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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBHIDGK DAILY HKRALD ttbc Xetbbriboe Ifoejralb Xetfobri&ae, alberta DAILY ANU WEEKLY Praprittor* and Publl�h�rw fHI LCTHRRIDQE HERALD PRINT-I NO OOMPANV, LIMITED �M t�h StrMt uth, Lathbrldg* �W. A. Buohar.an fftMMMt and Managing Director Mb Tomiot   Builnaf* UanafM T*LFr�HONM �walnut Ottlc* .......... Mttortal Ottic* .......... mi Subscription n All men fear me! I declare that Canada shall not go to her knees to beg you to buy her bonds. That Is no position for a fighting man. But If you have the money to buy, and do not buy, I will make th/s No Mao's Land for you'. I will judgs you not by an allegiance expressed in mere words, I will Judge you not by your mad cheers as our boys march away to whatever fate may have In store for them. I will judge you not by the warmth of the tears you shed over the lists of the dead and the injured that come to us from time to time. I will judge you not by your uncovered head and solemn mien as our maimed in battle return to our shores for loving care. But, as wise as I am just, I will judge you by the material aid you give to the fighting men who are facing death that you may live and move and have your being in a world made safe. I warn you-don't talk patriotism over here, unless your money is talking victory Over There. I AM PUBLIC OPINION! AS I JUDGE. ALL MEN STAND OR FALL! BUY VICTORY BONDS. 10 HOLD OFF THE HP. Tl'ESDAT, OCTOBER 20, 1918 Kddle Piggott, n format- well known j Canadian entertainer, is dead. Mrs. V. \V. Lam-, niece of Sir V.':z: ii,,,,, ,v:r own --.36 last year. The membership led at c.irmaugny Sunday. .Much sym- i only nine, puthy is telt :ov ;h" bereaved family, j - Stewart Uraham. of Calgary, assistant gimernl inannger of tin- Ford Co. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Tlie newspapers of England are accepting Austria's reply to Wilson as an unconditional surrender, and expect the Austrian leaders now to go with the white flag to Italian headquarters when terms can be dlc'.ated. This would leave Germany entirely-Isolated, theepoint out, and open to at. tack by the Italian? from the Austrian side. Czechs are demanding the re-moral of Austro-German troops form their territory In Austria-Hungary, and threaten open revolt In the alternative. The Italians In their great new irlve, aided by British and French, have crossed the Piave. and hare lib-crated several villages and a considerable area from Austro-German clutches. General Debenny's army In north-am France Is rapidly closing in on Guise, .north-east of St. Quentin. THE RED DEER BYE-ELECTION Frank Galbralth would have made a very valuabel member of the Alberta legislature but he pursued the wrong course In the bye-tlection and consequently Red Deer elected his opponent. It was foolish In the first place for Mr. Galbralth to run as a Unionist; Dominion affairs were at once made an Issue in a purely provincial contest. Unionism Is not an issue in Alberta; there was no clamor for a Unionist movement. Hovrever. Mr. Galbralth In taking a course largely antagonistic to the fitawart government, more especially through his chief platform supporters, Senator Mlchener and Dr. Michael Clark, made thome m� n. who refuse to .�ub.*crih� to the IteJ Cross and Victory loan and who de-p in their hearts hate the war because it means extra taxation Men of that type should he taken out and luv They are traitors to Canada and n these bravo fellows, who gave up lif.