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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2G.~t{)18 XctbbtibQc Iberalb XctbUrl&oe, aibevta (' Preiirletera and PubJUhor. fiNB LCTHBRIOSE HERALD P8IN7. , ' JNQ COMPANY, UMITED t|tt fth StrMt. South, Lethbrldga W.:3K.' Buchanan A�ald�nt and-Mana^inK Director |�ka Torraaoa  - BuaiBoca Kanactf TSUFPHONE� iniinais Ottica .......... i�ttortU Otflca .......... ubacrlptlon RatMi mmar. ��UTBred. per week Sally, delivered, per year .....W-^ Klly, by mail, per year ......M-Oe Saakly, by maV. pef ye�x J-JJ a�Uy. by malL par year to U.8..�J.�� ' Datea ol! expiry ot �ub�crlpUoi>� b�-Mar dally on addraa* labaL Acop^ Uiee ot paper, fits oxplratiiii o�te " mi authority to continue tia �ub-icrlptlo*. _ THE FOREIGNER AND THE : VICTORY LOAN The foreigners in this district working for. big wages have not "been asked to make any sacrifices in the war. On the other hand the war has brought big wages to ' thsm. Taxation falls lightly on these wage earners and about the only appeals for the war that have come to them have been for patriotic causes like the Patriotic Fund and Red Cross. There has beeij a strong agitation that foreigners, we mean the alien enemy element, should' be conscripted fo;- war service, but nothing in that direction has been done. The Canadian soldier stFIl works for $1.10 a day and his life is in the balance all the time. - The foreigner in Canada, with his life practically unrendangered, earns four, five and six dollars a day on the average. On Monday the Vjctory Loan drive begins. The foreigner can show by subscriptions to the loan whether he appreciates the livli-hood he is earning in Canada. A subscription to the loan is not a gift. The money will come back at the end of five or fifteen years I and in the meantime interest will ; be paid half yearly each year at i th.erate.of 5 1-2.per c^nt. There is i no'4'acrifice about it; it iS a good ,.(l on Wednesday afternoon j in tlie (.iiuucil chambers for the purpose of cioctiii;: ofiicors to assume the work in connection with the floating o[ the coicin.!; Victory Loan. .Mayor i Roid was apiuiiutcd Prosidont. 1 Messrs. li. S. 13eattie and II. Smith! : woiv rliosen to act as secretaries. Those to act on the advertising coin-mi ttoo and whose efforts are already visible on ail main roads and thor-ou.irlif.Tros were the following: Messrs. Hoaiiio Pniith. Wortz, Reid. Henderson and Oliver. I Those in ciiarge of canvas.^ing ac- {tivitics wore .Messrs. Cotton, Hurd. j ireiulorson. Pollitt. Rolfe and Wert-/;. i While croi> conditions in tliis viciu- ! ity during the p;'st year have not local committee; (Buy a Victory IJomii (T''roi[i I >ur Owi. I .11 r.-iont" Taher, Oct. 1'5.-i::irly on Friday morning;. October ISth, .Mrs. ^uland .\. Strliigham passed away after n brief illness. The cinise o;' death, we unders(^nd, was Sinmish influenza. A brief funeral service was conducted by Bishop Hayncs oa Sunday at the home ot .Mr. and Mrs. Adam Russell, parents of thij deceased, after which the body -was conveyed to the cemetery. .Mrs. Stringliam wns -1 years and 0 months old, and was well known in Taber. -Another tlpath from infhionisa occurred on Thursday. Oct. 24th. that of Jlrs. Loftiis, resilient in the Johnston addition. Mrs. I.ol'tus was well advanced in years ami for a lon.g time had been suffering irom bronchitis, ! so lliat the influenza found her an R ICKED UP IN AS'SING FOR THE -^B'U-STf MAN lego. He went overseas three years , ^ , . r. V. � - � ^account of the closing ot the Noimal I Mrs. J. halpm. Broadway. I cpimol Cal-'arv Jlr. Ross Lake arrived here on Fri-1 "'^''ool' t.al�ai} flay from Winnipeg and has assumed Serious cases ithe teiler-s duties in the local branch. Over 200 cases ot Sininuh in luen- I za are reported tor fabcr and the .Mi^s Lillian Tufteland and Miss i jjgg ,^(j (g^j^ coraission in a Highland regiment, with whic' India as Brigtide Major. \ ^Ir. and Mr.