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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGE FOUR i, -.'in y. THE LETHBRtDGK IUILT SiYTimDAY, SKPTKMilKK 20, 1017 P A I LV AND WEEKLY lubtcrtptlan Run: Dally, delUered, per ;Dallr, deliver eJ per year ......J5.Q0 by uialL per year.........H-00 'Weekly, by mail, per S'eekJjr, by malt per year to U.S..I2.00 TELEPHONES Bualarss Officg Editorial Office 12! "W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance Business t expiry cf auwcripiioaa dall7 cz tddress libel. Accept- toce of Capers atler e.tplnillon date Is our authoriij- to continue iub- King and Country You ftfght Now) ihit mind ate opposed to inscription and all war Is the business of Europe, and It tier concede North has aaytMug to do with 11 at all. they SAT Ifri Ihe Slatea provide Ihe soldiers and tte money. Persons with that view- point are eflher ignorant or pro-Ger- mans- The Toroalo puts the rase for Canada's partlclpatkm lu this The thai Canada is for olfaer nations, and has nothing of tier own at stake, no doubt lurks sminE UDlnstruclfrd who arc untouched by world currents of thought aad the modern democratic moTfrneat. but no Canadian wllh a vision L> under this delusion, which is not the less pitiable and harmful be- cause II U sincere. Enlightened Cana- dians know their country Is being defended In Europe against plaraWe despotism which. If It could triumph oier Britain and Franco, would lav siege to the strongholds of liberty in the new world. Every prin- ciple ot honor and Interest anrt every impulse ol frerdom whtch other nations to fight until Germany casts out her present rulers and democra- tizes herself demands equal sacrifices land exertions from Canada. This Is the justification of the Military Ser- Tice act. True words, one of them, and simply express. In different language Ihe bald truth, that ll Is actually Can- ada's war fully as much as it is the war or any country. v THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Comparisons which arc made by mil- itary writers oo the fishtins of today on the British front and the flshtlns of a year or more ago on the Somme front. Indicate very clearly how great- ly loe fightiug capacity ot the FIXING A PRICE troops has groini, ard Ineir methods1 FOR THE 19tB CROP." _ improved. Today, it Is pointed out, the There Is much to he said for the I llsti operalicg on the front baTe been aljle to mate each day's op- erations complete in itself, accom-j plishln; their abJecMres and ronsoll-! arpimenl lhat a price should ba filed now, (or ibe 191S crop. H farmers bnoir ahead of time thai they will re- ft good price Ihey will be all dating their Tuitions in one day. pro-} the more likely to put in a big acre- age. The world needs food and no country IE heltsr adapted to supply ceeding lo capture pitll other positions on the nest dav. This Is protlug j demoralizing lo Ihe Germans are losing heavily in In not being able to prepare speedily enough for The British attacks, and thus being ahle lo o3er practically no resistance lo the rashes. The on Ihe Caucasian front aro acilTe, capture of Important posi- tions being yesterday. Re- ports trom Petrograd continue to be. pessimistic. The reeling. dominates that Russia as a real factor in the. war on the allies' side has ceased to fiff- ure, and that the allies can count upon lilllE aid from this direction hence- forth. A DISCOVERY OF THE WAR. Among the remarbaule-medical de- Teloptoents of the war must be count- ed the dLscrfrpry that many unusual substances hare not only valuable bnt exceedingly desirable qualities as aall- 5eplies. One ot these substances Is brilliant ;green dye. -H kills germs, heaJs and gives excellent re- pnlts an antiseptic (or the dress of wounds, according Co tie accounts ot many British surgeons Trho are atrring in the war. Captain C. If. S, Webb, M.S., F-R C.S., of the Royal Army Medical Corps, has written briefly on (he subject for the British Medical Journal. Here are his conclusions: "1. Brlllfflui green UDdoiibLedly an aclire and efficient anllseptlc. "2. It is non-irritant. "3. It acts veil In tbe presence of serum; "5. It possesses very definite "aux- ellc' e, to go full ahead, and then called upon hla crew to give three cheers and light lo a Jlnlab. They fir- ed on tbe Austrian warship wllh Intlr one iwir gun, round after round as radlly as the shells could be serred, until a jbol from Ihe eneiny cralt atmck the breech and put Ihe gun out of flctlon- The gun- crew would not up and 3tuck to the gun. under ID their efforts to make It A SOCIALIST'S SOU-NO. SENSE. Sound seme comes from un- eipeclcd places. VTc are Inclined to A I tribute lo mo 31 SoclaltBta in the The Grain Ouide crop esti- mate for 1911 baa Jost been glren oat: 1L l'a: as follows: Wheat, bushela; oaU, bushels; bar- ley, bushela; Oar, bushr.ls. '.'I would rather be it coward wilh Slates an anti-war lhan a hero to be used a a ahouted Delegate Cas- fdr al tho Dornlnlon Trades COHZTUB. ill, but how melancholy to be a cow- rd without iDtelUcence! the Hamll on Herald's tbruit In reply. nrobatilf some would go further, .tod declare lhat thej- were pro-Cer- nan. Hut we find that Soclallsta are Jiol all ol lhat type "by any paeane, Here la an expression from Ihe lips of a Socialist, A. N. Sfrnmonp, In speak- ing at MlDueancHs, that la not antf- ,war or pro-German: "If I and J, Morgan were lacing fi nack.o! before J would thrush out the economic probfem with bim I'd ask .him. lo lake a jjun-aml tight .otT the enlmali. If we vanl peace today, wd must fight for It." And then he said: "If you stand in the road and Inter- with tho hour you delay IT by a victorious .peace, your hands are red with ihe blood ot your own men sent orer.' And, finally, this clincher: -j "To Interfere wllh the jcorernmen Isn't padflem; It's murder." Aa Teddy RoosereU would say, y- ''Dully for Simmons." It Is a pity his vitv.., arc not shared by all, Ms fellow Socfallslg In Cahyla anJ the Untied 'vBlalca. He has a clear vision. The clement, would only gftl a clear rislon, were Oermany ID pos QT aml'put Into operation acre praclkej and idcala, "_' taen like SliamoDs-who will fv iftve ft DON'T THIS Out llio country who flo not rcaltz that llitg la cadi's WAT. Naluiv.1.7 The Red Deer News, c Conierral.Te >f ibe warAis up to the resMon lhat Her.- Robert Pearson might lead a rejuvenated pirty In op postllon, and the Calgary Alberlaa points out thai the, Ncwi la li-lbe riding" reprsienled by the pre eot leader of the opposllJou. Mr idchencr must have Ih'c editor that he was going to the Senate lor surely the editor would not com "lese majeele" by trying to I the leadership avay 1-om Mm. The eaalern fnlereflfj wan lo 'shat out Cflnad.in wool from (he American raarkel If they can perAnaii of (be vrealth autt energy PC Ibo lomlulou "for national Bdvaatdga aud t for private profit." A divorce law Tor Manitoba H'llt ba ncled at Hie ueit session ot tbe leg- iature. This Is because of the Jlt- ulty ot obtalulug a Jliorce under 6 cxlstfag ualcss a heavy utlay of raouey Is Incurred. At'pre- nt tbe Manitoba resident who seeks lief from conjugal unbappluess In- urs eipense ot 5500 to a vltlt limited resources are vl ul recourse. Lawyers fly ISat II AN EARLY W Washington, Sept. collec- irt gain Uiolr object throuth "Ott h Amerl- (or Resident Wilsoii by Ma r oec rout mer- Tbe law of divorce Ittj friend uuO adviser, Colonel B. M. DMsh Columbia, Lhoy say. Is similar House, tt was .oxiiUlued at tho slate the one lu force In England and 1 department today, dots rvol Indicate 111 be copied by IOTHEKS ARE NOT DOING TIIEIK DUTY Sopl. Allan Hr'ovfn bo Is In charge of tha child bye'ene eparlmejit, Toronto, this morning, sn address to Ike delegates ot tlio anaillan Public Health Association eplorcd tho (act thai Canadian mothers du not do liiefr duty ID ro- peel lo nuternal nursing. He uoled statistics In prove that Am rlcan vomcn and even1 Iprclgn woni- n vere (ifXv per cent, uticad o[ their "anndlan sisters In this respect. thul tlio United Slates IB looking for- I ward to an early docs tho eovcruuieut (o participate (ti ibe readjustments ot Oouadarles or po- doclared. l artafrg ID Europe wheu MANY DISABLED Sept. sol- diers are returning to'Canada at tho. of from 760 to weekly Col. Alfred Thompson, member for lu (he Dominion parlla. nwif.-Vlip baa arrived In Vancouver OB tftoiir ot Inspection of hospitals undtrlfie jurlEdlctlon of military hosnltals conitnla'slon. There aro al- ready wounded aoldlere In Conacfa who have already returned from tha tront, bo uld. PRESBYTERIAN Knox Church Carrier 4lh 8th .Slrecl 5. Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon, Pattur Rev. W. F. Putw, rervlces 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 0 a.m.: Boys Department. Z.30 a.m. Big Btalers1 Bible Class. ,00, p.m.: nig Brothers' Bible .Clam. !.0i) Other" Departnicnti of Sun- day School I. p.m.: .Chinese Class. t II a.m. and 7.W p.m. niblq school al Ir a.m. A.M. Suhjecl: "Mf. Morlah In the of Calvary." P. Jl. Subject: "The Cohllnu ol Our Lord." Tho-nflstor will.-preach at both ser- vices.'. We expect, our memberihlp. We come all Rally Day Ocloljer 7lh. Christian Church Cjr. 3rd and S. Frank A. 'MM't'r, iKnee', aM 7th SI. Ptient 1M7. fd.iiO: Ilnlly Day In tlio 'SuWiy School >y' "The of i ''Four Christ- SALVATION ARMY ijtrviCM Held al the 91, t niv ,llollnc9s -lledlni; P.M. 4n4 1.30 Si] Mcetlns. Pntr" .-'Thnradayy.s.'p.rar Mi li rt In n., frca fend CHHISTAHjiLPHUNS Mttl'ln Hlflntolhtm Btwk, Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays; S p.m., Ullils Clajs. Sundays at 10 a.rn. to forameroofalo I tho Lonl'a Death, anil at 7.30 p.m. I to proclaim the glad tidings ol the I Kingdom o( God. I Subject: "A slate and Corn-] -monWcalfii In PJleftine." .AM Free ..Hfl Collection LATTER DAY SAINTS Chnreh of Jesns Chriil of Idttcf Day Corner 7th and 12Hi Sunday Sacrament p.ta...' Primary 2 p.m..' Visitors Alwaj'o Welcome. Bishop Qto.-W. Seen, 2nd A South. Phane 'J' Mtawoii 1 "i 'i (Apettolle Cor, 9th Are. 'and IJIh W. N. M. Su.idoy.nt nnd .7.30 p.in.; Tuesday nnd Thursday nl 8 p.m. Tlio will 'prfach both vices on SundRy. Af< VMI HeadyJ BkeV, Jth 31 Wednesday, I Bible suhciiir.'J P.III.', siniiy. Proclaiming fli Cioftl of (he Kingdom of [loi "Oood IMfncs of Joy Ttblc; shnl! Ijo nr.lo all people." Air Free Cdlcetl: ;