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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHRRtnOR.. WILY HERALD THURSDAY, NOVUMRKU Derail) letbbritHje, BIDcrta DAI LY AN D W EEKLV Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per ween Daily, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per year Weekly! by mail. year to U.S..52-00 deductions have been nmdo therefrom showing tho probable length of time which will have !o ellipse before attri- tion of Teutonic man supplies results In tho defeat of tho central powers for that cause ulono. Frank Siuionds of the Chicago Dally News is ono statistician and war writ- er who has made n study of this phase of the war, nnd though ho. admits that .54.00 i his figures not likely correct In all !.....31.60! details, they are comparatively cor- reel, and will serve to illustrate how TELEPHONES Business Offlce Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan 1252 1224 John Torrance Jlanasing Director Business Manager Great Britain Italy attrition is going to make itself felt during the remainder of the war. His figures showing the loss In killed, wounded and prisoners are: Allied Powers- France Russia........... 2.500.000 5.750.000 PICKED PA SSIN G UP I Jclvor wife of Edmou- Moses Lessor, one of tho oldest Jow- of expiry of subscriptions ap- rcar'd. My on address label. Accept- r.nce of papers after eipiration date Is our authority to continue the subscrip- tion. Your King and Country need you right nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The Rumanian retreat -before Mrs. X. A. toll's building inspector, is dead. The British Sailors' Relief Fund has received nearly 5100.000 In Toronto. The laitth Butt.. Alberta Highland- ors, has reached Eiigmml. Mrs. Gertrude Ellen Bsnl, wife of William A. Beul, Toronto manufac- turer, is for u divorce. South Oxford Liberals chose Dr. J. M. Kogers as their candidate at the next Ontario election. j Elsht or nine steel shins tor a Nor- Ish residents of Montreal, Is dead. Ex.-Ald. A. W. "Ault. of Ottawa, Is dead. Tom Jones, discoverer ot the fam- ous Paradise mine, Is dead at Inver- mere, D. C. Dr. John Taylor, a Winnipeg doc- tor, is dead. Rev. P. Davidson, pastor ot Knox Presbyterian church, Davidson, Sask., has resigned. Residents ot Prince nuner.t. agree Central Powers: Germany Austria 4.000.000 4.000.000 wegian syndicate are being Vancouver. Gross Casualties, 18.000.000. i An hotelinan says New York state will be absolutely dry within five years 1 unless saloons are done aw.-u- y.-ith. Working on the assumption that] auv nation can. if necessary, put prac-j The London Times announces that ot its 'ts collections on behalf 01 the Red built lit that n is rewired in or near I that city. Lieut S J. Davies. formerly princi-i Two additional rural municipalities pal of the Highlands school at Edmon- have been formed in Alberta s hluter- llano. Spirit River No. Sl'Si and Peace No. S57. ton, has won the military cross. tically the same percentage the i population into the fighting line as: i Cross had passed Of eighteen deserters who appear-; ed before the acting A. A. G. at Kings, ton. fifteen decided to overseas with the 207th Battalion. Mrs. Marshall Sinclair, one of the founders of the Y. W. C. A. in New ew Auslro-German offensive Is made any other nation. Mr. Sirnonds. on a j Dutch lower chamber has voted Westminster, died recently In that to amicar in a very alarming light by. ten per cent, basis, concludes that at to make women eligible for member- the'iatest German'reports. The Ten-; the beginning of the war, the in the Statesmen, tons claim to have gained the rail- j Powers had a man power of ten peri Add Soath Osfonl Liberals.! Ten thousand dollars is being claim- ed by Arthur Lochton of Nauton from tray lines into Craiova, and .to have cent of or s; n- Rowell said that Ontario would McElroy, also of that district, the Rumanian's through the" whereas the allied powers had ten per {never vote to repeal the Temperance aijenatiou'of his wife's affections. Act. mountain posses in Transylvania far cent, ot tack on the Wallachian plains. Portable of taking the field. some weeks the Rumanians have been 1 jt therefore the allies have suffered nbic to bear up a stiff defence in the 1OS5C5 0( 10.000.000, they stii! have aerial wires while Jiul valley, where made left, whereas it the central oors- Bland after the terrific struggle aaT6 suffered a loss of S.OOO.- Ships other than warships or Gov- Miss Harvey and Miss B. Weaver, have been appointed to .........._ eriment vessels must disconnect their tjje stnff Or the Provincial PJmploy- James Raymond, formerly of Pahn-j jt Hurrv has been killed the key of the Transylvanlan passes, i M0 tliey naTe only 4.000.000 left. How- erston. js dead at Refina, where he' ,n "At tho time of his enlist- but this defence, claim the jt is calculated that only Chief Engineer of Division S-S of ment he was manager of the Alderson jvard of the Finlay Lumber Co., of Me- 'dicine Hat. Pte. Lome Higgs, of Nappan, N. S. eventually broke down, allowing the' Invading forces to rapidly, extend their gains. The fear now is expressed that the of the casualties are permanent, that the allies would still" have man power available as the C. P. R. The Ottawa authorities deny the truth of a story from Seattle that against a possible S.000.000 of the j Japanese vessel from Victoria had re- employed' with J. C. Bever- Teaton advance will carry them so far Teutons. celved by wireless a warning from the at" Hat, has escaped that the Rumanians, to avoid envelop-1 This means that the Teutonic pow- Canadian government that ftjm a Hml prl6on. ment. will be compelled to abandon !ers haTB ]o5t one.tbird of their effect- great stores of grain now in the coun-j jvenesSp -rtereas the allies have lost try. '-........Torily one-sixth. Take a simple UlU3- Teutonic forces are also .offer- j tratjon. Eight men are fighting five, ing more stubborn resistance to the the eight are twenty-two, allied advance on the to take their places; behind the front, though the gains made hy the'flye are only seven if the five marine was operating in the Pacific. Mrs. Ross, wife of Lt.-Col. A. B. Brig.-Gen. Duncan J. Glasfurd died in France on Nov. 12 as a Ross, M.P.P., Kingston, died at Allen- wound recelved fronl a dale, Ont. Her la-sbaild is at the one 0{ tte leadins front. She was formerly Miss Mabel Parker, of Stirling, Ont. Flight S.ub-Lieut. Rochfort Grange, lilies within the past-week have disposed of the flrst while "o'f the Royal' Naval Air Service, has result of shell. He Australian commanders, and was director of'mili- tary training in Australia for four years preceding the war. Present indications are that D. J. extended. The ambassadors of the 'exhausting themselves, eight' more teen awarded the Croix 'de Guerre hy.Dv30n wlll become mayor of Winni- take the Place of the flrst. five powers ill Greece have obeyed the Uie of ilie Ar9t jTe. But Graiige rnmids of the allied authorities 'and have departed irora the country. een behind them, The of Emperor -Francis; offlcidllv j_' -s i 'iTI'" L-onimuniB uiC- tuara ui L the second eight -will have four- j College, Toronto, son of Princpal E. A. A. of the Ontario Veterinary the second five -s v.-ill affect the war but little. The Rev. Dr. Jos. Font Newton, of Cedar Springs. Iowa, has acce.ite.l the Dyson. pastorate or ine vity -i empie, j-6naon, peg by acclamation on nomination day. No candidate is yet iu -the field against him. Alderman Davidson, whose name has been mentioned fre- quently as a possibility, having inti- mated that lie will riot oppose .Mr. forces, it be seen that, Eng.. but will not arrive there Seforej Robert p. feous'fon, member of par- WORLD WILL NOT MISS HIM lack of man.power. This is probablyi: iatendeht of the smelter of the Con- why many of-the military writers of Smelting Co. at Francis Joseph will only be rernem-j France and Britain count on a possible Trail., has resigned to accept a posi- bered as a despot in his country and two years more of-war. They are al-'tion as superintendent of the smelter a tool of tie Kaiser In European for the power of attrition to dojand refinery of the Bunker HU1 and fairs. He was Germany's in in-'jts 'work', "it" is a "deadly "idSlo Mr' sliliivaif was Europe in war. He failed to. policy {or .the. candidate in Trail riding listen to all proposals of a defeat.tor.the..Gerraans. Mean--at the.B. C. general election, to settle the differences with always the hope .that' Austria-Hungary will not hold his Germany, becoming more. and. memory dear. If it does not think so -ivill be. forced'to: quit BOW, it soon -will adjudge him respon- there Is every indication that Oc Devonshire's _staff: Lt.-Col. Bible for the curse of the war, -which..-allied.armies, west.tHon. Harold G-. Henderson, .military lias exacted such a heavy toll of its i wjil ho at the (very zeni peopla. Francis Joseph did nothing power-by'next, spring. Canada Gazettecontainsnotice against submarines regardless'of "gov- ernment restrictions. Mr. Hpuston'.of- fers the British master of any British merchant ship for eUcli German submarine he probably sinks, up to a total of fifty between now.and. May 31. Attempting a non-stop flight Tfrom Chicago to New York, Miss Ruth Law, behind the wheel of a Curtiss biplane of the military scout type, "shattered all American long distance records for a single flight, flew from Chicago to Hornell, N. Y., a distance of about 660 for his country except rule it with an Iron hand "and force it into war. The is well rid of monarcha -of his type. .WHAT THEY VVOULD LIKE TO HAPPEN Inspired "special correspondence" Captain Koenig- says -the British blockade does not block. Then why is the Deutschland? very pertinently inquires the Edmonton TJ the record made bv Victor'Carlstrom T fl I vrr-n on Nov 2, bv about 100 miles.