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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEIHIHUIXiE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. AUGUST 22, 1316 PAILY Daily Subscription Ratec: week .Mivcred, per year us mail, per year Per TELEPHONES Snstowis Office 1 Editorial Office IV. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Patfes' of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear daily 011 address labrl. Accept- ance of papers nfter expiration date is authority to continue tho stib- scriptiou. and Country need you rlflht now! 'ill lie closely waLyhivl tor it nsuy meun.tlie disrupting of the central nations by the culling of communica- tions. botwren Berlin :uid ople. Serbians are advancing. presumbaly on the left tlank.aiui are al- ready on their way to roraplure Slon- astir. The campaign ill Balkans is fraught with great possibilities for with been the allies anil. the thoroughnes which the preparations luivo made augur well for the ultimate sue- ICKED UP IN -OR THE BUSY MAN District As a result of ora. in aid BOW ISLAND (From Ihe .Mr. nod .Mrs. S. G. cehyd a latter this we .inmleson re- l; from tne.r gue. j local Red was cess ol votVture. j Major H. Kelson, Victoria. writes very Biitertiilaingly of his periences the old lantl and lo he iu sniat spirits. Host of luo j ,'inju. (o m ay 11 UP. C.M.K.. has bee., appointed aide-de- Uim, thc beon camp lo Lieut.Geuenvl fcir Pert) Lahfl ln Actual Celit conditions, DEWART'S WIN. WARNING Mesopotamia. taking ON NICKEL QUESTION of ot thts TowB Hartley H. Llhan.1. in South-} Wgh wagw bre-d Ims rilseil to simm n 2S mlllg. west Toronto by 500! (cents per loal at Unlench. IHMC.UI Ol j ,nmlo ag School general Southwest Toronto has spoken in j five, ns heretofore. purposes H. debenture li. total uf -fc, jiigli St. Catherine? under late regulations uncertain way. a warning to tlici Hearst government of Ontario and the J; This last is two mills lower than II. .Jenkins of Tmvner. X. D.. _ g res or Horden goverameni the Dommiou. ten llcanmi hotels, twelve app I- beothet Geo. .loiikins. There were three outstanding (lues- c.atious for licensed standard hotels j Hff amr ,wo f011s to tlona at issue, prohibition, the hydro have been received by the mspc'cun. jan.ive (lcre shortly an, 1Vill take up and nickel. And o( these nickel was w M welUillowlj pavamoimt. Norris tell because the footbaHcr Calgary city employee, people of Southwest Toronto, us those !hus his family I'mit heels' it: of tho nonunion as a whole, arc not j hospital with wounds received in nc- tatisfied'with the altitude of the THE PROGRESS iWAR With the development of the new allied offensive in the Balkans, the pressure on ihe Teutons and iheir lies commences from still another rection. The uew drive is being con-j ducted with the persistence which has marked the offensives of the western front and on ihe Russian front, and which is indicative of the general plan of ihe allies to pursue a general of- fensive against all Teutonic armies to ft conclusive victory. The Balkan offensive is developing on a wide scalo. The allied attacks against the Bulgarians have met with success. .The Bulgarians, however, are eminent? ou the nickel question. Southwest Toronto Is Tory by inheri- tion. land in the vicinity. Schatz. of S-il. Is. reported to have started cutting his wheat on Wednesday. His farm is situated about 15 miles south of town near hi a fit otXinsanity resultins tiom an attack of delirium ircmens, W. The nickel question, taken Toronto, aged about saniple of other blunders ut Queens 'ark and Ottawa, turned a traditional Tory ?eat in the Ontario legislature Liberal seat. Tht? Toronto World more thfl'i a -.veek ago had this to say about the Southwest Toronto. slashed his throat with a razor and killed himself. McDonald, district passenger agent for the Canadian government railways, died Montreal, following an acute attack of heart trouble, from which he had been suffering for the last two months. the coulee and being in a some lvat sheltered spot, his grain lins probably ripened earlier ou that account. BLAIRMORE (From the Enterprise.! Several ofllccre were drafted to the I37ih and 138th battalions from the IDlst and 192nd prior to the for- mer's leaving for scene's of activity. Among