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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR rns LETiinnipffE1 DAILY HERALD., TUESDAY, NOVICMHRH 2N, I Dili letbbribge letbfcriDge, Hlbcrta C _-----------.-----------. DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rules: por week lOc! Daily, delivered, per year Dally, by mall, per Weekly, by mail, per Weekly, by mall, per your to f I 1252 1224 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torranco j Managing Director Business Manager j Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap-1 pear dr'ly on address label. Accept- KEEP THEKIDDIES WELL Buy Rubbers and Overshoes For Their Littlo Feet and at the Same Time Save the Expensive Shoes From Injury by Water, Ice Snow Thft woman who has severs! Ifttlt tots to provide with shoes will welcome the that, Om-iirnmfcnt. tha orlca of rubber has been reduced so" that the rubber shoes that ketp the little ones' feet dry not advanced in price, as other footwear has. Here's an opportunity for tin- ruutiier to keep the kiddies dry-shod and, n.t the time, save the expensive little shoes. that have almost doubled in price. Mothers should buy rubbers this fall, not only to keep tho children's feet dry, but to keep the fall rains and snow water from rotting 1---- Anta ,-c and snow waier irom rouicis ar.ce ot papers after expiration date is nsivp tea.her ln shoes, our authority to continue the 3ubscrlp- The economicai woman will appre- tion. f date this and at the same time hers will be a patriotic act, a sen-ice to tho British Government every time she buys a pair of rubbers. 21 THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR So rapidly has the ttiuaUoit ram, fhrough the Imperlal Chancellor along the Rumanian frontier been reversed within the past few weeks, that it Is Almost impossible to realize the ser- iousneEB of'tht! situation Riimania now rinds herself in as a result of the new Teutonic offensive. Von Miickensen's forces, are sweeping down the Danube at a great pace, and are now threat- ening the Rumanian capital, upon which thev. are rapidly iiosinp in.: t t Czar Ntdirfas.hM.gone to Rumania, speech the said: to confer with King Ferdinand. The Teutons have effected-a crossing of the Danube at .two points, and the Rumanians announce the withdrawal of their fine from the rivar Alt. On the Macedonian front Bulgarian declares in favor of arbitration. It is a sign that Germany sees defeat staring it in the face and it desires to court tho sympathies of the world. It Wants peace. The Chancellor's de- claration immediaiely followed the speech delivered by Viscount Grey, Britian's Foreign Minister to ie Brit-' Prese 'I take- it on the word of the Prime Minister that- we shall fijtht until we have established the supremacy and right of free development under equal each in accordance with its genius, of all States, great and You'll keep the bath- tub brilliantly white and sanitary, if you use Old Dutch GERMAN SNIPER'S now pattern German sniper's helmet, -now the trophy of a Canadiau officer. The front attachment, is made at Krupp steel a quarter of au inch thick and is only put on when the man is PICKED UP IN PASSIJVG attacks on the Serbians have been re-j pulsed. The western front is reported to he quiet. small, aa a family of civilized man- MUST BE NO DELAY IN SETTLING STRIKE kind." We are not left in doubt as to Ger- inany's answer. Chancellor von On November 9th, Bethmann-Hollweg The ISTth battalion has left The Stratford Court of Revision speaking to what is called the Main The threatened strike of the coal Committee of the Reichstag, made miners of Alberta and South-eastern j sPQcifJc reference to this statement by B. C.. has developed, and one of Viscount Grey. He insisted, of course gravest situations Western Canada jthat war was forced upon Germany has ever faced has been tbat consequence Germany With winter right on us the prospect be entitled to ask for of a fuel famine on the prairies is against similar attacks in the fu- frora a pleasant one for the household- tore.