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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta JPAiSE f OUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TURSDA.Y, AUGUST. IS/lOt*.! 5bi Iktbbrtbde Deralb Xctbbrl6ae, Blbcrta OArty And wkeklv ' 8ub�er)pt)en Rattt: Datty, delivered, per week ., Catlr. delivered, per year ., tJiUy, by mall, per year .... iWoekl.v. by mail, per year .,,, .. 10b ..16.00 . .13.00 ..11.00 TELEPHONES BaRtasss Office ............... 1281 Kdltorlal Office...............' 1234 W. A. Buchanan John Torranca Managing Director Buslnos Masacar Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap-pesr daily on addrosg label. Accept* ance of papers after expiration dato la our authority to eontlnue the �ub-scriptlon. Voup Kina and Country naad you ilBht nsw'. the PROCnESS or the war Yesterday's despatches recorded still further progress by allied troops on all fronts. The Italians are gradually driving the Austrian forces from the Carso plateau, and are dally taking numbers of prisoners. The Russian advance along the Oa-lldan front continues unchecked. In the region of the middle Strlpa the Austrlans have been pursued to the northern bank of the Dnelster. Substantial gains on British and French fronts to the extent of nearly a mile along wide fronw. are recorded. Fighting with Uie Turks at Suez and In Alesopotamia continues. STUDY THE FREE HOSPITAL QUESTION . We are pleased to sec that the Hospital Board decided that the lime was not ripe to consider the free hospital question, not because they dc not believe in the principle involved but because there are so many details of management and financing to work out. The principle stands out clear cut aud free public hospitals are coming, probably sooner than many of us imagine. But, as we pointed out last Thursday, there are so many Important details to be worked out, all of T?hich bear on the practicability of the scheme, that it is better to take plenty ol lime to study the problem from every angle. The United Farmers of Alberta have the whole question of free hospitals in band and it Leth-bridge keejpe pace with uiem we will be doing very well. But it is a quea tion of which we should not lose sight for a moment. F)ICKEDUP1N ASSINGCZZI rdn THt BTTSY MAN r. B. should send out s. o. s. call "I think it is one of the most distressing signs of the times that women will buy these long white kid! shoes when they might get plain ones tor half the money and give the rest to the Red Cross." Thus spake R. B. Bennett, il.P., to � Calgary audience on Sunday even-liig. "When R. B., joUy old bachelor that he is, starts talking about the sort of shoes the ladles should wear we Imagine he is getting beyond his depth. His idea on the above occasion was all right- he was endeavoring to tell the', audience that everyono should give to the Red Cross and the Patriotic Fund until it hurts-but his executloiv was awful. Couldn't he find Bomething he knows more about than laides' shoes to talk of? If R. B. ever goes up against the ladies' vote in Calgary he will find out the terrible ^bull" he has made. For the majority of ladles would rather go without food than be out of the fashion, and white ehoes are the fashion this season. Probably the guilty ladles are living on two meals a day in order to give to the patriotic funds. R. B. should stick to bis knitting and not go wandering Into the realms of milady'a choice. He la distinctly out of his element, and cuts a ludicrous figuro for one who sways the House of Com-aions under his magic oratory. Mud or water? The verdict will bo known today. The Russian bear seems to be getting up speed as he goes, swallowinf a few Austrian towns and a thousand or two Hun prisoners as daily breakfast food. But just wait till he strikes his stride. Now is the time to prepare for the big Patriotic Fund campaign this fall. Lethbrldge is to raise $30,000, or three dollars a head of population. It is a l)lg task, but the city raised $37000 last year, so there's no doubt about ths outcome. A baby With two teeth was born In a Calgary hospital. Profits resulting from the Branden sumiher fair totalled |i6,200. The r�-celpth were |74,r.00. C. fi, WAagen Is the new Norwegian consul in Calgary, succeeding Ernest 0. PeSQOd.- Ther� were four times as many births In Calgary during the month of July as there were deaths, there being 187 Births and 38 deaths. The congregation of Knox church, abderlch, extended a call to Rev. R. C. MCDermld of Stayner to succeed Rev. George B. Ross, now of .^fontrcal 1-leut. Harold G. Henderson, son of Lord Farlngdon. has been appointed mlllUry secretary on the staff of ths Duks ot DevonsMie. John J. Cbughlln, a prominent Stratford lawyer, has been appointed county judge ot Kent, Ont, In succession to Judge John L. DowUn. resigned. The old lighthouse, which has been a landmark for years at Cobourg wharf, la to be torn down, and its place supplied by a revolving light at the enB of the pier. The Xew York ^public schools will not be permitted to open as scheduled on September tl. because of the epidemic of Infantile paralysis. Newfoundland dealers In cod liver oil estimate that they must face a loss of about a million dollars as a result of changed conditions In the market this year. The Mooney Biscuit and Candy company, limited, with plants at Stratford. Xiontreal, Winnipeg, and Vancouver, has made an assignment in favor of its creditors, documents being Died at Stratford. A calf was born on the farm ot Mrs. John Bossence at Harrington. Zorra township, Ont., which had two well-developed heads. The body was sligHtly deformed. It died a few minutes after birth. After attending the formal opening ot the Red Cross hospital at Buxton, England, Gen. Sir Sam Hughes motored to Chnttsworth and spent the night with the Duke of Devonshire, returning the next day. A gift of 1100 to buy comforts for the men of the Mad Fourth battalion was given to Lleut.-Col Colquhoun, of-j.iJcert cpmwandlns that battalion, by the; >V. ,........... ',.1,:'... ..^vim,. =b LOOK OUT rOR "OFfttttH Mci." province. Equal suffrage was a matter ot vital Importance to every woman In the province. The Liberal party believed that the time had arrived in British Columbia "when women must have a say in the affairs ot this great province, fApplause). What Is the policy of the government on this matter? They are leaving the matter In the YOUR SOLDIER frisnd-whethsr in training, or �! ready at the Ironl-needa Zam-Buk. It cannot be eaualled for the manr '�mall Injuries and ailmenta Inol-dental te a soldier's Ht*. Bergt F. Bremnar of the 8th Canadian Mounted Rifles, writes: "For healing cuts, sores, blisters, etc., Zaaa-Buk cannot be beaten." Corp. Fremlin of the 10th Field Ambulance, writing from France, Bays; "We Dnd Z�m-Buk splemdld for Injuries and ailments, but we haven't enough of it" Brery soldier should carry a box et Zan-Buk, as nothing ends pain and stops bleeding so quickly; it also prevents blood-poisoning. 50o. alt druggist!, or Sam-Buk. Co., Toronto. hands ot the male voter. The government should either extend the franchise to the women or turn down the matter. Every Liberal should work whole-heartedly for tho carrying into effect of this measure. The presence ot tho female voter at the polls election day will have a tendency lo help clear tho political atmosphere. The doctor asked R. F. Green, Dominion representative for the Kootenays It he had carried out his promises to the lumber industry, when he was allowed to carry the district unopposed in a bye-election, when Mr. Goodeve resigned to accept a "higher up" position. The doctor failed to see the sympathy between the Bovernment at Ottawa and that of Bx"'sh Columbia. Was there not an opportunity for Mr. Green to deal with the question of ship building at Otta:wa on behalf ot British Columbia? Surely this was a national question and could be treated as such. Premier Bowser at I^'ort Steele came out boldly and said lie accepted the full responslbmiy of the McBrlde government and the actions of his own ministers for everything they had undertaken, but he said there must be no post-mortems. He also admitted that his government was ex-travasant. that they had pone on spending the public monies recklessly but that tho government was colored by the actions ot the people. The people were extravagant and the government followed suit. Surely this was a lame excuse on the part of the government. Tho government is to lead the people, not to "lollow suit." Mr. Caven has been your representative for seven years, and although parading as a labor man, has not brought down, or made an attempt to bring down, one Hingle measure to assist labor. The Liberal candidate asked the audience to accord the premier a hearing, as he had much to answer tor. He urR^d that law and order should prevail and no "rough house" methods re.sorled to. As time was up tho doctor took his seat, the aP plause being exceptionally hearty, round after round rending tho air. r. f. Green IVl. P. Mr. Green opened by Btating be was hero in the IntevoBls of the llowser govoniraent. The retort camo back 'hard luck." Tho speaker stated Mr. Bowser's word was as good as jils bond. His speech trom that on was IV duplicate ot the Fort Steele ad-dross. "Bob" was not meeting with the reception ho thought was duo him as Dominion roijresentative and he switched from boosting tho government to the patriotic He told how his hoy was in I^JuKland and fighting the Hun. He did not toll his audience that as their reprcscutativo ho had done nothing for East Kootenay, Ho did not make known to the audience that a number of delegations waited on Utm at varlovis times In un effort to receive some recognition trom Ottawa and were given little encouragement or .Mr. Green was Indisposed. There I are n number of things .Mr. Green must explain in East Kootenay. He promised protection to the lumber interests. Tho mlUmen ot East Kootenay aro facing unfair competition in the prairies by tho dumping ot American lumber. Ho closed his remnrUs by saying one community could not prosper without injuring tho other. This is only too true. West Kootenay has prosporod at tho expense of East Kootenay in tho matter of Dominion government appropriations, Every businoss man in ICasl Kootenay realizes this. Premier Bowser ; Apart from grilling Dr. King, tho premier's address Tvas a stereotype of the Fort Stoele'.speech. it was clear With the NEW FORD at $555 You Get Ford Service -'NufSaid The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avenue South. Phone 633. Have you smoked "Noblemen" Cigars lately; '\, What Girls and Boys Tliirik About Advei'tising' ! A number of Entries In tho "Advertise and Smile" Competition v/llt be published in this spacer Horald Office, City. j^avfis money. j^jakes good. - jnterests all. j^lnk to success. , jjverybody satisfied. t � 1 . ALICE 1. ROSS, Age 10 yoarH, , lfil9'3rd'AvonijQN. ;