those transferred was Lieut. Howard. A voiles miner warned G-orp.c. sustained some- injury Doe Iti his face while win-king at Greenhill mine Wednesday, lie was momi to Blairmore hospital You Will Enjoy a Meal at THE WHITE LNCH CAFE S. Newly Renovated anil Kularged Moderoly pert Dining? Room and H is learned that through !Hlri I'ecoTory w The scene thai followed beggars efforts df scripuuii. arose masse, -cheering. wildly. Many ai1 ur-evatte" and treatment for er tiling. Where the fir t Him" was severe attacl: "of aupenaicitis. made two years or more before the j !gOYemmenl has agreed, to -A further to Jic. spent in dredg- outcr- rounded-the venerable clergyman aud-. fairly carried" him to the platform. The fact that the people of South-] west Toronto tailed to support Qiessed Virgin JIary, which .was and a nationaljwas over'12 busheis to, the acre. in: Southern Alberta ive are not go- ant raise a bumper crop because i standpoint, we-have a new experience in what a "bumper "crop" means. We think of 1315 talk bumpers nowadays. consider that our aver- crop for the past 10 years is about "1 bushels, we know that a} thirty bushel crop is in the bumper class as we understand that term prior to list year. And the frosi and oth- er unfavorable .elements "will only hold off _we will..get' fiiit if the total yield is smaller than last; year, the prices promise to more tha.p make up foi the decreased yield net of Lomono are set on their ioun Lastvear we got two crops in one and and are being put into read a little better than-an average This year it. looks like a little "better' than the average 3Tielrt and two, prices in one. And on ,that basis Southern Alberta farmers stand to make more money than they did a year ago. Why then; should not Southern Al- berta Tie tie- country should pin our faith7 the'Assumption, of .the _______ jlary, vfhieli .was cele- iroeut candidate. Is. signUic-j brated in tlie Komau Catholic c-hirrcli. from a i, consiilerert quite re- of tlio amendment the tene va> _, Uh.ll be six months of the Mr. Uanha. whose removal from i date of the amendment, Warner was reported in our last issue I The amendment was p leaving tho G. 'P. fi. 10 accept a position with ihe Alberta aud Great Waterways railway. ir or April, IfllG, on ih bjiol; and see teaius helongmg to men oHndepemlent and profes tome hen.' five miles nom town mfl hop all tlie road HIGH RIVER made their first vows. and. sis young gewiil purchased rhe ..I. M Edwards jwomen took the veil, the Rt. "Rev. i Homestead of Itip acres from A. H. IMgr. Whalen receiving them. i liby, for tu the spring oi" 1315 he sowed to about 87 acres oi Freddie Porter, aged three. Tordnto, j Wheat from which he garnered a was taken to the hospital for splendid crou. Here is what he did j childrei ________ suffering from a fracture of (the base of the skiili. The little'chap with his first crou. Paid all harvest- ing and thrcaiiin? expenses and mado riding pick-a-back on the shoaltl- a payment of 4S7u on thc land and iers of another boy when .the latter j 011 hand a short time ago iSOO 'slipped, and. .falling- threw the baby bushels of wheat. heavily on his head on the pavement. jn 'nyo-p-lection to. fill the vac- V lancy caused iu the council the Itur-. (From Correapondentl j aviatiou school in -Winnipeg will j Municipality of Marquis, by the Lomond, Aug. school build-; TcaUty In the near future, of the laic Arthur R. Boad, of; time for registering renewals or" lien !n of then while in their ied (.ufllcidnt to Mi Smith tion in honora'j notes and hire receipts originally filed two years or more prior to the 19th day Apvil last will expire on the ISt.h day of October next. Renewals must have'an-affidavit at- tached setting forth thai the statement is true and that the sale or bailment writing is (not kept on foot for any fraudulent purpose or lo defeat. riela> or prejudice creditors and they must fully be filed in--.the registration district campaign where the property is situated at the! ed plain] Baltimore, Md.. the closing session today of the sixty- second annual, convention of the In- ternational Typographical Union an ar- bitration agreement .with the United States Publishers' association -was rail- ,........v..... _____ _____ fied. The agreement, is covering a per- the lowering