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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OC.TOBKM 2.".. 1U1� THE LKTUHUilXiF. WKKK1.Y MftHAI.U PAGE 'NINE of the Empire from her home float the Union .lack WHEN THE BOYS HOME COME > There's a happy I linn coming. Whi'ii the. boys come hum". Tliprn'h n chorions day coiuinr,. When I 111) hoys mini- home. AVo will end tin? ilrcntlflil Hliiry of this trcHKim dark imd j;orv In ii sunburnt of glory. When I hp boy.* come home Tin- diiy will Bcfiu brlKliiPi' ' When the. boys come home. lor our hearts will Iip lighter When the. boys come homo, "Wives mid sweethearts will press iIipiii in tliPlr arms :iikI curiam them. �And pray CJod to bless them When Hit- hoy.s romp Iioiiip. Tl" thinned ranks will hp proudest. WIipii tbi' boys come home, .Aid tlu-lr cheer will ring tin- loudes:. When (Iip hoys eotue Iioiiip. Tin- full ranks' wlT. ho shattered. -And (In bright nrnm will be ballerod. -And thp battle.standards ttittiM'ci!, Wlip.i thp Iiovr pump hotup. '['he following letters harp been received by thn secretary, Sir Alexander flail Chapter, I.O.D.ra: Tin; Canadian War Hospital I'lind for Surhlu, Montenegro and Mnc.e douiu, Winnipeg. Oct I, |'.i 18. Hoar Mm. Luntly: Wo iioknowledBe with many llinnlti ippplpl of cheque for $124.00 from the Sir Alexander flail Chapter. I. t). 1). K.. to thn Canadian War llonplt.il Fund for Serbia. Montenegro anil Macedonia. I'lraHP convey our sincere thanks to the momberR or your chapter for thpi'lr very generous donation aii'i kindly Interest in the work being car iIpiI out by this Kund. both of which hit Indeed very milch appreciated Faithfully yours, ICnhl 1J. Chambers + i. � The N'avv League "t Canada. Calgary. " Hckimw IciJkp receipt of your letter o' September 26. encluv iiiK the slim of eight, hundred and forty-one dollars, six cents. l'$Ml.u6i. I donated by I In; Sir Alexander Halt Chapter. I. O. I) I*'.., for the Navy , League of Canada. Kindly ac-from New Duylon visitoi - Walker Dunham Kdnionton, iluriiiK lIlMIllc. i- ill the i tli>- luflif iiy from li/a '-pi- Mrs. I" V. I.ewin .Hi.I llltle s,,n have returned from vbjitttiK In Toronto iitnl other points in the cast. London. societies > The usual i lioir p.-.ii  .. St. Pat Tick's church will not I.- held this PVeiiiiiK. St. .Mnry's will hold an open air service on Sunday afiernoon in three o'crm-k op the south side of the parish hall, weathor permit line, �. *. � The Sir Alexander Cult Chapter. 1 O. I). K., '.irknowli'iiRi' with thanks mid H|1prerlntlon receipted (ilils from l.ethbrldRO Herald. S.'2.4ll; LethbrldRp ToleKi'om, $6tl0, for tiiR-day iidverlis-iHK- >: V V .'. .* .'. LIBERAL WAS ELECTED KeKina. Sank., Oct. 24.--In tlio provincial hyi'-elor.tlon for the Kstevan seat, Dunbar, Liberal, has a majority of ovrr Hryco, t'nlonlst, *.vltlt two polls to hear front. : ENO'S FRUIT* SALT � HERE'S QUICK RELIEF FOR YOUR TIRED, STRAINED MUSCLES 1 The Herman.-, without a doubt, haw ! as the saying is. overstayed th>'i: i market It Is possible that they win,Id I not easily have found buyers for their ! slock even las* spring; hut had lle-i I linen wise, they .vould at least have i offered to sell then nn reasonable ' teriUH. Today it loolis as thouKli ill" ! bottom tnlKht fill out o' their matk't j fluctuations in price there, may vi I I be. hut never aKaiti will the simi-e.., in I the Hohcnzollern II ipsburt; tmnl j-'taud as hlgli siF Hiey did even a- iniilsuinmei. It is true uo heiird a Hood il bout the lli'timui pi-ai e offeusK1'. I'll-' it was a far worse fi.isi o than its mil i ilary counterpart. It suffered. "> (course, by reason of the comparative Mil-cess