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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGK FOUR letbbrilvjs Derate Hlberta WEEKLY THE LKTHDRTDGE DAILY HERALD f Subscription Rates: nor weeK Daily] delivered, por year Dally, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year 1252 1 Weekly, by mail, per year TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office VI. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager TMtTT ot exnirv or subscriptions ap- pear V'v on address label. Accept- mre of papers afler expiration date j.-. our authority to continue the subscnp- tier.. fourth reason HOB in the practical difficulties of setting "P lnnrr tern or an Allied 7.ollvoreln. lie French cotton spinner wants protec- tion acalnst Lancashire, not .lEaius fiormnnv so. loo. with the iron kii'-'lx whDat to rn'nd and Germany. If Britain fives Cannd-, Russia's chief competitor a, preference over Russia, such prefer-' ence would certainly not cement the PA SSIfl G contrary sho woufil JanaTlzo Russia's trade more and more lUssia sees this clear y enoil-ll Tbe allies must facillta e trulo witli theirs, or Russia wilMiavc to conclude with Germany, after the war. a treaty of commerce includin? the most favored nation C Vtogether tariff reform talk ill Ens- land is evidently intended for war '2M time consumption and not necessarily for post-war LAW'S OPERATION SATISFIES PEOPLE Since prohibition lias come into effect and is working so well Premier Hearst, ot Ontario, is gaining courage and is prouder of his legislation than he was a few months ago. when many The Royal Hotel nt Peace River was destroyed by lire. Or. Alex. Beilh is (lead at Bowman- ville. Out. John Wasdell, prominent-citizen ol Brncobridse. Ont.. is dead Kev Peter Taylor bas resigned as pastor of -the First Presbytarinn church, Walkerville, Oat. Rev. Brallsford, incumbent of Kinistino. Sask., parish, has enlisted as u private in the Battalion. The Rev. Clarence Jlortimer has been appointed assistant curate of St. Peter's church, Sherbrooke, Qlie. Rev. G. a well known superannuated Methodist minister of the .Hamilton conference-, is dead. San Francisco is to have Japanese abor unions. Now York ha: ses to its zoo. Your King and Country need you right now' THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The gains which have been made Conservatives threatened to bolt. lie now says very boldly that his govern-............ ment has no thought of receding from; stock, is dead, the stand it took when It passed thej R "Our whole; George DouKlas, for many years see of the Mew Dufferin Hotel, A. O'Brien, of Ontario Temperance Act. "Our whole; Toronto> llalT0 of.ell elected directors thought be says, "is lo strengthen j of Home Bank of Canada. and enforce experience; barrlster, who die.l at Vancouver, was formerly M. P. for Glengarry; Danville, i added Icelandic bor __.......... usini: crcosoted pine block paving. Jos. McAlpin. an old timer of the Gladstone. Man., district, is dead. John Holmes, former chief of police nt Out., dropped dead, Lieut. Norton' Ferris of Edmonton lias been awarded tho military cross Frank Oalbeck, one of the Brentford municipal railway commissioners, win be a candidate tor. mayor.......... C II Hoyai bus been appointed police magistrate for St.' Boniface Man. Emmorson Hailloy, assistant eenor- il counsel of the Northern Pacific tallway, and a pioneer ntlonlcy of St. 'mil was found dniul In his bed. U. John Hay, former city solicitor of Vancouver, and 11 prominent Liber. Hi, .lias been killed In action. He was a native of Chiitliuin, Out., and former, y practiced at Dawson City. William Wright, a laborer of Belle- ville, who a week was fined and costs for drunkenness, was also convicted of supplying liquor to a Boarder and fined and costs. Lieut.-Col. .McXenzic lias been rein- stated as Commanding Officer of tho lllst iHiitlnlion, and will take over command December- 1. He was sus- pended several weeks ago for reasons which were not made public. Jeunie Dugravot. a girl clerk eni- ploved by R. McKay Co., Hamilton, pleaded-guilty bofore Magistrate Jolts iu stealing some petticoats and other Principal __ ____.. -rtf King George, on the nomination ol Premier Asquith, has 'list appointed Lord William Gascoyne Cecil (tho par in son sou of the late Marquis of Sails bury and brother of Lord Robert Cecil The two-year-old sou of Mr. Made in Canada Printed in Lethbridge barid.