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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DATLY HERALD letbbttojs iseralfc Hlucrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: flally. delivered, per week lOt Dally, delivered, per year Weekly, by mail, per year to nrn the best informed olns.i in the country because they are- the most IntellliT.-nt roadm: but thin- do not assort themselves, It would bo a hotter covcrm-d country if thi-v did It is. thnrornnv eiirotiracini: lo llnti u man like 51 r. shiwlm: an interest in. and espirsBinc himself upon, great national problems. We have hiul no sympathy with these commissions because they sel- lend to practical roia'.ls. They M usurp the work of cabinet ministers parlianienlary ommnilU'es. They clve them nn oxcuso for evndlni: their iluly. Commissions arc under no moral responsibility to the public for ihcir report nor lire they in a position to furry out their recommendations. National business can be conducted John S. Little, a former governor of ArKansas. is dead. C. W. Sanderson, reeve of Huugh- toii township, Ont., is (load. Winnipeg city council voted to the British Sailors' Kelict fund. Uye-eleetions In Kiiiistino and Ke- TELTPHONES Business Office Editorial Office 1: W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager executi _______'_____________----------nil cabinet positions. Date, of expirv of suta-riptlons With this view of tho Financial Post pear daily on address label. Accept- wo entirely agree. The responsibility mice of papers after expiration clatcys joj j.ovcrllmellt should be with till' gov. "sso-jsina, Sask., will on Nov. 10. only by resp mtea -.viui v The country docs not need new par- tics but a new system, which will en- lable the prime minister to secure the the country to mice our authority to continue- the subscrip- tion. eminent. There are certainly suffi- cient cabinet minister? tuul civil ser Your King and Country need you right no'wl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The crisis believed so imminent in Rumania has been averted for a time least, and the Rumanians and their allies are on a successful offensive, driving the Teutons back. The tro-Germans have apparently not been i able to pursue their campaign against Major Hoss of Winnipeg, lias uucii appointed brigade major. Thomas Erskine, consul-general for Great Hritaln in New Orleans, is dead. Dan Maddlgan. a veteran of the Kiel rebellion of 1S70. died at Winni- peg. Mayor Henry, utter serving two OPENING AT FHW SHIPPING ATA THURSDAY, NOVEMBEH 2, on to the cov- years', has decided not to be a candi- Wlthout tacking on to ,110 toi Vilmnntnn. eminent commissions of all kinds. THE COMING PATRIOTIC FUND CAMPAIGN The tiiird campaign for the Patri- otic Fund will soon be before our peo- ple. The demands upon the fund grow heavier as the enlistments increase. Lethbridge must do belter this year than it did last year. The burden is gi eater, -and we must bear a larger (share of it. It is true that we have t date for re-election in Edmonton. i Alex Gordon, a prominent resident 1 Out., and father of Sen- ator Gordon, of North nay, is dead. Charles McLean of the township of Thorah, Ont., died at the age of nine- ty-nine years and six months. Florence Amelia Kennedy, of Fron- tenac County, Ont.. will apply for a divorce trom her husband, a farmer. W. W. Chown, a well known (From Our Own roireapond-iutl Cardston, Nov. program for the school opening on Friday was In the hands of the faculty and Principal .1. W. Low took the choir shortly after S o'clock Friday evening. M. A. Coombs, as chairman of tho Hoard, made the first speech recount- ing tile difficulties met in trying to obtain the best plans and then to eatfy them out. The limit for expenditure was set at and at first the provincial authorities said our plan could not be carried out for less than double that amount. But changes bad been made so as to reduce tho cost until a contract was obtained for 200. Appreciation of the support of the trustees and the faculty with a special mention ot the last named as being one of the best In the province. :iml a hope that the ratepayers would be satisfied with the efforts of the trustees given gratis made .up the closing part of the address. "Moonlight on tho Lake" was ren- dered by the Glee club under J. P. Layne's direction. Mayor Jas. T. Brown then gave a congratulatory speech upon the ef- forts of the trustees in giving us full value fur our money in. the building and upon the efficient services of our teachers who were doing such good work with our children. He bespoke tho support of the trustees by the peo- Foremost. _..... _. scales to car! That is the way H seems to be done hero