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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY WEDNESDAY. M'Gl'ST; jfi. HI Hi. DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: pally, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, per year ttelly. by mail, per year {Weekly, by mail, per year 10 TELEPHONES Business Office J; Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- dally on addrnss label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date is our authority !o Continue the sub- scription. Your King and Country need you right now! visional contract. Otherwise there will be no filtration plant next spring j and.we will have to run the risk of! another costly typhoid epidemic. j At any rale the matter now rests j wholly with tho commissioners. It's I their move next. j RICKED UP IN .SSINGCZTI FOB THE MAN I Nelson Chambers, motor cycie deal- it n hornet's'er of Hamilton, Ont., and Miss .lean in Chicago there is a home.sjSKonl wera when the motor iii-si of. German propogandists fhey riding ing under cover of "The Open Court and this bunch or trouble- makers is flooding Canada with the most pernicious literature that could be Imagined. Why doesn't the Domin taxi. Four others were injured. ion government step in and stop the mails lo this bunch? On Tuesday the Herald received in an open envelope a pamplllet reprint-i dead in his room In n Rcgina hotel, death being apparently due to an at- tack of apoplexy. At the University of California it s become known that n mother anil 17-year old son would bo among ed from tho Open Court Magazine en-jt, students matriculating when Ihe titled Outcome of the'college year begins. War." Centralia. it may be explained.! is the combination ot Germany. Aus- Ca'mrose Xormal school is to reopen tro-Hungary and Turkey, which are to for wort .for tall THE PROGRESS j OF THE WAR Swiftly the' Italians are moving to- wards their main objective in their bis offensive, the Adriatic port of Tri- este, which has been held by the Aus- triaiiE as a base for their navy. So close have the Italians now approach- ed that the navy has precipitately tie- parted for an unknown destination. King Victor's army is said to bo only 13 miles from the coveted goal. The city of Tolmino is being evacuated un- der shell fire from the Italian euns. The Russian advance in Galicia is assuming vast proportions, the-entire country being over-run by the Czar's troops. The French and British advanced their lines still further on the Somme front yesterday, several hundred yards of trenches being taken. The inter- esting announcement is made that the Canadians have been transferred from the Vpret salient after successfully holding that dangerous line for more than a year. The submarine warfare of the Huns is once again claiming the attention of tho allies and the neutral world. This warfare has recently become particu- larly vicious against unarmed merch- ships in the Mediterranean; here many ships have been sunk, without warning directly in violation of prom- ises made to neutral nations. present an united frost to the world, oj who has been a teacher in at the conclusion of the conflict. mnual arts here, will te the assist- Here is a sample ot the stuff hand- j ant head of the manual arts depart- ed out in this pamphlet, plausible, per- ment. Before leaving: Calgary tha ISIth battalion were presented with cold to buy colors by the military chapter nicious stuff that may do great dam age if it falls among stmie of Canada's foreign element: "The God of Uistory has his own plans, and the attempt to" crush Ger- many becomes a test of Germany to prove whether she is worthy to play the higher and greater part for which of "the Daughters of the Empire, and a set of sporting goods by the Sports- men's Patriotic association. The Russian Emperor has presented tne nignei aim i ue iiufcsiiiu destiny has fitted her. If she holds ,o A. A. imissllon a her ny o e own against her enemies she UOIlor Of the Order of St. George, Her Olvtl nsalllcu t't. be capable of the new and nobler tasks that await her in the future. "The present war is waged with great bitterness and probably will be prolonged lo exhaustion on both sides, but what will be the result? It is imnossible for the Central Powers to ornamented with diamonds, for his victories over the Austrians and Ger- mans in Galicia and Volyhnia. Hotels which have their bar licen- Because They Did Her Good ROOTOS, V. Q., JAS. 14lh, 1015. I suffered for many years with ter- rililn luiligcstion and Constipation. I hatl freqi'.ent dizzy spells anil hecamo greatly run down. A m'if ndviscil me to try 1 di'l so'nn J !o tlie surprise of my 1 began lo improve, anil he advised mo to go ou wilh I consider that I owe my life to "Fruit- J want to say to those who stifTcrfrnm Indigestion, Constipulion or Headaches 'try Fruit-a-lives' anil you CORIXE GAUDHEAU. 50c. a box, 6 for trial size, We, At all dealers orsent pos'.p.iid by Fruit a-tivcs Limited, Ottawa. BIG FISH SIDHES Cardnton, Aug. Punflny nesstuns of quarterly L.n.S. con- ference were very largely nlU'mUnl. Tilt! morning sessions wore Uuvoieti man to the Sumhiy r-chool .leople who held on Thurpday, a a convention of nil ofllcrrs mid teach- heiug savc-d.; llimeui, cr0p in vitW, intends in leUuiiu on (From Our Own CVrrcsimmlonO Monarch, 15. The Lutulirr Co. hero' an- busy i" ot Uunlnnv Van L'gmnm. hml Iht? wisiorlune lo iiiMHv III 1' it.111.. IHHI U all comers at The chief ad- Itirgcr sralo. ss in-. Milton liennUm, v.ns up-! W. li, Haiulall. lately with lie i llciency in Sunday school v.-crk. lor Co., at point, has olita nud the afternoon .essiou the priu- n. posilion will, I ho 1. uo- ..._ at li a.m.. and n y for all comers at dres on odlcicncy In cipai speakers were Pros. II. S. Allen, Klder A. Ivins, quorum of t'.velve, and Pros, teihv. J. Wood. The ilibciis- slon of Apostie Ivins upon repentance Jn lie the Mormon view of hell as compared with that of some other beliefs was si've. Tho wvoiiiiig: session was in eh of the. Jmurovement- ass tions. Urief addresses mad-.: .M Mrs. Armenia Leo. Pivsident of be a boon to tho Ladies and :tlan i.v their libair-1 ?nt tlie- could K recent rains.________________ IU 111. young men. (From Our Own Correspondent) Enchant, Aug. 5. Stewart Hill spent the forepart of the week at Cal- nvivia carv on business. ses revolted before September lb, Mrg H_ Reynolds caUed on Priucipiil Tlios Romuuy of tho Knight Academy dv.olt on nece.sHiiy of forming riyht habits, poinuni; out the evils atteiuliint upon and Apostle Ivins took up the subject or 'rending" and showed how one with few educational oppor- tunities become well informed by careful con.-istcnt reading. Tho proceedings were enlivened hy a male quartette from .Messrs, hayne. Smith, Cure and Meridcw. a line juit- Mr the means -CJitBiauu. leader. England has instigated the war and the war is conducted for her special benefit. The Allies are really not fighling for themselves but for England, commercial in- terests and for the continuance ult! English supremacy in the world. This ]lomeless as a result of a cloudburst s recognized by all except the French i in lhe BiTer Valley, north of patriots who always live in illusions. Charle5tont Va. and. tie Russian war party who still More than a hundred persons were drowned, property was damaged to the extent" of more than a million dollars and five thousand persons are c. Kocster on WednM. Miss Marjorie Freeburger spent the week at Travers at the home of Mrs. uy McCaun. P. O. Kundtson and family have moved on to Gus Anderson's where they will stay until after bar ,-est. Ronald Lewis, jope to get the best of England after Anything to poison the mind of the people. Don't 3'ou think it is about carrying Open Court bunk now for months, maybe longer. Let's see the lid put on. LOOKED FOR A MOUNTAIN AND FOUND A MOLE-HILL R. B. Bennett raved fluently as-ol yore about the -white shoes bein by the ladles of Calgary this year, chiding them for the waste. Probably the ladles of Calgiry be pleased if H. B. would figure out how'many pairs of white shoes that plain J. Wesley Allison got away with would buy. He looked for a mountain and dis- covered, a mole-hiL .one men An automobile procession of hundred and thirty business from Brantford made a tour through Waterford and Simcoe to Port Dover About time for correspondents to "the hum of the binder be- ing heard throughout the land." the request of the Dominion Hos- pital commission, the Ontario govern- ment has donated the old Trinity college building at Coburg, for the. care of mentally disabled soldiers. Two physicians, experts in alienism, have been appointed to carry out the at their command. The body of Mrs. Flowers, of Ed- monton, who was drowned in tie But fanners VhSRcin hold a part ofjmotor launch accident at Lac La their crop over during the winter Biche. has been recovered. The dis- ipsir UUY -----m nl caused the aban will get good long price The Herald warned the fanners the other day that wheat was due for a drop when tie speculators got through "bulling" the market The break cents on Monday. that's certain. -PLAIN J. WESLEY HE SHOULD WORRY By an order-in-council the Dominion government haa -separated THonorary Colonel J. Wesley :Allison of.'shell game lame from title. j But plain J. Wesley should A mere matter of losing an honorary colonel's title is nothing as compared to a bank account swelled-by J220.00I) in a few short montis...And he didn't lose the not 1. Wesley A1U- We have not heard from Sir Sam -6fl the question since the order-in- council was passed. It "was a cruel thing of the government to rob J. Wesley, the "soul of honor." when Sir Cam was in England. We may expect fireworks when he gets back. And, come to think of it, the sole (Special to the Hernia) Raymond, Aug. 14. The garden competition held by the agricultural iociety under the direction of the pro- ui _____ aban- donment of the faint hope which was still held hy some that the party had become lost in the woods and would yet he found alive. While digging a well on the Karl- atadt farm, eight miles northeast of Aldersori, Altai. a human skeleton II was found. The clothing worn was a uniform' of an American soldier, but the beads, and other ornaments found would indicate that it was an dan- Crei'lt died last wool and i.ervices anil burial were iierformi'd there on Saturday. Much symimlhy Is fell hi lowirror Mr and 'MIS. Muhhs. who suffered llic' lO'is Wednesday nioralns. appnr- f.nlly from InfantPn'p-.u-alysls. of their little slx-wnolis-iilil son. The child lind been sick only dnrlns the and toward morninc liis srowint' fainter. Ihn iiareuta thonchl hi' was better, only to ihn litllc follow (lead when Ihey went lo luok at him tiiat licM s dtc you hear so mudt abut1 rw .y i ,1V In 1 and 2 pound cans. also Fine Ground for Perec- liters. ICG riotic solo "Xover b> .'n. Vernon Coomhs, and an solo by baby a I'rof. Joseph Banner. The choir cavn ticularlv i'm'J child Mrs. Mobhs hav-1 1K, arranutd. with telling effect the I jng returiml willi him from Calgary Chorus." P ,-ow liefoiv, ami Ihe isit- The Biggest Fish Story itins off of the little sin- The funeral took to tin: friends at Haley lo be present. Various nLUnes will likely ooviii; ar1! t'itrdr.ton, and it of. small Monday and .Tuesday, in tleraan stated, Clinton Jonea is putting verv nice buildings. The Misses Williams and hrother ..._ Scot motored up from their Little Dow j steed ranch and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. B: Barnes. Mrs. Davies is visiting her brother j can put up a higher fish story and sive a more conclusive proof. He is still waiting. more Visitors Another his contingent left for the lakes today. The trin is made in hon- H. or of the visitor from Salt Lake City. (J. Dunn ana aaugniei A. Ivins. Leavitt, Mounlain last Sunday at the htinie. of Mrs. D. i View and Beazer sc-ttlemenis be j M. McDonald. Mr. Hennan is erecting a new dwell- ing. Mrs. C. K. Engen, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Dunn and daughter ;Merleen, spe-' Woodcock. Mr.' Wilkins. C. P. several days of the past chant. Norwegian Lutheran, services Hall J _ 20th at 3 p.m. The services will he conducted hy Rev. SI. B. Anderson o Barrhill. Mr. JfcCormick now has his motor-1 OF CANADA Uhe hosts at the luncheon to be given R. auditor spent at the Bcliy river bridge to all who aast week at En- to make the trip. Fish will be served to all comers. AH ivho wish Norwegian Lutheran services will so to do will proceed to the lakes be held in the Farmers' Hall August} where a big time is expected with a public meeting at S p.m. Nearly all Cardston's cars will make the trip. The three months' old infant of cycle in good running order, and all j jjrs. Simpson of Bonn- fowl and other animals are requested Wiiili Cash- in Use jBaalc You Can Buy to Advantage You knew how .costs more when you have to buy on credit. Why not practice self-dental for a whila If necessary, open a Savings Account in the Union Bank of Canada, and with" the money in hand, buy at-Cash price--? The discounts will help to swell your bank balance, and you will made a good start towards financial independence, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH v G, R. TINNING, Manager! GRASSY LAKE BRANCH, H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager.J The competition Indian skeleton. The skeleton is complete except part-of one leg. Thirty-two members of the Univer- to take notice. A' large crowd attended the dance IK- the Fanners' Hall Friday, August, 11. The music by the Grotte orchestra -was good and the floor was _in good condition- This was the last dance before harvest and all came for a good time. having been done The compeuuon ,n was very keen and the government The men collected wlu leave judge.was delighted for England about September 1. fine garden of half an acre was award. Robert a centenarian, ed first prize, JO, Mr. Jones' garden, at jiwdlerilie, Ont., .econd, and Mr. Eyeson E .g. of ysars and third. In the standmg fields of gram Deceased was born in Scot- there was also an eiciting race. In 4 and came to .Canada with her end, however, Henry Holmes, winner, nts JIr and Mrs w. Borrowman. j parents, Air. ana ;urs. result, on the surface, of the shell Of the big Rumely engine at lhe Dry j R 0( years. TheT were Investigation is the loss thst title j Farming Congress at Lethhriilge in i amons. the flrst of Lanark cf J. Wesley's. That, and some white- the Impression left with the people of Canada who footed the bill. FIVE TO ONE FOR PURE WATER The citizens of Lethbridge want pure water. The vote on the filtration plant pleb- iscite yesterday settled any doubt on that score. It was a. five. to one vic: tory. True, the vote wts small, much smaller than it should have been on so important a matter. But that is a common fault in civic matters these apathy. It is a bad fault, too. Tha very sllmneas of the vote, how- ever, may be taken to show that every. body wanted pure water, and each thought the other fellow would be in- terested enough to vote, BO excused !l913, carried off premier honors, Jas_j towIlshiD S. Anderson, second, and A. B. Scovii, p' _ third. I In discussing the American protest These contests are now futures in: agaiat the recent black list on Amerl- this district and are proving very firms. the London Times ular. They are doing much to encour-j that both'-the United States age care and system in planning and i and_ Great Britain have used similar cultivating garden and grain plots. methods ln times ot peace to suppress J. Stephen, of the_ Claresholm School the oplum'traffic, and that the United States followed a similar plan in the pacification of the Philippines. of Agriculture, was the judge. fcimsflf. believe the commissioners Should consider that they have the voice of the people on this matter now, and there should be no further delay.' .His true that an unfortunate turn of events necessitates a long de- ity in preparing a bylaw, submitting It to tne and getting their before they can sell tho trea notes to pay for the work. But yesterday's result ms clean cut and itiould be sufficiently safe ground on to fo ahead and award a pro- TWO MORE SUNK London. Aug. 15. -r- The Italian steamer San Giovanni Bat'ista of 1.0S7 tons gross and the Italian sail- ing vessel Rosario, have been sunk. Are You For Pre- The best for man or prepareuness lor mail North Portal recently, -me vanguaro woman is the preparedness COttlCS iTOm llVltlfif JH _ nffl- A motlev thronE of harresters, tion' i> just the medicine for tired-out, i professional hoboes and I.W.W.'s T1 rived at the international border at North Portal recently. The vanguard that comes from living in harmony with law. In Sum- mer cut out the heavy foods that tax bodily strength and vigor. Eat Shredded Wheat Biscuit, the food that con- tains all the body-building material in the whole wheat grain in a digestible form. For breakfast or luncheon with berries or other fruits. Made in Canada vest. The Canadian immigration offi- cers were kept very busy sifting the genuine harvesters from the "I won't workers." Mourned for more than a year as dead, Alel. Clarke, one of Calgary's best known yonng men, turned up In sent back from a German prison camp as unfit for further ser- vice. Clarke was employed in tho Dominion Land office in Calgary for two year: betes '.he outbreak of the rar. Portland's 400 have appeared In films, the Brat production of "Veda the a burlesque on Theda Bara, In which about 399 of the 400 took part, appeared a movie hous2- The written-and directed hy Floyd Tarpley of Portland's younger has bsen months In the making, and includes scenes in the wealthy and elite, scenic around Portland and in the of the biulncsi section. WELL-KNOWN ONTARIO WOMAN SPEAKS. Welland, am" most pleased to that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip- j tion has proved itself a first-class remedy. 1 was run-down, weak and played out, and needed a woman's tonic. I have just j finished using one j bottle. I feel much I stronger and better. Can eat better and am iesa nervous. You may Bay .ttm' 'Favorite Prescrip for tired-out, worn-wuu women. It doea wonders lor CEO. FLANTOAX, E. Main j and State Ste., Welland, Ont. THIS PRESCRIPTION IS FOR YOU.! If you suffer from hob flashes or j ness, fainting BpelU, hysteria, tir nervousness vou are not beyond lief. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is directed to the real cause and promptlj removes the disease, and thereby bnnga j comfort in the place of prnlpngcii misery, i It has been sold by druggists for nearly j BO yenrs. in fluid iorm, at per bottle, civing general eatisfriotion. It can now be had ia lugar-csat.-il tablet form. Sold by all medicine dealers orHrial box bj mail on receipt of 50 cents in stamps. Kvfiry sick woman may consult us 05 letter, absolutely charge. without fear .is without fee, t< Faculty of the Invalid'' Hotel, Dr. V. M Pierce, President, 063 Main bt, Buffalo, N.Y. _______, Dr. Piercc'a Pcllcte are uhequaled as i Liver Pill. Smallest, canal lo lake. Ont Untl Sugar-caaled I'cllcl a Dose _Cun Headache, BiliomfHesdaclie, uaa ness, Constipation, Indigestion, Blhoui Attacks, and all derangement of tilt Urm gtouwch and When the Quality of Work and Good All-rpund Service is .the Is Given for-'-- Lethbridge Herald PRINTING WEliavcemlcmoiorltobuikl our on I in- i'oundauon of Good H well and doiiiu; it wo want to iiicrcaH' it iiiiouu Ihoso wlio nppnrhHo sucli service. Lrl us set togcthci YouVan ic.u li us by rest is up to us. The: Lethbridge Herald Job Department E. Hupi. ;