> and limbs and sight To maintain liberty and justice in the world especially -.i--. the" Pnclor himself is down with Spanish influenza and Mrs. W.il'lwln is suffering from a diseased knee For thv inionmvtior, ot sufferers in j 'ho district it m.iy he mentioned that i Pr M;iel>oii.iid. "�-".noriy of Mu.gra.tu. , Is now loca:>\l at t'armancay and may be found a: the Grange Hotel there. I Messrs Scott ;:ml Huuelioii are liuild-i ins a l.irg" machinery shed, the con-j trait being in tho hands oi Mr. A. H. i Johnson. | That Karons is 'till a famous .ru>U"V 'centre was fully demonstrated on Sat- � uv.lay when Constable .Muckie went out to ar/cst John Antiumptie tor fail- 1 urc to answer a summons to appear ' in tin- police court on a charge of un-! Iawiu':i> dumping a load nf empty cans on tin- public highway. On arrival ,u Ant.umpti. '- house the .^ruis'-ahl- was mo; a' the door by the accused armed iv i a !vl�er ni'li wllich he threatened dire punishment on the hapless officer of tlin law in thv' event n'. that penile men a!eni;>:,ng an arrest. The con-i sta'ide [hen called Stan. Welsh, who i was with him to h!.s assistance. Ant 1-I umptie was rushed and disarmed but ; offered r"sol(i'e resistance when lr.s I captors trieil to drag lilin to their I waiting automuoilc. When they finally ! got him there they had to haul him into town half in and half out of the t car. Antiuinpi:�' was brought before Magistrate Welsh hut refused to speak , and lie is now cooling his toes in the �j cell at the police station, to appear he-| fore the magistrate attain today, j Bootlegger Fined ! On Saturday Hen Keller was fined ! $;'iin for bootlegging. � Mrs A c Freeman on Sunday pre- � seined her husband with a. son and i heir j M:- .1 Motnis �a, taken sudden-j iy ill on Friday :t!.i.-:iii:i: and was rush-j ed to (Jait Hospital, l.pthbridge. in a | rather critical i ondition. I Two cases of diphtheria have ilevel-' op-ii in town, hut for soiue Indefinable 1 reason the families conoenjed have i not b-en quarantined. The Victory l.onn campaigt: started this nmrninir with .Mr. U. B. Moir and 1 Mr. K. K. I'ophani as canvassers. It is i'Xp.�otM tiiat th.. district, although it for Alberta, died at Kdmoiiiou. Saloons in the Inili'd State* can no longer serve cheese at tree lunch counters. W. A. Tail, sales manager ot Ash-downs, t'nlgury, is dead. He canio from Cnmpbellford. Ont. .1 H .Meacham, member of an old time [ietleville. family, died in Toronto Residents of the various Indian reservations in the t'.S. have subscribed for $20,000,000 ot Liberty Donds. The I". S. government ims allotliul Jtl.r.no.One for PHiablishtii'Mit of schools for children near munition plant Kire destroyed a vacant building at Hurritigum. near CUicugo i Highlands, doing $10o,in>ii lUimnce. iKrom Hiir Own l'orrcsi>endent> Kornmost, Oct. 28.-Tlie medlcnl examination of tho children attending 'Krcraest consolidated school took place, laat woek In nceonlnnee with the new law respecting medlc.nl oxamln-ation of children attending rural schools. Tho results are gratifying to a degree, mid compnru vory favorably with the city schools. Thoso showing defects in vision were only 5 per cent, which Is somewhat below the cities, but may he accounted for by the fact thnt proper optical instrutrients wer� not available. The children having defective teeth totalled fi'J per cent; defective In throat per cent; defective ear f> per cent. While 17.5 per cent showed no defects. The ubovn is very significant; yet more striking still is the fact that 62.5 per rent, reported having had measles; 42.5 per cent, whooping cough; 30 per cent, scarlet fever, mid 4t> per cent. wer� not vaccinated. We congratulate New Bruns-i wick for Inaugurating a deportment of health and a law tlint requires two examinations n year. May Alberta soon step Into line and catch the stride. In tun meantime may the_ parents tukT advantage of these examinations for in the words of Or. Whltlnw. M.H.O.. tot Edmonton: "To prevent a rhllrt | from becoming deaf, blind, crippled or lacier} , otheirwiae deficient, mentally or physically is an useful as In prevent it from having scarlet fever." No further issues of the Yale Dally \ Tr- I""1"- Seaman received word News, the university publication, are 1 Sunday last thnt his son George who to be made until after the war � lott lMl January for France, had eeon J_ \ admitted to the hospital wounded. llenjamin Bowman, the farmer M.I', i Mr. and Mrs. A. Rutherford motoje.l l\ elected in Manltoulln. Ont , Is al to the "Hut" on Saturday last whore Mennonfte j Mrs. Rutherford entrained for Me|- - ville. SBsk., where their home is. in Inspector Samuel Dickson has been , anticipation of the return of their appointed deputy chief ot police at ; son who has been wounded at the front J and Is being Invalided home. I Mrs. II. B. Hunt who has been on a - trip East visiting In Toronto and oth-is the latest candidate [ or Ontario points, returned home on CHARACTER IN THE HOME PIANO is just as attractive in its way, as is character in the home itself, and lack of it is unfortunate in either. t THE HIGH GRADE LINE OF INSTRUMENT* in MASON & RISCH STORES nre distinguished examples of pianos ot character. They tell their own story so .well that we invite yo� to come and sec them, Investigate them, bear than, rathct Hum r�ad about taem. A champion In the bargain line came to u* yaatentey In part payment far a naw MM> on A Rlaeh Player Plan�i Ma a Plank 4 Co. Piano-an In-, trument worthy of tha man-ey asked and we'll maka |aad this claim to yeur full aat-(faction. If* youra for $215 MASON & BALMORAL BLOCK RISCH LIMITED FIFTH ST. S. LlTHimOQI Toronto. Inspector Kobt. UeJdes be conies assistant deputy. I W. II. Shaw is the latest i mentioned for the Toronto mayoral-' ty. The list now Include* Joseph Oll-i ver. Thomas Koster and U. H. Cameron. | ('has P. Hotchkiss. publicity com-i mlssloner for the province ot Alberta, | Is leavin;; the end of this month on jan extended leave of absence for (.'nll-i torn la. i With ill* approval of the emperor. !the Japanese Red Oross has awarded ! Col. Theodore Roosevelt a medal of 1 honor. Crnnbrook for some time, home on Friday's train. The "Spanish Klu" nrrired in on Wednesday and has caused quite a disruption. In consequence a Red Cross sale which was to be held on-| Tuesday Is postponed, the date will be j announced later. The public schools | are dosed till further nottee. The cun,lnv 1 church services nre withdrawn for Mr. Thomas Owen, who was former-1 S,,n'la>- ""Jjr three rases are reported Iv h Foremostite. now of Lethbrmgc. i "* ifl,?"* :i tour townships, will lowing but there is no ill '-is! e;ir'� tUlll'es WOODROW WANTS TO BE ON MAP Some towns do love publicity. Here Is a sample that tak"s the prl'.e; ;: is from the Regina Leader Sir,-I noticed in your i-sue of th* 16th a referenece to "Provincial Police are active among bootleggers here," | which goes ou to state that a certain : gentleman was tried at La Fterhe on a charge of bringing liquor into Can-' ada from the I.'nited States, eti-. As a matter of fact this gentleman was fined In coticx in the town of Wood row. My only interns: in this matter is that Woodrow Is Woodrow (not an adjunct of any other towru and is a town separate from any other as your circulation department knows or should know--and 1 live In Woodrow In tho fullest icnse of that expression , Thanking you for this opportunity! to place my town b"Tore you. I am. ] WOQDROWITB. ; Evidently Woodrow wants it to be j known that it Is a port of entry for-] booze. It would soon Increase a hnn- j dred fold In population i( the. thirsts i of Western Canada were all certain | that they could be quenched by taking j up their abode there. he � as considering it* cr-.c- i 1 re. .ml la.-* year V,: .\.ii.-n!ie,,d. manager -,.f le ,iv. - l.amb�r yard at Kir. aUy. in lS.ii'oii^ over tli.. week end. Certainly .1 Dirt/ Case i A e.irty c: th-ft o--iur:- ,1 la>; n;.;;U ..l"�u?. three mllt-s east nf town. t I'.-te R:ismus.-�n had the- misfortune I :o break an axle while ou! motoring ', in the afternoon and was compelled ' to leave his ear ou the roadside. When I 1:,. went out this morning to bring it in he di^i-ovi.-.I th.;it someone had i ripp-d nut all the moveable parts of the car and t.ik-n them, together with I all 'imls and .ucessories. one wheel I complete mid an extra inner lube. ; Mr. rfcou To.Id, one of the local barbers, and .M:-.s Hazel Munson were ! married on Wednesday. A team ami wagon belonging tn R. S. Taylor and driven by a man named Thompson wan struck by ii freight � train at the south crossing this, morn-; ing about 11 o'clock. The wagon was smashed to p:e,-es. one of the horses killed and othe other injured, but the driver seems to have t�rb. A concrete example; On* half mile north of town we bar* a atatp coulee; thc hill Is long and steep, Every farmer living north must olimb thai* hills coming Into town. Every load of grain, every load of liogi. etc.. from the north hauled Into town and every load ot coal, lumber, etc., hauled out must pass over those hills; and yet not five minutes work has been put on tals road since the great ruib of tprlng water on Its way to the coulee bottom washed great rttts. holes, and ditches, leaving the stone* high and pointed above thc road surface. It I* nothing teas than cruelty to bona*, unpatriotic, and a great waste to leave a road auch as this In such a condition. We wonder If the money collected for automobile licenses in this district has heen expended on the roads In this district. However * few dollars and a llttl* time spent on these hills thta fall will save days and dollars in in* spring to ituy nothing about the toropar and feeling of those who will have to travel over this road in the sprint. Kosthern, won epslakes prize Exposition at Pte. Earl Casp.-.1. -un uf Win. Cas- ! pell. Cayley, who was first reported nils-dug. has since le-en reported kill- 1 ed in action. Many laborers are beini; imported -tate.-, ffi relieve hii.or farms diii Puerto Ricp1 into the southern ' shortage on the Captain Unite. }(., been in the CP ( > ' ] died of influenza THE 8ACRIFICE3 OP Ol>R MEN Hon. Rodolphe Lenxieux's only son, a boy of twenty, gave up his life in Trance. As he lay on a hospital bed, ha sent this message borne, through his chaplain, "Tell them I did my duty," and to his nurBe he Bald, "Give mother my love; tell her 1 have done a man's part." And Indeed the lad had dQne his duty, and he did play the man's part. We have Io-s*. many young lives in the war, but like that of young Lomleux (hoy ended gloriously, responding to duty and playing the man. The spirit of our Canadian men, overseas, should shame those ot us living at home in comfort and peace. Jiera la a letter written by Major Austen Rett, a graduate of the School of Science, Toronto, who enlisted an u aapper in the second Field Company, 'Canadian Engineers, in 1914, won promotion to the rank of major and suffered the loss of both feet and his The, safest and mo,st profitable savings account today-Victory bonds. You will bo in a conspicuous minority next week if you are not wearlns a Victory bond button. When It comes to parade*, the llo-tarlanB don't need any tips from Ham um and Bailey. You can't drop a bomb on Rerlln, but your Victory bond might buy the. bomb that gets there first. You can't beat a bully by talking to blm. You've got to smash Mm. c,m your blow In on the Hun bully by buying a Victory Bond. I keeping open and business, is carried I woman I on as nun 1 j On Sunday, o.-i -f $:;i)rt .nfiscuicd hen be -ara Falls churged 1 or into Canada. ^ \ nicy of Rruce.brldge, ; .iy fur the Thanks- ; u visit hi-i father, 1 tinl pneumonia. I i.ier and an American ' �I Si\: curl'. :m How1 or asoaultlng a color- j as talking to u white i Mind your eye! ABU Gjdarts at your eye. _Youreyoclo- _ scs-before you think. Reflex action. Your eye telegraphs to your brain "Bug coming!" Your brain flashes back "Clo^c up!" You aren't conscious of the exchange of messages-but your eyelids close. Force of habit protects you. Habit and reflex action save time and effort in'numberless ways, and keep your brain clear for the real problem. The Toronto police threaten to strike it tii'i com.iiissionors curry out their order re'inug, uh u resulL of the inquiry into 'lie riots, Constable Hills, the secretary of the union. There that Col. Ottawa. The war Ii not over yet. Tlie Hnn is not beaten. Only bombs and bonds will.do, it. If you can't fire a bomb buy a bo>�, On charges of selling lamb In ex-eesR of the fair price, 2H4 butcher* in New York State will be tried by the Food Hoard. Pte. W. D. McKay, former publisher of the Aldemon, Alia., N'owh, ha* been wounded In action. � � i-'runfc belief at Ottawa John S Thompson, K.C., of ("i nf :he. late Sir John Thompson, fonner premier ot Canadu, arid at present overseas, will succeed IVArcy Scon on thc railway comrnig-hIoh. A few lioui-rt ;,fter a cuhlo wan received announcing ti1e iloath In Kng-land from pneumonia following Spun-i�h influenza of pte. George K. Till-ff>n, son of Mrs Marlon Tlllson, l/on-don, a brother, Norman F. Tlllson get the guarantee of support for the , died from the Karoo cflllg, Jnto Monday UniTlf. , in. m'niuaa.a r,t M.inn ___U - i_i_. ' dame, "i ho managers of Orion church went over to ManyborriftR on tho evening or the 24th to dlsfUHs .with..the church managern and members tho above fiuestlon of the ministerial call. Several farmer.t In this dUtrlct are digging their own coal. Some are digging in tho Forly-Milo Coulee and others nre iiouth-naxt of ManyhnrrloB. In forty-eight .vein's fire Insurance lo.vsftfc paid in Canada were $272*241,-IM5. Violation of food regulations e,au�ed the (lowing of the Mlnne�ola Club, in Hi: l'aul. night. Refused enlistment In the U.S. army on account of dependents, Itev. (J. W. J.utz, Pcnnalioro, Fa., i� working 12 hours a day in a CheBtcr Hbipyard, In addition to preaching In three cliurcheB every Sunday. .lumen l.nrklii. H radical Irish'speak. �r now In Xew York, who Iiiih boon forblddan to re-enttif Mritish territory, has been uotlflbd of his nomination by tho Irish Labor and SociallBt move-moni �^ candidntu for Patllamont ftVom Hie Harbor division of Dublin, Habit, (or example, >.�Is iIk- hour when ihe ilelic.ile departments nl your its-g^stioii combine in a cuprrme reflex r.c'ion to tiu�r your liowHs, >.'ujol c'.iltivatfM tb'-i li'diit. Ii" I'.try inovi' jrijnlir'v n'l von Lnow in thai you I .-el v.r',1. If t!:rv ('.�)!'; nr.-.-.- rev^u'iirly, ym I it-'.In: liai.it ha* I .lied. '1 llB Jnoil V l.irgc in'-ciine oni, w''.hh a--*. ab*iirltctl tutu your 1 '.noil.- -,1 c.i'-.'il all over y:-ur body. Your nr-stf ort w ill be mr re difficult s:iil ^ �i,ii the bid habit of coustipn-'.ion v,'::i be e�tr.bH�UeU. The gowt lmbit (�f regf.larlty i* replaced by tho Iml liabii oi irregularity-rettrjcaction H paraly/.tU, anu the wa� ten. , ilec'ivs ,t;:ui'.e� in your ( t'ClH-rillCS JHJl- � wa�io accumula- fi�tauce \t> tlie rlogging of the intr�-ti:ie*. tton'l wait until you'r* "*lck" to start. Nnjol night and morning will she you .1 rclle* ociiou n*"ngv* l.\r an tloicwor'-," He a* prgud of yotiri-nii'leclran.iness as yonl are of a clean face and clean teeth. J'iiN, p:irg.itlvnnineral w� (art, ��lt� cuter oil ii nil otbci o�tharUc*, mtlus -nf| cauM strain. They IncrwM oon-itipatlou. Nnjol aeU ea�ily, lutw l