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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN : :i-.i... ^ �. : �>,�.? * Tlio night is dark, and there ia storm ba.'-the jea, � Carry'Jon! / Thunder'bfiiempe^t, and-reefs on the lee,' Carryibn! ' The noble have^^led, -and the gallant ere 6p6d, ~ By the graves of our l^ro'thers the blood-of our dead, . Carry,onf ' . Wo touch not a sheet tji^i^gh the wind strain the mast. Carry on! The taut -weather-rigging hums Joud in the blast, Carry onj The rent flag above us streams out In the night, We beat toward port and ^be dawning of light, Carry on! Through darkness and tumult and thunder of foam. Carry on! There are great hearts'now waiting and hijtigerlng at home. Carry on! Through the bitter night watthes, the storm and the strife, "We are born into being, wa live Into Life-Carry on! H.W. �  � �> ! : * : * : �> .    4* �� PERSONAL 4> * * > * * ? � ��> � .> All church meetings including tlie .union prayer, meeting .are cancelled I for the week.  � * Mrs. McKlUop will be present at the Red Cross rooms tonight from 8 to 9, to distribute work to the teachers and business women, who are asked to call for work to be done at home. � '   The societies sewing at the Red Cross rooms will be unable to meet this week but can get work from the , rooms to do at home. The convenors ! of the bags ars asked to attend to the distribution. Workers are urged to call for work in order that the amount of sewing done may not be depleted; 4> 41 � The United church I)� Members of the Next-ot-Kin are asked to mall the address of their husbands, sons or brolhei's to any of the following addresses on or before Friday, October 26: Mrs. J^ongworth, 1127 13lh St. N. Mrs. Craig, 1256 4th Ave. N. Mrs. Leigh, 1254 lith Ave. N. Miss Cleaver, Bos 418, City. *-*..� The swimming and gymnasium Clowes, under the auspices of the Women's Civic club, will t� discontinued for the present, owing to the influenza epidemic. Ktndljr watch this column for further d�I?� i�ii�*rding-the classes. ? : ; ; : ? : 'y*^* c : : ; ? : > WEDDINGS > ? � ^ . ;v  o :;> > : ? : : > .> : : .^ ROSE-BARDSLEY At the home of Mr. Fred .Miller, 832A Third St., Medicine'-Hat, Pte. .Walter Roso of Hillovest Mines, returned soldier, and .Affs. J. A. Bards-ley of Blairmore, were u'nited in marriage, Oct. 17th, by Rev. R. G. Blundell. * � * ? : ? : : : : ? > .J > FOOD BOARD FLASHES ? ? FOR FEMININE FOLK ? ? . ? Are Canadians as a whole eating at the Allied table-the common table o� self-restraint and carefulness? Are they remembering that it ia necessary for tlie North American continent to ship abroad 17,550,000 tGns of meats, fats, breadstuffs, sugar and feed grain lor the year ending'Julv 1, 191�. This does not sound like relaxation of effort but rather like acceleration in production and conservation. The figure aimed at for the- coming year represents 5,730,000 tons more than was shipped in the year ending ,7uly 1, 1918. This surplus alone is 197,000 tons greater than the entire annual shipments baspd upon the average for the three years before tho war. NEW PREMIER AND B FORTHEFUTORE Ottawa, Oct. 21.-Informatiori that the Belgian cabinet is losing no time in making its plans to resume the government of the re-ocoupled territory is conveyed in a cable received by the Belgian consul-general. It states that at a meeting of the cabinet held toward the week-end steps were taken to restore the normal circulation of Belgian money in tho freed territory. After considering the military and political situation, it was decided to at once frame several reconstruction mensurea. As a token of admiration and gratitude to the army it was decided to make more favorable allowances to the relatives of Belgian soldiers. The cabinet also .9ancti6ned legislation with respect to individual rights and determined the manner in which compensation for damages caused by the war will be ascertained and adjusted. ARE WILD WMY FROM THE ENEMY Towns Long in Hands of Germans Celebrate-Paris Sees Captured Guns touch them. Let them carry them off. I have plenty more in stock." More than 1700 captured cannon lined the thorouglifare from the Alexander bridge to the Place de La Concorde. The Place is filled with Gothas and other airplane*. Captured German tanks face the entrance to the Tuileres gardens. GREEK EXPERIENCES Basel, Oct. 21.-M. .?ilallnoff, the new Bulgarian premier, outlined the .program of tho new government before the Sobranje yesterday. Mem-i bers of the new cabinet were present-I ed to the Sobranje during the meeting. M. Malinoff announced that it was his purpose to pacify the country, stabilize the regime and create conditions-which will permit the realization of Bulgaria's demo&ratic aspirations. _ �� Gen. Theordoroff, the jib>v' foreign-minister," gave detailed;-explahiiirons of the policy hi* departmofit would follow.^ n- f- . - ..yo . Representative .7ohn-:A, Stirling, of the Seventeontli'-aillnois copgressional. district, was killed near Pontlao,- 111., when an autumobHe in .which he was riding plun^oAvifM- au embavUment.' Saloniki, Oct. 21.-Greeks from eastern Macedonia, who were taken from their homes by the Bulgarians and sent to the neighborhood of Kitchovo, Serbia, during tlie war, are arrivlMg hero following tlieir liberation by the allies. They say that they were forced to construct trenches along the Struma front and were under fire-much of the time. Not only the men, but women and children were under shell lire from the artillery at times. In the occupation of Greek Macedonia, tons of thousands of persons were do-ported and many of them have died from their harrowing experiences. FAIL TO LOCATE MURDERER. Edmonton, Oct. 20. - Forty-eight hours of unremitting work by the city, provincial and mounted police have failed to locate Joseph Cameron, alias Campbell, who on Thursday murdered Police Constable Frank Beevera and Sam Zappeler. The police believe that accomplices are hiding the murderer. Vicar (severely): Ah.' it's the old story! ITuskilled man dodging work he might get. Tramp: Unskilled, am 1? You 'ave a go at dodgin' work these days an' see if it do'i't U'A'e a bit o' skill.- Traoaor^iCi � � With tlie British Array in France. Oct. 20.-Roubaix and Turcolng today celebrated their deliverance from the eneniy and it was. "like a Christmas, New Year's Eve and Fourth of July rolled into one. Tears of joy intermingled with shouts of laughter, v.-hiie the population sang and danced and waved flags. The two cities went completely wild with emotional joy. There were hugs, kis.sea and handshakes for every British soldier. On their windows, housewives had pasted pictures oE French and British military ceiebdties torn from niagaziues. '/'here was good reason Cor Roubaix and Turcoing to celebrate the end of. four long years of hardship, privation and oppression. The swashbuckling' Germans had gone, leaving in their wake as much ruin as they could. Nearly every home in the city had been sacked and things that could not be carried away were destroyed. The Germans were peeved at the enforced leave aiid they went to extreme lengths to defile, destroy and steal. Roubaix and Turcoing were systematically burglarized, Roubaix suffering tho most. In Roubiax the Germans cut fine leather from chairs, ripped pictures from their frames and even took the coverings off mattresses. Apparently they went through the fine old homes of the city with the idea of seeing how much they could wreck the interiors. In many places the Germans seemed to go into a house and deliberately wreck everything they could lay their hands on. Paris Celebrates ^ Paris, Oct. 21.-A steady downpour of rain marred the opening of the fetes yesterday to celebrate the recent allied victories, but the heavy -skies did not prevent crowds from coming to view the captured guns, airplanes and other material. The crowds were allowed to handle the machinery in accordance with Premier Clemen-ceau's wish, expressed as follows: , "Let everybody see them. Let them I Charles Burnall, Saginaw, Mich., was sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment at Bay City for obstructing army enlistments. FROM OGEAN TO OCEAN Women Praise Ljrdia E. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compoiinal for Health Restpred. In almost every neighborhood in America are women who have tried this standard remedy for fesaai* ills and know its worth. Athol, Mass,-"Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound has done me a world of good i suffered from a weakness anQ a great deal of pain every month and nothing brought me any relief until I tried this famous medieiae. I am a different woman since I took it and want others who suffer to knew about it"-Mrs, ARTBtni LaWSOU 659 Cottage St, Athoi, Mass. San Francisco, Cal. - " I was in areiy weak nervous condition, having sufferea terribly from a female trouble for 4v�r five years. Ihad taken all Icinds of ine4> icine and had many different doctor* and thfv all said I would have to ba operated on, but Lydia E. Pfnkham's Vegetable Coiapound cured me entirely and now I am 4 strong veil woman/' -Mrs. R RoBSKAUP, 1447 Detrisadera : St, San Francisco, Cal. ' ^ For special advice in Ngafd to^foch ailments writa Lydia E. Pinlchiiih Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Tlie result of iu maiiy years experience is �t your service 20??90 3929152? ;