leffect j iod of five years beginning on May 1t 11101 Us of the giow ing genera i Under its terms every difference province that to DOsitions; iiiid-.e.feh attaches that-adjective to their, names, .men known to.hflve been any Hunt, but honor iblc In their manage ment'of oftlciul public, business. D. King netl de-xliu0 more the ttldei issues ol the ind in his leception shou of the members nf the union Tvith their employers will be settled by urbitra- tion along fixed lines. NO EARLY PEACE IS SEEN BY THE DUTCH The Hague, Aug. finan- ciers are practically unanimous in the opinion that the end of the. war is s. that fimilj in the MODS way off. Theii time of the making of tlip statement I d otrict Parties holding Hen notes (it hire re j ed the doLtoi trcipts who do not file renewal state Mhm respeciPM and weie desirous In lerx fimilv in the I Calculation of nolilici iccept Dased largely nnon the tact that the friend oae ulion Prussian element in Germany stU lu indisputed control ot tua nioniJi as required IOSG Uieii lien on'honor when he had come among them the goods or chattels. J he dodo- s pointed remai ks situation, and the German people are still kept entirely ignorant qf events. ings of ihe consolidated school dist- on which we The proceeds of our farms .this year should put the farmers in a -position to withstand a 1514 year any time it wants lo come along. Better; houses, more modern in the houses to make of the faim women lighter tnd more -livestock, is irbat should follow the harvesting of the-1916. crop, cording to Capl. R. A. T. Alton G. S. lEastway. Messrs. F. T. Hill and Don- O., who is now there. He stated Sinclair were nominated, he expected to have a flyins machine ciection was held ou Saturday in that city within a very .short..time. reunited in a tie. The course of instruction in ilying i acfir decided in .ness for the commencement of school OD tlie fifth of September ,.._ H Alnlai accepted the Bositiofl J will occupy from two to three moauis. j ciair. of. principal of oue or the schools in The I and The returning of-! :avor of Mr. Sin-' II. J. Gardiner contmen'ced cuttim rdmo'nton'" an'fl Wlft shortl} leaMe i irransemenls arc beins made iiCM of oats situated south of his I Midway where at has been into position, between Septem-1 home. This was a volunteer crop; ber 14 and 16, the giant centre span on ,1 field of oats that, had been hailed Some earl> birds commenced har I of tlie Quebec bridge which is to Unit vesting a week ago and in another! the two cantilevers. This will pave K the binders will keen tune to I the way for the opening of the bridge yield. last year. The stand was excellent and should produce u fairly good their operators all around here early nest year and the final compfe- j Thn total number of bushels ship- Miu Webster has again opened up j tion' of one of ihe engineering from nigh River this season will milhnerv business in ber of the country. j soon reach the million and a quar- tl U1I111UC1 ____ he: ther3 store r Lomonfl to date consists oi 3b oils The excessive heal at inees nlaces nith more to follow and we find tnat we have i population ol about ICO J Ira Donnelley is going large, hall for renting as a general amusement hall found a victim in tlie supreme' -sense in the person of Steve. Znzwlk, who jtcr bushel mark, i-p Tuesday night f.he exact number bushels shipped was and mean while grain is being unloaded each day in j __________.._ __ _______ _ had just beeli eugageti'.to work at [large quantities by farmers. Besides! to erect a tne baggage room of tlifi. Union De- tlie above thore are stored in the pot. The man. while moving bag-5 elevators :it. the present time, O'age. was overcome and prostrated THE OFFENSIVE ON .THE BALKAN FRONT lo the four main theatres of nas noWr been added a fifth in ihe Balkans, Vwhere' the allied armies north of Salonika are beginning to move againstjthe front of about 150; .For weeks-past have known that-there has been au anny there .ready'to the Bulgarians when the time nas ripe hut a fow days ago did allied dig patches indicate activitj there We are learn that theie etic on that front about 708 000 French troopa under General Serrail besides Serbians compelled, last fall to retreat1 through Serbia; and Albania, .being picked up by allied warships, trans ferred Ho the'island of Corfu: and 'there re-made into a veteran fighting force. Yesterday word came that the Italians were landing troops at Sal- onika .so that the allied armies on the Bulgarian.front can be estimated close .to men. .Against thesu are the Bulgarp who tome time ago were reported-In have men, bui It is believed drafts Ttquirbd lo help stem tho Russian ad- rancft fiave reduced the Dumber to Ike offensive in lhc JJalkaus A Tulloch his becuied water at me I o> hear, and died a few hoiira later, depth of 120 feet Ira dull ed the well. In Ilie iuvestiga- bushele. To remove this enor- mous (juiintily of grain it required C37 cars. On Thursday afternoon a hail storm jaased around the north and north- east doing darrage m an area nine or ten mllca from hereto the Bow River. tion in New York city have induced number of society WOUIGU to offer their services to stamp out the evil and to help girls rescued froni Some of "IB unfortunate men is ere', clutches of white slavers... In nocking iito the hall insurance offices ]tion to tills unofficial agency jester The ebon here his been teoraanu ed in tte church ftter on strike for some time The baseball team is holding dance In the Sail on frida% evening is their nratvaliiiual dance police department the addl- the the distvtet .ollicc in the greatest vice hunt'the, .D. S. met- ropolis has ever Known: By a new order-iiircouncil, tlie Brit- ish government is emiiowered .under the Defense of the Realm Act to "pro- his ihiWt: el.teving ireland jmy new barn last Saturday. Everybody present had a good time The leomen Order here have Uiang ed their "of meeting from the nrst and third Wednesday to the first and third ThUrsilaS iGILLETT'5 LYE soil not'a liritlsli subject or who be- ing a British subject, has since March come or may hereafter come to the United Kingdom from parts be- yond tlie Any such persons as described in tbe order embarking for or found'In'Ireland will jie regarded as guilty.of.a summary offense, the order. Despite the illness of Sir George Paish. who is suffering from nervous trouble. tbe work of the commission of enuuiry into Canadian railways will nol. be hailed. It is believed Sir George will he able to come to Can- ada in Ihe fall, and meanwhile Chair- man A. H. Smith and Sir Henry Dray- ton will proceed with the physical val- uation of the, different roads, leaving the financial part to considered on Sir (leorgc I'aish'H Have you imokcd "Noblemen" lately? WARNER DISTRICT (From tlie ilecord.) During the heavy electrical storm which struck Warner and vicinity last Tuesday, lighting struck the W. H. j Soice home entering via the cliira- iv. No serious damage was- done. A surprise party was held at the ilev. Block last Wednesday evening. August by the young people of Warner. The party waajn the miturfi 'of a farewell as Mr.-and Mrs. HlORk sire leaving, V{ A serious occurred 7hf Lucky Strike 'ast week whoa a horse driven by Mrs. Burke and. .Lillian Brownlec. became frightened an automobile. Tim horse ran'away and in attempting to jump a fence, cvor- turned the breaking Burke's arm in two places and inflict- ing numerous bruises on Miss Brown- lee. Mrs. Burke was unconscious for some time and was taken to Grassy I-ake, and finally to Lethhrldge where fhe is progressing favorably. John Tather of Airs. G. C. Remingljm' oi Mauinasfn, died sud- denly on Sunday lant. He was years old And had only been in tills country jy month. TABER j (From the Tho Tabor AVo'meri'S Iriatitule added another lo their previous list of site- ceHBfuI'events. They held their fourlU "Food Is Its Ovfti Best Digestant' "All too heqncnth mcs for patients Avhosulloi IIOIH nidioc-iiim. when .is >i inMltcr -of wluu ilx .idiuilh nc.'d i-.i am! llu vioyt i Uod -.fulls lo li.un ou "This 11 llu l.iinou- a-, .111 .iilii lc nt ill li.iiiiinsi J ic.iMHi tin' of Ol'apc- ilu-t lli.u il liiiuislios ihis.Tcrv; I In- diucMmii i! nol only furnishes' mit I ioi (In- pi otcs-, of dij-ofion. it. fav- ors a iftiuu to 1101 m.inlis-tMiu- Inn. lion the koincls compel tlioioimli ma-litalion. ''One oiiirlit uol to oiHol coiisid'ci. idon Hie psychio ol- dual I o .ilTordotlby a -From April, 1916, Amcncan Journal of Clinical Medicine Grape-Nuts Made in Canada "There's a Reason" postu'm fjerea'l Co., Windsor, Onl. ;