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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TttF. i.rcTnnmnc.F. daily herald TUESDAY. SEPTKMnEn 21. 1918 Xetbbrifcoe Iterate Xctbbri&flc, alberta ' DAILY ANlI WEEKLY . ) ._ Proprietor* and Publlaricni fHWi LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-ING COMPANY. LIMIT EC MS 6th Street South, Lethbridg* W. A. Buchar.an Preatdant and Managing Director fohn Tonanco - � Bualneti U&nasar IMPRESSIONS LLOYD-GEORGE AND THE ELECTIONS Lloyd GoC i.ili win an at this rgo is tin" only leader who o'r.'i-c.in iii Great Hrii.'.'n iiiit-r enemies ami uureloiitloss critics. These individuals aii- no: very rtumo-r.vt� or very powerful i.'t 1'riuin. A man may r.mt ;'.!\iin>-t Lloyd Goon: . accine Mil: ti f b-'rayim; ills oh' hi- i'M policies. a I In' govo:nTv lad; hi? ..:: 1 pop .ui'1 talcs ' I". MILK RIVER HAS A HEAVY RAIN t "rem i.e.. t'-wn Co: -es;, ^riil'-nt^ Milk Kivi-r. Sept 21  - V heavy thunder storm pi -�-.I over tho district mi Saturday nich' anil i>n .-sunday settled into a steady r.iin. This will help tho farm, rs i:i their fall plow-inc. Communion serv;�->si were conducted on Sunday nl::hi hv Rev. Griffiths. Masinadn. ;" the I'liinii church, anil though il �.\> a wet night a 'urge I'mi-im-catien turned out. No\t Sunday PICKED UP IN an>. fiellTorod. per wfk .... f)�>l)y. deltvared, per year . . . TJal'.y, by mail, y:r yenr ..... Weekly, fey mall, per yc.ir .... fc'eefcly. by mall, per year to TJ.S UAtea of expiry of. subscriptions ap-jwar dally on address label. Acc#rt-nee of papera t.fte er.plrati.n nata U -or authority to continue tha sub-acriptian. THE PROGRESS CF THE WAR. 1. has lone been the hope of the .allied peoples that a row- part- rn front would be constructed '.o diver; the attention of the enemy in the period ::e allies mich: V r!,i3.'" over ��ti w.n'.l 1 seem � r.i-'iTn front .i t Mr .re up i'. s il-.e litf in I'.rit.-co\ .-r:i: p'rt of it. our minister will pro.ieh iiis sermon, and unless some now unit is male v.e wil! tie witli->!. >.: v i- es for some Jas Man., land. Campbell, a pioneer of Mlmnl, i.� denil. He was a native of Scot- W.-lshm. i ap.ib'.'' v. i 1'' All tin i.iin 1-i? tie;- i! i- ^v:;cn ;.n.il vietory con-.p within rr.u- tiecome an an'iliome rule * i:.v* il.me been :o ; (;iie)i>;; \ ic'.ph old boy do-r off tho lnort-M. C. A. In eliarce of  absence of in ,-nmp.intod 1. \.\: to Me to Ik- be, r.ij'c.-:r f . r1:: st: l-.ora--. b �.�-.c i:---:t: B2J t.'.ei Turk ;.- ; Jn !V.:,:--t the :;:aj .'lis :^i\s of :e tiu'.t .1 tlf.*- n eor.strr.e'.e.i-.-on: v.-j-h th- U ::*.-.biin-; block to i", i: ;i snutlieiistern fro:: ��'h. Kremh. Serbian-, v r all;'; t.V re.n enii-.s ; :ud l'tiicari:'. cut of i:ie and on the Solo; >r !>ati!es o.' the v a- nn.ui with reeks put w.:r. :i �� i front ek are t clr.n fotipht and the tide is r:ir;nirs  � 11 to the side of the allies. Gen. All.rby. in command of th- liriti h It. I's'estino has dealt the Turk force o: 1 "O.Ouo operatir.s in til U region a /iiir;! blow. A force of Pvioo, Istoa anr.ihil.itH either by bein- taken yriso-.u-r or by being wiped ,);;; com-ilc'.ely. and. the fragment "f the ar-TrJ:'.':? lias been badly demoraliied �Will the victory lead to the takit,^ of Ccsstantlnople by the bai k door'? N'rantime Bulgaria i. tho Salonikl front. Tester,'.ay the allins were only three mil"* from Ibil-�ar territory, and the main line of communications of the first Bulgarian .-my had been cut, plaeir.s; '.'..at fore" lr. a serious prudleiment. flermans oper-ilitit; in thi.- tle-atre .-e.-:n :o have unablo to steady the war-weary (tulgars who aro reported surrender- : preparations are ut.de.' way for a rrrcater thrust than any yet. reported, �with the object of clearing France of lac enemy this fall. � ltit-.i w o:.'' have lie-.V w h.r ' ",� i\.iy> o'v> I.lev 1 ele.-tiu-a. tile oe,-.'.' or. I::::! t ,". :! i. rninK i �d i.!p>i � 1 s .me C.l .!- U r.'.l :a i:::ei'::' a OPERATIONS BELGIAN FRONT The Oomlnlon Kxpress Company will retain Its offices on the T. & N. t> Ky., north of North Hay. Kca Cusfeits. need four years. "2 Ci-'tibaillie .'ivetr.t.'