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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR jhr u-vrnniunr.K _______iiJMWjiffKBmBWiiam � -Terr daily �� utMsm HF/ftALP �IIIIIIIIWUP SATimDAY. Of.TOHKR 20. ffllR TEfoe litbbrtoge Iberalb Xctfobrtfcoe, tUbcrta DAILY AND WCKKLY - Proprietor! and Publlehtr. fHK LETHBRIOGE HERALD PKIM7- ' INQ COMPANY, LIMITED ~*M ��h 8tr�t South, Lethbrldga W. A. Buchanan . frMldant and Manajrine Director �asm Tortanea  � Uuiiaoii Manac*; �oainen Mltorlal TILF.PHONCa Office .......... Office .......... Subscription r�imi Batty, ��llv�red. per week .... Dally, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per 70a? ..... Waakly, by may. p�� yew ---- .Waakly. by mail, par j�r to TT.8. UMi .11 I .15.9*1 .�4 00 .Sl.M, UN Dates of expiry of subscriptions af- ' lsa�r daily on address labal Aoeeot-i ace of papers ijte explr�tw� ttate U ; W authority to continue the tue-scrlptlos. sr.- . . .. ! THE FOREIGNER AND THE VICTORY LOAN The foreigners in '.h'S ciis'.r.ct working for bifl wages have not been asked to r-i.iKc an* sac-tfices in the war. Or. the other h.ird f>e war has brought tig tc th;m. Taxation f.tlls lighi'v on these wage earners and about the enly apoea's 'or the war that have ccme to them ha\e tsen f;r patriotic causes h�s in tne bal.ti'-c A WORD TO THE SLACKER SHOULD BE SUFFICIENT Thsre was once n man who had thousands of sheep and cattle and acres of land. He got big prices for all lie had to sell and grew rich out of a world war. To operate the farm he wanted h:s boys exempted from military service. And on top of it all he took a one thousand dollar bond. He still lives and enjoys the protection of ii country that has been in the war f,-oni the Seginning. He is growing richer every day. while others of Inn fellow citizens, are giving up their lives, so that Itr and others may enj-y peace and liberty. He. and others line him. will 'oe Canvassed .-.gam this yr-r for the Victory Lean. We wondrr w;t�t the hat-vest of the canvassers will be." .Will 't be another thousand." We hea; not. This n-an should put u,) his shar and if he docs it will L'c at least ten thousand. Every man who enjoys t'-e ere-tect'on of laws of benefits by the institutions 't maintains and adds to his wealth Cut cf its resources, should be s liberal sub scriber to the V:etory Loan. THINK OF THE SOLDI E R 5 BEFORE REFUSING A man who excuses hocsrif f.-cm subscribing to the Vide--/ Loan because the crop wasn't g-tod. should think scrously befo-c '"f m.-)v�s his final d> .nri-'* use ire --' the i.)r>nn i '9 Fr.l ions of fol- ar a day and n rt all tne sM1 i Me t me. The fore in Canada, with h.j life practically gered. earns four, five and �i� dollars a day on the average. On Monday the Victory Loan drive tegms The foreigner can show by subscriptions to the lean whether he appreciates the Icte hood he is earning in Canada. A subscription to the loan it not a gift. The money will come back at the end of five or fifteen years and m the meantime irterest will be paid half yearly each year .it the rate of 5 1-2 per cent. There it no about it: it it a oood Investment. The foreigner nevertheless can help Canada ty subscribing to tne loan. He la earning enough to invest m a hundred or a five hundred dollar bend, be-CJk.Se the Wnu cf payment are easy. The fjreigner can save m; rep utation Jnd bac believed thai tin. dm. the uuidankmi: of -''�-'.. v. -1." ty r o '.'"