-- But he added much the most er to contemplate, and quite naturally j been He is asking questions. What he wants J" to know in particular is when the strike is going to end. He may he mildly concerned with the cause; ha is greatly concerned about the effect.. Toe miners have made a demand on the mine" owners for a twenty-five per made in German official life in the memory of any man now living. These are hia momentous words: "We never concealed our doubts that peace conld be guaranteed per- manently hy international organiza- tions' such as arbitration courts. J shall not discuss the theoretical cenL wage increase, and declare of the problem in this place. Intention of getting it The operators Bnt from the standpoint matters of on the other hand, declare they will i W8 now diae of raust if. define our position with regard to this not grant the advance, that It would ruin their business, and Mnt that It Is f jf and after the end of the war useless to carry on negotiations with: the world will only become fully'ton- the miners' organization. scious of the horrifying destruction of For two ever ,'ince the o' humanity there will ring out ers made their demand, the prospect a cry jor peaceful arrangements and of a strike has been before the west- j understandings which, as far as they eru public. It was plainly evident; are within human power, will prevent from the temper displayed by tion at the end of the year. He is about SnOO. which the directors' have' s- 'the return of such a monstrous catas- Bides, that-ihere was no common. This cry, will be so powerful j----so justified Chat It must lead to ground on which they could meet to: some result. adjust their differences amicably. That "Germany will honestly co-operafft two-weeks has gone, the strike the examination of every endeavor {to find, a practical solution, and will T.come, and the government has barely for lts possible realization, lifted a hand. The Department of Tni3 an the more If the war, as we has proven itself, lamentably weak in handling the situation. When it first became evident that the parties to the controversy could not get to- gether, the public had a right to loolc to the Departs ent of Labor to tako some immediate action. Instead of j expect and-trust, brings about politi- cal conditions that do full justice to the free development of all nations, of Germany is getting down off ita war horse. It_ wants peace, and ap- peace forever. It is to he leading matters to the fair wage .the Chancellor means what he cers in the district to handle, the and that he sPeaks Germany. officials of the department should llt he doe3' ttei1 the can look on learning to- a -lasting world- j conditions at first-hand and endeavor- Ing -to arrive at a basis for negotia- tions. The result of this failure on Bob Rogers has the finest chance in .the part of -the Government is that ajthe world to settle another coal strike. or two .will now be wasted wlth fficials Jrom both aides now In.Ot- i a, gathering this information which 1 8lgBa of ,ifet but d The muriicipal campaign showg should have been in the hands of the officials long ago- The loss of those two weeka is likely to prove serious to the western public ;iiow without fuel. However, the Department of Labor's Inactivity np to the present should not prevent the Government from taking active steps to meet the situation which has resulted. .Tne west must have fuel. Not a single day's pro- duction can afford to be lost. The West's coal production must be kept up if her production in other lines is (o remain normal. If the negotiations now going on at Ottawa are fruitless, the Government should not hesitate to take drastic action. It has the pow- er if necessary to take over and op- erate the mines. As a last rather than that coal production should be suspended indefinitely, the government would meet .with popular favor by taking such a drastic step. If the government realizes what the ttoppage of, work in the mines means to Alberta and Saskatchewan, Ing the situation. become at all rampant. threaten Two weeks ago the gas burning halt of .Lethbridge froze. Now the coal burning half is threatened. Do you burn gas or coal? gary for overseas. Xew in the line of contruciurV imi- chinery is a hand-operand concrete mixer that can be run by one man. Aid. R. D. Douglas will contest South Edmonton for the Alberta leg- islature as the Liberal candidate. lopu'e-d SU7.J50 off the assessments of nine hotels. Rev. A. MoTaggart, nastor of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church is a candidate for alderman in Cjlgary. A branch of the .Merchants Bank is beinn J, selves. Prom 40 to 50 per cent, re- mains btill to be done taking this dis- trict as a whole. Grand Ball The Oddfellows dauring party was largely attended on Friday uiglii last and n neat sum'WHS realized on the financial end of it. Fred Best was) master ot ceremonies and gave entire satisfaction. The weather being mild conduced to the very gratifying at-! tendance. The Women's institute On Saturday afternoon there was a' very good attendance at the big din-. ner given in the Spencer House by the officers and members of tho'. Women's Institute. As usual the la-1 dies gave the public the beyt value possible for their money in the dinner which was served very pleasingly. Bishop wm. Due. of MMna (From Our Own Corrt'gpomlent) Cardston. Nov. 27. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Reede Jr., died Saturday after a hard struggle for life. The funeral services were con- ducted at the home yesterday GRAIN BROKERS DIRECTORY A proniliui'it far; u'iiiked into our oi'i'ico tho other day. "1 used to soli hurley to Jiimos Klclumttuni in fifty years.upo." lio "mitl I to do buulnusii with tho firm Tho prices nro so high mid tho (bis ycnr that the nci'd of export work nil along tiui bertii, in Winnipeg and In Fort William- -in even greater than usual. Tim kind of service that HVOB in a man's memory for fifty years is yours when you msilco your bills of Ir.iiing '.Notify James Itk-hanlson Liui- iiod.'' For car Beals, nwrKm-a and daily pricy coat or 201 Sher- lock Hldff.. UttUbrldRO or phone 777. Manager's residence phuno ward. The house was filled with sympathizing friends and a very im- pressive service was held. Threshing operations have boen go- ing on rather fitfully as the light falls precaution are congratulating them- ieing opened at Niagara Falls with of snow every other day or so have C. C.arlcs of Thorold as manager, continually retarded the work. Slack D. Bentiey is the Conservative] j threshing, however, has not been hln- candidaU; for the Alberta legislature r Major H. B. Eaton, Liberal M.P.P., dered and those who have taken this in Acadia constituency. After an illness of only a week, John Halpin, Peterboro. passed away. Mr. Haipin was born ID Peterlurc In 1S5G. Simcoe Ministerial Association termined on an organization to cover Norfolk county to assist in recruit- ing. Lieut. Guy nutter told Toronti Red Cross workers that the German trenches were constructed for per- manent shelter. The Military Cross has ben award- ed to Ca.pt. (Dr.) Kenneth E. Cooke, fornierly practitioner in Terrace Hill, Bwntford. William. O'Donnell. for the past years a member of the Stratford po-j "ice force, will retire on superanua- for Hand Hills. Alberta, wounded in action. By .in almost unanimous vote the Toronto council oi put itself on record as being in favor of con- John H. Cook, who in a fit of des- pondency cut his throat with a razor, tlied in the Belleville eeneral hos- pital of shock. The late Lieutenant Governor Mc- Kecn, of Nova Scotia, left aa estate of He left to Pres- byterian church movements, The Welland board of trade has pledged its support to the movement to prevent the name of Kitchener be- ing changed back to Berlin, Belleville Y.M.C.A campaign to} raise 315.000 attained its aim except fllBEBB GRAIN Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. "ALWAYS WORKING" Von may nmlto money by let- ting us hid on ytmr next car of wheat, barley or finx. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Our Winnipeg and Lnthhridgo offices repi-f at SUnVICE. "TRY US" a resolution to place this slake in har- mony with the church as to the clos- ing hours for all parties and serial gatherings as recontl" given by Mutual Improvement association gen-j era! boards. The vote was unanimous io all entertainments and public gather- ings at 11 o'clock p.m. ibat arc uml control of the L. D. S. church. J. H. TALL1NG Local .Manager Office Phone 1580 Residence 573 eventy-three years old. Falling two stories from a building guaranteed. The Explosives Department of the constructed by the Campbell j Imperial Monitions Board requires company in West Toronto, workmen at once, and will give pref- to returned soldiers. John Lodge, a thrasher, of Dntton, was fatally injured whon 'his coat caught in a cog wheel of the engine and his body was drawn through a sei. of gears. Miss Alice Cruise of Simcoe, _a graduate of the Methodist Deaconess Training School appointed genera Toronto, has been secretary .of the -oseph Pearn, a carpenter, sustained "atal injuries, Magistrate Fraaer decided that Pol- ce Constable Frank Farrell of Nia- gara Palls had not exceeded his du- ;ies in searching. Dan Sanaon, a bar- ber, for a of liuuor. Seven young'West Zorra farmers were fined in all and costs for airing a neighbor in the presence of lis bride, whom they also tied to a post in. the bam. J. C. Dowsett ex-president of the Edmonton Board of Trade died in Victoria. He was .engaged in the vholesale hardware business when in Edmonton, Lieut Leonard J. Hextall, son of .he late John and "Mrs Hextall, way which will likely result in the former residents of Calgary, has been establishment of a paper mill within killed in action. While in Calgary the limits of the city of Winnipeg, was president, qf the Bern-ness Ira- j. D. .McArthur lumberman mer- provement Co., but the greater part j chant, railway bulider and owner is Y.W.C.A. of St. Thomas. Hon. Frank E. Hodglns, of Toronto has been appointed a, justice of the appellate- division of the supreme