=. F. Halpin of F"^;^T''^: Helen Bryan are home at present on | ^^-^7-i,,Vnt. with which he went to .were tlie week-end guests of -Mr. and ____..... ,,,,;.,, ,f ,ha Xormal i ... t,_,_..i, i,,i.,j,, Liout.-Col. T. E. Perrett of Regina, who lost his eyesight while on active service, has Returned from overseas Mr. and Mrs, Robert Fairbairn have: trata and there are "'-S^'^t '-al's for been called to the coast owing to the , heltl A doctor and a nui=o ate am- knocked CHARACTER IN THE HOME PIANO is just as attractive in its way, as is charactei' in the home itself, and lack of it is unfortunate in either. THE.HIGH GfiADE LINE OF INSTRUMENTS in MASON & RISCH STORES are dlstinguisheil examples of pianos of character. They tell their own story so .well that wo invito you to come and seo them, investigate them, Irear them, rather fhan road about them. V " Our Exchange DopBrt|iient " has recently taken into itboli a small Henry Herbert Studio Piano In mission oajc," in exchange for a Player-Pjano. It is nearjy new and Woul(l grace any dravi'ing room. Wi( are asking �-.��- Messages froir Major "Foghorn" MacDonald may be a candidate in the coming Glengarry bv-election .'The well known _________......... ... ^ soldier, who was born in Glengarry. 'the'LD.s' authorities, has ; has been asked to stand and may en-council as a ' ter the contest. He would run as an I severe illness of their son. Freddie, i ong those that h.ivc . ...------- ------ .... guest in Purple. Springs. West CoaV Co. We legref the loss of istratc Primrose fined Morley P. Hnr- The many friensd of Mrs. L. Carl- such n vending a fe-.v days here., : prev.iiling epidemic. Mr. Bell of" the Ba.nfc--'o� Montreal | We are glad tn welcome back to Ta-, . staff, Lethbridge. is acting manager j her safe and sound one of our severai' were principals in a double wedding, j music teachers, who "shall be name-' the former marrying a Mr. Carter and : *3,Vn"7hnm '�''ri,Vr,-"�''';,i�i,V'A':,''r" I less. The last we. heard of liim he the latter. Miss Carter, a sister of his : ^''^'^fn them. This is plam duty, i war; beating it for-Lethbridge faster j than Lot out of Sojlom many miss this Sunday worship, let the fact hu their souls with a greater sympathy with those "ovei- there" ;who have so few church privileges to .t the local branch during the indisposition- ot Mr. Carson. WESLEY METHOPIST .: Rev. Chas.-e! Cr .pg TFiist in God aW rffr'^ViPahail befall .thee,' neither shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling, (Pa. 91:10). This is a great Pgalm of trust It's sunny briglitn^ss and pertetSt trust in Dlvliie protection .ts a s,trpng relief from the solemn sadness of the Psalm preceding. The central Tdea of the entire Psalm is that of s's.fety. That safety is'guaranteed in regard to two classes of dangers, those from enemies, those from djaease. Wl^at year.i-ing trust, 'I will say ,Jelio\;fty Is tuy re- Back up the boys over there a bond subscriber in every home here. Let every Lethbridge home iiave ai least one subscriber to the Victory Loan. ijiBiraO APPOINTS km ,,, duv Own CorM-spondsnt) .\rb!ofortl, Oct. 3,=;.-Owing, to the coining of the colder weather the workers for tiie Red Cross Society will-meet every AVednesday afternoon! itter. Miss Carter, a sister ot nis , ^.^^^^^ the welter ot blood and mg trust, m wm sfty .jenoTOa is my ri new father. Mrs. Clair thus became i j,-_,,.,i. continued declin-! fuso- ^o ev 1 ah.aU-COifiB. near, n both mother-in-law and sister-in-law i a te" seeming Liurr one ^ ��ourge approach.the Jtot' o� the man ,f her son's wife, Mr. Carter ^^^P'[llZs^vTLlv^^^^^^ permanent trust is in .........� ' -----1 .