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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1918 Xctbbi*it)0c t)cralb Xctbbrtfrtfe, Alberta DAILY AND W�BKLY Proprietor* and Pubtlehen> |T�t LETH8RIOGE HERALD PRINT-(NO COMPANY, LIMITED MS 6th Street South, Lsthbrldfl* W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Dlractot feho Tortance � � Busintia Miiii|ir TSLF.PHONE8 �ualness Ofllca .......... pdltorjej OKIca .......... 1181 lUt le letter of Abraham Liivcoln to Mrs. J Hlxby. the Boston mother whose five ' sons lost their lives during !lit>j American civil war. Tho Kaiser Is j "gratified." Lincoln was grieved, j The. Kaiser gives the German mother ' hi? picture, .lyinooln pave the | American mother his prayers. I The two letter; speak eloquently for themselves t Tho Kaiser's Letter:--' His Majesty the Kaiser hears that yon hove sacri-f i *: o l1 nine sons in defence u;" ;!.s ' Majesty is immensely gratified at the 1 The ffisist rat ion of man ami woman ami in recognition is pleased to ! I'owor ''1 the Yukon is to he maiie on 'PICKED UP IN * PASSING. *P* TUB star MAM A FAREWELL TO DR. FUNERAL OF A Pavid J. lloughnor. a well known resilient of St. Thomas, is dead. This summer statistics show six residents of Winnipeg over !>0 years i of ago have died. , 1� .15.04 .$400 .|1W tubscrlptlon Rata^i Dally. Selivered. per week , Dally, dellrered, per year . DaJIy. by mall, r-er year .. Weakly, by mall, per year ____ J*?aekly, by mail, per year to TJ.8..$I.M Datea of expiry or aubacrlptlona appear dally on addreaa label Accept-Wt of pupera :.fte. explrati*B net* li ur authority to continue tio aub-acriptlon. fact. semi yon his photograph, with frame ami autograph signature " 1/ini'oln's Letter:-"Pear Madam- 1 have been shown in the files of the | War Pepartmon! a statement of the I Adjutant-tumoral of Massachusetts ; that yon are the mother of 'ive sons | who have died gloriously on the f;eM | of battle. 1 feel how weak and fruit-; less must he any words of initio w'aich i slionhl attempt to begiii! i tho criof of a toss so orerwh.'lmin'c. I Rut i cannot refrain from tendering to yon the consolation that may he i four. I in the thanks of the !! miMi. ) they (iied to save the "0th of Septemhcr. Col. t). (',. Weaver, a well-known resident of the Kdm-mlon district, has been wounded in ai t ion. Win. Pointer, a prominent business man of Soaforlh, Out., is dead. it has been suggested that a Chair of Imperial and Colonial History be established in every British university. Irishmen who rotne to Kuglund to work will now he liable to he taken for military service. William Sym, a Chatham. Kng.. sailor, has christened bis Infant son "'/.ochruggc." on from ; partment In act ion Captain Archie Roosevelt, son of j :'.ca> kiddies were lost during one day Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, has arriv- a! the Kxhibltion at Toronto. This is eu home from Pram >\ where ho was j nearly twice as many as in the pre-wonnded last April. : vious year. ~ i "~ l.h>!i: Gordon P McLean, formerly', Kohert llolton was killed almost in-a barrister with the c. p. K legal tie-> stantly at his farm near Swalwell. il Calgary, has been killed THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. The Germans arc in fail flight from 1 Heavenly father may ari'--ah in to apply for a judicial S'-p.ir.i: ;on trom his wife at a Green wi.-i:, Kug . Tolii e I'ourt. Alta.. last week, when four horses dragged, ins binder over his body, Kverett A. Hush, general manager for Canada of the Gerlach-Harklow Company, died at Toronto, after an apoplectic stroke. .lames Ponalri Cameron, for thirty years Cnlted States Senator from peTinsyivanin and former Secretary of War. died, luged eighty-five years. altar tho Gorman mother e Kaiser's letter, has valuable defense territory, retreating. the poisson? district and on the j a. living. She lias learned tha' thc.