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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Derato Hiberrt DAILY AMD WSBKLY. Subierlptlon dvltnrtd, per year.... flflly, by malt, by mill, 300 i.90 TELEPHONES: Office 'Editorial Ofice W. A. Cuchanan ainaiing Director v.ol 1224 Jehu Tarranea Business ttmxer King aiid Country Need You Right Now HOUND THE CIRCLE OF: THE WAR The lituatioa in the Balkans is Wicker than ever for the Allies, ae- to a correspondent of the Parts THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1915 LETHBRIfiGK DAILT HEKALP Only Fine, Flavoury Teas CLARKE ttttd to produce the famous Journal Reinforcements British anS1 French have not been sufficient to prevent the onward sweep ol Bui east and Germans irom the north. The Bulgars have within the past two days Jiade such advancement as to seriously menace tot only the Serb armies, but those .of'the British and French. The cor- also points out that the Central Powers are gradually gain control of the Mediterranean, and ihai the Allied forces in Serbia will lie cut off without hope of sain- ing further assistance of Greece is somewhat tore friendly, according to latest die pitches, and King Constantlne has DtMMd a desire to meet Lord Kit cheier. In the meantime there Is reason to believe that Greece 1roul4 permit passage of Bulgarian troops through her country, as she dM-wlth-Allied troops, should the Bul- sare fit to press their advantage against the AlUes to that extent definite rumors of Germany's dealn lor peace are coming out, but tneire H nothing official. On the Ruisian front the Teutons appear to have reinforced On the wMtern front heavy artillery en gafemeatt are taking place The tint meeting of the inglo- Trenrt war council was held to Paris yeeteriay. commerce and all they to do It to get their government to remove the duty, irreipecttvo of whether Canada her duty or not. i But we are also told in the memor- ial that the. argument that.Minneapo- lis prices.ire.hlgher'than Winnipeg U a-delmlo'nj, tlmt, as a matter of fact, Winnipeg prices on the average higher: Why. then all this fuss: very pertinently .iinulres the Saskatoon Phoenix. .Dpi the opponents of free wheat belirfe for one moment that hunting for a lower price tor his products; thit given free wheat he will ship to Minneapolis for a lower price than he could set In Winnipeg' And If the effect of free wheat-be. to equalize prices as between tha Canadian and United States mar- kets, Why should the Canadian farm- er ship to Minneapolis in preference to Winnipeg. Facilities for handling grain, the memorial states, are fullv equal to the demand, and off grades can be handl- ed as well as across the border, and there has been no congestion. This Is pleasing news, Inasmuch as it proves that given free continental competition, the Canadian grain and transportation interests are quite able to htfld their own-with-any. competi- tors. Why, then, are .they so desper- ately anitaus that free wheat shall not become an accomplished fact? Prices are bigherhvWinnipeg than they say, the Canadian' faclUte'for handling off grades wheat have not teen, tested to their capacity; of storage room, and no lack of means of transportation yet if market across the" border..ist made rfree it "would be Canadian and an ir-repa-ilne in- Jury to Canadian transportation Won- derful argument. We are iull> the equal for heav- en's sake, don't, take us-, at-1 our word and bring a test. Such Is the wall of the opponents oi free wheat and of justice to the farmers. There is .this question blends. Every Ifeaf is fresh, fragrant full of its natural deliciousness. Sold in sealed packets only. B107 PICKED UP IN lASSlNGCZU FOR "THE strsY MAN Hon Robt Rogers, maJc state- ment at ictona, II C that there would be no Dominion election until after the war, Gn.'William Henry die, of Madison. South Dakota, prom- inent in the affairs of Dakota) terri- tory and a leader in tht moieuicnt to conserve school lands in several _ {states, died San Francisco MedicmB Hat Prosb; terian clmrehts _ voted against church union. Sir Robert Horden. may .not make his trip to the west this year. Jas Anderson, near Pakan, Alta., was fatally shot. At Grand Forks C. .B. Peterson is Kaslo :tiio ituit ouluut is being augmented b> grafting a Baldwin apple tree on a mountain ash, 1 Ins it" bore a big crop oi apples The Phone 453 Acrim Block Sell for Carii _____________ making starch from potatoes Nanaimo miners have.left for land in quite large numbers. Recently 48 Italians left Trail to' join the army Italy. Since Hie war started..31C-1 have -nlisted at Windsor, Ont. The mines at C., are >roducing tons'of-coal a day. Dr. R. C.-Tefit, fprmer rtcve o! Markham, is dead. Dr. Leslie Tuttle, treasurer of the village of Tweed for-'many lis dead. Lance-Corporal Albert Jacka, a mere lad oi 21, was the first Aus- GralVa Forks people chargc_ Peter .Veregin ill-used some of that the iraiian to win the at Oallip.61i, WINtTON CHURCHILL AS SOLDIER: _ Winitbn Churchill in the battle line may win greater fame for hlmseit tian hli career In Apolitical life evet Brought him. B was hnndred and forty years ago that an ancestor of Winston Chvrehlll'i, John Churchill by name, Ue ton of Sir Winston Churchill of (HamvUle Wotton, jn Dorset, went over to the age of twenty- three, u a captain In the English K pedltionarr torce of 8000, sent to co- opente with the French under Mar- shal Tnrenne, whp was the Jofire o! that age. As Dote of Marlborough, this John Churchill became renowned which its opponent! alwavs ignore. A great deal has been said, about the high ocean rates, sufficient at tention has the- matter of cargoes Canada's'eiports to Great Britain are Very nearly rtwice as much IB her importa thence, under normal 'her imports from the United States, are more than twice the value of, esports ,to that country. Snipping companies cannot to empty anv more companies can afford to ihan Doukhobor v girls ;nt Carson for hid- ing their money from the society. Billi Knight died at tin. home of James Kercmecs, a few tax s ago from tuberculosis He had meil in Princeton, B C 17 and owned. considerable mining: property Monti Matterson and Humphrej Clarke, well known ranchers oi the Cypress Hills district, have gone to London to take an officers' course for acbivc service. Second Lieutenant Ru-hard Lea- croft, rector of St Gabriel's, Worth Balmoral, Vita and o! Ml Saints', Bridgeland, has been killed in.'action in Flanders. .Rev. J. P. Dingle, who was recent- ly ordained priest m the church, has been licensed to the The payrolls of tile coal mines at Memtt, B C., is over- a month. Since January lst> the number charge oi Crossfieid, with and. adjoining missions. Cochrane Stupendous Friday Sale of Coats and in 7C Smartest Stylet fte Searin for Pure wool clethi in tolors ani .mlxtd tweeds, bulled or semi-belted stylss, very neat flttinj convertible collari Shown in small, medium and ex- tra large women'! tllil. Friday Saturday Hat Sale CHOICE OF OUR EN 7C TIRE STOCK Worth up to best and most becoming stjlti that linve been shown tills season, all included in this two-day sAle. A 2-day Underskirt Sale Three Specially Purchased Lines- of. Fine Moreen Underskirt? Any garment worth double the sale price, shown in black and novel- ty colors. NIAGARA MAID HOSE Beautiful quality glove, silk, ex- tra long leg, colors sky, pink, lielto, Copenhagen, Russian, black aud white. GOSSARD CORSETS All the new models now in stock for slight, medium and stout figures. High Grade Furs All this seaich'i buying, con- icquently very low In price Best Cauadlan limit Sets. to Pointed Fox Bet In best ousl itj Squirrel Set In handsome Eleotric Seal fast with stripe of fe-t Black Sets in lovely qua! ill M600 LADIES' UNION SUITS V A 'balance of aii early pur- chase just to .ufiiiu, short sleeves and low neck, ankle length. Size 40 in; same, VIYELLA" UNION SUITS to Absolutely unshrinkable, small medium and large women's iizes; wool or silk and'wool. a i a great military leader. ITjBitoa Churchill is no novice on Before he turned his attention politics after toe Boer Churchill, from his twentieth