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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Hughes and Wilson End Campaign, Each Confident New York. Nov. climax of the Wilson campaign will be reached today when Ibe president iirrlvcr; in this city. It will be bis flrsl and only olliciai 'visit hero as a candidate for re-eleelion, and bis, followers: are ready lo give him a reception which they' hope will live in history. The president is to make three publican headquarters. At noon he is to spcaii at an open air meeting at Union Hmiarc. nt a I Ibe Hughes Alliance. Brnnihvay. and al 1.10 all 230 Lafayette Slrce-l. Republicans are) arranging a monster demonstration t( his lligilt spe< Square Garden, and it is fore lo spelll; it Madison lid thai be- Mr. Hughes (Jolden Stream of Grain Flow- ing Into U. S. Mills When More Needed Here MINNEAPOLIS CONCERN IJUYS MILLION BUSHELS f it i and organization loaders. at Ottawa Hears ol JJeal, Hughes Closes Saturday the afiernoon at the men's league, and one III tlio evening at Madison Square Garden, and an- other after al Cooper Union. It Is possible that he will address meetings lit both places. Tammany the crowd expected at Madison Square; 'Garden Ihal tlie sealing capacity thf I the has been Rosen jinmod-uion being provided for :l1 persons. Only a few hundred seals reserved for Iho committee tnittee. proccs- Jncolll, will lake part. Republicans Confident New York. Nov. Caught Napping liy Allies With i Superior Artillery on iltionai West Front jfiHon, Rupert Guiness, Jolly IL British Tar, Visits City I.etlibridKians who come from the busily engaged, bill ready for a dial, provinces down by Ihe sea were nil her The captain likes Ihe enthusiasm of. 'affected by a Im'ich of homesickness 111-.: Canadian west and Ihe great in-1 Uhis morning when they a full- Im'.'st which has been displayed In Hedged bluejacket strolling through the work lie is attempting to do. He, (he streets The strapping voting man believes thai many men will be se- in the uniform of His Majesty's able- c-urod from the west Tor Ihe navy. I bodied seamen is one of thc party Westerners arc by nature venture- with Capl. the Hon. Rupert (iuinnoss.' sonio and ibe navy will appeal to It X who H louring Canada in the many in the younger generation. Men interests of recruiting for the Impcr-i between the ages of IS and SO years ia! Navv warned as seamen. For slokers Capt.' Guinness arrived in the city' men will be taken up to the age of 38 during till! night on his private car years. j "Cb-implaiii" and will remain until' "Canada is learning more, and more loulglit He is accompanied by Lady what the lieet means to the Empire.; Oweudoline Guinness, secrelary and and 1 am not afraid in the leas! that others Shortly after breakfast Mayor Canada will not contribute Ihe men Hardio and 1C II. Wilson paid Hie we are asking. liy doing so Canada Captain and party an ollieial trail, and will be cemented more strons it was arranged then that an auto- ever to the Empire." said Cai mobile tour of the city and district ness. The captain saiil the navy had in- creased so in size that today more If all the officers .of the Itoyal Navy than men arc required to man U. S. Govl. Also Expecting Affi- davits Which May Prove Hun Guilt and May Take Steps To Stop It York. Xov. 2.- liarles Hughes will deliver four speeches in Ibis city in closing his campaign on j Saturday, il is announced at the Re- Ibis fUh! is won." i: reports from other sections o heard al Republican Head- Charles II. of Michi- lemher of National Com- I 11 an me omceis ui m..... tele'Saiis" Tllilt Ai'iCC' Atlttck8 the Iteut, id Ibe noum _____ :i The eaota n GERMANS ARE NOW STIFFENING DEFENSIVEishould be the program for the fore ng. liy doing so Laiuum euted more strongly than j LATEST GERMAN Empire." said Capt. Guin- PLEDGES ARE BROKEN win 31-I electoral votes. It requires 2iili lo elect, lie claimed for Hie fle- (CoxTiKUED ox PAGE 0) .Minneapolis, Minn.. Nov. .More than bushels of Canadian wheat, bought today and yesterday at the Chamber of Commerce on a lower price basis, freight and duty paid than Tinted States railed wheat of quality, is the way lo Minneapolis. The i'ilsipury Flour Mills Coir jinny is to got part o- it for grimlint; into i'i ,-iu- in ii.-i Minneapolis ;iiilis. '1'iiat the of Great Bri- tain, which has been heavily of Canadian wheat for war supply pur- poses, will bring pressuri! on the IJo- minioll government ID chock iiie out- flow to the south, was rumored to- dav from .Montreal, where, il w-as said lh.it Ibe Minneapolis purchases had bee'.i learned of. Sumnie Are Being Met and Checked i A Isle Russian General to Tak i Command of Russ-Ru- manian Forces London. Nov. Wireless Press bee'.i learned 01. I London. ue wireless nenh Canadian wheat will pay 10 cents a i llils ,-Cccivcd a dispatch from Bncha- liuslicl linnort duty at Hie intcrnalion-! reat Hilving that Lieut.-Cen. Vladimir al boundary instead of Ihe old import i Sakharoff, commander of Ibe Russian rate of cents a bushel. Pilsbury j rnrcos jn Galicia. arrives In Bucharest mills, and oilier Minneapolis umi lake command of the falo millers In past seasons Imported i.lriny Dobrudja. Uent.-Gen. Sak- Car.ailiall wheat, :if times, under Ihe j jlarn'ff is rated as one of the ablest draw-hack plan, or for milling in bond, i nUSKjan commanders. He came into Purchases reported today straight duty-paying basis. special jirominence last surhmer tlnr- ing Ibe Russian drive in Volhyimi and Galicin, gaining a number of import- ant successes over the Austrians be- fore thc Russian advance was halted. German Report L1 Berlin, via Sayville, Nov. i forts of- lite-Rumanians lo force back Privy Council Renders Verdict Controversy in Ottawa Schools London, Nov. The privy council today dismissed the appeal of the hoard of trustees of the Catholic Separate schools vs JiacKell. etc. The privy council allowed the second ap- V.'innliwg. Nov. Bruce Walker. menls had been made between the Ottawa government, the attorney-gen- eral of Saskatchewan and the attor- work carried on in the two provinces 1J1_f oirSuuday in connection witli thresh-'. I1011- iug operations. The Mounted Police have been notified to act accordingly. Berlin, via London. Xov. stiffening of tlie German defensive on the Somme. which is credited here iwitb slopping the allied thrust on i Rapaume' and and limiting thc advance of the French and British to insignificant gains, is due (o the restoration of equilibrium in the mat- thill tills has been achieved. may be stated that Germany in August was confronted with difficulties in Ihe supply of mniiitious jnid the re- ....._ be mrespondenls who visit" tiie Grand was asked. The captain laughed, in Fleet come away with the best of timating that' Germany's place on the feeling. A Herald reporter called on sea seems to be mostly under me BUT the captain in his car and found him face. Agree'] in Last Nole to Warn All Boats and Protect Pass- engers and Crew iisiblo for !es successes then sccom, i German government, ill retaliation for alleged failure of the French govcrn- ment to keep an agreement regarding iiie release of prisoners, has deter- Washinglon. Xov. state de- partment oii'icials still were waiting today for Germany's version of the .destruction of the Hritish steamer i.Marina, with tlio loss of United States I citizens' lives. They also were expecl- ;ing affidavits and other data gathered 'from United States survivors on which t" determine whether Ger- many's pledges to the United Stales had been broken. Secretary Lansing while refusing tn give out any further details of thc official report of Ihe sinking from the United States em- sinng rom tc n Political Affairs in Tangie Nowlbassy in London, said his information lime during the first hciiig f d to seml two hundred French- _. t munitions, announced yesterday, is the outward sign of the determination wZJCi HJ [0 caught napping again. of representative found1Ethatn Their" calculations families in the occupied French dis- tare outrun by facts, and were faced. irjct to Germany. iy Ihe consumption of guns and shells ".r beyond what was expected. The formation of a department of _________ Says British Defeated Berlin, via Sdyvillo. Nov. Paris, via London. Nov. attempted to advance on the Serbians on Ibe Macedonian front are Somme front north of Courcelette making good progress in the Cerna Wednesday, but were repulsed, the river region, southeast of war- office announced- today. -the Anstro-Germau troops who have vnded.their country, failed Wednes- day, ihe war office announced. South- east nf Rothentbrnni pass the invaders are making further progress. thc war olficc reports. 'i French gained a small advantage in New Italian Offensive Over Failure lo Adopt Conscription Mellinurne, Nov. pot is boiling furiously in many part I was'substantially tlio fame as that of Ihe newspapers. G'crimmy and AIIF- iriu, on Febniary lOtli, in substantially the terms, notified the United j States to the following effect: political morf-linnlniftii nrmei1 IEUI01REI! o The second judgment holds that the vania, according to nc bv which the powers of Ihe trus-! filial report issued oday 1 euton a- "ees were vested in a commission is lacks the stateraen wero re- nil n vires The Ontario government pulsed after continued fltlltlliK lu Dinted a commTsslon to" take over Pravhova valley and in the region o the school affairs when the Ottawa Uragoslavle. East of the mer Alt Hcliool board, refused tu enfoj'ce the regulations. A NEW OFFICIAL Ottawa, Nov. was announced here today thut F. of the firm of O'Connor, O'-Mullin it Russell. oi" Halifax, had been appointed as ad- viser of the justice department. The nnpointniont dates hack to May since which date Mr. O'Connor luJlwas crushed to death under the been performing the above duties. the "battle is still in progress. TWO AVIATORS KILLED Paris. Nov. United States aviators have been killed near Nancy. Their aeroplane capsized while flying DOLLAR ARE NEAR Xov. BKBS nn- 'Enemy merchantmen armed with IJLII. mi 1UU.-.1., no'innner have the right to be of Australia as a resull of the defeat I merchant ves- of tlie conscription measure in the; Therefore, tlio recent referendum. Premier f wiu receivo or. on his return from Now wrath such vessels as belligci- declined to discuss the political situa- "c lle'u but lion, but intimated that parliament would meet shortlv. However, in accepting the United A sVdney, Mr.'Durack, leader of States note on the Sussex, demanding the new partv Formed by n score of abandonment of its siibraanne warfare labor members in Ihe stale .parlia- against and freight-com- ment, who withdrew their support ins ships.' Germany said that such from Premier Ilolman of New South i vessels should not be sun wtbout Wales, announced thut he will move'warning, and without p.ovidmg to. Home, via London, Nov. 2.-A new .u the next sitllng of parliament that! Ihe safety of the passengers and cieu offensive was opened yesterday against: govenmlent no longer. ;has the the vessel one, Austrians by Ibe Italian forces, of the countrv. ]vesistance.' condition was made j.-renct, gainet, a smun lllc ,var offlco announced today. Ioml leader o[ the-'slate labor to. armed ships. Hie sectors of Les Boeufs and Ran been ,a sonle at nobart has becn AepmfA COU11' _ Success points and so far 4731 prisoners have cause supported conscription. r becn taken. cheese was quoted at 21 a pound, near a record. H, elir P. P, 10 JAIL Sentenced to 18 Months and Big Fine For Taking Bribe From Booze Men. comuiuincatioi) from A Distinguished Visitor To-day CALGARY SUICIDE Calgary, Nov. Brown, aged ou, as a teamster by Tbos. I Fletcher, flour merchant, committed suicide by banging himself In his em- ployer's warehouse some time during last night. Brown was single and was la native of Cardinal, Ont. Xo reason i why he should have committed suicide 'is known to Mr. Fletcher, or any other employee in the establishment. The Capt. Hoa. Rupert Gjiinness. C.B., coroner is investigaling. C M G who was the guest of honor at tbe board of trade luncheon to- day at noon, is the eldest son of Vis- count Iveagh, the great philanthropist nf Dublin The Hon. Rupert was born 12 years ago in Ibe Great Metropolis, i where he holds the commandership of a division of the Royal Naval Volun- teer Reserve. He went to Eton in 1SSS and four-years later won the school sculling championship. In'the follow- ing year he. rowed In the Bum eight Regina, Xov. C. Pierce. Liberal member of Ihe Legis- lative assembly of Saskatchewan for -s The observer fell out, and the pilot, machine, eii- HERALD WILL CONDUCT HUGE PRIZE_CONTEST 7-Pusscnger Sliidebakcr Touring Car, 5-Passe'hger Chevrolet, Willis Piano, Cabinets of Silver, Handsome Furniture Etc., To Be Given Reward For Those Who Aid in Competition. early slart before the vole schedule begins lo decline, and thus gel tbe .ut- most in votes for their efforts. Out for new subscribers! Are you with us? The Herald wauls many more sub- ,-icribers. belli daily and weekly, the fields surrounding Lelhnridgc be- fore Ibo Xeiv Ycnr rolls around. arc going to pay liberally in valuable prizes to those who will us sisl us in putt ing Tbe Herald in uv-1 cry home ill Southern Alberta. Read over the liberal prize list in Ihe regu- lar conlost ad. in tills issue. Then get ntlnn form hooks. An.............