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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta T H E L E T H B R1P G E P AIL Y H IB R A Ij P MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, URicrta ilLY AND WEEKLY. Subscription delivered, per year., by mail, per year... bj mail, per year. TELEPHONES: Business Office......... Ediloria! Office W. A. Buchanan Jonn Ton-ante Managing Director uillan' ministers appointed by Mr. Uonlcn were chosen among thoso who denounced.the Naval-tow (which, .by the way, is, still to bo fouiul on Uio :iiid who condemned in the I severest terms tile 'no less nefarious policy' of the Conservatives ns rcprc- 4.00 scntcd by the proposal, of a coiitritmlion to the Imperial fleet. 5 "AK-of them. Messrs. Moult. Tolle- I tier. Coderre. Blondiu and Pst- i ciiautle. broke away from either party i iu order to oppose participation in I Great Britain's wars." 1221 11 Business Manager i Your King and Country Need You Right Now PICKED UP IN FOR THE; BUSY MAN r .Cccil H Ko'sinson ol believed to be" the oldest Town Clerk than has I in Canada, died at the age of 77. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE V.'AR -More distrust oi Grct everTbeen felt before is now being ex-1 Dressed. There is bs'iieved 10 be a 1 :uid forili. ami formerly manager 01 Hour 'mills tlicre. diet) suddenly al Saska-l D. J. c.v-Mayor ;ot bea- cret agreement between Greece Bulgaria for the dividing up of At toniii, Serbia am'. Macedonia. 'A Get- 1 apoplexy. _ man. mission has arrived iu Greece ti j, lias been appointed lor some mysterious purpose.' llopej Yrade Commissioner to be stationed is, however, still held out that at j at Omsk, and C. F. Just at Pctro- least Greece will not abatuicn her pn-- i grad. sent "attitude of neutrality. i Still tanher saius for Allies 'in i Clark Hamilton, Collector 01 the JBa'ikans are recorded. The at Kingston from French are now clcse- to the town oil f .Velei; and are establishing conimuni- uutain sec- Controilcr B. Napoleon Herbert. Montreal, whose term of office was to j have expired next April, has resigned from the city hoard of commissioners. the Germans are In ex- formerly oi treme. difficulties in the Ticmitv of in Vancouver! Riga; yesterdayranti is held for the Calgary j Thtj resignation o! Wiuston Chures- i poiiec. He is charged with the Cabinet, whero he ,vas ia-j K ivho counsel lias been acting with Sir Charles Davidson in the enquiry into j war purchase graft, is going upon ac- Ktlv'e. i. active in Uie-war policy, not un- expected. -He has joined hi? old inent to fight in France. :tH' YOUNG RrtSCflLS SHOULD 'Be. DRAWN -Sir there's any tactless speakin' to be done around here I'm quite capable of doin' it NEVER' FORGET THE OLD HOME. Moses F. Ritteuliouse left Canada ns a boy, and located ia Chicago, where he made a fortune. American citizenship oi niauv did not separate him irom home ciec He never forgot t'de little.hamlet of Vine- land in the where he was born V great deal oi hi5 wealth is ..devoted-to .improving the conditions -bf-liie for the peoiAe re- siding Birthplace; H s occasional vi its to Ymeland are made general m the .vicinitv. 'His. benefactions to -ying- land include a roadway lead- ing- to the Ontario jfoternmeut. et station built ic Tona Hall a palatial building and- supplied educational each Tivmter purchased and endowed' the parL th a bana tand borx. half toe cost of the Rittenhouse school, cne of tlie finest in tlie country, added id and stacked it with 2000 vol- uaes purchased and to peopte a nev vaJ end ornamental entrance, aiiy revenue from which is to 'be spent on beauti- nring tlie place On y last "Mr Hittenhouse began .the establishment ufTa long, floral boulevard, one side of which has already been completed. deeds like these on .the part of men with, wealth which assure them an honored placb -in memory, and provide a, monument more ntUu" than granite or marble. D. MacA'dam, manager -L-n-lioon by -Moyer. ion Bank at Brooks, fell through the of; 'LIKE LAVERGNE AND BOURASSA 'It I iiad wanted to he a cabiuet minister I could have been so four vears before declared Ar- mand I aversn61 IE, a recent spDeca while eniovins the first skate the season, arid rescued at great, JTHE peril by B. R. C. Carter, of the Vuvua it bank st-ifi GOVERNMENT AND FREE The death occurred m Winnipeg cf Mrs. .Gait, wife orGeo..F. Gait, di- rector oi the Blue..Hibbon Co., Ltd., at her residence, 460 Wellington Cres- cent iner s somewhat Ungthv ill "Mrs C alt was daughter oi the late 'Sir William Kingston; -Fleming, the. -iflth-resiraent.ot Halifax, amsted h> order 01 the miliui av Fro the The response to tlio Empire's appeal for a record production of .wheat has been met by tlio Canadian wheat growers m characteristic lashion ami low there is in Canada.'" ot v heat as the did not dream of the problem is hoa to dis pose or the croo Some of the, farm thorities of Ottawa He is oi iers Uudouhtedl> expected either the m or Canadian government' to assist in financing the but this ing-Stolen i certa. soldiers' equipments belonging tc the it at "V alcartier Thcs. accused of mur- dering his brother m Harrv 2nd.'instant at their in Last Luther was commuted Police Mag stratc Tate at Grand icr trial at the Spring es for .Dufferm county, At the annual meeting cf the Ham ilion branch" of fhe Canadian Fatri- OTIL iund presided over by Cyrus Biree. brcsident-. it was conceived must raise nine millions j of dollars nest year, and that Ham- ilton's share will be tour hundred jhousand dollars. Canada's production of-shells lias! attracted attention in Japan, where the steel .industries have lately, been en aged on the production or shells and other munitions for the Russian With, a view to studying the j development ot the shell making in J du try n Canada MIT H Ivnedo uirector of the arms oi the j Imperial Tptid military arsenal' at j uta Japan is m Canada t As a result .of Complaints regarding alleged ot r't-tumeil and dis- abled soldiers, Col. Marlow, Toronto, divisional medical officer, with his j board left for Quebec at the request j of the militia department to assist j his not happened and the ocean freight rates are on: a war. Topting, and the number of i for the movement of the-crop .is-very limited, and the inime'diate! possibility I is a glutted market and greatly lower ed Lnder tne circumstances, tne Manitoba Gram Growers associa jtion and the ilamtoba gqvernment anneaied to the Canadian govern ment for relief by removing the tariff upon wheat and its products, so'that the Canadian .wheat may have access to the United States market, Mr. Nor- ri-s, the premier of Manitoba, declared that the price of-wheat in Minneapolis, iuce September 1 has, ranged from 6 to 12 cents -a bushel higher than in Winnipeg. there -will be a large tjuantitor- of sprouted or grain in the west, which cannot, be profitably shipped save neigh boring states.-. 'Hhe appeal of the grain-growers is a strong one, and its reasonableness .seems to be apparent to the difficulty in'the case with the Canadian miller. If Canadian wheat is allowed to enter the United-States of duty, then United States flour -must be allowed to enter Canada free. It is-hard to sec why a Canadian miller cannot compete .with a United States mlllar if it be true, as he is get- ting his wheat from 6 to 12 cents a bushel cheaper; -butUt' is not 'likely the Canadian miller will be willing" to take the risk, and if: he demurs he 11 doubtlessly be backed by the 'Manufacturers' association, which, is no mean power iri the political woi'.d. Some of. the newspapers arc telling the grain grower that the opening of the United States market wo.uld not benefit him at all, but the grain grow- er thinks he knows better. The gov- ernment will not be anxious to alien- ate the western farmers, especially when it is so close to a genera'i