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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SIT WKDNKSIMY, OCTOHKK 3, 1917 YimWiU Be Proud of your pantry it you use Old Dutch. It keeps things dean and bright with .very little labor. Montreal. OcL three bun- O.nM t-nragwl womea created a iu (lie court of King's Uench hero lonla.v, whoa they iriej lu beat, with urnbrcllss and tbelr fisis. five men ac- ol defrauding them oui uf vari- ous sums P! money rausi-S ?2 Guanls from UorJeaux pri- i ton ?ivi-U ibc day by rusMng In and siotnniing tho ttJe cT fotuia- iliy. sccuaod, Ailolpii fasaou. KID- i'lle MeoarJ. IJenarJ llpaudiu, ATunr.'V and Ixiuls niopeilf, wic- Fsldt lo have Ijeen connected with ilio llccb- elaga Coal company and is i Icat they look orders (or ixxir people lor coal at prices much lower thfin tlie prevailing rat? la" tills city, acrepling deposits ct from ?2 upwards on coal which was not delivered. More than i buuJreO families arc said to j have paU deposlls without receiving value thcreior. UNIQUE INCIDENT Edmonton, OcL unique inci- dent in AJberla court circles, and one decidedly uncommou m Canada, oc- curred in the local supreme court this morrilog when'Cyril Lloyd Beck was called to tbe bar of Uie province, nod .welcomed br his lather, Mr. Justice Ucck. He was Introduced by Frank Ford, K.C. INCREASED ACREAGE Oct. ererr part of the west exceptional progress i3 being made vrilji full plant log and Lhe oul- Jook is 'for a considerable Increased acreage lUis year, Reports to Ilila cflecl have come From all of the best Informed sources In Winnipeg. Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well eqtirpped to handle all.kinds of repair work on either eteam or tractors. Only high clwt work cur chop, and we will quote you prices thai are right, NiyEN BROS. 218 Flriri Xve. S- Phone 1732 twXuoliu, Oct. ibe resls- oalfon of Iho rablnil yesterday, King Ouatar Kuniinoncd lie lerirters ot the chtef parties In Ihe rlhsdas to urge Ihern to use rhcir best efforts lo toriu a coalition cabinet. Those summoned the king were Admiral Mndman and il, cf the right; M. Edea and M.' KavarnezlUs of, the erals and HJalmnr Drantlng, and M. Thereon, of the SociaHats. Since iha recent elections In Swed- tas been talt zt chahgc In the gaveroniertt. (he result of ihe [qncrpolllical situation and questions of foreign.' polity. Tlie discloaurcs concerning Ihe. cloae connociiwn German diplomats It Argentina and Meilco In sending dlspalches through Swedish legations have bad no little rtne on-tha reports'of a.probable change In Ihe mlnlstrr. Reports from SireilDn iasl month were to Ihe elfecl that Premier Swartz might retire and thai Ad- toiral Llndmibt'the lorelgn minister reorganhe the cahlnci, taking the'port folio oE premier. Other art- es Live been to the efferl that In (he eTBnt of a of the p eramsnt, Klog Oustav would asfe the Liberals lo fprnTa Bew cabinet Lo he composed of-Liberals and The king told the leaders that in his opinion. U jrould be moat exped- ient to: form a cabinet rcpreacnl Ihe.Tarloas parties, which wo mrUntaiii the central jiolicy ot the couutrr' since the beginning 'of Ifie war, safeguard .Ihe and ejer else a', c'almlnff