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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR 11 IK LKTUHnTDCiK PAU.T TIbe lethbttboe 1f3cvalb Xctbbr^oe, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WIBKVY TAKE THE LOAN. - Proprietor* and Publish*!* THi LITHBRIDQC H1RALO PRINT. INO COMPANY, UNITED H� *th Street South, Lethbrldts W. A. �uoharmn rmllut and Managing Director Iran Torrano* -  Business Mui�i*i TSLP.PHONO Business Oftlcs .......... MJtorta) OMlc........... isn UM Subscription KsWn; Baity, delivered, per week ir.,� Dally, delivered, per year .....II.** Dally, by mall, rer year ...... Weekly, by mall, per yeer .....tlM Weekly, by mall, par year to O.S.Il.S* Datee or expiry ot subscriptions Mar dally on address label. -Accept-met ot paper* rite axplratiia data Is ear authority to continue tea �ua-seriptlo*. PUT PATRIOTISM FIRST. May I ask you, in crdtr -.^ wm. will you put your patrictism before everything Put your patriotism before your profits, will you? I know a man cm make profits at this period as honestly as he can at any period of the world's history. But there Is one very strange and quality attached to all the profits you make today, and this is it. All your profits m.-,o> today, men. .ire blood-bcunht. is the message that I brave with yiu from the line-all your profits are blood-toujht. They are bought with the blcjd of lives. Look here-is it right that one man should gUe his son to die that another man should selfishly grow r>ch in the snelter of t'ie first man's sacrifice." Is It right, America. I do not lay anything about your getting your profits but I do say this-for God's sake. America, use them rightly, use them rightly. They are bought with the blood of men, not of distant Englishmen, or distant Frenchmen, but they are bought- today it Is coming nearer-they ee bought with the blood also ef American boys, not boye ef dls-tar.t states-it is coming nearer- your own state, your own town, aye, the boys that worshipped In your church, pasted through your schools, curly-headed lad* that played In your streets, boys, per. hap*, of your own homes, who have gripped your hand* and laughed In your face*-it 1$ their blood and their sacrifice, that make* It possible for profit* to be made in this country today. Put your patriotism before your profits, play the game. America: hurry up, America, I know you will, t know you will. And I know that when this great nat ladies of the land. As ye love the gallant band Whi have drawn a soldier's brand. Take, the loan! Who would brine th-un what she. could. Who would Rive the so', lier (pod. i Who would staunch her l-roth- r'.:: ! blood. ! Take fh'' loan ' All whr> s.iw he:- ho-t* pas: .�> AH wiio joined fa,, pariim: ci>. When we 'h�:;i or die. ; T.ik- th- loa;:' ! And ye w:.�he 1 j j-  lumpl! then. As ye hope to t1:*" ' a-;.on. , .'And to ni-11 \ ;r ca/e .is men. ! Take- th" loan! I 'Who would pre^s t.'.e appeal Of our ranks of .i�rr:--! loan ei it C e div: herd, v.r and S.i': fury r,. ! '�01. cm-. Tl;e Victory so! In. order bv Victor StubbltiKs, iM'.ll. dcsptitehor, Ker.lnn. died of lufluouzii. Ilroekvillp Home* Building Co. �will erect eleven dwelling-* �-1 !d '-1 I- '! .1. Shop- o:i I'r day - :-.'ry inhu Kx-Comrollor W c. lialley, prom- \n 1 i ,i'.',l>- Im-nt citizen of Hamilton, died suil- �is:.-.',. and letily. "> Thus. Sloan, town councillor antS � 'v:: �:.:. prominent Orangeman ot r-mith Falls, :� ! H W.i ':' - -.IO~-'.b TO A G000 START -itf-s man .\r ! has opr' " 1 m ht'.'sit'.e-s np'th � i- U> : -iM ;- ,'A ;r li::s met with - .:if;,i-' -v. tii'ism. He :- a:::!'!': isn't run ye;. d�'sp::*'  , g-r an ! I he baron-! It is fair to 1! .hasn't the ��.';'i-d h-'.i-i .,: :- �;ilt a r�- ..: .. i Had if not dar'r-n- I'.:.-uir'i .-  ;:'' '. >.:; 'vi re iTit: 1�rti  :  r ; e I a lirre iitary :.! :: r: Iawa*K�nod '".ital.i � -h '� i \hf '.op in pu! t''. and h;- eor.r-- : 1 (Ki'em Our Own t'drrrsp,indent) Magrath, Get. 'J!V -Mnpralh canvassers got nway to a ttood start on Monday mornlns for the Victory Loan. A meeting of the executive and canvns-30rs was hold In the town hall on Saturday evening. Mayor Heniem was in charge, he being the chairman-of llio osecutlvr. He explained the work thoroughly to the ennvassers. and wants all to do theiv best in ralsinr, , tha qitotii. The distrlets were at-i raiiRed and two canvassers unpointed I for oseti illstrbt. The etimmillee will be somewhat handii apped on account of the slihuess ' a number of homes bclns quarantined for the 'tin. Chair-^bunion former principal of! man Uenlon cautioned the canvassers re-it wc'th public school, died at i In retard to this malady and said the ' 11 iTlston verv best judgment must be used by �' ' ' __ I them Two sp.....-lies by Sir Thomas !,!,.,, ,{ i> j||ll�..t.l. son ot the tatoj Whit", on f,,. Vietrola. "To the l'eo-' i'.v' 1; \Y Miilyivd of �" ">f I'oinmons unop-, Death claimed its fust victim in ' ,.,,;.�,] for South Shields . 'own as n result ot the 'Hit on Tiles- day afternoon, when Adelliart Chris-'l'lo euiire hue ot th-' C.rand Trunk teuson, l-l-year-o',d ,s ai of Mr. and !'i i(ic in t'.ritish I'oiuuiItU is heito; Mrs. Chris l";iri--ieiiM>� hi."- play-!  c -v ciir.tes to i'� aid I' 's a privately mates. The .sympathy ot the people : � Led concern  goes out to the bereaved parents. j .' P. Shaw, form- r M I' P.. for Knm-'."t-kat.'hewaii. where he has bought a i.ii'Ko farm. BOOZE AT BOW ISLANO Tlie Home Attractive Youv good judgment plus our knowledge, with a moderate expense will place a splendid piano in your home. The charm of a good piano in tlie family circle adds untold advantages to the daily life. The Mason & Risch Piano-equal of any piano built in any country in the. world-adds the greatest charm. Our biiilness is lo hrdp make homes mnro attractive -our pianos make this nn easy task. Our Exchanoo Department has recently taken into stock a small Henry Herbert Studio piano in mission oak, In exchanoo for a Player-Piano. It is nearly new nnd would grace any drawing room. We are nGkinrj (fcOOC AA for this in- �>J&3�UU atrument, with bench to match. It will pay you to call and examine this piano. EASY PAYMENT PLAN MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHDRIOGE I'diy per. c ;ii of the rural coal : . t ton:, - 'i.t: eh'arfte sham said the li.jiMr ,),. ,|,.,,.,. /.,ma,,i,iA ,, , .eording to tl.0 "rta^!rL';i','r''W'" S:',,'r'U>' ,""ar,: ^'"'I'o'i' :;f lllesr'. pli^ci unstable, deposod that however, cider in Kduk's pndSUHHlnn had been \ mceivcr ..   :o;i- i >h'p in b-^ ra' of ^ n.� !i- t.. :r'\ �. '. yarn old. h.i* '' i..� onlv � >:t it, 'war. and i\.u r,'. - !::,. t,(:-and meaey ti .i. !;.* a-.! .'he^.-trt.r  o'.d.lors. t,u: :; v* rri'i-' . : | khiki Cstiadiar.* ni:!�: !- �.- : 'Sternly the ataahoed of t!;.- m... : Country t� tw-m* "VoaVil" for ' army. M , mijfht at 'eat' x;'.:�:e :-i ..('. In Victory Viands .ind ! i tereat. - !nT^!w t'"'." '!""'"""'"; , tj, firmer y of |,.rent,, has ac.holl.4, tt-h,., ,,, ,.(,ns,.lh,, ,i:, r. the ,.,11 to ft,, c. utral ' oiirh- ,.,| him ;,,,, ,,.,,,. ,,,, ;u.r,,. imprlsonmetu: r,i 'ho'jf fhe tijiHon t n flii". j !"' ''n Tliur-d.iy of last we' k Chiirlev pt- Koi'.ir. of tt;e lit'. Cafe. Ib.w Island st a'f , ."'.if. .:.� -'ft. i. vnh of Abr- Hay. HI'., which �iil haie a eapoity of ^"o tons daily.' I.:-u* Charles it. Taylor, -Calgary.: h,s h.-i ' lluilfOn'H Bay Co., Mae-i on a similar charge to | lend, wtis killed In uetton. I DEMAND AN UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER i Acrosn the line tlie p.. |,:,- .ire .]e I ternrtned to *tay In the w.�r un'll j tbero hi an tinrondtt.'nnal -urr.rd'.' j Cincinnati, llko St. .I.onM. ti- for. the war. was half (lirraun c'ltuir.-inatl will nevrr "again bo (" say* the Conin:-r Trilmne of that city. Telling of th- w-th which the publication of r.-e-i.i.r.-; Wilson's las', note w,is .f*;.".-.'. in i>u> icily, it say.-- 'Cai4en-: t.:it'- an.--i wer and with grim Uc.-s a:.d ; ..i -: gave the American answ-r. ,no'. be peaeo; it muv. be un- �: rurrender'." .,'t|' '. ir r,. d. a; � . .yr iir.y ::,n. ;;i',i-:i.-'i Tile 111!:. m i.elV i- .:> :�� - - e,ej; I "Kin' VlctirtjK In Hogi'im Inelude Jon-; , : I>h ltag({liloy. |ms; president o' the 1 ll.-leij.iycji: jKlloi). .mW James M. Ilos.s, j a r. spuuitfaf th" . ity ror :'.4 years, and , , ,,, ' . at tli�> itruve. * :i.iVe bi-on i: ol -' ::i :.riv of t.o Tit- If;!. �dst on � �� i th Hi I THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Tha allied war council it i= now announced, has agreed on ibe ttrtus of armistice which they will demand of Germany, anil these ternia are now being submitted to the military chiefs. It Is reported that chief among the terms will'be the surrender of the Gorman navy and mbmanne-. and the occupation by the allies of all fortified posts along the Rhine. Progress Is further reported on the Italian front, and many more prisoner!) have been taken form the Austri-tns The Belgian war office also reports progress by the allies in Flanders. Buy a bond and hamh !!- 1 V Over the top for Leihbrid*' Tike the war Rf-.-m out of (J.-rtnany with a Victory liond. of the Mtno dWeriiM! a few day* follow-, in,: her haiband'a death. j The new Columbia gralt. ; cop is cciiuiiiK into the governmunt i levator at Vancouver. Over Inn.mi" husUels of wU'-at antl oata have been . r-i'eivi d iu ih- pa�t two weeks. I Sir Willi.i:n M.arst il^es. not credit , she defeat of the government randl-  bites it; Jliuiit'iulln to ititisutli'factliin ..'H ta- pr.--.-nt Ontario gavern-in-nt. bat t" the op|M>! e must never vote on any measure v.i'a out the order o! tlie orstitiliii'i'.f..' That sounds very ibik1: i'k- a m;l-| chine operated member. Denver soldierJ. serving at the hut-: tie front, will le-.rn who of tho.-e at home subs'-ribed to liie fouith I.iber'y Loan. Lists of bond buyers are to lie sent to every Denver unit in Krance. It might, be well t> do the .-am.- in1 Letbbridge. It would lei the hoys over there know who were their real backers at home 1 "I am emphatically one of those who believe that 'his war sho-ild be ta'.en Into Germany. I believe t:.a; 'he a' i fllctiona which fiermaiiy 1,-.., limited upon other nations should n- ..isn,-,! on Germany. I believe thai :t U iin-only way in which Germany e;,,, i,.. cured ol the disease that now aiUbt-h�r."-Henry Morgentliau, l'or:u-i-American Ambassador i.i Tnrlev. W.--b-. rail. ')..: ' ::: :� :���' - 1 � � '-!>'�!  bill,I..a ,!:!:.� Dickson, a graduate In university, has been ant putheologist of the lie having saved tj^ius-of potatoes in Krance ah sprays. A lllair, for -even years  ; 'he Viincauver board of I..  �:> appointed by the pro �'iMiieiii tfi the Important � ary to the recently up-':.' general for Iirltish Co- !...:.don. ' . ii; - ,  a'! in al .I:!;-. .\!.-\>r. of .\'i;w Vurk, Is pres-' -i iili-bf of S to '..!>-formetl ranehing ani trf 1 if  ..: �i!i:!,:,nv at High River, with' : 'laa1 ..r 5 1.000,000. The Walter :,ooh est of High River, re-'� ok/f: for ihe syndicate by I>, liir:. , a.ll !,�. the nticlnilH of the com-' ./!)>' iipera'iiuitl. Mr. e Ol l'l ^i'niv: 'he be -.a. at ' iu th:.. .-..-I.-A! >� :�. . I.-.:..| ' I � II ,i t o! ' o.:';: \nti:i-: i: iv:to-i that i ii-, �... � t .-to..- .'-"Utile, j, HI'iTI! Tin- e,\, . .,,,,.nt telegraph lines Jn ! iortlo-n: A'.In rta will be taken over: by 'be ,-,nd the K I>. and B.C.; iav fjio rurifi to Hudson's Hop;' - l ;�:.:>.' r ;rom ICdmonton lo Peace! Itiv-r. and �,i,inde Prairie. The let-: , ter v. II r... to the J. D. McArthur lino, i I' v;'- '>[��[�'! �-tm of snip ei[ kiiaaa fari'ittire in.jrcb'.ii', of in'lii 'eza. .Mr. l'on. I! !iad b.-en ill n:oy : '''Ol ' ti.iie and \-.a i boh . ''0,e:ii:- but Ililellllllil.ia ,,wn 'p:' of iiawiiprlnt paper by, h Columbia mills in 1917 wan j i-. compared with C5.229 tonB In 1917, 3,170; paper were made; : ulplilde pulp uii'l ; f ground wood pulp Thoj ii'pblde pulp in 1!HC was,' Tlie ill . Ill The Dlinioii ltiiliber Co. has utl^, H.OOO.000 in Victory bomi*. Adolph Cliaids, a �:arjient�-.r. aped II years, fell off a scaffold while worl. ing near Itt-gina and broko bis nock. � db'i!  iclde 'ion iale Mr bin in Tala the Inie James A, Har- i � ii l.nown liarrister of Van-'1 u, I,,- j,  �" formerly of Cranbrook, who .,.,,] 'lied April d;. lyjH, baa bcon filod in siipr.-ine court for ui'*1''"!0' ''"ho gross | ,y 1,1 - �" >170,1�D; caah |l..oii�'-i in Tal "f, and i^s ohm of tin; j; nbani,. l,Kill:tilt; bank aud othar ! I)i-.,t kiu-wii bene s men of tbi.; part . stool.a, .{Ss.r.bii; moitgageii wild house-i,i Al'a.-t'.a He v.-a.-, a omparutiV'dy ; indil Kuads, ^.-1.",(��. The tlebtH amount yountf nun. -id', in the ibitiius;. i.'u |a'.toi'.ethia' to $'J4",,:U4.St. leaving the teav-;-;: a v. Ite, Sit mi family. ' (tit value ol' the estate $24,837.0�. ;