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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR I Ml', U\ i MH!U!)r,K dait. 1 HKRALD KM I DA V, OCTOBER 25, 1919 JLcthbribQe Ifoeralb DAILY ANO WIIKLY .Praprlatara and Publlaha* fmm LlTHftftlOQE HIRALD PRINT INQ COMPANV, LIMITED W. A. iMOhanjtn PrMKtnt and Manatin* Dlr��tof Torraac* *  Busioee* in to p I 1 TSLKPHONEt Otttea........... Ottlei ............ 1IM Eatty, 4aliT�red. �er wea* If telly.. daUtered. y�*r * v.. .JM* fcatty. ay rain, per yay ......K&j Waakly, *y mall, t*r T"*r .....JiiJ Weiikly, by matt Mr T**r t� tf.ft.TfCT* THE i-ASJ. WILSQ.N NOTE MEANS DICTATED PEACE. A dictated peace is the demand Woodmw Wilson's lust message Germany. "He deem? it his duty to say again, however, that the only armistice he would feel justified iu submitting for consideration would be ore which would leave the Cnited States and I the powers associated with her In a position to enforce anjr arrangements ' tha� n.,y b, entorci into .ud to ,,ak, - n^^-^^^rh^i a renewal of hostilities on the part of ,|Viute has a strong rase a�minst Germany impossible.'' is a clause in } C !\K. The C.1VU. declared that his message of which the meaning ; fields Er.iin visited hy the cannot he mistaken. Further the not?, says: "The president has, therefore, nan--mittr-d hi* corre.- \ onriencc will) lb-present" German authorities to i V .* governments with which the government of the Cnited States is Associated as a belUgorent with the sugges-tion. that if those kovc rumen t*> are disposed to oftoct peace upon the terms and principles indicated, their military AilYiioxs.;\ud the military ad- I ownspcuplo Hack From Welcome Him War Zone-A Dinner in His Honor of I he tht bridge board of trade while on a tnur of this district would not yield �Jo busheN per acre. The follow in� fictrre* are the average- yield per acre oi the fit'hi-* .**een en route � 1., E Pack. 2"� 7 hu-i. pe" acre; T. O Kins. IN bus.; v*. MeCany. bus : W Wilde. I'-i hu Magrntu. Oct. :M. --Captain N. T. |1hiry cf wi^*fHfiio�* y . to submit to the governments asso-^ear 4aily oay addreti Ub�l [ ciated against r;ertttanv the neeessarv laca of papers fiU. tf^taOia �lt � ^ tenug. of Rljch ,)n ftr;uil4(iCt, Wli! i fully protect thy interests of the peo ar ttftaorfty to contiaaa tht lufe- �crfpUoa. ,1 .t. Mangiri. ..i bus.; IV bus-; H. omo would think. Ion v.-,-,-c raised hy proper m'H.tgo arrl "tiio hoi;- e>t sweaf of t\w bi\iw We have ports of :\~ and even 4i bu^. on irrigated fi'ld- H s .vv.r-.*',: oat > if!.!* d huu 'fcfi.;- i;..;u -7 inj- ection of �he Odtlf.dion^ met on Mon-! doeunipnt " �tlding�', day evening at Konc .'mi's restaurant ..Al Blu;h a | part of subscriptions in ex- cess of that sum, to be used for war purposes only, and to be spent wholly in Cansda. The rate of interest will be S\2 per cent, per annum, payable May 1 and November 1, and the denominations 950, $100, $600 and $1000. The loan will be offered In two maturities-five year bonds, due November 1, 1923, and 15-year bonds, due November 1, 1933. The Issue price will be 100 and accrued Interest for both maturities, making the Income return 5Vs per cent, per annum. Provision la made for payment in five instalments as follows: 10 � per cant, on application; 20 per cent. December 6, 1918; 20 per cent. January 6, 1919; 20 per cent. February 6, 1919; 31.16 per cent March 6, 1919. The last payment of 31.16 per cent, covers 30 per cent, 'balance of principal and 1.16 per eent. representing accrued Interest at 5',a per cent, from Novembar 1 to due dates of the reapectiva Instalments. As a full half year's interest will be J paid on May 1, 1919. the cost of the t?ond�pw)J! be 106 and inter-eat. PMymtnt may be � made in full at the time of application at , 100 without interest, pr on any Instalment due date thereafter with interest accrued a**5'. per cent, per annum. Bearer bonds will be available for'delivery at the time of application to subscribers desirous of making payment In full. Bonds registered as to principal only, or as to both prlnolparand Interest in author. (zed* denominations, will be deliv ered- to-subscribers making payment In: full as toon as the re- \ quired registration can be made. Bonds of this issue will be free from taxation-Including any in- -� enrne tax-Imposed In pursuance *f any legislation enacted by the Parliament of Canada, and will carry the privilege of conversion Into any future domestic \�9UC9 of . like maturity or longer, Issued by tne government, during the re- ^ maining period of the war. Subscription lists will be open on October 28, 1918, and close on or befQre,November 36, t&18. uuresfro �* fUlt'fe 1 IN I ed governments t he power tn safeguard ami ! details of thrt piiace to which ;  1 Gorman government has .i^n-i. i vided they deem siub an .ii:u:-Ui" . possible from a military point .m,' (view. Should such terms of srmis-{tlce be suggested, their acceptance | by Germany would afford the best concrete evidence of her unequivocal ; acceptance of the terms and principles of peace from which the whols act Ton proceeds." The president, like mos' mortals. I* Mhreab j very doubtful about the �ineerity of I Germany> new democratic- form of i In this1 recard ?he note 1 � * * 1 .1. > Id- �:; :.( - \ \ e : :.ilvir.t- -IVOVtd. Protn Ua;> ;i...|..u. r;;,> Due,- ..;  \.�tor.> have t:�. �in )' Iu:-* >� is hetw. cu t;�. ami \> t�;' riir wheal luised. mostly sAulV. e! r it a and th" rc^ul: l-� the itc 1 Civ ,r readv :r.ark**t*"l. and vet �.nmo :n t 1 L t govprnment ' says: d- ! 'The president would de�-ni htHi-�eU lacking in candor did lie no: point out In the frankest possible term- ih-; reason why extraordinary safeguard | must be demanded. Significant and ' important as the constitutional charges I �eem to he which are spoken of by ; the German foreign secretary in hi-'note of the 20th of October, i' doe* j not apn*nr th a t the principle of 'he ' government responsihle to tho Ger I man people has yet been fully worked j out. or that any guarantees either ex-i iat or are in contemplation that the J alterations of principle* and of practice now partially agri ed upon v.*:U ! be permanent, ^foreover, it doe* not j appear thai the heart of the present I difficulty has been reached. It may j be that future war a have boon brought under the control of the German pee j pie, but the present war has not .been; And It in with the pre^ont war \ that we are dealing. It U evident ; that the German people have no ; moacs o! commandins the acqe.le^-, cente ot the military authorities o: : the empire in the popular will: that i the power of the king if Prussia to j von trot the policy of the empire is i unimpaired; that the determining Ini- i tiatl^P still remains with thon? wim ; have hitherto been the master? of i Germany.' We see in that paragraph that th� president believes the Kai.-rer anr2 th*> military caste still to be dominant. Or. t'li-i'i-nway repoi: ^ ! � ��� , ' Kin", happily no death- yet Vr .loh:^ Tnwelstin left y�t-!erday '.ivirnin:; for . t'tah, haviuu received a wire from hi> rwife, who is ilown wi;h the lie.'. Tr.e town council t an 'oe eoiupU- X T. ".t - �rs. l\tv,.  ic . ''o'. maiv �' . i-V.-ren. V .:'hp Killed in Action po deceived vcord tha: li'.�r youngest hio.h. VVteMvani has been aided In action. J;e WlckhiMU t-nli-i'd in N"*'w Went-; min-'.ev. 1UV. some uiio. He hml; been in the treni:hc- mmii" months. Mis fop*' ban :� other luwiier^ ill the ( -.�.\'u*\ \hout a y is an en-,' i he.-last ic ited fro?- worker a.-* h1j�o i> lu-r aswl mother in Knulund. who! toon of John Hull holding a copy of the note and saying to President Wll-^ , . ,fl�h: "That'fl Urn sort of .MtulT to �lw ' u *HMt turnp,M"em. sir." The Path Mail �av-: riiu^ present , .-fv**�itn�i*t Wilson states the terms � ' ' 'lir\'.i\n!' u'i?ii a t'Oinuo.ird UlKni^y worthy of l'lM-UM'; . the greatest mas'ers of miv lane.ua>;e . ^ Ueatper- i Alttocrney. must surrender or tali** a t aristensen., lu,utinK �lMlI ncre Hv muy i,.;IVe tho urner , jIOB,,l, otTeuriive, witliout fori,f,ttiiig to | thank .Mr. Wil.son for the masterly .'skill with which he etuiori*ed it.