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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOtH TflK T-r.-giBRIDGK in niiiwij.ii.im. *�.��� DAlIcY HKHALD Irftbbii&QC Ibcralb XctbDri&oc Alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY IMPRESSIONS OUR CANADIAN VOMEN Proacdetora end Publishers. FHB LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-INQ COMPANY, LIMITET m� e�h Street South, Lethbrldga W. A. Buchanan President and Uanacl�* D|r*otor fata Torrance �  Bu�lnot� Manager i tup to provide comforts lor "a. ' It I? a very noeess.u fanadian women have  played a i wonderful part In war effort; they j have certainly surpassed tln* PASSING r�* TB Bvs~ MA� SO AY. SKPTKMBKn 17, 11)18 COALDALE NEEDS A UiVlBER OF THINGS ;S I polite reply. "Lino busy." 4lmost wild i with exits) enitlou, ho sbunined the re-' coiver Into place and said, /"Will Koine-hero drive mo into, I.el hbridge. SprlngB. "t wIhIi tlto Conldnlo F.l'.A. would Ret busy on the co-operative ele-vntor question." he smltf. "It wo hud one here, wu could get the name prices quick. My wife is dying aitd I wiuillo ! nml weights that nm given In lA'th-i doctor, Imt this wreltclied phone . bridge." Tho C. N. It. is having r�fl.n"0 ties oht under contract In the Nelson district. TSLFPHONE9 laalncs* Office ........- Mltornl Offica ........ Subscription Wataai ! DalW. tellvered. per K�ek *?>�'� -JJi Daily, delivered, per year .....�&-W j Dally, br mall, par year.......JJ-W Waekly, by mall, per y��r �J-JJ: Weekly, by mall, per year to T7.S..U.W . 1SS1 111* I appreciate it. Nothing brings more ! cheer to the men In the trencher than , Uie letters and parcel? from the folks ! hack home. They are a my of sii:i-j shine In a life where many cloud* Katt'.er. It Is In providing these rays of sunshine that otir women have won crowns of glory. Greater than all has been the sacrifice of loved one;. ________ the only son. in hundreds of rases. Datea of expiry of mbacxlptioni aa-  hT t;u, mothers of Canada, and don't lear dally on addreas label. )f,t 'f,,rcet also the giving up of th- anca of paper* r.fte. explratuu aate J� 1 . ur authority to continue the iu> husband by the wife, and the lather serlptloa. ; by the children. The sacrifice, in- a----s===----~  deed Is heavy hut the consolation, it THE PROGRESS is real! There is no nobler place to OF THE WAR. die today than In France. l>� we get Serbian forc.es have been heard from tlie visiou. the meaning of the strug-Igaln for the first time, practically j>, We realize that earth's llnce Germany overran t'.i� country greatest heritage- Is In the balance fle-organized tinder allied direction. ;1Iuj t'-..\t cur boys are dying so thrt' 1' is expected that, between Tnii and tu-'H | soldiers will be quartered at Moose overseas. H ts a very necessary and | >��' Anring the coming winter, a very valuable work and the soldier Joseph Miller, seven years old. I'1 Wldiue-r street, was drowned at the foot of Yon go strce;, Toronto. .Tacks an.l Cadet Crape growing Is n siici Forks. lv C. at Grand Itev 11. T. MeClintoek. of Nelson, has declined a call to the United church, of Ferule. Toronto retail milk dc ill not p,i producers. say thov useless" A farmer Ju'si at hand ed his ear and (illicitly; tlie.v dash-! ed out. of sight toward the city. The incident led to quite an luituint- a Telephone (.'Cltt'rul : V* ��i��-�i=�*- t'oaldale. Sept. Id.-A steady stream ,..,,, . ,____ , i of !i)ur-horse teams were haulinit loads . ,th,.r local iicciIh ami opportnnilies. u,!l no. ,m> Ihe increased Pt.ce to tho , ()f fywmU Uay ,nU, roaldaio. , was, asserted that wo ought to have \V P. Iliutnn. of the tliand Trunk Second I,t. H. 1....................., ... ........................... li. W. Hotisfiehl w..r.� killed In an a if-| 1 a,Mf "'� ">'�'^ the western whoat crop I Mnv ( Ui(-(tnti.io of the pi-Ice of material," iiuo-llier man n.tld. And so the cenvei-sntloit drifted aloiiK, nnd touched upon the school fair to be. hehPon ScpUnn was more or.inniontftt i lier Hath next. Everybody agreed that tiie idea |s good. Wo hopo that I hoy will help it with their presence nnd Mine also. Cotno and nnoounigo tho children. It was mentioned that tho'very fine school building wus a credit to the place nnd that It inlKht be used still further for community purposes. Heading rooms, billiard (abler, nnd smoking rooms might, bo installed, so that all the soelul life of tho community might be kept under proper tins pices. All these Ihlngs were talked about and then everybody got Into their Leo St. IVtiis. of Welsh, Altn . sou t Mrs Frank St Penis, formerly K. X W. 1 killed . V si out. ha> been killed in aeti.ui  i:if>l>il>- H. Home Smith, of Toronto, is to; I.ten! be appoint-*! fuel eommiss.ioner for t former Dtitar.'o in succession to U. ('. Harris. ! been k liiisiif-'i'i ot'^llyroii. Out iy bein.s: run ovev by an atito-tn-.ir her home. riias. B Kobinson. M. ('.. a Salvation Armv officer, b.as A tuber ', I.tiuily of �:t from the o large that :t servei', ye for "tie n-.eal v. as t->U warden of an Oxbow ct*:- ; Tli of T. l>an t or they have assumed an offensive on the Macedonian front, with allied troops. They are making progress against the I'ulearians. On the .l/irraine front, the Americans are pre.-'ing forward for a eros sine of the Mojelle river, in sjilte of resistance frotii t'.e Ormans. The Americans have advanced about ten miles since the commencement of their drive, and have taken over 20.'"Oi) prisoners. { The Btitifh are tightening their lines about St. Quer.tln. and are now moving up from the northwest. Senator Prince, fer-d a sli^r.; s'rok days an.i. At |.s*t tion was improving Ha'tleford. suf- : a few co-adi >; para I cnunts those who live tiiay possess liberty and democracy-? If liberty and demo- ��racy are worth more to us than servl-i (. R u ~,m,,,.niiK. .,rr;,,.g comprises ton acres. And then we have brave women ad ministering to (he >ick and wottrol-d at home, in K'ngland, an,', in the war rotu-s. Theirs Is a beautiful life of sacrifice. Far away from loved ones, live to save and help, and cheer our wounded soldiers. They may be In hospital-as most of them arc-- j they may be packing parcels for the I KeJ Cross or tho prisoners of war. j (hey-may ho engaged in V.A.D. work. \ but in whatever form of service they ;are engaged, they are doing thetr "bit." i Without them victory could not be won or tho occasional defeat borne I with brave hearts, i - I Let us enter a little French. city nestling In a valley, with the highly cultivated hillsides of France looking \t the edge of' the A Vancouver has squelched -'n men tl % rt.'.-ed a term. councl .�opnsa: la oamuut'co. that alder-a two-vcar CAN'T BLUFF THE ALLIES. Austria's peace soundings should not be heeded. They are merely Intended to slacken the allied offensive and enable the barbarians to catch their breath and strengthen their re-istance. Austria knows the. sort of a pence the allies demand. If It sincerely desires peace then let H come out in the open, confess its sins and down upon It accept the terms. Those terms are ' city is a collection of buddings, mo.-t-not exacting; they simply demand 1 l.v brick, surrounded by a wall. A'.'ith-that democratic principles shall pre- 1 In these bulUings iv.- will find a Can-vail throughout the world. Austria and adtan hospital. It Is not so far from Germany and Turkey and Bulgaria . th* lines; the sound of th- guns can needn't think that they can bluff the ' he beard, and tho nearness of battle Is allies. Xatioii.s that have deluged the never forgotten because every few world with war. shed the blood of hours of every day an ambulance en-eountless thousands, combatants and � 'aYid l,irl;TS was found on the Ohsw -ken reserve llob-!i?ry was not the motive for his killing, as money was found iti his pocket. The first keel was laid at -Victoria, !?.tjj�c held in Van-1 eouver to protest against the high cost > of livir.j. i ' apt.un only son law firm Toront... Moved Go .