at the eleva- tors just now. For n day or so last week only such farmers as were for- tunate enough to have separate bins were able to draw because tho big rush of the "dollar sixty producer" was more than enough for tho eleva- tor capacity and the car shortage for- bade the continuance of business. The shortage of curs seems now to be over for a while, at least, and the golden grain Is rattling into the pit and out of the spout into the car most satis- factorily. H harmonl7.es nicely into a duet that makes the farmer grin and gives the elevator men a sense of sat- isfaction. The arrival of these cars is just what we expected, though, for It is a progressive town that can always have something on the go. Foremost boasts the ability to not only keep the grain moving, hut call also lay claim to something going all the time. The Women's Institute held a very successful sale of home-made cooking, and now advertisements are attention of tile e sale to bo held cure I ho etisli to pay for It nil In loss than two yearn, but that Is what t'.ic T x-ir> A I'M I townspeople mid the fanners of this 11 I district nro going to make punsiUu here. Just at this time of the year the banking business Is the best medium for (ho of the collil- The" hunk officials hero declaro Hint there IB a llitle loss business tills year than last because the branch bank at Iho town ot Etzl- kom Is drawing a llttlo of the busi- ness No one is kicking, though, for divided business cases up on our posted calling the public to a i more than met the allotments assign-j citizen, is leaving that city Kumania with the same swift force j ed (1) us in tne omi jj we make, to go into business at Hamilton, that characterized their sweep through I1 record this year there Serbia. They have not bean able to be no Ehift great numbers of men from other fronts -without terribly weaken- ing their lines as they were able to do in earlier operations. The Russians, too, have suddenly resumed heavy of- iensives in Galicia. calculated to draw 1he Teutonic attention from the Ru- manian frontier. The Rumanians have had their chief success along the Transylvanian fron- lier. and in driving the enemy forces liack on this front, have been able to j Jireveni their evidently well planned junction with tile forces operating of Control voted which will aggregate 520.000. Mayor Hawthorne, of Medicine Hat.! i Hamilton Board Patriotic PundW there are many shirkers and these should be made to realize their re- sponsibility, "vv'e can't force them to pay a ceiit. It is possible that we clidate for reelection, might shame them into paying, though in some cases men are prepared to ___ be even disgraced rather than give a: tilc roiis. He failed to pay over mon- cent to patriotic causes. They should ey he had collected for clients, be exposed and blacklisted by tliej a'merchant of Milli- ,-ho are giving gladly and appreciated. The business men of the town were represented by J. Y. Card as president of the board of trade who referred to tlie stability and convenience of the building, the efficient labors of the ..m.ui teachers as witnessed by the winning announces that he will not be a can- o[ govern0r-generars medals two years in succession, and the apprecia- lioii of the parents as shown by their presence at this function. 4. vocal solo by Miss Luella Steed of the teaching staff accompanied by Mr. Banner, and a very pleasing__read- Ing "Qu1 F. "W. Smallwooa. a barrister of As siniboia. Sask.. has been struck ppnnl cent, will be Hon. C. R. Mitchell's [Conservative opponent for the legis- One fault with a great many of our- lature in Bow Valley, people at the present time is that: Alfred Sykes. of Brockville, is now on the upper Danube, which are still j have somewhat listless! pressing forward but with gradually ,n patrlotic effort. They feel that all Grenvme, The Rumanian i _s going Uie and ceaso and G'iengarry. ___ about war problems. Wei vania has amounted almost to a rout; must ojj tiiat feeling. Now is j of the enemy, who have lost moment when we must s----ja; alld brigades and much material in their- weakening pressure. success at several points in Transyl-, The >r.tor for the Counties of Stormont, Dundas retreat across the border. On other war fronts comparative ciuiet prevails save in Galicia. where the Russians and TJeutons are In a desperate conflict south-west ot Lem- fcerg- SHELVING RESPONSIBILITY ON TO COMMISSIONS firmly and solidly behind our country i of another refinery, and our men. There must be no bulge I in the line. We must keep a steady, solid front against the enemy, and those of us at home can do it by staunchly backing, up the boys in the trenches. Then we have the people who say they are tired of giving. We wonder surfeit of conimis- had so many cornmis- Canada has Eions; it nevci sions in Its lifetime. These commis sioas are not royal commissions, and Lieut. Crawford Rush, of the Bank of Montreal, Summeriand, B. C., son of Mrs. T. 