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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE FOUB TUX. nAn.f OCTOHEK 3, Derail alberta 2AILY Kubttflptlcn Daily, by mill, per year Weekly, by mall. ffteklr. by taafl, lo tI-50 TELEPHONES Suslncss Office Editorial Office W. A. President and lohn Torrance Director Daies ol eiplrj- of juoiCTlpUons ap- dally on addrtsi Accept- loca of papers ifter eiplrMlon data u aur nurJiorllj- to coDUnaa aaV Your King ind Gauntry Yui Might Now I THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR tThe ol Lhe great successes o! I tho in 'Mesopottititt and East i Africa coroeg after months of silence !ropi .these. tbeatr.es, ot war. .Yester- day's dispatches .told ol the eiienl of '.he British adrance in Mesopotamia, Vhere the. capture of .Ratcadte north f Bagdad Tif'aa' ap- parent entire soul of tbe enemy, aud 'Jie, rapture of.orer7 -idiW prisoners. .News fro 01- Flanders Indicates Ibe coajpfcle repulse of the. German al- temple to recaplore positions from Ibe British. The enemy allncks were ac- companied by heavy looses iaBlcted by the Brillsh. There Is Increased enemy artillery activity along the French front, pre- Jaging probably enemy attacks on the MCUEB and elsewhere. Aerial raids bare been the feature Df (.tie past weefc, not only on behalf ot Ihe enemy, but also by Hilled airmen, who have dropped bombs OD towns, and have inflicted further heavy damage on German bases In Belgium. THE ARGENTINE'S' MILITARY STRENGtuL The army of Argentine mo- bilized would total ap'proxmlately well trained men. U Is ji ua- tiovml mUUia organized to a eiieul on the Sfrlss system; Service Is compulsory [or all cilitehs between the ages of 2uJ Tne active Briny Is made up of Volunteers or men froi'i 20 to 31'years lea years', service in the Xattoaal Guard, and finally fira years in the Territorial Guard. The active army In peace times Is Bboiit officers and msn. 'The reserve numbers, Tie Infantry treapon Is the if laser magazine ihe cavalry use the .carbine-1 the same pattern. The artillery has the Krapp 75 field-piece. In marks ma nihip and mili- tary drill among reservists Is kept up through nuiDBroua rifle clubs and mill organizations. There are frequent contests with valuable prices tortioth shooUnE aod drJUIng. Some or'Lhe schools tiave military drill. For convenience In mobilizing the country divided Into five military dlslrltlE, each of Trhlch 13 3lipposet! Lo furnish immediately on declaration ot Tvar a well-drilled and fully supplied dhision of men. According lo the lest budget there were on the pay roll ot active service 6 generals of dlrislon, 12 generals of brigade, -70 colonels, 150 lieutenant colonels, 200 majors, 320 first lieutenants, 300 lieutenants, H under Heutena.nU ?rfd prlTite; In 1513 HD aviation school connecter with the army was opened si Buenos Aires. tbuie must be. a rectlflcaUon ol the trcmHer.' I "On several occasions when I asked j (he- Chancellor whether Germany werfti wIDiiIK lo withdraw from Belgium be ahvaya said. but wkh euarau lees.' Finally. Ja January, 1917, when life was again Ulklus ot peace. 1 said: "'Wial arr .these peace icrms to which you continually? you 1 allow me to ask a few quesltous as to (he GcrmauJ Ueljluial1 "The Chancellor answered, bu'. "I jaicf, are these guaran- 111 le replied: must possibly uave the forts of Liege and -N'aruur. We must hare other forts and rlsoos throughout IJelftium. We nuui have possession, ul the railroad lines, roust hare of the ports uther means of communication. The Belgians irlH nol be allowed to njnlolaln army, but we must be allowed 4o retain a large army In Bel- glum. We muEl have commerclsl can- trot of Apropos of Germany's proposition to bare separate administrations main- tained In respectively the Flemish and Walloon districts of Belgium "because this separation corresponds lo