----- He in a short campaign of tills How the Prizes Will Be Won busy at once. Send in your notllin- aml order your receipt wrly stiirt is half the bat. Who May: Enter Tbe Contest is Oncn to everyone over thc age of 10 years. Organiza- tions are not allowed to compete: nor employees of (he Herald or their fam- ilies. Although subscriptions can be Inkon out of town only, city candi- dates may enter and solicit out of town, and their chances for winning will lake voles to win Ihe ele- ganl "-passenger Sludelmlier Touring car or Ibe u-nasscngor Chevrolet, or tlio oilier ten costly prizes. Votes can he secured by clipping them from Ihe Herald, or by securing subscrip- tions, eilner new, renewals new, m over the vote schedule Department.of th nil tlie coulesl page. Notice how the rr-nlnr vote schedule declines from weel; In week nt Ihe rate almost in iie.v cent.' Since it Is voles lhat will' btf Hie main factors in the win- ning, 8'v.ery wise person will Immedi- ately see the tidvuntase of galling the should be as good as anyone's, main thins is to get. the early, slart while the vole schedules run nnd before more enterprising candidates get over the field. Enroll your name and begin gnlhoring In voles. There is no reason why you cannot win yourself nn auto tor a Christmas present. Ths Ballot Box There is a ballot box at the Coi Hull __ block, ground floor, 7th St. side, watt ins to bo filled. Have all your friends save the coupons. vote counts. If everything resnrding the Con- test is not clear, write, phone or call personally upon the contest Man- ager. I'hono'GIG. CONTINUED ox PAGE 0) tenced today at 12.SO o'clock months' imprisonment without hard labor in the Refiina jail and to pay a [ine or in default serve an additional six months In jail. Pierce at the lasl silling of Ihe supreme court wa; found guilty by the jury on the charge of having received a bribe from tlie Saskatchewan Licensed Vic- tuallers association for his influence having tlie temperance legislation abolish tbe bar withdrawn from the bouse in 1913. Sentence was pass- ed by Chief Justice Sir Frederick Haultaiu, who presided nt tile trial. Before passing sentence, tbe chief juslico asked the prisoner if he had anything to say why sentence should not be passed on him. "Nothing, your lordship, except that 1 am innocent, replied Pierce. W. il. McEwen then addressed Ibe court on behalf of thc prisoner, point- ing out that the jury in bringing" in their verdict bad also brought in a recommendation to mercy. Uefore passing sentence Sir Freder- ick addressed a few words io Mr. Pierce poinling out lo him Hie seri- ousness of Iho offence willi which he had been found guilty." Tills ia it very unfortunate position you find yourself in said Ibe chief jus- tice. "And it is a painful posilion 1 find myself i.i. having for several years been personally acriuainled with you as a member of tbe legislative as- sembly. You have been convicled of a very serious offence. Thc greatest sen- tence which I could pass on you would be 14 years' imprisonemtn which will show you the magnlludo of the of- fence of which you have been con- victed, and I would add. rightly con- victed. T, myself, am absolutely con vinccd of Ibo justice of tho verdict, and I believe there were others guilty will! you. I believe Ihere was a con spiracy :U that time to corrupt ;tbe members of Iho legislature and that yon not only yourself accepted a bribe but acled as an asent for others." Duty to Save Waste Paper Owing to the present- war con- ditions the demand for old paper has increased to such an alarm- ing extent that all housekeepers wiM'be performing a public and national duty by co-operating most heartily in the I.O.D.E. paper col- lection on Saturday. Thousands cf tons of this waste paper have heretofore been consigned to the the furnace and the incinerator, while every pound of it has real value in the paper man- ufacturing establishments. By saving tfiis paper you are con- serving the raw material, of which there' is a great scarcity, and also keeping .real wealth producing material from useless waste. Information has come to hand that the best kind of waste is book paper, found in magazines, old books, ledgers, etc., but old news- papers are useful. Although the long haul and high freight rates wili keep the Daughters of the Empire from making but little over their expenses, yet as the Minister of Trade and Commerce has pointed out, all who engage in this saying are performing a na- tional duty. Ea rnnnrn A FuifbES Ottawa, Ont., Nov. was offi- cially announced today by Sir Robert Montreal Nov. Gazette's TOl, correspondent at the Dominion capital Horden that Sir George Perley has in a dispatch published this morning been appointed minister of the Conn-1 "The government has cabled to dian overseas forces. The appoint-! Sir George Perley for further informa- ment is an outcome of. the recom.men- dation of Gen. Sir Sam Hughes, that a sub-militia council should be ap- pointed in England to supervise Can- military matters. tion regarding the report that Swiss immigrants to Canada have been com- missioned by the Germans to bring material for spreading foot and mouth disease in Canada. Facts received i adian military matters. It oiseaae m thought advisable in connection with j far contain enough information to this council that there should be a warrant the government In taking niin ia tor nnnhif nil prompt measures to exclude suspected Canadian cabinet minister appointed prompt, m T I to lm.e responsibility over Canadian immigrants on their presenting them- 100 Teams Stand in jntcrests abroad. The forces already j selves at. ports of entry, bui n la ue- anrl ItMnv'ilnrs nvRrcenR: iinuori Hint these measures can be Are Full Out at Retlaw the farmers are UP desp-Uciied by Canada for overseas Heved that these measures can be service in Europe number about 258.-1 made more effective if all the facts m 000 The expenditure involved lu tho possession of the imperial authorities organization, maintenance, equipment j are secured." and direction of this force is enor- t i mous, and it is felt a responsible miti- agaiust a car shortage that be located in England to tremely serious. Today Ibe officials supervision. ul Ihe Rotlaw board of trade wired to W. A. Buchanan, M.P., as follows: hundred loads of grain standing ill the streets, elevators full, and no j y cars to load. Thousands of bushels v SAYS RUSSIANS DEFEATED of wheat in open bins and on the ground which will spoil with tbe first staying snow. Thc situation must be relieved at once.'' This certainly sounds exceedingly serious, and Mr. Buchanan took the matter up immediately with tbe rail- way commission at Ottawa by wire. This is the most serious situation yet reported as to a car shorlage. GREECE FAVORS FRENCH LOAN Alhens, Oct. 31. via London, Nov. the German propoganda, the French loan has been a striking success in Greece. The tolal of sub- amounts to 194TH LEAVES CALGARY Calgary, Nov. 194th Batta- lion, Lieut.-Col. W. C. Craig, officer commanding, departed last night for an unknown destination, and it is ex- pected -will soon be heard of on the fighting .line. ._______. j. BANK CLEARINGS Berlin, via Sayville. Nov. 2. General Von Llnsingen's troops on the eastern front Wednes- day stormed Russian positions on" the left bank of the Btok- b.od river. They inflicted heavy losses on the Russians, says to- day's official statement, and captured more than 1300 men. Winnipeg, Oct. Shangh- ai nessy. president of the- C.P.R.. will take'his seat" in the house of lords I next week. That is the purpose of. trip abroad and bis stay is indeti- OJnite. In his absence it is said Sir Herbert Holt is conducting the finan- cial end of the great corporation and. Vice-president George Bury admlnis- tering-the operation of the system. MARKETS Spot Wheat................. Local Track Wheat December Wheat Local Track Oats December-Oats December Flax 171 182 51 say, 245JA WEATHER HISh Low Fercoast: Wmperature. Generous to Tobacco Fund at Local Theatres in se-ies of three five-rain- the front, the daily need is great. 'ulc address-i at Empress, Slarlalldl In his addresses at the thealres last and Orihomn theatres last night, night, Mr. Jones related some hmnan Frands Jones, who is organizing, in inlerest Incidents regarding the plac; Canada and the United States for the Tobacco Fund for thc Canadian sol- of tobacco among the soldiers. He said that medical men had declaretl lhat Hank clearings for Ihe week j are still away up. showing an increase of 4S pel" cent, over lasl year. For Ihe past WGOK week n ings are down about from the high mark set for the week ending Tobacco Fund for the uauaaian soi- uiai me.. diers explained Ibe objects of, the n wounded man who bad had a srnnU find the need of il, nnd Iho pleasure j was n much belter subject for treat- derived bv the soldiers in Ihe trench- ment than one who had not had a M from tiic tobacco, and he did it so whiff of the weed, and this one prqv-; well thai cclleclions ot J94.8S were en fact had been enough to arouse, realized vliich will be applied to the gvcat interest in thc work in Canada: collections of Ihe local branch'of tho Explaining the work of the orgalii-' Ization which lie represented, Mr.. Jones showed how the organization was able to make the money go so' much farther than if each individual" tried to send a supply, of tobacco sep- arately. For 25 cents a package, oi 50 cigarettes, one fifth oi- a pound o( This is not Mr. Jones' first visit to were SW.ii's aTagainst Lelhbridge. He was here durlDg_ the 52 for''the corresponding v summer and organized the Leth: a year ago The clear- bridge branch. All branches .are or- who that I ganized by thc Overseas club, sent Mr Jones to Canada, for that sti cigarettes, one nun ui, n uuimu u. purpose, and while excellent progress i tobacco and a box ot matches is sent has been made, it can easily be has been made, it can easy e seen Fine with little higher I that with Canadtan soldiers at1 (CONTINUED OS 1AOE lw v ;