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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOtTV THK LKTHMIUDGK P.Y11/T HEHALIJ TIH'HSDAY, SKl*TKM�KH UK I1UN Xetbbri&ge, BIDcrta DAILY ANB WEEKLY IMPRESSIONS USING THE CAST-OFF STUFF Proprietor* and Puhll�r�en� *MI LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINT-INQ COMPANY, LIMITET �th Straet South. Lethbrldf* W. A. Buchanan PtMtdant and Majaaciajf Director (�kit Torrance -  Bu�ln�t� ft. aalneia UtorteJ T*LP.PHONB� OKiea ............. Otfia* .......... 1�3 The Tl: U-.il. \V.\Ftl vor>  .udsides. soli ::i Franco i !'::.. ami simple 1\ farmer is ' ag is allou-i laud is i-ulf: cry oi'ntioiiv .1 to go to vatod to 'he ubacrlptlon Rataai Daily, fleliveled, per ivaek .��.-�* Dally, delivered, per y�*r -----15 -W Dally, by malj, per yafu- ......r ?! Vatfkly. by mall, per ye*r .11 M ! !*�aakly', by mall, par rear to TJ.S^.**�* Datta of expiry of aubacriptiQE' �t" j pMT daily on &ddre�� lalxtl. Ao��4-IMl of papera 1A0. axplratun a�U U authority to coatlnu* IS" criptloB Titt* man upon tl-,i ,--.>: at; '. rust in other \v.ir�. i- being scra;'-pod anil m.iiio over in this war At Calais, here i� .-tv nf .;.-- 1- TABER REGRETS TH LOSS OF A GOOD PHYSICAL ^PICKED UP IN-* PASSING ***� "�g mm "man ESTABLISH RED i OFFICIAL TEXT OF Kdnonton fears a sugar >n:na: n-.t.-d m our Own :. Sept. t-;-� pby.-Val toon age s accustome -. tho oar'.:. "� I �>-ii'-: !.:  Mr. 1. , 1,.,.. .Mrs J. A icimvfl! co-ae i-:o vossoaslon of the al-Jies with in a very few djys> now. Ot. the 'faoedoni.m front remarkable !>:;'�_,' '.'.-s has been rj;idt) by ;h- Krenci-. are Serbians', who hur>> penotr^tod �th- dalRarlan lice- to a dspth of U �!:.es. The Bulgarians .\re la full retreat. j salvage depot ! hnmminr with !!:�> tnaoli-.tie try now- ;aoro than j- over times of peace. Tin vans, of iron, lumber, khaki .'. mots, hoots, in fact e\or\ I? discarded by the army, here ti be i;iven new life, khaki o'.othinpt. th boson! o-it and tise.l to tnahi f-.->r the ficfc'i t'.ir the nien o ilthor pieces o rt' sent ovo where use !os of ' s soar lil-.is- tho Dn- ll-'V. As id r �.s fo i'llU a.ii"i ntterlv in months old and welchim; .'.TO pounds, was sold nt Win-ni|)oir for SIM. l'ev. .1, A. Ilentli, Haptist minister, travelled from Austin. Texas, to Kl moliton in a motor, lie eame into AI lirrta �>> way of Hweet Crass. Toronto. Sopt. IS. -At the quarterly meetittK of the Ked t'ross Society, tho ovorseavi eommltlee reported that, tbo work in I-'ranee and Ittily of tho Canadian Ked Cross was capably handled ami Ki'oatly appreciated. At this mornluit's session a conference was held with On. r-'otlterliiK-ham and (!en. .Tones on ways and means of en-operalIiik with the army medical corps. One result will bo the establishment of Ueil Cross Indites a I Canadian hospitals and plans have boon prepared for construe!ion of these at Montreal. KinKs'on. Toronto. Winnipeg and other cities. Tim lodges will he very similar to the hostess houses in many camps. St A married ate property tin m do. woman may have separ in Japan, ar.d many of na: up ..]i',i. itli tin; '1 he Plsliop nl Woolwieh stated at a 'London church meeting that tin re �.\ero eiirht thousand boys in the Wool wlch arsenal earning too much money. well drilling ally killed at uu the ilerrli when a ;-et : machine, was accident-Stottler. lie climbed up k to oil (he machinery crew in the largo wheel ar r to v.ilua id e.vp WIGHT CLASSES FOR THE PUBLIC. Tho public school b.-\ird l.� at pre-Ben'. coasldering tho .ju-stion of nigh; clas?es, and are prepared to establish these- classes hi any subject, provided titiro is a sufficient demand. They ere anxious to leant as soon as possible whether there is a demand for a nigh". cla�s in any subject whatsoever. One of the great"at opportunities in these night classes is for the foreigner to learn tho Erjg'.l=h language. .There are uUo opportunities for thoso who desire to take a special liao of study and havs no: tho opport'jnliy *>f tho pursuit ot study in tho daytic-.e. Tip! board is ready to go to some ex-fiense in the matter, provided a good demand for such classes is made apparent. b'.e be en-'ive �nl de-i'. ication I.v.tn-i". th.e fac-:b"r LIBELLING THE WESTERN f XRMER. If the Toronto Tel. way the Dominion lie confined to the cit; �^rani had its Cai:.i.!a w.O'.ld  of Toronto- tlip reet of the country doesn't count t.t all. When it isn't slamming Quebec, it Is devoting its time to Western Canada. It ridicules the war effort of western farmers and talk* ..bona the big price rinisl fur wheat. Set-.-n-ingly it only wants the big price to ba paid in Ontario The Telegram, never based an argument, of any kind, on fact. If it had the facts before it. it would know that -he western farmer today Is paying increased freight rates, $75 to $H'o a month for hired help, bearing the increased co--t of forms, no' but largely , battalions | ni.l ?H-ks Uinoashiro. where use is found them. Ar eau-o tin The factory a- CaUi- '.i-�'-s . g of tin in making tho' Meat signs for the so'.liers' crave.-. | her that has b-vn cist aside i | war zone :s hrottyh.t back to tin | tory. and ; is surprising ;!-.-> nt i of artiolo4 -h'^y :nak�- from it. c:t.ti b.'ticltes ar.,1 tabl-'s. i'. w as t; t'ahiis factory we 'i-s: saw won: eneaced a- i-jrpontry work.. Tier jo they turned out could hardly h" i proved upon. Probably the mo t ; foresting section of this salvage mmh ':>::-: 'than this one at Calais, where -a j make old boots into ::e.v. Women a! 'were engaged in this work, an! a" th.e war we can expec to fin.1. � >:-. -ngaged in tii- shoe;:;-iking 'ra A- this salv-i...- plant p.l. Ar hib.,;. bo.O.. Mao loan" litelv to -c'M.(',.. as ''. Mac- | ; her of Toronto, red Col. cor com- Maj. Con. l.lyod Whcalou. I'nited States army, retired, died in a Chicago hospital following an operation. (Jen. U'lie.i'on -served throiiglioiit the c'vli war and won th" medal of honor for biT.very in action In the Spaui-h-Aiu-l eiieati conflict. lie was so years old. in:; the Toronto Milhary l>i.-�- Dr.v-h d f: Df NV F?v.!er. '!:�. .'ii.-oio,. T:er.ltoluie tf th-- Court 'a". � l'.-nch ut Montrual has tend-i 1. .- r- ign.ation in th- Mintster T'-i -'. � � it'-T many jvj; - ,.f .indie-v.- : I.. Tl:-' j-. s;:;:i:i:jiiji ;,,is i'.e'i ai'-;��: motor cars were ye. o'l'ton to convey next of kin of Calgary soldiers to St. tlcorge's island, where moving pictures were taken under the auspices of the Uotary '"Iitb. The moving pictures will i... shown in Calgary theatres and to the soldo.'s at the front. I.C i fined "ae t. our: sti-m. Instructed the Public Works Committee to bring In a r-'Port on the practicability of converting the fire halls, not now In use. into apartment houses, or into some form from which a revenue could bo derived and referred to the l'ark'i and Mark"! Committee, the riesident of the C. W.V.A., and Mr. A. J. .V. Terrill, (lie questi,m of sotting aside a certain portion of ilo- city remrtery 'or the purposes of having together the graves of all returned soldiers who die a,fter 'hey return to Canada. Washington, Sept. IS.- Secretary of Lansing mndo public today Unofficial text of this communication he sent to W. A. Kkengren, the Swedish minister, in olinrgo of Austro-TIungat Ian interests, conveying President Wilson's rejection or the Austrian Ponce proposal. II follows: "Sir: - 1 have the honor to acknim bilge the receipt of your note date I Sept. Hi. communicating to me a not  lorn the imperial government of An tria-Hungary, containing a proposal I i Hie governments of all I ho hellii.e: i ill slates to send delegates to n cioi fidenlial and unbinding discussion on the basic principles for the com In ion of pea -c. l-'iirthi't-more. It Is pr  posed Hull Hie deb gales would t) i barged to make kiuv.vn to one anot. or the conception of their gov. " meats regarding these principle:: at: to receive analogous communication as well as to request and to gA frank and candid expression on : those points which need to be defit, itely dellned. "In reply. 1 beg to nay that the sub tame of your communication ha been submitted to the president. '.�.'!:' now directs me to Inform you the the government of lb" I'lilted Slat. ;|oi'1h Ihat there is only on" i - pi e.bieh it Call make to the Sllltge -tie. ot the imperial Austrolitingariaii go. | eminent. I "It has repoatmly and with i-ntir-:e:nidor staled the terms upon whi.. ;tlie I'nited Stales would coiisoh 1 peace and can. and will, entertain n proiio-.il for a conference upon I matter concerning which it has mad its position and purposes so plain. ' "Accept, sir, the renewed arsuraiie- of my hiitliest cnnsldcrallort. ' Signed I "Robert Lansing. "Secretary of State WOUNDED AMERICANS Washington Sept, is'.- Outing tl: week t ml�il Sept 1:1, SSI sick a , wounded soldiers of the American e . petitionary force-, wen- landed in !ii I I'nited States, the war department m j nounreil toilnj. There were -115 lain I ed In the preceding week. ..nt-ltid sol- Met r.ci '.f.d :.: 1-' '. .1 v v at t-.�:�-ieiatinc. ; '.'lex . .::1 \ is of: acquire one at this fa th.e Chinese. Salvage Is not coifi zone. We found Camp, which is c bases of the (',,:'�. land. Th"ro iJ ::� every cast off art tory- 1 �ar.u 1! > in the camp Cupt. Allan, fn at the same time a lean crop once i:. put the farmer in A crop failtirf four yours, do-the profiteer e neutral, now, after four years of *var. Helgtum was neutral in . 1914. Germany had guaranteed to protect Ihat neutrality. Germany broke Its plodgo and invaded llelgium and did ., tts utmost to destroy the, little kingdom. It has b-ft a trail of ruined ; sides, towns, and villages, but it has I Sot wiped out the noble spirit of thn j Belgian people. Belgium will not de- , trade Itself by even considering the j . utrageons proposals from tho boasts j t Berlin. Belgium has suffered. Its people are j eager for the end of the war. Thuy ; Want to return to the home.-: fram | Which they were driven. Belgium, j kowovur, has suffered too much in . yield to its oppressor at this moment, ' when the war, with Its hoped-for as-suraiices of permanent peace, is a'-most won. was regularly collectr-d. Bone- and rabbits' feet-probably the lat'er tor watch chain guards, as emblems of good luck-dripping cracklings, trap grease, rags, ropes, bags, tins, metal, harness, in fact everything-and even more-that is collected by an enterprising funk dealer. Kvery month �u o:i t and S a, Wren-ham. Cot: i Vnf--: ... � -- i Iti-tiC Mel..-, w.-:.:'-. St. shows a return of many thousand dollars-front this centre It costs, little to operate but it brir.tts In a big r.-v- , enuu in a twelve-month It is a pity v.i! don't practice more of this form of economy back home. Millions of dollars worth of useful material are wasted in this cunfry every year. Probably after the war, the lessons learned by our overseas army, "will be applied at home. .-'.-.;: on Here. The r;e ice in Med. Will he pre; McMillan and Ci.ill-iw , if Vanciuve e,..lore's fie; �noon in ti: off too-' .-� :ti l; Hat. r-'.o..:: at the Tale > LetjlhrilO" f Calgary, a:: sale held r OddfelloWS a' nr. hal. ; i'. At. ..i lulu � uis up a > no die Ta.- i  biggi he roh r lu i-ii havitfg .-ot in ti 'A Vi' 1 lam: Probably the only criticisms worth while were those that emulated from the pen of Sir John, when editor of the Toronto News, since tu- ha: departed from the editorial chair, then-are no real newspapers left. there it �t !'.ll~- � uti -o a t -his Mother, his Home! :| jf^V-T 'mid bursting shell and battle's roar; out in the [i U of a man-made hell; in a strange land, thousands of g! home, a brave Canadian mother's son is, this minute, figl* ml alio: ins, -. i'l 1 fie talking beastly iojii you know. Kev. A.c. for t'lare d.oliii to ' e. between Allni'ia and i. i fie Ae 1 don'1 111 f Ti, ..�hi Ore; Coal is taking the place of gold medals and sliver cups In Ontario. We read that the winner of tho competition for the best kept lawn at Agineourt, near Toronto, was; awarded a scuttle of coal. MAY PROSECUTE FRUIT JAR PEOPLE One rumor says the Kaiser is in-sane. \\ wouldn't be difficult to accept ihat rumor as a fact. Sir John Willlson treats newspaper criticism lightly. Kather a candid admission for tho former editor of tho Toronto News. Doos he mean to intimate that his newspaper criticisms Off tho nasi were merely space fillers? ' "Life" thinks normal.: excellent field tor talis! i says: "Certainly, the <;,.-; j to get through fi'.-M fr.- j convenience, ami go- ,io work on (heir real job. contrive some mean- o (k'Cent. Of course thc-ir will naturally be km kill :v:!' be o/iariei. It mat:- ought at .'Ul-lle-t wii to hard which i- to f becoming first efWt off H lot of Port hleefoi and K th- la (no Arthur K C, I I mora. v. ho o'.nion food :-opt u I IS. !' il at Arthur j 1 advl- i,l lo | and th- fuel ! ooatil eoritroller, today issued a statement i advl-ing all per mn who have suffer j ed lo-s dn- m d-feciive rings sup- i pli-d fur prr-'-.i-rving Jars to tabulate ' Cnii los.e,, and send the statement;) their recent ma iters and iustrueo,,-; but that Will he only the beginnine; Tlio rest syems to be a task for nos. sionaries." to tin- food board a'hi.-e Ho- board proreeilini' -,'iiie!i -old reimbursiii loss. Ho projiiiso:-; to board to instmile legal aeaia:.! the com panic-1 thi: riiuts, with a view to Uioeo who have uut't'erod out in the awful abyss miles from fighting, bleed-dying-enduring all the agonies of this terrible conflict that the world may be free. There, amid the victorious cheers of our men, the maddening curses of a savage foe, the cries of the stricken and the wails of the dying, his mind goes back to Canada, to the land he loved so well; to a dear old mother's home, to the comforts he found there. I le sees her bent in longing for her boy "Over There," and his heart aches to comfort her with a letter of good cheer. Hear birn, in a voice with anguish filled, calling, pleading, praying to those for whom he fights, to furnish him with the comforts that they themselves would want. i '." \ � '' .5. . We carry to YOU this plea from far across the sea, from1.your loved ones "Over There," that they may have a few of the comforts; that YOlJ daily enjoy. WHAT WILL YOU GIVE TO KEEP HIM SMILING? Dominion Wide A r my llut Appeal ;