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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUB ItlF. FHIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, fceralfc Hlbetta 3 A I LY AND W EEKLY 10 15.00 Ratei: delivered. per delivered per yeer j, by maH per year ly. by ussil. ,tur r. by irilL per to U.9..J1.M TELEPHONES 115J 1221 Edltorlil Offlca W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance Business Manner Dates of eiplry of auDscrlpllotJ dally on address laoeL Accept- ance of papen alter expiration date Is authority to the iub- four King tntj Country You Right NEW) THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The astounding statement is made Europe Is so unique- that It is attract- ing Ihe attention ot thousands! throughout the English spewing The following from Iho Spokesman Ileview gives a eplendld lid of the way Jllss MaoAdarus1 elec- tion. 13 considered south of the line: Not even a traction of the public acclaim toil came to Miss Jeaimeite Rsnsio has been atcorded the Dit.1 itomsn legislator of the Dtlliah em- pire; in (act, her name is scarcely knoKli. Vet .Miss HuVrla -MloAdsms. To huy from uuder the. noses of the leading Ontario breeders Ihe best show herd ot straight Scotch bred Shorthorns In the banner province was the pleasing elperlence of A. M. Stsed. o( Stirling. has jutt i Canadian nursing sister, now Ela- lnia hls' UMylag trip. Mr. tloiied In England at the Orpington stepO white east purchased Ibo show hospital Is In a way entitled to more herd ot Alei Lee, of I'oM Perry. This W1I, Miss Bankln for rt. registered Shorthorns ..nslsv no women's 10 Bid ner m [Q lfae bord >ve5t. TheT election to ihe Alberta provincial leg- wm ba'pul up Tor sale at Ihe Toronto Islalure. Her coustlluents are. all Can- adian soldiers, and whether Sister MacAdams attends the next session of the Alberta parliament depends on her decision as to whether her con- stituents1 Interests can best be fcrved In Canada or abroad. There are 17.WO Alberta soldiers In overseas service. 3y a special dis- pensation they are allowed livo repre- sentatives In their home province's legislature. A short time ago they voted, having a field of 21 candidates to choosa from. The highest vote was tfcii Germans were killed In the polio 1 Pearson, one o! the battle on the OalnzizzI plateau on the "fighting parsons" of the contingent, Italian from during lie Teutonic and Miss MacAdams was a triumphant drive. This Is scarcely credible, but second. She medB no speeches, Is- true, throws a new light on the sit-1 sued very little campaign literature, uUon on that fronl, and Indicates and had no prospective voters under tkit the Teutons won luelr much- her care al the hospital. Soldiers vol- stoffe shon- acl sale at Toronto In December, but Mr. Steed intends lo bring a number of the best of the young sluff In the herd to his ranch eisl ot Stirling where ha has arres under fence. While oast Mr. Steed also purchased a carload ol 47 registered Shorthorns from Messrs. Wilting List and Stone, o( SSyrtlc, Ontario, and (hose are now on the'.r way They will bo added to hla herd ot purebreds bringing lhe herd Tip to over 50 Lead- Ufa" Sprng Stock Show Mr. Steed Is very anxious tbal the Lelhbrldse Fair Beard should consid- er tho holding of a Block show and sale, iere neit spr-'ns as he believes it would ilo a great deal to advertise Southern Alberta as a breeding cenlie and It wo-jld also be an incentive to lhe breeders to keen their animals In betler condition. Lelhbrldje must do this, he says, In order to impress on tho packing concerns the fact that this part of the country is a great PICKED UP IN PA SSIJVG BUSY MAN Ueul. Murang, sou of Geo. Marang. the noted Toronto publisher, ueou In action. bcisted vicloiT ttie Uallans onls-, cd [or her bsciuse she was a nurslug livestock producer so Ihal a a most (rlghlf'Jl loss, a loss TrhlcU .ironld almosl offset tbe adrantasea liey (ilEed. The Italians have taken up a strong uoir and nre oftenDg fi sue- reslslacce he medical corps ol the .nny. Not only was it tin election without speeches, but one without polllics as well. MORE REASONS FOR A SPRING STOCK SHOW When our Southern Alberta raneh- ers'can-go to Ontario and buy up the best shorthorns In the proirtnce under the eyes of the Ontario breeders it Is time for tie people of Lelhbridge to consiSer ways and means lo'glTe en- CDu'raEemerrt.lo.the. men of the district >hc are doing Uieir (o One of the best lhe out before; "the sprinci Her- ieerj this inggesllon .before the members'bl the local fair the.hope that they will toon belierethe fair board conld secure the'co-operation of the aotnmobUe' dealers ot the city with ,yiew of .making spring- slock "show affair .which; would attract fannera to the jyty.-.and It'is that a moVe will he inide soon-to consider plans and ef fecit aa 'organization for ILJS'purpose LOTS PRODUCE SOMETHING nnraber of Trestera cHles not In a pleasing elate financially It aj [f LethbTldge'were aboui to emerge from the class of those ma nlclpalltles. whose finances arc In a troubled Elate and enter 13 era of de- Tetopinent which will soon'put (he city.-. on the "'solid foundation -wlilch from .its pajToll, Its Industries and wholesale connections. It should pro- perlr enjoy, are Indications on hand of a ileady growth In pop ..million and business In Lethbridge .aiatTlct soon carry us 'be- of the depression of a Jew years past, and nul lhe city rlsht with It (i doubtful, however, whether (hi should continue to Include in 1U boundaries, large blocks unuaed land, Lhe relics oE the real es- boom. The city is fortunate in rthe. the mayor and commis- tlffnerc'TtiaTe tecji able to' carry oh BO IODE wIlhonL a tai sale, bul whether tiiIB period should be ranch longer tilendH la a question. Certainly it Is i question In the case of onlaldo tub- dtrijlons, which will not be needed [or purposes until Lethbrldge a population of five llraea whal Uiu suSraglsls hare laken llve- y'lflterest SUIer MacAdaras, nnd has (old them that the main part of her program will be to see that re- not suffer hard- ships after tae wcr. and teat be found for them in lhe reorganized tile o! affairs that peace will bring, COALDALE (From Our Qwu Coaldale, Nor. II. D. Marrs addressed an appreciatiTe anil re- sponsive congregat'on on Sunday when he spoke of the work the Dible Society Tvas doing among the boys .at Hi? front. Tha contribution tras about 550.-or orer three times that ol last year. On Friday afternoon of last week, I Mr. Morrison of lhe A- Macdonald Co. The corner-slpiio a new Ian church, (o cost lalJ la llauillloii by IJishop Uudta. T.'io in Ilk ccmoiltteo has formula led its for reorganizing Lhe, milk Indus try and consolidating distribu- tion. Tbe coal barge Aloha, foundered In a storm otl Nine Mile Point, ot Kingston, Capt. Daniel McVfcar. sev- enty ot age, being drowned. Jo. the first fifteen days of tho opef- allon of the allUUry Service Act. 15.- 093 men registered In SaskairoewjE; Of this number are asfclng co- emption. A largo and enthusiastic gathering ot Liberals of Iho Halifax county lib- eral association on record Its high apprcclatioa and conDdecce ILV Sir WllfriJ Laurler and pa.'d a slow- Ing tribute lo his services to Canada and the empire. Harold Jukes, infant son of Pte. George H. Jukes, uow at the from, was very seriously burned around the head and body at hts homo In Toron- to ichen, In somo unknown tho child's pillow caught fire when he was lying In Ms carriage on lhe bach ver- anda. President Braz In a circular address ert to lhe presidents of tho various states ol Brazil declares lhat Brazil faces without faltering the sacrifices she will bo called upon to make be- cause of her entrance Ii The president urges co-opc: keeping down eispepdilures as well Increasing agricultural production in order that Brazil may" lhe granary of the allies. Unless labor or socialism enters the field QgalnsL him, Hon. Marliu Bur- James C.P.It., sgeul for many years, died' at Oraugevllle. I Sunday, November IS. Is tn be llro. claimed Food Conservation Day throughout Saskatchewan. Mrs. KathcrJno Sexton, who pasfnd her blrrnday last August, died at Windsor. Tho Conservatives o! Ibervllla con- stituency decided on A. K- JJolvio, a Winnipeg contractor, as their candi- date In (ha provincial bye election. The Great association of Itcd Deer are lo hare club rooms lhat would be a credit to any city'of a vrcal deal larger proportions. Tbe coraer-slono ot new Polish Catholic church, that of Our Lady of Prompt Succor, was laid In Windsor by Bishop M. F. who also dedi- cateif another church lu that city. Damage lo the client of about ?76.- 000 was dono In St. John and vicinity by a fifty knot gctc and tide. Many trees .were blown down; shipping, wharves and buildings were damaged, and wires 'dlsarrnngeil. Fire of Incendiary origin destroyed Ih3 modern vdalry barn of Rclnbrook llros., at Cape Vincent, N.Y., causing I a lesa or Twenty-six thor- FOR THE GARAGE I'Oll THE SC1IOOLHOUSH FOR YOUR HOME LARGE VARIETY ON HAND, BE SURE AND GET PRICES. HAYR HARDWARE CO. ouglibrcd cows cremated. Tho Is .only covered liy In- One year at liard labor llic sen- tence Imposed at Calgary by Police Magistrate Davidson on Or- scrr arrived lhe other day from 10 uaKe He- .Montreal anU who is suspected of be- ,nio nie war. in5 bcaj of an gailg ol plck. m He took out ol the pock- Probably It was because of Its name I veiled our school and gave tie pup- a helpful and thai tie robber barons chose Barons [or Ihc scono ot their activities. The duly has been (afcen off sheep coming Inlo Canada from the TJniled dress.. He spoke on the subject "Toe and his chief argument was "eat an apple and save a bTscuIt ev- ery day." It Tras a plea for the con- sumption at home of perishable food mservaliori of the Jess per- States. "We, welcome the golden boot, j Uhable ror the use ot the allies. His talk was full of Interest and informa- Kaiser _Blll swore they would never of Eplendtd red rosy apples. jet there which how much he] lliis Gertrude Hbneysett led on rell probably irllt be elected by accla- mation to the next parliament for Yale constituency. At the Conserva- livo unionist nominating- held at Pcn- tlclon, Mr. Burrell was chosen unani- mously as the candidate. The Liber- als of the riding, meeting in conven- tion at the same time, decided not (6 enter the contest, The Vancouver Province says that knows about it. 'uesday for Claresholm where she Is (rcs'slered ns a student at the School of agriculture. "We her success LJbenls and Conservatives brushed, in, her stiidJes. Ou -Monday, evening in Medicine; Hat and themselves to be true Canadians. -'.Thai's the best .The Victory.Loan committee should mftke'a'dead set o'n Barons. .Money is safer In war bonds than on the gam- Ing table. "VVhen prosperous Southern Alberta ranchers.Go down to Ontario for cat- lie the'pcoplB bl.-lhe banner province, sit up and take notice. The return 'of the scsr- rot Is one 01 '1 poc ct of a 'man in a hotel ami the money found on him. SPOKE AT VICTORIA, lctatfa. D. C., Oct. an audience which comfortably filled the Royal Victoria Theatre tonight, Hon. Martin Durrell and lion. J. A. Calder spoko on Issues before Ibo electors at the forthcoming federal election. MOOSE LODGE HAS OPEN MEETING The Loyal Order ol Mooso held a very successful open meeting on Tuesday evening in the Mooso Wall. Lhe West Koolcnay fusion nomination There was a large attendance ol a parly "was given at her honie al whicli a large number of young.people of Ihs neighborljood were present i samei and pasliaies were indulged In and a pleasaat was spent by all. The Ladles' Aid met Ihls week on Wednesday at the, parsonage. The meeting was largely of a na- ture, arranging details for the annual supper and bazaar to -be held on Frl day evening in lhe school auditorium Hallowe'en i.itrlr quietly last evening, about the usual'tricks being Indulged'In.- ;-.-l-.._ The school parliament elections were held this week In which the Tim- ers won four oul of the five constiluen- lo combtt conleeled. Poster-j, car- OOH9, songa and yells played a large 3art In educating the electorate as to he merits ol the .respective party Tlatforma. The wolves put up a stub iorn tight, and although' vreak, will ic an active and effective opposition. Neit Sunday being Luther OOlh annlyersary ol the Reformation, he chorcli services appropri- ate and In keeping with'the occasion. probably will go lo R. P. Green, Con- servative East Koolenay lo Df. Donnell. also a Conservative unionist. In Cariboo the unionist nominee will he J. T. Robinson, Kam- loops, a Conservative- Cotnox-AIliernf unionists csrected to S. Clements, Conservative, while un- ionist support In Prince Huperl Vill. go io Col. Peck, and N ana I ma arc stilt undecided. New Westminster fuslonA and Cbilliwack Is Ubc'fal.' ;lf the: pro- prognim is fusion slate for show one returned s'oidfer.'caiidldalc, four Llberal-Unlonlsia Con- servalive unionists, t members and thefr wives and friends. Dro. Her. C; Marsh, prelate of the lodge, .pre aided and spoke of Iho good work being'. done by the order Eor lhe and" helpless. A molor ambulance" Is being maintained In France and 'provision being made ot Moose -Home ,at MoosehearL, for 'all may be or- ph e.ncd by tlic'.war.- A very interest- and re- fiaaon SisrI) 2Iimttpf> THE HOME OF THE V1CTROLA From the moment that construction is started on a Mason Risch Piano AT THE'FACTORY, THE INSTRUMENT BECOMES A INDIVIDUAL OPERATING ON ANY PART OF ITS CONSTRUCTION, HEARTILY ciVES HIS EAGER, CONCERNED, CONSCIENTIOUS CARE TO HIS SHARE OF ITS CREATION. WHEN FINISH- ED IT FACTORY FOLLOWED BY A GLANCE OF PRIDE AND AF. SECTION, FROM THESE MEN WHO HAVE SO ENERGETIC. ALLY STRIVEN TO PRODUCE AN ARTICLE THAT WILL CARRY SO MUCH HAPPINESS AND CONTENT INTO SOME HOME. MASON BALMORAL QLQCK RISCH LIMITED FIFTH ST. 3- LETHBRIDGE freshrapnts 'by'.iho en- tertalnmcnt Songs were violin numbers. Bro. Williams prc- renderpd Mr, H- sided at the During the mcet- Kllner and 15. .Williams. Mlssr Ing Pasl Dictator, ;13ro. S. Haynes dc- Washbropk and .Miss'McCiuirc ..'gave' scrfbed the home at Mooseheart and TccSlnttons ;Nen .and. IU work. A .largo '.number o( new Peyne .played "some., very excellent; members ,have .been adder! to the local lodgo. (.his year and arrange- ments >rill bc'iuade (or regular open meetings of Ihls nature. A. very pleasant evening ivas brought lo. a close by the singing, of Iho national aqtlicm. cost of says the Vancouver Sen. Tttri's a lot In the aflvicc. Soulhera Alberli la represented ID Ilia.Dominion cablnel for Lhe Arfil lime In- history.' Southern Alberta Is Eel- ling' on lhe map alrlsll Ibese days.' U's jiul A queftllpn whether Farmer Jim Wfer..will be able lo pass up Lhe Non-Partlzan, IJlberal rjomlrjallon al MacLeod Wfreli. Walch and see. Baying a .Victory Loan bond Is not a sacrifice for lhe war, but It Is n good business proposition which shows the buyer to hare confidence In the out- come. What Mayor Hardle wanls.lo know Is soina way to turn the of pre- sent prosperity In. Lethbridge Into lhe city.hall lo lhe tune of ahonl halt a (ai arrears. He would be quite happy It he could find ihe solu HOD. The Vancpnrer Sun Intimates lhat It would quite content with the un- ion goTcrnmenl If B.C. had a strong 'it ittteal. To lhe Hcrald'n mind Borne lime ago lhe Sun was rather Bcheme should he devised for unused land under cul- oB. .yyhelher the city should do rf .wtjether lhe land should be itiide the clly'J boundaries ;t9 be. decided but It Is useless hewl this A valu- which to raise taxes for the munlcl- ?'