-e German retreat is now in j is no more nutriment in the Kaiser's and tiie allies are keeping '� photocraph than tiiere is humanity in the retreating forces j the megalomaniac who sent i-. in whose debauched mind there appear* ------- to be ;,o room for sympathy wi''.: THE ADMINISTRATION'S i the mother in the great loss s'h� i.as GARBAGE TRUCK DEFENSE. : siiff.-re.]. The city administration is losing no ; T:.,, ^iii^iy- letter is that of the opportunity to tell the people how | mi,.. much (lie JI.'"'o motor garbage truck |_____ In Ve?ie. the fail swing, in touch with everywhere. William Duncan, apostle of the fa : The Federal executive in Australia mens Metl.ikatla missionary school has empowered any competent military for many years, died at Motlak.itl:; authority to prohibit aliens partielpat- Aiask.i. from apoplexy. ing in meetings or propaganda work. Gerald MeGnwait. 10-year-old snn of St. Clement's School, which was Thomas McGo-.v.m. of Perth. Out., was founded years ago at Kglinton. Ont., eh-,-tr-h uted in tl> town park when later being moved to llrampton. Out., li-' .-atti" in i outact with a loose power has gone out of existence this sum-wire -. mer Sir W: lihr. ttist. his own hii.-t: a s: a am >. i � ;i had no e.i admi-ston 1 p.;le fl the faiuou- Mrs Huby Hall, Simcoe. Ont.. who music. On was given a flag on Woincn'r day. sure- ; unabb a At i now 1 ;d Sullivan is saving. But all the figures in the w not convince people that !o. rinc year, then oilier trucks. ,'e.-ter sitited for the purpoKo. could have been purchased which would have saved double their cost in one year. _ ---, The T" S. has >e; the wc-at THE TANK IS PLAYING j prjcf) u,,t3t|vplv at ,,.o, A GREAT PART. . ; dent Wilson in a not- acfompanvi-.g The other day dispatches from., ,h. (lol,ar, f()r ,,formallon in the defeat of the Hun today than j wUl lea(1 to Ule -irrf.5t ))f t,,, , ever before. We believe they are!or p- State. -'.',-;:!,-- men will pro-:ii:on 1r Controller, ton. :-:;.il:ist the r.-o li' tKrom tlio Carmanfjay SunV It. was Indeed n "comniunJLy galhor-Ing" that filled Oddfollows' hall on Thursday evening. August 23th. at the social ovoniiiK liold in honor of Hr. W. Ii and Mr.1;. Pryans who are, leaving our town to live in Lnthbrldgo where tho doctor has .entered tlio medical Mrui Of DeVcbor, Campbell, Uoy and Crngg! At S> oVtnck ,Tas. McNaughton. M.L. A., took tho cbnlr and n short programme followed, consisting of piano selections by Miss Lenh Yodor and Miss M. Smith, a reading by Miss Vera Humraon, vocal solos by Rev. P. 11. Telfer and Mr. X. \f. Crlspo. and selections by tho Hoys' Hand. At Uie closo of tho programme, the chairman 'tailed Pr.-nml Mrs. Pryans to tho platform when nit address was read by XV. O. Hamilton, manager of the Canadian Hank of Commerce. Alter tlio reading of the address Pr. RyrniM was presented with a fitted club bag and Mrs.' Bryans with a handsome electric, reading lamp. Tho chairman then called on Mrs. K. A. Mownt, president of tlio lied Cross Society, and Mrs. H. P. Huni-mon, president of the Women's Institute, both of whom expressed regret at tlio doparture of Mrs. Brynns who had been a faithful member of both organizations. llev. 11. H. Telfer was then called on to speak on behalf of the Methodist church it ml Its kindred organizations. Messrs. J. K. Suydor and A. K Quaylc. as old timers, added n few words of appreciation of the services rendmeil by Dr. and Mrs. Bryans In very organization that had as its object the making of a belter community. M>. Hob McKinnon, C. P. K. agent at Carmangay, received the sad news this week by wiro that his brother. Pte. Dan McKinnon had been killed in action. Pte. McKinnon enlisted in his native province of Prince Edward Island. As mentioned in our last Issue there were fifty-eight men in the "shock troops" that visited the farm of Mrs Shaw. Carmangay West, on Friday evening last, and the way they pitched in and atooked one hundred acres of wheat was a good sight, anil demonstrated what can be done by a little co-operation. In our last Issue we reported that Sgt.-Major \V. S. Parkin7.cn had been wounded in action. A day or two after the message was received his parents here received another telegram informing them that their son was in a hospital in Kngland danger tl-'rem Our Own OorrrsiioiidemO Ciudston, Aug. 31.- The funeral of Mrs, Ida I'urnell Ulebards, who died at tho Van lliiurlom Hospital recently is to be held on Sunday al 11 o'clock p.m. at the Tabernacle. Tlio services were to be hold Saturday but relatives from tho south could not arrive until today. Tho interment will bo In (ho Woolford ceiivtery. Tlurdeceasod was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I'urnell of Woolford nnd was the wire of Mr. Nell S. Richards leaving a family of three little ones. The. lady was educated at Cardston and was ono of tho best students who ever attended the High School here and was so pronounced by tho school inspectors as well as her teachers. Ilcr demise will he verv tieriously fell-in the Woolford ward where she was an active, optimistic worker. At Beazcr. Yesterday the funeral of the seven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Royal M. iioazor was held. The Utile fellow died in the local hospital hero after an operation for appendicitis. The most of the Heazer people are in the. Glacier National Park on Ashing expeditions mid a messenger wan dlspati lied with the pews of tho donth unci funeral whfcli whs timed for 4 p.m. to nllow of their return. Nearly �ivory person from the mpuntains appealed tit tho funeral and tho hoimo was 11 Hod, Consoling remarks worn tnnilo by Bp. \Vm."Duco, Mrs. Z. Y. Card. Messrs. '/,. W. .Jacobs. Jno. S. Smith and S. Williams of Cardston, as well as by Hp. (Joo. A. t)ueo, wbo wus In charge, of tho services. A duet by the Allsses Allen. "Memories," was feelingly rondored. Uy private udvlci-s from llochoster, Minn., your correspondent learns that Mr. Arnold \V. Jensen of Aetna was oporatcd upon for llvor trouble on the Jllrii lust. He was not given much niicoui'iigement. by tho doctors of lite Mayo Hospital, but has rallied from tho operation and Is now progressing very favorably. Wedding. Mr. Pan I.eavltt nnd Miss Theresa Richards of Aetna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hymen Richards wore married by Pres. Wood on Thursday the 2!)Ui Inst., ill Cardston. Mr. Pan Leavltt Is I ho lion of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Penvitt, cnllBted for service last Juno and Is now in khaki having leavu of absence for harvesting of six weeks. The young couple nro woll known In their respective communities and have tlio best wishes of a wldo circle of friends and relatives. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., Ll_D, D.C.L. Prrntdeni H. V. F. JONES, Asi't Gen'l. M�n�&eT fcafcSa5,R >'OHN AIRD. Cfn*nl M*n*|*r I V. C. BROWN. Sup'i of C�ntrel Weiurn Branch** mm The Hishop of Woolwich. Kng.. s,a-ed at a London chun h meeting that , following this mes- th.-re were eight thousand boys in the , > > received Woolwich Arsenal earning .too much � saM- * money. apiTAlPAIDUP.$l5,000,00OlRESERVEFlJNO.  $13,500,000 A GOOD INVESTMENT The money you save earns interest when deposited in our Savings department, and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtained when required. Why keep in the home more money than is needed for immediate purposes? 130w Lethbridge Branch Warner Branch -Milk River Branch R. T. Brymncv, Manager J. H. S. Gordon, Manager J. V. Steele, Manager in ui u. powei Gibe, tii" S- c, y M- da! ed agent o-r ri. t to s'lpp! under the an i i-tv. �ho v.-or. the Msiii iv has been apjwn Karl -( on: t. imt.. al to soids.-rs' families of the Patriotic S' A pubiio meeting of Brandon citi--T.s i-.Jli-d oil the !,:isine-s men ID li>-.- their stores at 4.:!n fur the n.-xt two v.. into tio gram. ks to I'llabie t'.ie Ulell ! liar-.est tidds and stool; " � the furnishing the mobility to the allied sto..,. j, milJ. v ( , armi-is on the west front which is ' f,r m,si,s j.urs:ars." making it possible to follow up and : ______ complete local victories, thus enab i ling one blow after another to be struck without long periods of res; between operations. It is tills continuity of offensive blows which has so puzzled tho German general staTf, and thrown his organization out of j gear. It ig the tank that enabled the i Canadians to advance for 18 miles in j flvo days la�t week after jumping off | from Arras. The tank Is a wonderful invention, j A tribute to Us efficacy Is paid by tlio Now York Tribune, which says that "besides hating the Tanks, it appears that the Gorman officers profess to 'think it nngentlemanly to omploy a machine to which they can not surrender:' The tanks, apparently, are mot only crushing to dignity, hut to the men themselves, siirce, the smaller ones get over the field faBter than tho fleetest can run and men have literally be.en buried under the rapidly moving machines." to adv-r'l AS GOOD AS EVER Men riasrified under the selective draft a; qualified fur "limited ur special" service will not be called unless thereby able-bodied men will !>� released for f.'rvb >-ars. fortn-T mayor, public spirit-i i' I cit'zeii. and a civil war veteran, is dead as the result of an operation. i At St. Thomas William^ Patterson, thouth only I!' years of ago, and the father of a two-year-old son, appeared in court for sememe on a charge of unlawfully and unmercifully beatins a horse. Speaking to llie Canadian Press representative, Hon. C. p. Deluge, president of the local branch of the patriotic fund, stated that tho allowance paid to families shortly would be substantially rah-ed. I'nder a new ruling by the Govern-: tin n'. young wives of I'nited States iii-n in service in France will be ac-. c�.an-d in the School of Nur3lug "stab-li.-hed by the Army Medical Popart- Ule'l' . ' "Welcome No dues. Mo don'ts." | is the sign painted on tho ouUido uf j 'In- front door to Soldiers' nnd Sailors'I club, at Seaside, Ore. The club Ik j ' palronizod heavily by men from the! nearby sprue.- camps. j ' At, Well.-md, Ofllc.nr \V. W. Wilson I I of the customs staif captured fourteen! barrels of liquor which, was conceal- j | ed by havimj a t overfng of potatoes j over each barrel, They were shipped i ! at Hiillalo. * I from their daughter. Miss Jean Par- i klnson, who is at present In Kngland i as a Red Cross nurse, stating that the operation on Sgt.Major Parkinson was J successful but that ho was still criti- ' rally ill. Xo news in a case like this is good news, and as no further word has been received we take it that Ik-Is recovering. History was made in Waterloo county when a beautiful woodland ; lot of forty acres at 'he confluence of ' the Grand and Conestogo river-- at 1 Conestogo was handed over by Mr. Walter .1. Snider, the miller, to Hon. Finlay Maedinrmid. Minister of Public Works, representing the Ontario government, with the object of furthering the policy of conservation ami reforestation throughout Canada. Tho property has been In possession of the Snliler family since about isatt. avid Is covered with majestic forest trees. What Cash You Need When Travelling -and more particularly, when lp.rge sums are required-is best carried in the form of a Letter of Credit, issued by The Merchants Bank. This old established form of international Kinking*, is pret"< rred by many experienced travellcrsTbecadaii of its absolute security. Letters of Credit are cashed only by banks or banking corporations, and after the ulontitv of the holders is established lo the st.'i-.faction of the bank officials. This insures s:;lV.y, and guards against loss and theft. TH? MERCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Established 186-1. LE7HHK1DUE BRANCH,   K, J. DINNING, Murfiiiittr. MONARCH BRANCH,  V. A. l-HIiRl.V, Acting Mumper. NOULEFORD BRANCH. - M. A. KILPATKICK, Actinil Manager. L THE KAI8ER AND LINCOLN- A CONTRAST. Gtirman newspapers, according to the cables, are making much of the "sympathetic condescension" of the Salter in recognizing the sacrifice �Add by a. German -woman who has lost nine Hons in the war. The Kai-�#r sent her a letter and his photograph, and tho incident is being util-, lted by the Teuton presa ugents of the All Highest in certain European papers to represent htm In a more human light. But, aH the "Khaki Call" points out, the Ilohenzollern letter will bo particularly interesting and significant on this tilde of tho Atlantic he-fauso of its contrast with the histor- IKroin Our Own Corres-p.jriit,-riti .Magralh, Sept. a -On Monday, Sept. 2nd the Sixth Annual Children's Vegetable and Flower Fair was held. These fairs are held under the direction of |he Women's Institute and uie always a grand success. The present fair was one of the most successful ever held. About 300 entries were made in the vegetable department and nearly 200 in the flowers. One would have to travel many miles to find more beautiful flowers and more perfect and appetizing vegetables. The. ripe tomatoes were among the best entries as also was the celery. Most every child In the town takes an interest in I lie fair and the competition Is very keen. The collection of vegetables grown by boyB under la years were awarded as foilowa:--Rend Bennett, 1st; Cliff Merkley, 2nd; Percy I'oulsen, I'.rd. Several bouquets of beautiful roses, gladlollas, dahlias and others were on exhibition, grown by .Mrs. Palmer. Dinner was served by the ladies in United Cross rooms aud a neat hum was realized from the day's work. Veterans' Visit. The War Veterans were on a bike through the south country on Labor Day. They arrived in Mugrath about noon and visited the Flower Fair afterwards journeying to Cardston, They wore joined here by Lieut. Swift and Pte. Roy Hudson. They were given a grand reception by the (iti/.ens of CitrdBfon and journeyed back to I.eili-bridge in tho "woe mini' hours." A number of townsmen tool, adsant- At Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.. plans are , complete tor th.- Algouia War Chest  Visitor-- to the Spokane agricultural i Funds' canvas o, .-. , urn JSD.P'.") in one I hall miss th.- Canadian govern-! week for Red Cross, patriotic funds, ment exhiliii thai in pasi years always i st'iior.' relief, Serbian -ind Delg.an Occupied a promiie n' space across one end of the hall The death of .1. N. Grieve, Canadian government land agent, who arranged the previous exhibits, is the cause of (, a!i-e:ice this year. age of the holiday and went for a day's: hunt ; .Mr. and Mrs Harold Wood have re- | turned to their hi.me lure after spend-' lug a holiday In the Siali s. f j Mrs. Florence Mi-rccr rerttrtii-d lasl . week from l.'tah svliere sdie lu.s been j spending the summer with her par- j en Is. ! Mrs. Agnes Turner and family re-! turned on Saturday from l.'tah after j spending the summer there. , Miss Annie llillier entertained ,-, number of her friends on .Monday afternoon Miss Porter is now showing a swell line of Fall millinery at. hsr shop on 1st Ave Mr. P. Drew Clarke lias accepted a position as, principal of the Warner Public School, A number of local boys arc home on furlough, assisting in the harvest fields. A wedding of interest to local people took place, last week when Marl Neilsi-n and Geneva Passey, two of Magrath'a most popular young people, were united in marriage bv Hishop llarkcr. Mrs. liartou of Calgary Is hern visit-iillj Mrs. J. '?*�?*.<�. Relief Cnmpaign open Sept. 1st. The I'nited Slates government is providing that iii'-n who, while under ^'1 joined ihe colors, shall at the cost! of the country at'o-r the war bo given j two years' education lit a first-class in-: atitution of their own approval. i I'or two minutes each day in tho Wa -ningtoii I'o. i Olllce, all employee* are requited, on the order of tho postmaster. M. it. chance, to cease their work in observance of the Angelils plan, as he terms it. Canadian ami American Government representatives met tit Lake Champaign on September 4 for a further conference on drafting uniform Hailing laws for the. two countries, in Intel national waters A bronze statute of President Jumna A C.arlielii. who died at Long Branch, N. J.. September 10, 1881, was unveiled by Misses Lucretiu Garlleld and .Margaret Stanley Hrown of New York, graiidaiighters of tlio former president. The body of Tbos. Brown of Chippewa. Falls, tin; last one to be found of the lour l-u.ii 'Claire river men drowned near Hsmff three months ago, was located some twelve miles down tiie Hfrtv by a gang,of river men who are running a drive, for Iho Cuumoro Ullll'tS. The Universal Car There are more than two million and a quarter Ford ears in service today. Practically one-half of all the cars on Canadian highways are Ford cars. Tho Ford Is the lightest cir for Its power made -and lightness Is an absolute essi ntial for economy In maintenance and for comfort In riding. It weighs several hundred pounds less than the ordinary car of the same power and carrying, capacity. It puts more tire surface on tho ground per pound of car than any other. And it,, lightness is also a big safety fatter. Lightness minimizes the cost of upkeep |,y reducing the wear and tear on the tires-by giving more mileage per gallon of gasoline-and by lessening the strain and stress upon the car itself. Tiros for Fard cats are comparatively Inexpen-aive. because large ones are not naiulvod-and they give maximum service because tho car Is lightest. Ford owners have a minimum of tire troubles and other expenses and lluit'a a big factor to consider in the buying of a car. It is surprisingly low In price-- nml surprisingly high in value-because it is produced upon a scale so gigantic its' to reduce the cost of lit.inil liic.ture and distributing to a minimum. There is one outstanding reason why the Ford car so far outsells all others. It la u better ear.- Service to Customers of Firat importance at Local Ford Garage Realizing that service is the big thing In the automobile, business, that customers want, reliable work and prompt, courteous attention wo are emphasizing this at our garage. When you (tome-hero you will find some'ono ready to look after your business. Wo m.tst give service to make you want lo come again- and wo will glvo you tho kind of service you want. Our repair department is under tho management of the best mechanic we could find and all work will be right in every detail. F0RDS0N TRACTORS This Is the tractor Hie provincial government distributed over the province this nprlng It is giving good Kiitisfaction. its reliability has lieeti proceti. We have u full line of repairs for this tractor on band. FORD TRUCKS A SAVING TO FARMERS Tho motor driven truck can work constantly at maximum load under the burning summer sun, or In the coldest weather, t/nllko tho hor'aii it needs no rests while working, it eats only when in actual use, and .wh"ii the day's work (s done It requires very little attoullon, and leavos you free lor other "Chores" about the place. Then, it can be housed in one quarter the space of the horses, wagon and harness It replaced. It is a mistaken Idea that u truck Is useful only for driving upon paved roads. Tho Ford can bo driven all over tho farm, and used for hauling grain, potatoes, fruit, roots, fertilizer, woud, stock, milk, or any other product. Tho speed It Iravoln, the limn It saves, nnd Its low upkeep cost appeal very strongly to nil usorn of tho Ford Truck. FORD GARAGE C. C McGREERY, Manager H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor 8539 ;