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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page FOUR THE LETHBRIDGK OAll.Y HKRM.D TL'ESDAT. OCTOBER 29, 1918 - ^IctbbrijOge, Hlberta liV; DAILY AND WKCKLV PnpAfn and Publithtnt THB LCTKaiRiDQC HERALD PRINT- INO'OQMPANV, LIMITED ' W mi .ftrMt tauth, LethbrldBt , W. A. Buohanan . mtKlaat aaA UaaacioK DlreetoT Ma Tomaoa   Bualoati M^nacar tialaaaa BtttoHal TILWHONM Otflea .......... Otttea .......... ubaerlptlan Ratoai MIf, aaUTared. par waak .,., liiUy, dallverad, par yaar .....t�.M s^IlaUy, by iurU, per year ...... WaaUy, by mall, par yaar ;---ji-*J Waakly, by mail, par yaar to n.8..|J.�* patai ot axplry of aubiorlpaoBa ar �aar daily oa addraa* labal. Auaaf I-�aa 6t papara lite. expIraUwa oata Ik ttmi jittUio.rlty to contlnua Uia lob-(oiiptloa. 1.FIVE HUNDRED DOLLAR VJCTDRY BOND VyiLL: y . : Buy 500 overseas caps, or, : 63 blankeis, or, 1 field wiVel^cs radio outfit, or, 4 army iwagona, oc 4 automatic rifles, or, 5 cases of surgical instruments, or 2 heavy machine guns, or, .4 automatic rifles. Tf^E PROGRESS OF THE WAR Tlie iiewspapers of England are accepting Austria's reply to Wilson as an unconditional surrender, and ei-pBCt the-Austrian leaders now to go ^Ith the white flag to Italian head-�quarters when terms can be dictated. This would leave Germany entirely isolated, the*point out, and open to attack by the Italians from the Austrian aide. Czechs are demanding the removal of Austro-German troops form their territory in Austria-Hungary, and threaten open rerolt In the alter-uatlye. The Italians in their great new , *rlve, aided by British and French, j have crossed the Piave, and have liberated several villages and a considerable area from Austro-Oerman clutches. Geiieral Bebenny's army In north-arn France is rapidly closing in on i Guise, >north-east of St. Quentin. I AM PUBUC OPINION (Adapted from a U. S. Liberty Loan Advt.) All men fear me! I declare that Canada shall not go to her l\vn CorresDondent) Barons, Oct. L'S,-Di-, \VaI!win'.haUeng9. The Stewart gov-erinaent has made good; there Is very .little erltiolsm of the new premier and his aotions. Red Deer's verdict is o pronounced that nobody can question that the Stewart government is etroBg with the people. liei Deer, a tormer opposition, seat, gives a huge majority to the government candidate. .personally we regert that Mr. Gal-tralth could not have be*n the new Biemier for. Red Deer, but we must oonfesi, ha'did not adopt the right course, in order to win favor. Had he run as a straight independent he tnlght have been elected without opposition, but the introduction of the Unionist issue into Provincial affairs, waa bound" to arouse the bitterest opposition and consequent defeat. right eye at the battle of Amiens: Xo. S Gen. Hospital. Rouen. Aug. IS, 191S. Well. I suppose you have already heard that I got hit again, and rSther badly this time, but don't worry, as I am coming along O.K. A shell landed right in under me. and now 1 am minus two feet and my right eye. but outside of that I am O.K. The stumps are a little painful yet in the dressings. The eye gives me no pain at all. Address correspondence to unit as before. Expect 1 shall go to .England as soon as temperature goes to normal. Sticks pretty steady at 100 just now. Have kept on deck through it all, and as condition counts, I am good for any old race. It all happened on the 8th. We sure gave the Hun a push back that day. It was a real show, thpugh I got knocked out just after the beginning. With love to all. AUSTIN-. And yet we have some men, who refuse to subscribe to the Red Cross and Victory loan and who deep in ) their hearts hate the war because it means extra taxation. Men ot that type should be taken out and shot. They are traitors to Canada and to these brave fellows, who gave up life and limbs and sight to maintain liberty and justice in the world. THE SACRIFICES OP Ol>R -MEN Hon. Rodolphe l/czaleux's only sea, a boy ot twenty, gave up his life in France. As he lay on a hospital bed, be aefit this message home, through his chaplain, "Tail them I did my duty," and to his nurse he said, "Give mother my love;'tell her I have done a man's part." And indeed the lad had dQne his duty, and he did play the man's part. We have lost many young lives In tie war, but Iflce that ot young lAimlcus they ended glori-ouBly, responding to duty and playing the man. The apirit of our Cana(|ian men, �overseas, should shame those ot us {living at home in comfort and peace. Her^ is a letter written by Major Austen