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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta letbbvlbac, Bibcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dailv, delivered, per wpek Daily, delivered, per year Dally, by "er Jvar Weekly, by mall. Her year Weekly, by mail, per year to l 10c! TELEPHONES fineness OOVe Editorial Offic W A. Buchanan Joh M, .arini Dir iesuos which have been raised created nmougst many Canadians tho feeling fiat Wilson wns weak; Hint ho was not prepared to defend to the limit human rights and democracy, and that he was not upholding the rights of the United States. Then again, of course, ws have a host of people who think Wilson has adhered strictly and Willfully to his policy ot neutrality. that that policy was in the better ve been made by both the local In, .I The council agreed to thc offer of nearly plan with slight amendments, and the as recently made tor the properts pan next move Is to canvass the district war The Germans fought for every inch they won. and sacrificed men in whole battalions. The French saved their men wherever possible ried out the defence Witt a remark-, ably small'percentage of loss. they have gained back all they lost; with just as small a loss. The Italians have developed a new offensive against the Anstrians east; of C-orizia and on the Carso plateau, j which is proving successful. The ture of many prisoners is announced. On the Rumanian frontier, and in success for the alllld .troops was again recorded LETHBRIDGE HAS REASON TO BE PROUD At the Board of Trade luncheon to Caw.iin the Hon. Rupert Guinness on igtou, Oreg- it is said, has a safe ma- vote in the following 0- (lle yrlcK rresuvieimu nch saved; Kentucky North Carolina, north-west corner of Fifth avenue and Carolina Georgia. Thirty-seventb. street, New South LV5lana, and by the trnstees. homa, Arkansas, Tennessee. Texas. [The doubtful states are: New Tort. I; Maryland, West of the Brick Presbyterian church, ou The First Presbyterian church ot" city Mich., decided unanimously nex move and obtain one thousand dollars for the equipment. Ed. Ivins started the list at the council meeting with fifty dollars. The matter will be aided by the out- lying districts no doubt, as two-thirds CAPITAL, _JESERVE FOND, BANKING BY MAIL Missouri, Wyck of S Mexico, Arizona, Wisconsin. Nevada. In order toi Wilsoo must poll 117 the un-j Toronto News says Citv Mich., aecmen uuiiniuiuuso lying nisiricis uu issue a call to Rev. J. R. Van I the patients come from outside the Andrew 's a number Tribune tkl in hi .-_- it_t {_ rho ti 5 that Hughes Tor. It esti- in the uncertain states- prominent business men of that city urge the sale o! the city hall to the Dominion government IB a gen- of Cardstou. Fire at Woolford Yesterday at Woolford the bara'oC L Taylor was destroyed by fire. The, Kidneys or Bladder-in irritation cause is said to be a rf due to an excess of brie TorV. New Jerwy, Ohio, iflclent votes to -r r... Sim Into only natural to conclude that _ eral post office and proceeds erect a nev building in to the differ- ent civic departljtmtp. Attention to the case of an Edmonton storekeeper who two" small boys and-matches. Besides losing harness, saddle and usual barn equipment, Mr. TSylbr had. stored a 'Urge part of .his :househol4 and in'lie paratory to bulMlai k ao his loss _.-.. itherwlia senary of Mr. shem P adjacent, alsolcauglit fire. HBBETS EFFEBVESCEST IS RELIABLE SOLVENT FOR URIC If you are taking Abbey's Effervescent Salt for Constipation, Indigestion, Sick satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank the same ay uiitt SalUs'a valuable aid in treating Stone in the Kidneys or Bladder-in irritation of the Bladder due to an eicess of bnc Acld-and that it is almost a specific in _.____1, in of the stomach and in certain W" -Dyspepsia. u rmorniltg.' impressed the visitor well worth' modSs'-'To I ?he ndghborT "was car- with his figures on enlistment at' before us on mgn in his draper's shop. ried in anything lost. .Lethbridge, and likely surprised returns ars coming m. good many of the Lethbridge men present with the announcement- !that over two thousand five hun-i -dred men had joined the forces; -here since the war began. Mr. Marrj l.noch's figures showed that this ilistment was divided as follows: Ar-j Uillery 616, mounted forces 166, infan-j trj- 1579, engineers 111, medical corps j navy 3. This is a remarkable! '-'record for a citv of less thau 