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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE FOUR THS DAILY HERALD MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, ttbe. letbbnbge IctbbriDoe, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES delivered, per year..... 1 pmllr, by mall, per year....... by mall, pet year..... It Is (U-nemlly Hi'-iii'l lhat u fnrmer hrtB not (he Kcconsary cash lo uso 1 motor, usporlQllj- In tlu> spring. A i CflsU outlay of ut least JI50 Is requir- h etl bofoi-o a wheel Is iiirntul, iiiul L> there Is an liHwssnnt on the cr's jnirso. It ilie farmers in the past jhnd put the ?1000 or .which Ls j iho required outlay fur a niochanlj outllt, citlior sleam or -and TELEPHONE? Buslne-B Office............ Editorial tlieso n-mnrks will apply to i io brooj mures '.vlic-u he attirletl op- _. omtlojiir, In1 would luive doubled his; money in colts, whereas tl'.oto who did spend the money on iractore bnvp paid more io operate iheni, havo rale 'i SPENCER TO RUN FOR FEDERAL HOUSE MvJIciuc Hat dlBtrlct Con- son-altvcs will liotnlunUi a cnn- tributary of the Oder which, .flows from tho Poland Irontier through Poaeu, over 100 miles from Warsaw due west. "With a wedge at Przemeyl the AustriKia, in Galieia, have been forced from the river San, which: flows northward, through :Praemsyl and Jaroslav into tlie Vis- tula, to a position. betT-'sen Cracow and the Carpathians. marks with reference lo iho packer. moEt of the farmers will .igrec with him. Cases have been iioitxi where comparatively no germination TWENTY YEARS FOR SLAYING TORONTO MILLINER Xeiv York, X.V., Nov. Coerisa. 2i years of npe, was setUenc oil lo not less than 20 years in Sing Siu.i by Jiisiice Davis for the murde ot W. M. Murlln, a miiliuer of Toroi: j to. on August 11, iflin. Hurry Schael has! a confederate in the murder, w.i been attuned v-ithout ihe use of this! gome "me a5Q Siveii n life s maclilne, and ii is scnprally consider- ed as a distinct asset TO the farmers' supply of nmchinery. Thp German rasle turns our to be a nihure In the garb of "kuHur." Farmers are elill ploughing for nev year's crop. Mr. Weather Man is making himself strong with the South ern Alberta farmer, sins Tan is no longer a German naval station. Thai should relieve real fleet to look after the pesky Ger man pirate boats la the Pacific, Watch or a different story from that quarter moat any day. A lloose Jaw man iblames ihe Ger- mans for the- outbreak of foot and mouth" disease in the United Stales. Tne big packers there are filling en- irmous orders for the allied armies, and it is thought Lhe disease was itarted by a-ay of reprisal. Possible, mt hardly probate. TRACTORS VERSUS HORSEFLESH There CTMT be no queaUou but what farmers on the prairies will loolc with eyes upon, certain parts of the.article written "by H. H. Biggert, Huperintendent oC the International Harrester Company of Canada., on the attitude vnich western farmere aianme at this crucial period the history ot oar Empire. >'.The" farmers cannot help (but real- iraportfince of Air. -Biegert's fortify.agaJQBt the increas- -by prepar- ..for .crop next year. ihey-do realize the duty upon them are "on every, band. But the: farmer JB quite likely to ouarrel with.. the author 33 to the .aethoda pi cLltlvatloo. iMr. Biggert snakes the assertion that crop, just the same aj in nie cost ot makJne carpets, shoes, o -wagons, hand power, well aj an 'imal .power, cannot. compete wit It must be the firs -dace thit'iMr. -Blggert bao w sell. His company la one of th nargest inanufacturerH of gas .'tractors jii the world, tnd it is on -iuls machine that Mr. Biggert speaks irtal takes about 60 per cent off the for the mechanical method When Alberta'raises "a cavalrj' regi- ment, a battery, of artillery, an arm? medical corps and a. troop of field en- gineers 1n addition to the men already sent io ihe front, there will be no doubt about the loyalty of the sunny province. Alberta is very much to the fore in showing the Kaiser that ftda is on the map. .Vpirparmg the land and sowing and the crops. The other SO per can be easily disposed of. The comparison Is somewhat ludicrous and might proie deceptive to the lay jiincL But no farmer will uphold it. .j tie''gas and steam tractor has prov- 'a 'brilliant failure in tbe Canadian It is much more of a success the western states, where fuel and machinery are cheaper. But in Can- where duty attaches a big figure, and where gasoline is 50 per cent, dearer, it "can't b2 did." A farmer with large experience makes this significant statement; "Generally speaking, tractors will not do the work as well, nor HE cheap. They might go over a small piece of land in a demon- stration, and stand up, but a prac- tical man knows that it cannot be year in and year out and on .a live, working farm. I have done tractor plowing, packing and har- rowing, for an ,..acre, and that ;g cheaper than-horses'., can but that was- on a crcsll flue piece ot land. AN OBJECT LESSON (Calgary Herald) The Lethbridge Herald tells the story of a. Japanese farmer, living near Haymond, where some time ago we were given Lo understand that sugar beet culture for 1914 had been largely a failure. It-la a story worth repeating [because it contains a moral orth. remembering. This foreigner sowed 20 of Raymond the same sort of and that his neighbors in the dis- xict were sugar beets as t spring. Recently hQ arrested lie beet crop, which yielded him l-l ons to the tons moro tlian .he'beat year in his experience in the Ustrtet. Some -of hla boeta woig-lisd as much as eight pounds, and he has found a ready market with the KnigliL Sugar company for tlie tthole hanrest- Ing, the Company paying him some- thing like J1400 for the product of that 20 acres. wliat-haa been consfdered'an off year" for" the districl, E able to eara.STO an acre on a 20- acre.-plot, one ie forced to the cou- iluaion-; that the season th'tf methods employed by ntan's; at fauli.- we know fUie'Jap'and CJiinotc armors in jelleve this is case. .It Is n jconnection .with these foreigners bat they be found he their patience and jnd eing'.moBt ruck farming1. They are not the sort of or instance, one meets in Lolbl bzV-- ooms and other lounging places: ley have-neither ilme nor Inbllnai D for that, sort Uiinff. Neither they of the class that is ever down under seeming dif- culty and bemoan their fate, waiting government, board .of- trade or ranBpprtation company to come'to leir relief and make things'easy-for heml All of which poasibly explain; ow H is they are aule to make good here NLY, ONE REPUBLICAN FROM OKLAHOMA Oklahoma City, Okia., Nov. resentatlye.James S. pavtnport, Dc- ocrat, although reported defeated In uesday'B election. vraK returned to refis from the district of Ohla- oma by jlfli) plurality over Joseph Gill, Republican. Gill tonlgbt con- ided the election of Davenport. With ie electfon.of Davenport positive, the ate'i delegation. in' congreas fr'ill ntimner but -one to seven The General says: There's a reason for the big demand for our roofing in spite of the European war. Il- ia because we combine in our products the two great essen- tials that guide consumers in the choice of their goods- highest quality and reason- able prices. Roofing is our leader; it represents the last ward in the manufacture of mod- ern, scientific roofing; its quality is the very highest that can be made anywhere in the world, and i: is sold ar a reasonable price. If yon have to be shown, remember TTC back up our statements by a. regular guarantee in writing that l-ply irillliit 5 years] 2-ply 10 years, and 3-ply 15 years, and that stand behind this