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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAC.E FOOT THE LETHBIWnGE DATtY HE1ULD HIDerta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rotos: Dally, delivered, per Dally, delivered, per year Daily, hy mall, per year Weekly, Dy mail, per year Weekly, hy mail, per year to U lo compel It to provide tho reserve pipe Hue. in thin past tho people linvu been .it Us mercy. What about tho future? That depends upon tho com- pany. If it cares lie lltllo tor the pub- lic in the future as In tho past, the people will abandon tho uso ot lias and return to coal. Me ..55.00 MUST LINK UP '.KOOiWlTH NORTH COUNTRY 125! TELEPHONES Business Ollico Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager LethbrldKO must carry on Ita cum- palgn to link up this city with tho new C. P. R. "no from Suffleld to Lo- mond. This connection would supply the Iron Springs, Turin End Sundial districts with urgently needed trnns- norta'.Ion facllllios. and also bring LethoridRO Ir.to better commercial re- lations with a section ot territory that V-Ior to Iho construction of Suf- IU-ld Drench was IriM-.tsry to this city. Too people in that country, Lc- Enchant. Trovers and Retlnw iwera accustomed to dci business with in but they arc situated now. Cal gary and Medicine Hat inset their reads as distributing points. The neopla to the north are Just as ongor for the connection with Lethbridge as we are. It Is a fine farming country -well settled and prosperous. The C. P. R- should make a star! iTum BU next year and build a lino iu news was the most satisfactory that that direction from Commerce, so that has come through for some time. Iron springs and Turin could he pro- Ths sudden reversal of the critical! vtli6a ,vith the facilities they have Bituation on the Rumanian frontier j iong demanded and are entitled to. has been most complete. Here the These two communities are amongst PIUPF of expiry ot jutseriptlons ap- pear d. My on address lahel. Accept- ance ot papers after expiration Sato is our authcriiv to continue the subscrip- tion. Your King and Country need yo'J right nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR From all -war fronts yesterday the Kussians, sent to the aid of the rapid' ly retreating Rumanians, haTO under the direction of their most able lead- tie earliest settled homestead dis- tricts in the south, and they are .lusi as far away from a railroad as in the ers completely effected the rout of I days of settlement. Lieut. C. M. Carbert, son ot Dr. G. Von Mackensen's forces on the upper I southern Alberta the C. P. R. is and- ijibiu ,_ _.......------r Danube and the Teutons are now in ing jt, heaviest business this year, Just B Carbert. of Campbellford, precipitate retreat The Russians have year. The C. P. R. Is been warded the Military Cross, crossed: the Danube at two points be- low Tchornavoda, and are conducting an offensive movement that promises to entirely clear Dobmdja of tho enemy. In Transylvania the Ruma- nians appear to be holding their own _......------ sires the good will of the people it ThU the case ofPte benefit. 1 determined to try somelhinjj on my own and 1 would advise everyone to keep It then I heard Zani-Bulc highly rccom- mcnde I I procured some .nil commenced using it I soon that the healing power a. is simply marvellous! In l- time I was able to retura to roy work, and per- scalp cores and piles. All druggists or Zam-Buk Mrs John S. Huyler, widow of tho III manufacturer, was il I millionaire cand married in Ne ICKED UP IN York. The bride- 'Lt Meut. Z. Peobtoff. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1016' MAN'8 GLASS EVE EXPLODED Malaga, N.J., Nov. U. !cr wan standing at tho IM it tic or of his store whon lio was surtdnlly by a "KM a shook us though ho had boon He clasped his hand to Ills blootllnj: face, and discovered to his astonish- intuit that his slaBB oyo had exploded. Surgeons wore unable to eolam tho nlshnp. PUKY MAN mile here he tn, forming farmers on the other side ot the opportunity for money-making that awaits them hero. More good news IB now following Into the States for the 1B16 crop has turned out to be another bumper one. The fame of the Lethbrldgo district is now roach- ol Dr. R. 