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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR Tit:. T.K TlU'HIOfjT't DAILY HERALD VKDNKSOAY. SKPTKMBKH II, 1!>1S Xetbbiiboe Ifocralfc Ictblnlfroc, Hlbcrta DAILY ANU WEEKLY IMPRESSIONS WHAT ABOUT PEACE.' What about pence. \V1 war ond? Dot-* Lord Proprietor! and Publlaham frHE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT , !NG COMPANY, LIMITEr represent a gre.it ,(.,-.ul""> "'� ___. any b...i;iua: *t>om th. T5LPPHONES Bu�!n�?� OU,?e .......... Wit..'! .� I 'iJfflca ........... !1 will I ::f I ,.i:i-lov> iii-of publii i'', '.''Ml t' ltd any would s I UlllTil'S !i up. iipac wmm m SERIOUSLY HURT Arm Biullv Lacerated - Sonic (Jood Yields of Wheat Are Secured., as accepted ii call to Kno\ Proshy I teiiiiu church, London, Out. mnl Miss Mary Johnston, almost ninety nine, iti.'.l within alt hour and � - ! half of i-.i.'h other at their home In The Kitchener garage men will not | I'luillmni. of ol.l a;:.', oiien the repair shops ami gasoline I N.\tura! gas lias boon discovered at Stirling, (uit. l.i.'Ut. Frank t'liil'f. son of Noble Chii'f. Seaforth. was killi.l in action. Kov. T. Symington, of Oriiiia, 1" tilt- J.Ms i- \e;> directed by any in:" Whorover yon ire. ! Pritain. a half way p. �! a;:.I is :.o: Tit pi! o'.rmou' '.' Fran c is ridiculed nubacrtptlon Rataai Pa;i�\ i*c!lv�?red, per waea: ,.!�.. .� DatlT. JellTered. par year .....ISM PMIt, by man. for yaar ......|4.0# W�ekly. by malt per year .....Jl.M Waeklv. by mail, per yaar to TJ.8..|.  1 11 " �'" " aca of papera liu. explratn.ii date to soldier, and run ar authority to continue the tub- j ,�.at vi, w ,� acrtptloa. The sane man knows a half way peace- means an.eh. -r groat war in a few year?. .-Mich a j>.i�s!bi!ity cannot be accepted for a :uoiti-iit- -anil it won't bo no.-opted. Pre-pion' i j Wilson e*|>re=�e>; iho majority view I'll.imp: 'who has X.uron . . ��. Hi's.c! �,�. t j Mr. W M. C ' I.'-hhr; !,;� �: = t 'ho -a . .; Kcv. He: ..>n. Mrs. J S C $1 ' ipi: names to complc' Hurry up ami Iii- lted Cross it. ou this. : i: Am ti- THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. The French troops a:-- rap.diy out fhinkjnjr l�i l-'.-re and the St. C,eha:n position.'' of The Germans on �:,,::!�n : '1'he Rritish haie :.;a(]e further ad-van. in F'iand'Ts and in The vicinity of S; iji:- tiTtii. Ahi'h ;� virt-ially iTirroantie.l. Oti tb:'. a, !i js caU'd for I'n.lay ai'tenioon � nc%! ;n t!i- 1 'nu eh. One or two ntat- .':.:s of vi'al imiiortaiii e will bo ills-cu-.sed. All inteie.sted in Hod Cross work are speeiai\ iciuesied to bo s pr-i-en*. Mrs. Honieo v^ill. our expert 'on ;!ie kuittiiiK tuaclr.r.e. will he 1 pr. -eat and give an >-\hil.ition ou the. Uiiittiiu: niachiii'-. Tli.. Ued Crosa i �>:�;; .it this time is of -supreme impelme and any man or woman who a icncres til-- Ued Cross appeal these .';,!>- Is undoubtedly playing into the hands of the enemy. Po your bit eiti-.-. :: s of Champion and do it cheerfully a-i'l heart:ly. uuiks ou Sunday. Wajjos of Kingston carpenters were iiH'rea.'ieal this week lib- an hour. mnkiiiK them (10c an hour, or a day. Uobert Daw was elected reeve of Morritton by neelamation, to till the vacancy caused by the drowning of Richard Carroll. Mrs I, .1. McAllister, of WiunipeR, wns filled Jl'in and costs for bavins In her possession certain of Pastor llussell's books, which are banned. A Kcnora hotel has to close its .lean, the thirteen-year-old dilURlitor I dlnliiK-room for two weeks for having of Hev. Oeor.Ki- lianiols. Chatham. ' sumir bowls ou its tables, and a Wei-(bit,, -was killed by a fall from a j land bakery firm is shut up for a Metropolitan radial car near Toronto, week for persisting in makinK oven - j sole bread. Lieut. (.!. S. Tom-hard, H.A.F., the .lack MeCluuj;;. sou of Mrs. N'olllo Mel'luti;;. after three years' service in the trenches, has been given a commission In the I'l'lncess I'atriciii's. Major U. Collishaw, D.S.O.. O.S.C.. n.l'.C.. of Niinalino, one of (he Kni-plrc'.s most distinguished airmen, has downed f>;i ('�ernuiu planes. A board of conciliation hna been aiipointcd in the dispute between the Poison and other Toronto firms, and their blacksmith employees and helpers. well known Toronto lawn tenuis player, died suddenly in hospital from an absce-ts on the brain. The AtttoT'.Te'o'e Club of Canada appeals to motorists to forego Sunday use of their ears for the next few i Sundays to conserve gasoli'ie. and The C. P. It. will close up the'also asks thai garages and service. Transeona Terminal till next summer \ stations bo closed tho:.e days, or fall, owing to cancelling of ex omptlonii from military service issued to employees. Mrs. George McKelvey, aged eighty. Lieut. A. P. McMillan, of Winnipeg, killed in action, was a son of ltov. A. P. McMillan, of Woodvllle. Ont. He was employed in the superintendent's office of (lie f.'niifidfuii Hank of Com-mi-rco, Winnipeg, when he joinud t-lio lath bnltnllon. \V. I-:. Scott, for the past in year:', depulv minister of agriculture iu the 11. C. government, has boon super-anuiiled Willi an allowance of Jlen per month, lie recently went through a severe Illness which has Incapacitated him for work, Kov. \V. \V. McMasler, of Kind Hap-tist Church. Washington, D.C.. has been called as pastor of .lames Slreel Baptist. Church .it Hamilton, Ont.. and has accepted, lie Is a son of Prof. .1. Short. McMas'.-r, liegisirnr of Mo-Master I'nlveisity. Toronto. His sli-peud will be S.'iskiilcliewan crop cslimates for the wheat yield i.-,.sue.d sllow PS,Tarn.(mil bushels of wheat at f2.'J4 a bushel, which is scarcely J,"),1100,(1(11) less than tile lotal value of (ho wheal crop lasi year as estimated by Hon. Charles Dunnln;; In hiu budgut speech last SOKSlOh. Hon. (.'. It. Mitchell Im.i .-old the entire bunch of hornus on bis Seven Persons ranch to J. .1. Pintail. There were about 'J.".il head In the bunch and the difficulty of obtaining feed was the reason for prompting the sale. Mr. Mitchell expects (o crop nbottt !U)i) acres of the ranch next year. hit Co h.i man prop., riy f way peace pro; > nn-i! You N.. i'.d C .1 cad lo:^ C'lmvlia iat. i rc.e � :i 'K 1 i" s IS WORRYING TO THE GERMANS. There is still no >'.