Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR THK LRTHBRTDGE IJA1I..T HltttALU letbbr(^ge Ifjeralb aictbbriboe, Hlbcrta AILV AND WBBKkV - f�r*prlrtera and Publl*>�Mft mm LBTHBRIDQE HERALD PRINT. INO COMPANY, UMITfD � rh �tr�et South, LethbrIdH W. A. Buehanan Pmldant and MuafliK Dtraeter Mkn Tomnoa - Buslnaia Mw���f \ TSURPHONlt ^ "ButncM OKiea .......... �dUofial Otfica .......... IXU 1M4 TAKE THE LOAN. ubacr(ptlen Rat�ai Baity, dallvered. per w��lt � Datly. deWrared, per .....J'" Dally, by raal), r�r yaar ......�* Waakly. by mall, per yo^r v.---fi-�: Wa�Wy, by mall, par yaar to U.8..�i.�� Date* of azplry of obicrtptioB� a�-MW daily on addrais labal. JUxapV tAoa of yapem tSte explratit* oata U aar auUiorlty to contlnua tlia luk-aeriptlM. PUT PATRIOTISM FIRST, May I ask you, in order lo win, will you put your patrictisni before everything? Put your patriotism before your profits, will you? I know a man can 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 sad quality attached to all the profits you make today, and this is it. All your profits made �today, men, are blood-bought. That is the message that I leave with you from the line-all your profits- are blood-bought. They are bought with the blood of lives. "Look here-is it right that one man should give his son to die that another man should selfishly grow-rich in the shelter of the first man's sacrifice? Is It right, America? I do not say 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 dia-tant Englishmen, or distant Frenchmen, but they are bought- today it Is coming nearer-they am bought with the bleed �lto ef American boys, not boyc of distant states-it is coming nearer- your own state, your own town, aym, ,the boys that worshipfjed: in your church, passed throush ypur 8choo|�, curty-headed lada that pla^jnul in )rour streets, boys, pftr^" hi^is,'of ,iycur_own homes, who ," hav^ gripped your handa and ' laughed 1n your faces-it is their blood and their sacrifice, that maHes It possible for profits Co be made In this country today. Put your patriotism before your profits, play the game, America; hurry up,. 'Atnerica, I know you will, \ know you will. And I know that when this great nation reai-teef'as it will some day the real nature of war, and your men will be.as grand as the men of the allies have b6en aild as grand as your.lads. In the, line today are, . and have already proven themselves'to _be,'and your women will be as spjeodid and; aa heroic as the wornen'Of England and the women of France".' tP'rolonged applauae;) -Capt. Edwards of the British army in a apeech at Minneapolis. (Edward Evcrott Hale. Written in 1S61). Come, freemen of the land. Come'ineet the great detnand. True heart .ind open hand- Take the loan! For the hopes the prophets saw. For the swonls your brothers draw. For liberty and law. Take the loan.' Ye ladies of the land, As ye love the gallant band Who have drawn a soldier's brand. Take the loan! �^Tio would bring tliem what she could. Who would give the soldier food. Who would staunch her brother's blood, Take the loan! All who saw he:" hosts pass by. All who joined the parting cry, When we bade them do or die. Take the loan! \ And ye wished their triumph then, As ye hope to meet again. And to meet their gaze a? men. Take the loan! Who woul(5 press the great appeal Of our ranks of serried steel. Put your shoulder to the wheel. Take the loan! That our prayers in truth may rise, "UTiich we press with stenmin.g eyes.,' On the Lord of earth and skio.^. Take the loan! OP. T. S. McMorrnn, Hegina lawyer, died of pneumonia. Victor Stubblngs, C.P.U. despatcher, Reglna, died of influenza. Brockvtlk Homes Building Co. will erect eleven dwolUngs Ex-Controller W. G. Bailey, prom n-'rciii nur Own Corrtv^prvnrtrntl Cardsior., Ocf. L'S.-The Victory loan organization was set in order by the divisional liiairnian, S. J. Shep- i herd, upon his vi-.it here on .Friday | and Satunl^iy. All tlip country tribu-i lary to K.