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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page four the r.ETHnmnr.e wait/y herald saturday, september 14, 1018 Xerijbr.&oe, Hlbcrta ( DAILY AND WEEKLY. / ______ Proprietor! and Publlehem |THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED Ml 6th Street South, Lethbrldge W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director toon Torrance  � Business Manner IMPRESSIONS WHAT BRITAIN HAS DONE TELEPHONES Business Office .......... SkUtorJa) Oltlct .......... 1JS1 IU4 Subscription RatMl cally, delivered, par week ,,.�� .It Dslly. delivered, per year . ....IS.M tHi\j. by mBtl. par year ......M-0� Weekly, by mall per year .....Il-M .Weekly, by mall, per year to TJ.a..|J.O* Dates ot expiry of subscriptions aa> J dally on addreai label Accept-nee o( papere rite, explratiin uets li ur authority to continue tie subscription. What has Britain done In the war1? Wo might rest Its cz~c on the state-wnt that It has contributed wh\0M liver and Jl.flUV'flO.UOO In loans to allied nations, in addition to boaring the great expense of Its own part in the war. There is nothing to apologize about in tlioso figures. A poom contributed l>y I-'. B. Hod-gin?, appeared in the New York Herald. It's title was "What lhis Britain Done," Here it is: What hits Britain done.' Kept the faith and fought the fight i--art ont of Germany bofoi .� li'K has p.is�oi| into oblivion, t;,, up (-0 r'.ydo and you will bo awnhotied. Tlioro la no move nctivo spot in the iv.-rid todny than the banks o:' this river. Now ships ltl,l everything else frpm view. The sithtnnrvte c-.ay be taking a heavy toll bit; !;o isn't ruining the inereautile fleet, by anv means. Then let n This ha* Britain dome What has Britain done? On every front, her flag unfurled. Fought a world-war round the �vorld; Then, when all is said and done. Ask her nllfes. ask the Hun. "What has Britain done?" What has Britain done? For her slain Britannia weeps- .-'he might ho.iM who silence keeps. But. when all is done and said, i'all the roll and count her dead. And know what she had done BritMn has done all that-anil in .  r I achie men � nt. h-1 a remarkable merat hut Britai trv. lit--. rohimns effort. er.u-The Herbert McCormnck was killed In an auto accident at Arnprior, Ont. A British brigadier general. V. W. Pox. was drowned in France, while bathing. Tho Dominion government will establish an Illustration farm station at Bassatio. an-ldc j Ov ' on . Man A. �r a million dollar-nilitary hospitals will be spent at Tuxedo,  � nil'.-' t.-.vri . She ha� nvcf' aossible. She ill-.I HI! 1 "..� 1 !; na!:  u 'i: 11 llelica'.e ]-i ha-; , ed i :i I c ar it;: .truni s'amp "M.e! and ni.ir.y h-carpet -, very on-e the kccui-has organised them skilled, h'e wonderi'til i'. 'prro!- upon The war lia-lep.cleno... Byes are "�do- pr.-.t-� �ual-salice. otT.amctits  scien! i''ie hoar the v " Twine ii h a ; -"air Ray. accountant of the Bank of ''oiiimeree* >>;-(.!i. lias been tr.ins-felled to Senttle. dinner M. H. Scott, son of the late Uev. M. H. Prott. ot Manntotik, Ont., died of wounds. l.leut. Hugh Livingstone, son or Police Magistrate W. - available are in Sections if the wet far away from traniport.v.i.-in fac;litie( Soldiers' setllenieiit. upon the land is an Important problem. Farms will not iittraet the holdier-. iir.h-=s they are close to railroads and to settled com-immits- ' !' i- only by ao.piiring t!;e iile lands, held by speculators, that �we can expect :o solve till? problem. It may app-ar at first glance to be ft heavy financial undertaking but If handled judiciously we think that phase of the question, need not concern us too much. The government could take over the land at an arbitrated valae and arrange for payments over probably twenty years. ]t could then turn around and dispose of this land to an actual farmer, on 1 ty. Not only i the same terms. The farmer's annual i troops but it Jiayment on the land acquired would Jueet the obligation to the speculator nml at tho end of twenty years the farmer would own the land outright ftnd the speculator would be paid off. The government would merely stand behind the deal, as an endorser. Should the Dominion government more Over here we oeea.