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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOOT THE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AlT.rST ,li. 1018' Eetbbribjje ibccalb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: week Xorth Purth constituency of Ontario. The Ontario government BIH.V easily discover tlio rcnsons which accounted Mr tile ilefenl'. ot their candidate by. reading'the heir! of the rank and filo.. They are ignorant ot or blind to the] dissatisfaction1 of members ot their, own party anil uf voters i.t large. Ontario cabinet has become a bureau- cratic institution In a democratic conn- That is the verdict of hundreds eiCKED UP IN SSINGCZZ3 FOR THE BUSY MAN n1; The sirike of Theiford asbestos min- or per niotult for the six i months Hflur L-ond hili'lvst uiul Ilit'd-jA1 cbuwrs as well as sl'ui'U' dividends had bneu nrovldfil for. Thi is at ;i slightly hettui1 rate tba-i 'JO Ver CHiit on the'comnion ritock. 'The war orders tiro responsiiMt! for hiipo profits. Two bequests of i.'iu'h uve made in ilie will of the laic Miss Mm- WILL PROTECT THE HOMESTEADERS Thi' itaJMirlmcut oi tlio In lor- ioi: decided to extend pro- v tectton during the Imrvcst- in it reason tu all homusiuail- vi'f may for leave to in auch operations. This not, howtiviT. in- rludo llic holders of uupL-rl'rct- proxy homesteads. Kntrants nmy apply tit tlic nr tlmmsh tlio as silt "'P district iu i'U- land is situated, for this ermli-Kum. Aliseuct; from itio home- stead white cujiaged har- oiwrattum; cannot be allowed to count as residelite duties. cur authoi irity to continue the j revolt. They scription. j0 no, ,ike bureaucracy, or premiers PHYSICIAN DRANK UYSOL BY MISTAKE Saskatoon. Sask.. Aug. F. 11. Chapmiin. 11 locul practitioner, died Your King and Country naed you right now! i ?imh mistaken i with! good (or Uie country. Machine'politics has to go. The Private A. J. .Mackenzie, a deserter i n.'a THE; PROGRESS OF THE WAR Rumanians. co-6peratinc with the have captured all of the} the U9th baUalion was semen- ,1U, inoonant passes in the Carpathian Pte will rule. They W0n be (0 one at the Gwlph Prisoa I mountains leading to Hungary, and j they want service and tuey want then- Fflrm bv Magistrate Gorman of Stir- i ,hilt ,le iiccame have for more than a day been fisht-1 representatives 10 he servants. vocate and predicted that hotli ins we'l into Hungarian territory. Ru-1 tools. The awakening Is taking place Vukon Alaska would mania has moved with dramatic silvery rapidly, and .he sooner the lead- on Board of! of d.nness since her declaration of war.jers heed the voice of warning the bet- Tradf, was psid ,fi? CompaiV. at Port co-operation has already brought it will be for them and their part-1 This i, an advance of MK> within the j {if !r.it lie con "dry" ad- bo Jr TVORY SOAP can do anything that any other soap can do. It 's in thfi bsthrooni in ths workshop, in the nursery, in the laundry, about- the house. Wher- ever you need soap you need Ivory Soap because it cleans thoroughly but does not injure. PURE Procter Gamble Fnclcrits in Hamilton, Canada Her Austria-Hungary Into desperate straits, and she has also prepared an ultima- tum to Bulgaria demanding ths evacu- ies. is i last week. UAW MUW FLOUR which Sir Jla.v Aitken pmml- The Necessity of Careful Selection 1 H. B. Smith. B.S.A., for the last; Scores of farmers are installing elac-; two years manager of the C- P. j by Bulgarian troops of that ijght plants in their homes. Demonstration Farm at Strathmore.' tion of Serbia granted to the maaus more modern homes lor, ha-" Joined the staff of the after the Balkan war in 1913. I the penpie on the land. i Farmer. Furthermore, it is announced that _______ I AM Palmer of Eaiing, who good portion of Transylvania has al-i Lethbridge people must have [hurled a glass at the heat' of Aid. o are many dit'i'orcnt kinds of j The best kind oi Hour tor j the are jhands of a company 10 hr Uiiown las the PcrL'flope Sanitary .Mmiiifact- tiring Company. The vendor was ihe Montreal Trust price raid for tlir. company's assets j throusrh finest uinii t-v? said to be slightly in excess of n! panicle of dusj. dirt, fluff or lint baking: is milled from only the ].