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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH THE DAILY HERALD.. TUESDAY, NOVKMBEH ffbe ietbbrtbgs I5eralt> letbbribge, alberta HJ DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week IOC Daily, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per year 00 j Weekly, by maii, per year Weekly, by mall, per your to U.S..52.03 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrancfl Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry ot subscriptions ap- pear df'ty on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the subscrip- tion. KEEP THEJUDDIES WELL Buy Rubbers and Overshoes For Their Little Feet and at tho Same Time Save the Expensive Shoos From Injury by Water, Ice and Snow woman who several tots to provide with shoes will welcome the announcement that, through the efforts of the British Government, the price ot rubber has been reduced so that tho rubber shoes that keep the little ones' feet dry have not advanced in price, as other footwear has. Here's an opportunity for the mother to Keep the kiddles dry-shod and. at the time, save the expensive little shoes. that have aimost doubled in price. Mothers should buy rubbers this fall, not only to keep the children's feet firy, but to keep the fall rnlns and the snow water from rotting the expensive leather in their shoes. The economical woman will appre- ciate this anil at the same time hers will be a patriotic act, service to the British Government, every time she buys a pair of rubbers. 21 THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR rapidly h.s .he situation "long r chancellor the Rumanian frontier bean reversed' within the past few weeks, that it IB almost impossible to realize the ser- iousness of the situation Rumania now finds herself in as a result of the new Teutonic offensive. Von Mackensen's declares in favor of arbitration. It Is a sign ihat Germany sees defeat staring H in ifcs Jsce and it desires to court the sympathies of the world. It wants peace. The de- claration immediately followed the speech delivered by Viscount Grey. BrlUaiTs Foreign Minister, to the Brit- ish Eninire Presn Association. In that! forces are sweeping down the Danube ;it a great, pace, and are now threat- ening the Rumanian capital, upon which they ore rapidly closing in. r> speech tiie viscount said: Czar Nicholas. has .gone to v to confer with King Ferdinand. The! Teutons have effected a crossing of the Dannhe nf two points, and the Rumanians announce the withdrawal of their line from the river Alt. On the Macedonian front Bulgarian attacks on the Serbians have been re- pulsed. The western front is reported to be quiet. MUST BE NO DELAY IN SETTLING STRIKE The "I take- it on the word of the Minister that we shall fight until we have established the supremacy and right of free development under equal conditions, each iu accordance wiih iis genius, of all States, great and small, as a family of civilized man- kind." We are not left in doubt as to Ger- many's answer. On November Sth. Chancellor von Bethmann-Hollweg speaking to what is called the Mai! You'll keep the bath- tub brilliantly white and sanitary, if you use Old Dutch GERMAN SNIPER'S new pattern German sniper's Ueimet. now the trophy of n Canadian officer. The front attachment is made or Krupp steel a quarter of ail iuch thick anil is only put on when the uiau is sniping. GRAIN BROKERS DIRECTORY A prominent Lntlitiriilfio fur; HUM- walked Into our ofi'ico tho' o'ltor day. "1 used to soil harloy to Junior. Rk'htmlrion in Kingston fifty years ho said, "and I want to tlo IniHiness with tin? ilnu strain." The prlct'ii high and tho slHViuls lu'iv.-ocik cnidf-n ao wldo- UilK year that tlu; nord of expert work nil ulmig tho In Al- licrta. iii and in is even Kruntur than usual. Tlio kind uf si-rvico that llvoa in a man's memory for fifty year? Is yours wlmn you inaho your biMs of liuliug read '.Notify .inline Richardson flons, Urn- ileil." For cnr seals, niarlUTS and daily yricit! curds without cost or write 20.1 Sher- lock BJdg.. IjDilitirii'go or phone 777. Manager's residence, phono UP PASSING MAN The 187th battalion has left gary for overseas. threatened strike of the coal! Committee of the Reichstag, mad of Ajbarta anil South-eastern jspecific reference to this statement bs has developed, and one of He Insisted, of con: 1 that the war was forced upon Germany arid that as a consequence German} be entitled to ask for guaran B. C. gravest situations Western Canafla lias ever faced has been precipitated. With winter right on us the prospect ot a fuel famine on the prairies is far from a pleasant one for the household-! er to contemplate, and quite naturally] he is asking questions. What he want's to know in particular is when the strike is going to end. He may be mildly concerned with the cause; he is greatly concerned about the effect. The miners have made a demand on the for a twenty-five per i against similar attacks in the fu But-he added much the most liflcant statement that has been 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 could be guaranteed per manently by international organiza tionp' such as arbitration courts. shall not discuss the theoretical as- cent. wage increase, and declare their fpectfi of the problem in this place intention of getting it. The operators But from the standpoint of matters of on the other hand, ceclare they wffl not grant tie advance, that It -would ruin their business, and hint that it is useless to carry on negotiation? with the miners' organization. j{ a[ after the end of the war the world will only become fully cnn- horrifying destruction of For two ever since the. min- tore out crs made their demand, the prospect ja cry for pQaceful arrangements and of a strike has been before the which, as far as they era public It was plainly evident are wlthia human power, will prevent from the temper displayed by both j aides, that-there was no common. ajld ttat It must lead to ground on which, they could meet to j gome result. adjust their differences amicably. Thatj will honestly- co-operate the ftiamination of every will two-weeks has gone, the strike the examination of every em to find..a practical come, and the government has barely coljaborate for itg possible realization, lifted a "hand. The Department ofjThis'-'all the more if the war, as we Labor has proven itself, lamentably weak in handling the situation. "When expect anil-trust, brings about politi- cal conditions that do full justice to the free development of all nations, of small as well as great nations." Germany is getting down off its war horse. It wants peace, and ap- parently peace forever. It is to bo hoped the Chancellor means what he IE does, then ,f Bob Rogers has the finest chance in world to settle another coal strike. The manicipal campaign shows Blgna of life, but doesn't threaten to become at all rampant. it first became evident that the parties to the controversy could not get to- gether, the public had a right to look to the Department of Labor to take gome immediate action. Instead ofj leaving matters to the fair wage offl-i in the district to handle, the and tfaat he sPeaks for 'est officials of thejlepartment should have been on learning tie conditions at first, hand and endeavor- ing -to arrive at a basis for negotia- tions. The result of this failure on the part of the Government is that a ireefc or two.will now be wasted with officials from both sides now In Ot- tawa, gathering this information which should have been in the hands of the Department officials long ago. The loss of those two weeks is likely to prove serious to the western public .now without fuel. However, the Department of Labor's inactivity up to the present should not prevent the Government from taking active steps to meet the situation which has resulted. .The west must have fuel. Not a single' day's pro1 dtiction can afford to be lost. The West's coal production must be kept up if her production in other lines is to 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- crate the mines. As a last resort, rather than that coai production should be suspended Indefinitely, the government would meet .with popular favor by taking such a drastic step. If the government realizes what the can look to- a lasting world- Two weeks ago the gas burning half of Lethbridge froze. Now the coal burning half is threatened. Do you burn gas or coal? itoppage of work in the mines means to Alberta and Saskatchewan, there will be no more dilly-dallying in handl- ing the situation. The C. P. R. loses the services of another valuable official through the removal-by death of Vice President He was a man who ac complished things and hefped to mini company's organization up to high 'state of efficiency. New iu the- line of contractors' ma- chinery is a hand-oil era ted concrete miser that can bo run by one man. Aid. R. B. Douglas will contest South Edmonton for the Aiberta leg- islature as the Liberal candidate. W. D. Bentley is the Conservative candidate for the Alberta legislature in Acadia constituency. After an illness of only a week. J John Flaipin, Peterboio, passed away. Mr. Halpin u-as born in Peterboro in 1S56. Simcoe Ministerial