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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR Ml!'; F.I': I HHMIDGIC n.-MT.V HKRALD FKIDAY, OO-OBER 25, 1919 Jlethbrtbac Deralb �\ ___ OAIUY AND WBSKLV f Hp LiTHmifltQK H�RAl.B pmwr-INQ COMPANY, bIMITBD mm Jtrttt JMuth. lw�tiiM�!f� IUIImM OttUs* ....i...... OKU* .......... t�b�cpl�tlen f^atMi swkir; >r jwfli, TP� ^ii*. THE -l:ASX,y/ILSo follownmrij^,g,j^,^ Prfiuco. After seeing "The president has, therefore, trans.; figures arc the average yield per I-^vtuit r"eal war is like !ii> has returil- (Krom Otir Own rorrr.-inondunO Magrath, Oct. 24.-Captain N. T. Beenian roturntjd last week to MagraUj after spending about 2 years in IHo service ot thi ondence with the : of the fields seen enroute: present German autborllies to tV..' ni ^ I ^'1 limine and evoiyoiHi is glad lo see Pack, 25.. bus. per aero: 1.0. Kuig., ^ welcome homo for him a B-oveniments wiih which the govern-, 3t; bus.; C. MoCarty. 2S bus.; � ,i,,,i,er of his friend-- inulcr the tH--raent ot the United States is nssociat-; Wilde. 23 bus.; P. Meldr" ' mmiTE MI- daily oB^addmi Ub�i Ae���*- , ^ , , . , ^le'i'''"";; {rect ton of the Oddfellow.^ met on Al0;n- ed as a belligerent with the sugges-i J. J. Mangin. bus.; D., Kcnzie, -''j ! ^av eveninR at Long .lims restaurant tion, that if those governmantB are-j bus.; H. S, AUoii, 21 bus, ! ^j^l enjoyed a (UsliShtiul eyeniiifi,.4. disposed to effect peace upon the ' These fields of grain were not irn- s,n)pji,o,s gjippej. was prepared and terms and principles indicated, their gated a.s some would think, but were uuUtarx_aiYisar�.aa!i ilie.mUitary.-gd-i raised bj- proper .UUns.e aml.."the.hou-visers of the IMiited States be asked i p.-;t sweat ot the brow." We have ro- i�lly oft^addKM Ub*i *-t--/ am* ot Mpen tH�- Mtttnttcm. �� � W-rttfiorfiy to conflBM Iht �ul�- TERMS of THE .� ; VICTORY LOAN. 1918 t.'Sir ThOin�"t White tn his speecti at Winnipeg on October 8th an-nounced the tirms of the Victory Lean 1918 �s follows T^oifgh the prospectus of the fifth Canadian war lean-the Vic-' t9xy.,UQan Qt.igi6=th�i.:.QQttiinu?n �>f-.LC�)a4>>�fUlfor a Mpm-*'!*'"" saoOiCo^QOQ, with "the right tui accept all or a�>.p�rt.of cubwrliitioqs via ex-cVia of that sum, to be used for w�r -ptfrpotas-only, and to be �iwnt whdily (n Canada. .The rate of interett Will be Sy^ per cpnt. per annum, payable May 1 and November 1, and the denomlna-tlOH* JI50, $100, WOO and $1000. i The loan will be.offered In two maturitiea-^five year bond*, due Mavefnber 1, 1923, and 15-year b�)i^t, due November 1, 1933. The iasue priee will be 100 and �Beruad intereat for both maturi-tiM,' making the. Income return S'/S per cent, per annum. Provision la Tnade for payment in Vtvo ihttalments as follow*: 10 per :eant en application; 2d per Mnt. Otsombar 6, 1�1�; 20 per cent. January 6, 1919; 20 per cej*. Februarv 6, 1919; 31.16 per cent, j^la'eh 6, 191S. The last . ..payment of 31.16 per cent.cavers Y' 3ft( jWr ""cent Ijalance ofpHncipal tr'-and 1.16 per eent._ representing >|ir�ecrued Intact at'^iSj^ per cent. y� from-^Novom^ir 1 to^due dates of ''the rdapsetlv^ '.nstaiments. .As a .ifull halfi'far's, inter�t will be :1paid on-Miaiy 1,1919, t'he cost of ]/lhe l^on'd�|-wilt %e lOO'and inter-f.^est., ^iyment may be,made in f. fuH^at the time of application at ;,;100 \nfithout interest, pr.on any ; ; Inatalmont due date thereafter J with interest accrued al^"51/2 per J cent per annum. Bearer bonds i.