elec- tion; and yet it- probably fears the moro does the farmer, and free wheat is likely to FARMERS AND LABOR GETTING TOGETHER San.Francisco. Cal.; Nov. H. Patteu, fraternal delegate from the conference, told the labor conygntlou here, yesterday, that labor's efforts in getting- legislation aiding-farmers has dissipated -in-.the minds of the farmers a wrongg im- pression of gained from the propaganda of selfish inter- Somewhere iri France f i i TI >r i In i. i i" out ihe tangle More i foe the late Hon Air Moid. Quebecjtlrm ,cfen disabiedbmen are j head., of; the .Eofden government, of-i expected at Quebec in a few days, and I fered 3Cr. Bourassa and myself port- j the authorities are anxious that they "We reused for to ,hc "andled as evpcditiously and be free men. 'They wanted to know then in what yay they could recompense me, .whether with money or with a posi- "tion, but I told them my reward wa; them keep' their word of ibonor. They hare not done so. .Lavergno and Eourassa held exact- same'views as they hold now that Canada lould not participate in Britain s war when thej ueTe offer seats jn the Borden government "Referring recently to the appoint- ment of Mr Patenaude a Mlnicter of Inland Revenue, Henri Bourassa. in Lc Devoir aajs The Mr Pat enaude organized the el ection in Drummond Ai his co league Mr Blondm feopying- Sir Adolphe Chapleau 'shootfny holes in the flie tho com ing war tax Collector, of tobacco dt tended to tlie picking up of "Sation effectively as possible: A ..coroners' inquest was held at IvTatlawa on, the boriy oi William Douglass Reid, formerly a member of the fire brigade, hut who the "Canadian Overseas Railway Construction Cuiio on his way to Montreal he jumped head first through an open yindow of I the C.P.R.- passenger then ran back a quarter of a- mile and Jell in I to i (kcp hole Inside the trick and i was drowned. The jury's verdict found that he .was temporarily out of his mind. WHO ARE. THE TURKS? The statement o? a Turkish Paaha j that a'fl aliens are to be Cleared out of, IIIB country, and that after the war I 1 urke> vili be for the Turks only, prorants tlie Who are the i Turks? OF the dozen or so different races, speaking different languages, the real Turks fif the Osmunlis may be so form quite a small part of the population of kuropean Turkey, ilist jumping through these ilf iho Par'1ia imf! his way> H Would fgive rise to an soclai pro jblein, fi.iace in the eyes of (he Sultan cpnUnues Mr.jail Osmaniia are apial. Thus there jire no barriers to prevent an Ottoman Turk of 'liumblo blnh reach- iiijr the Uivjm, and even marrying into fie.Toyal family Itself, Peasant'arid Paebiv. the game dignified bear- ing, and all alike are contcmpfious of, the subject races they -V, sen': "PI ireju j Allah to do tlio Cftwaln, Jit tlie Freftca Can dirty worK -LonJon Chronicle There han get along uiceh loi the hoaris o' tlie peopli Veie touched and the> had piomised to Eufntl, 30 tluit tad the children ot the went ouM i r i .be toi Vf r Hje because he fit, and because lie Iclfc if to be his duty: and lie left to those not go a sacied elmige And J.iie continued and the months parsed A eai bv; others Aveie tailed, tiieii dotu ones varied Hwiop THE DEMANDS OF THE TATRIOT1C GREW The men aic still in Fiajiti hghL- ing battle and mni( What o1 the cLuugc ]efi ns? A ic wo ftoing to help? What me doing ibout it? YOU subsciibod as lipelv as you him aboul it Ijt may be UK teiv la-si oppoilumtv A on to Ho so Don't THE MUSTER ROLL [Reprinted from: the 'Magiittlne Miss Sandos' well-known institutions' Fur thq benefit .of tho, soldiers Iu Homo :'Gaumii.1 i bfttUe had fought, Anil on the of defeat, Or victory- the Kluiu and-wounded lay. Grim Doiith wan still, unsatisfied, Gathering" the of that sail spoil. night on. Two uieli-of'God were seen moving Those of death Hiid dying As, norvftd .strength, and tender For souU, mJugiit to comfort B} whispering iu earb