of l.tldendoiff's caiitpaiittv which caused Ule (lerinan autocrats t-> let hiie have a main hand in the poi it leal pie, wlii'ie as, however i-,,paiile lip may he as a butcher, he lias lienor the cpialities of a fjood cook. Kli'.iiI-inann. who Is at least a si-inindi el !,l some talent, was thrown over, and the peace-offensive, rondo ted m linly tlirrmi;li tip- columns of the jint.o loess, sue h as the Kreii/./eiiune. was more sucRe-dlvc of llirnnniwood coin itiK to Duiisln.ine. mere ciiinou'lai:1'!1 nieih'id of warfare, than of the approach of the olive branch. The terin-stUKPited. thoilKh. of i nurse, nlwav-unofflclal. so that tney could he i.iis eil if the Western powers showed slitns of weakening- were at their lowest pri)|iosterou.�. at their hlKhest almost illles naval and f'-el eefl.lill -A  have heard tile last Today the Her-man strciiKth is wanltiK just ahoul a-rapidly as the Wei'tern Powers Is wi\ ttiK, to hacl. Ilindeuliurr.. or l.udeu dorff. or Mackensen, or atn other ecu-era! 'Miatever would he like liacl.ini; a l,rid|ie pluyer who held no trump-and no court cards. The autocrat--(iiTtnany are more likely to Ih-bIii see if they eatiuot save soineihinn 'or illiemselvc out o! ;||c wreck in .-.vliich iHiey have ItiMilved their people. ;ip,| 'the jackals of the allium e. HuU-.uria' land Turkey, will henln to slink away.1 '. hopitiK t" be left In pic-soss|(m of tin-: .scraps they have in.iuaKeii to hoard ' away in tnelr lalt �� j 1 The iillcstloti at oni-e -uiiKcsts it-j .self, What advantage are (Jerniany.- , j( W-mie-t to take of the situation?" and the pacifists will presently llfl up their I voices and say. "(icrmany has over 1 ; stayed Iter market, yon say. Very true ; See to i' that yon do not do the same Make pence now while you can an I' do not drive your eiieni) to despera lion. We w.lni no excuse for a Her mutt Kos.pt>! of "lo revanche." fiitt (ho policy of the Western allie-is not really In any way hrmiKht luio a safe place not only for democracy hut for eivili/.eil j men, befall the disturber of the public peace. The allied terms are not like I Germany's, a niatter of bar^ainim?; | high, today bei-aus.- our Mar Is in llK' I ascendant, low perhaps tomorrow if! ! fortune frowns. Our terms have been i stated liy I'epre.spniaiives of all the sr�al powers, moid fully, perhaps, hy, President Wilson. Oei'tiiaiiy must sin-; ulfy that she is ready to make pcaco iu accordance with these principles' mid since, her original Infraction of Belgium's neutrality, her conduct of the war and her perversion of the i terms of Brest-I.itovHk have made It imposHible for any sano iicrson to accept hfir hare word, she must give Kith-Klanllal earnest of her good faith before negotiations pan begin. I Newark, N. 3.-" 'Sox ynars i suffered from m down weak I stand.i achen ' triod -could t was n sician' years, had n Pinkl-. table r iiRrvoi^nets disawif a.' nboot thrno rvouH hreat.-H;id e/)!, so �!.i l-.aniiy re I ., . 'hri'J-.'��ry d�y. I '�'�r/Uunij I � ink of ur;il nl-r a P::y-1' ii r �  In,- two A friend I Lyuia ]�:. itn'-l \'i'f;i.-l'i.:-'.uni{.i--,d i oio alinut tn t'.w tir.tt. rv.M-'t any f worV:. "I �"] recom-; i ho O'orr.-:"� my p-->r-;'--r."'-?,!i5j t., N'ewarii. Itiiihvay Serittttsly -Not Wearing Slice,! (' r lliindicappt'ti .Mitsks on I i" e i:i!!il'-li/.: Op"[;j1 i (IT i . I.lie.I ! Iiai III" "tljpldl i-:oll :i;id inr ill" .el .:� r.ut~:n; I: .illii ii:i" w,. U|. e,i||i;,;i.| 111.I '.'tied on tl: � uslv III.lit us .1 aud baler- ap It It is e> ilruollg ridge div-hiipealiiH J i training �laiiiPiii;: -- l�' ' I a::) - i "Ilt'o- e.