guarantee iviih the biggest roofing and building paper mills in the world. LITTLE smrr ci sin JOBS. One cf the- great critlciaics ot the American Government la that political oQlceg are too frequent- ly tilled by ir.fcrlor men. whose character antl cayaclty do not properly fit them for the busi- ness of pa-sine just and wlae laws. These men creep Into Congress acd the State Legisla- tures by "playing to tho gallery" lor votes uni TJOpularity. and in- stead oC helping Co pass pood laws for the greatest good or ihu Breataat number ot people. Back merely to advance thtlr persona-1 power and prestige by advocat- ing laws that Itmorc fundamental principles of business and are economically unsound and de- structive In their effect on every- body. Class la given In return for politics! debts, and special Iaii7s are urged favoring1 political henchmen or "pork bar- rel" contractora at home, fiuch men may ffaln somu temporary but are alwayu dlc- coTtred RTid eventually retired. Those who hava made lonif, hon- orfible rccorda in public life were above this type. Economic conditions adjust under most any kind of and in tbe lone run, the order of tJUr.frs Is bound lo uquiillre In Bomo form ofaequare re- acts on the uvpple -who posed to boneCfby It. Wfa'at we noefl -In our legisla- tive halls IB a claaa oC mon who. do not ecek .to advance special Interesis or vho do not seek'loo much poraonfll nrestlffe.- men ars levc1. unprejudiced on any HOclal, pnlit- Ical or economic question, famil- iar with llic fundamental princi- ples of business and Industry anrl are willing1 lo work for favors toward none 'and A square deal for all. Certcfn.feeJ Roofing IB Bold by dctlers everjmierc at rcisoiiible prices. Be cure your roofings are made and guar- anteed by us. Roofing Mff. Conpaay Worift larval mrnxfut'irert of Pijmtulh BWfl 'llcollvHlSe: 3402 Bnlan AlluLd r CfnelaaJ LscL Ciunziti For Sale By J. B. Turney Co., Limited SUPPLIES. 1245 2nd Ave. Phones 755 and 1765 Calgary labor men huvc iimiiinalcd j Jfts. Kae'oud It. Tallon -fcr ai'lermpu, and Alex Ross and W. L. forj school tnisteps. .l.. Spesce, of Cobourff. lins been burear ot tbe Kpiloptic lios- ptuil at In succession lo C. C. Hwtgins, vho wns trnDsu'rreil to tho Asylum, InrenLor of tho system oi account- log iiou- used on most of ilif United States uiid Cnandinn railroads, TllOP. Eedson, formerly a resident ot St. Thomas, died at Detroit. Mistaken for n deer by a party of Montreal men, Arthur guido and mayor oi the Ln JHnorve village, Quebec, shot und killed recently. The Duchess of .Norfolk gave birth a daughter at 'London rcccnily. This is the fourth child born to her since} her marriage to llic Dnke, in --i-ccordiug to a Calgary Ad- miral R. D. Buckhnm, of the Turkish navy, while iborn In Nova Scotia, formed tor n time near Emerson, I Man. j Major E. Hlbbert Leonard. London New Ulster Style For Winter Wear Many patterns end to select from, all equally well cat and tailored in the inimitable Fashion-Craft way. Select now from our Rendy-for-Service Stock or Made-to-order Samples. LeLhuritlgc, Alberta ILLINOIS MAN WAS INFATUATED WITH' THE INMATE OF A RESORT Champaign, Scott Stone, ar- rested in Si. Louis yesterday after _ ___________________ enlisting in ihc United Slates army Ont., has joined Gimn's Lntmllon -be-jundfr an assumed name, lortay cuii- ng raised at Jfontreal for active aer- fcsscd that he had murdered his iviic vice. He will be given the rank ot rand four children at his farm h junior major of the battalion. j at Tolona near here, Sept. 28. Frank Williams, of XanLoa. acci-; "I bleu .up my .ivilh irn Jeuully shot himself with a ahotgim slicks of dynamite and then set fire while out chicken shooting anil one to Stone tDld Deputy Kite Mar- haud '.vill be permanently crippled, ifishals ItoicrLs and who had ho does not lose it. Some shot also j been sent him back to Cham- THE GEEMAN OCCUPATION -OF MALINES entered his side. James Abrams, of Sydeulmm. was Instaniiy killed and Thomas Steven- son, of tha same village, had his leg jroken when a cave-in occurred in Uie Longboro mica mine, near Syden- am. Anhur Lcuf. an employe of the gov- ernment at Halifax, has been arrest- i lasi naine llC dld M as a suppecied German spy aod is inow, Stone commit-led being detained by the au-' horlties. Lauf was employed as an county. The deputies immedi- ately notified State's Attorney Uuscli. rilane's crime has lew parallels in the criminal history of central Illin- ois. He is the son of a wealthy anil respected farmer who refuses to be- lieve his guilt. For thl- love ot a Sirl- not CVCn Iht deed. nterpreler In partment. Uie tle- A general view of after the German occupation. The group neat the tower Is composed of Belgian prisoners (nuird. BATTLE IN BELGIUM thc charred, mangled body of his wife still lay IP. the smoking ruins he hurried to the resort where] Lucille was an .inmate and remarked hoastmlh "Now, I've got ihe divorce ivanted." On the night oi Sept. 27, Stone .said, the family retired early after argc German steamer hna been blown from a drivc AUec mld_ iERMAN MINE BLOWS UP .GERMAN Copenhagen, via -London. Nov. tenner have been destroyed in this I Creeping back to the house he egion. There are no Danish mines I the dynamite under the kitch- n the waters where the disasters ien lahlc- 1'ghtcd the fuse, anil, then iave occurred, as they gathered j tnok UP position m the yarn p by a Danish steamer gome time to await the explosion. The blast, RAIRIE FIRE.SWEEPS ACROSS NORTH DAKOTA Mandan, N.D., Nov. bun- red square miles in Morton and Slo Stone said, shook the liwisc, which immediately burst into llames. "I waited he said in his sworn confession, "to see that burning all right. Then I called a COUP'C of neighfc-ors. thcyi l lold them jt waB no I y prairie firea, causing losses aggrc-l VI1C and tlie babies were nurnwl up, ating' Two HVGB are i they didn't try to do anything! loughfio have been lost. Flames but save the furniture." driven before a 45-mile-fln-ihour ind that hampered the efforts oC the te lighters. Nal Smith of Sanger. a fire victim, in Itlon. hospital in a serious con- URTIS TO RETURN TO SENATE Topeka, Kan., Nov. Cur- Stone was suspected the day ailcr.1 the crime. Jlis infatuation for "Lu-1 cillc" was discovered and the woman was questioned. Stone disappeared, bu t through the Avonian the police traced him lo Mattoon, 111., where ii was found lhai, as Joseph A. Tal- Ijorr, he had enlisted, in tlie army. From Mai-toon, "Talhorl" was .WILSON'S PROBABLE OPPONENT IN 191B Washington, Nov.. President Wileon today began Jila Denial preparations fur vim 101G iiresldentlal campaign. Tie Prealdunt IB convinced that one of two men will be his Hopubllcan opponent In that race. They are Charles S, Whitman, governor-elect of New York, and Frank R. Wll- 11s, governor-elect pC Ohio, s. Republican, is going back to the i trae-icl to St. Louis and to the .Icf- fcrscfl liarracks. Slate's Attorney Busch had him put under guard, and aitet he had been sweated all day he broke down tonight anil confessed. Stone was-to be returned to Cbajn- paign tonight.-.Precautions were taken here to prevent a demonstration hy his former neighbors. States senate after an absence f years, to succeed Senator ph L. Brlatow, whom Curtis defeated for nomination In the primaries. Arthur Capper, Republican, has plurality of J orer Governor Ge'o. H. Hodges, Democrat, on final iigures. On the of the big Capper vote tbe entire Republican stale ticket was swept into office by 25.000, and the legislature becomes Republican. PRINCE REACHES MONTREAL Montreal, Nov. His Royal High- ness Prince Ferdinand of Orleans, Duke de Montpensler, second son of the late Count de Paris, and brother of the Duke, of Orleans, pretender to the throne of France, arrived In Mon- treal last night. He' IB -just complet- a trip around the world, accom- panied by private physician, -Dr. Poizat de Gereute, find Captain H. E. ftlorton oi the British Royal Navy, Re- serve. Tho Prince will offer his ser- vices, to. the British naval .authorities whe'u he reaches England. FOSTER COMING WEST Ilcgina, Sask., Nov. is oxpecl- ed that SJrGeorge FoBt'er, minister of Trade and Commerce for minion, .will pay a vlait Lu tlie West about the.middle of Ibla month. The announcement was made last ovening it a meeting oMhe-Reglna Hoard of Trade that an :effort would be made o have a convention of thoBC Intqrcal- rl in tbe closer ccrumilnlly movement, n this city Sir George vill be able to attend. As far as Is trie convention "will probably ie hold 20. It is underafood that 'Sir George I'os- er'wlil'alea attend n rally of the Con- ervativflB'of.'tlie province'to be held In Hcglna about November 19, whcn'a mass meeting will be in SOUTH DAKOTA. DEMOCRATIC Pierre. S.D.. Nov. .receiv- ing'returns from the northern counties of the state tonight, Congressman Burfce, Republican, conceded the el- ection of F, S. Johnson, Democrat, to the United States senate andCwi congratulations. Harry L. Gapdy, Democrat, defeated W. G. Rice, Re- publican, in liie Third congressional district hy a substaiillnl majority, PENROSE .BY Philadelphia, Pa.. Nov: plu- raJiiy of Boies Peeress, .Republican, for reelection to the .United aiatcs senate, probably will" be more than a quarter of a million. Returns from all but a small number'of districta-ln the state give him a.plurality of over Gifford progressive candidate, who has a lend votes over A- Mitchell the Democratic candidate. NAVAL PROMOTION Ottawa, OnL, Nov. M. Stephens, R.N. director of gunnery In ihe Naval Service depart- ment, baa been promoted to. be com- mander, Royal Cnnatllan Navy and chief of Blaff. KAISER'S 'HAjR WHITE London, Nov. EiiRlIah wo- man Just returned from Tlerlln where ihe has been living since tho out- jrcak of the war, nays It Is absolutely ;rue thnt the Kaiser's hair liaa turned Qiiicc the war The Germans have been driven across the Yser River eastward, and the Al- Ifes progress south of Dixmude. The recent attacks on Arras by the Ger- mans have failed FEAR TURKS via Paris. A tele- AMERICANS Geneva. Nov. 7 gram: hua been an Cons tan tln- Basils AjiiBrJcaus -the Tiirkis'hJiJapjtai (ire the reason riot distin- guish bc'tween Englishnidn and .Am- TRY THIS STOMACH REMEDY ATOillTRISKj Yon know home druggist, pad) wfccn we give yoii the opportunity to try i: remedy with the understanding: thit if It doesn't relieva you and 'satisry you every wny well give bacfc your moaof, there is certainly no excuse forhesitation on your prut. This is the iray we always sell Recall Dyspspsia Tablets. We know what they are made of. We know that they have benefited; your neighbors and frienda. We honestly believe them to be the very best remedy made for indigestion and dyspepsia. Pepsin and bismuth and the other ingredients they contain are en- dorsed by tho entire medical profession for the relief of stomach-ailments, and'to did easy, comfortable digestion. Soothing to the stomach, checking heartburn and dis- tress, stimulating the flow of the stomach juices, promoting regular bowel action, Reiall Digestive Tablets help make your stomach feel good again ami moke it easy (or you to anything you liks. There is Ho red tape about our offer. If they don't do just what you want them tof- tell us so and we'll give back your money just as cheerfully as wctookit from you. They are sold only at the Kcxall Stores, and in this town only br us. Threo sizes, 50c and.Jl.OO. J. D. Higinbothom Co..' sr KT g. r r i ;