^r "r ti,,vtaIV their diitv clear be- God, Perils of commun o� gnfl,perils ' fore then/ and day after dly that! of work all equally, real and yet we duty was exaa-ly dLe Solef it be i "-y... �l^'^>'.e'-ed frortt them. ^Active with us. Says a country editor: "Money the outflanking'of the entire Austrian close-but not quite close enough for.^t theliome of'-Mrs. Buchanan instead j ^^^^^ ^ ^-intory rnnd) army on the upper Piave. The large; us to reach it." j of the church. _ J , , , :;,;,"_?Today's casually number Of prisoners taken the first I ;- ......! T.i^r^/^'.L'f '^^^7^::^ Mist i.icluded th-- following western men and of lie day indicates a great weakening ofj Watch out for personation in the i Lake Red Cross workers have for- j, -the morale of the Austrian army. I Red Deer bye-election on Monday. | S;;:^^!!,^^::,^Il bed ' ,:Sr"^P^r: ^ Turkey, it is reported today, has; That 'flu mask may cover up a lot ot officially made an offer of peac� to j repeaters. the allies, virtually amounting to; - ,.surrender. -�^ go-to-church Sunday thp St. : The German war cabinet has decid- i Thomas Times thinks should be. in ed riot to make reply to the latest note pt President Wilson, until they receive further indication of the intentions of the-allies. Further progress is being made by the British at Valenciennes, and by the allied forces in Belgium. -ci's husband and stepfather to his sister, JMrs. Vera Carter step-daughter 01 her mother and sister-in-law and daughter-in-law of her brother's wife, and Mr. Clair his own mother's brother-in-law and his wife's brother's stepson. Meanwhile the family is hon-eymoonin.g together. The HJxeculive of Saskatchewan Rural Municipalities Association, passed resolutions urging Premier Borden and Hon. T. A. Crerar.iMinis- CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev. Oliver L. Curtis THE FIRST GREAT WIRELESS NJ^SSAGE In Act-2, is a record ot the first life is full ot open and secret foes as well as. of tiift^cultleB., lut.he. that keeps near to God'wilJ pass upha;'n)ed through them-all and .tt'lth.^-iftjot jnade strong and firm by tfpd'Sown power infu.sed into it. will lie a))lQ tp crush rfhe life out of the nio'8;t formidable Toe. '"To the truatfKI" ihan there is no har^n. I will'lift hlin 'ori.jWigh," wireless message; flashed from "The snid Jeliovnh. "I will a^BAifisf lilni: New Jerusalem." tlie capital  of the j .^^.j^ j,e .with..him;.'Iri ftoulile.'' In NOT ENTITLED T0�^ THE--PBANCHISE. Hon. Mr. Oliver, premier of Britisli Columliia, jias declared that the electoral tews of that province Will he -^e-vised before the next provincial election in such a way that only full-fledged citizens will have a voice in the government. "No one," he says, '*'who has been oiempted from war service through his religious belief the Ontario legislature in Manitoulin island. Is that a of Industry are' The work ot moving the old school ouse ienson, is now under way. - _ enson is haTl-fig it movgil to a lot mi Ithe Main street and will use it in con-'^"' junction with his present building. order to even up in some measure for j hoii^,-.; which lias been sold to A. Sor-:'y^"/";"' the churchless Sunday. i enson, is now under wy. Mr. Sor-! '�'''l'; A farmer, candidate was elected to -, Magnone, Vancou-- tiidre would bo enough oats in Sas-Kingdom, .hence the'beginning ,.of the t'M S!^".i^n.s'on, Rosedale, B.C. I katchewan to supply the seed feed i following events: Died: Lieu'. L. D. Anderson, Toron-; and milling requirements tor 1910. F F Kerneriv, Edmonfon; A. E. j � - - 'Candler, Vrnicniver; F. E. Mac.Mlllan, i The following particulars are avail- 1. The/Kiiigaom of God on earth, (Mk. Acts 2:1-17). 2. The Church of Christ, (ML able concerning Canadian oHlcers who ] n;:l8;. Acts 2:47, 11:15). Candidate Gal joy out' o't the at any rate. lie the following inci "One -afternoon trail. -Wnien-1 started talking to him,; Owittg -to the prohibition of public he said he, Wiis a little deaf and I I'meetings the Lyceum which should I or any other reason of that kind, will i "o yo/^. ,�l"' "n-American citi-j th, village, left on Wednesday even-, eiKunpinn. appeared at Vulcan -zen. I retir-ed. lings train for the coast. i . i i/ ler of .Agriculture, to fix a maximum ' i^ing of Glory, to His ambassadors in (.j^ggg g,.eat promi^'^'r'"^(iV'" find INF.ANTRY 'j price for all oats in Saskatchewan, the "Old Jerusalem, announcing His. j^gjp Killed in Action- H. L. Jones, .N'ew ; both seed and feed, tind if necessary coronation a,nd the beginning of the -,- � Westminster. l'..(',; E. G. Hawkins, , that all stocks of oats either in the Church of Christ on earth, {A.D. 33). _ inctte ouniCT ..... 11 was the first time in the history CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS To the TOcmbers and Prlen^ff Ot'tho Church of Jesus Christ of .L^ter Day Saint;s of tlie L'ethbrlUKd'"^jS'ai'd: 'T)ear Members: I'li^VB Ju-at i-eturn-ed from attending General Conference ot tli6 Church ni Salt Liike City and one ot the important thiUBH done at that conference was llio voting of a suhscription of |250,000. Caudht. With Liq- with seven men led patrol, killing five heard over a quarter section. When ^^^^ postponed, . A now date will hcj. ^hampiqn F,.rmer Causnv q ^^^^ ^^^^ had got my story well under way and fixed later when the company already' uor i., Mi5 Possession, had the end in sight, the man broke , aj,nounc.e(l\wiil give their program, in and said, 'I'm very sorry,.but I Tia've .miks V. Imeson. wlio lives v.-est ai (Vul'-au .'idvocatc.) Mr. O. Ditio, a farmer residing liBve a right to say how British Col-umhia should be governed. I do not believe that anyone who has failed to bear his or her share in the sacrifice .of thigswar should be given the franchise after peace -has come." This is a sensible view. Certainly no man who is unwilUng to assume a;ll flie.i pbligafioia . of citizenship. Should, be permitted -to use the fran-"ihise -which is the outstanding recog-nftldn of- cltlKentfhip. : Kvery- eon-Mtt'^htioi|s- objector; -^no- matter his llk\ should 1)6 debarred 'from ilie franchise., A i^ian who won't take up his' arjoa' to- defend his country , , , u , X , I last Saturdav l)r fore police magis- Mr. Hoffman, who has been UP Horn i P ^ ,,,yrge John McCormack, the singer, l-as ! during the harvest, left last week-end ; j^^^.^..^ j,^ ^.^ ^,^3 sent a cable message to the Free-j to^f.Pf^"'' the winter in the States. ^� M. , \Vork on tue Victory loan campaign ,,,,,,_,, ..nne-ir- man's-U.ournal ot Dublm. saying tlifa!,,^, necesHkrily had to be -consider-1 ;:;/''^";'';-',;'';,";;,;:''"�f ^^'^^"^^'''''^^ [ro ^r'"'"'""' '"V.^^^.i^"","!!:!!! ' IMtto was e.,a.-.ed under the Alberta other. one body, one spirit, one hope, one Loi-d, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father-oE-all, Eph,. 4:4-6. ..� this from brother-in-law were drowned Leiiister, Why should it h ought'home to all true IrishmenTlhat Influen-za; rjowever, w niiir,'xi-.- .i,,i in PhTmnlon o-i .,..�.-,,-i,., ...e H.n..e,i on Uie;^,,, oxpecledtli at as much ; l,;;:,^' ^^t^Tm, in ave re.:a.s was.raised^last year .e iflng, back, 2 Sain. 1!):1(). ' -> The world Is full Of -unrest and tur-mbll, the natural wdrld, wltl its ever restless spirit,- sighing 'otf'HUe mountain tops, whistling lu th^ winds, moaning ovar the pcoan, is a significant figure of man's-Ihqtiietude. The Whole creation .groaiieth .^nd travail-eth in pain. Who^vill tiring the King back? Amidst the strife'and unrest that prevails, therfe-Jl^':a\:riop/! ;pn our part of seeking Hje'-faoe pt.Opd^bout �bringing back tlie 'KlnB. fbe ,!Jit^n'g'it hour-is'Bounding .forfji, - Beiipllfl Ha cometh, go' ye out to tneof'ifrifi? Even so. come Lord Jesus, i ;