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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETTinmnr.R HERAT.P WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, iftlfi ttb: Ifoeralb Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rntss: Dally, delivered, per WCCR Daily, delivered, per year Dally, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year "Faulty Nutrition and are the cause of the most of the ailments that afflict human beings. Too much indiges- tible food and lack of power we ..J5.00 ..54.00 uuetuv, u.i lu.ui. Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..52.00 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office 1--'i W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager PA SSIJVG FOR THE MAN Brnntford-iiotels nro nsklng Tor re- i tO thrOW Off the poisons Iclncoil that come from indigestion lead to a long line of distressing disorders. Avoid them by eating Shredded Wheat Jewish Liberal association was organized ill Toronto. A sorious fuel famine and shortaRC of natural gas Is threatening Windsor. Shortage for stock is a sor- ions problem with farmers in Guoliili Dates of 'expiry of subscriptions ap- pear d. on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue tne subscrip- tion. and Country right you contains all the body-build- ing material in the whole wheat grain, including the bran coat which keeps the intestinal tract healthy and clean. Delicious for any meal in combination with sliced peaches or other fruits. Made in Canada man must The salaries of the Waterloo public hool teachers were raised an aver- age of ?43.33 each. Jos. C. Dickinson, a well known Mooso Jnw merchant, is lioatl. W. T. D. Luthwell. barrister, is a mayoralty candidate in Calgary. English, ot Calgary's former chief of police, is dead. At a meeting ot Chatham district aftont tho war. Tho general lninre.ii- slon horo Is that ho had long been moro or less of a figurehead, aignlng wiUiout reading documents to which Ills signature wad necessary, and Ink. Ing no part In the affairs of fltntc. The Now Emperor Archduke Charles Francis, grand nephew of Emperor Francis Joseph, became holr to tho thrqna of Austria- Hungary by tho assassination ot Archduke Francla F'ordlnand prior to the outbreak of tho war. He has been In command ot the Austrian armies on various fronts during tho past two years. Archduke Charles Francis was born on August 17, 1SS7. Ills wife FELT LIKE II NEW PEON After Taking Only Ooe 01 "F rult-a-tives" EABT SUIF IlABnouE, N. S. "It is with great pleasure that I write on AUKUEI 11, 'OBI. to of the benefits Princess Zota. of tho Bourbon houso received from taking "Fruit-u- of Parma. Ills father was the Arch- por years, I was a dreadful of the Methodist church, a resolution otto, who was tho younger bro- WANTED! YOUR FURNACE TO REPAIR Geo. K. Dixon Cm., PHONE 1087 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Seven thousand more recruits are ranted from the Toronto military ells- was adopted favoring conscription. Over 500 members of the Clgnr- makers' Union In Hamilton wont on strike for a higher wage schedule. union shop is'afiucted. Ferdinand. termining hoV much spend in order to live. Perhaps it would be better to say 'in order to die.' for some cannot live under con- ditions such as we have to face today. II they do not actually die. it is h THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Gains of the allies in Southern _ bia are being extended beyond Mon-j cause they run into debt. And this astir. und the German-Bulgarian for- running into debt has a hunt. are. Sim in retreat to the north- cast. Serbian troops have plaved J W. Herman will issue a writ against 1'olice Sergeant E. May of _ Hamilton for damages for al- The incomes of Canadians who live li-ged improper search of vallso in WiiSr and mrk in Detroit arc for liquor on a public street cai. exempted up to Jolm or port Dover. Mr- Frances Fli7nHotl> Herring lost thirty dollars from his overcoat Lord Rothermere's second son, Lt. the Hon. Vere Sidney Tudor Harms- worth, has been killed in action. Ilarmsworth was a nephew of Lord Northcliffe. owner of tho Times, Daily Mail and other papers. fiufVeror from Constipation and Htad- achis, and 1 was miserable in every way. Nothing in the way of medicines scorned to help ino. Tlum 1 finally tried "Fruit-a-tlvcs" and tho effect was splendid. After taking ono box, I feel like a new person, to have relief from those sickening .Mus. MARTHA DEWOLFE. We. a box, 6 for trial size, Mo. Atalldealersorscntpoitpaidby Fruit London. Nov. Italian for- eign office has decided not to issue passports to Italian citizens to them to leave Italy, unless evidence Is J F.. Twiner, a former HamiHon man is cm trial at Buffalo on a charge of murdering his mother and brother. Mnior Rnpcne wl'O has reached the or- der, is a son of rharles Vanderwater of Kidney towifehip. travel for public, service. Tho effect uieiu lu icjivK uuioDD .j measure will be to stop all produced that the object of the journey emiBra'tiou. is connected with work in behalf of __ the government. The nature of the work must be fully specified. Travelling abroad is consequently forbidden to all Italians, single exception of those with government mouev beins put in banks. Xever be- large part in recent victories and liave 5uch a of trade. within the past two or three days won: Yet. never did men with small salaries Honsliton townslun to Ml a va ancj hack a villages In severe 1 find it so dilnralt to make ends meet, i created M- death, w nle Geo. tack a I.MSU. i blockaded district we was elected councillor, fighting. 'should not wonder that there should Rumanian forces are still in retreat; fce on In the prices of things. before superior enemy forces in south- jjut We are living in a land of plenty, western Rumania, where the Teutonic and every honest worker should easllv Malahide township, for tne have advanced as far as Fiii, able to tur, chu, forty miles west of Craiova. The situation of the Rumanians is not f government, however, under L OI l-Uv Jiuiutiiiiuiis i (JUT gOVerniHelll, uiiuci K.IMIG ILI vromismg they having evidently been! the nlea that it is home-in-' ing the nromised oTerwhslmsd by toe new offensive 'dustries. taxes practically everyUiiiig there made larger. J. W. Mamilre was elected reeve of Fast Tlein Liberals nominated S. S. land, farmer and ex-rwe of legisla- Mayor Rochester o( Bentrew has irone 'to Now York ill bone of hav- Carnegie library commenced by the enemy some days ago when their fresh troops arrived. two months of nrohibition in e _..... r; taxation with all its unpopularity than 1 costs. that ffier. require for food, clothing. shelter or convenience. There might jo WUMII Luc.t be some argument for a tariff for re-1 Kitchener only three d On the western front a remarkable venue, but there is none for such the sain is recorded bv the Canadian' tariff as we are forced to endure to- fined 1 troops who. in a sudden thrust in the i day. Better a thousand times direct vicinity of Brandcourt, a series trenches were taken to a depth ofiana suffer. 1000 yards on the right of their lines. These gains were accomplished with light losses, and have been consoli- dated, considerably strengthening the British front in this region. ._ .._. so worded that Serbia could not surrender at all _ points without abandoning her na- v hiirl-rt of food for an' tional status. War was forced on her, which set Eu- which we now labor average wnrkingnian's farm.y has in-land became torch re. PossiDl 33 cents sin-e September, be- rone on fire. PossiDlj francis joi-eim 1NVESTIGATE POSSIBILITY OF GRACE MINE PURCHASE If Commissioner Grace is consider- ing the sale of the Grace Coal Mine, as was hinted at in yesterday's Her- "birect taxation! It would not he ing now placed at 59.30. so bad. Did a man pay directly only I one-half of what he now pays indi- Seven well known ynnne- WPSI SiSbT out oYlhe fire the government. There would he less j him and his wife to posts in the barn, of universal war. did not foresee this. Undoubtedly it foreseen at Berlin, and history will probably show that German made Austria-Hunrary the catsnaw to A party of ten Mennonites from the inn United States who planned holding with the "revival" meetings in Huron county to uiuai; entrusted discourage young men from enlisting, missions, or who was turned back from Windsor. prodigal exneirditure and fewer nau- seating displays of official pride. "The system of protection as we have it in Canada is iniquitous in the extreme. It discriminates against the poor, it pours money into the coffers of the wealthy, it is the mother of Fire Marshal Tti-Vev has originated from combustion in oat dust and bran. 's Her- of the wealthy, it is tee motner ot should political debauchery We have had a c p who fer dose of misrule in all surety. Will it' in an surely, ivm tn the last T 1 set us There are, happily, signs ron of buying the property arid turning itjot a coming storm." of Bitter Press Comment Paris. Nov. no ofBcin ..ris early this morning, the press generally accented the news as au theutic. Snemal editions announcing pronornT-'s death were boiieht up rapidly and the passing of the monarch Into a municipal utility rather than let it nass into outside hands, The HeraM confesses that it does rliscussed with greatest interes In their the newspapefa uri merriless. The Jlfltin says; "The sinister old man who for G wore a donh'e disannears B dpatn occurrcn ai VICU.I-.H of j notwithstanding his md Baynes Heed, first weather in the fVotia hniipe of died at Arichat, C. B., aged 50 years The death occurred at Victn not know enough about coal mining different, was accessible to any fee er, Capt. the Rev. Arthur H. McGreer. hne whatever, tills man who witnenae would consider selling the propert to the city. Then, immediately, the to the city. Then, immediately, the Hon. T. W. Brothers' method of at- wllo been awarded the Military unmoved the worst catastrophes heap- disinterested members ot the city tacking the strained situation between Cross is a son of Charles ami Mrs. lie-' by fate his family and hi council should endeavor to get a com-j the miners and operators in this dis-JGreer, Nananee. Out. Hfi was educnt- country, mittee of mininE and husiness men trict doesn't inspire much confidence, Oj disappeared 'from the appraise the value of the property! that the trouble will he settled with-1 churclli prior to coming to Montreal scene "three the worl as curate at Christ church cathedral. wollia have forgotten his calculatin; He is chaplain to the Third Field Am- cowardice, his ferocious egotism, hi The Russian ianguage is to be taught bulance. _ A wine merchant of Rhefrns named tunes which marked almost all th Goulden has been convicted by the years of his reign without reflectin from th'e standpoint of the city's needs, out a strike, formulating a basis for negotiations the owner. Mayor Hardie, as an .________------- experienced mining engineer, should in Scottish schools. Canada should be able to guide the committee in ar- p0t he so slow in the same riving at a conclusion. Having done this, the proposal direction. We ought to prepare for .uaiiuE, the development of a big trade he- should he submitted to the people; if j tween this country' and Russia after the mine owner is agreeable to Iran-! the war. ssct business on the terms decided! upon' by the committee. The mere) The Woodstock Sentinel-Beview, in fsct that Commissioner Grace is a! approving of the suggestion of H. J. member of the city council and owner! pettypiece, ex-M.P.P., that the govern- of the mine should not stand in the-'meat of Ontario turn government "way of negotiations. It is true that: house into a home for invalided and the commissioners are precluded by j returned soldiers, says: "And just now j' the charter from selling to the it could not be put to a more useful; hut this could be overcome if it were' purpose. Some of the finest homes in! a matter of: great'advantage to the j Erjgiana have been turned over to the municipality. If the city needs the j nation for the care and comfort of the mine and can make a profit out of soldiers. The Ontario government! besides putting itself in possession of should not think it a hardship to do! a coai-deposit whieh may have private individuals are willingly; greatest possible bearing on the future. doing. Anyway, the government house manufacturing industry of Lethbridge, j belongs to the province, not to the: there should be no hesitancy in open-' government." If this idea is adopted Ing up negotiations. The possibilities, fn oritario, it would be just as appiic- should be sifted to the bottom in any in all the provinces, event.' uoulden lias oeen cuuvicteu uj me JCQ... m ...o v courtmartial of shipping 360 cases of that these misfortunes were ali de champagne, valued at francs, to served. the German Emperor by way of Buenos "He perhaps would have been pitied Avres Ooulden, who was the em- but justice has not permitted that h peror's champagne merchant before swindle the world out this suprem the war, has been sentenced to five homage. It has made for his deatl vears' imprisonment, a fine of a setting of reprobation and horror, francs and the loss of civil rights for It is not believed in Paris that th' ten years. death of the Emperor will in any wa Children Thrive on "Well, Mr. Business jran, you may think things'a bit dull in your home town, but if you want to see what A CAUSE OF THE....... HIGH COST OF LIVING The Western Home Monthly, Winni- peg, is not a Liberal or a Conserva'- are becoming "unite tive paper, but a paper for the home, from sitting on the stool be- ar.d in discussing the question ot the'hind their little counters waiting for high cost of living it does so from goi ng viewpoint of the home and not, Jane_ nothlng happens now In from the viewpoint of politicians, j Lethbridge noon and Under the heading, "Away with