year-onward, roamed the world, and took part la fighting whereier it was 1 in program. He was with the Spit- to Cuba to when barely twenty one, and received the Order of HiUUrr Kent He aened with the 31lt Infantrr in tne Maiak nd frontier war in India in 1897, and nai mentioned1 in dispatches He with IxKkhart as orderly, officer Tirah in 1S98 He went to Egypt when Kitchener began bis ad- up the Nfie, and was attacked to the Lancers when they cut their way through a. bod} of fanatical Mabduts at Khartoum He went to South Africa as correspondent Jtor the Morning Post, wits taken prisoner by the Boers, escaped, and fought through most ot engagements dur- ing the advance to Pretoria, w'anisg medal with six clasps. Bverybody thmight ot him an a coming man In the army, when he suddenly took to pollute, t he has abandoned politics, and It may be that he will come out of this war a great military leader There Is certainly the opportunity. man railway run empty ,and became of our tariff er, to isopqs with Ajnerican goods, .than to'f'hlp her own. The consequence is freight fac- ilities are not what thev should be, .ihile across theiorder, trade of the United States'furnishes generous ocean transportation, which rould be available for the shipping of Canadian wheat, In the last analy- sis, it it not free wheat alone that is wanted to glre a solid economic stlm- ulus to the West, but a general and all round freeing of trade The real objection to "free wheat is not that stated in the memorial but. If the ob- jectors were to be perfectly honest about it, that'll robs certain interests of the privileges they now possess to exploit the producers and consumers alike In the Canadian com- merce wonid not auffer through free ____or anything else, but free dom would pat an end to the arbit- rary privileges enjoyed by a few to esact toll from the many. Free wheat wonld'be good, not only for the far- mers but for tverybodr, and it would better stlll'lf the .whole protective ss stem were swept Into the lumber room of discarded Hsca' policies telephones in Vancouver has decieas- ed _ TIE. Vancouver street railway- Ser- vice is being curtailed in view of-re- duced receipts. East Kootenii nants a jail to .it- self, prisoners now have to be sent to Nelson. Ubert Toiler icr 30 years rciltv broker in lUona, died at tbe Roval Hospital. Despite the war, agriculture...is not being neglected in France The Pranl- Jord branch of the Masses Hams company shipped 60 carloads of ma- ol i chmerv to France last w cek The Rev Canon fl G James., rec- tor of St Stephens, has also re-n appointed rector 01 St Martin s, gary The Rei C W E Home, idc- tor'ot Christ church, Elbow Pail, will also act m this capacitv at St Mark's; South -Calgary A" war romance was revealed when Private Leland Anderson ;reached-his home at Halifav with his bride, who was a nurse lladlv wounded in the Creston Valler estimates its ship- ment of Iruit and vegetables this year to amount to Hev Richard Whiting, ol Winnipeg has declmw a call to McDougall Methodist church, Edmonton. Ud Kinnev and A Farmilo will tie labor candidates for Edmonton city council. Georse E Shotter, one bt the real pioneers oi Alaska, died in Douglas He went to Victoria, B. C over 50 years ago. Mr. Jebbs, the engineer who ran the first standard passenger train in- to Kaslo, about two years ago, is dead t One authority las it figuied out that Fernie has contributed 2o pef Miss Ma> Roberts, a charming Welsh "irl Tncs were married at Miss Roberts' horns in Wales on Octobci 19 President has instructed Postmaster .General Burlcson to rein state George Burkitt, removed as as- sistant postmaster at WmnctaEi, HI because he criticized the president for his engagement to be married Ihe president quahhed'lus instructions by telling that Postmaster George Bur kilt should be restored his posi- tion if there were against him. cent oi itb population service. Sitty-tour privates. of minster and Vancouver, lor overseas OUR MAYOR'S SCOTCH ACCENT (Calgary Herald) MaJoi-Oeneral Sam Hughes has gu en Lethbndge the whole of Southern Alberta