- Previ- secretary; Lord Richard Neville, _ _. _ comptroller of the household; Capt W. A. Macintosh. Royal Horse Guards; Capt. R. O. R. Kenyon-SlaneyV Grena- dier .Guards, and Capt. V. F.'Bulkley- Johnston, aides de camp: The Conservative.. press Conservative newspapers says: "Ru--lauding Hon. "Win. Pugsley is now to tin than 25 miles, A. M. o't'th'e-leglB- lative assembly for- rhas One hundred and fifty-nine persons caused a mild Sensation by Ipaulrins were killed and many more or less'of the Quebec government the Pro- .seriously injured in a railroad wreckll'nety addressing members of the i on the Inter-Oceanic line to Vera Cm: DUE to this flight Miss Law'bad-peyer before made a single Prlaco Ruport is to havo a big lum- hor and pulp mill. BrocfcviHe, has extended a cnll Lloyd Morrow, of Wark worth, Ont., while -First church has oil B. Morrow, of OJracobiidgo, Out. Mrs! H. H; Chowu, of .Winni- peg. is dead. Only, lust. at the front was awarded the .military cross. Tho final figures In tho conscrip- tion referendum In Australia show that ballots ivore cast in -fa- vor of conscription, and against it. Major John S. Lewis, editor of tho Montreal Star and for 20 years con- nected with Montreal newspapers, in- cluding the Gazette and Herald, is be- lieved to havo been killed in action. Flight Lieut. J. A. N. Ormsby, eldest sou of Mr. J. V. Ormsby, Forest Hill road. Toronto, is now ported killed in action. mor has it at Ottawa that it the Lib-'sides. We hardly "thought they could to reliable reports received at Laredo, erals persist in their present policy of'. find a good thing about him, after all Texas. According to this information tuc m legislative council, or upner provin- house, as is 'jalapa, Mexico, pn Nov. 12, according M-'established custom in the matter waging bitter warfare .on the govern- ment with a view to forcing an elec- tion, three of the leading opposition members will break with their party they haye said against him in. the past. of documents and during the roll call. Jlr. Tfissier's question was oh the ground of democratic spirit, and was Our Tory friends are certainly ob- run zs independents. They are; serving the truce. At Brampton, Ont., iHon. William Pugsley, Brig.-General! they removed the names of young Lib- Hugh H. McLean, member for Queens j era! soldiers 'fighting at the front from nr.d Sunbury, and Dr. Michael Clark, I the voters', .list, and left .the Tory sol- jnember for Red Deer." I fliers on the list. That's a fine spirit Remember, it saya unity they are trying to develop, anybody can start a "rumor." Pugi ley, McLean and Clark are not con- jding their opinions to; Tory news- paper men. Whatever their opinions Bay be, they will express them In the proper place and at the proper, time. Since Dr. Pugsley and Dr. Clark have isn't it? all but one of the live cars of the _ _ track and rolled over a backed by complaints that, the use of cliff. The passengers-were literally the prefix during the taking of a vote ground to pieces. I caused considerable delay. Sir Sam Hughes was very blunt in his talk to Sir Robert Borden. Here is a paragraph from one of his letters: "Well, -Sir Robert, each one's manner is bis own. It might be well if we both been free times, severe could al! possess your soft manner- critics of the government since the Ism, but I am very much afraid, judg- started.M'is hot likely they arAJing by all periods of history, that hu- going to abandon their rights and man Hberty-and human progress would ilrs, lust I not make mucr privileges at this stage ;of affaln tp; meet the demands, of by the Tory press. The pub. lie hasn't much faith m a press that Is-Indignant at'criticism of-a govern- ment that-has'as one of its bulwarks (_______j much advance, as they never have made nulch advance, under such diplomatic forms and utterances." And. then'Sir Sam recalls the past, a part of history Sir Robert wouH rather not-have'mentioned. Sir Sam says: Hon. Robert Rogers, is he so saintly j "Your actions and. manner to me at thnt in the past, excepting when attack him and his methods? The you would be in.l.ouble in the opposl- Tory press, can't, start, any "rumors" that will cause the- public to forget Hon. his ways and his works HOW THE WAR OF-ATTRITION IS WORKING PUT Illuminative figures havo been pub lion days and since, while, aa a rule have never been apparently frank or loyal. Even In the early op- posllion days, when a very tew of ua repeatedly 'cto'od by you and over- threw the agitations against you, you regarded loyalty by preferring those llshed lecentty 16 show "'the cffecl of who had been untrue to you." This the war to date on the man power of is hardly friendly, Is It? Sir Sam la principal nations concerned, and really sore. An Invitation IVORY SOAP makes a snow-white lather. It is the kind of lather that looks clean and invites to clean- liness. You will like it be- cause of its whiteness; also because it is so light, lively, copious, bubbly. 