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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ..PAGE FOUR lUDcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per iveeK Daily, delivered, year Br.ily. by mail, per your .Weekly, by mail, per year JVeekly, by mail, per year to TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office VV. A. Buchanan Jorm Managing Director Business Manager Tares ot expiry of subscriptions ap- I PLV.I- daily on address label. -Accept' nnco of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue Uio sub- scription. beitifi tiblo to provide udoiiuuto iHmr- tcrs for tlio delegates who nmmally attend the Farmers' 1'arllamenl. As there'lire usually from SCO to lOffl uftriculturlsts In-attendant at U.P.A. conventions, and us tho sessions gen- ornlly. lost for Ihreo or'l'our davs. the average furmer voilld spend lor ac- commodation alone probably ?10. That means that Lcthbridgo has to pass up a convention which would have given It n whole lot ot good publicity and at tile same time put a lot ot money into circulation. It Is to be regretted that that city cannot this year take advan- tage ot an opportunity presented so strikingly to few cities. Lethbridge Is the centre of a district which has nod two unprecedented grain crops, and. as such, it was the logical meet- ing place for the next farmers' con- vention. Some cities and districts LKTHBniDGR DAILY Tl'KSDAY, OCTOBKH 191 (i }IGKED UP IN ASSINGIIUZI Tho Quebec legislature is Buuimou- etl for tho 7th of November. The Ontario provincial license com- mission will test tho salability ot so- called "wines for invalids." A shell-making plant at Wollar.d. tiuding women excel men, will employ 200 of them. Gait board ot trade proposes form- ins a joint stock company to erect a hotel. Your King and Country need you right now! The Toronto board of education re- the inclusion of Russian have had tlie gnoil fortune to harvest tllo srhool curriculum. John Connolly, liquor license in- for South Renfrew for 25 years, has been appointed for Renfrew county. It is now feared Unit Henry Sequin ami Theodore Leroy. missing mom- bers of tlie crew ot" the Roberval. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Victory rests once more with the Serbian armies on the western Mace- donian front. Yesterday's dispatches recorded their advance for more than .a mile beyond Kaimakcalan height. Important villages have been taken and strong Bulgarian counter-attacks against both the Serbian and the Bri- tish positions have been repulsed. Activity has been resumed on thej Einub-Tvestern Russian front, and a' new drive towards Lemberg is being undertaken. General Brusilott's forces have made considerable progress, and fl bumper crop in some particular year, and others have had bumper crops at Intervals. But no district that we '.mow of has ever been able to harvest two such crops on successive yenrs as has fallen to the lot of the Lotlibriilge district (luring 11-15 and 191C. "It is a pity that the Alberta farm ers could not get down to the heart j lost. GRAiN buuijm outright handled on commission. RETURNS made same day as received. ALL cheques for this dls- VJ trlct Issued by our Loth- bridge branch. Oct. 1. Tlio Dominion congress' 32ml con WN direct touch caT 1 buyers through our own g a t port department. NONE better equipped give you service. t n> 1 l 1 James Richardson anal n porfdepBnme.il. SuUoiw dealing .with the organized labor Mh lit tlie night session, which vie convention. t inj.n spirited contest. Ottawa was fur the convention of Hamilton, Quebec City and ntetl it. i. j were elected ;is follows Sons, Limited 201 Sherlock Bldg. Phone vice-nrusklenls, Established 1857. friar Watchman, Victoria, H. C.; Toronto; R. A. W. J. Lloyd, Man. Res Phone 36! M.M. Clark. Acct. Res Ph'n pmper, Ottawa. .yincial executives: Saskatche- U. II. Chatlwiek, Moose .Jaw, ___ j D siukai- ff M. Perry, Resiiui; K. R. .lud- IRRIGATtON LEGISLATION iVrince Albert. of that country next January. But the reasons are unique us well as gratifying; and the fact that prohib- ition and prosperity are filling the [hotels every day in the week to an extent which would exclude any largo transient demand will be accepted as one of the best reasons for a change of venue." .W. Puttee, 4, El 1'aso, Texas, Sept. Percy Cann, Wlimipo ic importance legal qiuis Kennedy, Winnipeg: J. i which will come liefore tlie ItjKvinnipes. Irrigation congress for Glockling, Torou- Welland county recruiting league which foundered in Lake Ontario, near jn passed a resolution calling upon the government for conscription, and will ask recruiting leagues through Dominion to endorse this action. sion and action when thi? cathuirnmiO: Aldmnan if. .1. Hal meets in El Paso, Texas, on Oct. Hamilton; W. Lodge. Ottawu; Y, -IS next, President H. R Hurge. Sutherland, Toronto. believed it necessary to .1. T. roster, Montreal, 1 cial committee oil legislation M. Walsh, Quebec; uiin wujiiuiiiLct; uji .u. aisn, ;nll of.a legal Gariepj- .Montreal- A. Lesper Miss Ethel Harriman. the debutante i submitted. jl amongst hjs crew. his J. Cartier of 2912 ClarU Street, Montreal, has been cured ,ot eczcnm by essences of roots and herbs. These however, instead of being crude as used by his prepared for modern use and put tip in the _......_ mir loirar an cvs i in i form of Zftm-HuU. Mr.Gnrtlcr, who Is Justice of the Pence and Assistant Cierk of'.the Circuit Court ot Montreal, says (here is nothing tluit.can conipnrc-with Zam-B.uk for thetrcntment of skin diseases. He goes on "Allow me to express to you my gratitude for the benefit 1 derived from the use of Zain-BuU. It Is the best remedy obtainable f 01 eczema. I always keep it in the house as our family doctor; its healing and curative power is immense. I have no objection to your publishing my letter, as 1 wish everyone to know the high quality of Zam-Buk." Znm-Buk is best, not only for but also for rlnu- worni, ukers, abscesses, rmi- nitifr sores, old wounds, blood- poisoning, boils, piles, burns, scalds, cuts and nil skin In- juries. All druggists or Zam- Buk Co.. Toronto, 50c. box, 3 for rnrr Send this coupon, rKtC name of paperaudlc. stamp (fot return postage) to Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, and free trial box will be sent you. This is a fine next-year storm- Premier Callagyropoulos ami his cabinet has resigned. Hear the news editor breathe a sigh of relief. are meeting with nothing like the stin opposition which they encountered iu previous drives. The Germans find themselves now unable to supply re- inforceraenls from other fronts strong tllis weeh- enough to give more than a ieeble resistance to the onswiuging Russians. The species 'knocker has disappear- More than prisoners have already ed completely from Southern Alberta. been taken by the Russians, in this] It's an unhealthy climate tor the new drive, which should culminate breed. very shortly in the re-capture the JLemherg fortress. Further trouble from Greece is re- ported in the resignation of the entire which is evidentl? due to the policy of the king as to his "future connections with the allies. ;ections of the country where lavid Hcei Keep in mind fie date of the King Manuel of Portugal.1 Arizona Joseph Cross jumble sale on Friday and Sat-! -iie Qnuiville Canadian hos-. Phoenix. ,...nni. JJQ irenerous. :ir Hatnseate. auci "Don't talk uf peace while the house IB says the German chan- cellor. The implied admission isn't saturated with optimism over present conditions in Germany. .'SOMETHING FOR WOULD-BE CANDIDATES TO PONDER With the return of tlie open season for municipal candidates comes the question of the proper qualifications of the man to fill the chair of the commissioner of public works. Three years ago, when the first campaign for the election of city commissioners was on, the Herald took a strong stand on this matter, holding that ihe men for commissioners ot public and public utilities should be practical men with engineering exper- ience, each to suit his own depart- .iment. The citizens of Lethuridge Fair directors will, we believe, take a lesson from the experience of the towns that held late season exhibi- H. Kl'j inspected me iji tin v me v-iiuuujiLii m.-j Phoenix. pital at Ramsgate, auci Chatham House California Frank Frep; Canadian hospital, and admired the K manner in which the institutions are, Colorado James W. McC conducted. j Greeley. I Miss Cora Nelson, age 21, school A. Goodard, T teacher of Spokane, died in 15 minutes from a wasp sting at her home. The >few Mexico H. B, Up back of her ear, hurt an effect, Crnces. according to the doctor. Queen's University, Kingston, has opened for its 76th session. Registra- tion was slow, but a good attendance is expected of younger students, those physically unfit for military service, and "coeds." The latter may this sea- A AVillistba. Cupper, S L. Batt.s Ausj -Steigm Lake City.. .JI. S. Dennis, [J Committeemen from NQ" towns that held late season exnioi- tions this year. Though there are anU COeuS. liUiei maj HUB acti-------Zi i L---- r. LI T son equal tlie men students in Oklahoma, .-South I jections against the early fair, they are.uot weighty enough to weigh against tha lack 'of attendance on the part of the farmer, who is. the man to benefit from the lessons taught by competitive displays of farm produce. The-C. P- R. plan to keep in force the hair rate on feeder cattle again this year is a wise move on the part of the company, feeders are bard to get, the Lethbridse district its thousands of tons of hay, cepted our advice then, and we be- 'should be the feeding ground for Jieve that three years ot experience thousands of cattle this winter. Farm- ers should try the experiment with a few 'animals. -have shown the plan to be the right .one. iWerhave no hesitancy therefore in .'Urging the same plan this year in con- neetion witli the election of a commis- sioner of public works. Mr. Grace possesses the qualifications to which we experience cou- with executive ability. No de- engineer has been required "during his term of office. The city has saved that expense. Ot course Mr. .Grace will have to.go before the elect- ors and convince them that his admin- i istration of ;his department has been satisfactory. We are not campaign- ing. What we wish to point out is j .that'the candidates for the position! all have engineering deal with the work of the department, before it would he right! -'for citizens" to consider them in I the light of possible occupants of the position mentioned. Major E. A. Duncan and W. B. Pratt of Coburg have'taken the contract to remove the rails and other scrap on the old Harwood railroad, owned by the Grand Trunk- The rails, it is understood, have beeu purchased by a dealer in Montreal and will be ship- ped to.the fighting zone. The Western Power Co. of Canada, Limited, has been incorporated by Do- minion letters patent, with headquar- ters at Montreal, and with a capital stock of The company .is empowered generally to; carry on ihe business of an electric light, heat and power -Charles Macpheroon Holt, and Alexander Chase-Cas- grain, K.C., are among'the iacorjjufai- ors. Wyoming; will be-namedjf President Burges -can lie? in those states with been .in. correspondence acceptance of ed. .The position will and'only those men who Ir to give the work upon them, will be givejp this committee. Much ed from the meeting tee at the Irrigation Corn' nection! with futur.e wa6a- TO STAND Tl Winnipeg. Sept. Dr. R. M. Simpson, chieai' cal staff at Camp Hughpe of conspiracy and .defif vince of Manitoba, wilime assizes November 7." Iaar will nrosec.ute for the f THE CALGARY NEWS- TELEGRAM .ATONES We lake it of the nasty things we have been saying ahout the ..attitude of. the Calgary newspapers toward Lethbridge. The Calgary News- Telegrani.'i chief offender, ihas atoned for past sins by admitting that Leth- bridge is the centre of. a district which has, produced :two enormous crops in successive years. The News-Telegram editorial, in .which it so pleasantly ad- mits that Lethbridge Is; the'centre of something, aaysrv presented by the of Lethbridge is commend- ed to attention of. doubters and the croakers who were quite satisfied that prohibition "would ruin the hotel business, the cities and towns, and at' the'same time fail to refluce. the traffic. A few .months ngo it-was, announced that.the Lethbridge jail, which for" many years has had a pretty generous, supply of prisoners, had not sufficient inmates to gather the year's crops.' Arid a Jew days ago it-was intimated that (bat city could not accept the ammul con- vention of the United -Farmers of Al- berta in January next, chiefly because the accommodation of the Lethbridge hotels is being taxed now and that there is little possibility oE that city a j. Sill and Yeut. Putting It Over The Line Many a man can think up plays in sport or business who rugged strength and energy to cany them out. Human power comes from food, and it is vitally essential. thl p contain the elements required by both body and good ball and in form for prompt digestion. Grape-Nuts with Cream combines all the nutriment of whole wheat and malted barley, including their mineral salts so necessary to thorough nourishment Grape-Nuts ia a winning to eat direct from package, easy to digest, ricHly wonderfully delicious. Every table should Have its daily ration of v; a Reason" MADE IN Co, Ltd., Windsor, Out. leading hospitals in States use Ivory Soap exclusively. This proves its purity. For medical practice demands aseptic cleanness and that is produced only by pure soap. Have you any proof of the purity of the soap you now use? 5 CENTS FLOATS Procter Gamble factories in Hamilton, Canada lilt PEACE W coyw. Rev. C. C. HcLaurin, superintendent of Baptist Jlisslons, lias Just return- ed from n trip through the Peace Riv- er district. Three years ago it re- quired a wagon and pack horse and a ride of eight days from Edsoa to take him to Grande Prairie. He wont in from Edmonton last week in a lit- tle more than 24 hours, on a train, with a Pullman and dining car. Though there is a partial crop failure liccauso of the dry season. and early their first failure of people are very optimistic. Strange to say, at Fort Vermilion, 250 'iniles north-east of Peace River Crossing, six hundred miles north of Lethbridge, the crop, which a bumper one, is untouched by rrost. Tlie oats ajro matured land eorn was seen over six feet high and numpcjins and ripe tomatoes as firm as in Ontario. It is a marvellous coun- try. RAULLUS SUNK London, Sept. agency reports that the British steamer Raul- lus has been sunk. The Rauilus was a steamer of !181 tons built in 1914. She was owned by the Cork Steam- ship company, Her recent move- ments have not been reported. December is wheat harvest month in New South Wales. A FORMER C. P. R. HEAD VERY IUL Regina, Oct. Mc- Nicolli vice-president of tlie C. P. H., is seriously ill at Qkanagaii Landing, D. C. A .special car passed' through Re- 'gina, carrying .a nurse from Montreal to ;attend him. He went to Okanagan this summer for his health. 'RAPE'S DIAPEPSIN" IS QUICKEST, SUREST STOMACH RELIEF TRY ITi Time it! Pape's Diapepsin will di- 1 gest anything you eat and overcome a sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach surely within five minutes. j If your meals don't fit comfortably, or what you .eat lies like a lump of lead in your: stomach, or if you hato heartburn, that is a sign of indiges- tion. Get from your pharmacist a fifty- cent case of Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose jusbas'soon Vs you can. There j will be. no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fulliifsa or i heavy feeling in the stomach, nan- j sea. debilitating headaches, dizziness or intestinal griping. This will all go. and, besides, there will he no sour food left over ill the stomach to poison your breath v.-ith navseous odors. Pn lie's Lliapcpsin is a certain cure for out-of order stomachs because it takes hold or your food and digests it juat the same as It. your stomach wasn't there. Relief in five minutes from all stom- ach misery is waiting for you at any drug store. These large fifty-cent cases contain enough "Pape's Diapepsin" to keep the entire family free from stomach disorders imd Indigestion for many months. It belongs iu your Advertisement. Why Should You En- dorse'the ills and Bills of a Piano- of: iut'r'rior make whvri you am got a, Itigli-griwlfl Masmi Uisch, ''Canada's first iincl foremost-Piano, tliu .Best Piano solil to .you direct from Pac- fory ''to H'oinc on the liasis of .a small rasl) payment, ilio Iwhmtf to be scltlcil in monthly riiius? -Tliu fact llnitiilu! MIIHIII Hintli Piitim is madu in our own factory sold to.'1'0 'lomc should be (if 'iiter- cst tu every ot. n piniio wlio looks for complete satisfaction in after .years. Mason RlSCh, Limited Balmoral Block 5th St., S. Lethbridge ;