-poM FiioN'-' T the choicest broad wheat int; and other tonditionp The vendor was ilie ground imo lii's Company and Uie j of machinery, sifted again and iUiain Uioroushly j hits i'soodf pector. Provincial Inspector O'Hriftii." provincial tlio next mine hi- ll c had from ttie Raymond fair j Win. A. AViisou at the last sessitw of t .g ;ii Its AIT- council, u o api ready been abandoned to the a armies arc advancing 'on i why this city doesn't the PoiiCP charirei that territory, ja fajr> too.; Raymond makes a suc-lwjth having assaulted'and having wll On the Macedonian front Bulgarian. ceM a fftir> why not Lethbridge? 1 fully wounded his colleague, batttries have been silenced by the al mjujon dollars. The rompmiy removed. Inferior Houre. of cimrse, mine uvicc in, .July, once not receive such attention. Bread include L. M. Wend, of .1. then made from the flour ai the if- M. Wood, president; K. -I- Cluff. jinill in order to thoroughly test it be- I president of the duff Manufacturing j fore raarteiing. Icorapanv vice-president. I Ogllvie's Rnynl Household _ (sample of this superior flour. is r.tlt and agin on rfip He in AlfcliRl tlic .ntghr. ex- wards from lhe passagc.- O'Hriuii would vcnniro no opin- icn ;-.s 10. the point of initial ignition whicli the cxplofiion, nor any opinion :is to the cause. Not al! of liodies had been recovered and conse- quently tiip evideiHHj was incomplete. To Mr. Graham, Mr. O'Brien stated that when liu t-xaniined the mine the last lime, ho found that, there was Uti.iiOi) feet of air suing to" 26 men in the cross cuts at the end of six slope easl. This would be 1.000 feet per man per when the ix'gulutions call for IIOL less than feet per ile had sent samples of the air in the" splits LO and had found plosion havinjt there as a result thai tlw amount of gaa thrown off per of liuvfn? been informed that the ton in the mine was from to mine had benn in operation that day. trike. j He thought, ih.it the explosion nan been propasuted by dust iu cornice- the Hushes platform is solid enough St. Cloud, Mr.' Graham was culled unu made a during ths harvest and thresh- been dyoa-1 iamb must be slaugluerfid to hold him. Wonder if H would hold LJkelv many more would ro three days tlie'Tteocc 3tlJ ach or gas. A thon bout the Parliament buildings at Or-1 arrov snd navy do not knock ou out; Into Iho InUke. as t so will be amons the chronic stomach trouble. Adicr-i-Icu. ir aiiv- into tfie The death at Honolulu of Judse -A. vest and short harvest season. the leak-age-. made of .hem. he would not make any return air definite statements. see why onr farmers should not done ami the buildings are destroyed. S. Humphreys, one of the most prom-j Dm? Stores follow the army-navy example if they to. Our soldiers snd sailors eat on Sunday along with their fighting. lhe best thing for. ihe government to do is to put a high board fence around ihe hole that-is left and forget about matter until die'war is over. Surely no one" will evoke the blue! Our" law-makers are comfortably locat- inent members of the Hawaiian, bar.; o HWnbotha marks the passing of the Hecortd with- in a month of the oi the late Chun Afong, a wealthy Chinese, whose daughters were married against the men who help feed CALGARY" THINKS THE NEWS-TELEGRAM Tlis Calgary can't it: It sticks to the old game of everything for that city, hav- no doubt, acquired the claiming ssisi from R- B. Bennett. The other fe- tie Xews-Teleeram had a very en- word to say editorially 'the wool sale