'E. ClMip, formerly T- d -t should not heel-' Baltimore and Ohio has placed countrv ana it snouta HDL ueoi order for 000 box cars in auui- IIie oiiriusnie __t bsrta tnis yeai to meet the urgent requirements tim to 1-000 a short time ago. This country relies An amendment to the San Francis-> nff a. KUSBiiiii LU iur. with distinction in veiled thoroughly over the district and lng aidant parts through the fs p rh Foreien aroused saw scores of wheat crops that made record established last month the much 40 to SO bushels per acre and over, and jb. c. 8. Noble. mio threshed the Montreal Canadian dun to aim. impressed with b-ushols of wheat from 1000 acres, thus enthusiasm. widespread prosperity lie found beating hy 2185 bushels, the world re- wherever he went. Ho says that crops held by Colfax county, The Ontario Government has a, ..nniHUons in general are fully Washington. This average of 54 bus. fuHy j than he elpected to and 23 soulhom s per acre has been equalled with considerable success. Over on the British front hi France, country iiy upon the C. P. R. for transpor should construct this proposed line] the new offensive started on Satur- j nejt not any later. day on the northern end of the Sommc Iront has developed a sudden intensity on the Ancre, and the British have penetrated German lines to a depth of a mile or more, and have taken many great Illinois corn belt. The gas may stop, and the miners: The Lehigh Valley Railroad has iv quit work, but the H. C. of mto use cars made 20 years H tt, n famlna The people of the Lethbridge dis- trict are glad to welcome from tho pects have been arrested at London. Southern affords them the op- Hon. Mr. Ca.derT testifying before is travelling across the border and in- portunity they seek. the Wetmore Commission at i prisoners. Outstanding successes are also an- nounced for the Serbiins operating on the Macedonian front, southeast of on Monastir. Aided by French the Serbians drove the Teutonic for- ces back for more than a mile, and captured 1000 prisoners. A statement recently issued the total Canadian casualties to date at goes merrily higher. Helena. Mont., was 14 below on Sat- urday night. ago to relieve the coal famine. Mrs Louise Lipinski, 325 King St., east. Kitchener, was found by a mnk eaoi, They haven't anything venaor lying dead in the woodshed ot her house. seem to stop the "drys" any way. FARMERS SHOULD DISPLAY GRATITUDE According to the Gleichen Call, Harry Scott, a farmer at that point, telephoned the secretary of tie Patri- otic, Red Cross and Sailors' Relief funds one morning early, stating that he was sending a load of wheat Into Gleichen, the proceeds of which he desired to contribute to the. above Innds. The load contained 82 bushels which sold tor Now il every farmer was to look at patriotic needs like Mr. Scott, the de- mands of tlie patriotic funds would be Quickly met. No class in the commu- nity has greater reason to he grateful this year than the farmer. The big prices received are due to the power of the British navy. If It were not lor the control of the seas by Britain the wheat would not get across the Atlantic and the price would only he Bow City school district expects to lue Ui raise J1000 for the Patriotic Fund. It in the Chatham Public schools sets the pace. Let every other schooi been amended and ,u tucure district try to keep up with it. The mum -ivalry will do a lot ot good. John 4 Gamble has been appointed registrar of deeds for the Counties ot People who read last night's Herald Ru5sell and Prescott, with salary m vere of two minds, debating whether fees of throw out gas and hum coal, orj hrow out coal and burn gas. Be-! Lieut Herman G. Morrow, Gait, who per denied knowledge as to contri- butions made by Brown, defaulting chiif clerk, to Liberal campaign funds. Rev F R. Thompson, a Presbyter- ian missionary in the Peace River country, who went overseas as a chap- lain has won the Military Cross. He son of the late Rev. Dr. Thomp- of Sarnia, and a grandson ot tho i Even Sweet esort, voted against prohibition. Can t the bospitai m 0, Canada. tion. is now out of the hospital London, England. The schedule of salaries of feet d- The Duke of Sutherland is adver- ____ __- using the northern part of his Scot- ween breaks and strikes the fuel slt-j tiah 'estates for sale, due to the heavy; war tax. nation doesn't look at all cheerful. (Special to the Heraldl Fernie, Nov. F. Green, B. C. member ot the new registration com- mission, is expected here tonight to go into the matter of