Association tie'' termined on an organization to cover Norfolk count v to assist in recruit- ing. Lieut. Guy Rutter told Toronto we'd Cross workers that the German trenches were constructed for per- manent' shelter. The Military Cross has ben award- ed to Capt. (Dr.) Kenneth E. Cooke, formerly a practitioner in Terrace Hill, Bcantford. William O'Donnell, for the past 33 years a member of the Stratford po- lice force, will -retire on- superanua- tion at the end ot" the year. He is seventy-three years old. Cai-i TI'e Stratford Court of Revision 'lopped the assessments 01 nine hotels. Rev. A. McTaggart. pastor of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church is candidate for alderman in Calgary, Correspondent) Cardston. Nov. infant child of Mr. anil Mrs. RobL Reede Jr., died oil Saturday after a hard struggle for life. The funeral services were con- ducted at tins home yesterday by Bishop Wm. Duce of Cardstou second ward. The house was filled with sympathizing friends and a very im- pressive service was held. Threshing operations have been go- A branch of the .Merchants Bank is ing on rather fitfully ns the light falls ueing opened at Niagara Falls with) of snow every other day or so have J. C. Clarks Tuorold as manager.] continually retarded'tht; work. Stack threshing, however, has not been liia- Major n. n. Eaton. Liberal M.P.P.. for I-iamI Hills, Alberta, has been vouutied in action. By an almost unanimous vote the Toronto council of AVomen, put itsell on record as being in favor of con- John H. Cook, who in a fit of des- pondency cut his throat with a razor. dered and those who have taken this selves. Prom '10 to 50 per cant, re- mains still to be dono taking this tils-! trlct as a whole. Grand Bail I Too Oddfellows dancing parly was' largely nttended on Friday niglit last and a neat sum was realized on the iluancial end of ft. Fred Best was S master of, ceremonies and gave entire satisfaction. The weather being mild conduced to tho very gratifying nt-i tendance. The Women's Institute On Saturday afternoon there was a' very goad attendance nr the big din-. ner given in the Spencer Cafe by the officers and members of Women's institute. As usual the la-1 dies gave tho public the best value possible for their money in the dinner which was served very pleasingly, i At the Alberta Stake oilirers' moot- ing held on Saturday there was? passed i a resolution to place this stake in liar- i mony with the church as to the cloa-'j ing hours for all parties and social gatherings as recently given by tho Mutual Improvement association gen- was unanimous to cloa all entertainments ami uuljlic Ratlin'- J; ings at 11 o'c-Iock p.m. that are inidor 1 1 5ALBERG GRAIN LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, "ALWAYS WORKING" You iimy make money by let- ting us bid on your ncxl car of iKUloy or IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Our Winnipeg ami Lntlibrfdgo offices SERVICE. "TRY US" J. H. TALLING Local Manager Office Phone 1580 Residence 572 precaution are congratulating them-j control of the L. D. S. church. died in the Bellevitli pital of shock. e general hos- Tho late Lieutenant Governor Me- Keen, cf Xova Scotia. left an estate of left to Pres- byterian church movements. The Welland board of trade has pletlicd 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 SU..OOO attained iis aim except about which the directors have ;uaranteed. Falling stories from a building j The Explosives Department of the being constructed by the Campbell: Imperial Munitions Board requires .Milling company in West workmen at once, and will give pref- Joseph Pearn, a carpenter, sustained fatal injuries, Magistrate Fraser decided that Pol- ice Constable Frank Farrell of Nia- gara Falls' had not exceeded his du- :ies in searching Ban Saason, a, bar- ber, for a "bottle of liquor. Seven young'West Zorra farmers were fined in all ?5l and costs for .airing a neighbor in the presence of iis bride, whom they also tied to a post in. the born. J. C. Dow-sett ex-president or the Edmonton Board of Trade diet! in Victoria. He was engaged in the wholesale hardware business when in Edmonton. erence to returned soldiers. John Lodge, a thrasher, of Dntton, was fatally Injured when "his coat caught in a cog wheel of the engine and his borly was drawn through a set of gears. Miss Alice Cruise of _a graduate of the Methodist Deaconess Training Schon! Toronto, has been. appointed general secretary of the Y.W.C.A. of St. Thomas. Hon. Frank E. Hodgins, of 'Toronto has appointed a justice of the appellate- division of the supreme court and a locr.l judge in admiralty of the exchequer court for Toronto district. v Negotiations, it is said; arc under Lieut. Leonard J. Hextall, son of. the late John and Mrs. HcxtaU, j way which v.