Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
page foihr tiif. r.r.TimHincr. daily iTF.rat.d TMl:RSOAV, SKI'TKMRKn 12. 191R Ictbi. ri&oe, Bltocvta IMPRESSIONS ORGANIZATION IS WONDERFUL BARONS HA DAILY ANl) WEEKLY Proprietors and Publlahcr* TH1 LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-INO COMPANY, LIMITlir II 6th Street South. Lethbrldg* W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance - - BuslneM V�CH� One of llu.' outstanding nnprcssior .a: lioil nwav :rom the war .vce i i that "of tllo marvellous org.;::.. 1 (ion. !*Vw of us ever -u*u]rr what ir mean-' to * ie'; TlLKPHONEt Buslncia Office .......... Editorial Office .......... 1111 13*4 ubecrtption Rate*I P�!!�. dellvnred. per weak Dally, delivered, per year ..... Dally, by mall, per year ......$4.0* Weekly, by wail, per year .....$1m Weekly, by mail, per year to TJ.8..U.m Da tea of expiry of mbicrlptlona appear dally on address label Acc�pt-anc� of pnperj i.tte. explraU-� aate U ur authority te continue the lub- ciipUoo. 1 mill feed '. to s'.ipp'o-of v..11- wit; i i- done, ail i When up � ' nu'ti. you � ; yon -":' ;'!; opera; ing : fi'Hit' from tnil'iions ul mur.u take uicii. , to tts.ic�.*.i:ie� you see i a r �� :�!; Tho Cass ad inns are routine f�w day;. � report? rr, front. , the iron' ' Mo*! of ns know it mm..; ; ; from '.'.'(' b.is" and 1" if-is to tho front by every conceivable moans of frsn-- ; port, mostly motor lorries and nil',- . : ro.ni. At th* f"on" yon t';i" up-. ; munition dump?, and the supply do- i pots and yon know that ib'so b.avo ; > bo replenished voRir.arly avd ' t'-TiiHtii-al!y. You st.iTt M mov,- b:io;; and yo'.f mco: tho Iorrt i f.iO'l for th>> nion. Yo'i k'-op m.� v;;iu-and yon .-til! *iioot '':-.�> .. � inc .i'oik th� road sn a'.m -n -Mid-!.-�; procession. Then you pet to t l�as-i and you reach tho spot w;:of-tho profession bOKins. Ynu are t:>t;.'ii I to a bakery, thflt wa days. ,\nd yon are -o'd ti;;;-\ hundred* of thousand.' of !oav-!bi.."id, are made here e\-iry day "r.'ei'tive I cr.v.tn.!. tuontri. lVn'o' p to the l:!i.'s. of many f\~ with mo.'.: and LET THE AUTO HAVE A REST ON SUNDAY. To conserve casoline. tno.-t Important in �'ar �.vlnnirtF. antoniobiie owners are tirped to keep tiielr cars in the jcarace for a few Sundays. It i-not a command.-, it Is a re.;-,ie-: Sim-day ivlll tell u war effort. The ("nit'id .State" had autoler-.s Sundays and we n letter from a (\mtie.' io;;r ,-iiy ttie i otif-r d;-.y lu which the statetrent was con- id ay and ifnrj has | ? a w i i tion for f'�odinK made that n it an auto v.-a: the streets the previous 5enn on Sunday. Will Lethbridse "nave the same, record this coniinc Sun aegreKHto themselves from j other people and eend their children j to nchoola, where they do not come j In contact with other children und Tho Huns may sub the "hip: they don'i K�t the noldlers. R "*PICKED UP IN-* PASSING r/B BVSY MAN To Aid in Re-ostablislimonti I.nnc! MuMors \"isit Town Lieut. I'ol. A. 1-;. (i Mclsetuip, l>.S.O. of (.'ampboliton. N.S.. was , killed in action. Colionrs's new public school, a � � splendld'y constructed building, was : I'orni.i lly opened. i | llordon Hole, sou ot \Y. \V. Hole, i fornievly propiietiu- of the Moose j ,l:>w Hi'in; t'o., was K11 � i in action. I London Normal School ami Adrian ] white melal has been mined in Hrit-' Mm-lhumld. M.A.. of tbo Toronto lull lnl.oil j l.v in the nnij;libi>iht>ml or I'l'liiii'ton. to the r.lnfl of flic 1'elerboro Normal i - .School. Miss Hose Lymb, of Arthur j -|-w,, jjrlmiford clei'Kymon liave has been appointed to the slaff ol'!-: !;:'�- !";> :� ); organ-..-.- 1 ' �- '.y w-'.'11 r �' c a r i ' - -viM elect iv:- -o : o- h�-ti;d-.! ar.-! pr i In-' of t!:e ob ir'tt'-d �:� of -h- ill- ill this line of business in the prov-. ince. The Saskatchewan farm lands board x ii.is'o.nied about f.'