registration ot availables for military duty, hut the _______ availables for military duty, out me v- F S McBride, head of the llliuois will be ex- The man who tolls, to back np his' AnH.galoon League, says that recruiUng owing to the country in ths time of war should lose tue prohibition party about doubled ot men in the mining and his citizenship. The "stay at homes" jts vote of four years ago. logging camps. ____________ can do their part by contributing to the Patriotic Fund. That fund .tactai eTd owima up the soldiers who are fighting lor OQ the voting the very existence of their country and its principles. cupation as "golf fiend." "Back to the the Dry, Hoarse or Painful 1 I Coughs Quickly Ended Geo. Skeldlng is a. Macleod old timer C1DLUU1B luau......... and so is Robt. Patterson. The nest Brings that knot and anarl are J provincial contest in Macleod will be JUe cause, he says, a battle royal between old timers, if Hora -Made oa Work TkoroucUT- j Capt. Hugh McCarthy Tn iLiuav tneir sn-amuus -J nomination. There is a report of grain. There are big farmers In Rrler. this country Trith crops running from ten thousand to over a hundred thou- sand bushels. With the high price that is being paid for wheat these men should contribute at least five cants V_bnshel. If it wasn't for the war the price wouldn't be as high, and it It wasn't for Britain's control of the seas tney would not be able to sell their wheat at a decent price. There should not he a fanner in the country who la not willing to share his abnor IttlS Ol uuuui BrOCKVll.e, dleQ 11OU! sorCHeSS (JOBS, experiencing greater prosperity than developed from a kick in his ear by becomes easier, ticijline 11 L. i hnroo and VO11 PCt EOOQ nlgRI- ever was known during the real estate a norse. boom Sleeping accommodation is at i UUUUl. VJICS.IUHE, fieO ParKGr, il nillUilluv, UUJ, a premium in Lethbridge hotels, while setting to the barns of mal prosperity with funds. the Patriotic SHOULD BE A RESERVE LINE Gas or coal! Many users of gas are now debating whether It is not wiser to use coal, even though it has its dis- advantages. We can always get coat; the supply is never eihausted. By Its use citizens would not .have heen placed in the position that they were on Sunday and coldest days of this year. Of course the Gas Company will argue that It was the flrst serious break in the pipe line, and that it was the first time the citizens had been inconvenienced in the use of their fuel supply. That is true, but there is no guarantee that the same trouble will not happen again. The company Is rich enough and has a valuable enough franchise to provide complete protection for its customers. It should have a reserve pipe line to use in case of trouble. It's a pity that sonic power, provincial or federal, hasn't control orer this company, using one ft the resources ot the people, McLean, residing five miles east of Talk of boom is BrockTlile, died from lockjaw, which qmcKiy neaiins the inflamed or BWollen membranes of the elicit or bron chial tubes and breaking up lisa Charles, aged nine, son of Charles .lasted boused mmm TlnHpr ita heahnjr, soothing influence soreness Roes, phlegm loosens throat gt a premium m ntsuiuimisa wjth setting [ire to me uaiub ui -j.j.B the C. P. R. never did a bigger pass- Marsh, at Wilkesport, "to see broncliial enger business in the south than It Is E0me pleaaed guilty, and will be coupha. _ __ iO mElKe tlllB eroun, doing now. Lethbridge Is one place deported. that has "come even if James J. Jeffries did trj- to prove it impos-j sible to do so. tM. commanding The Lather's thelhing THE delightful lather from Ivory Soap is due to several things. First, is the high quality of the soap. Second, is its free- dom from uhsaponified oil. Third, is the nature of the lather's for- endless series of minute bubbles, light, lively, copious. You'll like the Ivory lather. IVORY SOAP Proela t Gambit Factories in Hamilton, Canada THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Sm EDMUND C.V.O LL P., D-CU Itiilery, at Kingston, Is to leave for I overceas for observation and instruc- tion at the front. Horace Cor'cy, proprietor of a asthmt or winte BmakB this splendid couell syrup pour ounces of 1'inel syrup ana 1011 then liave 10 family a nijieU ami 5cW idrcn love "its'pleasant taste. is a and highly cnncen- coouioiind of cemnne Norway MADETN CANADA tOMI OF MMi Far mtklni For rn elunlni ratrliemwrs. ramanl drain COMPANY LIMITtD NT Erockvme hoarding house, and an era- pine extract, combined with niaiacol nloyee William King, were each fined and is known Ilia world over .tor us J200 and costs for having liquor on the and corUraty la 1 premises. To -aT0j4 41, Londoners are signing a petiti have the sentence of death whici. imposed on Mike Tancrede for the killing of Raffaelo Barbado commuted to life imprisonment. Baron Lucas of Crudwell, a member of the Royal Flying Corps! and form- erly Parliamentary Undersecretary of State for War, has either Deer, cap- tured by the Germans or killed OB the French battle field. Major Charles Aekerman, who has been on the headquarters staff at the Militia Department, has been, given command of the 247th Peterboro Bat- talion. His brother, Lieut. Aekerman, died from wounds, and was hurled recently at Peterboro. Berry and Murdoek, who represented the C P. R- employees in the negotia- tions at Winnipeg, called on Premier Borden to express ataicronlepkdvjU-s Borden to express appreciation of the Government's efforts to prevent strike. CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Banh of Commerce to be opiated by mail, and will receive the same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank s >ni5lness. Money may to deposited or withdrawn m this wayai -.atisfactorily as by a personal visit to the lianfc Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, Mgr Wheat Lands For Sale The finest wheat lands ranch lands In Southern Alberta. Elgh r.ille" from elevators. In to'.vns'nip 11, rangos 18 and 19, west of 4th Meridian. Buy dlroot from the estate. No middlemen need apply- For prlcos and terms apply. J. D. Fuller TABER Or at the Cameron Raneh. A prorainont bethbrtdge far mer walked into our office the other day. "I uBed to soil barley to Jamw RichunlBtm in Kingston fifty years he said, "and I want to do business -with tbo ftnn again." The prices are so High and tha spreads bctwaen grades so wide this year that the need oC expert work nil along the Al- herta, in Winnipeg and in Fort even greater than usual. The kind of service that lives iu a man's memory for fifty years Is yours when you make your bills of lading read '.Notify James Richardson Sons, Lim- ited." For car seals, markers and daily price coat or 201 Sher- lock Bldg., Lettibridge or phone 777. Manager's residence, phone 365. GRAIN! UnequrJled facilities lor mcnr- Ing reliable: Information regard- ing Grain, frequent quotatlonl. All markets. Yru are Invited to make free uoe of this service. Ask for on your carlots a! grain. Private to New Vork, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Botterell, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. KEESOR, Mgr. Phonu 'i599. Res. Phont 1862. STRONG DOMR GRAIN and Commiiiion Merchantt Our ll your lerrlee SAd with our exper- ience we oan to got jou best prices for jour grain time and trade or kind of anln. Phone M 1921 Calgary r" Offlat 1M! OucU- R.L 1811 Lothbrldge) dts Our Agents who .art In ymr dlxtrlot. J. A. CUMMINQ Manager SAIBERG GRAIN CO, LETHBRIDOE, ALTA. "ALWAYS WORKINO" You may make money by let- ing us bid on your next car of vheat, barley or.Bax. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Our Winnipeg and Lethhridre offices represent SERVICE. "TRY U8" J. H. TALLINQ Local Manager Office Phone 1580 Residond. 57i CANADIAN PACIFIC W PACIFIC Direct Service Canada to via DONALDSON LINE SAILING FROM MONTREAL ATHENIA............... NOV. 21 Sailing from St. John EATURNIA 5 Tickets from any railroad or steam- ship agent, or DONALDSON LINE H E. LIDMAN, General Agtnt, Winnipeg. 4-M Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 631 Granvllle EXCURSIONS TO THE OLD COUNTRY LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO ATLANTIC SEAPORTS IN CONNECTION WITH OCEAN TICKETS, VIA ALL STEAMSHIP LINES. Tickets on Sale, Nov. 13th; Dec. 31st, 1916. Final Return Limit Five Months From Date of Issue. For Pull Information Apply to 8. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, R. DAWSON, imtrict Passenger Agent, Calgary. OFFICE PHONE 1S1S. MANAQBR'S PHONE SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phbns at our expense if you have grain to handle. We can assure you the beet pries the market will eland and give you courteous tervloe prompt returns. N, T. MA> .iGER LETHBRIDGE'OFPICE SHERLOCK BUILOINO ;