'o. Rush, Peterboro, was killed in action. T. T. Mecredy, of Cranbrook, has disappeared with his stenographer. how mucn tbey have actually given, j _ Have they given a loved one yet? Not) shareholders of the Union frank Their money glvings have wni be mid a bonus of one per cent. j likely. j likely j until been small. People must It hurts in order to make a real so have the approval of Hon. Robert; sacrifice. A man has 110 more right Rogers. Their business seems to say he is of giving than the Hon. G. Howard Ferguson, announc- ed that the government had in mind JtOgera. lucii JQ ue 15 uieu ui sniufe eQ LiiciL LUC to do the things its members of the j man at tne has to say that he i a comprehensive system of good roads government should do. Tne war Ured of ggttmg. Think of the long tor Ontario. created a lot of new work for campaign these'men will have losses to the Norwegian ship- prime minister, the minister of militia go through. They will stick to the ping by the war have reached and the minister of finance, and it Surelv it is not too much to ask ;i total of tons gross register, and ttle loss Of nfe 149. should bring new responsibilities and _ itLOse at home to give a week's work new visions of wider fields of opera- lion for Canada to the minister of trade and commerce. The other min- isters cannot have as much depart- and what they can in money to help on this cause. Lethbridge will raise the garri assigned it, and by united effort and study law Rev. A. Mahaffy, pastor of the' North Hill Presbyterian church, Cal- leave the ministry and j mental work to do as formerly, for proper appreciation of the great needs the war has interfered with the halt- as much again can lion, public works and other activities of peace times. The bulk of the cabi- j e to it of peace limes. uuin. u. net should be put to -work making the! wOLSELEY CLERGYMAN GETS Hoon t VFRY HEAVY SENTEN investigations that have been placed in the hands of laymen to undertake. However, apart from the surfeit ofi VERY HEAVY SENTENCE Moosomin, Sask., Oct. IHowland, minister of a Wolseley commissions, these commissions seem church tor past four years, who to overlap. Three commissions arrested at Camp Hughes last to have been created to do almost the! week, was charged with incest and a A National Committee formed in England with the Prince of Wales as are responding liberally. Mr. Alonzo president, will look after the care of; Lamb is the president and he reports F -11 a very general and response from the land owners. Recently same fifty dollars was railed for purchjsini Coro Caostick, tormeny wiui luo and equipping a bed in one pi! Red. Mounted Police at Medicine Hat and j Cross hospitals near Shorncliffe camp .T.hP front, has been promoted Kent, England. It will be named at o identica, work, inquire into tural conditions. No one is certain The priSOMr pleaded Surprisingly Good Cough Syrup Made ot Home Wile "t Rcmnrkablr Effective. yn aaluruttj; int r.------- whether any one of them is busy, j and was sentenced to five years They have not consulted the Albert Penitentiary, ties on agriculture in Western Canada. S. S. Dunham, vice-president of the tj. F. A., puts the case for the farmer j and these commissions in a letter tol the Financial Post as follows: Now, Mr. Editor, here are three; august bodies out after the same jects. We would like to help them. We would like especially to try to tell have tliem :l" You'll never really know what a fm. agricultural industry in Western Ca- nada; that the men who are working 5c-Jj.ot oniy Elrc S2 aa compared with in that industry are interested in their the rcady-madc kind, but you will alao business and want to make it do its have a more effective and dependable share in the national work; that the remedy in every way. It the industry suffers In normal times under j Kuf' coii'll grave disabilities in the price of Its supplies, the price of Its money, the Get 2if, ounces of Pincx (50 cents price of the transportation of its sup- T0rth) from any cood drug store, pour tilleo and it's produce; and generally it into a IG-oz. boftle and nil tlic bottle to see If we can help the country to with plate syrup, recognize how the different parts or; hsu> our citizenship can help each other. Christie who" prefaced her rendition bv allusion to her years spent here as teacher and to the fact that five of the present faculty had been her pu- pils made up the. next two numbers. Principal 3. Walter Lew gave the closing speech referring to the large enrolment. 