^ available for'delivery at N-the''time of ^application to" sub-; - acrlbers" desirous of making pay-,'. ment in full. Bonds registered as ; to principal only, or as to both ; ' prlnoipSr~'and Interest in author-I , izedidenominationsi will be deliv-y ertfd to .subscribers making pay-i. ment; In; ;ruir tit soon af the re-\^4ulred registration can be made. Bonds of this issue will be free fronn taKation-T-includlng any in-jcnme tax-impoaed in pursuance ; i�r any laalslsition enacted by the .Parliament of Canada, and will carry the prlvllega of conversion . Into any future domestic Issues of like maturity or longer, Issued by ; the fl^yernment, during the re-^maining period of the war. \ Subscription lists will be open 'on October 28,^918, and close on or befare,November J6, 1518. the progress of the war The British' have won a complete victory oter the German forces be-.4weeB'the Sambre and the Scheldt, and have captured more than 7000 prisoners. _ , Word comes from Vienna that it-is the intention ot Austria to make an unconditional surrender to the allies. Popular coniment on the "Wilson reply to Germany is that Germany is placed In the position of being no longer able to continue the discussions, and that she TUjiet nov,take either one ot the two courses of unconditional surrender or to go on fighting. fight ob work for.t>ie t)n horns. We are supposed to have a fight or work law but it doesn't seem to be enforced. ' DetiacUVe Egan has introduced a work or move. law and a bunch of lellowB ore moving, , Whyv^ot put these' tin horns  to .honest toil tpr> the �countryIts war pffort? Tin horns usually "work" the oth'er fellow but they know no rd^f:w.orkthemBelVeB: � - ^  ..jSfe' "Hghti,'br;.'.work:s-;'j^rbpbsitiofr ihowld -bepnt' up'to' thel r to submit to the gbvernmerits against Germany the necessary terms of such an armistice as will fully protect the interests of tlje peoples involved and insure the u^^sociai-ed governmenis the vinrestricu-a power to safeguard and enfon'e the details of the peace to which liv^ German gavernTUent has agreed, provided thej- deem "such " an armistice possible from a military point ,01' view. Should such terms of armis- ^.,,0^3 tice be suggested, their acceptance : ^yheat ports of 3T and even 44 bus. ou irrigated fipld.;b>r tliau 40 tms. per ;n"r!'._ Thf.-e ^"sri- noi :r.o;isit'V yi.iUi.-:. till"; i'. !'. K. o;fii.'* t;\kius off the U,u!y train tUus de , stroyed. � l^om Raymond alone ti>e three ele-,, 5 have-.tajien .4n lf;S/jl\o bus. of' ;�. this is betweeli'CO-a^^d SO';- by Gisrntany would afford the bestir,- ri,p ^^heat raised, ipostly sduth of concrete evidence of her unequivocal : ,ow'n. Wellipg ele\atoiB ,report- tin.-acceptance of the terms and prmci-i ^j,,, (j,, {.jj^en in.' This tdtsls aioro pies of peace from which the whol3 attfon proceeds.' the president, like most mortals, isStUresh. the evening was spent in listening to interesting experiences related- -by-j Cai'.t. Beemaiv and mso Capt. Porter of Ucthhridge, who was also present Uurlug the eveniuf: a collectioti was" ajid tlu' rosiili iva.-; $1U0 turned t)v,':- ti> the lied (."i-u^s. Tltoso present "i.'i- i'apl. .v. T. rM', Capt. Por-i iv';-, .Mo.-^srs, Pavii'--i, i;-.uU!ob, UeiHer, �ri-ilgur. Colc'ti.ian. .Millor. Ueatlier-H, Viiicy. ('lu'ist.ensen, Ktibi-!".'-, I'arroii. I'lijllips. Turner, Killed in Action Mr.-;. rot!ier. Gerald, Wiciiham. has been killed in acti.on.. rte. Wickhnra enlisted in New West-min^iier, R.C. so'ine liiuf ago. He had been in the trenche.s some ;t mouths, than one cjuarter o( a million bus. al- cope has 3 oUter hratliers in the ready marketed, .and ,vet some 10 service, .-^bout a year ago ,she went �\)id muiit ^� adamnnt in imposing ai)e-auat� tfiVJlU*, to make secure the policy pf -wmeh they are the Ingtrumonts. The Times' View' The Times ia jratltled at the untiSl-fest signs ot close co-operation be-, twseii the military commanders op the weatem-front. while "the presence of Pol. House, who has arrived In France win make for politit'ttl, aa well as navar^ijhtf, military, 00-ordination." Tha paper further contends that the (^ue^ttou.ot au armlatlco toncevna not only tho wostorn powers, but' Serbia areece, Qiecho-Slovnks,' Poles, Jugoslavs, Rumanians and-RHSsians. Tlte~'splitary adverse crlt^fclsm - ot WJson's note appears in the Graphic, wiiich ooipphiins Of the length of the document, atlcling-' "At such a crisis baudyipg, ,\yprUs -suggeste a Jack of dignity aotl create^, a loop hole for further diplomatic wriggling." Tite-Tjrtt'phic, ii?rwffrer,-prints a^eiiv-' loon of .John Bull holding a oopy ot the note and saying to President Wilson: "That's the sort of stuff to give 'em. sir."-' The Daily Mail saya: "President Wilson states tlu> torm? witli a .fOlUUai.Uii ilJtiiiiy \vortiij; of the greatest master.'; of our lanKuaRc. Autocracy, must surrender or take a beating and hor�- w� may leave tlie peace offensive, without forgetting to thank Mr. Wilson for the masterly skill with which he ondorsefl its insincerity. - very -doubtful -about the sincerity of Germany's new democratic form of government! In this regard the note says: to B.C. to visit-^ier lirother before he Dr. Greenway reports 100 oases of, went. overseas, Mrs. Cope is an en-Flu"'. deaths, yet. .Mr. ,)ohn thusiastic Red Cross worker as also Powelson left yesterday morning for' is her aged mother in lOnsIand, who Utah, having received a wire fioni lii.s has knit an enormou.^ number of �wife, -^vho is down with the fUf. j socks since the war began. The town counqil cau be tompli-i Back From'Convention meiited for having Broadway regraded , Mayor Bennion and Secretary Rich :iud other .streets newlv graded. It is returned last week from the Munici- Corporal 3. Kubota of Calgary, two of the three resolutions which : 1 were presented. One. searching for ; booze without a warrant, and one, re "The president would deem himself lacking in candor did he not point out In the frankest possible terms the ;rb"eTt'piece'of\^7nbe'HTr;idV;;:^Pal^ convention in Medicine Hat. t K^'f-" ^"'^ resentative has seen in his trips over  They report having a splendid time seeTt^^e'whicTfrfSn^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ - i ""^^ ^^"^ -i'.T^^! ^.I^^^l^ the German foreign secretary in his.^^'^' note, ot the 20Ui of October, it. does' � , , . uuuii- �,w,uu.,. ______, not appeer that the principle of the spending a few days in Raymotid v..i-^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ gtivernnjent responsible to the Ger ('"S Japanese fnends. He sau o'Sh-, .^^.^1 ^^^^^^3^ trict Raymond last year raised $10,ono ur= p�4ii��cou, ;i uuu� uu. iWore than its portion. This year we appear that the heart of the present I ^'^'Pe to beat last year s subscriptions. 4Jttic�Jty has been reached. It may j The Academy this year has larger j-^--^ ^ ^^^^^ bethatfutHVe wars have been brought enrollment than ever before, for the. "^6 attacked first are now out of ri^,.,,, same period, since the - opening of i j;^^'^^"*^"/" "'^ school. The members of the staff " are; .^[r. T. C. Romney. Principal; .Mr, A. E. Palmer. Science: M.s. A. ^. ! Paliner, Literature; Mr. .-\rcbie Rob- out, or that any guarantees either exist or are in contemplation that the alterations oJ principles and of practice now partially agreed upon v.'Hl be permanent. Moreover, it does not Mr. Shepherd of Lethbridge was in | g^',^^,, Medicine own yesterday orgamzing this dis-, along with-four other prominent rict for the Victory Loan. i .' . " � ' - All public gatherings are still closed on account of the "Flu"', quite a number of cases' have been reported untier the control of the German peo-' ^ape , perio pie, but the present war has not been; aad It is with the present war that we are dealing. It Is evident that the German people have no! means of commanding the acquies-i bins. Wood Work; Miss HaiJel Allen, cenee of the military authorities of � ^lathemat.cs; Miss Erma Romne>, quarantine. Word came as a shock to Magrath people of the death o.t Mrs. Jennie Baxter Barclay,' of Calgary, on Wed-j nesday evening, Oct. 23rd. She was! onlv ill a short time with pneumonia.' Her mother. Mrs. U'm. Baxter, left the empire in the popular will; that .po?nesiic Science and Art J^e staff, Calgary bnt failed to arrive before tire-power of the king of Prussia to , looks forward to the most successful control the policy of the empire ig-.vear jet. ,,,.%,, unimpaired: Ujiit the determining Ini-! The new C..P. R depot is now undei tiative Sim remains with those who i construction m _spite of the war and have hitherto been the masters of ; the-"tri-weekly. Mr. D. Fowler, our. ex-druggist. has I gone the end came. Mrs. Barclay was well known here, having'.'resided in Magrath a number of years before her marriage. She was one whom ever.v-1 D. Fowlei-, our ex-druggisi. nas ; thought a great deal ot and will to Utah, where he has been ad-! ^e greatly missed by those who knew 1 � in n,o ttnivRr^itv! her. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baxter are sweM respected citizens of .Magrath. She leaves to mourn her loss a husband and one daughter, be MYlSTREGISe Jf. p. Johnston, American consul here, has issued the following warning to Americans who have as yet failed to register with the Canadian military authorities: To American Citizens: 1 "Regardless of whether or not you have registered for the United States Military Service Draft every American citizen from the age of 18 to 45 inclusive must register with J. M. Carson, Registrar, Calgary, under the Military Servioe Act of Canada. Time for so registering expired on the 22nd day of Octolier. If you have not so registered I would suggest- that you do"" so immediately and mitigate tlie penalty for not .having done go before. ' . . . . Instructions for registering are 'posted in ptibllc places and were publl,?h-ed in most newspapers of the past, few -weeks. 'You need not come to the consular office as,we. cannp.t,JicJp you. Follow the instructions of the military order by writiivg to tha above, giving the information asked for in order." . . ' � AMERICAN CONSULAR* AGENT; MASOM & JUSGH PIANO VAmESUEAp Intending purchasers will find this pajf-ticularly true upon investigation. Here they will find pianos that are live-with-able pianos. Dependable for Service, Quality, and Tone and sold through our "Factory lo Home" system atmuch lower prices th^n iii the average stores, and our . EASY PAYMENT PLAN makes purchase attractive-scattered over raontki .for your convenience. A champion In ths ,ibcraal|i. line caipe to us yaaterffy in pan payment for a. fiaVr Maii on & Hitch Player..R(aM..I^ a Plank & Co. Pla^p-^n Instrument worthy of ifii^'nuitii-' ey asked and we'll iti�k�owd this clalni to your full aafr iafactlon. IV� youri for MASON & RISCH LIMITEP BALIttORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. LETHBRIOOK Stomach Acts Rne, No Indigpsti^ Eat without Fear of Up^ l^ach (Food souring, gas, acidity J  If your meals lijt back caus)n(f belching, pain, flatuencc, indigestion �or heartburn here's instant relief. No waiting? Papc's Diapepsin is noted for Ifi speed in ending all stomach distresp. Never fails! Keep it Jiandij. Jasles nice aHH costs so little-at drug stores. Diapepsiii have hitherto been Germany." We see In that paragraph that the j-^.j^^^ ^ ..jj^^.^,, University president believes the Kaiser and the , Utah. Mrs. Fowler will BoHow miiUary caste still to be dominant, i about mid-winter. Their power hasn't been destroyed, j -Sleeks Bros, shipped 300 head of 1 -^j-jg^-iiei. mother, father, brothers and The allies cannot end the war until ! P"'"^ ^��f V.n'nnrf 11'lfi i ��ters and a large circle of friewls. , . . j .... , ia sum better than ?30.000 hard cash , , , u-rker Mr and kaisensm and militarism are assur- j ^his district tag between four and ' ..^^^^V,^^"? Ha?ker and Mrs B MatWn edly destroyed. The alleged change j five hundred tons of potatoes to ship: ^^'^-^^^^ ^^^^^ Monday evening in Germany's form of government i this yeaf? Talk about drougnts. 't j g^^^ j^,tjjj,g0 ^^.e^l-a-auto trip to points doesn't guarantee the destruction of j Pleases one's eye, and settles the raind ; ^ j^j^j,^ ^.^ey report a -  � - - ..; to see the potatoes off one acre piled j ^-^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ,^ ^.^^ ^^l, travelling the power ot the junkers. That is 'in a pile-. Fancy a carload. what must be assured before peace can come. * The last paragraph of the note is very plain spoken. Woodrow Wilson doesn't trust the word of Germany's masters. He voices the opinion of the entire allied world, and likely most of tile neutrals. "Peeling that the whole peace of the -wprld depends � now on plain speaking ana straightforward action,' the president deems it his duty to 11] ' A Hi ^11 ArIv say yfithout any attempt to soften I red more Uiat in concluding .peace and | Territory Further Evidence ; whatever. J J Jlangin and family have gone | a. Mercer ha.s returned .after a to California to spend the winter. 1 visit to the X. S. eWLSIORIESGF F)ICKED UP IN ASSINGi=I~i FOR THE BTTSYi WAN j'man, the Germans apparently .feared I outbreaks, for orders were posted all i over the town inviting the people to I remain eiuiet, adding that the smallest i demonstrations would be dealt with !by artillery fire. .\\\ residents were;, ordered lo remain indoors from (3 j o'clock at night until (i o'clock in the \ morning. Those found in the ptreeta I between these times, who were with-! out aulliQiily, woiild be fired ou, the ! order added. .Vnother order issued ' abom th� bain� time provided the | dfiath iienaliy for even the �posses.^lon ; of a t(.';eij;innr; instrument In homes, j I'lii-iij." th._' "jiijre period of occupu-' iiofi nu ncw.spapera, but German or-, gans and tlip New Ilotterdam Cour- , j ant. were permitted to be sold. j , Cruelty to Children .1, ^, , , '^^ British .'^rmy in Helgium.; The people of the city were resentatives of the German people oct. -M.-An inspection of numerous ^ cd to reraov- all signs in the French yA�.?*!f-!'f.^�..?i.":'l*f :-German posters in Belgium discloses ' language and to change the names of that wherever the Seaih prniaUy for siretits 10 Goruiap or Fletnish. It is offenses by civilian.^ was cxncted. no; itlleged that .Xdiiilral Shroeder whip-signature was attached. It is, tliore-! ped children v,hose .dogs harked at fore, concluded that no German com- him. 'I'wo ;.:i:I^ were imprisoned for inander was willing to take an indivi- eight luouuis iu\d given only mildew-dua! leKpon.sibility lor sucli ordor.s, ed bread anil (toarae beans, They were in the accused o;' ',vriiing a letter to ilieir brother. Whilp in prison they were Metal containers for tobacco may be banned. The farmers of North Carolina have lost nearly $1,000,000 by rushing their cotton to market. Every photoplay studio in the Un ited States has been closed for one month on, account of the influenza epidemic. One of Winnipeg's old residents passed away in the parson of Mrs, Gather-in Flett, relict ot tire late David H, Flett, who pre-deceased her about 17 years, Mrs, Tlett has been a resident ot Winnipeg for 48 years, locating there in 1870. A discharge depot lor returned men is to be established in Edmonton. The Northlaiid Milliii'g Co.. of Win-, nipeg has bought the flour mill at Moosomin. The Hubbeil Hou.'se, built in 1768 in Lansboro, Mass.. has'been burned with its famous collection ot colonial furniture and china. ^ Daniel Freeman, a native of Norfolk County, Ontario, died at Los Angeles, Cal. leaving an estate of a million dollars. ^ Inspector I'^reucU, R.N.W.M.P., has returned frorn spending two and a halt years in the Arctic regions. He will join the Siberian force. French-Canadians are incensed over the appointment of Sir Charles Fitz-Patrick as lieutenant-governor of Quebec, Tho feoling Is that tradition do-mands a French-Canadian. I^a Presse of Montreal, complaihing of tho tendency to slight F^-ench-Canadians in making important appointments, says: "Little more and we will believe the government is trying to avenge itself on Quebec for its attitude during the I election." � ,!,. .,1^ , ,,.iiMy mil WW. I !� John W. Barnett, - .two fpot seven inches tali, hag; s^rUi^ divorce proceedings in Brobkiyn"aga.Ii?Bf iis Jive aad a JuUf foot-wife;i- ^,' .. Archbishop Mu^ejetp,' (JT; Chicago, wanned the NaJ.ioi�tl/C�tboUc War Council not to lutlea Ijalfl inaction by the cry that peacig. w.^B'iieaj. Frank Ullan, wbo" killed:'>.,inan who ridiculed �him for bnj^ng '-a Liberty Bond last Ai>ril,' IU)s vi#Bni! pardoned trom the> Ohio stitte {lariltolktlary. * I Dr, ,1, A, SnaH,-pHliCiWil of the Normal sciioo) at SkakKtnbn, .jbas been promoted to be tnepa^tor.' ol high schools. cplleislates � ana- normal ! schools in Saskatcftewah.' ' One of Uie qutatiftiwi^cait with at I the Methodist geasnl confftr�iice and one which is a rjRdteal ,iMtm�.t� has been the limit of tli�.^eriii.^ltk the change made at this cpnfartpce, by a two-thirds vote ot tUa atatlo^nc committee, a minister'."may, be j^iationed on a circuit for (in. aadUlpn*! year 1 provision being ^ade for tnlB action" being continued ]r;Bar after j^ear. attempting to undo the infinite injuries and injustices  of this war the government-of-the United^States cannot deal-with  any but veVitable rep of Hun Brutality constitutionel standing as the real rulers of Germany. If it must deal with the military masters and the monarchical autocrats of Germany now, or if it is likely to have to deal with them later in regard to the international obligations of'the German j possibly "fearing conseiinence.-; empire, it must demand, not peace ; future. In addition to tlu; vi.iible evi- negotiatibns, but surrender. Nothing � can be gained by leaving this essen- : ges. tial thing unsaid." | dence, it was testified to by .U. Kche- This entire n'ote Is one of Woodrow ! vin, one of liie aldermen who attend-Wiison's raasterpiece.R. It is .so clear led the execution of Capt, Friatt, tho that the most" ignorant can understand. It states the opinion of the allied world perfectly. U its terms are met, peace can corae, hut not otherwise. This was especially the case in Bru-l-told that iJii.'ir brother had been arr. A Victory Bond real victory, this year means re.=it�d and would be shot. But later tlipy lojirned i!t,-it be had been relets-ed after two iiiiniths. Deported the Men Hefore iIk; Germans evacuated Bruges they i.ssncri circulars calling on The Worlds BeSit Coffees -chosen with scrupulous care by experts-blended for exquisite flavour and strength - roasted just right- this is the way we produce by oversubscribing the Victory I>cian, The purchase of a Victory Bond means your faith in the country that gives you a living. Germans face cold facts in liie same way as they face cold steel, observes the Kincardine Review and the St. Thomas Times adds: "They Kate to' see the point." , 1 master of tlicj British sleuincr Brua- i sels, as the representative of the city. .... ...^...... _________ -....., _, ^ The alderniaii said Capt. Friatt brave-; an ni'm by.wriLMi the ages of 16 and | ly looked straight at the firing sciuad. \ \r-, years i>> appear at the office of the An hour after his execution an order i ^ call and all were carted away from the city like cattle, in truPkf-;. The con.iurjiiiip wa.s severe. Even 3 book oi .sHjT/'ons by Basaent, who lived in Calvin's time, was sent back to tho puijlislK^rs with a demand that certain punsages bo modlflod. The people of Bruges are especially bitter some people In Holland, who, tliey say, Iield lip letters smuggled across ih8 border and made known tliH conients to the Germans wiw) puniHluid the writers. ly were collected from citizens of Bru-j ges as fine,s, _ I Dettroyed Everything Give the kaiser one'last good piich i ''^""d' ^ondition.s during the G�ri,ian j occupation, the alderman continued, I were not bad because the district Is I an agricultural one. There was no looting in the city before the German.") left. But there was no use for" looting, for everything desired by the Germans previously had been requisitioned, even pianns, pictures and fi'ying pans. The last company leaving tlie town destroyed everything the men could rea<'li- They, even went down the sirent."! breaking window,'! with their rifle butts, Feared Outbreaks On (Jet, 1, according to the .aldrr- Qrj. 'r%o ihousaij.d riew workmen's h'omes are to be "built ia Portland, Coffee A Drink of Delight 'Morning, Noon and NighV* 214?336633 7?18156?70 ;