pell, a graduate ot the School of Science, Toronto, who enlisted as a jsapper In the secpnd Field Company, ''Canadian, Engineers, in 1914, won promotion to the rank of major and suf-i^reii the loss of both feet and his WOODROW WANTS TO. BE ON MAP Some towns do love publicity. Here is a sample that takes the prize; it is from the Hegina Leader: : Sir,-I noticed in your issue of the 16th a reterenece to "Provincial Police are active among bootleggers here," which goes on to state that a certain gentleman was tried at La Fleche on a charge of bringing liquor into Canada from the United Stales, etc. As a matter of fact this gentleman was fined In couct in the town of Woodrow. My only interest in this matter is that Woodrow is Woodrow (not an adjunct of any other tow^n) and is a town separate from any other as your circulation department knows or should know-and I live in Woodrow in the fullest sense of that expression. Thanking you for this opportunity to place my town' beTore you, 1 am, WOQDROWITE. Evidently .Woodrow wants it to be knowil that it is a port of entry for> booze. It would soon increase a hundred fold in population it the thirsts ot Western Canada were all certain that they could be quenched by^ taking np their abode there. on the public highway. On arrival ai .Antiumplie's house the constable was met at the door by the accused armed s\kh a poker with which he threalened dire pimi.siimeiit on the hapless officer of tile liiw in the event ot that gentlemen attempting an arrest. The constable then called Stan. Welsh, who was with him to his.assistance. Antiumptie was rushed and disarmed but offered resolute resistance when his captors tried to drag him to their waiting automobile. Wheo they finally got him there they had to haul him into town halt in and half out of the car. Antiumptie was brought before Magistrate Welsh but refused to speak and he is now cooling his toes in the cell at the police station, to appear before the magistrate again today. Bootlegger Fined On Saturday Ben Keller was fined JiOft for bootleggin.g. Mrs. A. C, Freeman on Sunday presented her iiusband with a^ son and heir. Mrs. K. J. Moiids was taken suddenly ill on Fi-iday morning and was rushed to Gait Hospital, Lethbridge, in a rather critical condition. Two cases of diphtheria have developed in town, but for some indefinable reason the families concerned have not been quarantined. The Victory Loan campaign started this morning with Mr. G. B. Moir and M.-. E. R. Popham as canvassers. It is expected that the district, although it only comprises four townships, will make a good showing but there is no hope of reaching last year's figures. Baroiis district, considering its size, created a record last year. .Mr. Aikenhead, manager ot the Beaver- Lumber yard at Kircaldy. was in.Barons over the week end. Certainly a Dirty Case .A. dirty case of theft occurred last night about three miles east ot town. Pete Rasmussen had the misfortune lo break an axle while out motoring in the afternoon and was compelled to leave his car on the roadside. When he went out this morning to bring it in he discovered that someone had j-ipped out all the moveable parts of the car and taken them, together with all tools and accessories, one wheel j complete and an extra inner tube. Mr. Scott Todd, one 6t the local barbers, and Miss Hazel Munson were married on Wednesday. A team and wagon belonging to R. S. Taylor and driven by a man named Thompson was struck by a freight train at the south crossing this morning- about 11 o'clock. The wagon was smashed lo piece.s, one ot the horses killed and othe other injured, but the I driver seems to have escaped with a I few bruises. He was luiconscious when i picked up but regained consciousness � in a few minutes and did not appear to be dangerously hurt. Take the Helm from -Wnihelm. Buy a Victory bond. The way to be popular today-wear a mask and buy a Victory bond. The safest and mo^t profitable savings account today-Victory bonds. You will be in a conspicuous minority next week if you are not wearing a Victory bond buttoe. When It comes to parades, the Ro-.tarlans don't need any tips from Barn-um and Bailey, You can't drop a bomb on Berlin, but your Victory bond might buy the bomb that gets there first. Tou can't-beat a bully by talking to him. You've goi to' smash' him. Got your blow in on the Hun bully by buying a Victory Bond. The war is not over yet. The Hun Is not beaten. Only bombs and bonds will.do.,_lt. If you can't fire a bomb buy a bdai^. On charges of selling Umb in excess of the fair price, 234 butchers in New York State will be tried by Uie Food Board. Pte. -W. D. McKay, tormer publisher ot the Alderson, Alta., News, has been wounded in action. mmmm fFrom Our Ovi-n CMrresnondpnti Orion. Oct. L'.'.-Today we have Die first fail of .snow, tliis will be a great help in the shape of moisture which is needed in liiis district. Orion seems to be escaping tiie "Flu". The Consolidated school i.s keeping open and business is carried on as usual, . , On Sunday, Oct. 'JOth the lairt ot the Kvangelistic services were held in the | Union cliurch by tlie Rev. il. C.I Woods. The attendance was very ! good, both afternoon and evening. On j Monday evening the congregation at- j tended to talte part in the business oft the church The first part of the I meeting wa.s taken up with the mem-1 bership roil, and the election of eld-; ers. The member.ihip as the result i of special service.s is increased lo .=i4. ' The eiders elected were, S. Eggieston. ! Jas. Jackson and ^V. J. Peck. Elec- ' tions for the managing board wore | also made. The members ' of the church think that the time has come for securing an ordained minlHter for j this district, and a vigorous canvass- ' ing campaign in being carried on to get the fruarantee ot support for the same. The managers ot Orion church went over to Manyberrles'o'n'the evening of the 24th to dlspuHs .with,-the church managers and members the above question of the ministerial call. Several farmer.^ in this district are digging their own coal. Some 'are digging in the Forty-Mile Coulee and others are .'jouth-east ot Manyberries. In forlj'-eiglit yntini fire insurance losses paid in Canada were |272.,241,-945. Violation of food regulations- caused the closing of the Minnesota Club, in Sr. Paul. Eddie Piggott, a former well known Canadian entertainer, is dead. Mrs. F. W. Lane, niece of Sir V.'m. Otter, died at Holland Landing, Out. Mountain Mill Red Cross raised $3J2,2B last year. The membership was only nine. � Stewirt Graham, ot Calgavy. assist ant general manager ot the Ford Co., for Alberta, died at Edmonton. Saloons in the United States can no longer serve cheese at free lunch counters. W. .\. Tail, sales manager ot -Ash-j down's, Calgary, is dead. He came ' from iCampbellford, Ont. J. B. .Meacham, member ot ah old lime Belleville family, died in Toronto. Residents of the various Indian reservations in tbe U.S. have subscribed for $20,000,00\) ot Liberty Bonds. The U. S. government has allotted $2,500,000 for establishmeni ot schools for children near munition plants. Kire dejslroyed a vncanl factary building at Barrington, near Chicago Highlands, doing |100,000 damage. Xo further issues of ihe Yale Daily News, the university publication, are to be made until ajter the war. Benjamin Bowman, the farmer M.P. P. elected in Manltoulln, Ont., is a" Mennonite. Inspector Samuel Dickson has been appointed deputy chief ot police at Toronto. Inspector Robt. Geddes becomes assistant deputy. W. H. Shaw is the latest candidate mentioned for the Toronto mayoralty. The list now includes Joseph Oliver, Thomas Foster and R. H. Cameron. Chas. S. Hotchklss, publicity commissioner for the province of Alberta, is leaving the eiid of this month on an extended leaveof absence for California. :.; With the approval ot the emperor, the Japanese Red Gross has awarded Goi. Theodore Roosevelt a medal of honor. ads in thin district. However a few doUara and a little time spent on these bills thia tall will save days and^oijarf in tbf spring to say nothing about the temper and (sel-ing of those who will b^vo to travel over this road in the spring- Mind your eye! A B U G 'darts at your eye. Yoar eye clo-jLjl ses-before you think. Reflex action. Your eye telegraphs to your brain "Bug coming!" Yout brain flashes back "Cloe 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 rea/ problem. I labit, (or example, sets the hour when Hie delicate departments of your digestion combine in a supreme reflex nc'-ion to move your bowels, Nujpl (�ullivatcB that Inbit. If Ihey move reguleriv nil you know ii* tliat you feel -ivcl'l. If tlicy ilon'l move regiii.-irly, j"M i.vori' hal)it has f.iilcd. 'i'lie food v.'.-i-.'.e *:'..ig:ia;e.s in your la.-gc iiit.^sliue, deciys, generates poi-.'ohs, are ab-i'drhcd into your Iijood f.mS cs'-ieil ail o\-cr your body. Your nentf-^ort will be more difficult -.in J aooii tlae bad habit of constipn-lioti v.'iil be,est;;b]ished, The good habit of refrt-larlty is Tcplacea by the i)ad ! ial)i t of i rrejriiUrlly-reflex action i.^ paralr7.<: