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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HEHALU WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 23; alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Crttly. delivered, per week Daily, delivered, por year E-ily.' by mall, per year [Weekly, by mail, per year kuuzie t iyiiuuii' ,tt tho province is Into debt arid Us cre- dit continues ioidrop; if speculators far-sighted enough to engage, the ser- .yhios of Rou'sor; Hoid Wallbrhlge sire still jugRlo AVith our to tho detriment of legiti- mate industrial expansion; if the ma- chine with its Welches, Prices and Company remains the arbiter tu' the country's destinies.mid if. finally. Mr. 00 Uowsur and his Voile-agues r Riehai'd MoBrhie to some lucrative [shelter at tnc expense of the taxpay- 'i ers. it will be useless for the electors to complain. They will have siven Uieir mandate for those very things: e iCKEDUPIN Mrs. llossa. widow of tin; Irish, pat- riot and journalist, diod in. New York. TELEPHONES 1253 Editorial 1224 W. A. Buchanan :Jphn Torrance M.-Luaging Director. .Business .Malinger Dates of expiry of "subscriptions ap- year address label. Accept- ence of papers after expiration date is our authority1 to continue the sub- "-'-scription. Your; King and Country you rfgh't THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The latest development in the new Offensive of the allies in the Balkans is the stand made by Greek troops against the invasion of their territory by the Bulgarians. While this may not The cost of living showed slight itrop tor July as compared with June I hoy will have placed their endorse-1 must foods averaging lower, mem upon the system and nl! its j _ works laud jobbing patronage, wnMjim H> Timlin, justice of the curse.. Dominion Trust, illegal Ivor-1 Wisuonsin supreme court, died at his sion of futuis, railway deals, jlome m Mnwmike" manipulation, ruinous extravagance, on! LIBErtMRINBI GEIS1! ON vcryihinp." Two -eases of infantile paralysis Uneasy lies the head that wears! have xK'veloned in an Indian encamp- the crown, repeated Sir Robert Borden I six miles from Clintou, Ont. nut very civil words cuilhs the com uauy in which he found himself upon the platform a rot of shysters. This was over by the other speakers without comment. lie hud no vise for either political party or their candidates, appropria- ting to himself and his uarly all tho j honesty of purpose to be found In the 'country. His appeal, was to his tel- Jow-workiag men and said his object was one of educating his fellows to the point they would all see as he did when the eml of had p' tics and bud Union would arrive as the v-yrld of ow- after the Soutln camo in. Toronto returns Thoiuaa Brodio. professor of physio- logy. Toronto University, died sudden- i Ronmania is likely to jump any day ly nl and Germany has a notion it will be) During the past year the British the other way. Germany seems to be.j government spent for jam guessing right for once. Greek.soldiers are fighting the Bui- gars whether the Germauophile king of that country likes it or not. Wonder what he's going to do about-it. Calgary had three drunks in court in [one day recently. Xow. the News- mean- that the Greeks have definitely j Telegram wouldn't surely suggest that joined the allies it at least indicates Calgary is also centre name that they are prepared to'oppose any it yourself, move made by the Bulgarians into Greece, and it is all in line with the for the British soldiers. King George, during- his recent visi oitl parties departed thi pression. He had no use for the hind policy of the present government. He had taken up a homestead some years ago, hut had abandoned it because it. con- hundred and fifty-nine acres of recks and one acre of bush. The only way he could olant even daisies upon iu was with a crow bar, with which to pry holes between the rocks. He had no interest iii the railway 'to Belgian headquarters. decorated policy because all the advantage they Queen Elizabeth of Belgium with a to working men was to work Royal Red Cross of the first, class, on them during coastractioii and walk on inem after they reauy tor train service. Mr. McDonald wound up his rather illogical speech with a very flowerly preoration in which he Eight men wen? arraigned iu the Federal District Court in Brooklyn as counterfeiters. They were .planning to flood the country with in bills of small denominations.' to reap their harvest. farm- er is king these days. A Bow Island man and his sons sold allied offensive and calculated to help! worth of their last year's crop! It along towards success. the other day just before starting in j The' naw offensive is growing in fury. While the French and British, sided by Russians and Italians are pressing attacks in the Lake Doinm region the Serbs have been successful in their assaults on the Bulgars near Monastir. The only forward move by Bulgarians has been towards Kastoria and Corysta which are said io have been occupied'by the Bulgarians. On the British front in France fur- ther gains are recorded near Thiepval. and Pozieres in which several hun-! _-, A new rust attacking carrots, goose- berries and white pine, ha? been dis- covered in the St. Catherines district. The Glenvills grist miit. :i landmark of .North York, Oat., originally built more than a hundred years ago, and since remodelled several times, was destroyed by fire. The loss is fibout wiili insurance. And now, if British Columbia for- sakes Bowserism as seems likely, it is hardly. likely we- will hear much Struck bj a teacup thrown by his shouting for a general election from j wife, William Kennedy. Toronto, had twp arteries in his neck severed and was taken to St. Michael's hospital, j where he lies in a serious con- dition. certain political camps. The; French have progressed at Clsry and Guillemont. Their airmen have done serious damage to several Ger- man positions. The Russians have made further gains against the Turks in the Cau- casus. TO SALUTE J. WESLEY NOW meeting in Toronto H. H. Dewart, K.C., told the audience, says" the Winnipeg Tribune, how, in the. absence of Sir Sam Hughes The farmers of Southern Alberta were, given, government aid in the spring of 1915 when they needed it If they save this crop they should make strenuous efforts to pay back every dollar of their obligations. Their credit and the credit of tho country depends on .their efforts in this direction, and credit is too preci-, ous a thing to tamper with. j told his hearers that the SoMulist party was pledged to continue its tight until they had wiped out all kinds of government and instituted iu- stead a new society in which there would be no exploiting uf labor and every man wonhl the full L'ruifs of his loil. M. A. McDonald Mr. M. A. McDonald, wno followed McDonald the Socialist, was subjected to some hooting and cut-calling, at the beginning-, but held his ground and went over the financial conditions of the province making a clear c.v: position of the failure ihe Boivser j government during the lust few years j to put the province on a financial basis that would safe guard itc credit. He was heckled about the Vancou- ver plugg ing-sea ml sil and made good his defence, but it remained for the You Will Thoroughly Enjoy a Meal at v THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE 322 Fi flh .'Street ,S. i Xcwly. Renovated anil Ktihirscu New MiHierni.v Equip- ped Dining- Kitmn and Thoroughly Ventilated Excellent Cuisine Attentive Service Table Bounti- fully Supplied With the Del icacies of the Season. Very Moderately Priced. Now the Best and Cheapest Place to Eat in the City THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE 322 FIFTH STREET AN INTERESTING JHISII SNAPSHOT Among the recent promotions gaz- future premier Of the province to put etted appears the name of Capt. R. B. J such a quietus upon the dastardly at- Etiton, who has been appointed tern- tempt Victoria to besmirch the porary major of the 50th battalion, putation of the senior member fn Major Eaton is a member of the legis laiive assembly of Alberta and repre- sents the constituency of Hand Hills, i Country Clerk Win. Richardson, of j brought blushes of shame to ilia cheeks of any Vancouver as should have Bowserlte that heard him. Applause for Brexvctsr L When Mr. Brewster stood before Brockville. has received word that his audience an unknown Allison. He added that, from an- nouncements In the press, he believed thai His 'Royal Highness had signed that order, whereupon a white-haired man rose and cried: "God save and liless ihe; Duke." There are many will feel the yet, but for the revelations of Mr. Kyte. Cana- dian soldiers would still be expected to salute J. Wesley Allison, THE-DiSCLQSURES IN SASKATCHEWAN The disclosures of the Brown-Elwood commission iu wcich certain-members of-the legislature of the province are involved were not ua- expected. At the time the charges were made the Herald held that they should be probed. They have been, probed, with results known to everyone. Lady Wimbourne and her two daughters Hon. Rosemary and Cynthia feet five he had the close Guest. They are the family of the former Lord-Lieutenant who has been attention of man and woman iu the audience and held it to the end, hia hearers being .loth'; to see Him stop. The heckling soon sank into silence and silence into respect and respect into conviction. been it a poli- jt nothing whatever to do with politics j B company and Alberta's experience should prove been i j hospital su: Votes for Women At the very start of Ins address he the of Uie tell 157th battalion, them that If he and his party were reinstated. 'NIPPERS ARE GRIPPING AND BE'' possible. FORE LONG WEH.L HEAR Ureunied THE CRACK." Criccleth, Aug. Three years ago nobody that Great Britain would t ndur" millions of young manhood la jihe battlefro'nt. The vigor of our de- i manrf niust be according to the-meas- a i ure of our sacrifices." speech last night to his fellow tow'as-.j men here, David Tjloyd George, min-1 al meningitis. KILLED BY BINDER j No person over fifteen years of age i twill be permitted to land "in Australia] i after September 1st, without a paas- i returned to power one of the first bills jiater of war, said: to be passed would be one giving to "I am satisfied with the way things! Moose Jaw. Main them the full rights of citizenship to j are going; I feel for the 'first time in Maplebusii, near Elbow, Sask., was ivas met lvith a years that the nippers are grip-'] instantly killed, on Saturday, whei a juiug and before long we will hear the i binder under winch he'was working, ;r-1 crack. Then we will be able to ex-j felL srrikirrg 'hinr on the back of the head and breaking his neck. Me had authorities it was announced recently- -was m tne good graces of all. "I say that we shall see that there blocked Urn binder uji for the pur- iPersons sailing from polKy 'jLftM in "ur-day. BoSe-of, taking-out-the wheel iSSU6li by remind Mr. McDonald 'I'3' !t New Castle, the I was eleven years old until 1 was seven- teen I suffered each month so I had to ba in bed. I had head- ache, backiche and such pains-I .would cramp double every month. I did not know what it waa to be easy a minute; My health waa all run down and the doctors did not do me any (food. A neighbor told "my mother about Lydijii E. Pinkham's-VegeUble Compound and I took it, and now I feel like a new person. I don't suffer any more and 1 urn regular every HAZEL HAMILTON, 822 South 15th St When a remedy has lived for forty yean, steadily growing in popularity and influence, and thousands. upon thousands of women declare they, their health to it, is it not reasona- ble to believe that it in an article of great merit? If you want special advice write to I.ydia K. Pinlcham Co., Lynn, Mass. be opened, read and answered a woman auti held iu strict coulidence. For the third lime the Penticton District Fruit exhibit lias won flm prize aud gold medal at the. Vancou- ver exhibition. The same prize was won in 1913 and 39M. No exhibit WRH made last year. The exhibit was in charge V. Dynes, who also won ten first prizes and one second with plate exhibits. The funeral the late Dr. H. R. McKidd, was the first motor funeral Dalton McWilliams. No less than four Albertana figure Mrs: A. McWilliams, j result of the Bowser policy that had madft it impossible for him or any one son of Rev. and else to get a chance at some of the .Calgary, died beat lands in the province, now tied n'the latest list of Canadians honor- i spinal meningitis. He. was .a mem-; up in the hands of speculators. whi 'bravery mi thejber of the 13Tth uaiialion, wished to exploit such men as hi; lattleneld Aniou" the number arc 1a crack shot, having won the Bisley friend the Socialist candidate. CLT. Costisan, D.S.O.. and Capt j cadet Hugh Niven, M.C., both of whom have "e been for honors on evenvoc- j Alterta. the 'military r authorities .had them to" bestow i :TliJs time Caot: Cos-j Lieut. Ei Capt C T D S.O. and Capt cadet championship of the British em-! He thus turned the remarks of the He ivas -.veil known throughout j Socialist- candidate in a neat and gentlemanly way even though that young man had but a few. minutes Ernie Pinkham and Lieut Jt now remains for just punishment j tigan. who had before won 'the. D.H.O., i R. Pouncey- of Calgary, both members to be; meted out to the guilty parties Have been found to have been in- js aTV-arded the Military Cross: and j of the 31st battalion were promoted to Capt. Military captains for splendid service during Air. Brswster how many Chinks he ________ 7-------- in his employ and quick as a. shot i Awarded -Tthe The other Al- i front. Lieut. Pinkham was reported tne answoj- came back "not as many the movmce In passing or taking honored 'Kre Major Albert wounded only a short time ago. I Bowser _has in his kitchen." vol -witn the Trim tne icensed nf of Cross a year ago, at St. Eloi, has been recent encounters on the western before referred to the speaker as' a "shyster." At one time an interrupter asked British people have made great- .and while working at it the er sacrifices than we ever thought gave way. held in Calgary. The body was car- t ried to the cemetery in a motor blocks i hearse and there were over 200 motor I cars in the proctiMion. brihes It would Keefe of the of Ed- j ppeai from the report monton, wlio "is? how a D.S.O., and! He took occasion to 'call his hear- Fire destroyed the large barn oniers' attention to the Siberian meth- that the government of the pio.mce! Lieut- Toit White, who left j tho s. Price ft Sons' clnlry- farm and lately introduced into the eam- not nf ii r Calgary with Col. Sanders as a mem- iBrimlale, occasioning total loss of j Paiji by Mr. Pooley, the-Bowser can- was not cognizant 01 tne state 01 at- bjjr o{ lhe ploneers_ He been partly covered by insurance, dldate in Esqulmalt. when he demand- fairs -nhich obtained But the voters granted .the Military Cross. The barn