-* insln- : cerhv. Dependable Tone and sold Horn rough rvice, Quality, our 14 Factory i L i system at much lower prices fhgm iu the average stores, and our EASY PAYMENT PLAN makes purchase attractive-scattered over raontka for your convenience. l" lur A champion In the (bargain line came to us yeaterday In part payment for � new Maf> on & Risen Player Plana. Its a Plank & Co. Plauic-an In* atrument worthy of the "man-" ey asked and we'll maka good this claim to your full satisfaction, It's yours for  4 * * * $215 MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. LETHBRIDOI of I l i for having Hrnadway vt ^rudfd and -:r-ets ne.w'.y gradeai. It is h'-* ;>ie,e nf work the Herald rep. v-ent;n:ve :ia* seen m ius trip- over t'ue Muith country. Tlte- mon*\v \ Kuhoia of t'algary. is spending :� few --ays :\\ Kaymond \isii-x inc .lapaue--' fr�'e:i (s ffe ;,nv eigii- teen mouth-* ot fK'rvU" in Prnncte Mr. Shepherd ot l,etkhridK*-triet for fh�� Victory Lt.an Haymond las' year ruined $li'�.e :nor^ thnn its per'Son Thi-* year v.e hope to heat i-�>t years r>\jb.ionptio':-. , The Ai-adt'iny this year has a largfr I'^roilment t-an ever hefnr* . for Ho* s.ime period. >iuce th** opening of .-clioo!. The meinb'- r.;ur,�, Mr Ar* Nubbins. Wood Work: Mis-, H:uel Mien, Marhematics: Mi-*1 V'.rnva llouint y. nnm*'s::'- Scieiu i- (.:'il Art T;ie .staff look* forward to the most Mic�'�*�*ful vear v**t. Th� new w under v ons(riicr!"ii :ti >;>!te (.f rh*� v.-.ir and tht* "tri-WHekly." Mr. I*. Kowier, our e.x-r Hennton was maiie chairman of several eommlttcos apjoirited and had the honor of bolitg a uuest of Mayor itrown. of Medicino Hat, along with four other prominent men. Ail public gatherings -ire still closed on account of the "Flu' ". unite a number of cases have been reported but none of them fmriou*. Those who were attacked fir^t nr.* now out of quarantine. ' Word came a- a - ei.-k to Magrath people of the d�'ath in;!' year?5 before Iter marriage. She ^a-� one whom everyone thought a t::-at deal of and will be prently 1 by those who knew her. Her parent-. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Haxter are well respected chizons of 'Uat,rath She leaves to mourn hor lo-> a husband and one daughter, beside.- her mother father, brothers and listers and a lar^e rlrcln of frieiui�. Mr. and Mrs. i.'Vi Hnrker. Mr. and ( Mrs. Earl Marker and Mrs. ii. Matki" ' Metal containers for tobacco ma\ returned home on Monday evening (he banned after a throe w.-eM 'auto trip to poiutft A (WHuhurKe depot for vauiruetl mcu John W. Harnott, two foat seven Ih to he oetabllMhed in Edmonton. � inchen tall, hua aturtwl divorce pro- - cowling* in Urooklyn ugainHt his hvn The Northland Milling Co. of Win and u haJf foot wife, nipei; has bought tin- flour mill at Moo.-omlu. ! Airhbi.-hnp Muudolein. of Chicago. - wanned the National Catholic War The Hubbell House., built in 17G*} Council not to be lulled Into, Inaction in Eanfboro. Masj.. has been burned i by the cry that peace was near. will) its famous cuII.m tlou of eolonlal ^ furniture and china ^ Krnnk Cllan, who killed a man who - i ridiculed'him for baying a Liberty Mantel Freeman, a natlw ot Norfolk : Honrt hint April, haa be*8� pardoncil County. Ontario, died at Eos Angelm.,' from tho Ohio Htato P�nlt�fit1ary. Cal. leuviug an estate of a million I -�'*" doliarN. in Ctak and Idaho. They romm a) The rarmer.s at Xonh Carolina 1 returned Inspeuo by ru�h* halt year* in the Arctic regions He whatever | ing thoir cotton to market. . will join the Siberian force. Mr A. Werre: has returned attar ai _ , lit, J A. snoll. pHneipal of the Normal school at Sankatoon. has been promoted to bf� inapaetor of high �chonh'. collegiate* and normal aehool� in SaKkatchewan. viMt Ii) tile I i: REVEAL SIO ! Every photoplay studio in the ! ited States has hoen closed for Cn-' Freiich-Canadiaiis are Iik-oii^imI over oiio man. (he (Jern; apparently feared ' 1H0,llu �" account of the influeiua uuibrnaki. tor orders were posted ai| . "Iddemh*. over tiic town inviting the people to THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR the prft-ldent deems it his duty to i .-jay without any attempt to soften 1 what may .team harsh words, that ! the nations ot the world do not and cannot trust the word of those who hare hlthatto he^n the master* ( i German-policy, and to point out once j more tjiut in concluding pcac e and j attempting to undo the infinite injur j ies and Injustices of this war the j government of-the Cnited States can not deal with any hut veritable rep ; resentativea of th* Oarman people ; who have been ansured of a genuine ' consiitutionnl Htanding as* the real r�-.maiu quiet, adding that tho smallest demomsir.itit,u- -vould be dealt with hy artillery fir- All residents were fvrdered to v-u.ain indoors from �i o'clock a* ui-'h: uinU 'i o'clock in the morning. Tho.-.- found In the ;jtreots One ot Winnipeg's old n-ahlenu pash,-ed away in the pornon of Mrs. Cather-1 dcurv to Mllght Slories �. i 1 rulers of Germany, if it must deal The British have won a complete j with the military master* and tne Victory over the German forces be-| monarchical autocrat* of Germany iween the Sambre and the Scneldt. and 'now. or if it is likely to have to deal him. i V. o have captured more than 7000 prison* ers. w Word comes from Vienna that it is tho intention of Austria to make an unconditional surrender to the allies. Popular comment on tho Wilson reply to Germany ia that Germany i* placed in the position of being no longer able to continue the discussions, and that she muet now take either one of the two courses of unconditional aur.render or to go on fighting. FIGHT OR WORK fOH THE T(N HORNS. We are supposed to have a fight or work law but It doesn't seem to be enforced. Detective Egau hau introduced a work or move law aud a buuch ot (allows ore moving. , Why f tiumeroiu German poster.** in Eehnum .'iv;'-ir^e� that wherever the AVaUi p-fti-t'iv f(>r offt�n>e-s hy civilians was uted. !\o signanu'i' was attached. It i� ihere-fore, concluded i hat no Gorman rom* inander was willing to take an indivi-dual iesponsibjlity lor hiicli order.*, possible fearing (iniK^iiii'mt'.- In tho future 7 Ills e.-perlaliy lite e;;se in Uru-ges. In addiMon to tlo- vi.obh; evidence, it was lestit'ie.d to by M. Echo-vin, on** t�f ike aldenocif who �Mo�d-ed the executhm of Cap!. Eriai'. the noister of the Hrlttah steamer llrus-tsi'i*. as Go* repreHfjtitative of the city. Tim aldenuau bald Capi. Crlau brave, ly looked straight at the firing aquad. An hovit* after Iilti execution an order | that he be not *hoi arrived from G�*r-; many. The alderman said that be-: tween lo.outi and 'jo.ooo marks luonlh-this year mpan* ! \y Wt.rt. roiloctcd from citizens of itru- � ges as tines, - j Destroyed Everything j away from l*\jod conditions during the G�nuan ! trucks oft upaiion, the alderman continued, j *ri,, between these iluiea, who were with-; there in 1870. out authority, "oiild bo fired on, the; ind'-r added. xoother order issued ' .boil, ih-- sane- time provided fbe death i'i-n.t',!:. :i.r even the 1)Ossei-:s|on ; ;i ii :-^iruun*nt in hoitie-. tea'i!;'/ Ue.' perio/] of occcpa- mo.i iiti m \\ -|tjpt*rs, hut Gorman oi gans and the Now iloUerdam Coia ant. were pi^rmitiud to bo sold. Cruelty to Children 'llie people of iho idly were request- I eil to riiUiove iill rtigurt in the Fr�mch language and ("hun^r the names of I stivw** to Ger:uan Of Plfcmish. It is ! alleged that Admiral Surooder whipped tdiiidica *.;hose dogs barked at In Flett, relict of the late lhtvld II. | making important appolntmonts, says: Kiett. who pre-decoase.i her about 17; "Little more and wo will believe the years. Mrs. Flctt has boon a resident � government in trying to avenge ilaolf locating: on Quebec for its attitude during the of Winnipeg for 4.S years. One of the questions deatt with st I the Methodist general conference and oppolnimem of Sir Charles Kitv- one which is a radical change In the Patrick as lieutenant-governor of Que- .policy of the church, had tO\do with bee. The fooling Is that tradition do- the time limit of tho paa(or%l term, mauds a French-Canadian, t.a JVosho t Until now tho four-year paat^rate has of Montreal, complaining of tho ton-1 been tho limit of the term.^Wttk the J-lencJeCanadians in change made at this conference, hy u two-thirds vote of Iho alalloalng committee, a minister may be stationed on a circuit for an additional year,  provision being made for this action" being continued your after year. eleetiou" i . i. were imprisoned for The Worlds Best Coffees chosen with scrupulous care by experts-blended flavour eii-iii uioniu- and given only mildew- nurtu bonus. Thoy were 1 accused (i nt ing a letter to theii ' iiiotiier \\ hiie in prUoo they were ! told that t.o'ic brother had beoti an, rehted and v. [,;.*'� was severe. Even a book ot MM'icoiiH by Haaa'aiU, who lived in Calvin's time, was aent hack to tho publidors with a demand that certain pasnagi-ii bo modiflod. The pooplo or hruges ave ospimlally bitter against some people in Holland, who, tlmy say, hold up letters smug' ffled urroHs th* border and made known tho connmta, to tho Germana who punlHhod the writers. .-LV.* ...JboiiHH^d___t\�w workmen's homos are to be built In Portland, On>. ----- ;