tbe wishes ot a majority ol the countless documents'show the extent to which (he German admin- istration has gone to bring this sep- aration about and the refusal o( both1 Flemings and the Walloons to accept It." Now, we would dare the civlHz ed world, the nations fighting for dem- ocracy, permit a peace of the Kind nany asks. Belgium, a nation thai did not want war, a nation thai was promised protection of ils neutrality by Germany, Is !t lo become a vassal of A Gorman dictated peace would mean nothing else. Once Germany bad a upon Belgium It would be Inspired..wltb renewed slrengln and it would proceed In Us mad at- tempts lo dominate and conquer some other countries by precipitating an- other cruel war whenever tbe oc- aston demanded. There can be no eace for Germany that does not mean n assurance of permanent peace for he world. Sasfc., will change its name o Leader. Which leader, Ihe Kegloa er of.! Leader WlHOu'fhby or .eider Mart In T PICKED UP PA. SSING" MAN John Gibb also bavo cars. tLo ecbool ot Homo Nursing under j Mr W. 7. Puiwtf uorecslns a ftiso direedou uf of ou tho corner Ma former IIUIIIQ WBB. Tho MIHSM llonlta CrilchfkUI anJ Clco Head have relumed irimi Cards- ihdy IM-OII alieoOlug Klour dropped 40c a. barrel la Chi- cago. A. A.-VcLean, Conservative M.P. lor Queene. will nnt seeX lion. "Muddle-faeiilcd, pleccu-lhered ra- wore deuouuccd by President j Schurman of Cornell university, lu ad- dressing The arrcsl of geventeen Swedish agents ol an. Import nut Gerniau in Hi- ry organization, Is nu- uounceU at i'etragrad. The French supreme court, rejected Lhe appeal of iho Dutch dancer Mata IlaM. who recently vis condemned (o death as a spy court roar I (a I. The number of plants One-man cars -will IIP operaled on the Cresccut llclglns route In L'algary. i L Major II. G. Wtakens. of Toruuio. was killed (n-flcilon. A protest has licen fileJ agalual the election of Hon. C. Cross lu Edson. Wlunlyeg city council voled to the Red CroJs. John Keys, a City hotel- keeper, died suddenly at V.'lnnl.iefi, p, VanmuviT cou- tcrred Ihe. degree of upon Hov. J. S. Henderson. Tho Kttiora cbuiicll apjvolnleil as chlof of the fire brlgaile, Frederick Da- i b6la. of SaUll Ste. Marie, O'U. In Iho UullciL States in the .Tfli Calgair .Alberlan pays La ollElle le Lhe.Bourassa of Ihe United itates and it might hare added (hat Gronna of North Dakota, Is the Ei-Speaker Alarcll, French Lib- eral who'opposed cOQstrlpflpn daring he recent session of wrlt- ng In (he Herald, Ibe es ID Quebec have made admirable appoint meats to the local tribunals, Q nearly every case the mayor or he Tlllafe. cotary has been selected, find Ihe people already [eel that the Is to he Tnoderatelv and fairly en 'orced. THE GERMAN OF Germany's .reply to Jhe..Pope offer -the evacuation of Belgium on certain that Srii whoJI; favorable to Cfirroapy, arid dftlHraenta to Belginm the cause of smnl 'Germany, H note, mn9l.hB.ve Ihs right her economic enterprises freely t especially In Antwerp; In his booh, ''My Four Years" In Ger- Jag. W.Gerard, former U.S, am- making ol dyes luffs has Increased In ee years from five to nearly two ndred. The minister of'fheTiitcrlor has or- the arrest of Nikolai I.enlne, extremist leader, If ho t? found In' jrad oulsldo' tlie'deniocrallc con.- ess, s tmoveaienj Is. .on. Toot lo liavc ngston Liberals sign a petition sup- R Xtcfcle as the union can- date. As a resnll of eBllcg green wild toe dealli occurred of the little ur-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ilo- rt Gordon, Smllhs Falls, The milk producers of Oxford coun- have flsfcod from Is co J2.73 a hundred pounds from e Clly Dairy, Toronto. The daughter of Pic, Ichael Fiimegan. now In France, fell .0 a pall of boiling Tvaler at St. U. and died. Toronto warmly welcomed Major illlam A. D.S.O., 51.C.. Owen Sound, Ihe avlfiler, wno has ought down meny..German'airplanes. llabbl said lo be 3 years old, died at Brooklyn, K.Y. e was married three times and left S descendants consisting ot five gen- fltiODS.' Mrs% Gareau, wire of JI. J. Gareau, rcbasing agent of tbe Bank ol Koch -There hare been frequent'propo bat Hon. B. X- Rhodes should he made permanent.Speaker of the dlin House ot Commons. No better appointment could he made. The idea oi" a .perraarieril" Speaker. Is too Mr. KhcHjiM tilled the Speaker's cbalr during, the recent Eesalon of plrlla meet wllb fairness and dignity. sTenleen yftara ago Lhe Brltlari Empire was at war with Ihe Transvaa Republic, chiefly on the question o citizenship, political rights of the Hrl tlah born In Lhal state. The principle! of political rlgbU of small nation all lies, the sac redness of treaties, are a stake In this great, war; yet notwlth ilinding -Ihat fact the parliament o Canada, tdr-rensonn which ctnnot b Justified, pofnLA out the SasNalooi Pnoenli, has done violence to Lh rights of Individuals fa'thfe cou "There -will be no serious oulbrea or any real (rouble 1n the enfarcemen of Conscription IB the prorlnce of Qt fa the opinion of Alex. Hoy has'Just returned to Ca frorri a visit to-Monlfeal We are inclined lo'think Nl Roils'Is right.' in Ihe Quebe p'cdpje, JSad Quebec right.lead, done Irt'pa bassador at, Berlin, tells of a con Uon lie had laal- January -with eellor von BetSmann Ilollwog.iwhoae ilatemcnU concerning Lhe "evacuation of Belgiura.on certain are R fafrly goorl fdrccasl o( the 'offer, feide verbally to tbe Papal. Nuncio at MunlC'h'as 'a. Bupplemerti-to reply1 lo Lhe Mr. Gerard (hla Incident: "t .'I-don'f.eee that j'flu hare Jefl Rfacft'.for (he Uelglana, .excepting thai Kl.ug -Alborj. will liavc Iho. right In the var as as any ul th to reside: at "And Ihe bfuncellor answered: 'We cannot allcrw.HeJgluui'ln'be ac nil I post of EnjUnd.V "Tdd riot suppose the on Ihs otrJdr'htnd.-'wfEh U (o become. an outpost of I -TJrpJlz' ;wM cdasl of Jri, order lo rnafct jrar'on Knglnnrl and VI iljicri .askeih 'How aliotit iVortli- ,'trn i.'.'.'VWfe' arc willing to leave Northern IribChnncftllor other provinces, H la onljr Lhe rl raft Uiafare causing Lhc aritlconacrl Lion UgHallon on Lhe soap boxes Montreal. .Our Socialist friends, observes tl ha-re'lhelf par troubles, Ihe XBmc as Ibo real of i Ontf prominent. Red Dscr farmer ciallsl .Is now 'or. Ibfe cftrpet Ijeca ho has been- aealnat the i and has rfrluacd.lo-conlrlbule lo funds] has Invested In go eminent-war.bonds bearing 6 per re InlcreBi and no 'Now la he capitalist; or only one-of-the pro Is he aiding the war or no The brtlhren say he 19 a bloated ca Itallsl and Is supnortlnc the war. I ho Is A 'product of economfc cIooily i.i revival work. Severily-fivc women physicians will pall from New; Yoj-k tor Franco shortly to Attend to (he female of recaptured districls, Ceo. Uara, ot tbe C.P.U.. lold the Canadian TicXet Agcnis' association In coiiveotlon at Montreal that female ticket colleclors on trains are to be expected. At n convenlfon held in Kitchener, of the .Social Usmocrallc party it decided lo nominate candidates fur the for I beaming federal elections iu North Water I oo. John -A. JlcMJllfln, Liberal M.P. for Glengarry, is iirgeil lo run as a wln-the-war Tbe Liberals aga, Montreal, poured gasoline over, bare another candidate In UiolfieM. rselt and set her clothing afire, ath resulllne from'her burns. She as demented, The T. Eaton Co. has purchased i X> tnlnlon Retina's atblelic vouhd3.for: .and will erect a on tbe received by ;Mrs. Fred emberfoii of brought the rs of.lbe death aVWlckVursl Man- 'tVeald; Kngland, of ev. Canon formerly ot continues to lift oachera' nets" off Loug Capt- oli a son and his trev. unloading 112 els at Port Ihe lolal rice Saturday la" 420.'