the night, .with an occasional stray street the Home Monthly says: youTo' under- well known writer has remarked ,hat our own Iiuie town is still often requires a dose of mls.ion the. map of Busy Burghs and that, rule to sst a nation rlflit. This are doing niceiy, thank wonderfully illustrated, in. recent tory in 010838. Had tlie misrule been! Wiltshire, wno writes a sob page In the Saturday edition, still bo in power. look "of joJ the Calgary News Telegram, got things one might freely prophesy that the above spasm off her chest on Sat- another government Is" quickly riding to a fall. One evidence of misrule is the high urday last, in a vain effort to be hu- morous. If Kate only knew it the Cai- eosf of living. business men are growing thin, that the war alone Is responsible for, trying to catch a share of tho ovor- j the increased price of necessities. A gov business from Lethbridge. Cow j protective which taiea the T b k serenely ,n the reflected people annually about four, hundred .1. i is surely the big factor in de- ory ot the capital of the south. I This delicious food is made from whole wheat and malted barley baked many hours to a high degree of di- gestibility. It provides, in concentrated form, the elements of nourishment so necessary for building active, growing bodies and braius, and the kiddies really like they need no urging. Every table should have its daily ration of "There's a Reason" Made in Canad? Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. OF CANADA Keep the Family Savings to a Joint Account In the names of two or more Husband and Wife, Brother and Sister, or Father and Son. It is an all-round convenience, as either can deposit or withdraw money, and In case of death the balance goes to the survivor without any formalities, formine an immediate source GRASSY LAKE BRANCH H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager HIS VOICE Current MUSICAL HITS The songs which are having the most, popular vogue, the newest of dance numbers, and the latest instrumental selections are to be fo.und in the November list of Victor Records 'There are oyerninety selections from which to to suit every musical tafte and for every social and family occasion. TEN-INCH. FOR The Two-Key Honett Injun Summer Night Just One Day Collins AYOII ComedvFourl PeerUsi OujrtetJ MoowBlne S.llr Albert Bur, You Were Jurfl Mide to Or. icIl-Henry Burr; of the Nations j Charge 'Vlbert Cimpbi Conway't TWELVE-INCH. DOUBLE-SIDED DANCE RECORDS ORCHESTRAL SELECTIONS RED SEAL RECORDS ONE PRICE FROM COAST TO Ask for free copy of our 450 page Musical Encyclopedia lifting over 6000 ViOor Records. Berliner Lenoir Street Montreal Dealer, in every Town and City VICTOR RECORDS-MADE IN CANADA "His Master's Voice" Lcthhridge Dealers J. G. ROBERTSON 4 CO. Bentley Block, 5th St. 3. R. A. WRIGHT Bulmernl; Block, 5th 8t. 3. MASON ANP, RI8CH, atAUTORAL BLOCK, FIFTH 8T. S THEATLAS TRANSFER ALL KINDS OF TRANSFER .WORK., Satisfaction- Gitafantced. Prompt antl Efficient Service, Phone 1717 B. WIGG STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants br I Our entire organization IB at your iervice and with our exper- ience wo can 0ufely 'to got you the best prices tor your grain at any time and for any grade or kind of grata. Phone M 1922 Calflary For Offlae 1865 Lothbrldflo j Quota- 1811 tloni. Our who are In your dlatrlot J. A. CUMM1NQ Manager SA16ERG GRAIN CO, LETHBRIDBE, ALTA. "ALWAYS WORKING" You may make money by let- ting us bid on your next car of wheat, barley or flax. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Our Winnipeg and Lethhrldge offices represent SERVICE. "TRY US" J. H. TALLING Local Manager Office Phone 1580 Residence 572 OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE. WINNIPEG Write or phone at our expense if you 'have-grain to handle. We.can assure you tho best the market will stand and give you courteous service prompt returns, H: T. MACLEOD, LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHERLOCK. BUILDING A prominent Lethhrldge 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 of expert work all along the Al- berta, in Winnipeg and in Fort even greater than usual. The kind of service that lives in a man's for fifty years is yours when you make your bills of lading read '.Notify James Richardson Bonn, Lim- ited." For car seals, markers anil daily price cost or B01 Sher- lock Bldg., Lethbridge or phone 777. Manager's.residence, phone 3G5. Wheat Lands For Sale The finest wheat ranch lindi In Southern Elgh mllei from In townihip .11, wnt of 4th Merjdlan. luy tflrwt from the eittti. No mlddHmtn need apply. print J.D. Fuller TABCH Or M the ;