�.: �! �r Atr.. ri-tap. firm- or r.he Ix-rra;:-.e fror' Trie (j'"rrT...ns :-.re a'..irrri"d !y lV.� ..�.:r...!i� calm or. a part of the h.'. :: -.h. - � t!,.-y know there n-.u.-r. hur. Ire ? of thou-amis of fin" f-.eh!:;:.* :::--ti v....f. inc the word to go forward. They b.ive h".-r, rjidir.g t-.t f a', -r.g Jxvraire fr.-t-.t. w!:!oh mirht cat great {>,->r:.!.ir. '-.- i �' '.v.:r. .-. p. s" c h i. i: ::..�": h- '-*..'.  (:;;. �".-> ! as :- !' ' t . re i,3 jr.'i farce ...t-.-s to pet b mi fo-ir y. ark To mi H- ..l-� ':.'V.: ves (7 ana da p.:-' r- tp w than -� r '.!:'' ':t-p ' '' -'�� ! ' pi' :\rr> '. hef-re the war. He : ': h '�;-��;�'.�> ! ! ;  N 'oti r.r.kiy tha; wi.-h-? the  V.'iT v , }' �'> P" p :''�: 'f p., - cpo;> a - 'i> ,-vr to.it then h ,, ,.,,r>. � "v* v \ ': !- -.'.'y !:. worJ.- hh" -he-e. ".v .  - ' ' ;" '. �' !: on. '\'. 1� ' c ( A t'l r.'..-h and car.': rev !v  ' '. : � '. i:-..--'..!r^ ::, I'.... ' ' 0 X the � - c *. 1 Sar! Ac;.:ient. Ar.i tv..:.' . -T " '* , i "I v '^.lirr.'.'r-.i',-.' ! ! i1 a' the At!:p Carap-'li.in khhrd ; t THE WAR WORK OF THE SALVATION ARMY. (>' S.-.Mir lay th- citur-i-.s of i.�'h-lirid--..- are to he (:-,.:. ..:> o;.p.i:: ..-ji'y -d .,1 ! until l>- asV:- f .r :::-rcy " Wch-lr i out 'hat kind of a � in Pi-'a.n .�'.louhl.-r 11 to 111' t to �A V I'.- 'I'..! WOst generous assi-tanc* On- t,:>ly \ �� t!�a war, the world woi'.d Iie.'ds to vi-i' the war Zone t-v.-h hur- ' r'iH fai- war, :.t:d t..- il-ir-ti ri.-dly, to quickly reajl^e, that tie- i U-!ay would he growiutt t.p t� ic- the V. SI. C. A., the Knights of Colum- -'ddi-.-.-, of :(,r::o.-.-o',v We mi: ; h.iv-bu-. and the Salvation Army, liavo . a p-ai - 'hat means :.o yj. u a jior-i-considerable to do with maiti'.iirii.'.g j liili'y To avoid it t,c-rnia:.> a. ;,t the spirit of our fightiiur m.-n. As far ; I'*' thoroughly i.-oum-id. u- Fratic Is Concerned th-'e org&ni- 1 ar- aj -olaco to the in�-ii in thr many trials i that beset their iir- in tip; tr.-nche=. We do not hesitate to urge our people to give liberally to the Salvation Army appeal. Later on (here is to bo an appeal for the Knight- of Columbus, a worthy cauao, too, about which we will have more to say. In connection with the Salvation Army war work, it i before our people the following state meiu made by Raymond B. Kotiduk nig a bridge liown iu ':..ir !: t- th-:.! Mr *',�,: - p: v.-.....v.K favorably, it: - ipit . i::p.A'n ',,�:�.\.;er the a; iii will lm ail.-.ci'a'c -t not. Cets Three Months. Osi W.dn.-dav alheriioon Arthur >''ip.\a:i bfoiu'iit a lop.l ,,i v-ioat. I-:1-., i a-h-1 i to ; !..� :b- aio.i-.-d. Is y. av,- of in'c , -.:,:�'.'..-,! the wring m :n to 'br--ti. p'h- h.iid lahor at:d oi-u of court . Red Crosi News. \ 'Ph.- }.. ,t II- I �':,- '.u.Tig r- I n.....: Tie- f. ! Pr,'. pi.g v.oii; was handed si:: 1 , itit pyjaina- l.> Mr-. Ma:i-h;;.".|': �" knitted I.e �� .-loth-, Mrs, i'ii.ipo't ; :: htpt'ei , lotbs, Mr-. Il.o|.!.,.-.; '_ dav -bin -, Mrs Itootli; 1 p...." knirp-d M.-i Mills; 1 .-nit ks. Mis Muii.-I toe,.Is, Hue; i t li'licll , have added, that the allies stiil have ( ^ Mrs. Orr; It to-.vels, Mrs. j well to place i atilln(lan(;(J -0 spii{l'. p.m. Secretary of War Maker to invest.- j ,.vfcr ha,j A country that can raise ; School is in s--slon in ib.' .biir.ii 20 to '.'a buihelg to the acre, crops, i each day. The Salvation Army specializes on I !th'il�,1�a- 1 -a- remimied ,,: ;i .,.-xol doughnuts. The aim of the organizi- | sl'ark in l.-.-sdville i,, ,,. h,. had tion is, if possible, to put a worker \ hold out a big band for a ki'lius ae and his wife in a canteen, or a centre, j ha(1 i( KlUrl; iM til(1 top ()f j Kiliuliy 'lie gut his bank r,'."..h'l dona- � --\,-- j lion from on" of ou." n-turiieit .soldiers. ! Thi- siiort but point.-.! I.'.or about ' ,'"r'-v v-'e'"l! Mr- Watson ha.-i had-., ,, , i ,. , If-i-i band ii.iorm.it.on in regard to the Miuealmg appear, in the .s.-.v 1ork.,,.,i;; .!l(!,,;!. ,,,. ,,,,,,.,, ,, Wi:r !in,, \ Sun. -On r-.-ad-.tig in the 'com' that | ,nil, ; ,,,.,,,(.1, ci.doi,.-.. (he action of: in.ii-'naiit , th.- ).;W�aui(td over our heads with a j in thi on.'' tame ! bel'i �he j I wo |ll i l/liel-n of war. i j I- v.i!,1 take at leii.it -: I'm to .- upport I | our tv.o pri.-oners. I'll as.s, remember I' iliai ilo.-e :io\s are depending on our -ii|i;iori lor ih.-.r phyi-i-a! evistenre. Tb-r-l'.i! '� iii.- local :-oeiety is a-k:ng ' ,:'.,:� '"�' nun and women Ihroughoiit 1 in- 'hi :up,on district io give .-'S.IKJ I , e. . '�� ,i. i(i/i' iiiishel of wheat. W  ' i � i t 'p. i . ach iu.liviiiu.il will ' � "'.Pi lie. 1 li'-a. lily io i'll.- pi-oje.-i j .'-a -i kid : o .,o ,.o J Ui.p'el. ){Mj nan,..'., and IS 1 orce T^OPv fifty years the Teuton peoples have heen trained, dis-ciplined, whipped, into servile cogs of an implacable military machine, by which is' maintained the Prussian doctrine of might, and the Kaiser's autocracy. The Teutons deny themselves, they make sacrifices, because they are trained or forced to do so, but they do it. The peoples of the Allied nations must make great sacrifices and tremendous efforts in order to defeat the enemies of freedom, but because they are free peoples it is left largely to the individual to say what or how much self-denial each will practice. So if freedom is to prevail individuals must make voluntary sacrifices which in the aggregate will be greater than the forced sacrifices of the enemies of freedom, The measure of your love of freedom is your willingness to deny yourself so that the strength of the nation for war effort will be increased. This self-denial must take the form of money-saving-thrift. Each person knows in what way he or she may tavc. The national need says you must save, but free Canada leaves it to you to say by what means and to what extent you will save. Now, it is for you, each of us, everyone of us, to say how much patriotic endeavor, how much loyal sacrifice we will make by saving our money, by "doing without" so that each day will see a surplus to add to our own and the nation's strength. No matter how small the surplus it is important because each saving is an effor1 made, and many small individual efiori make the mighty national force. Published under the Authority of The Milliliter of Finance of Canada. ;