- U la assured'. (hit E. S. "Iglc, .srfca as com- indldg officer of thfe; famous ISih illallon, will be qffered the .nomina on by the Conse'cTaltVjes'pf Xorlh Charles DurkhblOer, "of Tlleonburg n a charge of stealing gas from Lhe Gas Installing an Salt LuKe. They were bpih. success- (ul lu visaing (bo cxamliiattou. Alps. McFco, former ot Montreal Com Hi dm 11 fee. Is dead. rrresistifete Melba ihc worU stops to listen. Those vho have hMid her will retail her range ot.voice, mctodicxis tones. (front Our Own Oct. .Mlasca Myr- tle, Lyle and Ruby Shollou left on MOHilny uiorulng Tor Provo, Utah, where Uicy will attend school this winter. Lyle has been the chief op- In Ihc Telephone oHLce here for the past few years and will be oaily missed. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. aod Mrs. MurolJ Wood vvcut lo Cardston Krlday night's train to allcnil Hie reception of Mr! (lltu and Miss Kulnlin McL'unc of Cnrcls- ton Mr. and Mrs, Smith of Medicine Hat were Lhc guests ol Smith's parents. Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Ilrnd- shaw liere last week. On Wednesiloy lasl Ihc regular mepttng-of the Women's Institute held lu the town ball.. A very gooil. talk on First Aid was given by Miss Sadto .Mercer, a solo by Mrs. Myrtle Hnlc wns enjoyed by nil H. W. Is driving Dodge Sedan. have fittingly been called "Melba." They arcleadcrs. Their range of flavors, their great variety of centres and their strict pijrify have made'them famous." "_ Knighthood lii; the. noyal Order ot e Crowa ot Italy, h'aa jusi'been con- ferred by King Victor Emmanuel on Margts French, soldier tlie a "drummer" for a vfholesale grocery house. Lleul. Mutch, who Is a'BOii'it the late ner-.Jotn Mulch, ot Obnlmprs chiircb, Toronto, has been awarded j the Distinguished Service Order by j tbe admiralty "for action." He Is the lirsl Canadian lo win the honor. William who conducts a news stand on a dQWiitown corner In Chicago, mid asked exemption j from war serrtcc Jtt'lHe grounds of dependent refused ex- .emptiou when inTealigalorB for the government reported to the appeal board lhat the itewsboy was, worth more than E. J. C'tisc. wbo for the past four years has been manager of (he branch of (he Imperial hank at Athabasca, lias been anointed to the management of the branch nl Edmonton South. The laic manager, M, R. Hay, has been transferred to hia old home at Lls- towel, Out. The branch ol Athabasca ,who was formtrli accounlanl at Kam- loops. A nen- kind which U being (ecd pipe whJch.dld, not pass} Is now In charge of W. P. Unsworih, irough his fined and I30..cosla. TV. Oalrjmple, yJce-presldent )n hargc of Irafflc for the 0.T.I1-, has j grown Ity J. Broach on his, farm oftered u poalLlpn on the new near Keeler, la attracting con- ward of .directors of Ihe'ti.N.Tt. by Ihe! pidorahle attention. A sample of this ederal government. wheat, which nameil Taylor -r I j Wonder whcai, .was sent, lo the How- Provincial Inspeclor Mor- ard wheat and flour' leallng laboratory, Ison has .Klnialall all week, [of Sllnncapolls, and was tested under nd In spite of the, fact.that Ihc city I schedule V., which la a combination 3 filled .to orerfiowlng ,wllh vlallors i Of all the Important lesl-i on wboal or1 the" fair cDiilfl .npl find a man in- and determination of Its Intrinsic s k value as a milling wheat for making bread flour. The test showed that the' Hi't il lair H.lliB'i Ri. Hi Uribn Icfunutioa na r.n lu Ilev. W. P. Robertson, of Tniro, VS., has-accepted' 'the -Invllailon lo become rector of-the-Church of St. In succession lo J. fetherlnston, who resigned ,orne months ago. ,The. Ihery :stable of Napoleon Munler, tKe unoccupied' residence of 3..'Vclaiidre, and ilin btacksmfth shop of.J. Coulrq, at Alia., were mirnod .wllh iriDlr contents. Including Major' C. TJ. Nourac. ot formerly connected with IJ company, ItiStn battalion, iiun been'appointed as- siBlant lo the superintendent of Ihc wheat was satisfactory. II CHILD'S TONGUE SB IF LIB Oil BINE H If Cross, Fevcrilh, Skk, Gllloui, Give Fruil at Once. experltflental fArm at SasX. Head, The Dominion Natural Qas ('.a., be- lieves It has found the solution of the the use ot ammonia at natural tem- perature to hydrogen. eliminate Major Price Montague, of the firm of IMIblado HoBhln, .birrislers, Win- nipeg, anil son of Ihe laic Or. Jlon- faglie, lias been appointed assistant adjutant and quartermaaler-gencral. lie Is one of the youngest'officers In Ihe BrKlch army holding appoint menl. Every'moUicr realizes, nflcr her children "CalKornla Syrup of lhai Into IS their Iclcnl laxotlic. hecau.ift they lovo Us plcasniil far.ld ami 11 cleansca llic Ifcnrl KUIe Rtomach, Itvor and bowels oul griping. When crom, Irrflatile, feverj.'ili or the tongue, .Mother! It coitcil, glio'f Icaspoontill of llila harmless "fmll i anil fn a few nil the constipated -vaslc, sour bile am: undlgpJii.ficI lood pasaca out of lliu Itow cltt, and yon have e well, playful child ignln. When Ej'sUjm li full of cold; throat aorc, has BLORincn ache diarrhoea, Indigestion, her, a good "Inaltlc clcnnalng" Rhouli always ue Iho flrrtL gtvftn Mllllonn of mothers keep la Synip of Figa" liancly; they fcnaw a HeBBpoor.ful.lrjday unvcs e, nick clilfi" Milne Marlln .ion of the 'tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a' Fi( laic Marlln N. Todd, has been elected cenl tioltlc o[ "California Syrup o lo nucccerl hH (alhnr OB prcalilciU ;A wlilcli hai fllrccdnn.i for li.iHcn tnc O. P. fI. railway, nnil vice prc.il- chlldiin of all ages and grown npi tlent fil Ihe B, ft N- railway. )lo printed on Ihc -bottle, llufsid -o ihn the llilrd generation of Ihc counterfoils sold here, so ilorj'l lie fool hcsioi mo money ne ,j of..pCj. (M genuine, fry "Calt- Uic (1. I', ft 11. He is U ycira of ago, fornla Fig flrrup Are Your ChOdrei Learning to Sive Money? Each maturing son and a personal Savings AccbunlMri the Union Bank'of Canada, opportunities lo save regularly, and IraJnlng In how to expend money wisely. -Such an education In thrift and'saving will proya Invaluabls lii later.life. LETHER1DGE aRANCH -A. F. S: tmturn, Majiljer 'CARDSTON BRANCH F. V. BARONS BRANCH. J. Blackwood, Hamger' Hallnm Building, Toronto Pay Will Be Same Men selected tinder the MijjUry Service Atf will receive Lhe same pay as those now on aclive service receive. Pay will flnrl (rom the time a man j for duly. Money from the Patriotic Fund and Separ- ation Allowance will also be available Jor seleded men. 'Canadiah.'soldierVaTewell paid. Trie fad thnt wages in Canada'are generally higher than thoiepaid in Europe is recognized in the system of remuneration (or men on aflive service. Clothing and all equipment in Addition lo food is also supplied to the'Canadian soltlicr, leaving him .with .no'.expense except personal incidentals, The rate o! p_ay [or men in'thft Canadian Expeditionary Force, other than commissioned officers, 13 as follows: _ O l I WVirinl Officer J-; BAIL, of Co. uf-Vjfrinl 61 5lifl-3tf fein Coiperilj nd 12.00 ISO 1.69 1.CO 1.50 Ui 1 15 1.10 ua IDS 1.00 1.00 1.00 to jo 20 zo ii It JO 20 15 15 10 10 10 10." 10 10 At in Ihe case of tKoie "already Roneov'erscaj, Separation will be available for those dependent for livelihood upon selecled men.- The Separation Allowance is per month lor Ihe rank and file, ,M sergeants and slaff-sefeeanli and 'or warrnnt The experiente U. that marty men can afford to assign half their pay lo dependents, in addition, A considerable number of men who have enlitted in Ihe Canadian lOrces have found themselves belief off under llic Army rale nl pay, which is granted in addition to board, lodging, clothing, equipment, transportation, than" they were while in civilian positions. Their WPnls arc provided for, arid they receive steady addition to the bank Account each month. 1J2 77w MSHmjr Strwict ;