-.a B Irving. O.rr. Mr. \V U, Irvinu-, of tiie Kilmer. Ifvlng & IUv; reporte-l tnissing and be-in action. I.lour, (lordoti Wilson Su' das. Dtle. !!-p M.P. l',.r We.T I'oniH-riv of I. -I ::i a. r.~ 1 as a rc-i:!t of .t.otnaitie poi.iou.ng brought on by cat-tig canned meat. ors. Xothlng else will satisfy the world. As long as victory wss iholrs, the Huns kept boasting ultimate domination; now that thoy are being driven" back we must not byed their cries , lor a fifty-fifty peace. It must be a fcondred per cent or nothing. may be bare, but there In.cheer The bright, loving nurses, in their garb of white, pass In and out, ministering to the brave fellcw.i, greeting them with kind and licpeftil words. : rubbing the brow that is fevered. Il j Is not idle to*say. that they are angels I In a world torn xvbh suf'vring. Thee > are t.'anadlan nurses from comfort-� p.bie Canadian homes. They know what war means not only in .-itlnir-] tering to war's victims, but in suffering from war depredation-. At this In this little Freiicli city, many nurses, doctors and attendants. IJy a vote of 4'1 to to. the ratepayers r*. of 1'e.o e uiver town have reject-c. a proposal to grant ti lo-year franc'.iise to a private company to supply tiie town with natural gas. LAW BREA.KERS AND THE OFFICERS OF THE LAW. There seems to bo considerable dis-iatisfartion with the administration of the liquor laws in certain portions cf the province. I�ax enforcement Is , hospital charged by responsible bodies The ��v attorney general must givo th-su ; Sume forty In all, gave up their lives, eoinplalnta serious consideration and i 0n a night not many months ago when Kings-,-,] sit; at a diiitu-.- g v eluding eiev, :i nounced the t; in wages this j war broke out. Miss F!si, c wi.-nt oversea : eome a inn-mechanic and r-i: that work on fan: eet l'ailway Company, | ti to it- employees I in-� oniim toretles i, an-1;rcl voluntary increase eai-, and th.- fifth since I-, a twin, of Hegina. who foe time ago to be--ntaliiied as a motor Mfi-tis,'. She took Up tug tt.f great demand there ers. was in l-hi-i.itai motor driv- Investlgatlon. Inspited by a fltualion , In municipal circles In Vancouver, brought about by a recent murder In that city, the Kamloops Standard-S"�tinel made this very sound obs.er-ratlon; And that b%1n|:s this violation of are bravo; atfll eager to s followlm; critnlim *>"'� timmrM paper v.-hi.-h d.-i.lt ; ... . , .i i with the pos sMill it le - of d';V(d-..--�i:,. i tiops was demonstrated in Kdmonton � tfneii five proprii to'-s of well known .. bo'.ei.c and i-afe, iti tiie city wen charged and found guilty of violations ' of th" act governing the nerving of: meat, on leCa.in day. and. at '-r-ri;i'n ; meals. j ___ j Tim (ugsi-.tioii thai Vancouver Is-! laud should be i-iillcd Quadra l.di.nd was advanced at tt iijirctitig �>!' Die Victoria Hoard of Trade. The mailer came ince, but it is only natural that where j determined afresh that lmost wide open evasion of the law U evident, the porieo should be credited with knowledge that the offence Mists but refuse to deal with 11 Give tho K. of C. huts your support this week. All huts are aa an oasis in the desert to our aoldler boya. W� read that China has elected a new government. What is China anyway, a republic or a monarchy? tlie enemy must not only be driven buck but bo thoroughly punished for hi.s terrible sins. Yes, our women are wonderful. r?o It Is with the women of Drltaln nnd France, ^nd about them wo will have more to aay later. oopiion to (his, and the disc u.;.,ion do voloped into various suggestions being advanced lo prevent Vancouver Island being coiiloundi.'d wbh Vancouver. I^ethbridge's Rod Shield effort was highly creditable. This city hasn't fallen down ou any war appeals. It Will keep up' Its reputation to tho ond. Foch In like a scientific prize fighter; his opponent doesn't know when* ho Is going to land next. It keeps the Him hopping the�n days to handle the allied tttnti-.ts. Now the Macedonian front is beginning to be a menace. Foch knows his Ini.-lin-ss. ir Kissing through a handkerchief in recommended by 'he New Hoard of Health. A simple recommendation will do neither harm nor good. A punitive order would pnpu-larlsu handkerchiefs with holes, in them, thinks the orlllia Packet A large- field of pola.li lias been di covered two mile:, .'i'o.'u Forres, -Sank . and is alleged it/ In- superior to the ; wimples, discovered north of Maple, Creek, Analystical chemists In Heglna ' openly .-.eoff at tin- whole story of, potash in commercial quantities in that > province, claiming that potash is ran;-j ly found in the alkali deposits ot the j priories. Dr. Charlton, provincial hac-;  eriolcg.i >i, i-aya tint! Ins hii'.s been I given samples secured from Ihree miles of the big deposit north of Maple j, i Creek and from tho mime valley, and *'declares ihat there iv. merely a slight I race of potabh, and llmi the deposit is .�lodjiuu .sulphate, and worth only a few cents a pound. He says that in hundreds of analy.isS of alkali waters In tin- province ha has not detceted more than a tauw �9 *ota�l>. il'ed in net ion. < "nrr.il Cotmcil' of llatepayers nto is against the government municipalities to build houses. Our tall friend, Sheuilck was kept lv telephone central at Coaldnle. as huyy weighing and checking. Sudden- telephones are expensive ornaments, j ly a man rushed into bis office. "Say! \t that moment the pastoj of the '" be panted, church came up. "Mr. Shemlck. cm "Sure." was the reply. The man seiz- you cash a cheque for $100," lie asked, ed the phono and rang for Central. ; "Can't do it." the popular hay' dealer Xo answer was forthcoming, howevor. I replied. "Didn't know preachers ever He rang again, this time both long | bad that much money.' he added ' land loud, again he listened- in vain ; "Oh." said the pastor, "hut ylm are j ears, went homo, and did notklus fur-j for a reply. Muttering an oath be 1 in t'oaldale now, remember, where titer Hboul It. wasitwHted ilie handle in a manner lojliay Is X:tn per ton." ' ' - start even th" most stubborn Ford i "I can't understand why we haven't TIDAL WAVE. 1 car, and r.l las' heard tlie operator a bank here anyway." a local mtgniite - say. "Number." The man repeated j replied. "Kvery time we want to do Tokio, Tuesday, Sept. 10.-During any businea;-, we are driven to I.eth-j an eruption of a volcano on llrup In-bridge. Now if we had our own bank j land, one of the Kurllo group, there here we could get much better treat, was n terrific explosion, according to the number of a well known doctor, and felt relieved. Mis satisfaction was short lived. However, .or .'.Per listening about five minutes no reply of any | kind could be heard. | Cirindini; his t elh he again rani; I | furiously for Central, and received Hie meat and ,ll the same lime the preach er here could cash his cheque when ever lie needs to do so." dust th"ti a man came In from Iron advices received here. This caused a great tidal wave, which overwhelmed a force ot men nt work refloating a sunken ship, drowning 29 of them. TO every home there comes a time when every thought, every hope, every prayer for the future centres on the recovery of one loved one. In that hour of anguish, every means to recovery is sought--the highest medical skill, trained nurses, costly treatment. Does the price matter ? It may be so