court and a local judge in admiralty of the exchequer court for Toronto district. Negotiations, it is said; are under The C. P. R. loses the services of another valuable official through the ___ removal, by death of Vice President! ,ends McNicplL. He was a man who ac corapIiBhed things and to brin high of sSldsncy. Just keep it in :nind that Lethbridg Is recruiting a depot battery. Ever; chance you get give it a boost. Leth lire's artillery units have a] way: been noted for the fine type of young men composing tfiem and this one is no exception. SIGNIFICANT UTTERANCE OF GERMAN CHANCELLOR Germany is changing its attitude. Imbued with the idea.that war Is the tinly 'method of settling disputes be- tween nations it now veera around, The report President Manioch brings hack from the Lethbridge-Wey- burn branch is most optimistic, Thii j flourishing young district of Southern Alberta promises to keep .up the splen- 1 did reputation of tht older districts. j The new line has added a fine terri- i tory Lethbridge. Ontario druggists to their president, find that' trouble feared by the operation of he temperance act had not of his time'was. spent at the Guelph Ygricultural College, from whith he graduated with honors in the spring Of 1913. The fortunes of vrar are strikingly revealed in the s1' ,rv of the death in action of Private Walsh and the escape of Pte. Harry Kinsman, both of Stratford. They volunteered to bring in a wounded comrade from ''No man's land." Aa tuey were curry- Ing the wounded man back to the Canadian lines, Walsh and Kinsman j moment later a German shell killed Walsh, while Kinsman escaped with slight injuries. the man 'beiiind. The 'proposed mill is to have a capacity of 50 tons .a day and will sivo employment, it is expected, to aiiont 500 hands. Tom Henderson, an agent of the! Western LiTo Insurance cornpanyt Why Not? get Ivory Soap for five cents. No "toilet" soap sells for less. No "toilet" soap at any price can give you bet- ter satisfaction. Why not try Ivory Soap? 5 CENTS IVORY SOAP Procter Gamble Factories jrj t n, Canada SMITH, MURPHY CO. HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone at our expense if you have g'rain to handle. We. can assure you tha. best price the market" stand and give you courteous "service prompt returns. N N. T. MACLEOD, MA> .-vGER. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE STRONG GRAIN and Commission Merchants Our eniire orsaniEfttlon is at your service and wjtli our exper- ience wo cau BuCQly "gimrantao to got you; the best, prices for your grain at any time und for any grade or kind of grain. Phono M 1B22 Calgary 1 For Offioo 1065 Lethbridgo Ruota- 1811 tlonc. Sea Our Agents who aro In your district J. A. GUMMING Vi Lothbridge Manager HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR was charged at faigary with selling Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies shares m that particular company, not hat-e the necessary cense from liio public utilities com-i mission. Tho magistrate 'Imimaetl a fine of ?50 and costs unon Henderson, with the oiuion nf three months in! Macleod jail. A further fine of and costs was Imposed upon the com- Pany, the head office of which is in Winnipeg. or other valuables in one of these boxes YOUR FURNACE TO REPAIR Geo. E. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD r All Women Meed a corrective, occasionally, to right a disordered stomach, WiuCii is eric Cause Oi au inuui biuk irjadadie, nervous- ness and sleepless nights. Quick relief from stomach troubles is assured by promptly taking a dose or two of Beech They act gently on the stomach. liver, kidneys and bn'mls, assisting and regulating these organs, and Keeping them in a hc.ilthy condition. These famous pills are vegetable in harmless. leave no disagreeable after-effects and are not habit-forming. A box of Bccchahl's Pills in "the house is a protection afjainst the many annoying troubles caused by stomach itts, and lays the foundation For Prepiretf onlr hy Thomas Bccchcra, St. Helens, ire, England. Sojtf everywhere in Cancda en J U. S. In hosd. 23 c FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, (CANADIAN EXCURSIONS TO THE OLD COUNTRY LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TO ATLANTIC SEAPORTS IN CONNECTION WITH OCEAN TICKETS, VIA ALL STEAMSHIP LINES. Tickets on.Sale, Nov. ,13th; Dec. ,31st, 1916. Fijuil JJclimi Limit Mve Months 1'roni Date of Issue, For Full Information Apply to 3. B MITCHELL, Ticket Agent. I.ethbrldge. R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agpnt. Calgary. OF ALL KINDS COAL.C. O. D PHONE- 1345 Turner Witchcll Office'at Kennedy's 410 13th St. Storm Doors AND Storm Sashes ALL SIZES RIQHT'PRICES. YATKS PHONE .1334. ;