.Oi'o.oiiii to farmers ! J. M. McCutcheon. HA, li.Paed.. tips year. Over i.oeo applications j is 'lie new civil service commission-have been received and the total | er for the province of Ontario, at a, Hii'.oimt applied for is .jts.niiii.ouo. . sulury c.f $fi.oibi a year. He had been | - I engaged in ediu-ational work in Si. Thomas Speirs. agent, ::0. was � Thomas. Stratford and London. ; drowned in deer Hay, near Peter- 1 - I S5 and under...................... 3 cent* boro. when the canoe in which ho i The candy and ice cream cone fac | Over $5 and not exceeding $10........ O and Ceorgo Welch, a 1 J-yar-old ; tory of Peter Williams. Winnipeg. : " $10 " " $30.......'.10 " r.'itlibor. were fishinc. up-rt, more 1 "lis ordered i liysed down and bits'; " $30 " " SSO........15 " larw t.'uiii a 'jiiarter of a miie t'roiii rdiore, i ness suspended by the Canada Food j PLUS REVENX'K STAMPS ,,, ., ,. ~ , , lu- had been fiui.ituT - 'Lethbt'idgc Branch.....R. T. Brvmner, Manager 1 ne ring that was used at tnc i itig the business without a ln-i-nse .v; � . . . - . �� marriage of pev. w. ii 11 Kiiiott. of, ~ . Warner branch......J. H. 5. Gordon, Manager Milk River Branch......J. V. Steele, Manager ever-.* week of ev-ry ihts bread is moved i And this is only one b.ik"r;es. And so it ���� from ...r to ocean and across '.i'.e i iianip-1 it at once fiuii= its place at. the ba-e and then day by day it is moved a'long to e gur.s and tile men. We rarely thin!; of th!. iir,-;iii;.:.i- \U n::o I al 111 o si'ii'h'-::! f'.ev siw f.fty mil. bou" iorv Mmr.::: �. wh,;;i t;-. Mr.' M' 1-is di^tr S:i"ir .'.,�.� Mr. V, ger c.f t'c As^iir.iu, , � uir-iitt"-Lanti Mucters. ::�.. a . -. i.'t- ! - ".-.iff.:, '.-..ivtig r t'.-'t fir-: good --rop* '. ' .o::" jourti' v v.-.'re ,iti >u" !).r -got), other >� -d - ''-.ro'lgh v- i.--, i h..... irar; i. .s!!y Q'.iesn.-l, and .Miss 11. K M. Ward was mad-- from a Cariboo gold nugget and w.i-i th^ gift of t:ie Women's as. so'iicion of tho revert-ml genil.'mau's Paris'.;. The wooden ship lu "1 hiving record was broken at the tlray's Harbor Motor Ship Corporation yards. Wasii-.ii^to.-! state, in seconds being the of-fi".;:. fitue. Tiie best previous time for placing a wooden k"ei was II seconds. i i � - else- 'A"�'�^Itankhead as a mining camp must li" or.,, of tiie best behaved little ;ol"tir:d �;'� 'I't-.ur- i ii'.gli i Oil!- Avtrage CO Qttsncls. L:--.if. Robert Da.-r. only son of the hit.' itobei-i i;,u-r. uov'dl-t, was killeil .u action on August z~. Lieut, liarr went to l-'rance in i;.; j with the Se;t-forlh Highlanders, and wa- later g-.ven ,i commission in a Uowtuvr bat- � � �!->-. Permits for ih,. i oustruction of liii buildings at tin aggregate cost of JttS.'.tir.it were Issued In Winnipeg during August. Permits for the first eight months nf I'.'ls aggregate T47.;uiii and provide for the construction of l.ol I buildings. Inspector (!. S. Helcher. in charge of Dominion police carryitu; out the work of the department of j native under the Military Service act in Saskatchewan, is mentioned as one of the officers who will command tho K N'.W.M P. cavalry si-uadioii now being mobilized for service in Siberia. Lieut, .lames Heeson. who for seven years, with the exception of over two years' -service overseas, has been , cadet Instructor at the Collegiate In- j stiltite at St Thomas, has resigned, i and Is at present in London to qualify i for the position of in-tnnior of Do! minimi Police. j _ i Thomas Clarke. Ji.A . Principal of I Klgin Street School. Ottawa, ha;'.' been appointed to tin- staff of thoj The Farmer-Banker Alliance You to vour lawyer for legal advice; to the doctor for nicdical advice; why not to Tho Mcrcham? Bank for financial advice ? If you wnnt a loan to buy cattle- hogs or equipment-if you want information as to how to invest money come to those who make a iiiisinoss of financial matters, and are in a po�ition to give you iound and impartial julvice. TM? M?RCHANT5 BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Ettabli�h�d 1864 lk1hbr1dgb branch, . . r. j. niNNINCJ, MaV.tf.r. V. A. I'Rl-IU.Y, Acting Manajar. M. A. kili'atkick, ActinjJ Mana�er. MONARC/I 11RANCH, NOHLHFORU JIRANCII. a: s His!: and ; Well' tn ti) ui and guns i -t: t phi. Mil of .ni.t.'il. in the but when iias-'d i* war-�one need for tarn. e'lllg will br \n hie ('amp- a contribution to th" winning;*,)! thc j" M-ar. Nothing else hut th.