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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR Sb: letbbrtoae HIDcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per weei Daily, delivered, per year Dally, by mail, per year Weekly, by moil, per year Weekly, by mail, per year tu L.b. .55.00 .51.00 TELEPHONES Business Ofik'e Jj! Editorial Office J" W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager colters ot Canadian manufacturers ot foodstuffs? How ninny additional millions are Canadians forced to pay in order that tlie Canadian govern- ment may collect war ro- vemie through tlie avenue ot customs? And now tho government Is out with tho splendid advice that municipalities should hold investigations into iho increasing cost of living, examine in- dividuals'under oath, examine books, prosecute business men who raise prices, and resort to publicity. And all the while the manufacturers would be 'sitting back behind the high pro- tection wall laughing up their sleeves at the antics ot local municipal au- thorities trying to make goats out of the wholesalers and retailers who have to stand the brunt of public criticism. Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the subsmp- I Vcn. King and Country need you I right now' ______ THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR i-l efforts of the Tou- be said definitely to have been check- WILSON OR HUGHES? TOMORROW WILL TELL Tomorrow the "Peeplll" of the Unit- ed States hold forth at the polls. What j will the answer or Hughes? Will Wilson be elected because "he kept the nation out of war." or will be i be defeated because "he is too proud ito Will he be elected because [the new Democratic tariff, has resulted ''full dinner or will he defeated because U. S. industrial pros- Jperity has been caused by the war, land "In spite of the Democratic tar- THE LETHBRIDGE PAIfif HERALP_ SAFETY l-'OB PASSENGERS MONT) AY, 0, MUG l Hughes elected because t a fine travesty on life to say that passengers arc safely removed e being destroyed "by Prussian submarines. The above gives an Idea ot aftev that most passengers are accorded, in mid ocean. N. Telegram. -T forced with Kussian troops, and D.ipcinn anu-oerciuu. HICKED UP IN TOR THE BtTSY VAN accomplished along'his long face and mortar-board hat, or ____________ border, where the j Hughes with his hammer and his pro-.-------------------- penetrated the mountainidigious whiskers carefully parted in, g Catharines milk dealers hav enemj had jntoUhe middle? Will it continue to beladvanced their price to tea cents passes to a "themselves! the Democratic "Maud" in the van as; quart. been fold to admit ,hej the nation, will she success of the Rumanian offensive, j be replaced by the O. O. P. el. The Huns seem to be about done at; Verdun. j A horse, a horse; a kingdom for a Rumanian frontier. The Italians have again developed one of those sudden offensive move- ment" on tne Carso plateau against the which have always proved so disastrous for the enemy j "ark forces. The movement now in pro- gress is no exception. The Austrian losses within the past week are given ,f at 39.000, of which many are priam-p" ers. Great advances have been-made morrow, by the Italians. Comparative quiet prevails on thi other fronts. The French continui A call by the Presbyterian church of Collingw'ood, was extended to Rev. Samuel Farley. Wonder if Candidate Hughes has made any bets that will involve his The Court of Revision at North 3ay reuuced assessments in the town >y'about A call to the Tuscarora Baptist church has been accented by Rev. 51. F. Siple, of Burgessville. H. C. Hocken, of Orange Senti Much Building Going Night Train is Well Patronized Ottawa residents are "rushing the i1" because they refuse to drink the j nel, says the privy c bilingualism, is .a French. Dr. James H. Coyne, ot St. Thomas, who fell while alighting from a city electric car, was' seriously injured. (From Our Own Correspondent) Barons, Nov. night trains on the new schedule goiug north and south are being well patronized from this point, there being passengers for one or both trains practically every night. In view of this we think this ought to be a regular stop instead ot only a flag station for these trains. Where there are regular passengers it is a great inconvenience to have to stand out in the wind and rain to flag a train. When smaller towns on the .11 v.i-iin mi a tram. When smaller towns on me y o- Iine are mRlle reeular stops' wliy not intermittent and successful dashes at the enemy defences at Verdun, -which gain for them valuable ground on each occasion. jfusely xhe Kitchener Tuberculosis Sam- e. Lethbridge waterl.tarium at Freeport.Ont. -will he handed Hosp.taU Com. pathy. They know what it's like. j mission. The 'Edmonton Board of Trade has this? At the present rate of increase, in _ very short time every farmer will possess an automobile. Let UB hope that this will lead to a. campaign for better roads. A little Judicious at- tention after wet spells would seeure these ajioL. the extra, cost would be saved iri tires and fasbline. The town is growing. Pour new -houses are in' course erecfjqn anc still 'ithere is-" demand for 'more. TURNING DAYLIGHT ON CAMPAIGN FUNDS There '3 much about American, that Minneapolis millers polities with which Canadians are purchased conversant but we have the oHginated of the! of the Western Canada farm- line. The "pork barrel" also seems i ers getting that amount, to be very much in the limelight. The Edmonfon Board of Trade has The anti-free wheats can get what received a statement from the state K 3. Hantmg has sold Bis ttUfaction they like out of the fact of minois that a shortage of lumber uence, ,.wy occupied by HJ. Han satisfaction they like out of the fact i of Illinois that a shortage of lumber that Minneapolis millers the other j being felt there_ Canadians are not day purchased bushels of! A lotal o( 223 Indians from the Six h-ve n-ver learned Canadian wheat, paying into Nations rescrve in Brant county have fnr tho nrivileee. pnlisted. Tho .majority of these are enlisted. The jnajority of these with the 114th Sir George B. Foster; addressing sen to Mrs." Paulson. Mr. Plantin building a new house for himse T N. P. Rasmussen, who has for some years conducted a feed mill here; has sold his mill and residence to Messrs Zeliner Wirren Paulson. Mr Rasmussen and family intend leaving for Denmark in a short time; Hamilton soldier writing to a the .Montreal Canadian club, urge immediate preparations by ed I H. B. Prendergast -has sold hi a _ e In that city repeats what has j men to meet peace_ condition, south of the line seem to hate! been said before regarding the OUver system of raising which might well be emulated in nada. The federal law requires presidential campaign funds must be j says: them: equipment with, which Canadian n ca-jdiers are furnished. Part of his letter, ,or th _ are now being 'eon- with the Ontario Government e conversion oi the Toronto Jail business i farm at White to Harold Mulli gan. Mr. Prendergast intends to ;en gage in ranching. V. L. C. Burnap, who has the agenc published in the Hamilton Times, j into a military hospital and for i nr ;thB inflinr nnrtion of the the prBsiueuuiii j ffni-ra i fil.'d in Washington ten days hefore connection with money nled, in wasnmswu b what a tremendous savinE could bei fte Action and th maae-by Canada with reference to our lished. This has just been done ed in tne riamnion into it "It mar interest Tou-to know! use ofjthe major portion of the new it lilB., HTUSt-llT. nlTT-lllTTl i Whltby asylum. Joseph L. Hudson, merchant of De- the States witi the result that: You know that before! married to Miss Clay, a .-The Deeomrats acknowledge cam-1 leaving Canada soldier given: niece jaign receipts of new equipment called the Oliver, H.. Dodge, of Xew York, who gradu-; comprising belts, haversack, kit bag ated from Princeton in 1879 with ammunition pouches, with the Elflent Wilson, heads the list with for the McLaughlin car, went ta Cal gary on Tuesday morning's train ant returned the same day, bringing a Me Laughlin special "Big Six" "Baby Six." _ This week the local Red Cross so Ford onVmon of Henry Ford, iciety has packed and sent a Christ automobile manufacturer, was mas package to each soldier enli8tJn! from here Sergt. J. B. McKi'iiley, of.the ISlst who was employed at Murray an ElHent Wilson, heads the list with ai t Hall at Queen's tmversitj, contribntion of The number: Kingston, is in ill-health and is leav- of contributors is 41.582 and -this, nfle..After suftenng agonies on route reMe Aigelejr Cal .For in rnntributions' Of! martihea rand before going Over to n-- ho WJIR nrnfessor'in miner- Cooper's last winter, visited ol _ friends in town this week. Sergt. Me Prof William Nieol, the founder of Kinley has been employed as jnstruc rroi. iiiiiuuu ,.r nfiicers' training school ir years he was professor.'in miner- t the college. amount received in contributions .of j marches rand before going over iu 2j ye less than S100 is The presi- j prance, all this equipment is dumped Oi0gj. dent himself is down for a contribu-j anfl man J3 Eervea wlth a new Republican 'campaign Webb equipment and a new the amount returned is the: rifle. Somebody must be making a largest single contribution being that, good thing over in Canada in persis-, an official cineniatographer Is en- of Harry Payne Whitney, New York, j tently supplying that other antiquated j gaged in securing films of the Cana- ?30000. The number of contributors! dian troops in France. Is given as An average of 500 i equipment. cheques for ?10 each are, we are told, reaching the Republican treasurer) At the point of a revolver, a mask- iTh'e slush fund in Canada has been the downfall of more than one govern- ment. A little, daylight let in would probably make for cleaner politics. THE TARIFF AND THE HIGH COST OF LIVING In Fernie yesterday a mass meeting called to discuss the high cost of living. The H. C. of it. is a-mighty serious thins these days, especially to the wage-earner. Butter is so high ihat the oleomargarine habit threatens. Eggs.have advanced to the luxury class. Canned goods are out of sight. Every staple article of diet has done a little aviation stunt all its own. The war is to blame, of a great deal of the increase in the cost of living, but there are other causes. Semi-official word comes from Ottawa that war revenue will be raised this year from tlie 7% per cent, tariff Increase for war pur- poses. The people of Canada arc very glad that so much revenue Is being raised in this manner and have no criticism to offer on that ground, but hiding behind this seven and one-half per cent, increased protection, how rniiUiona.' are- ed bandit robbed six men playing poker in a shack in Alsask, Sask Chas. Burroughs, s. farmer, has been arrested. Lieut. Castle, a famous war photo- the official photo- lie 'Canadian forces, E. Desbarats, of Desbarats Adver- tising told the Dominions tor at the officers' training school in Calgary, and he likes the work vsrj much. The telephone switch hoard been moved from Grant and Moir' to the new. neat anil commodious eminent office across .the .street, SUB-LIE'UTENANTS, NON COMS. AND MEN ONLY ARE WANTED p.VEHSEA Winnipeg, Nov. approximately 200 or more lieutenan colonels, majors and other "senior" o Schopl-Days are Joy- Days to the boy or girl whose body is properly liourished with foods that are rich in muscle-making, brain-building elements that areV easily digested. Youngsters fed on Shredded Wheat Biscuit are full of the bounce and buoyancy that belong to youth. The ideal food for growing chil- dren because it contains all the material. needed for building muscle, bone and brain, prepared in a diges- tible form. One or two biscuits for breakfast with milk give a boy or girl a good start for the day. Ready-cooked and ready- Royal Commission at Montreal that American magazines and periodicals appealed to Canadians more than Brit- ish publications, because of their ap- pearance, style and price. An interesting ceremony took place in the Presbyterian church, Finch, to-swve. Made in .Canada coo, fleers at Shorneliffe and other mill- tary centers of England, dr'awlng the full pay of their respective- ranks, but] not attached to any unit, and with no prospects whatever of getting to France, is the statement of a recently- returned wounded officer. "It's utterly useless to send any more infantry officers of ranks higher Presbyterian cnurcn, rmun, moe when a large congregation assembled than captain to said the in- to celebrate the 50th anniversary of formanl. "As soon as the battalions the ordination of Rev. Donald Stew- j arrive they want in the trenches., not art of Finch, and R.ev. James Hastie, colonels, but sub-lieutenants and non- of Moulinette. commissioned officers and men." "Ridpath" Clothes Immediate Selection There li a considerable difficulty in securing delivery of Im- Mrted Overcoatings for. Fall and Winter wear. AIM we are experiencing tremendous increase In business. Of our patrons this season have made a selection for their >e .finished later in the season; even into January. Ridpath of Style, Fit Servlca PHONE 730 W FIFTH St. THOSE WHO. FROM TIME TO TIME, HAVE FUNUS KtQUiRING INVESTMENT, MAY PURCHASE AT PAR IN SUMS OF OR ANY MULTIPLE THEREOF. Principal repayable 1st October, 1919. Interest payable half-yearly, 1st April and 1st October by cheque (free of exchange at any chartered Bank in Canada) at the rate of hve per cent per annum from the date of purchase. Holders of this stock will have the privilege of surrendering at par and accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash, in payment of any allotment made under any future war loan issue in Canada other than an issue ot Treasury Bills or other like short date security. Proceeds of this stock are for war purposes only. A commission of one-quarter of one per cent will be allowed to recog- nized bond and stock brokers on allotments made m respect of applications for this stock which bear their stamp. For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, OTTAWA. OCTOBER 7th, r" te- THE "air de ballejt'' is; ever the essence of music __life and the'joy of living translated in riots of rhythm, vigorous, now southing, always fascinating. Every life may be found in these varied ballet masterpieces.andjorchestral suites on Columbia Records: PRINCE IGOR. DANCE NO. 17. Parti. (Borodin.) Beecham's Symphony Orchestra. PRINCE IGOR. DANCE-NO. 17. Tart 5. (Borodin.) Beecham's Symphony Orchestra. ARLESIENNE SUITE. (Bizet.) and Adagietto. Felix Weingartner and. Columbia Symphony Orchestra. CARMEN. (Bizet.) Overture and Intermezzo. Weingartneri and .Columbia Symphony _ Orchestra. CASSE-NOISETTE SUITE. Danae Chinolse and Dame des Miriitons. (TschaikpBsky.) Prince's Orchestra. r CASSE-NOISETTE SUITE." Valse dcs.Fleurs.. (Tschiikowsky.) ErinM'a Orchestra. For orchestral music of anykind.espeeialiy music- tor the dance, Columbia Records have a reputation that has never been approached. Hear any of these records at your you'll always want the records with the "double trade-mark. New Columbia Records on sale the 20th of every month. AS808 JI.2J A5559 S2-mch AS749 .u-inch I GRAFONOLAS and Next Dallas Hotel The Drug-Book Store Phone 1487 ;