Influence peo- ple present crlali. Saying lhal creasing] daily, the ting averted Iho greatest prudence'would be necessary lo maintain the position adopted. He Iha patriotism ol Ihe leaders, asking them not lo let per FDnal opinions and party plat forms sland ID Ihe way of a successful solution of lie question, but ralher to have ID yleir solely the welfare ot tho coualry. After TaklnE Only One Box 01 "Frult-a-liyes" EAST SHIP K. S. "It is wilhgreslp'rascre thit I writo lo tell you of Ihe uuujgrfsl I iS recoiveti frcm "Frult-a- For ywrs, I vas a druJful S'jfTcrer from Consh'fatictt anrf Htad- fs, andi wasuitserableiueTen' nay. liing In Ihu eJJcincssMCEcJ to help me. Then I finally tried iir.t-a-tives" ami Ihe e.Tccl vraa After taking' one box. 1 feel ta Qfir pcrfOD, to liaro relief from Uiose'siekenipg MRS. MARTHA DBWOLFE. COc. a bos, C for f2.W, iria] sire, ?jc. Al Ml dealers or scot irca Uoiited, Vancouver, Ocl. show- ing (be Increase OL expenses ot (he D. C. Electric since the recent etrlke, which have reused a ieavy decrease In the net revenue of the conipaur. were produced today by George Kldd, general manager. In spile o" an increase-la Iho gross revenue "lor August, there-was a dc- creaso pf nil net revenue, since expenses Increased 'Our ucl revenue for August." said Mr. KiJtl, "was onli" compar- ed with for Agusl. 1P16, which shows that we have suftored a sharp decline our expenses increased ioliuwiuB ttic Thft Increases In our bill amounteii lo nearly n year, but Increases, in the ot materials hare scat our ex- pense bills 'up enormously. When Jl Is considered that we required 000 a month, lo pay .debenture Inter- est. Jt will he seen with a revenue o[ only a month there Is nothing before the compauy but hankruptcy unless (a awarded Lo us." Mr. Kldi pointed out that in ,Aug- ust of this year., the carried more passengers on its Van- couver lines than ia; the correspond- ing mo'nlh last year. This eitra traf- fic, h'd said, Increased reyenue, of course, .but sent .itf.penscs up at au even greater Ilgure." The manager added lhal" preTlpus .'to June of this year, he had able1 lo reporl a sinaU increase Un car'alcgs each v J .lo he con eluded, Ibere'. ransl be some connection' between expenses and revenue, and the Impossibility ot con- tinuing In business -unless relief is grantefl." COW'S GREATS-RECORD. Fargo, N. D., Oct. Paul- ine Clolbleldo Ormabjv owned by B. Or- SchTQedcr, .of Moorhcad, Jllnn., wllh a 36War production of 1.16S paunda of and orer twealy- thousand pounds of milk holds the Minnesota record for a ienlor four-yBar-old. Thla eicecos the former atnlc record ot pounds bl Duller. S. Saunders, for a number of years cdttor of the official organ-of ihe Sons of Temperance, fel frbpi hulldlDK B week ngo at Halifax ad has diet] from the shock- FROM PRIVATE TO ACTING-MAJOR j to las 1 ..'London Oir tettf." daUd AUJ-; UM 16tb, contain- fng list o( awards to offlcerj aud men for gal- lantry and dero (Ion to duly In the field, the fol- low IELE appears: "Set LL (A. CspO DoosUs Mldd'l Acting Adjutant Le performed lnoat valuable ser- to bla head- Quarters, cross- In: B rldse throe times In dsyliKnt through bear; ms.rb.lDe- guu aod rifle tire to obtain la- forra.tttoa as to tlic and dispcclllons ct his He suc- cessfully accom- plished bis task under very dlffl- c u U clrcuu- The eellajil oftV ccr, xbo Is only M years of ace, wsj born on tba ZOIh Mtrcti, UK, ud educated ct Klae AJ'ral'i SctMl, WuUxe. (he Mrrlces (rf tlM Frelcbt DepL of the CanMuui FmdOc In Dmmfcer, 1913, ftM'vbu war bnkc eul hi 09 i private Is the JOth Ultt Middlesex Regiment, He irai putlud on tbe ISlh 8apL ol same ru Wrtioart In amomctl others or Gen. A. J. Murray. C. In C.. EgrirUaa Eipedltloury on 18th Much, promoted to Actlnc Copula vbJbrt couamcdlct; m compuy, on April loth, and In tha "Quoits" on .Viy ISth (1 iru ttxled: O. Bl Watson, JI.C, to bo AcUor, Major, mlilljt Msjor on Hetdquartm iX the BatulloL" Wu- Kccord of 0. P. X. HM. rn of thj Uet tut diy ud nlsbt traloi and itnmers of lhal nut Imperial orculzltloa, toe Cuadtan PaclAc Rallw, ha.v< occaptM to Ihe U-BBjpOTlation of soldiers ud wir mtkrUlc, :thirt the huge work- shops o[ Ibe eotnplny have turaluE odt rut supplUe o[ munitions ol Instosd of uid roUtas Block, no teirer Lhan men In the KTTfce of tha bare cone to Ibe front. In war Uify are to France, flair, Itnula. tbe JBtllujK, Mesopotamia, Africa. Of S.OCO men (apart from 103 wbo ere Mrvlnc.ln tb4 have been killed or wounded, unoog tbe killed bcjoe Cipt. the HOD. A. T. of Lord Sbaugbneasy, president of tha C. P. R. Tbe C. F. n. and Dominion Express aUfis In Great BriUIn before wai numDered 213, of irbom 179 vara or inlutirr tee, aad of 179 DO fewer than laS have joined Ihe colors. Amonc tbose who have paid tbe suprerca have been E. Cblcf Assistant to too Eurspeao -Maoaeer, and LL W. D. McArlhnr, ll.C. The honors von and eoplorcea of company, make a long list. Lt-Ool- C. W. P. Raffisjiy haj beta C.M.C. .Tbe D.5.0. hKE been awarded lo lA-Cfll G. S. Jfjwral bupeHntecdtnt of Ll.-Col. F. A. superintendent ot car service, Montreal; and MaJ. J. A: Assistant engineer, Winnipeg. The Military been fSlned by Temp. C. F. Cieer Lt J. A. Hamilton IJ. E. Irvine, Rsft-Sj-t.-VaJ. J. Jefferr. JlEj. W. H. Klrlipilrlflt, LI. IJt. W.'H. McMurray. LL' J. K. AtatlMjon, Co.-Sst.-MaJ. H. .Veljnlwur. LL A. M. BoberUon. D. Stnirt, U B. Unwln, Lt' D. and F. A. Wllklns. The. foDoirlns have been awndei the D.cld.: Cpl. AJP. Hancock. Pte. ft Jobllnj. Pte. R. H. SsL J. R. lAngtord. Cpl- W. N.'Ujt. Sgl_ Co.Est.-Mal. H- Nflsbbour, Sec, CpL J. IT. Onr. S- Strlcklud, Pte. n. A. Stllra. j j MUltAr? pis been won br Pte. A. 9gt. H. -J, Pte. T. Campbell, S. Cliarlasoll. Pte. T. C. CbrisUe.'Cpl. A. W. Coartner, Gnr. J.-R. S. tt England, Sji- "W. W.' Poraylh. Pte.; H; HkjifrljOnr.'. i. P- "Hoard. L.-CpI. C. M. C.'Hoyt, Pte.. D. SpT. B. A. McCrcaay, L.-Sfl. Cpl. ft. H. Morloa, Cpl- R. C. Morrox) SsL O. Nnltell, Pte: Oke, Pte. W. O. P.-T. BeterU, PH. W. U Hulledse, J. fcvaite. Cpl. S. W. ShacWI, Pte. B- Stallerr, n Stuart, Pie. 3. iTirwoer, Art. Co.-Set-.MaJ. PW, H. J. Wllllam.v EjL H. F. Wllsoa, P. H.: Wltney, J. Wrijfct, W- R. Wright, anil TrjBl. Slt-Sjt. O. A. Hnrett 'MM tb'e Morltorlous Medil. We Rnd total honors work ant u O.H.G., 1; D.S.O.. 3; HlllUry Cirjsi, 11; D.C.H.. 5: Military Medil, H; Meritorinuj Iifedal, 1. It sDouid also be raenltaud that the or Ihe C P. n., G. McLaren Drvva, tus beta'afrolBU4 u udaUat (ilnnldl tt! War OOce. CLAIMS COMPENSATION Cbatham, Qnt., "Oct. 2. Charles Ward, a reLUraed soldlerv helore Hie board of health today claimed compen- sation for loss he bad sustained by reason of the death of hi3 daughter from diphtheria. He Traa in chargfe of Is al Ihs Isolilloa hospital some time ego and when he left, he alleged, only his outer clolhlng was disinfect- cd with Lhe rault that the conlagioi; -was carrlctl to hl3 homp. Thr_ce of hia children conlracted diphltierfa and one died. New York, Oct. unanimous roto of the hoard of trustees .of Co- lumbia Unlrerslly, the held by James McKcen Callell of the deparlmcnl ol pgychology. and Henry W. L. Uana, of the department of Eng- lish and. comparative literature were declared Tueant yesterday at the init- ial monlhely meeting'oE the current academic year. Professor CattcM, father ,of. Ovrcn! Cattell, Ihe Columbia student, who wag placed on trJal in, the federal court I for attempting to evade the BClectlrcj i Jnw, wag rccoininendcji for TC-I tiremcnt, and Prof. rcqucsL-l I ctl lo realgn. The announcement of Ihfi removal slated that "it waa'lhtt Judgment of the members ot Ihc'unlversUy faculty fn which tbe trustees concurred, that Kith I'rofiaior CaUell and! PtoMssor Jann had done graro InJurX to the Infrerafly br IheJr public against Ihft conduct of the war. Or coiiSfsc you do. And Vinyn rich ami flavory, fine and friiyraut, and FRUHIL The kliitl of cof- fet j'on like. Coffee isi j'P.'lkf-ii 1'J' tho-vjic- process which keflps tiis bftst of aU good col- feetf In' a fresh coniiUiAn. Order a trial iln You sure to ilke It if youlry it. JIcGH-L HAS SENT 2500 OVERSEAS Montreal. OcL 2. UnlVcr cltr hag sent almpsl men over- seas elncc the war began, eo 1'rfnclpal Peterson staled ycaterclaj- in his open Ing to tho students who are enrolled for the 'A-lnlcr session. U Is Mr.Olll'a tiTth year In' existence. Sir Pctcraon'n address waa ly along palrlollr. lines, lie arlmUloU lhal McCIII hail suffered severely, bolh numerically and during the past three years, bill he declared IJiat until a peace ot a lasting character could IB oMafnci] by (treat lirllih ond her allies, Canada and Iho other do- minions must do everything' lo help the motherland. LABOR AGENCY With our present organlzjtlon Vfs arc bstter prepared ever IP supply' your labor require- inehla. have plenty Farm Lnbor arriving dally. Alao men1 for the bush, We are'llcent- cd by the Government too and In- spected by the Government. No matter what your labor re. qufrementt rray be we can give satisfaction. On Itsti we have eeverat married couple to go On farms. WRITE OR PHONE U3 The Kcasley Agency Lethbrldge P. O. BOK 295 TROUBLE IN PERU SSnllaio, Chile, Oct. ziiro (it Ucruiat! Iho expulsion of Count run Ilia minister la Argentina, from Ouenoa Ahe3, ttto attdln occupy- In? public atlcnllon In Chile, ri Is be- Ituvcd In government circles hero ttat Iho rirescnce c( Cfjiml toh Luiburg b Chl14 or.In any South American (ftunlry would affect Ilic f.ollJatlly of Iho republics In tho western hcmfs- lihcro. Odlllsrnla.MeKcnns, M an arlltlo In tho mijt Idat If (itilfc iloca Sfil Scirer with Ojrroany'U