|. ,,,.. t -: APPLE:- iSJPE CIA. At "The Bay" for Saturday Mcintosh Red Apples 100 Boxes to Be Sold at vot. an. hr-rb -����nt !., ;,: � \ h'-r Ii : .'..l i rti.'.,! -VETERANS ENDORSE .on c-.Hli Moll, file ! 11,111- ,.f ; db.v. i 'on,mi-Hre.it f.-  the l i-solll Wllerea � thi .lie now undo :;m!i. ; - foi- t !i i; til" in ->.-!:' And tthc: :.. e ,v m,i pi' of C.inadii for 1 o Ope.-.H .I], ;u --. ioverti-iking ! sit'-i  ' war: .is tile -., m.'f an at' lb, n; lo:. Ann win te.i tie,it.- the hiu eiillit;. olli r And v. h'-ri . ' . an--' A -oi i: .ii It::, Ii 'Hoys ,i i.nler t!i iu'ovidi-il foi � ral -uppoit V'cfo.i- Isoati Therefore Thai "The oii.it ion" of Iheliisehi - i Hon .Old alsi .is belnc lo-present Vi'-ti And furtlo jomtU an.; Mtclll-ei-. es have tli Mlbsi-iil. th" pre  -ft iat'-:-I by :ur K a - "T!ie i! oi iat ion" of !. Ml" best itr Cue I'ront" :i iii Army n, , W i-; id-.- � U , t lie ! d ill It be Hi. I. r th, -e\ . pet , prop. Hia! l't.....ii ll ill 11. :''���.iU- -.  War V.-i-i iridl'e le-.-l i.v.l as ., , : :niii'|-:i ui'i :! -uppi'l-....u Canip.m t i '." nr.-ml lie-.'i-n; � evctv  Vetorv I.o i).-ti;. ! �llge N *l Win d v. ,i^ : ei ",\ , lerday mornnig thai of llev. I' W. haio of lllllhiti-t Itaptis d in ('alg,i'> Karl I-'. Dafoi . toraii'i'ly p e:!tire!l, ,i!t, *: :>i terly geiieral list Con vent ion p.i-ior .'I l.ci'.!' in battle mi l!"-I'te. Ilaf.i.- ha -iiu-e X"U ^ e: with tile Car Corns, h,i\ ins vale life, later iiifautry. At t! w.i* a liieiule-; � tor la I '..i|i nn. corps, lb enlisted .inly, \'.iiiiii o: this month in.l lir"t. In the trenc'ie-I'll'A l >.>: . lie eali-ted itiadiau Army Service :>�-. a chenii.-t in prt r he 1 I allSfen el". In lie-ime of llis deiltll I'" : ihe m,.chine nun " :,- . t:. �. - / r'-ble- . ' in: ii.. ,j-.. u oiniii ilO' .lie i 'a -  ,| .i v. ouml li.ro W C-itMiii-nam. taken on -tr I.e'llbti'tKe, ��'��-!cr.l.i- that I Croat tall soldlei-. of tile 79th feniment lilt l-'inme had iviolled. -�-ued the i I!} land destroyed ihe railroad . -,. ti....l. a:e now belli*; rlllll-IIlilt 1II)K "f eX|lt"> � an I x"d tram, i.i c,ir.lie. Mi * Hohert ft l-'organ. vrlfs- of Hie i Ice.preiidt'nt of Ihe National Cit.n Hank, of ChicaRo. lu� b��ua suit for divorce NOW A G.P.R. SUPT. , Ian , v.. le i:..!,.! .1 I. .lainieroii. formerly with tin- c P It, at Me-iieli..' II::' and v. eil iiliown : 111 Let tibt -blue, ha- ne.-ii piomotod tr tlie position o! Miiieriitiemlent of i!ie C. IV It. with hea,ii|u.u tors .it Keuora. I Ah. McArthur the .siiperiiiiendeii' a' K.-nora is Han si,'.red to Aledi and llerron. e.\ \l P , et lias mad" a r.lpi c.P.K n, Hat. 1 .Mr. .lanilciou i-1 .lamUisoii b.u-i-tste , sou-iu-luiv �f John : i'iii.-her Creek. II , advance Willi th. Ijeurs. , l Suj.t, .Mac Kir.sosli, of the CP i: . . i morniiiK spoke very highly o' M:. j jjaniieson. who was under him foil ______ . _ is scarcely more thanj .........-.......1..... Mr. Jamieson was an! XAlDDi CANADA some time, two years euKluiunau. Kipid. Hi: railway cir It slue, his is lies , ri.-c heliis purticiilii! destined to ko high in i VETERAN'S CHILDREN. TOO * ; Th" Uot.iry Club want names *i and addresses ot all the >! vetearus children and also the children of men overseas to he handed in to the Victory Loan Otiiie. Southard llloch. So far we have had only the names of children of soldierx now ovorseas but all soldiers children are lo he reiuwuboif.l. Hand It Out To Them as They Pass- Or better, wild them half a doten bart of this nourish in e chocolate. There is many a brave/fellow hungry today in the trenches, who will appreciate thi| highly concentrated food more than anything else. Positively the fine* eating chocolate made, Sc. and 25c. sizes. Cowan's 'Active Service B6i ;