held there some easiest and most action iPassape. Ho had found evidence- of IP-! coking.on timbers in the mam slope, j case Tor lhe jurj brieflj, savin? anything wr. ever D. His ed which makes, a. very suitable Parlia-j menc House, and must remain tiierej with the approach of the prohibition I'D any case for some three or four j period in Ontario, arrangements are years. A .additional years' Bearing completion, regarding the ap- stay will involve no particular .hard- pointment of license innpectors.1 It is j ship. After the war is over, tenders j expected that the present number Trill I can be called for the new. Parliament i be "cut in half, and that in the j Buildings, and they can be recon- j aays probably fifty inspectors structed at a time when there will be, appointed with a larger area to cover.! urgent need of "public works to supply j Salaries, ii is stated, will range from employment for men returning from j to S1SOO. the war. Further, it will then be pos- sible to'build the buildings for raucn j less money than they will cost if Wii ago. The caption of the com- SiSHt was "The Alberta Wool toward the end of the article i1 postponed until the war over. truthfully slated S.SS.'KJOJ 'jpvunds were sold. In oi tbs the province, produced nil-t and three-tniirtsr po-tzjw o? which ffSA -jpouiidf taksa h? nnj :aade .their ssadrt'aartfira tn ilfridze. r.lisy found h the return of Sir Qeorge Fos- structed under war conditions. io the. Capital- the itinerary of the Dominion royal commission has J or ten million dollars been partially fixed.. The commission is DO time tor r.he Dominion of Canada to public work that can easil leave Montreal on Iho night of j i September itil. and spend Sept. j {a. 6. 1, and-S at Sudbury, Copal t and j _ ____ the Porcupine country. Tliey. Country Passengers, Remember Our Popular One Class Cabin Service, Large Steamers, Low Rates MONTREAL TO GLASGOW Athcnia Sept. 12 Saturnia Sept. 19 Cassandra 26 Athcnis................ 17 Tickets and other j-jrormation from any raiiruad or steamship "DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN. General'Agerit, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 Grarwillc iiear "six west, and 'in six "east at the that he lind received inelriictions from face The force oi the explosion seem- it lie Attornoy-Gonoral's department to I'd to have' from tlic'boUom of close the cnse, but to he'preparfid to the main slope. The stoppings on open a second imiuiry if events justi- side of the slope were blown in- fied such a course. FORD vviLL HIS I leave direct for Saskatoon where th'ay MEN SIX-HOUR DAY i v-'i'l spend tho'llltli ani] llth and i [reach Edmonton Auz. 20.-Henrv Fording tliat they will for Prince Ru inert arriving at the latter or.. by tne ftnancia! ccmmiin- j The COrnmi3Mon will I I Ifiavc Prince Rupert on the 17th and) than lie likes the 'one the Caigtv? -TSA Twf: .'eosuanaitj. Aud next sen- j reach Victoria' on the 2 --raiefe it is whispered in high _ circus Mr. Ford about Frederick Varlev. of J %ve ?a3rs rte ioi invitinr the spead a nzj ia ;ivheD grain anrf'coal :eastward, not Calgaryfsrfi. We s fa hunch that he would return ht .partiaHy at Iwst. of thai growing malady, received in a physical encounter in Uie of Mr. V'ariey on August 1st- 'II appears tliat Mr. Varley. acting in instead of as a kail occas- w business transactions in tfu. r f connection v.-ith a moving picture i theatre in Ofeotoks. Tht rapetiiig took, Iplacf. in Mr. Varley's office daring j it is Morrison took j _____ J exception to concerning Acg. trur of remarks hfi made. Mr. j Is a? i.h-; Morrison's object ions are aaid to death, o? fTnanrflfir, Aiwtin. the JT-Uaken ihe form of 3A3KATCOH HAS fT if WARNING TO DICTATORS The Monetary Times is a financial .joir.'nal. and rarely mentions politics. The Southwest Toronto bye-election prompts it, however, to- make these straightforward observations which heeded by leaders of both Political parlies as the voice of the in- Impendent, throughout the land: In the Southwest Toronto oonstitu- of Ontario this week R Liberal, candidate defeated .1 icminee and a ueni majority of 4.000 into an oppopi- majority 6f M? Chi" even! in a itiorglv e province Ifiids The Monetaiy Times''which ha? a, pan in partisan politics, to -what stated in-these ;itnns similar event in the year-old son of general manager of -h EHot Austin, Canadian filevatoro, who died in the King George hotel ian evening after tvro weeds'- lilneas. It reported that the earnings of the Steel Company., ot Canada, made a new record for the first half of 1316, the showing being at the rale ing the amount of e required supply the to the CANADIAN PCAIFIC LABOR DAY SEP7EMEHR 4th. 1916 Fare and One-Third fur Round Trip. Tickets on Sale September i to 4 inclusive. Final Return Limit, September 6th. 1 Full particulars and tickets from S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agcnl, Lethbridge. R. DAWSON District Passenger Agent Calgary. Alta. B.C.. Aug. The iHr- uf tiiu Cninhrook Agricultural are hard at work, ranking tllG necessary arrangcmcnls for Crsn- brook's .seventh fall fair, whicli will lieUl ami Ttli. Wil- liam Jhirsliail, apiioiiitcd Hecretiiry, J.M actively engaged lite work of his jtojfiirtiiiciu. the provincial elections will to spnifi extent with the fair, fortunate- ly of tin; eiHer prising citizens have deciriffl.lo ;OG jjiG W. U. LiiM rcturncrl yesterday from j Armslronp lie v.-as called by j Uic serious illucss of Urs. Iliil, is out of and ina: I'avora'uly.' Da vict M. Cowan. sec- I'-tary of the Rall-AJiy V..M.C.A.. rc- turned -yestRrday from tiie Peace Itiv- er country he the past six weeks. A lavso nmnh'-r of Gran-' brook people in that have answered the rail "hack to and Supt. The Original andGenuineWOKCEM tKaHIKG or tin; C. I'. H. is first -man to iipl'Iy tlu; auto- sitrnal system matte ueii his car. This IiUl- device wus pat ented by 0corse Moth and is meet- with iniitant Approval of motor- ists. Desuito the scarcity of men in this district, the .XT-th battalion is s) curing recruits. Walter Hode'.i. re- cruiting officer, has succeeded in.en- llstin? a number of men, who will go tp Vernon almost im medialRly. The 'C ran brook scliools opened yes- j terdny morning, full staff being se- j cured to rejilaco tlio ina-jy vacancies. 1 Considerable difficulty is being cx- L perienced however, in securing a manual training instructor and thus far the school is wllliout an instruc- I IMPORTANT DEVr.LOPMENTS Ottawa. Aug. de- velopments are anticipated from con-, ferenucs DOW bnhiR held with Hon. J. Uazen, aiirf mrtnibers nf the nayal service; department, and Lord Innes Krrr. reprnsentinK tlio adinlr- The conferences have to do i wiHi the aviation fiiiestfons anil Can- Ottawa, Aug. i? to he no arfa-s participation in iMt branch of fall session of parliamc-nt this year. Such at least, ts (he prpsftnt fritftn- I i lio: h anrl it will he carried ftllt nil-1 Sdnictliing imforfiesii "'ar'sds to. neresflilate Parliament wi to meet' soon calling of bonne.' ll likely hi; summoned ai'ter tin; new year. Tlic iontracl Tor tlic Jfio.OOO plant ill OranHonl of (ho Dominion Steel lias'lieon let lo His Ai.stin so thoivnmliiv.'- IL is not violent, lilte so many you lo'kci-p on it- its power. :mtl thus natural iic natitnil cure fr.llmv c.t once. v a prominent English scientific says (Anrji n, rrovIKoneo its tho braini tftvise miant tn coinpansatc Maturn for our of lier. The mvins at hanrf come from natural and we have them tmbodiU ill such splendid as Dr. Cassoll's Instant Rctiff." Take Ur Tusiant HclicT for eonMiivatipn. torpid liycr. flpst-lM hclorp (lit' eyes, flatulence and iu-idity, Amjnirp Merd. suid fhRi dull, wliicli'ls n snrr. incUcatioii