\vmona. Magralh and Cards-; i'lPnt citizen of Hamilton, died aud-I ton eonios under his supervision, and j il'*nly. (has a total apportioned of some $300.-; jOOO. I Thos. Sloan, town councillor and i Mr. Edwa:-,! .1. Wood is the honorary'i P>'0"�nent Orangeuiau of cimlth Falls, 'chairni;�ii o! liiis district, and 3; Wii-i *s dead. |linnis. socrc;arv. .�\:-. far as possible; . , , ifho f.irmor canvassers will act and Geo. Shannon, former principal of jMr. Shepherd left instructions for : [^hatsworth public school. I their guiiiance. as wei! as visiting the ; Harnston. I h;;.lessrs. Tr.,t.l bv ' H \i,riM-na h,y � "^'^^ ^"'"''^ '''l*" '-""'''""'^ Trunk M , � . -�^"'l'-^,'- Vm'MW: in British Columbia is being ius many rub:K- duties as X.i V pre-; ballasted and otherwise im- siden; wi!,' lun pennit his faking "Pi, e work a.^a'.u and a new man wiU i siness man and has applied modern; he installed. Spring Coulee and Del' business methods to public has met with success amid ticism. He is ambitious and his course Vhos. S. Lo^v. Kimball, and Mr. J. H. i isn't run yet, despite the cement mer-| Ellison. Aetna. For Konndary Creek; j p ghaw, former M.P.P., for Knm-ger and the baronetcy. i'i "pw man must be had as .Mr. V. !r-; loops, B.C., will take up his'residence It is fair to Beaverbrook to sav he:'*^'^'^ "''^ in Saskatchewan, where he has bought , , J J , ' >. ! or-Mr. Fidier will probably act. Bea7.er i n hirjre farm hasn't the swelled head and that he..,,,i y,,;^^,, ',,^,i, J� ''"-ee farm. _ is still a good red-blooded Canadian.j territory assigned Mr. Geo. E. Peter- pjfty per ^fent. of the rural coal Had he not darkened his early eareer son; the people did well in this !o-juptnis' of ^sicatcbewan, 115^000 tons,! with business methods tliat met with' "^^''-l-^^^^ ^i"'-jhas been satisfied, according lo the .... , , . . I pass their previous good recorc;. severe cntic.sm and later on, accept-: Henderson is to do Mt. ed a hereditary title, he might have;-c:ew. .Mr. .1. Frank Gihb. the Hill (From Our Own Cnrresiiondenl) Magrath, Oct. 2!).-Mngrath canvassers got away to a good start on Monday morning for the Victory Loan. ' A meeting oU the oxeouttvo and canvna-sors was held In the town hall on Saturday evening. Mayor Bcnion was, in charge, he being tho chalnnan\of tlio executive. Ho explained the work thoroughly to tho canvassers, and wants all to do their best in raising the quota. The districts wore ar-j'auged aud two canvassers appointetl for each district. The committee will be somewhat handicapped on account of the sickncsSj/ a number of homes being quarantlnbd for tho 'flu. Chairman Benlon cautioned the canvassers in regrard to this malady and said tlio very best judgment must bo used by them. Two speeches by Sir Thomas White., on tho Victrola, "To tho People of Canaila." and "To the Canvassers." pertaining to the Victory Loan, were listened to with great interest. Victim of 'Flu Death claimed its lirst victim in town as a result of the 'llu on Tuesday afternoon, when Adelhart Chris-teuson, l4-year-oVl of Mr. aud Jlrs. Chris Cliristen'on, was taken. He had only beeit sick since Thursday last. Several "other children in the family are at present stricken with the disease. He was a tine little fellow and very much liked by his playmates. The sympathy of the people goes out to tho bereaved parents. BOOZE AT BOW ISLAND fuel ^oramissioner. Vancouver Jongshoremen removed \ 3.000 tons of rice from a Japanese: ship in less than 48 hours, or at thej rate of 40 tons an hour. awakened Canada with hi? strides to; Spring. .Mr. Frank Lcavitt, the district Ihe top in public life in this country. 