'ten! Thos. Bellamy Is we wonder if any other In Edmonton city of similar size has done as well. lCKED UP IN THE BTJST Lethbfidge Branch-- R.T. Brynjner, Mgr. FOR SALE a. mayoralty cau- 1 Most cf these men are now either, in training in England or on active ser- vice on the several battlefronts. To date thirty-three have been killed or died of wounds, six are misstag, 'thirty-six have been wounded and twenty rank amongst the "returned Eoldiers." Lethbridge has certainly Lieut. J. H. Ponton, of the Moose Jaw Collegiate Institute stafi, has been killed in action. HOT. Dr. Howard Sprague, dean of Mount Allison University, Sackville N. The 202nd Battalion, Bowen commanding, has left Calgary for the done "its and will continue to maintain its reputation until the war to the ture by Peace River Liberals, various patriotic funds has been very generous and runs into six figures. W A. Rae was nominated as Liber al candidate for the Alberta legisla NEXT TUESDAY'S AMERICAN .ELECTIONS Western Canada is interested In the Siol Board.' Aid. Baillie has been placed in th field as a mayoralty candidate by th labor interests of Saskatoon. Dr. Albert H. Abbott, of Toront has been appointed Director of tl Department of Labor of the Imperi result of the presidential elections in! the United States. Our farmers knowj that a Republican victory meana higher tariff wall and the inevitable exclusion of many products now pass- ing across the line freo of duty be- cause of the Wilson-Underwood tariff. One of the'criticisms the Republicans ot the Wilson administration- is .the tariff it put Into effect. Promises are .made that duties will be relmposed 'where they have been removed if .the Republicans obtain control of affair's. That wTiiiid mean no more free entry. .of Canadian hogs, cattle and'wool. It would mean a restricted market. It: would mean less competition in the buying of our farm products. The wool growers know the difference in the' market when restricted and when vride; open. They had complete experience less than 1! months ago when fhe ''wool embargo was brought into effect. Then their market was restricted and the price was cut almost in two. When the embargo was raised and the United States buyers were per- mitted to buy, tho price jumped up tgatn. It-will certainly be a sorry flay Harry Legge, an employee of Lake of the Woods Milling Co. Medicine Hat, was crushed to df in- the mill elevator. A Barton Hepburn, chairman of the i Chun National Bank of New York, was elected a director of the Great Northern railroad. byen the price of chop suey has gone up. Dishes which sold _for 25 IT is the purity of a soap interests the f doctor.- Eot the pu'rer it is, better its action as an antiseptieV The fact that lyory Soap is used in many great hospitals is scientific proof that no purer soap can be made. To you this means that Ivory cleanses not only pleasantly but so thoroughly as to produce an aseptic condition which is cleanliness at its best. A piece of Ivory Soap iuuiico uyyt inches dissolved in a gallon of water makes a one per cent solution which is excellent for sterilizing articles m the home. announce; Always first, New Work has a "cool- to the name, because it is a floating police station that may be moved "to any .waterway of the great- er The Department of the Interior re- ports the output of quicksilver In the United States during. 1915-as 31.W3 flasks of 75 poiniiis each, valued at A new policy has been decided upon that will make possible the carrying out of many large drainage schemes that have been hanging fire in the northern parts of Alberta for a long time'. The heavy coat of _these ior gcnemeBp wmcn nave to I a tai upon the lands affected, al- Ou the other band, the war and bun the BUimblics-block that IVORY SOAP Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada 1 West 4th -li miles from Grauuni. 220 acres in i-j cross fenced twice, (lood well. Clear title. SEND FOR OUR LISTS OF FARM LANDS FOR SALE. The Trusts Guarantee Company, Limited ALBERTA CALGARY Administrator and Official Assinnce for thc Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY 'WETASKIWIN "nb'dj. Bank of Comm.rc, B.dg.-J. W. McNIcol, Insp. Last Will and Testament .Tlicfinost imporlimt (loi.'iiinonl; a-.jierson of large or small means must Leaving a will saves costs and delay admuusU-ation of ouo's estate, Askifor our booklet "A. Talk About Your British Trust Co. PHONE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ;