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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE FOUR THE LKH1BRIDGE- iMHrf HERALD MONDAY, OCTOHKIl I. 1017 51) J Ictbbribge Deralo Hlbcrta v' 2MLYANOWEEKLY Subscription Rttea: Dally, delivered, per week .ID Dally, delivered per year Daily, by mall, per year.........M-W .Weekly, by mail, year by mall per year la U.S.-12.00 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office .W. A, Buchanan President and Uabagice Director John Torranca Duslness Manofiar Dates oTexplry ol saOiCripilons pear dally on address label Accept- ance of papers alter eiplratlon li pur authority to conUnus the tab- I-and Country You Right Nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR 'j Germany has sent no supplementary note to tho Pope concerning Us desires regarding Belgium, and Chancellor Bllchaells declares emphatically, lhal ijermany haa not renounced what she Jerms her advantages over (be allies in iwace negotiations by her possession of Ibo major portion of Belgium. In eminent and for partisan service. tact, the chancellor makes It clear (-That means that those Liberals and his attacks upon I him, when coupled vlUj latlsh praise (or goveruuifut that has eien beeu! Ircelr criticized, by Conservatives, j annoyed and Irritated Liberals. lu- stead of brJugliis Lioerals to support, ccnsrrlptloa. which Is certainly the paramount Issue of the moment, Dr. I Clarfc drove many faltering Liberals into sympathy with tho Laurler pol- icy. It mast be recognized by Coa-i sen-atives and Liberals alike lhal II Is nol easy for parly followers to aban- don lu a month or Itro a leader they have followed devotedly and enthusi- astically for a generation. The hulk of the Liberals differ with Sir Wilfrid will do so because they ran- act acrepl his policy; thty have aol lost their regard for the chieftain and they have not forgotten their chief- tain's long service to Canada, They place the winning of the -war above everything else and us long as Sir frlil will cot accept conscription as a means of raising men for service In the great war, they cannot approve his course. Dr. Clark could have taken that attitude and gained little hoslllily- On Ihe other hand Dr. Clark pul up to He Red Deer Liberals a proposi- tion of National government and non- partita, service durioB the war. On those conditions only would he ac- cept a Liberal nomination, la refus- ing nominate IV- Clark the Red Deer Liberals certainly placed them- selves OP record against national gov- CraiAKEOLD- II; pccu 'I.71 that Germany baa not renounced any :cupied territories, German raiJItarr bases m Bel- i continue to be Ih'e object of very effecllve attacks" by British airmen. Jbese attacks, carried out with such. Crequency, must be fast reducing these bases practically to Allied operations in East Africa con- linne ID be allended with succesg, ac- cording to latest dispatches, which re- cord "a further retirement of the Ger- man forces which are still holding out the British. -RAISING THE PATRIOTIC FUND. .The authorities responsible for the _Canadian Patriotic fund should real- ize thai the voluntary system of giv- V big has lost public favor and that A- taxation will -bays to be resorted to. Albert a is on record in favor of Lara-' ton.- Taiallon is tbo only lair sys- i_" Conscription Is the only demo-- method of mislay men for mill- i; tary. 4 -Eervtce. Conscription means .and'as long.as .WB colu men lo fight for as, we cannot ei other people to give volnrilary, tbeir are avoiding giv- tr. and Mra. Qco, Kaump and Jtra B, B. Holbrook were Letdbrldgc fthop- pers Salurdar, '._ t, J. Mulr spe'nl Siin'tlay 'al his lioine In .MM I cine UnL We are glad lo report that Mrs. N A. Lacey Is'recovering from her 11 ncjs, In the Oak hospital in I-tlh hriJge. Mr. O. A, Holdcn and Wm. Shcrlda who accompanied Mr. anil Mrs. O. I HauKhinan, (o Montana, riave again re turned to Travcrs, Mrs, A. S, Hucnan vlBlilnp friend In Talier, where she formerly laugh achool, Air. and Mrs, nave niorc Inlo Iho Mr. arid "Hoy Mr. N'elvell, BUCceRa'or of S. 3. -Ila pen. has hcen lrtinsfcrrr.il from th! potni as u'epui t Mr, Oooihvln, Mr. IViBcnl Ncl.ion of thin town was flnrlonnly Injured wrealllng on .Main fllreel lasl wtek, tut we arb clad lo Rfjow'tbal he and ..has returnpi] hla hoiiifi il V Mr. 0. A. Ilolclcn and (If-ralil Kllloll motored fo Medicine Hal where the fiiKcr ftlcd on (and. J, IJ. Carpenter, n rancher of Morna, federal olRccrs who ar- rested him for failing to register, thfit be did not know there was a on between Germany and the Stales. LucknOTT citizens and the Windsor District Meeting ot .Mellu.d.sls passed resolutions urging ihe food controll- er lo slop the USD or grain for manu- facture of'ukoliolic bereraees- Frank Shepherd, JI.P. for N'aaairao, has been appointed Dominion inspec- tor ot dredging for British Columhla. He will therefore not run again for the federal house. Rev. Dr. Duncan McDonald, one ot Ihe pioneer .Presbyterian ministers of Canada, died al Edmonton, Ile had been located at Uryfeoh and Creeniore stock business, ami is now looking over some ranches with the view of sbuylng a small amount of jaud. and leasing a few LilndrcU acres. Ho fti- temla to start with well bred stock. M, Ballllc sold a quarter section of lajul in the Kwelmc district at a good price. fn tho cast ucforc coming to Alberla.; J hot be conrictcd. J. Walker, of prince Albert, has been appointed manager of tho Impcris! bank at Brandon. W. M. Sellcns. of Moose Jaw. gQ" to Prince Albert, anil F, Scrlmes, of noslhcin to Jaw. The Conservatives ol'Knsl Middle-" sex will meet soon (o sclci-t n stand- ard-bearer lor Ibe anproacMng federal general election. 11 appears that S. Frank Glass, II. P. -for Eabt IxinJon, will be again the honor. H, Kcnncll, who lias Lcen awarded Hie' Military Cross, was ns- Blatant registrar" al (he University ot Toronto before going overseas with a drajl for. iho I'rinctss Patricias. Or- iginally of Navance, he had for a number of years resided in Toronto, A fine of and costs .was banded out to" Guy by Magistrate Da- vidson al Calvary. This Js tbe rase where provincial itelcctives discover- ed a number of bottles of whiskey nid- tlen a Jeiv feet from a sbaik which wns occupied by They hud not'fouhd any liquor In the slinck, and J. -JlcKinlcy Catssrps ronientJcil ibat as -there bad been nothing lo prove )Valsh Ibe owner of (he llriuor he could Crier Orus.. on WiiKttui Creek, bavu ai> average of over 23 bush o la per aero .No. 1 wWat. SlowarL and Sous. I C. Ifrowii, at Poarce threshed over 30 bushels on some of their land. Tho Maeleoa Mflllnfi Co. expect to bo ready to receive grain lit their elevator, oad alfo liavo Ibelr mill run- iilntj again In a few days. Sere I. Heap lias moved his family to Calgary, where lie is now locateU. Holly day lu the Sunday schools ID Macleod was very lulereatlng for all Sunday school workers. VrofTiwa were maUo attractive by the children and older members ol the schools. In the police court during the past week several small cases were dispos- ed of. Among lUese A. F. Grady ap- licareJ for vlolafloo of (be motor ve- hicles acl. Old-Timer Dead Sergt. Fred Haley, for a number of yearn u iiioat" ol the H.JJ.W.M.P-i uuil au oM-tliner, died, ID the hospital anJ was glveu a military funeral, from tho Church of left Ibi force about 10 years ago. J. A. Slruthcri.'k farmer Hrlng a few miles east of MacJeod, while Ing Iho wage queitloa with one of his men. was attacked by him and knock- fit dowa. Tito police have matter In hand, and the case will lu. court In a few days. X J. C. Dyer, who hai been ab- sent for two months visiting hta sick son In England. Is expected home the firbl week lu October. Members of the lied Cross are re- ceiving much help from the town and district In connect km with their Christ- mas boxes, whlclt-lbey Intend to send, one to every man or boy who has gone oversea a. They are making i request for Ihn address of'earh one, and will be delighted If friends will kindly for wcml ilieso (o Ihe'soctety. "One Meatleu Mem a Day" is a good food slogan for war time, or any make it two meatless mtals a would mean health and strength for' the'" nation. But be sure and get the right substitute far 'meat in a digestibleform. Shredded Wheat Bisctff. Js.the ideal substitute for meat. It is 100 per cent, whole wheat prepared inv a" digestible form. Two or .three of these little loaves of-baked whole wheat make a .nourishing, satisfying meal-at a cost of only.a few .Delicious with milk or creanvor fruits of any. kind.. Made in Canada. OOK tliis week for the Perfection 'Oil Heater display in your dealer's window. hardware and department stores from British Columbia to New- foundland are co-operating this week lo demonstrate the economy, convenience and comfort of Perfection Oil Heaters. A Perfection costs little to buy and little to use. Gives 8 liotirs of. generous warmth on a gallon of ROYALITli COAL OIL. Cheaper than coal or wood even iehcn these are cheap. Starts heating at the touch of a match.. Brings warmth to any part of the house. Chases chills from cold corners. Look for.- the display. Examine the heater. Compare the cosl. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY ;