which Co- fan \%as u>-nrd at the beginning of th" war and which, according to the erov.a prince, was " and joy-ouh. ' is ab.ii-nt in this movement. Mar-hai f-'nc! uifhhoUls from I^ud* endorff tin* b-i-iure to operate hln elaa-tic reii'e.u at will. Tho cnoruy is nhlo io r'�'!�' U.M� at *S?ft. *,nd ln the air and to enter immediately upon negotiations for a peace for which ing and in tho region of the Oise in front or den, Debeney. The > most competent authorities admit that the German retreat haa thus far boon hc-complished in masterly fashion. Tho question whether tho Germans will be able to hold the vital pouiiH along the, A lane and Oine until they got out of precarious situations tdsowhoro is he-coming more, and more acute. Yet predict ions of the immediate crumbling of tho Gorman line anywhoru ore coi;siuv:i'!';, and was continued until Nove'j.her. Then it was suspended unul s<'j.'''!ij!.�:r *�f thi.-i year, ivhon the 11 points in the message of President Wibon to congress on Jan. 8, 11)18, and the four points contained in President Wilson's address of Fob. 11:, 1018. should sorve as a foundation and in which ihe viewpoints deelared by President Wilson in hie addrosB or Sept. r!tl8, will also be taken into account "Ho please to accept, etc.,