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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOtH THE LrcTHRRTDGR -DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTRMBEK 20, MM8 XLbc XetfoDnDijc, tlltXTta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietor* and Publisher* |PMI LETHBRIDQE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITCr Mt 6th Street South. Lethbrldf* } W. A. V President and Managing Director kit Torranco  - Buslneaa Manacor TILfPHONES Eilnfss Office .......... Uorftel Offica .......... IXB1 IMPRESSIONS THE BOMBING OF DOULLENS HOSPITAL lis (lie orderlies :. M. V. Baldwin of London, Ontario. Bishop Fallon, of tho Roman Cath-hv,,rp all victims. On (ho third floor olio Diocese of l.otitlna. Out., when in � f!l� sergeants woro domiciled. All Franco, hoard a captured Gorman air- { woro oasnaitios. Sergeant Major C. H. man cross-questioned by Major-Oen- ! Ward, M.S.M.. of London. Ontario. [ oral David Watson, or the Ith Division, j and four sergeants woro killed, tho | I'l'l'., about tho bombing of Canadian i remainder being wirdniio.i. j hospitals. Tho aviator .->polio excel-! To add to the horror. lire broke out | and threatened to add to lit" mmibor | of victims. Tho work of rescue was! carried on apace, am! regardless of '� Subscription Ratam Vatty. delivered, per week ,,>,% .19 pally, delivered, per year .....15.0* Dally, by mall, por Tear ......14.03 Weekly, by mall, per year .....H.M ^ekly, by mnll. p-r renr to TJ.9 .|JM Data* of esplry of subscription* appear dally on addresi label Aco�pt-oca of paper* tile explrutua data I* par authority to conllnua ti� lub-criptloa. lont English- Tho Bishop repeated what hp httd hoard: "Uid you know that you woro bombing hospitals?" asked General Wat- j (!la fn,.t !hat ,,,,, ,,.on,y .v.,s still cir-son- ! .dim: around overhead. When tho �\>s." tho Hun at on.'o rrpliol. March battle period -tartod. tho nurs- "Why did you take par! In work of I 0 = and haw (Bomplotely broken the H:;U\iri it; front. They have taker. !iV�-> prisoners. The i'ritisa in France -'.cv.'.y ptiToar.dins Si. Quor.tln .it:-'; are also Waking pood process ,n !; i'.i!ti-feral tor ton. Tit- y li.uo : taken :!.-� town of Jtonovr- .-. w'.tUh was taken from t!:e:i] Wedno.- '..,y by the>. Tho l't' no!', are fir.!.-::::; ; Jy icrward for tho :>-�.:��:;- v trol tho t'hen'.in des Pa:r.o> Jtoys t-i l.aon ar.d the St flusCS. > nt-� >:i- a;:d AN OFFICIAL TO ISSUE PASSPORTS. T:;e Immigration office hero ho.-, been closed. Immigration bu-iuoss did not warrant it? Rat %hat about the Issuing of passport".' ITho Immigration official horo has ah �'ays handled tha- work, and r. of tlto^o ''.c-'.i.t t'.s and boon so aroasei over to* tvriire couintitt- .!. I at'a itoitn: :� :�o'iU' no: to cur.Kr any peace that do. s "ot np an a sound punishment for tho Hun j :''";;� Th: " '� ': by Pr. t". H K-:!-en, of London. t->tt' .  ' 7' '' and a pr^j-ortlott of tho staff aro | .'ViT"..  from I.'-ndon ait 1 Western ('nMrio I : '.'>!*. i did meet one Alberta purse there. M-~s ' Th. :-� K Moli'viEa'.';. -i -ra.'.nato of th.e M�.'.i- t,rv:t, r c:ne Hat h-vpfc! ar.d d inc'a'er of Hci'vch  h iel Mcivciical".. well know:: :"-:i.:i: ,r. >:.t::.i of W-nnifr- '. ^rss M. V.nwM was .. .. , or.c.iCfd a' hoi-pitol a- 'ho ttrno of :::-;;-!: t!i" b.eiil.e.: ' :. very fer""t;,,t- 'v was w, ,, . in ot:-* l>u li'.inits t!i  -soap. .1 � ... l-structier. Sh-' tocs m>, t,, an elev >� . tion close to tho hospital ,m I j) ipt^d Wi'h oat many bis ho!' s ;:i ti.- irrotiri-l made ' -, ^ , by bonths that had jyi.....1 :ho mark. ! I.tea: -Col. li-ason toil :!|.- story of the botrbini; to us. while we w. re vis the ; utmost ceiotion to duty Now in tho. tit-,, of peri',, they Here s!i!l tho same' a wonton. Ht.iymp a; their posts | :i! every patient had beep evaluated1 from tho ward*. Kveti thii�t:U wound- 1 o.l 'ivn of th.etn stuck to their posts.; The nnVer? r.n-l men vvoro a'.so to tho \ fore, and displayed tho same couraue  ,i::d dis;- itard for personal safety which t'vir ccntl'atanf comrades had 1 done a: Vimy, raesciiond.alo. and1 Vpr-- !ty ;h:s time the tlamos wore :r.-e:c as hbtii as tho buillincs let'; -t.nid.::-. and tit" hmto K->d fr.xso* were ..ia-pested v, ry ob-arlv While NO INTERFERENCE ROSS WILL SIAY Ottawa. Sept. 1ft.-Commasider -T. K. L Uoss, ihatrmun of tho board ot pension conimlnalonora, whoso retirement from his position was reported ; omo days siro, but who Is still at hiss posd. Is n'l'ototl by tho KvenltiK CItf-.:.'!! as slntltiK that if his views In ro-enrd to tho mnktiiK of api>olnlmonts to his stuff are accepted by the government ho will hot resign. Ho main-t:\ins thnt ho wns ar.oordod tho rlRhl of employing his staff by order-in-i otineil. subioot to their salaries be-!np approved by tho was m procre-s ;r;ie:i an I dropp.-.l more :":;,;t -iy not uoini; any fur a.:-. He st ill �~�n:!:w d hov- i;i,i!:v :\- d iv! iv!h- '. b... ma 1" h;s w;,y b :� k �.c.-r piece o[ friL'httuit.ess. ; as n� time to to'.epher.e to w is :t uec- spi-v. Hardlv ' � i 1; of rescue gott-:t n. and :�,,? :-.;.-ro �  .v.ris l!t\ntid!a,?'.y af'.-r c.ip.inios of French, infantry � r ,,�!:ent suavely. 'Would yon mind introducinv: mo." ho .vh'.snered. "to t!io person who throw hat stone?"-CtipplnKs. Fourteen Brooklyn snloons In the military zone wore closed by order of tho war department. Josephus l'anlols. Jr.. sou of tho 1'. H. sccrotiiry of the navy, has boon commissioned iv lieutenant in tko marine corps. Tho Now York retail liquor dealers' association, while protesting against prohibition. lUTVo declared war on bootlexpers who supply liipior to men in uniform. Tho Federal Food Hoard of tho United States has added one cent a pound to tho price of sugar. This will not ho effective until dealers have disposed of their old stock President lirnithwalto, of Western University, Ixmdon, formerly of Cal-S.iry, bus boon notified that his son. Pto. I.loyd Ilralthwalto, who was recently wounded, is now dangerously ill. llov. 11. W. liood, of Comber. Moderator of the Chatham Presbytery, a former pastor of Alma Street church. St. Thomas, has accepted a call to a largo church in Xow:,rk, N..I. A $50,000 Liberty Uond will ho piv-on by tho Catholic clercy and laity of tho archdiocese of Baltimore, to Cardinal Gibbons on tho occasion of tho eelehra'lon of his golden jubib e as a bishop Abbey. Sa.-k . bank building, n two restaurants-, real estate office fire which throat! on Saturday. is minus tho Union garage, a livery barn, a butcher shop and a as the result of a nod the .whole town war not h-ro to!" that b ;-i::. tho other governtro nt office ci'y shotild be �, l.iok l�stif.t of those papers. if stat! IP- 1":: .rata V.itico Wh: :.- �:. to pr-ve: ir.Ti.cir. -me: ho Isdustri; �eognU-.l, 1)1 A WEAKNESS OF THE pEPARTMENT OF LABOR Canada's labor dep..r:as- :i' f"'l!y weak. It i- : .:'.:> !: tons weakness in t1. ff.ten!. Just now'..-r threat, tied. The tie !*er is disconcert;!:', labor department dgmo::' ti:.-Labor departuit-ut -Jiu'i'.d until a strike occur:, before ly.-tti.-.u busy; It should do everythlnp p-�-�iblf to prevent the strike occurrl-.g If tho Labor department cannot bandlo this matter, then tho govc:::'>.. 1 the allied .li.-meij. Throne': t'::- ti-r-man arnta'sador the Pope was ap prc.iehf-1 to r-.pae-t tl... Allie; -o ro. fr.on from !"::::o::it '.� rh.-'obratlon �as in pr . f.'.tnil:a- with know what a dr-,.d "": ' t- ;r:.; �)!:> . In ulKt-*' any o'lor mr.r.'-.y .'rot:: ti. ' f'lips. and th� work of c,.::i-!..�:-.,: Pre. -.vh :cii w.i, rapidly M-re, !:�..-. pro.-, d-d %.-ry .pilchlv lives �..f> '. >*t from tho :.r-1- a s;.b n .id tribute to :.- way all of-:'. -r >. nur-p.g -il ':':-. X C O s an i :".. a v-r'te',. \v:�V>".' r- card for p,-r- ii:n th...'d. outraged, Th" story of Hun depredations eovors niatiy rhaptrrs, but none is wor-e than :!,.. b .nibing at Ooullens and Ktapos. �"orciv" th-m? No red blooded. Canadian, no r- I blooded Angl" Saxon. ;':.ou'.d yield the weapon f war until licrniatiy is on its knees crying for men v. The minister of labor has appointed Hon. Justice !". S. Mael.ennan, of Montreal, chairman of the labor appeal board, which has been cnnstliiit-ed for tho purpose of reviewing the ilndlngs of boards of conciliation. St. John. iN'Il.i. policemen, who have boon organizing a union, were warned against athilation with any trades organization, and given 4S hours to decide under penalty of dismissal At Brantford. Clarence Hra,] ; tn-o years in th" Penitentiary "ii charges of highway robbery while m possession of a loaded revolver, of theft, and of damage to A St. George schoolhousc. The Toronto Board of Harbor Commissioners during the past season have had filled in about lflu acres of land. The land is estimated to be worth JL'O/1"" an aero. At this rate the Harbor Hoard ha-, created additional assets to the value of J'J.ii' this year Captain Dingle, who nlono aboard his. tltf-foot yawl left Statou island throo weeks ago, has arrived at Hamilton, Bermuda. Tho .New York Tioard of education nslis exemption from scrvlco for men teachers, janitors and truuncy officers. Mnrc Klaw and Henry W Savage i appeared hoforo tho V. B. Fonnto finance committee to protest against tho proposed Increase in amusement taxes. An Injunction restraining the municipal authorities of Mount Vernon j from enforcing newsdealers to clvo | notice of publications thoy intend to | soil has been secured on behalf of the J Hearst newspapers. I Freddie, son-of Chas. Aldersons. of I Thunder Hill, Man., noured conl oil or j gasoline on tho kitchen tire to malio it burn. Tho can exploded and tho bov was no severely burned Hint ho died. Judge O. A llosalsky, of the court ot general sessions, New York stnto, says petty criminals should not bo deprived of n chariot of lighting for their country. - \ Just before tho recent big British jit tack tho German soldiers In a French village woro attending a concert when a'sheil struck tho building, killing L'o. Th" villagers had to help dig graves to bury them. 'Welcome No duos. No doit'ls." is Ihe sign painted on tho outside of tho front door to Soldiers' and Sailors' i lub at Seaside. Ore. Tho olub Is patronized heavily by men frftni tho nearby spruce camps. t Melville stone, general manager of ; the Associated Pp-sh of America, pays j Canada this tribute: "I know of no other country In tho world that has i risen to so high a level of public esteem In America during this war as i ('anadn." 1 The Canada Cement company re-' coivod the largest shoil order from tho j United States given to any Canadian : company. It is said to exceed J10.-; "(, and calls for an expenditure "� n( ii.iiiin.nfn) on new shops and cqtilp-1 ment. Ili'V. Walter Cox was tendered a j dinner and presented with a gold-head-j ed cane by Gananoiiuo Lodge, I.O.O.F.. in toi.on (if tho honor done the hid go I by his being elected Grand Mauler of , she Ontario Grand Lodge of Oddfel-{ lows charb's II, ltu-t. former city engine, t of Toronto and lor tho last six years acting in n similar capacity in Victoria, B.C., 1ms returned to Toronto, and will bo associated with tho Macltunzto Internal:! and tho Toronto Street Kallwny. During four months ended July 31, tho number of homstendpt entered for In the Peace ltlvor district was 221. In tho Riiiiio period thcro woro 112 np-pllcalons for pntonls. Uovehuo from petroleum and gas leases aggregated $;l2,ofM>. Victor J. Gray, B.A.. of Colllngwood, Ont., has been appointed a professor at St. Boniface college. Professor Gray was formerly classical master In Colllngwood High School and professor In at. Thomas collegn, Chathnm, N.U. R. K. Wilson, immigration officer nt Saskatoon, has been promoted to Iho charge of the ICdtnonton immigration office and will report for duly in that city on September 2fi. Mr. Wilson took charge of the Saskatoon offlco In January of 11)13, nearly six yoara ago. Tho biggest fish- or tho biggest llsh story -of tho lfllS senaon Ir to be credited to Kovolstoke, n.C, whore Warren Andrews, n returned sotdior. last week landed at Bannock Bay a sturgeon S feet :i Inches long, with a waist nieastirnment of 3 feat 0, and weighing 2110 lbs. Tho proposed union of tho Methodist and Presbyterian congrogatlona at Battleford has fnlled to materialize. Owing to ft small attendance an adverse voto of 11 prevented tho aociir-lag of tho necessary two-thlrda majority to carry tho proposal. Jnpnneso cavalry and an Infnntry battalion captured tho enemy naval base at Kharbarovkn on Sept. 7. They took 17 gunboats, four other vessels, a wireless station. 120 guns, eight ammunition depots, soven magazines, one munition warehouse, 70 horses, seven automobiles, barbed wire and much other material. For allowing two hatches of dough to go t'i ivaue, thnd followed this by roping and tying a three-year-old rteer In a little more than four minutes." Tho assessment rolls for ward three. Toronto show that Sir William Ma. Kenzle Is still to enjoy tho distinction of paying tho highest Income entered on Toronto rolls. His Income assess ment for I'.M!) Is J22f>.O0n, so that his Income lax to tho city will ho over >t'..7.r.o. This of course. Is In addition to his federal Incomo tax. Tho Premier of Ontario poys taxes on the compnra lively moderit assessment of $12,500 A - It ,.n a.- a � ich of :,-!!,-: as -a. h :. :t!�t til,- !!). ral was �.ojfi would look for some . *:�.:� of gra- T!:" '�' spi-al for tw-:.ty-{..ur C'.do '.at Jr.-m iad experience w-� -)�u--. Owiti^ to Mi- Hun's sii-liiii.-havc barm l -hat t.� Hun :� dev... I !.-t:K rang". 1h- e-in-lery wh! i, of ail that �mis 'nitc!- !.--r.-ir. b-t w..- 1 .rr.i-rly us .{ was no Ions. .- ava :-alone gratitud.-, 1 hat very :,;ght. � old- >ey-ra 1 lariro !:wt. No. .'t S.'at.uu.iry Hospital occupies a very uniipies.te 1; i^ situ- \ ated In un old . i'ad-i or fortrcr.. i which dates back to tho 15*U &�ttry. i perhaps ovi-n to a much earlier da"-. As a fortress p is no lo-^-r .,f value, but from it- peruHiH -ip. !:-beginning of th- war, and f.-li-r.t! n:i I foe stee cwiir- Our t! "Life" picture* a German Poll"-Viatitiy ,;r-i lari::.', ' Ach! It Iss just !i!:o Close Englisli r., bomb our ilefetu-ekss cities. J�ey )rif in :i,iit to commit atrocities dot ve invented." Sir John Willlson believes In news-Jiaper criticism, but not the kind that lilts him. That's the way with mott people. "Get after the other fellow tut leave me alone," is their policy. it Ull'l unit was .1: of war ".1 When o.l it f.,r h�-y in turn 3 Canadian .�up Mrs. I'ankhurst, now visiting Ontario, believes that the enemy It try-' iBK to diatarb the workers and start atrikes, in order to cut oft supplies lor tho allies. The cause or ii 1.111ir was j crushed, and the oi cupantr of its three floors w.-rt; all killed or badly wounded. Tho night was clear and bright, and there was no chance of the enemy missing bis murk. In the operating room, L'apt. 10. E. Meek, or Po^na, Susk., was at work operating on a lli'tfsh Working with him as his anaesthetist was Li-m. Sage, p. S.A., M.O.H.C., of Philadelphia, Nursing Sisters'E. L. Prlugle. and'A. JdvlMieruou, both of Vancouver, us v.cll :-r\ '.wii h had bc--n op-V.i>d, they bur-' i.-i the :� p: lir.s of those who throucii :na:.y mumin :.a.l labored th-r-. Sid- by sld- lay th- p..tlents, who wer>- f-llow v.f'iiii witii then) The day of th- was ele,tr atol  bright From ll-.'-'i'itiar.-rs of the Br'.''.-� fi.rn;..t i-u--, representatives ritt.-iidr.i]. Canad'.itn !.e:o!(pi:iitors not i only s.-nt : e;.r-s-;itativ-s, bat very � kitoily sent a Inigb- band to .-ound the Li-' Po-' I'ii. sfovire was most hn-cr.-.--iv- aval will ling bo remember- 1 by wh-. '�'': part In !t. Bishop 1'i'l'ip. arrived tha- afternoon, and a.-;-'.�! la ''...- --:-. I, -. His ad- d-- ; \i as mo  i::-p:f .ug At t!.....,n- c!u-.:oli of tin- .--r\icy Li-t Post wa.-. Ill the ipii-i little Prance our friend - liar- marked by � im|.l-wood kindlv c!v-n by cemetery In Their grave:; crosses, the the Canadian Forestry Corps. Ka-di cro.-s U marked with a maple loaf -a' out in ru-tal, and stairtjied with the taam- and particulars of the deceased. The graves an: well kept a.iid ar,- decorated with many Mowers. Thu- ends the story as Major Reason related it. At about the sumo time the Canadian hospital at b-.tutiiul Ktapos on tho channel was even more terribly bombed and some line- hundred soldiers and nurse.s were slain. l)o not forget that the-o were Canadian hospitals bearing tne |{�-d Cross .li 'molly on tho roof ,,f r-wry On the building- that remained at Ixiullen-j I saw tin. Roil Cross signs; only :i blind man could miss them. Tho airmen saw them, for as Bishop Fallon relates, tho aviator admitted he had Hist ructions to bomb the hospitals. The. Kaiser says lie is not to blame for the \sar. Lei us agree for tho moment. II- is roaponsibh- for Germany's, conduct during tho war. Germany was a signature to The il.otiiu conv, aluMi. Ho kuuwd tho You'll Need a Big Map to Follow Our Big Advances THE HERALD HAS FORESEEN THIS. IT HAS OBTAINED, FOR EXCLUSIVE PUBLICATION IN LETHBRIDGE 1-PAGE WAR MAP With its aid, Herald readers may watch every move of the fleeing Huns, check off every night the captured territory and guess at Foch's next masterstroke. The map has been divided into four full-page sections. Fitted together the > make as comprehensive a map of the entire fighting front from Switzerland to the sea, as Foch himself has pinned to the wall of his headquarters office. The first section from the Coast to Amiens was published last Saturday. Get the Second Section Tomorrow Save This Map Each Week The Lethbridge Herald ;