as a recruiting ground for 1U new kiltie regiment, no other, regi- ments being allowed to recruit in that district -That's what comes of hav ing a ma: or with a broad Scotch Xew West- to the 47th Battalion to get W the front early. Halibut shipped to England from Prince Rupert is sold.for 15'cents a pound in less than in the Interior towns of B. C. TO WHIAT addressed to Premier Bttdea by the Fort WiBitro Board of the Grain Exchange, t'uows die lateTMte advinlue It Is to Ihilt market tor western wtrmed up to thwart once of toe ftnneri "fm wkttt, ft fa "would be a Mow to Canadian commerce" u4 trtniportatloa InUruts tke this coontry Ii' In U wrMM caMltton, and If, u M We to iHk to ttH'nOt'Jt jA'M. THE MAN BEHIND THE PRODUCT It took years of researches and careful experimentation before the combination of rich Oporto wine with Extractum Cinchonae Liquidum (B.P.) could be per- fected so as to be borne by the most delicate stomach. Owing to its perfection i la Qnim du Pfewv has won the confidence of the Medical Profession by nason of the high standard of excel- fence of tto tbnic-reconstituant. Bewart of tonic, wines with similar sounding names-look for the fac-simile of the proprietors' signature, on every label. III PM6ELS SEIT TO SOLDIERS SNOOLD COiTMi ZtM-BUK A man from the front made tills re- mark the other day, and extracts froin many letters we have received from the line and from Canadian camps benr this out Sapper G T. Wetater, 2nd Field Co, Canadian Engineers, writes: "We find Zam-Bnk great benegt here in camp for sores, cuts, braises, sprains, etc J not be without it" Cerp J C Fremlln, Field Ambu lance, writes I have found Zam-Buk a great remedy for foot-soreness and also fer rheumatism A boi I rece.vpd the other day was shared amongst us and used np in a few minutes" .LtnciHCon- Twlaney, 2nd Royal Irish Begt, who hts been awarded the Dis- tinguished Conduct Medal, out here is like a loaf bread to a starving man We had forced march of 37 Miles, and not a man who used KamBuk on his feet fell Sergt. F Bremner, 8th. Canadian' Mounted Rifles, writes from Barrie Zam-Buk has proved moct Valu able for cuti, sores, blisters, etc Jt has men a true friend, we never fill to Include It In our Kit." Private Johnson mites. "Mrs oBered to send me a rug Thai e writ ten to tell Ser to send out Zam-Biik Instead. It'iMll oe of far more nse." sore 'test, chifed places, scalp sofM, birbed wire scratches, 'cats, cold i sores, chapped etc, Buk Is a veritable marvel itop< the piin and heals so rapidly Mere U costs but EOc boi Out the front, (o friends In' tne trenchu ani engaged on coramunlo- tleit, K Ii pHeelem. Send a Jn Remember that for similar Injuries It Just as good. 10 IHE POLICEJEPI. Cranbiook, BC, Nov Ml F G Wynn, chief Inspector of Bntibh col umbia police, Vancouver, ainved In the city, .vesterdai, to conduct a pri vate investigtion into the police de partment ittore particu.arlj with re- ference ttt'the investiga- tion Those in attendance, besides the Chif Inspector are Chiei of Incial Police Kernie, Con stable of llojie Constable Collins ofCianbiook, and -S Me the sensational arrest ol A A John- son, manager of the Rex, some four- months ago on a charge preferred by a girl ol lourtccn 3 cars, the Rex theatre has hem more or less in the spotlight The manager was sum- moned m court lor allowing a child under fourteen iciri pi age in tic theatre after -the prohibited hour, next the theatre manageiiunt was Mimmoned for having an operator in its employ without having a provin- cial hcsnse, anil now the manage- ment, W B McFarlanc, is before the authorities on i charge of allowing an unlicensed operator to worK tne motion picture machine On the first two lounti the llet fined 00 and costs .Should-a conviction be obtained m'thc latUr case the man- agement is to a fine ol ?J 00 and cancellation ot licens- The in jestigation now being conducted has come about as a reiult ot this state of Mr McFarlane tlaims the police are no ionscr prosecuting li'ii He saj s prosecution is the 01 drr o (he tiDhcci On the other hand the