-jll likely result in the former residents of Calgary, has been! establishment of a paper mil! within Juat keep it in mind that Lethbridg is recruiting a depot battery. Every chance you get give it a boost. Leth bridge's artillery units have always heen noted for the fine type of young men composing them and this one is no exception. SIGNIFICANT UTTERANCE OF GERMAN CHANCELLOR Germany is changing its attitude. Imbued with the Idea.that.war is the 6nly method of settling disputes be- tween nations it BOW veers around, The report President Marnoch brings back from the Lethbritlge-Wey- burn branch is moat optimistic. This flourishing young district of Southern Alberta promises to keep up the splen- did reputation of tht older districts. The new line has added a fine terri- tory to Lethbrldgc. Ontario druggists. according to their president, find that" trouble fearcu by the operation of 3ie temperance act had not killed in action. While in Calgary was presideut. o.f the Bowness Im- provement Co., but the greater part of his time'was spent at the Guelph Agricultural College, from which he graduated with honors in; the spring of 1913. The fortunes of war fire strikingly revealed in the story of tlie death in action of Private .Michael Walsh and the escape of Pte. Harry Kinsman, both of Stratford. They volunteered to bring in a wounded comrade from "No man's land." As ihey were carry- ing the wounded man back to the Canadian lines, Walsh and Kinsman changed ends on the stretcher. A moment later a German sbel! killed Walsh, while Kinsman escaped with slight injuries. 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? 9 CENTS IVORY SOAP PURE 'Tr Procter Gamble Factories in tkiniihon, Canada OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1434. SMITH, MURPHY CO, HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone at our expense if you have grain to handle. We. can assure you the. best price the mark'ct' wM! stand and give you courteous "Service "rd prompt returns. N. T. MACLEOD, MA. -iGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHERLOCK BIMLDING THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE i B the limits oC the city of Winnipeg. J. D. ,Mc Arthur, lumberman, mer- chant, railway builder and owner, is tho mar. 'behind. Tho proposed mill is to have a capacity of 50 tons'a, day and will give is! expected, to about 500 handB. Tom Henderson, an agent of the' Western I.iTe .Insurance i was charged at Oigary with selling shares in that particular company. necessary II- ntHities com- HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR did not have tl: cense from the public mission. Tho magistrate fine of and costs vyon Henderson, with the oinion ni three months in Macleod jail, and costs was A further fine of S200 upon the coni- pany, the office of which is .in Winnipeg. All Women Need a cprrective, occasionally, to right a disordered stomach, which is the cause of so much sick headache, 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 bowels, assisting and regulating these organs, and keeping them in a healthy condition. These famous pills are vegetable in harmless, leave no disagreeable after-effects and are not habit-forming, A box of Beecham'a Pills in tha house is a protection against the many annoying troubles caused by stomach ills, and lays the foundation For .0, PreptrsJ onlf by Bcccham, St. Hdeoi, LnncaV. ire, En fit a nJ. Sold everywhere in Canada eaJ U. S. America. In tioxeV. 25 Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mgr, STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Our entire organization is at your Bcrrioo and with out exper- ience wo can safely guarantee to gat you' the bust. priruB for your grain at any time and fw any grade or kind of grain. Phone M 1922 Calgary) For Office 1365 LathbridfjO Quota- Roc. 1811 Ltthbrldgn) tlons. Sec Our Agento who are In your district, J. A, CUMMINQ Lothbridgo Manager I' YOUR TO FURNACE Gco. R. Dixon .PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCrv 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, Final Kelimi Limit Five Months From .Date of Issue. For Full Information Apply to S. 8 MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, I.ntlilirldge. R. DAWSON, District Panscngor Agent, Calsary. OF ALL KINDS COAL.C. O. D PHONE 13 Turner Witelic.ll Office'at Kennedy's 410 13th St. POOFS AND Storm Sashes ALL SIZES RIGHT'PRICES. BECKER YATES PHONE 1331. ;