9 CENTS IVORY SOAP Proclir t Gamble Facloritt In Hamittoti, CajMrfj missing since August Sth. officially He has been 100 YEARS more, people with chest and throat troubles have tried to cure them by pouring cough syrups, tonici anil the like into thuii stomachs. All a mistake 1 The Peps way Is different. Peps are tablets made up of Pine extracts and medicinal essences, which when put Into the mouth turn Into healing vapors. These 'are breathed down direct to the throat and bronchial tubes 1 swallowed down to the stomach, which is not ailing. Try a .box of Peps for your cold, your cough, bronchitis or asthma, Alt druggists and stofes or Peps Co., Toronto, will supply THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O..-lX.p.. P.C.I., Pmldenl AIRD. General Miouw H. V. F. JONES, A..' 1 Gco.tml M.o.M V. C. BROWN. Sumriuleodent Ccolr.l Vyeiuia Btancliek CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, WANTED! FURNACE TO REPAIR Geo. K. Dixon Cu., PHONE 1067 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK BANKING MAIL Accounts may be opened at ibf'.The' Canadian tonk of Commerce to be operated by mail, arid will receive the same careful attention as is given to all ptjier departments of the Bank's business. Money may ba deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. W6) Lethbridge Branch-- R Mgr. Home for the Holidays TO EASTERN UNITED CANADA LOW FARES ASK THE AGENT FOR LJTEgATURE H. T. DiMr. BilL, Jur, Swk. Rubber Supply Is Steady While Leather Gets Scarcer This Low Price of Rutjljer Footwear in Spite of Increasing Cbitijf Fabrics, Chemicals and Labor The war is using up enorinoiis quantities both of leather and rubber. At the same is seriously restricting the output of the forperj much of which came from rupbef production keeps pace with the demand. From .great plantations now reaching maturity in Dominions will come this year of the world's .production, an increase of 'over tons from last year. Thus, thanks to the British Government's fore- sight in encouraging these plantations, the Allied armies have been abundantly supplied with all the rubber products they and her allies have been cut the price tp the world at large has actually been reduced. Meanwhile, leather has been getting scarcer and higher than in the end is not yet. At normal prices a pair of good shoes cost about four times as much as a pair of standard quality rubbers, and would last nearly twic'e'as long if the rubbers were worn to protect them in bad leather. So even before the war rubbsVs were- a mighty good investment, to say nothing; of their prevention of feet, colds and doctors' biljs. Now, when shoes cost seveij Of'. eight times much as the rubbers, the from wearing the latter is so outstanding that'np one who believes in thrift will think of going without them. Nor will those who are anxious to Help win the war, for by wearing rubbers and overshoes we conserve the leather so scarce yet so absolutely necessary for the soldiers. Wear Rubbers and Save Leather for Our Fighting Jlen 'V: .41 THE ATLAS TRANSFER ALL KINDS OF TRANSFER WORK. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prompt and Efficient Service. Phone 1717 B. WIGG STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and x Commission O'jr entire Jryanlzntlnn IB nt your service nod with our exper- iouco wo can safely guarantee to got you tho best prices for your grain at any time and for any gradt! or kind of gralu. Phone M 1922 Calgary j For Office 1066 Lethbridgo Quota- Rai. 1811 Ltthbridgaj tiont. See Our AQenti who are In your district. J. A. CUMMING Lathbrldgo Manager SfllEEHC GRAIN CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. You may make raonoy by let- ting us bid on your next car of wheat, barley or flax. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Our Winnipeg and LethbrldKe otfices represent SERVICE. "TRY US" J, H. TALLING Lo'car Manager Office Phono'1580 Residence 572 OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone at our expense If you have flrstln to handle. We can assure you the host price the market wii! slanci and give you prompt returni. N. T. MACLEOD, MAi OFFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING A prominent Letlibriilse far- mer walked into, our office tlie other Any. "I used to sell barley to Jaines Richardson in Klncston fifty years .said, "and I want to do business flrm again." t The prices so hleli and tlie spreads between grades so wide this year that tjle need ol expert work all along; the Al- berta, in Winnipeg and in B'ort eveu greater than usual. The kind of service that lives in a man's niemory Cor fifty years is yours when, you make, your hills of lading read Jaines Richardson Sons, ;Lira- seals, markers and daily nric.o cost or 301 Sher- lock Bldg., Lethhridge or-glione 777. Manager's residence, phone 305, Wheat Lands For Sale The wftMt jmdi ranch lindi In Southern Allwrtl. Eigh milei from In township 11, Hinge? 18 ind 19, west of 4th Mirldlan, Buy dlftct from tho eltaU. No middlemen need ipply. Far'prleii and tcrmi Or .'at the Cameron Ranch. ;