po- lice saj the} are dctcLimnod to en- lorcc the law, caring not on whose toes the) tramp Dainc Rumoi had il in circulation today that E Hill, Justice 01 the Peacs, had tendered his resignation .is a result oi the investi- jalion and that Constable Arden had suspended confirmation ot tins -report can lie learned Tl e m irstigation is still in progress and is being conducted Ichmd dosed Sad 'Death brook District jijtrk.ultural Associa- tion will be held Friday evening, No- ember 2fith, m the city lull The heavj fall-ol tliou in the moun- tains has stirred business the lumbermen. Today the Cranbroolr sta- tion presentid a busy as iron with their blwketi, moved hither and thither preparatory to embarking for the lumber campl TKe Edit Kooten- iv Lumber company large niunber oi men Loco and J affray________ NO ZEPPELIN DURING STORM PERIOD London, weekend marks one definite point In the pro- ,is' nutting to: work at gress of the wholly encour- aging, to England. Autumn storms which now have begun involve the probable end ot Zeppelfci campaigns againit England 'until' Bps-ing. er conditions from now-on stch 'ventures highly dageroiis, al- though not altogether impossible.' II. was tile of the short'time remaining which: caused the Germans to make attempt .ifter attempt, which all proved futlte, during tHo past three.weeks. Whi'ie it is not'yet pos- to nublish details' of these at- tempts, tlieir, complete repulse reflects the highest credtt noon the recent de veiopmeut in our" anti-aircraft service. By the use of LEA PERMS' SAME the Original and Genuine Worcestershire is imparted to the most simple of dishes. SAUCE STEAK WITH CREAM GRAVY Put 1 lb.r.una through food chopper Add 'A cup chopped omon, 'ubiespoon LH t RMIIB SWKt pepper to taste. Mold into roll broil in broiler. Serve on hot platter with creamy gravy. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C V O., LL D D C L Pro .dent H V. t. JONES, As I C.nenl V. C. BROWN, of Cenlnl Bl-inclie. Die ssmjiathy of .1 large urclc of friends is extended to Air passed away under singularly painful circumstances on Friday last Mis Moore, who had hern a resident of Cranbrool lor eight or lime jears. and lived at 329 French avenue, suffered from occa- sional attacks nt asthma and heart trouble', but was apparently in good health and walked "down town on Thursdav afternoon She retired as usual about eleven o'clock, was taken ill shortly after two on Friday morn- ing and the end came w ithm hall an hour Mr Moore, Ins tldest son anu Mr llootout, a lirutlicr ol Mrs Moore, had been absent on the prairie for some time jnd started for home on Wednesday last They staj cd in Lethbndge en Thursday icounimg their journcv call) Friday morning, so that the bereaved hus- band ware of Ills wies death until reaching Cranbrook. Ihc deceased leaves a family of two sons, Ilarrv and William, anil six daugh- Lottie, Evelyn, Mma anil Eunice, the youngest bc- inea little tot four years ol age. Tie funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon, liev Thos Kcyworth of- The funeral arrangements were in tlfe hands ct Mr. M Mac- Pherson i The Poultry association will meet Friday evening at 8 p m. Ill the city council chamber. Final arrangements will ffe made'for the second annual winter poultry show The annual meeting oi Hie CAPITAL, RESERVE FUHD, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Colnmerce extends to Farmeis every facility for the transaction of business, including' the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge on application. Lethbndge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr CANADIAN CANADIAN CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS 1 VERY LOW ROUND TRIP FARES FHOM TO CALGARY, Great Britain KOOTfcNAV LOO. AND EAST, WIIWIH IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TRANSATLANTIC 88. rickets on sale iroin November 15th to De- cember Blst, 1015, and good for five THROUGH STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPING CJ4RS Tickets toll mttnuitloB at all Pacific OKloU 8, Lalhbridfc. Hi 0AWWN, OWrW Cilgiry ;