-i .r.al'.> across the critic who doubts win Britain is doing its utmost or His doubt wo-aid be ejuickly ret:: were lie to visit Britain. His would be opened and he would transfer his activities from a o 1 :p to r! le .'iil in .Miss S. Kouc! hie Stratford Pi -taff. is leaving upon missionary Approximately I'.r.i'O employees of the Ford Motor Company of Canada will benefit by the new Sfj a day ! wage scale for eight hours, of l'etrolia were ; __ by mutual agree-! The Ontario Government has de-is having decided 1 elded to take over the road from | Grafton to Belleville as a provincial I highway, about October 1st. und.iy servi for -erne I;,' school i a month time on teaching to enter rk in China. i Right Rev i bishop of th trol k ! I.ieut. B Ahrah. son of C. A. Abraham of tiie Van .�Oliver World, ii.f been ati airplane nccident in of Winnipeg. wounded in Scotland. '.,1. but of slowness for it is gettin;; thl done on a big seal" Fmjclnml had a small army In lf"ll. Sh" lias raise,l aU ; of six or f even million -;m � ; Lloyd cleo'ge in a not ah'...- -pe-. h : In duly said;-"If th- Fulled Stif-*', of America were to :.!.- -j.-.e .instance have American 'roop-. v. h � are being brought across the A-'i: , tic fh thousands every we-k. le-,-:: lost. Aii'l so it is with AtHtr.hl.i. j New Zealand. South Africa and India 1 | England's fleet Is a guardian of safe-ha- It escorted th-has kept tho trade routes open and Britain and Franc-and Italy and Belgium have been fed and munitioned. No wonder th- viil-. or to the grand fleet feels moved to a prayer of thankfulness when he see� a sea dotted wPh ships of nil klnd�. dreadnoughts, cruisers, destroyer-and submarines. These are the ves- '.bout !- no: a vigorous do hi !(r:t.-� be- UNDBRECK MAN KILLED IN ACTION S Captain A. H. Nash, of Kdmonton. A former tennis champion of Alberta, who is how overseas with the Mh battalion. C.R.T., has been awarded the Military Cross. Rev Pierre Bernard do Lorn was inducted as recto;- of the Church of St. .lames at Fcneion Falls and of St. IVter. Township of Verulam, by Bishop Sweeny of Toronto. Mi-s Flomlng. for more than six years Victorian Ord-r Nurse at Gait, ihaa been.promoted to bo assistant ! Mipi'rlot'.mdfn'tjJ! $ho Victorian Order ' of Nurses in OfTKwu. Francis Silas Ohatard. Indi.Tnapolis diocese of the Roman Catholic chur�h, is dead, after a lingering illness, aged >i4. Major Rainsford 11. Winslow. who If ft Victoria as a lieutenant with the 4Mb battalion in H'lii, lias died of wounds. lie formerly wa- engineer to the harbor commission of Vancouver. A resolution memorializing the government to suppress all publications anil news matter printed and clrcu-la'ed in the language- of foreign cutittf r:e.i wa- passed by the Gictl War Veteran* at Winnipeg Captain Fran'-U Cromle, OS o. whoso murder at Petrograd has called forth from tho British govenun-nt .it urg-nt demand for reparation by the Snvle' government, was on- of il.r ; (irs�. UritlsD s-.ibmarlno officers. St. Austin s Church (Corner 2nd Ave. and 8th Street) William .1 Harris, former elialnnan tiie fe-i-ral trade eni-.imls don. ho.-e candidacy was endorsed by ld�nt Wilson, swept Georgia In t!i�- r'. natorial Depiocrntie pr'marie*. ��pf :i at I.i-i Cap: 1> i in II A. INFANTRY led In Action: M ' ;. Aha.: I.i-ut I M. W. Wre.-h'. ho C, C. I'.r.., kii'i. i"is i S Moore. M '" Krg Sf.-vvn:!. lhifi-�:id; M.iion A. V U'... 1 M "aUe Th." Palac r-.o-o. , lop's Prip.cnss JBneh room. Crystal  lunch room. Patricia lunch .in! te.c lunch counter in Dun-Iru.t siore. all iu Winnipeg, for At Hegiiuv "Per Courli language v.eekiv which lication last w.