500 children annually the high school pupils now exceeding oO, and the relationship between the par- ents and the school. He appreciated the new building and desired to see it made a social and an athletic cen- tre for the benefit of our young peo- P'After singing "Goil Save the King, the hall was cleared and the orchestra delighted the dancers for some two During the Tiast -week Miss Etta Dowdle, the leading soprano of the Stake Tabernacle choir, has been made the recipient of many recogni- tions of her helpfulness to the organ- ization and the community. As she is soon to depart as a lady mission- ary for her church, her friends have met at her own home, the Young Lad- ies' Mutual Improvement Association have given her a shower at the home of Mrs. Edna Pilling, and on Saturday- evening the choir gave a benefit con- cert the proceeds of which were handed to the lady as a testimonial ot the appreciation of her labors in the choir. Those acquainted with Miss Dowdle will join in wishing her a most successful time in her mis- sionary labors. Red Cross at Woolford Exceptionally good work is being done by the ladies of this district in behalf of the Red Cross work '-Nearly every week they are engaged in sew- ing and preparing necessities for this organization. The farmers, too Canadian' graves in Prance for time. Corp. Capstick, formerly with the now at the front, has been pro to the rank of captain. only a few months ago that he was made a lieutenant. ETf Jp- tnat money It is most important that the infer, os ee an at a. cost of mation Mr. Dunham mentions should by tnij tastim; cough syrup be assembled. Now is the time to do have caused it to be usctfin more homes rPTnwlv. It QUICK1V .V an? other remedy. It quickly seena a dry, hoarse or cough, it, We should have all this before the war ends. The commis- h sfona have been appointed inquiring? If so are then luitutt am ior mrotiti HUMC, mmi OKHKSO, i limited to eastern Canada. So far me cumiuiD- neaia me miiamtu ,H thev the throat and bronchial tulips, and re- id. Are they ]ie( comM immediately. leir. inquiries did for throat tickle, hoarseness, brou- co ity pound of penulne Sorway pine ter combined with t'uaiacoi arm i, ___ used for "enorations for there is no knowledge of their actlvity in Western Canada, where useu lyr agricultural problems have to be chegt aiimetrta. Eolved than in Eastern Canada. j In commenting upon Mr. Dunham's letter the Financial Post said: The letter from one of our readers, concentrated com- extract, ,ias been throat and Avoid disappointment by asking jour for "ZV> ounces of Pinox" with e eer rom on the vice-president of the United Far- jfiers-.of-AlSerta, la timely... We.be- (IrupRlfit lor ounces 01 i mcx witu full directions, and don't accept any- thing else. A guarantee of absolute Bat- -'-c--tion or money promptly refunded, with this preparation. The Vmu: Toronto, OnU division of the Canadian Pacific rail- way, replacing J. T. Arundel during his absence on account of Illness. An invitation of the Japanese to hold the next convention of the World's Sunday School Association In Tokio has been accepted. T. R. Fer- ens, British M.P., has been elected president of the association: It is considered likely that the gov- ernment will establish a system of inspection, under which the amount of stock of various foodstuffs in the country may be checked up from ;ime to time. Peter Sehl, who was employed in Waterloo and fell beneath a G. T. R. car while getting off at New Ham- burg succumbed to his Injuries. He was bom in Kitchener and was 64 years of age. The World's Sunday School Asso- ciation is carrying out plans for send- ing 1 000 New Testaments to the sol- diers in the trenches, hospitals and prison camps, to be contributed by American Sunday school children. of 0. Henry, the no'velisTwho died" not long ago, re veals that he a term n prison for embezzlement. While in prison he began his career as a short story writer. P A. Seguin, M.P. for U'Assomp lion, was nominated at a Liberal con vention during the week-end to con test 111 the next federal election and J. A. O Ethler, M.P. for Two Mountains, was chosen as candidate for the Liberal ,aeat la Laval-Two Mo.untains. Kent, England. ter the Woolford organization. 'Mrs Mostyn, the teacher of the local schoo is also a most indefatigable worker as the secretary of the organization. The Red Cross here is setting the pace for the other country districts, let us hope all may endeavor to keep up in the race In the good cause. edness of the church. It takes a thrifty enes own -to build a large church and in Foremost: clerks and promotes greater effi- ciency hero. There were many farewells spoken at the station oil Tuesday lust 11111! among the outgoing travellers worn Miss May Prankish and her brother, are bound for Claresholin Agri- cultural College. It speaks well for the wealth ot the land and for tho charm of farming in this district when tho youui; people show a desire to in- crease their efficiency by such a course of study. The good wishes of the townspeople follow them and we will take prido In their progress. There is a rumor going the rounds here that an endeavor will be made to form a town music.--! "soclattori, and also a young people's organiza- tion'with the view to study and per- theso days Is of a varied nature and no one need complain of the tedious- ness of hard work. Somo haul grain, others work on bundle teams with the threshers, some few are ploughing whilst a small number may still be found at odd times In their potato patch. That is the article under de- mand at present, but even tills short- age can be well supplied. An oil famine is a strange thing in a land of light, but people "searched and could not find" last week. It's here now, though, and in goodly quan- tity, for "it never rains but it pours" Why of the Lather IT is the Ivory lather that makes Ivory Soap so satisfactory for bath and toilet It is thick, copious, lively; this is because it is one tiny bubble after another instead of a thin, slimy soap solution. It does not irritate the skin; this is because Soap contains no free alkali to smart and bum. It rinses easily; this is because Ivory Soap contains no unsaponified oil to make it stick to the skin. It cleanses thoroughly; this is because Ivory Soap is so pure. You owe it to yourself to see how Ivory Soap lathers, how Ivory lather feels and how Ivory lather acts. IVORY SOAP PURE Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada SJnoqupJled facilities for secur- ing reliable Information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. Tra are invltoa to snake freo iiso of this aervlco. Ask tor on your carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Bainl Botterell, Union Bank Building. ARCHIE. E. F.EE-SOR, Mgr. Phono 1599. Res. Phone 1862. WANTED Strictly Modern House At least four bedrooms. Would rent by month or lease for year. Apply Phone 1018 United Grain Producers, Ltd EMPRESS BUILDING GROUND FLOOR OPTIONS provide the cheap- est means of carrying your grain over winter, PREMIUMS now offering for special shipment on barley TELEPHONE us for billing instructions. IN direct touch with European buyers through OUR export depart- ment. NONE better equipped to give you service, CJECURE our bid before James Richardson and Sons, Liaiited 201 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777 Established 1857. W. J. Lloyd, Man. J5I M.M. Clark, Acct. Res Ph'n 1072 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., U..D., D.C.I., President AIRD, Gen.nl H. V. F. JONES, Oenm.1 V. C. BROWN, Superintendent o( General Weitern Br.nH.1 CAPITAL RESERVE FUHD, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rats is allowed on all deposits of and Careful attention is given to every account. Small accounU arc welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persona, with" drawals to be made any one of them or by the survivor. Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. THE HOME OF "THE VICTROLA The Victrela delights both old and young, and providei entertain- ment for every oeeaclon. if you have no Vlctrola, come to us and get one; a small cash pay- ment takes any Victrcla you may wish to won to your home today. No matter what price you pay, you will marvel at its rich, full, mellow tone and how accurately It reproduces all vocal and Instrumental sound. We carry Vlctrolas in all styles and prices. Thousands of to play and enjoy. Mason Risch, Limited BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Our entire orgaalEatloD It at your service and with our exper- ience we can safely (uarantes to get you the best prices for your grain at aoy time and for any grade or Idnd of (rain. Phono M 1922 Calgary For Offloe 1865 Lothbridge j Quota- Ros. 1811 tlons. Our Agsnts who an In ywir J. A. CUMMINS Lsthbrldgs Manafar GRAIK CD, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. "ALWAYS WORKING" You may make money by let- ting us bid on your next car of wheat, barley or flax. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Our Winnipeg and Lethbridge offices represent SERVICE. "TRY US" J. H. TALLING Local Manager Office Phone 1580 Residence 572 OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone at our expense if you have grain to handle. We can assure you the best price the market will stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING ;