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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta n AW THUHSI-AY, OCTOHKH 25, .9.7 WKEXLY tubicrlptlen lUua: Pilly. delivered, delivered MI yesr ......J5.CO by mall per Weekly, by mil. per ysar Weekly, by ulL per roar to U.S.. JJ.OJ TELEPHONES Basnae-u Office Ealiorlll 1! W. A, iuchinin Prudent and Managing Director Jobn Torrance TJuslnesi Mauajer permanent organization wight have Led to endless difficulties. If amalga- mation next year can to made a sue-1 cess, then will be (he time to cun-1 cliter amalgamation (or the fuluro, i with tie Inclusion o[ (airs from olher 1 IOWBS Jo the south.- )lul everything dependi on the success ot the venture. and 11 will be for lie people ot Lett- bridge In particular io pull together to make It a success In order that the spirit ot co-operallon may be shown to be the rold to lasting success. The Jieralrt uuderslsous that some or tuo local women's organizations are opposed to the stauipeJo feature ol tho program. There la a great divi- sion11 ot opinion over this sublcet, hut there can IK no two opinions over the fact that the stampede held here last Bummer was the blgscst success aud UP Iff PASSING fOK THE'_ BUSY'. MAN ot eiplry or traded more people than event dally on address IsbeL Accept tnce of after expiration date I) our authority Lht Vtur King anil Country Need Ycu Ngwl THE PROGRESS OFt THE WAR The sudden offensive developed by the French on the Soissons front has brought Ihem one of Iqe greatest vic- tories of ihe war within the yasl few days. This sector of the frcut, which 13 at the lowest point In the dip of tbe German lines Into France, has been practically Inactive for sgrne lime. The offensive this week was on a" sis-mile front, and gained ground more than s mile In depib. pris- oners totalling already some SOOP. The drive fa tn the direction of Laon fcnd will go far toward a straightening the line between Reims and St. Quen- Tfae newly organized psrllament In HussLa will co-operate intli iho iov- ernment in a great effort lo restore the morale pf the Russian armies, and lo confirm lo the soldiers the belief lhat only crushing defeat of Germany Triil bring real peace and the realiza- tion of their dreams of a true democ- racy." The Germans have already raided Ihe Gulf of Finland, and the evacuation of Kionstad has begun. The Auslriana on the Hal Lin front, reinforced from Germany, have com- menced an offensive against recently captured positions bow held by the Italians. In Ihe hUtory of iho city. eiclutltus the Farming Congress which was international in character and had supporl to ihe tune of 000. Nor can there bo any two opin- ions orer Ihe fid that Ihe Lelhhrldge fair toard is In debt and must lake the safest way of clearing--u ;he 'inilebtedneu. There are features of a stampede which are obnoxious to some, people, but on thjfe they are characterisljc of the last great west, and If-tho worst features ore eliminated, as Ihey-cau be, Ibcre will be nothing to draw the fire of any or ganlzatlou of women. The stampede is the big drawing card and It should be made the feature of .the 191S teir at least. AUTO THIEVES SHOULD BE PUNISHED The feels which bare come-to lighl over lie Uieft The has formed a un Ion government. Half the members are olher dry. That's why- storms one hour and the sun shines tbe next Gaston Pllon, i Monlreal anil-con Ecrlptlonlsl, Jn-a'passionate address referred to Premier Borden and Han Mr..MelRhen as "dirty which the Qil'ava' citizen thinks, should in spire the. retort: "After my deai Gaston.1-.' Dr. Clark is tho fusion candidate fo tho Red, Deer constituency. Thcr Isn't zniich'doubfahbuthJs'belng elect ed cither. Red Michael is still a Lib eral but Isn't playing politics fo the'durailon of the war. Ho is a Un Jonlsl, and unionists are neither Lib- eral or Conservative at this lime 1 they are truly patriotic. campaign, to an :end- Lo command should bV'pu't to .work to.calcb the, culprits and wh'en they are cangtit there should puny and costs Inflicted. An eiample should be made, of offenders.-? Stealmg an automobile even if It la only for "a joy Tide in "tic jote class, j, "-T cars._iraaid also do .well to lahV. Mayor Hardle's advice and lock .their cars, when leaving them on (he street. v FOR THE PACIFISTS .AND OBJECJORS commend without comment this from Calvin's "Institutes" to tbe Careful "reading objectors .and 'theological pacifists. Now; aV It Is sotnellmea necessap- fbr'.klnjSB1'and'nations to take up arms'-for, the Infliction of sucb public vengeance, I6e same.reaion will lead 'TIS''to'infer thn lawfulness, wars which are undertaken for this e'nd. For If they have been IntrnElGd with power lo preserve the Iranqulllty of their own territories, ,lp suppress the Ecdflious tumulta of disturbers, to suc- 'ZOT the vjcllma of ODpresblons, and to punish 'they eiert this power for a belter to re- pel. Ibe violence ot blm'wbo disturbs both Lhs private repoac of Individu- als and the general IranqullUy of the Jlnj Knight U honorary president o Tbe hon weJl.earned.-and his uaanlmou miles it aur when the and sUged th ot Augysl next year even he has to travel thbusaads of miles lo that V; k We mentioned Ibft other day lia Ihe -new cabinet, ministers In Albert and Saskatcbewan were natives Middlesex- cpncly, Ootarlo.- It is wo toy pf note tbal Hon. J. A. Calder an Hon. 'A. L.vSLIton, whose transfer t union porernijient caused th came from lhat count; Watch a.little boasting Ihcs days from'the Middlesex old boys, S1ENK IN IHE C1H Commissioners of Opinion Thr, Heavier Penalties Would Stop to It PfckpockeU at lua Union depot, Re-, An Increase In deaths from alcoholic Ina. relieved paBgenscra of inoney to iwlsoniug since urohobltkin vena noted le amouut ot (210.' Frank McElroy, by a cou- ir at Hock Day.1 tilled the animal hU Ills shotgun. by the chief coroner Fifteen tons ot mill: Is daily sh across tho 51. Lawrence to 3a jlovrn, N- Y.. creamery. at LaVenoM ilcstroyed two vil- uablQ houses belonglue lo Mr. Wes- ley Leonard. are engaged In rcbulldlug tho burued portion ol tho Campbell Itrase, Aruprlor. James Sutherland Uruce Co., died very ot Ilolyroad, EUildauly Just as ho was enLcrUij (he DumlaloQ Ho- tel, Stratford. A Campbellford man, 11. Husaell. potatiH-a which w D. has _ lo UXe of cd to Iho water's edge Cor-iw s) .Mllllarv Hospital. Vic- Caual. Iho csuso belns unknown, toiale.1 Liiisars) A lead and paint Industry to be .arted on industrial Island will add censors, and oue-tioio aldermaD. Is nother to the annual payroll dead. 4 f Vincouver. t j The first session cf the fourth lefils- has been a eroal falilns off ul jature Of SasVaiciien-an, elected on 'ancouver In Ilia appllcailons for ua- june, last, has been called ft meal uraliEallou. only 5S having applied Tueailay, 13- uring 1917. f A convention to nomlnalo a Liberal lalo for Ibo federal Victoria cou- oao ot tbe oM-Umcrs of Ilio city. !a bis 66th year. A Cobours ilog tos detelopeil rt ot stealing milk (rom tollies oors. lie Is slid to dona tbe ardboird top wild his upse, eu- oy tho driuk. _ clal surtax lou of this it Victoria. Benjamin Taylor, an elderly rcsl 'dent of Vancouver, died at the eral hospital after being picked uji unconscious ou the street. CONGOLEUM RUGS WE HAVC JUrr RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT. M1MHT ADVANCE IN PRICE. STOCK IS KXTKA HEAVY JUST'-NOW FOR ONE WEEK ONLY OUR PRICES A5 FOLLOWS: GxOlicgular Sale Price.......... Lleul. L. F. Burrows, ot Salmon. at stitueDcy will be ot Tofield on teer, deccrstcd vitL Ilia Tuesday, Nov. 0. A deputation o( Ye.I am 1 away from the Injuries rcccl d at an hospital la Uuffalo. X.Y., Saturday. 4 Ceo. Coombs, BB Imperial temper- minion government taking Immediate actloa with regard lo prohibition ot tho manufacturo aud sale ol alcoliolic beverages. British subjects o( Eligible ago In many ej-Eagemeats, died at ihe Untied States, being exempt un- Ken s'ound, recently, aged IS. iScrgt. der the alien clause from tho Coombs was in Port Balla Hassar; can draft, will be called to Lho Cana- Clly, during the tnemorablc dlan army. Jese by the Africans ID 1S79. Detroit's Liberty Loan committee Great efforts have been made to re- vlvo shipbuilding In Yt'alea. believes it bas found oriu young wo-' Out of 47C examined In Chatham last week, 201 wcro found fit and 157 rejected. man whose palrlollsrii embodies ter's four definHlons of Lhc word. Miss nculah Henderson, living at No. avenue, Delrolt. ts the name of this young patriot. She Is employ- Very Her. Dean Davis, the retiring _.----. .ector of St. James'Anglican church, etl in a large Detroit music house at South'.London, > nresented with a a.salary ol a week. Miss Hemler-. purso' Ot gold containing about 5500. William n.YCavstoc. of Dowiile, when In the hayloft putting down hay, fell through the trap breaking his back. He llveil only a short time sou gives a week for (ho- of a Belgian baby, vn's, weeU dues IVforifor palriollc organization, sends 52 weekly to a brother'In a French hospital recovering front woundST and1 is paying a week for a Liberty bond. She regrets she 3 unable lo do more. Military Cross. IfoMias been connect H-llh .ho Cpnsdlau FioJil Artillery since his enlistment. A peculiar Incident occurred 0.1 Lou- don, Onl., when Mips Mary Cahlll. o[ West Loudon. received a paste from Toronto telling lhat her brother Frank had died In tho Isolation Hos pllal, Toronto, of Llack lever, and had been buried. Ucllcvlng there HIUB! hare been some mistake, Miss Cahll wired tht? Toronto hospital and was Informed that her brother was thcro but was progressing favorably. WANTS AN AGREEMENT. Clirltffanla, Oct. on the recent American official stale meat' concerning exports Irom the United States to neutral countries Tho Norsko Intelllgcnsedlcr. Ih government brgan, says Norway Js doing her best to arrive at an agree- ment. the United Stales as soon as possible. The stalem.enl was made In rcplj to olher which arc de 'ji and Ing more nctirc steps for a set llemcnt ot the difficulty hctoro Nor way 13 faced by famine. Funu FKOXT FRANK WADDINGTQN WILL- SELL BY .There fats'been more or leas of s epidemic of steaMftg wit joy-Hdlnv as .the purpose ol the tem- porary I he Its Itt'the city lately. An- other occurred last night. A. M. Grlgg'a new car taken from In CD H-JiJle he was MOQ and an, cffa'ef-'at dinner.-' He .went out after dinner to put, watef lnrlhe car and found It was gone. 'Up.lfll 10 o'clock fhfa mornJng 'the police had not located !l it Is 15 cases of a similar nature has been reported thla sammer. f The mailer was mentioned in the clly council meeting Lhla morning, one commissioners expressing the opinion that persons convlcled of such crimes should be lined and damages fo go to the ovrr.cT, stale; .who erdtss perpetrates acts of ty.'.and every species of crime? II they ought lo be the guardians and de- j fenders ot Ihe law, It is Incumbent up- on them (o defeat the efforts of all by Whose. Injustice the discipline ol the lawn Is And if they justly punish robbers, whose Injuries have 'only ex I ended to a few persona, shall they suffer a whole rilalrkt to be de- vastated with Impunity? For there Is .'no difference, whether he, who In a hostile manner Invades, disturbs, and plunders Ihc territory of another to I and failure to'pay would whlch he bas no right, be a king or Gee of Ihd meanest of mankind. All persons of. tlils'descrlptlon are equally to b'p cbastderetl as robbers and trcat- as sucb. [I Is tho dictate both of .'fiataral. .equity and of Ihe nalare ol tie blit'oe, therefore, lhat, princes ihould be'anncd, not only lo restrain the crimes of. Individuals by Judicial punishments, 'but also to defend tho tBrrllorlevcommlllcd lo their charge by going,