-'0'' i We present lime's cpaiicjl (JM aider ini nggtiUmt ot feulble any as'lo preptr dltpowl of till property cheerfullr Ttcelvrt dtf ol Miss MacAdarhi to of tSe province o( Al- J lte proTlnce on. the batl1elleld3 ol representative In age the. oulspofeen against union. Evidently It has seen Iho. light. It look a solar pleina lo brine Iho Italians lo a reallzallon oriho fact lhat war lime waa not the right lime lo play Internal pollllca. they nre un- lled now and Lhe outlook la brlghler. There ,ifis some Iniilcallon a while BSD thai. Kaly waa threaienerl will Lhe same disease as pul Russia down and out. Germans !n lhe relchslac are tald lo have laughed when u WM snnounc lia( Urupjay bad broken oil d'plo- ,Hh the Huns. So did THlSECRETOFZAftBURSPOWER ST. KILDA NEWS (rrom Our Own corrcjpondeni) SL Kllda, Oct. snvx orms have been raging here for (he past (our days and a good'Blrorjg 12 nches oE snow hare fallen. The farm- ers are a happy bunch now .19 they can go on fall plowing without any trouble. L -Mrs. A, Ji. has recovered ffom her Illness and'has' returned to lhe country again. Jlrs. Gllmour'a friends are glad lo sec her well again. Mr. Joe Lynaa, a well known farm haml of vicinity has lelt for Chi- Ciigo, 111., anil from there to his name In South Dakota. Mr. J. F. Simons, agent for the In- lernallonal Harvester Co., at Coutls Alia., was seen In the 'district a lew days Izot week. J. McTaggart hae purchased some thoroughbred Percheron slock with the Intention Eomc good Ettick for his farm use. Mr. Earl Height, Iho mall carrier of lhe past'has turned tilo job over lo Oorrten Waddcll. The roule runs from HI. Kllda, via Clarlbda. Anhur J.- CJIMer and licej Davis made a business trip tn Shelby, a few days last week. Meal et Iho young mea In Ihls 61s- Irlcl that arc In class one appear lo be applying for on the grounds of being farmers, Mr. A. J. Olldcr ana mother assort panlei) hf It. Nclmn, made a business trip to Sweet Onisa, Mont, ono day laal week.- PART Of ORDINARY OINTMENT. The iboTe ittgnm fhow> the proportions of tho Tflrlouf nlcdlclnal 'qualities contained la n-hlch Ii mtdlcloc, This (lltyram represents a type ot ordlniry ment, vvhlch coatalos only a, immll proporlloa medicine. The secret of ZaiA-Bufc's power lies in the fact that it is all medicine, 'Ordinary ointments contain about medicine and the balance animal fat Seven important qualities combine to make Zam-Buk a unique balm. TRIAL POSTPONED Port Arthur, Ont, Nor, trial of Qermans a't 3 certain con Charge Ms eon, llttie1 trruf, threalenlns to i Rpllerl; of, October 3, was .hem now o[ II. lhat realize their mistake. They ho had not1 had Ifmrj (o prop-srlr pre- iba'mltlMltc yet ol sheer- parc nla Tho'rirwoner was loo. ilock anJ pleaded not galltjr. j sTIdence wvp taken, 1st. The will Me from the dljgtim predomlnalcj. By comparing thc'diagrams you Vi'ill see that one box of Zam-Ruk niore heALlag power Ibin a great many boxes of ordinary ointment. 2nd. The SoorMnjr power et Ztm-Jtlik Ii very grfjt, Im- mediately It la applied It edda the pain ind Irrltallon of a wounrf err tore. It then drawl out Ike Inflammillon reduce! lhe swelling. The -Aittiftptit la three ts gtetl i la commonly met withe This is (hequtllly Ihit'prevents the growth of mlc'rubtj, Ihua preveaU Usir.iluf. 4th, The Sttniatatitrt quality ot Zam-Huk ]j rcry ai H enables lhe balm to Met ia A tonic on lhe surrounding tlsiucs and hastens the healing process. Vth. At Dntlarmt Zim-Bukls unequalled for discharging lega, vlcerA; wet ecxcmaj etc. It la obvlo'ai In buylnj Zam-flnk you get the best money, which particularly at matter o( great consideration (o good house--