� c " i st -i;|.-,tcd thee to -i.-t'-e Bouricn Wo "j a-J .'i tell the tale :' t�e - wi ful cfort. -i'nc people, we '---ow subscribe this year, because cop set back leaves them practically nothing -no f'C mt to ens�. T'-r-e C.minder. car.'t tne with > than tut .1-- nt hrr� e the poor and try to he Victory Loan. Let tb�m Imr* o* the boys in France and all they have cone despite depressing setbac'-s and fey wi'l tin t-e^r r�5ervc� and take a bono1, proliab.j at a lac riflce. It is sacrifice that nia--s ut better clUiens a*, thij time. howeVcr. who will u: crco as a camouflage a. oid subscribing to V ti.TV .�'.iibrii! I.�/au. U;,j Vli-Ji SO ll.l. r:.s,-. Sl-iC to ii. i- , -'.l>! II..- ;taf tii i'irr�-�s and - 'Ai'-i t>-i t duy indHitf' � trrii! v.euk'-i.i!.^ ut ..-it u the morale of th� Au*tn;*n army. !>eiT l.v^. Turkey, It U rirt>oried Uni*\, ': � �-:�-.-�t-> the allies, virtualb .im.iuii'.in^ t-. itirrender. a ho-to :'.. , Titni** ed not to make r�p!y to th- iat-.-� i,.-,:^ - " >����:> � ct Preaideut WiUun. l Hrin�.' Columtiii. has d*;cUi.:4 thut tht- ��, torsi laws of that province will he ,--; vised before the next provinriut e!.-r ttun ia tucli a �ay that only fiiH-lledged citizens will have a viiif in the government. "N'o one," ii-. -.iv.. "who has been 4 :Kiuptfcd fruui war service through his religious in iu-t or any other reason of thut kind, will have a right to say how liriti.-h Col umbia should he gorerued. i do not , believe that anyone who has iaiii-'l to bear his or her share in the sacrifice i)t thi�\war should be given th� Iran- j Chlae after peace ha*s rotue." Thla Is a sensible view Certainly i no man who is unwilling tr, n.,�ume j [1.OIu l!lVt .v -r!l ail tha QbUsationu of ciil^nsUip. I hroth-s-in-law a> should be permitted -lo use the fran-' cbUe which ia the outstanding i.-cok-nitton of- olUxeiitthif>-  Kvety- con aflentions. objeotoi\ -no- matter hi., tile, should be debarred ' from the franchise. A njan who won't take up Me vryie.- to- defend his countiy HUbWo'v \p be allowed to mark u Ijal-iPt. .1. 1:, lip ...mi. a :1 - !il .Ma at the i unit- BOW ISLAND !S -ORGANIZED FOR ' SEVE FROM DEATHS (f! Tt.v.v On-n forrr^iionrtrnd ('' \\'i,.lttesi!.ty aft;' rii.imbi'r* for fi ; o!l':i i-rs to n - with 'In- Ii i Vh I.o.i:- h 11 -aitli- .mil 11 :l;l ai\';'i dvrvtiKih I'.'.is iMinc noon pur- Hi i. Ihu- n \'i.-t.-!v iiui. . il.'i,I. Mi Taher. Oct. I mornin!'.. fUifobrr ) A. StrltistMiiin pa-'i brief iilm -s. Tlv undi'f.-'t^i:; I. was S; brief sit-, i !>. H: .lien 11.iy ii.--b.m.e of Mr. and > i Hie ilc aas rer.. Irs. >irin;:i .'j'.'lis nKl. a r. ban Hie ;ibd in 'i Lf artFI l-ellil' �in' iy mi I'ridny . Mi- idtiattd iw.iy .i.ii-r n e ei .le.i'li. Wi' !i itiilueiiza. A i-iuulucteil Si-i.l iv .it tint illl-se'.l. ' which 1 i'rmr-! yc-.irn knnwii F)ICKED UP IN ASSING 1=11 FOP. THE BUST MAN All Keglnn barbers are WPiirlnR masks. Kx-Alil. Geo. Hill coughed to death. of Hamilton hie \ibrn .1 lb.  of I -r-i i ilnife anl -'tl.ihs in H' year !i :.e iu -,il , e: ruin she pe.� ie the s.iii; i \ .ir of - \ ; ear.! ia t u inter Oct. : i II.,I; Wa' he i � 11 ^�'ii. iioth-f hut.. P; ��-l them. ltivestlf;nto litem, hear them, lather than read about tltim. Our Exchango Deportment has recently taken Into stock a small Henry Herbert Stud-x lo Piano In mission oak, In exchange for a Playor-Plano. It is nearly new and would grace any drawing room. Wa arc asking (fcQOC AA for this in- $J��KUv strument, with bench to match. It will pay you to call and examine this plnno. EASY PAYMENT PLAN MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. 8. LETHBRIDGB ' y Serious Cases I.ieilt Col T I-: Permtt of Jleitin.i. ! ; t  s ;�. !h- ' � i] '� : : " cast . ,  s  � ' .''.".*'!. who In I hi* eve^i^lit While (in ai live '. is: e'oi't"! -.1 ;. i . ;' i' i'nt ted t : �1 the servl' " It;. � ret'irned from overst as : Whl'l' i-r.' 1 � . - -ii -.a ',;k- 'liJ'r;- ' ,. ' ,-e o.e and wi 1 t i',e nv.T his duties in prl'i- -, . :.'!.: A - if  : � p.- . eip.ll . f tl>" KeiHtia Normal ' i hool i i. W ;':v,->: : 1 ; - . ^- ri"-: - ' : ;'  re ii-*, as �unit a?-  � i- ' te- -1 !-'; the - ; � , In I/."- '.'illowini; Hie epiil' inlc of in- .... it.....v.ji - ,,ni- .ll'.t-.'ni.t ; M- � lie' : - i ' � ..r-l Her,. ,.- ' : .- -t 's lor - . " !  it';- .>..-� .' :  ;; A ih� Mr at.  ' -e am- M i; � � Foithorti" Ma. tn.i;. -'. . ,. ;-. .. i . . :i..  i . t'nt h . :"'!.. 1 lie a . antll.late In tjie cimiluK Cihti , ;-. i. t r A 1 '� - -it : . 'he ''ini- ' ' � � cant- u'.li ' � iv . lei tion The n.'il known - .1 - : " i h-> > � � 'y j,- i i-... ' 1.' 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'' i'.. i"!i m �--.�,;. neat tie - : �;.�� ' Si', lie l.e.if ..i. 1 i.pirit ' inett i r is lit. and it. at-r than hand lll.t'.v mil -. ! ;tl MlUtl. the ! U't till their soul, sympathy with those woo ii.-i*.. -o few i hurt Mutnlis thetn This i-The.tiKh all iht. wa It v.'i-.m Itii-r ?. thriilieh t onUilUed t| at. ei. an 1 after r i-f-mlnt; famre. om i|Mti( bin n-ltfliftl HtfioiiifKt lull Itii! I II  Sun .,: nii'.h Th 1-t I.--ittiiiy hnr Invine pr. from the - ili preroditi". entire p'.tlrn i.- neltlier thv dwelling, i Ph. '.'I. i.ieat l'|-.jl:n of trust. It :y out' of the it.-1 i�-.-,-r by.- eh- -i. at any rate, li" "e.'U in Uu i'-'te- tti- f'llloV, illi-' ill. i i-ut t.I !:!^ (.i.i.t-' "One-aflerjiOon i �:ie� a man on the trail. Win-it I �'.�n-t| talking to .'i ai. he -anl |,. via- a !Ull- ll-at iill'l 1 fllout.-i alnovt I" el etioliuli If hear,! nvir a i;;ui',T -tion. Wie o ! had got in-, "ay w-'l under i�ay and had Hie end iu -!,!.:. ihe'mau lo'-.-..-in and .-laltl, 'I'm very sorry, hut I haVa no vote. I'm i-tt'.l ..u Amerb ait in.-i-ti ' I retired.' Iir helix nlhiH 1! - ' MTRY H. 1- ' il C ' F- K-h ' lie-, 11.: :ii!iiiiit; of the � i (ill.I nil eallll. All. AlU nrp. i� ioin.iVlliy, 1. '.' >--U.I:if t", tl.'- ,'i.tme i'..i-t Cha l.d � lit. Illl Jjlit: l;lil!-l'!,:l ft .it!;--, il.lm.. tl u-atff II ...'.K'Ulal i ate; j;= .�;!!.' {., Mil.. .,:,:. i ..:;:;:.�:> i liate alread> heeil !�-! Ki-nni'tii Ilit.v. a, Pa hi- m.-i: -. and ajuiiitiiii: i.ih , inn our \:.:u.i. Lit at a'uti, -alveil rail way ,f,tire with unl- et- cm.i- it aa, H.e lii.-.t tin: i ;t, ii.. t ,.: the wot id that an > \'-.: ei i.'.ai !:.ii> ever net .in- 1 . .-.--i! It ,,.>.  tc > -nttie a Mi ill ^..-e Kil.tfi "il.. I'.etiCl! It: .1 fee 1 toil,. , ,1./ l.Vi-t|t-; li'lh i 'la.- Kiiimlotn o; i.�!f. :> ii An--, zr.-t: 'i'.ie Church oi !.'..:�,. \ 'I tMT, 11: K.i i he t itt- pel ,u it , t ntlipl tSV !;-' iiml .\c' Piceniiiii'.s Jotiriiitl in to.', nt-,1 >' -liniihi ;t h: � .a. : e ,.ptttiin, one le'eti iii ear.-. to tin; lues.-a;-: t'U hit, tin aul ! fte 1 tioti a - iiitu-li tViil I, - I'.tt thltt i innkei! ii.r oalriel. .-pent 'lin- i Mil Ie(id ami .-pt-. :l ii al itlit.i for a hoa.-e .-' tin..! (� .it*hf-r ; \. an ii ti.e .iitril i.-. iyiiaK to emt;.- 1 thoti! f, otiad -i, have not bet n 1. Th- t.-iulur will -not: lie 1 ihe v.'nil. in-licit iu coiiipi-lion iuti-r. Vol d miller ti:. avins li'.iu.  tde ! Mujl! 1 costs ,.| !n o.i v. Octoher Ht'i. in he w lii-kej , - vi ;. lie was brought in ieiise.l oil hail, I wo Aa a'KiiiKai of far rt-arhliiK iir.pnrtaucc to Ihe. uu-(oitiobile inilu-.tiy iu Canatla has been efiecti-l by tIf- consolidation of the McLaughlin Motor Car Company, Limited, the Chevrolet .Motor Com-latiiy, l.iiiii: :1. and the .McLaughlin Cal'I'laee Com pan;., Limited, with the ijeioral Motor* '.'oiui-auy. 'Hi., aiaal-Lytln'tt :oii will become effc-tiVH on ihe 1st of .\'ovetul..r. One of liic results v, ii! be tiiat nioloi's herctoiorn man- I in/ Hie I'nitetl states will i ni.-is eV ami the van bctoie il:e v.iu tail* iieen C aw a: � .1. I-',.:-' it.- ."iici . Allitlilen, a Human irptu Winnipeg, iia.s Military'. y MoliL'ltor, Calsary, ii ::�. t me. be Imili in Canatla lOKt-tiiut with axles, tianjiittusious, and all other iuiilioitaut puttri. AH the present j plants, hraiich house* und irihut-' iilK stiilian-i in ('anuria will lit) operat-- i-il as in the pu.,i To provide nmiiti-! laciufiuK facilliieai the (Junoiul .\lo-;tt>rs Conipany has piin:hai*ed u r:|to of j 18 acres in WaJkervillu,, where, map-j lucluring will commence, as soon Us lite plant can' bo erected. i CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST prove j ANNOUNCEMENT BY CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY, LETHBRtDGE Clnra C. Nobles, First Reader CoiifoiiniUK to Hie order Ittsued by the i'rovincial I!t".ilth Departiuont, this iliiirch will not hold hervlcea tt>- mori'.j'.v. Mr, litldy has said, (Hiscellrtnuous Writiii!?.-��. "Prtidictlnt? daimer does not thfciiiiy life, whereas furec.i,st(nK llheity ami joy does, for iheao uro troiu; promoters of health and happi-Also, "A calm, Christian stale regret thut the amount (tyuld not lur�er. Now, therefore, I reconinienil vvb en-ilorso what was done ut conference and that we do our duty to tho government and show our loyalty to tho puiit>� for which our diildlem are contending by purcbaainn to -'the limit ot our means Victory Honda. George W. Green, Bishop. of mind is a belter preventatlv.e of contagion than u drug.' or than any olher possible ttfipuUYQ Dje.tb"di JVud the -pi rfeci |ove' that 'catitota out (ear' 'U' a oUio defenca." , Iwvid laught:. "Uecau�o UlOU hast mane the Lord,; which . Ib�' l\ty* J'plugo, oven the j)o�t lii/fh, thy hnbltutlon, there shall no uvll befpll tbee. neither Khali'any p|iguu liotno ulgh  thy dwelling." PENTECOSTAL MISSION Rev. C. M. Neva ,\ Now therefore why Hpoak ye isoi a word of bringing the King back, -Bain, l'.i: 10. The world Is full of iinruil wild tur-intill, the natural world, with Its ever restlpBH spirit, sighing on'the mountain lops, whistling In tho winds, moaning ovir tho ocean, in a titgnifi-cant figure of man's inqniotutlo. Tho whylo creation gfoaimth pud travail-oth iji pain. Who 'vill bring llto K|n� buck? Amidst thu htrlftt and unrest thut prevails, there Is �� noo4 on our part of seeking tip. (nee pj (Ipd about '"bringing back ihe King, 'fhe midnight hour is Hounding forth, nplmlrl llo cometh, go ye out to meot'-wmir J�v�u bo comu Lord Jubus. ;