1 of like name. Here again we have _ : three experienced men wao luade good ~" : in their respective districts last year. B'JY A BOND, j Glenwood is assigned a strong man THAT IS YOUR SACRIFICE. in the person of Mr. Geo. L. Stringham,! Cisco, formerly of Toronto, has ac- narry Lauder ha^ been con-cripted who is reeve oi the municipality of :cepted the call to the Central Congre-r militarv serviced He is forty-eight: ^"'^ ""^ �" cat-1 gationa! church, Winnipeg. . . '. , , . , � � tie owners. i - llev. Bvron Stauffer. of San F'ran- for years old, has lost his only son in the; T.^j-pn around the line-up is ex-war, and hap given his time, talents' ceptiouaily good and Cardston dis-and money to aiding and cheering theitriet hopes -o go over the top by the ,.. . �. _, , ___,^ onrnp^T pffnrr^ of these active work- soldiers, but now he must go into khaki. Canadians outside the scope, of the Militarj- Service Act, the Tor-' onto Globe says, should be silent as to their sacrifices when they see how sternly the manhood of the Mother Country is being "combed" for the American capitalists have arranged to establish a pulp mill at Beaver Cover, south of Alert Bay, B.C., which will have a capacity of 200 tons dally. into sarnesi efforts of these aclh'e workers. Not Severe Lieut. Charles H. Taylor, .Calgary, While the influenza is .'^ -u-swhat bas been appointed Assistant Director prevalent no verv severe c: s have i and Deputy Commandant of the "I' as vet been reported. The 1 .1. T.! unit of the Invalided Soldiers' Com-! Brown residence is being fiued up by i m'^sion. the towa as an einergency hospital for cases o: influenza. Bnsiness houses THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The allied war council it is now announced, has agreed on the terms of armistice which they will demand of Germany, and these terms are now being Submitted to the military chiefs. It is reported that chief among the terms will'be the surrender of the German navy and submarines, and the pccupation by the allies of all fortified posts along the Rhine. Progress is ftirtber reported on the Italian front, and many more prisoners have been taken form the Anstri-ans. The Belgian -war office also reports progress by the allies in Flanders. BEAVEBBROOK'S RETIREMENT. Lord BeaverbrooVs reUremenl tro"n ioiBritish ministry Is undoubtedly dne to the reasons stated. He is not physically strong, but he Is a liard worker and quickly plays ont the vitality he does poBsesa. He is too valued a friend of Lloyd George to suspect for one. moment tbit he has retired because of any dlfterenoe with the prime minister. Over here Ix)rd BeaVerbrook has had few friends, Ijnt those "who know the progress be baa made In , Britain, realiie that It has been duo to Us brains, and to nothing else. In Canada his merger jepntation and his later lightning advancetaent in Britain, made na auspicious of him. Btrt Bfta^'erh^odX's rise In Britain provjas ithai l.e'ias ahUlty or he would not.tpe reached the high place he did; He] _was yery close to Bonar Law and Llpgd Gflorg^;. they ciouiisel with him fift�i. ..Bea.vflrbrDo'k is a., modern-bu- army. Men of the same age over here; are seemingly lirUe affected by the ought at least be willing to subscribe ' maK-idr. iice.vever. today it is report- to Victory Bonds and draw h'^'Z teresL " . ' : ed that all the Bank of-Montreal staff-; except tie. teller.. Miss Louie 'LeQ.'.are-' off duty because of the fnflnenza; as the manager. Olr. Emeno was reported; ill this^ evei|ing with the.^opularr I ?^ '�flu.'' Severa-l cases'-have been r�;ported,,^ called appendicitis, and one was-opert' ated upon today by Drs. Stacpoolo-and: Lynn. The patient was' Miss Josie Cincinnati, like .SL ,Louis, before Buck, of Glenwood: At this village the war, was half German, cincin-f ^^^"^^ '^'^^ ^sen';a!flicted: by;,the; influenza. .^^ . . .. . ".: The infant .son of Mr. and Mrs.-Ed- DE.MA.NP AN Ul^lpONDITIONAL ^SURRENDER. . Across the line the people are de-termtoed to stay in the war' until there'Js' an nncondltional'surrender. natl will never "again be, German," says the Commercial Tribune of that \ win Leavitt died last week, all-the city. Telling of the interest with i family .