- winning of tbe war should concern us. In Britai.1 auto ownora know wiia'. sacrifice means. A yilrate'.y owned ear 'is aerer seen on the str-ets or roads there now. Sundays and all other days of tho -week. Th� only curs thai ran obtain petrol and be operated in Britain are automobiles engaged in some I form of war work. Thousands u; pr'.- ' must ('(infonii to our laws, use our vnte cars have been locked up in ling- | language and share with tiie Ifsh garagus for u year or more. ! of us In the defeiu > of our country. They can't be used at ail for they nro ! If they won't become Canadian-:. In not yjurmitted to buy petrol. Petrol ! practice and principle, let them go Cue your legs instead of Hie car on Sunday. but Poor Russia! it. after the through ? Wiiat will be left of Holshevil.i rule 1-, I Any organization that helps the sol- . ., . 'tier in Franco U worthy of our help where they attempt to teach another j ()Vfir 5li,re _ " 1 language and refrain from acquiring I _' knowledge of the language of the country In which they are living. Wo are referring to the Mennonites. Alberta has great reaouroaa to develop and it needs people to develop them but its rusourees can -wait lor development rather than we Ihould permit to enter the country mil occupy our laud people who ars not prepared to as.�i)me all the obligations of citizenship and become assimilated through language and eus-iotus as Canadians. Thero was a rather dangerous intimation In our Raymond correspond-enca the other dr,y, where mention B"as made of a movement to .segregate these people In a distinct school district. If these people are here to Itay then they iiiuut not be sobt"-jated. The only way u> make L'ana-lluns out ot them is to mix them up rltli other Cunatliatis. A segregated ichool district would mean a Men-joiilte school liisirict wliere an at-MmipV^'oudl ha made to tcHCii I lie- Haron HhaughnejHy was warmly welcomed m Fort William. If h... is looking for a warmer welcome he should take a run over the Cardston lino. v tl,e li.i-.O'-s , �:'!'-. a -,v.- - War work his tak. n ::1 eotrguuntty for some tint 'he j'ar.senag.' was pur.-' fep. t!;->t ta-f - was a the Lad '-' Aid Org.: The f -1" -1 bus;:i>-iield the home of ; K It �!�� '-ig'rf Uiii"s west ot town, on Friday :ifl"riinon of this week, at V, o'clock. Th-- officers nf tie Ail ir":.....Presi- dent. Mn. A. f'anipie 11: s.'.-re'ary, Mr- Cooper; ir-^iiii:!, Mrs.. Hansen Growth cf Church. . T'l'.de" 'he I .! rs!ii\i of the jinw nt!t)i*t�r t'.!� cliiin h is fast getting into j.c ,-ir.d- as an iti.-.t i' u' ion thai has eotiittiurCf" icelfare � iiet-t. '|'i|e free library, whicli is Ic'-pt in the office to Uie r>-ar of tiie church is becoming so popular that the librarian lias had to , semi an application Cor an additional ; fifty books. For the benefit of those : who havy: not yet got in touch with th'- i :,; > it may be said tlin*. books) luay be bad on Saturday night from 7 ;;.i to I" o'clock, and on Sunday night ' at't'-r the service. There is no charge1 for I;� e-nv.viiig. We are forunat.- in having secured tiie s.-rv.'i on S.inlay. September 22nd and on Votilav :!i" rytrd. Watch the r>r"-.-: foi- liirlin : aMjoiinreini-nts. We mwt. in '!i":>'.' da'..-, .ou'crvi.- rhibi life. Parous jfl in Hie vanguard of tiie movement. Il Is reported ti'.v :ii-' White Lak" pe.,|,)e ar iiiive been working very hard, j and ihc- i'loioughly deserve Hie con- . gnu illations which liiivu bfen extend- i ill. | Mr. aud .Mrs. Teddy Wiijclicombe | are expecting to leave VVItmifred the : ! la.-t of Si-piember lor Cliilliwack, P.. � C., ".ic .'.. they will resi'oi in future, j 'I'liey alieady, It. is undurstnoil, have >\ home await nig them tliore anil they ! c.Vfieci to aiari ie. '-liiiesy oil Oelobfl" j Jiiilh.