Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
TIIKSDAV. XOVF.MUKIl M TIIE LBTlinniDCE DA1T.V HEHALD PAGE TlinEB (I i i on l i f il "-pnildotiU N'oldrrord. November 11. All 'HIM mi, bi In en Mopped tiirough- out tills district by the heavy snow which fell this week. Mosl of the crews liavci been paid off and the rest will p> by .Monday If ihe unow ROCS may the fanners who hiive out in shocks >K it take i Koal was an accurate in the match, and efforts arc being of tlie respective powers of made to provide special rales for i althoufh allowance ,i---- is already training, and for liic fact that neither iwas able to show its entire offensive; d mi iiv h i Hi i (n Hie ileoths of his rc- L th it o n tdt 1 im of ion tit d htm ot f 1101 T'oi'il wilh IOMIH t'" mounted 10 i ptssien both to ins tin nd uid lo In ideal M mtois i nil in ss tint uion-'u his tin horn t to a degree Iliat blotted out suspicion, mi mm 11 publl M i i'h Lrnler lid mo i l" i'lc quilltl' ol st mi.tu well be nioml of Sir Sam's record. Prince Albert Herald Prince-Albert. Nov. m r 'itornlU on Ihc ol -.tin cs llu. Punce ilbut J4- -jit'-e lite anliontu n Ibat tlte district IjOttrd M. of A., had 1 announcement reK'm! this year. Some of the i poiti.l this nick 110 very tood sp.niil, it is likjn into iiinsili iitioti I'nt th. ni im is grad- ing high. P.olton has one of the lust in ds in liic Oiolo .list let Iinv- ina olitaincd -ID hushels jier acre on nnlililc and .''H hiif.hols to the acre 0 summer fallow. .Mr. llolton also 1 u ul biismls of to the acre. Mrs A. 11. Coo obtained 21 bushels 10 111. HI I 01 K10S Of fllX. 1 i hoi ol at to the lire on lla ici "id lij-htl oiei 100 bushels of oats per acre. John McLennan got bushels per acre of wheat on a, tin i. isi in" omi Pi nirps. Very i iiltl I ill Ins boon I'one but l nr i inniiinl I su nmoi nllowed hid is foi spimg', there T ri u i acre-i0> ol prepared than was the case last fall. Those farmers who will not have to thresh in thc''spring will be able to get away witli a good start. to the assumption by wers whiclt, in the jnd there were no in part, is tin' meii'tIII this'pHmc'minlstcr. can bo ex- j dents, and few experienced crcised onlv by tile as could be relied upon. made for the fact that neither I Nothing is Unoivn as to lite attitude that the Operators' association will t surjf. recardinr ibis new move upon lite parl of the miners in tin district will t il f iid unlit sott'ClhillB ntOK dPUloVs it is dillunlt to force ist H( I ill h ipp i Not mil'b intetesl is "Ge'ien-1 Sir Sam llaf-bt-s has been. to hai e eten aroused hcie about tl.c the oliicct of bitter criticism, but il, mailer, must lie remembered that he came; upon a herculean task, for the ecm- I dei i meat v.-as made of District 18 handed out the annoum-fincm nifr t d i uiid fir in nit itlon il t it i All analysis nf si ale voters lists b in w lues is i u it lionns t poit 'a correspondent of the New 01 k in the Herald yestcrdns j Times mi ils (he H t thit there are onlv German voters In Ihe lin-.' on both boys before they! away. inlicipatei that Ihc cor-' :ln impartial light Ibis work in Ihe in- brought about Ihe Rial stages of the war ill which Lan- minisler's resignation, i was called lo Utke parl, TOWN FOR NEGROES Dr. John Patrick Turner, n negro physician of Philadelphia, is woTking oul Hie details for a town in the mountains of North Carolina in which onlv colorcrr neonle will be allowed. into Ihc squared circl 22nd. on Nov. The bluo was a keen alm I request ot Ihe minister's resignation. 1 was called to lane pan., ,t js to" raake the place will be made public immediately. It pare favorably even centre for ihe development of negro lanpoinlment, t suhralucu to the govcr-1 plishmeut on the other bide of Ihe At to its adherents in the same against I lantic. His failure has been that 01, music, inire is ,ti..o _ _ Urown. The Elli failed to improve "ul sir statement i words. 'He talked too over the earlier contests of the fall._A gjr gam seen at aj Winnipes Tribune iiiponslaicnt attack, coupled late hour this evening, said it was true Best for Liver and Bowels, for Bilious- ness, Sour Stomach and Cons- tipation. Get n 10-cent box now. Furred Tongue, Bad Colds, fndiges- lion. Sallow Skin and Miserable Head- aches come from a torpid liver and clogged bowels, which cause your stomach to become filled with nndi- niiK Hum wiiinirc" Nov Tribune out one essential cause may be iu that he had resigned, but not for U'e i heading "Exit Sir at- signed. More probably it is the cul- [gesled food, which sours and ms announced in the r nows cause minatlve effect of many. But garbage in a swill barrel. Thais 1 ,n snrnrsp but rather that the sur- Sam has gone. He appeared last night first step 'o untold m.scry-in HIV SlllltrlSt. I'ill. _ ...tii. ,i., nr i Imrl hrpntli vcl doing' of Yale. Unable to score by, rushing during 'the first hall of tbei' in? ii i u u nut ms game Braden's clever kicking gave the Let I. H..C.'s Down Hard Last Take Lead in the League Dy a_lotal ot 4S8 pins the Dominion 116 IS it llguiu Hi iJiiuiiu it luincinuiu hos0 resignation in no way little insldes need have nol'liing special n' a great cause at the pres H. C. trumllers down in 14. The Morning Canada had practically Coach Yost's pupils were superior to vin take Ihe lead in the'Ewert The system was changed, we have re- the Ithaca team and it was Everybody welcome. the pay and medical disappointment to Cornell supporters of Sir Sam Hughes the gorernment, says: 730 Ihe Business Jlen and the that the home eleven was not able to Elks will clash in their llrst gnme in proved the training of the men to meet offer a satisfactory defence spectacular method of atlva ball. oiu "A fortnight ago something happen- the "Y" Howling League. the changed conditions ot the ed which foretold corning events I this year planned extra divisions so that fully one-quarter of greal guns. the Dominions, made Ihe high marie ol the evening with 551 for the total and as high game. The next game of the league lakes place tomorrow night, when the Elks and the Giants stack up. On Friday night the Herald and Morcantiles tangle. Last night's scores: International HarveE I Breeze liaight Carroll Uehersctzig fiercer Gibbons Millar Ir.win Jones Schweitzer ior> 125 IDS) 10S Dominions 170 117 130 131. laS 13-1 200 >.r Co. 400 313 r.no 367 i THERE'S A LONG LONG PIPE a Long. Long (Try this over on your furnace) JOO--- oui 313 j There's a long, long pipe that's leading Into a furnace of mine! There's a .sound of many voices. Saying: "Gas is oft' at nine." There's a cold, cold night of waiting Ere the juice comes through the main; And I'll be damned if ever I'll depend On natural gas again! a Sufferer. 632 1S39 407 411 477 426 DRAFTS MEN FOR FARMING from militia in All "the! person of Sir George Perley was ap-; nninfed The official memorandum j divisions SU L11UL 1UI1J 1IUU1LCU. 1 t the men of our troops could be resting, conveyed the idea that It sir, at a time But perhaps the most im-, Sam's suggestion. Tho minister never. noi-t-nt development of all has neea took credit for it. It was known that o? perfect harmony wlthjhe regarded it like everyone else L11G u I .......Irnr! oil vtn i 1 ITlf'T! I. Ot IllS OOWBr the war office, with Sir William Rob 1 ertson. Gen. Wigham, and all the sen- British statesmen, Gsorge, jlr. Balfour, Lord Lansdowne, as a marked curtailment of bis power and authority. A couple of days later General .Hughes left the Dominion capital. He went on a hunting trip. On his way hack he dropped off in Toronto. There he made several v St., sc-.U, by (ith Ave., east D> nth St. best District No.