-tfeins ill at the time." No.'ser-which the publicaUon of President h'^ces could be had_save at-the grave as no public gathenngs have-been-hatl Wilson's last note was awaited in that 1 for over a w^.ek pa.s.t in..any ot.the city, it says: "Citizens stood on i surrounding districts." The little'.ijne's streets waiting for the president's ans- death is ascribed t"� of,Queen's university, has been (Bow Island Review) A Sharp of BoSv Island and J. I. Jobe of the Drilling Co. north of Bur-dett, were arraigned before Police magisttatc'Brown on Saturday charged with having liquor in their possession unlawfully. The arrest was made by Constable Palmer, A.P.P., on the Friday night previous. He had been watching Sharp's house on Bell Street and on the night in question Sharp and Jobe drove up in an automobile. Sharp collected the whiskey from the car and was carrying it into llie house when the constable intercepted him and made the arrest. Both tho accused pleaded not guilty The Home Attractive Your good judgmenlt plus our knowledge, with a moderate expense will place a splendid piano in your home. The charm of a good piano in the family circle adds uiitold 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 business is to help make homes inore attrao-tivc-our pianos make this an easy task. our Exchanflo Dep�rtinent has recently taken into ttOO^ a small Henry Herbert StM(|-lo Piano In mission pale, In exchange for a PlayBrrtJano,. It is nearly new and vyeuld grace any drawing roow^ We are asking (tOOC AA for this In- ^Q�,Q,}3V strument, with bench' lo match. It will pay you to eall and examine this piano. EASY PAYMENT PLAN MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBHIOGF to the ('liarge. Sharp said the liquor was for bis own use and Jobe pleaded ignorance. Neither of theso'\ ple^a, however. 1 were of tiny avail aud Sharp was fined '$100 and costs and Jobo ?S0 and costs. 'The liquor, about four gallons, the : ni;igistrate ordered to be confiscated and destroyed. Another conviction of the two accused would involve imprisonment [Without the option of a fine. ; On Thursday of Inst week Charlev j Kong, of the B.C. Cafe. Bow Island, ! was liroiigbt up before Police Magistrate Brown on a similar charge to the above. Constable Palnjer again prosecuted and P. O. McKenna defended. The constable deposed that cider in Kong's possession hftti been submitted to government pnalysl.s and foumi to be .10.29 .per cent.- alcohol proof. Accuse'd was' found 'guilty and fined ?100 and the coats of the prosecution. The cider was forfeited and destroyed. Gabriel Hobb, before the war na employee of the Hudson's Bay Co., Mac-lood, was killed in aotlpn. There are unpatriotic right here in Lethbridge-and they're not all foreigners either. c , ... ^'"'^�'' made chief plant patheologist of the jMr. Spencer Ca.,oon. ^ - ^^^.^.^ he having saved t^us-l Wm. Laurie Returns ; ands of acres of potatoes in France After i'cveral year.i' .--ojuiirn at Bat-i by treating with sprays. , ileforjj when thj fii'ct nev.-npaner west 1 _ Canada oughtn't to have any trou-'of Winnipeg Wi.' e.^-->!,l'.:hc!l by hi.s ^ We.sley .-\. Blair, for seven years ble raising the Victory Loan. In the! father. Mr. Wpv. �.auric a:ul his pup-, .secreiary of thi Vancouver board of, savings banks of Canada,.alone at the!"'"; '"''''' '^^''.'e'-unied to Ourdston ; trade, has been appointed by the pro-| ^ p cT, Ti, , ,.o -'�c-it;v,-ing Old acquaint-: vincial government to the important' end of September there was over a btl- j^.^.^^^,, ^ j..^^^^^.^^ ^^^^^ secretary to the recently ap- lion dollars on deposit. | barrister iiere for a nuiriber of year.s i pointed agent,-g/jneral for British Co- . land wa.s .�solicitor for tov.n prior i lumbia in London. Organized farmers denounce ma-j t'-e '''^ -aiiier at whjse ; ' - .J,- , -i,f'j,.,, i, nr,,t -vr;^ j dfimipo he removed. I.J Buttlc-ford and: Judge Meyer, of New York, is pi*es- chme politics, but down in ^\ e.,t Mid- ^^^^ ^^^arge of tl':e ncv.paper bnsi- ident of 5 newly-formed ranching and dlesex, Ontario, they propose to run r.ess, seeing it tiirouKJi tho latter parr ' fanning company at High River, with a candidate and if he is elected he 1 of its forty years'e;:i;;leijce. ja caiiita! of .$1,000,000. The Walter must never vote on any measure with-; ''"bo law wJU a^iain .engage Mr.'.Ings ranch, west'of High River, re-Laurie's lime, a.-: he will shortly open '^'�'"*1.''' bought for the syndicate by P. an office herc! -.ivA doui)tlo:-is will soon j�'i" be the nucleus of the corn-have many of his old ciieius calling j !^^n>"'-'i f^'PPrations. upon iiim again. I - From I>eavit', 1 ojiie.-i the report of i The gover.iment telegraph lines in a goodly Bjieciiuen r/f the iootliHonu'jAllx^rta will be taken over cabbage". Mr. W. G. SmitJi liaving ""^ and the E.D. and B.C. grown one �.vilhoui irriKalion tliat lipii -'>?''"�'>'�''- f^"" runs to Hudson's Hope out the order of the organization. That sounds very much like a machine operated member. Denver soldiers, serving at the battle front, will learn who of those at home subscribed to the fourth Liberty - the be-im at ! r).:. '.','ha rloes 1 etter ''^'''^ anoihcr from 15dmonton to Peace Loan. Lists of bond buyers are to be sent to every Denver unit in France. It inight be well to do the same in Lethbridge. It would let the boys over there know who were their real backers at home. In thi.'i come: Alberta land'.' of the great Soutlieni : Orande Prairie. The lat- j ter will go to the J. D. McArthur line. It was operated at a loss- of $75,000 I last year. The niilpnt of newsprint paper by ; tbe liriii-Hb Ceiumbiil mills in 1017 was 75.S:i.'i tons, compared with fi5.229 tons : for t!ie year previous. In 1917, 3,170 : tuns di' wrapping paper were made; r i^s �'''#*'' of sulphide pulp and ; � � ,;r, ,520 tons or ground .wood pulp. The Taber, Oct. .'iO.-The eiilire town'""':!"," sulphide pulp in 11)16 was was shoclied (o hear of tho death yes- | '^^��'^'�^ "I am emphatically one of those who-believe that this war should be taken \ into Germany. I believe thai tbe af flictions which Germany has visited _ ..........^........, upon other nations should be visited llerday of Fred W. Powcli, the \ycll-on Germany. I believe that it is the', known furnitare merch.int. of inflii- onlyway in which Germany can be|<^'�^-^' ''f' '!1 ?,"J' <^"iivnr, formerly of Cranbrook, who cured of the disease that now afflicts '""^ '"''V'^''" '".*"' '^.-Iled April HJ. 1918, has been filed in cured 01 lue aiseate tnai now atnu.t^ pneumonia set in and :,.,,,.....',. ,....... '___u_,, rrv,.i----- her."-Henry Morgenlhau, Formeriiif; died f;uddenly at ',^.;'.n yesterday. American Ambassador to Turkey. Tbe vey, a ."ill of the late James A. Harwell known barrister of Van The Diiulop Rubber Co. lias lakMp $1,000,000 in Victory boutiK. Adolph Cliard.s, a carpenter, aged 41 years, fell.off a scaffold while work- ......., .................. Ing near Regina and broke his neck, leaves a wife, 'imt do I'a.ouly. supreme court for pfobate. The gross ,,,, , . ,, , ; value of the estate as shown in state- ^ the 1,-ite Mr. Powell wj'.,s H naUve of ;,,,.,.., liPM i� I2G8,15].-89, conslstirtg hnglaiid, i,,(, had been for yearn in I of reui entate valued at $170,135; ca.sb bu.^me.s'.s 10 lalier, and wijH ono'of llie ji nb^nk. l,4,33:69; bank aud other best known bii.sine.-.s iiien ot tliiii part j Hloel-.s, .^SH.r.Oii; mortgages .and house- ' liold goods, iA.TM). The debts amount i)'.tog'!thor (o .$24.'!,314.31. leaving the a�t value of tho estate �$2'i,837.01 of AllicTta, lie -.va-s- a criinpai-utiveiy young man. stil! in tin- ibirlies. Ku .-St' 14665628 386?