contained 200 tons of hayled the resignation of Wirtman from are the final judges on tnat matter and thirty pigs, an electric motor and. j Liberal executive committee in tbev mil lender their judgment it' j thousands of bushels of oats. his riding. the paJii It 11 Saskatchewan i piolj-l, Tbe. f' 1Iar-v> OnL; i j Mr. Brewater closed a most master- lem we can i n voll a" n of Jacques Bourrelier. IJutte, Mont., ftll and convincing speech by taking lem and we can ve at or 1 .o, MOOR., son James went lni ,m. a drlve in M wlth' up tlle nh M H withhold our judgment until thej Mooref 01 that town, who is now a Vancouver plugging investigft- passed tlieirs prisoner in Germany, fhcy will un-. aome mine-owner's aon" tion, going over everv future of the WHAT BOWSERISM IN B. C. MEANS Even B. C. Conservative newspapers assume a half-apologetic tone when they boost for Bowser. They intimate -ivrhom he had met at a prominent up, case from the appointing of U'o law- dertake to send him a hamper ot town hotel_ and ,t is he wokc (yers of the legislature on the corn- each montn. on flold raiiius }800 .in i mittee and then 'refusing to allow rash, a gold watch aad chain and a the minority a lawyer to assist them, diamond ring. neither of them being lawyers. Summer Punch and _........................ Pep come from a food that that a Liberal jovcrnnjeut couldn t do I is rich in muscle making rnatenai ancj IS fjj. better 10 win swap ett But the LibeiaiS uith Su Hibbert Tupper and many other staunch Con- servatives to aid are making a grand fight and three from tell 'the tale. It is little wonder friends cannot jump into the fray with.much enthusiasm Thp Times sizes tip cbarices very well in the following 'Oi. September 14 th? ofl diet and Get back brfore most fateful dilution that will have given the '.people of tliii coimtrv will declare who ther or" BOt thej dGBlie to be td b> Mr Bowser for five more vpars under the sjsterd known tia BOUST Jsm, concerning uhich thc> pan have no ir Members of the London Trades and Labor council at a meeting passed a resolution to form a company known as "the London Labor Temple Lfabil- in a most, unmerciful way the low trickery resorted to by the chief council of the -Mr. Bowser, throughout tne whole inves- tigation, winding up with" scuthin'g _ company. This company will be! denunciation of an anonymous sheet gested It IS What you jaskcd to secure government chart-1 which purporled to ije a report of that digest, not What you eat, i''r for the erection in London .1 (labor temple. that makes healthy tissue. ___ Every ;shred -in Shredded Eleven surgeons and eleven Wheat Biscuit is full of body building nutriment. The burden of years of food folly Can be unloaded by going on a Shredded Wheat sticking to it Shredded Whe4tcontams all the body- buildirig" material in the prepared digestible form. A i deum to For K. With milk or cream; he wining to to the ractdc feaern and Made in Canada comprising another detachment of tlie Harvard surgical unit, left Cambridge, Mass., for New York, to sail on the steamer Lapland for England. The party is in charge of Dr. Daniel Fiskc .Tones, of Boston, chief surgeons and if.'will replace at a British base hos- pital'in Franco other members nf the unit whose term of service ends Sep- tember !Hh. A recent order-iii-coiuicil under the far measures net. in order to make greater -provision for safety in explosives factories, provides that every person who takes, or attempts iu ifike.'or assists in (aking any mat- ches into explosive factory or into any building, enclosure or place is liable to a fine not exceeding or to imprisonment, for any term nrk exceeding w.v months to both fine am! imprisonment. of a I investigation and which was unsigned without a union iabel or any other mark by which the printer of the thing conlcr be identified. "And in conclusion, ladle? and sen- tlemen. I want to to you that whether the Liberal party is returned to power next month or not, I shAll make it my duty in the writ case to ferret out the source from Whence money came with which to carry'flh that plugging and to determine thcr the at i large as six million dollais tan be lowed to go unpunished in this phn ince.' Mr. Brewster captured his and will leave hthlnd him tile lion tlmt. the province his in hint man who I3.fearlessl> a -corrupt and inc fllclpnt nSnt With and what is still beaor IjfcKTufe With the people of tills iitinj-'t arm ran vlcstlon that he lit Irfiiiiiphiml )y returned at the head of a law ma- jority In UK; house will so inucli to do after Htli. "Urnnwl But that Carlyle Ice Cfeam Is Good saj s little Willie; and Willie Knows because he's a connoisseur. He can tell good ice cream the' iHbtaiiHt touches his palate. a tip from Willie. He says, want a ulHirishing dessci't, order Car-' lyle's'Ice cream." It's pure as pure can t'lavory, ricli and whojesoine. i Ice Cream is sened at all the leading fountains and ran he'had direct from ns. i PHONE 1576 The Crystal Dairy, Limited >v ,W. ;