-the yellow Journal man, voted! for Hughes.' Whether the differences j of opinion developed iuto warm argu-jby. of Brantford, In ordering the Hearst WOOCROW WILSON'S GREAT ACHIEVEMENT Since Andrew Jackson was elected do. president ot tbe United States in 1S32, Woctirow Wilson is the first Demo- cratic president to be elected to sue: ceed himself. Since the Whig party was formed only one Democratic sident, Franklin Pierce, has had a Democratic successor. In the sixty years that have elapsed since the He-, publican party first toted for a pre'si- A -wind storm at Ingersoll, Ont., de stroyed trees and windows and dam- about our winds, when all they do raise tie dust. to the Rev. 5f. J. Ridge town. Ont., Presbyterian .church. At tile aunual meeting of the Mani- vote ns their toba Bar Association, Isaac Campbell, Women don't always--------- Win Randolph i K.C., was elected president to for Wilson, and her hus-jcecd Sir Jas. Aitkin. Dominion Railway Board has sustained the action of Mayor Bowl- hajr.pn.mng threats to break tbe dishes, is not reported. Th'e Toronto News says: "Never was the country so free from the evils dential candidate the Democrats patj.OIjage M sjnce the war began." been in power but sixteen years, Jlunchausen seems to be the News' favorite character in history. It certainly has the Baron's outstand ng weakness. If th8 government loses tbe services of Drt Magill on the Board of Grain Commissioners, as is likely, it will have great difficulty in finding as good a man to succeed him. Dr. Magill is one of the ablest men in the govern- ment service. He is no party tool, but real'servant of the public interest. ringing Cleveland for two terms, and Wilson. While'Cleveland was president for two terms, he was defeated on the occasion he attempted to succeed bim- 'selt at tbe end of bis first term. It in a later contest that he was again placed in the Wbite House. In tie recent election it is claimed that Wilson received the largest vote ever cast lor a candidate for the presi- dency. He received nearly a million more' votes than were cast for botbj Taft and. Roosevelt in 1912. His gain over 1912 is three times as much as was ever gained by a president run- ning for re-election. The New York Tribune, a Republi- can paper, declares that the vote is tbe most remarkable personal endorse; ment that has come to a Democratic president since the day of Andrew Jackson. of whistle-blowing and iu the city limits. "No .matter where I have gone in Canada, .however far from the sea, I TRADE AFTER THE WAR While Sir George Foster Is going about the country advocating' a trade war, after the waK the Financial Post a very sound financial weekly, ex- presses the opinion of the hulk of the people who have given the matter con- sideration when it says: English advocates of tariff reform have seemingly hitched their chariot to the popular passion of antagonism 'to Germany. England, however, will seitle this question not in a frenzy of passion, but in the light of the per- manent facts and necessities of her existence. What are these? The first is a desire for peace, eco- nomic as well as military. Germany must bo permitted to trade if she is to pay for the material 'damage she has done. We cannot at once make hef a pauper and insist on her paying her debts: The second is the fact that Ger- many will have been beaten by Eng- land's free trade finance. In the war of resources, victory will be with the one free trade country In -Europe.- He- venue from protection failed Germany when the need was most urgent, and Germany has bad to cancel her tariff jit the dictates of necessity for food. The third fact Is that Germany's trade penetration must be met chiefly by her own methoda better trade me- I hods, better education and greater efficiency. German penetration, vu Sound .that -Canadians are' deter- mined to have a Canadian Capt. the -H'on. Rupert Guinness. R.N. at 'Victoria, _B. C. thing we know tbe Canadian government .will be deporting Capt Guiness 'as an undesirable visitor uttering sentiments that don't con form with the Conservative policy. In an address to the Ottawa Cana- dian Club. Senator Belcourt declared that the British navy could lose half its ships and still be as strong as at the beginning of tbe war. Xo more Sunday newspapers will be sold in Windsor or oilier Canadian border municipalities if the orders of tbe Attorney-General's Department at Toronto are obeyed. A G. Sneoce, agent of the Peterboro Children's Aid Wm. Hen- ry, superintendent, wore held up by a aded rifle in the hands of Geo. Em- y, Belmont, when they attempted to ke custody of his children. For carrying bread against bis cloth- ig, Ales. "Ferguson, employed as de- very man by a-local baker, was fined iaO" :and coats; or five days, in the olice- court at .New -Westminster. Mrs John Sommerset. of Bhcrts, was drowned in a watering tank m the barn yard. Twenty-two tons ot explosives were found in a German dugout captured by Canadian forces, the war office bas announced. George foyne. former liQUor store proprietor ot Wellsml. was fined and costs for taking orders for a Montreal liquor dealer. Capt. the Rev. W. H. H. Bromwicb, formerly of Sbarbot been appointed chaplain to the merged j 05th and 146th battalions. John, the four-year-old son of Sergt. V F Gcmw of Till.sonburs, .suffered "a'fractured skull: when be fell down i tbe cellar stairs. Mr and Mrs. ft Crow of bain celebrated thMr 62nd wedding an-1 uiversary by giving 5100 to the Bri-1 tish Red Cross. Of the 335 men who have signed up with the Cobourg heavy battery, 200 were residents of Cnbsurg, cent, are Canadian born. His offer of marriage rejected by Miss Alice Vaughan, John H Simons, ot Toronto, took revenge by ctlttins GREETING YOU CAN HAVE YOUR OWN GREETINGS PRINTED ON YOUR CARDS IF YOU GET THEM AT THE HERALD JOB DEPT. 