Ilia pro icitses, From lifti nor. death can And to God, Whose prec- ious blood Can cleanse from sin, to point the gaze Of those whose day of life was almost Tiioir sins yet imforylveu. And noflfxthey stand Beside u iiiarily form, o.utstretched, a-ione. His iielmet from his. head.had fallen. His hand Still firmly grasfaed his keen but brok- en M ord His face was white and cold; and, thinking he >vtts gone. They -wore pussihg on, for .time wus precious, a fainl fiiah caught their atten- tive ears. Life was still there; so heading.soft- lj v> Msperetl in lin cars most Yet with'lthat hush and gentleness, iUth wluoh We ever ".speak to a departing soul. Brothel .'the blood-of Jesus Christ, God's Son, The pale lips moved. And gently whispered, "Hush-" aud .then they closed, Aud HiVagiiin seemed .-gone. ;But ret once more They whispered those thrice-lileEsed words, in hone To point the parting eoul to Christ mil. heaven. Brother, precious blood Christ Can cleanse from every" siii. mm Prominent Merchant Restored to Health by "Frolt-a-tives" Baisrar., N.K., July 25th, 19H. "I had a, stroke of Paralysis in March, And this left me unable to walk-orhelp myself- and. tlie -Constipation was terrible. Finally, I fook 'Fruit-a-tives1 fortho CoKtityalioti'.'Ihis i'riut gradually touc'd up nervw and afitialty relieved ihf fiarttysis. Bj use of J, th cs'-I grew girongei until all the left me. am non' well and attend my stoip pvery day 'f FruitJULCO is nature's own remedy and 't nut a tn es1 ii made JOc. u box, G for oO, fe.ll sue 25c At dealers or Ewt oh-reccipt'of by Fruit-a-ttves Limited, Again the pa'ie lips moved AH olse was still and motionless, for Death Already had his fatal work half done Hut gathering up his quickly-falling strength The dying "Hush! for the Saviour calls the mus- ter-roll: I wait to hear my nameP' They spoke no more. What need to speak again? For Jion ful hvell They knew on Whom his dying hope? were fixed, Antlj what-his prospects "were; fu .hushed and still They, kneeling, watched. And presently'a' smile', As of most thril'ilng and intense light, Played for a moment on the soldier's face And with his one last brerAh he wih: pered, 0 grand Aud blessed death! Quite ready, foi tho call. He heard his Caotain's voice. Life's battle Life's victory soldier Lmi; received His welcome, aud his crown! Toronto is averaging 100 recruits per daj Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS "WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE _ Lc.thbridfle Floor, Hull Bloclt, GRAIN! Have j'ou a cai on track.' Uei oui bids V tiial Avill coimnu CONSIGNMENTS WIRE OR. WRITE-US Smith, Murphy Co. Grain Merchants Phone 1313 We will give your business quick Sad intelligent attention 7th Street South, In Sherlock Building (Ground Floor.) W K PORTER, Manager Uthbrldgc Branch Gram Exchange of Nova Scotia. Farm For Sale CLASS COO peVes adjoining the Town of B C loO acre in der cifltiintion, 5Q acres additional cleared and iead> for the plov Can A e irrigated from Mark Creek This_Iand borders on the Mar> s River a distance of one mile, one iialf mile frou rjiho-U Nation school post lotel store, etc Located iii an active mining dud lumbering district affords A Teady iliaiket for the products of the farm Excellent Climate, lot? of open range adjoining for live stook Tim improvements. 9i> this farm have coct Will sell for per acre, IP 00 per aero cash, balance 6 annual pajmcnts with interest at 1% The Lund Land Development Co., Limited, WARDNER, B.C. CANADIAN CANADIAN CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS VERY LOW ROUND VAKffi FROM Tb' CALOARV, EDMONTON Britain KOOTINAY LDO AND EAST OFIlBin IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TRANSATLANTIC SS Tirkels oi) siilo from November IJtli lo tcipbor 1915. and good Lor iivo THUOUttlL STANDARD AND TOURIST full informition at all PaclHr Railway Offices 3 MIT6MCLL, AieiA, Oirtrlet Ptiunger Afint, ;