. Toronto, died fol-!'.-. ini: injuries re."i\i d when run over by a motor car elimination i r footwear j> �all I.I. ,1 (..... i" naira pa-- l'.to He is bm. M tan any .ttifh -': but vc: prim" : :t. �a.. liri > t :tl thur t -r v �iii �ar. dope S'IPP port of !.: Mop. .l:-o:i ;i:u::' t'.'.e i lienderson !J .1  1 th l.iVor. ! at I.', rern.iin divide 1 Asriiiltl. and ii n '. upon >rt. Lloyd Co from all part!", bora! ailnerenr :;n: :. Church!! . Ma clay. Mr.:. � "th- r.i in -. o:nin,: etio . prose, ill'.OT'.  rs. ofit",- tl...: b- in ! � no ,:h the U.li :ion is te: Asiinith. 1" opi" ac .; a con '!.! �',:' w rate him as .-:,-: ,;.,!:: A force and 1 fa  >r I- livid,� I a:: until aft. r t: i):i i.iii- Tiie He today !; '.or.-, mi ; pa-t w, ,-eer. preal  .--outin-: ; 'itiv attacks ; .,:;'. Mere',, - = ful. but r - of pr.soii re (b;,l :-::y\ ur m-ii pun body oi do; b.e.tk. the i "Mlt "U ns to th-- � w a r t i th" r The dor-ed la* ui .�chi'diib.' of .-i.vb'.s of rub-for unib-r the production In Aticlie.in 11 ie to .an fob the k : ae-and ;!s!;i,'ion 1' :he p; :i' �r:il Synod on jilv enacted Ve.  11 of Mieial dis- Adam Taw-so. has a Yorkshire produced 12 pigs of Utinelody, Man., Krade sow that has in -ll� weeks. Cad. r C.le am p. ' Harry rr-ii;hion Saunders rued t(i ik.i'ti on.- thou and feel air while ilyin>: m-ar Lear.lde Ontario. Mayor Hrown of Medicine Hat, will seek re-elect Ion. Aid Marshall and Aid. llotson. ate also mentioned as probable candidates. A verdict of accidental drowning was returned by the coroner's jury at Hosebank. Ont . concerning the death of Mrs. A C. Uooih. KliRlneer While of Cue tuc S O. Olxntt was wa-.died overlmanl and drowned some twenty iiillea from Kingston. Vrank and Huiuan Smith, emplov-cd in coiistrui'lini; a 00 ferdiim at the head of Sault Ste. Marie, were drown- '��1. Luc : ! v Walte;- riv of St 1 service of : 1:e .-��cretar; T1:, an ! i-'or the first tin." Atisfrallan when', i' b-'ini: hulled it.i1 (leaped at the Can idian irovcrtitn.:�.' elevators at Vancouver preparatory to C.l 1 at I'ritain. I' Allen, of nellevllle has I I.....n iippuinted consulting engineer to the nitrate division of the Ordnance HI on. of Idstowol. departtiH til of the Cnitcd Status armv. Iia-. will enter the ,_ : ..ngel!..:ii depart-1 The Canadian hiqh commissioner church as a j In London cables ti,,t ,1,0 Hrltlsh gov-j eminent has permitted importation of 1 lobsters until Kehruarv 22. I'.U'J. LOANS FOR THE PURCHASE OF LIVE-STOCK This Bank is desirous of assisting farmers to acquire live-stock and is prepared to give careful consideration to applications for loans for this purpose. 143 w Lethbndge Branch.....R. T. Bryrnner, Manager Warner Branch......J. H. S. Gordon, Manager Milk River Branch......J. V. Steele, Manager Teach the Children to Save Habits are acquired early in life. Children, who are taught the value of money and the habit of Favintr. prow up into good business men and capable women. The easiest way to teach children to save, is to start a Savinpa Account for each child ($1.00 each is sufficient). After a child has saved another dollar to make an additional deposit, he or she will have a better appreciation of just what a dollar stands for, and how much work andself-denialitrepresent3. fit-up ,1. �n .ir  M hard Ii' j. not del 'or hilS See llliiiiiv.'orth. and M.i.'N.i:i'. .: -\  r: -' : ' . with 'It" ;� An order fot if ib .iecaf-.I i '\\1 w .thin live;; bv the t'ti in. :;: to a Vedb vi V. iili.tii. M !.a;i Ce r of the Ke,;;,!, ee:" 111 Ke.iin,t , � iiie to the west St. Thomas' retuail trustees are 'n-(li.tposc,! ,, ))U, ..xteivdve buildings htpmeiit to I during the \.;,r and may i>rec; portable schools to overcome ovt. tcrowd-j ing-million pound.1) i  : c'hiets. :i;ot|fh- ! Slat" firm. be a ton. The statement Illustrates tho nature of tho paper ;roub!o. Twenty dollars a ton I' a profit of over S3 per cent, on th.i pre- out cost of manufaeturo of newsprint �paper, which is assuredly not aver-�jfinq SCO per ton. A .IS por cent, pro fit under war conditio:;", at the expense of a sister Canadian industry. i Wilson's views go very far to kIiow ; why the enquiry has been desirable, j pr.de Great Br; people to rldlcub-!ir!::d: Labor b-ad l�i^ p..rt in th" It t� trtf H"! ' Iflr-.t temlen.'i. tor the v-nr UI bo forgotten a possible Labor to be one. riyncs, t ro)!-r. Is !)>>::,! Li-'ar-I >trucK I.t-d Week at 11. a.er.iL'ing lb- i- n Hi in my Judgment I met h!t:i and heard him tuilt and be Impressed no- greatly, far more than Hartie.; or lbdievts or Thomas, who are also no-nih of mlni-.try. Clyn'-i ii clear leaded, broad, thoughtful and sine. He has conn- to th" front iiuickly but be has won his place wholly by merit. Lloyd  �urge s pn -en: gov.-rntnc-ii'. sure to liave strong I.at. u- , upj, .:;, when it appeals 'o tlo- charge fi'.un the aru y. Mr-. Ariei'h no" has al�o received word that ho ' bre � in-law has been torpedo. '. a:: 1 wa , twentv four lion,-- in the w 1-te.- V..-:;ir.- Ii--!- picVivd up !� . r. ..v Si. h.o-jiit.,1 H.th it broken 1 ,llar- ROW ISLAM)  i'i'i.m tl.- ll.-vlev \\-its w 1 tall will their re-id-nce suulh of ill-1... ..,,1 ly occupied of bar f l^o bo -h- IT-,..:., t ,', � v.- to1'! th ;.v 'hat if ; W.,:. o::,rl-"ed : :011th.- il'.i iiior, if : � ; m in in file who Is . i'hin the � ii. f,rew '�on which re. He a!-,, which gavt 'armt'ig a . corp.ora'.lon 1 a crop of j yielded fid! had tlir. o i :\ r-turn j The Mani'oba covernment has ap. pon'iil Itev, !>. ,M. Kennedy, of Kll-iL.tiaii. chaplain for tho Home (or In-: cutai.los. Itidti^li ial (.".lining .school' and IVtiago jail I Or .1 M. .ioimMoti. tic Kl::i .-trretj Toronto, pii;-Mci.m. wa.-, -.iit-:,ccd by  Judge Wiiuio'^iei to pin years I, a day in tlie Iturw.,s|i reforni.'tory tor performiiig an i!!>-::al operation The fit: 11 i'.e.tth in the I'oli -h infantry camp front influenzal lias nn uri, 1 at Niagara Kails, ont.. and thr  t,..,v iasi'1 have I - -u i.dml'.teil to I Ii � ho pital, mil.Ing a total of h.i inllii-n/.a ..iit'fer, r- hispei tor W. K. Hei-trai;-, ILNAV.-; M )'.. has retire.! timu the force op aecouti' of III health, utter '."J years ser.Ice. He enlisted in it'itlna as a trumpeter and was steadily promoted through the ranks to th- appointment he now holds with the force, lie has served in practically every district in western Canada. Authority to appoint D-Witt Hart as one of the throe provincial hind , Inspectors under the .Soldier Setile.j I have on hand a large quantity put up in five gallon packages. COLORS GREEN, SLATE, GREY, CREAM AND WHITE lo clear I am offering it at reduced prices. House Paint. Regular $4.25. Sale Price $3.75 gallon. Barn Red. Regular 51.75. Sale Price $1.35 gallon. Shingle Stain. Regular $1.75. Sale Price $1.35 gallon. White Lead. Regular* $24.00 per 100 lbs. Sale Price, $20.00. SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR QUANTITIES. ARTHUR HAYR P. O. BOX 275 OFFICE 416 FOURTH AVE. 3. MAIL YOUR ORDER TODAY, C.O.D. Fran ! the laKt I few days nine sailors have died on ; ships in the harbor of Quebec uppur-! etitly from Spanish influenza. Tho hod. I its are shipped to tho hoiueH of U14 I men, mostly iu thn United atateai, Fit-Reform Clothes are Reasonable for Established Values. T�jke wool-one of the big items in the making of good clothes-it costs 65c. a pound compared with 20c. in 1914. On imported fabrics, freight rates and insurance-due to the submarine menance -add enormously to the cost of the finished garment. The cost of manufacturing has also advanced. Fit-Reform has tried to serve you faithfully and well. They can't begin to get all the cloth they want-but what they do get is good. They can't begin to make all the Fit-Reform clothes they could sell-but what they do make are right. If you have a Suit or Overcoat to buy, we urge you to do so now. With the limited quantities available, and no chance to duplicate orders, it is wise to buy while, our assortments arc so satisfactory. Fii-Feform McKKLVIE & McGUIRli 270 ;