'The Norwood Conservative associa tipll at "w.Innlpeg, has dropped th name pt Hon.. Robert.Rogers as hon orary president of the association. motion was made at the annual mee ing nominating him .for a second term but so .much objection was. made tha hia-name-was dropped from tbe lis Those who know Bob and his waj want to get rid of him, but Borde hangs .on to him as though he wer ths greatest asset Canada and goo govefnme'nt could possess. Norwoo Conservatives, however, voice prevai ing opinion, and if Rogers doesn't g before, he will go when the people ge s. chance to express opinion at th polls. _ It Is amusing to read the New Tor papers of'Wednesday morning last, th day following the presidential tion. ele Here is on'S statement: victory is greater thai we .had hope tor, and it shows that the America people can be trusted to settle th great issues of a was th statement made by William R. Wil cox, chairman of the Republican na nonal committee, when he was in formed that Mr. Hughes had prohah! been We wonder If Mr. Wil {rust In the American people a .ulready not la Enilud, News has reached New Denver, B that C. F. Nelson, Liberal candi ate was elected in Slocan by one ote over William Hunter, Conserve ive Reports up to this time have iven Mr. Hunter one majority ove- Ir. Nelson. off the young woman's hair, it is charged i pioneer potato buyer from tlie United States, Mr. J. L. Price, of Mis- souri lately purchased at New West- minster tons'of British Columbia JOtatoes. Capt. Geo. Sievwright died at Ed- monton. He was formerly an-account- ant in the Treasury department ot the Alberta government. The inter-city church council of Australia has sent a call to Billy Sun- day to Spend a year in that continent, conducting revival campaigns in all the leading cities. The evangelist will give the matter careful considera- tion. Lieut.-Coi. Mignault says the pro- posed French-Canadian brigade will be an accomplished fact before the new year, as he has received sufficient encouragement, to justify tbe state- ment that a strong percentage of the people of Quebec province are behind the movement. Western Canada agency, Ltd. LETHBRIDGE WHOLESALE HARDWARE ALBERTA Wheat Lands For Sale Tho ranch In teuthirn AlberU. Elah mllei from In township 11, rangM 18 tod 19, west of 4th Morldlon. Buy dlnct from tho No ral'Jdlemtn need apply. For prlaM and tefmft apply. J. D. Fuller TABER Or at the Cameron Riinoh. A prominent Lethbridgo far- mer walked Into our office the other day. "I used to sell barley to James Richardson In Kingston fifty years he said, "and I want to do business with the firm again." The prices are so high and the spreads between grades so wide this year that the need pf expert work all along the Al- bert a, In Winnipeg and in Fort even greater than usual. The kind of service that lives in 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 cost or 201 Sher- lock Bldg., Lethbridge or phone 777. Manager's residence, phone 365. TELEPHONE DIRECTORY 1180 GENERAL OFFICE Geo. B. Macltaj Wm. Slathews, Accountant. 712 SALES DEPARTMENT: B. B. Hoyt, Sales Manager and Buyer. R. Bartle, Order and Price Clerk. 1170 SHIPPING DEPARTMENTS PLEASE CUT OUT in a Con- venient place for reference GRAIN! UnequpJIed facllltlei for secur- ing reliable informaUon iegara> ing Grain. Freauent All markets. Ten are invited to maia use ot this service. Ask _for bids on your carlots of gram, private wires to New Yoifc, Chi- cago, Minneapolis Winnipeg Botterell, ilnlon'Bank Building, iVRCHIE. E. REESOR, Mgr. Phone 1599. Res. Phone 1861, STRONG DOWSER GRAIN anil Commission Merchant! Our entire II your service' and wjth our exper- ience weTcau; to. sot you. the 'prices for your grain trtf Uipe and any grade or: IflwrBl Pheno Cllgtry Ttr Offloe 1366' Quota- Re.. 1811 tlont. 3e> Our J. A. CUMMINS Lethbridgo Managur IVORY SOAP, because of its purity and mildness, does not affect the scalp's oily secretion, yet because of its wonderful cleansing power, it thoroughly absorbs the dirt and surplus oil. Rinsing, there- fore, removes easily and entirely all this matter with the lather, leaving the hair in condition to dry soft, silky and glossy. You will like an Ivory Soap .shampoo. BCENTS IVORY SOAP 99M1PURE Notice to City Subscribers lo gh e a fjit 017 delivery soivice to its st.l'scribers. So do the carriei boys, To insure no one .missing any issue some one will, be a-t-the off ice; till eight o'clock; each evening to receive-any complaint jtegaiding non- delivery of the pappr. Just phono 1252 and a papez yon. Carrier boys are-askccl to put the paper right-inside home. If you waiitfyoui paper left in borne other place the carrier boy wiH be pleased if you Svill let him know your wishes. SftlBERG GnRIN CO, LETHBRIppp, "ALWAYS You may make money -by let- tins us bid on yqur next car of wheat, barley or flax. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Our Winnipeg and Letllbridge offices represent SERVICE. "TRV ys" t J.H, TALLINO Loca) Manager Office Phono 1580 Raildeno 672 OFFICE MANAGER'S pHpNE ,1484. SMITtt, MURPHY CQ. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WIWNIPtO Write or phone at expenee if you have grain to handle. We can allure you the beet pries the marVet-WlH atafid and give you courteoue atrvlce prompt N. T. MACUtOD, pFFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING ;