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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETMftRTDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1918 Xctbfertboe Ibetalb Xetbbri&ac, Alberta DAILY AND WKKKLV Prea-rUter* and Publleher* . fHI LKTHBRIOQE HCRALO>nlNT> INQ COMPANY, LIMITSD-Ml *th ttreet Seuth, Lethbrldf* W. A. Buchanan Preeident and Manafinjf Dlrectoi '. Man Torrance - V Buiiaeee Manager TSLF.PHONCt Bvslneei Office' !/..'.'..T.. tUltorM Of flea- ............ Ill* latacrlptlorr Rataai. Bally, delivered; par. week . Daily, d�llv�red,. par. .year-  Daily, �r tiall, - r*r. .year .. iWaaHfi by mmtl, p�r^T�ar it AIM W��klf, by-mail., par year-to U.B..M.O(L; Data* of-expiry -of �eecrletlona �?� year daily on addreai ,i*b*L Aoeajpt-ace of-papere tile, etptratum Oiti 1* ear auiiorily to-conUnaa tha �tb-.\ � acrigtloa- . - _ 1 THINK NOT OF DOLLARS BUT OF PATRIOTISM. "I cannot tell you how bitter and bloody the fighting in that battle wat. The fight for Del-vllle Wood tatted for nearly two months, and In those two months 400 .shells fell every minute on DerWMe Wood, and not less than 300,000 men were killed and wounded there. That wood during t,he battle was a scene of death, bloodshed,, and smash such as cannot be Imagined. You walked oh the -bones "and flash of men and on fresh blood dripping out of stretchers. By the side of the track was a poor starved cat eating the brains of a man. "In..High Wood they fought till the rags and bones -of dead men hung from the wrecks of the tress! u In Pozleres, men lived for days and nights under a never-ceasing barrage designed to blow -ttrem off the ridge which they had won. They were burled and unburled and reburled by shslls. There were 80,000 casualties, on that ghastly table, and the shell-shock caass leaped and shook and twittered in every clearing station. "Twenty thousand men were killed and wounded In the taking ef a nest of machine guns In the subterranean fort of Mouquet Farm. Our men went 'down Into the shafts of that fort and /ought in the darkness underground till the passage was all seamed with bullets. "We lost half a million men in that great battle, and we had our reward. For in the winter of 1917, In the winter night, a great and shattering barrage raged up along the front. It was the barrage which covered the attack en Mlraumont, and drove the enemy from the Ancre valley. The next day came the news that fterre had fallen, and we want up and stood In Serre. And Gomme- court fell, and the rain of shells ceased upon Loupart and ' La ' Barque, and the news ran along like wildfire that the enemy was going back." So wrote John Mass-field. What, alongside! such language � thjiSi are figures an*d appeals to the material side of war bonds? Why not discard altogether the tactics and practices of the counting house, so foreign to such a cause as that in which we are engaged to the death, and stand upon the higher platform of patriotism? Internal conditions are so bad that a revolution might develop quickly. Further warfare would assure civil war. The German cardinal, whose statement was published yesterday, confesses that the situation In Germany is dark. Germany is on the f edge of the precipice. Russia's pre--sent state, for which it is responsible, ; may he its own before ninny weeks. It would be n just punishment for the war lords, too. A taste of Russia's hiedlclne would make them realize the evil they bad created in the world. T SUBMIT 10 A ('OKTIXVKn dv Paob -4) GERMANY'S PROMISE TO DISCARD AUTOCRACY. Whether Germany is in earnest or not In Its last peace note, it has made one admission that cannot be withdrawn and that is (hut it is goln* PASSING jmtr iiSfr H. S. Hnstey, n former Ottawa alderman, is dead. W. a. Monton, well onto lawyer,,is dead. known Tor- Dr. C. D. Hamilton of Cornwall, died while on his way overseas. The Methodist general conference favored the abolition of pew rents. C'apt. J. j. Lynch, of the Toronto Fire Department, died from pneumonia. l.ieut. G. O. school teacher, action. Forsyth, a Toronto has been killed In be candid tude. some v.- i: i enough . Darling, and II. S. Loard. They belong to various Protestant denominations and are all working at the Cumberland Shipbuilding Company's yards. South Portland. Maintain the same yards are Professor w. F. Daggett, of the t'niversity o.' Maine, at Orono. and Professor Will-; lam Wallace Andrews, Principal of i ! the Uutler Grammar School, at f'ort-I land. Another notable recruit to the ; Maine shipyards Is lir Arthur l.c.v Package Corporation. New Annie Stiller, 14, "killed by a street car In Winnipeg, was deemed ir(S court to be "worth |l.:t.v>. Her mother sued the company for Sl.'.leO damages. Rev. - Ph. D, Thos. Wearing. M. A.. R. D, has been appointed principal I of Woodstock College. I Archibald T. MacNoill. ted. ! ers. Should we at home maintain as | fundamental the national egoism I which until a short time ago was the j dominating i'ok'c of the people's life | there would be no restitution, and re-i novation for us. There would �ho i\ i feeling of bitterness which' would cripple us for generations. idea of Justice "|!tit if we comprehend that the sig-. nii'ic.iuce of this ('rightful war is, ' above all. victory for the ideaoNjus- , tiee and if we do not resist this idea � the task of either war I view the Moonoy case. Mooney's ro or peace by carrying out the govern- j prieve expires on December 14th. ir.ent'" program and definitely break- . - i ing awav from the old svstetu." ' A. speed 'record of more than 1 0 i The imperial chancellor then .lis- ! hl1''','1 Kr*midr^,oe vutt go some form of war o(. ; reiel.stag one of which enables mem-' bers of Die house to enter the govern-I mem without resigning and another 'proposing a change in the laws regarding the responsibility of the ciiati. cellor. lie continued: i "Deputies- will take part-In the dl-: reetinr. of imperial ifojlcy and in the name of the chancellor will be "responsible without b�ing ministers, thus a new way is opened, for arriving at responsible conduct of imperial nffairs - the parliamentary way. "We are convinced that it will sup- j ~' � plv, not onlv the government.-hut in- ' liftonl aml ^lhel ^,IIls- (,,f Krlea� directly parliament, with precious tor-! ;vr7, follnil( B��ty at the result' of" preliminary , negotiations to obtain a legal exten- "mntford township off.eials have .-ion .-f th.v chatieelll.rV respo'iisjbllitv, �Pt>,u,erc,r William himself is reported to have emphatically denour.e.-d such an. event at the meeting of the cown council on Saturday. _ ' : Authority for People The chancellor declared it wus the aim of himself and Uis, colleagues to establish the political authority of the, . .. . . German people. After s.-.ving that he ! � !l*"n xtn* �a only ron and onlls ed fcock. professor of Greek at Phillips ; welcomed expressions of opinion and i ^*!\c,n t'*T" "' whi,,! aUund,n8 ' Bxetor Academy. . that he mid his colleagues were agreed j ""'!">' College. So almost completely have all these "s !f> methods and purposes, he added: j parsons and professors succeeded in -'Our aim is the political authority j losing their Identity In the shipyard;0' til0 German people. This is tho | that it is with some difficulty that guiding star of my-eollaberators.atid i myself." .' The chancellor said (hat indivi'dual' members of the government at first had di.ferent viewpoints, inn-now had i been brought nearer together. ."The German people has long been in the saddle," he said. "Now It Is to ride." "Our first and last' thought." the chancellor continued, "is for the bravo Harry Rapaport, Calgary jeweller, dlod suddenly. Dr. Gaston Morln, Ottawa specialist, died from, pneumonia. Idaho suffragists are waging a bitter fight against Senator Borah. Lieut. Roy Adams, brother of C. F. Adams, Calgary, lawyor, has beon klllod In action. More than one million votors aro registered in JXew York city, tho number including 414,760 women. Angus Andrews, a mnll clerk, died suddenly at Belleville after making a trip to Petorboro. W. H. Martin. Si* years, of ago; has been working constantly nil summer and fall on his farm' at' Kenton, O. Abuse of overtime Is remedied' by the War Labor Hoard, which rules thai extra pay cannot bo drawn bo-fore tho regular number of hours per week has "been put In. Lieut. James Reginald Stratton, Royal Engineers, of Petorboro, Ont., who prppjired track bridges to save guns under machine-gun fire, is a-warded a br.r to the Military Cross. Kingston City Council adopted the two platoon system for the fire department. The present staff will be divided into night and day shifts, but all men will bo under call at any time. Crime showed a decrease in Ontario for 10IT over ifilfi. Decrease In commitments was 8.l!5">, the to- MASON & RISCH PIANO VALUES LEAD Intending purchasers will find this particularly true^upon investigation. Here they > will find pianos that are live-with-4ble �> pianos. ; Dependable for Service, Quality, and  Tone and sold through our "Factory. to 1 Home" system at much lower prices than in the average stores, and^our : . EASY PAYMENT PLAN mVkos purchaso attractive-scattered over moKtSfi for ' your convenience. "A chnmplon In the' 'SWPjjMIK"' line came to ue yetterdax:l� - pnrt payment for a (law Mae-on & Rlsch Player Plaho. Ita a Plank A Co. Platio-an In--strument worthy of {hie fhort; ^ ey asked and we'll make {(ood " this claim to your1 full eat-Ufactlon. It's yours for MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. LETHBRIDQB to- succeed | tal being 12.145. The number of who resign- prisoners sentenced shows a decrease from ?,:itil to 8.S67, or 1.4S7. William Dowdell, who while out on iHtspended sentence on another charge of theft, stoic a large ntim- Arthur Brisbane bns^ nought the Kvertlng Wisconsin newspaper in Milwaukee, and will edit it himself. A. 1). Foreman. Postmimter and Magistrate In Winona, Ont.. died utter a brief illness. He was a former President of the Postmasters' Association of Canada. Five sons of J. G. Douse of^Lefroy, ber.of tires from an auto garage j Onl.. answered the call to the'colors. In which he was employed, was ien- j Today three of them are dead, another tenced at London. Ont., to two years' is wounded and in hospital, and the imprisonment. j fifth has been invalided home. A. Moyor, of tho South "Bay settlement, Lake Dauphlnv 'Is .reported to have had n yield of 700' bushels of wheat from eight acres. THAT YOU MAY LEND Lieut.-Col. W. A. Bishop told Canadian Club at Owen Sound the last they may be locafd among the workers. The same is true of Dr. Wise and his son James;, who aro working m common -laborers at {3 a day in tho L-uderg Marine Construction Company's Shipyards, Stamford, Connecticut. Dr. Wise reports with his son at 7 a.m. daily and quits with the other workers. These men whom we hive mentioned are but a few among many ' men arP � "'�fending themselves Americans who have chosen to work aRnmst superior forces and whom we in the shipyards as their contribution \ musl "''fend against, unjusu charges, of energy to the winning of the war. ' Sn ono m,lst think hft can att*rk mir r,,,, ., v,. . ,, _ _ , ; army without also attacking the hon- Canada has been In the war since or /f Qur ptiop,e the beginning. Our people, the bulk "tiu. i0t of our soldiers today Is ter-at any rate, have made many' sacri-1 rlbly hard. They fight with anxiety flees of loved ones, monov, pleasure I Clip homeland and with their minds and luxuries, and it is inspiring to !fixod ?" pei,cc' and ?heJf-.h?'.d. ?hoir � ^ , . I ground, read that across tho line, our record The extraordinary' war time meals being emulated, and in some in- ' surcs. the chancellor explainSd, could stances, surpassed. It is only by a \n01 l,e dispensed with, but they that thirty-five per, rent, of the al-lied airmen in ffrpnc* were Can-' adians. j Lieut. Matthew Morns Wilson, son (of Matthew Wilson. K. C of * Chnt-| ham, was killed' jn action on the [woMffii front or! Oct ber l. Lieut. Cabinet changes at Ottawa aro mooted. Hon. T W. McGarry of the Ontario government., Jl. K. Greon, M. I', for West Kooieuai, and II. A. Rlgg, former labor Ml'P..'in Manitoba, are suggested. It Is said that Hon. C. J. Doh.jrty, minister or. Justice, may go to the supreme court. - common sacrifice and a united effort of all the people, combatants and non-combatants, that the war can be won. * > - . , Save that you may he able to Invest in your country. Buy a Victory Bond and aid In giving the enemy a crushing blow. Canada needs your dollars as much need. banned there for.the balance of the election campaign. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR In their onward sweop in Belgium, the killed forces have reached a per- iod where a pause Is necessitated, so i 88 shc needed men; save to meet rapid has been their advance. The armies of King Albert ure now within a stone's throw of Ghent. In northern Franco, the German army is being rushed towards Mons at a great rate. Allied forces entered the environs of Valenciennes last night, a city on the border between France and Bel-glum, and only a few miles from Mons. They are already^ operating beyond Tournal. The indications are that the Germans are preparing for a stand behind the Scheldt where they are now gath-1 ring In force. The German staffs re evacuating,-Brussels. President Wilson's reply to' the latent German .note on the armistice terms Is hot yet forthcoming, but the Oerman^ government Is building txlgh hopes upon It. In the meantime German radical elements become more bold ftnd outspoken in their denunciation of the powers that caused the war. could bo carried out.only by the chancellor, who would be responsible to the relchstag for their application. "Ills majesty's decrees, which I announced recently, hnv(! now been Issued," he said. "They concern not only tho> censorship, the right of- public meeting and restrictions on personal liberty, but have to do with economic, j social and political matters. I "If local, military commanders, dis-| agree with the civil authorities, the j d'cision must be reached.Immediately ' by the highest commander, who will ' not be able to promulgate any decision to which agreement is not given | by myself or my representative, n.'imo- _ ly, Secretary of State' Groeber. Care ' will bo taken that the Htati; of sii-gu Probably tho electors of Red Deer | i, maintained 'fti the spirit in which I wish that public meetings could be | assumed the functiou.1 of th�> govern- ment and In which I am resolved to discharge tlwm." GERMANY 18 - *T TH'E PRECIPICE. * What{ier Germany il bluffing in'its Some people may find it harder to j buy Victory Bonds this year than last, but a purchase, made at a sacrifice, will reap Its reward. Candidate Galbraith In the Rod Deer bye-elaction doesn't claim to bo a farmer, es his opponent, but ho boasts of some agricultural experience, for his paper, the Advocate, says: HUNS READY TO Dr. :g. B. Beed .assistant professor of botany anil lecturer In bae-teriolbgy at Qtie�*n's University, believes he has i�>>!ated the Spanish influenza germ, lie is growing the germs by millions, and has prepared a vaccine, with which ho has already inoculated some two hundred persons with good results. Les3er Slave Lake Is In northern Alberta, and a few months ago tho Government gave permission to certain Interests to take out of the lake l,500,00v pounds of fish. It is stated that the "enterprising fish producers" have cleaned up a neat little gross profit of $67,000 on the' 1,500,000 pounds of fish. Hitting back at Rev. Dr. Wm. Hochester .secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance. Dr. O. II. Cruikshank, M.H.O., of Windsor, saya. "I regard the efforts to �^p us from getting our Sunday newspapers as a return to the middle ages. Not in any civilized country should intelligent people be. stopped from reading what they desire to read on Sunday." Dr. Roberts, medical health officer (>i Hamilton, declared that among other tilings the use of eucalyptus was of no use as a prevontativo against Spani.-h influenza. Senator l.yneh-Sinuntun, who has made use, of eucalyptus many times to ward off t;rlppo, disagrees with tho doctor's opinion. The senator says his attention wns -first called to tho efficacy of eucalyptus by an article he reud in the London Lancet.- He also points to the use that was made of It at the I time of tin; Human fever, and to tlio fact that Dr. Barker, of Johns Hopkins iiniv�r>>!t y, attaches' considerable value to tho benefits of eucalyptus, the llolienzollenis, if they are an oh He Ins i,,m,j j,i ,, , , Ktacie to it, dec-lares the Volksfreiung in lmuUna- ,mP,il .^ ' �" ]"�u�* "**PWnrv>ce of the of a ihreBhlnB thol,t.B""!nd Huperstltfous belief that .the emperor blower-To hL i* wllho,ut tt >'�" r]u>�m ni1'' �* Tvim, Kight. ofTrdurov road. �Tf 0Vftr ')k;r:os i The Kchwablsche Tagwacht says corduroy roads and been mired in ; that everybody is now convinced the The, _ Methodist General Conference fixed ihe salary sohedule, and handed a $1,000 increase to Hev. Dr. Geneva, Oct. 22.-Peace must not bo , Chown, general superintendent of delayed a single day on account of \ the Church, and similar increases to ' other heads of departments. Some get even more than, a $1,000 boost, itev. S. i). Chown, general superln- Jpace' overtures or not, we are cer- caP'taI involved, of any bttsinoss .In one 'thing, and that Is that jj6^^ "^-spapor bus! ________,____, ,..., ,tc, uiii-uii in � mat everybody Is now convinced the pitch holes; he has wrestled with ! allies will not accord Germany a cheap willow roots in clearing land. He has ; pence, "hut if the glory and power lost money in farming-he has not . of imperial Germany Is the price, the made much at It. He knows' the farm i German people are ready to pay." conditions by experience; he has al-! In permitting such Items to leave ways-had sympathy with the farmer, i Germany, the German "consorBhlp up-anil has frequently expressed his view j parnntly Is preparing public'opinion that it is the worst remunerated husl- | for coming events-ness hn proportion to the brains and tendent, $fi.H0fi. ilev. S. W. Kallls book steward, ?4.f>�0, Rev. C. PI. Mnn-nlng, home missionary secretary, $4,-000. Kev. Dr. Kndlcott, foreign mia-slons Kecretary. ?4,000. Rev, Dr. Grelghton, Guardian editor, $4,000. Hev, Dr. A. C.-CruWB, Sunday school papers editor, $4,000. . Rev. F. C. .Ktephonson, forward movement secretary, $4,000. itov, Wesley Dean, soc-rotary flnunco dppartment, $4,000. Rev. 11. J. D. Simpson,- book steward, $4,000. Rev. 1'Vank Ijangford, secrpt- -------------------- ^ry of .Sunday School �nd JSpworth Fro.d G. Rumba)!, son of ex-Mayor League department, $4,000. Rev. -T. P. G. Rumball, London, Ont, died aX- A. Moore, secretavy ovangollam a�4 ter a prdlongod iilnpijs, . . MOlal service, $4,000,' Utsion, for a moment those far off ports beyond the trackless seas- From Arctic ice. to the torrid lands beneath the Southern Cross- From towns tucked in the mountains* 16 the busy river's mouth- WRIGLEYS is there i There, because men find comfort and refreshment in its continued use. Because of its benefits ind because MADE IN CANADA Sealed tiuht-Keptrtaht ' x- A'- 70 ;