-ek in deft he opinion will app, "The Courier" putili Hsh language and thorouglily liri'i-h in every way acenntiiig to the state jne:.t of Conrad Kymann, the editor. n ticrman ea.o d pub ieferellie to puh :ir next week a-heil In th.' Kng- Rally Sunday The summer holldflys being over, every mrmbrr of the congregation In asked to he In his or her plncn tomorrow A GENERAL INVITATION la also given to all who are not attending any other church We will welcome you. Wo wish you to tome. Our Kmplre Is hghting for fundamental realllles Is there a chance nf winning that war nt the front nnd losing It at home? The clinic h Is, or i-hould be, the fort ress of thet-e realiths, and everyone-who feels the worth-w liile-m-ss of the war i hoiild eertaluly go to some church ' o-Mengthen the fortress, be stri'iigtheneil In Ir.i b.l'ef in tl....... lealltleM. and worship the God of all thut Is real nnd true You arc cordially invited to St. Augustin's Church, TOMORROW. SEPTEMBER 15TH 1' a.T -/.30 p.m. rro mit th., Cap: Euceeed in ac'iuiring the undeveloped | gels and thoso are the men upon land in Western Canada, it will have j them, that have saved tne world from conferred a benefit upon the whole country and solved tho land settlement and transportation problems for many years to come. � Hon. Hr. Bel&nd has a wonderful story to tell. He had almost four years' experience as a war prisoner i the month of June alono phlps of German oppression. If Hrltain had done nothing else than maintain that fleet as a guardian of civilization It would have done more than any other nation. For four years ths tea has been patrolled by the British fleet L: the Lie R L".tid-Si Mill.C ; Ont ; Lieu- (Art-hr.'land; ��, out ; ; Lieut. Man.; .; 1.- u' it M. .1 Plough. I.-idy- : m M 1 In Germany. Lethhrldge is favorad In having a visit from this distinguished Canadian. Hon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L Slftori, t>'. Calgary, are expected Jn the city In a lew days. Just a social Item from the Ottawa l'reo Preau of one day last week. Evidently the Minister of Customs Is itill a sphinx for he was In Ottawa at 'ho. time the hem appeared and has aot been out of the capital all Bummer. Tho Toronto News prints an article, on "Tho Popularity of the Bagpipes." Mnl then the Orlllla Packet says--"Now a Btep or two farther, and let uk have a dissertation on the 'Popularity of the Germans.' " "The Popularity of tho Packet" will 1>b In tjueB-:iou now with the Scotch, who will he. porriflad tij havo tho dear old bagpipes associated with the Kaiser. The Grain Growers' Alberta's premier very vhon it says: Mr. Stewart Is a practical and Jiird-headed farmer, who by tho pro :osa of Selection has come to tho premiership of Alberta. ,IIh Is ncrt u '.iowery orator, nor Is ho a finished politician; but lie seems to posses* a rugged honesty of the kind that is loaded in politics these duys. We M*U %l*.�r� 4BJ \on urauira. and all diat lort �f CbtHj VTtw '.'>"'� mile The majority of American troops landed In France have been carrie \ on British ships, nnd the�e s'nips have been diverted from other servie,fo: this purpose. The land offensive of the Germans might have been dlsas- j trous, but a �ea offensive would be | declslre. This la what tho British \ navy has prevented. "1*nle*s the ; Allies had been completely triumph- ; ant from the outbreak of tho war at j sea, no effort on land could have | saved us," declared Lloyd George In i the speech mentioned. Britain ran abort of isun.i and nni-i nltlons early In the war. It was then ; Lloyd George forged to the front. | Britain won't run short again. She ; may have been a little slow then but I t=he hag apeeded up since und all over | Britain, In city, town and villago, i there are munition factories, ami j treat factories, v.hcrc guns largo and ; Brnall are being made. Men and ' Guide sizes up ' womon aT(i ou 'ho J0'1 ever,'where ! accurately ' ""^ Tommv itnows nosv ho wilt nev.ii * j run short of shells or gun- hi-caus- j nearly every other per-aon Is unpaged in maklriK thum for him back at home. ] It la an oft used itxpi�i-.-,loii but it ' Is very apt in this Instance "Britain Is a hive ot industry." Take air pianos as an Instance. They are making them almost everywhere, and It Is h safe guess that there will be a fleet of planes, bigger ihae the world haa y�t knowu, bombing u.e :'"iit -.t A W Mil:'c.tl;. Vict. I.lov i, M.C . Montr.-u M.i-oii. Vn toria; Serr-t. A.m.. Aha Died of Wounds: !' 1! SI. : smith, Ii c ; S. . -�� '.'.' ii V g..ry; C. Ii II-:.-i. -..on. ( Aha ; ih It R-iIe. \ .,ti. ouve Walker. Vaiieouve:-; l.i,-:it. 1) son, Amhe-s*. N S ' l.i.-u' A ( Ne'.ll. Scotland. Presumed to have died: J'* A her:, Burtonvill-. Aha Missing: hi.-ut C K. Kin'.oa. vilb-, Out Prisoner of War: 'apt. F W. I >!-.mark, N S. FOR DfllLLIANT SERVICE Par:-. Sep: II C-:i Ih bony has I Hub-en raised to �:;.. >U;;ni�y of grand 01-fi-.-r of the I.e-'ion : Wide. lie :vestiga'lon'i ap- has anil William Duncan, apostle of the famous Me'l-katia MlHHlonary Si-hool for many y.iura, died at Metlaknila AlaaltJ, from apoplexy- Futher Duncan, .vlu> wua known throughout southern Ala'fca, was Ml years of age. He was born in'Beverly, Kng. Sixty-one year- ugo Kttther Inincan went to hriti-h ( ohimhla and became a iais-ioitary among. tlir- Metiakatla Indian-, near Port Himjumi. A d.s-: a>:ieeiaeii- w,;h tho Dominion govern-nneiit, howev.-r, raui'.ed him to take hi:, followet to Annute Island, Alaska, which pi-hdent Grovor Cleveland , re-ei veil !or !hflil. Otte grath, fu'-i io'i'.io pointed director of Nov.t S-otia aiel X powers giv-n hi;u power to make all inquiries respecting wages, holidays,! At the Halifax branch of G.W.V.A. hours of lakor. tho utilization of lal.-or | Major |;u. hanau of the Penaions to the hev. advan'ape, and respectltu; I 0V lather. orthy cases. A second -. passed recommeuding v. auce now paid to dis-1 soldiers also bo paid �d soldiers who aro pen-have a dependent mother CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block. 7th Street . Sunday Service at 11 a.m. Subject: "Subetance." Sunday School convenes at the oIohu of tho Sunday morning service. Wednesday fevenlna, TcuUmooy meet ing at 8 p.m. The reading room is open dailjt oi. rept Biwdaya and legal holidays, from li to 6 p.m. Here, the Bible and authorized Christian Science literature may be read, borrowed or purchased. The public is cordirdly Invitod to attend tho church services, also to visit the reading room. Wcaley Church , R*w. Chas. E. Cragg, B. D, Pattor. Residence 320 ljth St. B. Phonet: Parsonage 404, Church Study 408 Clayde Hutjhet, L.A.B., Mus. Director 11 a.m. MorniuR Worship Huliject;; "The Joy Bringer." ', 12 noon Bible .School and Bible Class j es. Promotion noxt Sunday All to be promoted are urged to be present tomorrow. ', 7.15: b^ong norv!ce of old.familiar go i�� pel hytmiH. 7.-0: Kvenlng Service; -The Call of, the Hour or the Awakening We! Need." ! Muslc-.MornlUK: "CotiHlder and llearj Me." Hvenlng: "Hark, Hark, My, Soul." The VVeshy male (juailit will sing morning and evening. BAPTIST First Raptiat Charch Cor. 3rd Ave. and tth �t . Rev. C. Baker, Patter -rvlces win be held morning ant evening, j Morning Service,  Kvetilug Service, ' ! Rev W F Dafoe j surviceM.  Sunday School will morning service. | A hearty welcome Rivt-n to all to meet � with tbi in tltcflc fcervlres. 11 H. nt. ?.'!) PHI will predeh nt both meet after the Chrutian Church ANGLICAN St. Cyprian's Church . Cor. 11tn Street and 8th Ave. South Rev. Canon W. V. McMlllen. Is, Rector Mntin�, U a.m. Kven Kong, 7.;|V p.m. Hov. Mr. Isaacs will take "both services tomorrow, Holy Communion at II o'clock. -Kunduy Hchool nt :i.0O. Adj. and SALVATION ARMY off icert Car. 3rd Ave. ard tth St. 8. Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor 1 612 8:venth Street South Phone 602 | Bible School at 10.30 Bharp. I PrenchlnK at ll.liO. Subject: "Your I Place." Hlvemng. Subject: "Coma and iae." i-. K. at C.45. Miss Collina, leeder. ! Vou nre wulcomu to tho home-like church. "~ pentecostaIT' ' PENTECOSTAL A68EMHLV 205 Thirteenth St. N. Rev. C. M. Neve, PaaHr Det. 387 1�th at. N. Sorvlce� Sunday, 10.SO and' 7.80 p.m. Tuesday And Thursdays, 8 p.m. ' Kvungtllst ,h. j. and Mm, Scott aas'-it ing. A Hrarty Welcome to All, I NORTH In p.m. Mrs. Hamilton, r.haroe. Sunday, 11 a.m., H mid 7.30 Sunday School, ;! p.m. Monday, Thurstlay, Saturday, 8 Tuesday, 7.110 p.m., Corp Cadets. Wednesday, 2 p.m., Homo Loucue. K p.m.: Life Saving KcoiUh und Guards The Cttudel Band iu attendances, Bunday uud Thursday Service* p.m. LETHBRIOOr: HALL GOSPEL (Late r.th Ave. N. BaptlKt Church) Speaker: John Kan. UHu IStJi' St. N. Sunduy .-School 111 pin Subject for Sunduy Kvoniug: "That Heavens and the Earth in Hiatory and Prophecy," from Gen, 1, to Uev. �>� Everybody Welcome, t ;