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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PA'GE FOUR THE LETH OB DAILY HERALD MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1915 "ietbbribje Detalb letbtciOflc, alberta1 DAILY AND WEEKLY. SubicHption Rat" Daily, delivered, per year.. Dally, by mail, per year... by mail, per year. TELEPHONES: J4.00 3.00 1.00 Business Office Editorial oalce W, A. Buchanan managing Director John Torranee Business Manager Krunce. Bnglaud and Kusula. are not soing to bo wiped tlio map of, t> rope iu the present sot-to. There are tliose who predict 'that the righting nations havo to repudiate thulr war debts. This credit will bo an Am- erican bet 'that they won't. If win be a bet that the Belgians net back Uclgluin, and the Preach' northern France: a. bnt osalnst payment of In- demnities to Germany by anybody; a bet against ?gaiust the armed-roliber habits in nations, against Hun-ism, Kaiserlsm. Prussian- ism, und the most brutal warfare waged In Europe (or three centuries." WITH T11K EX-KA1SKK WILLIAM AT ST. HELENA Your King and Country Need -You Right Now ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR There seems tci be no longer any doubt that Bulgaria will enter the war on the side of the lemony and the A'.iies are making full preparations to] iIGKED UP IN ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN Brampton, .Ont.. will raise for the Red Cross. Thos secretary of the York- ton, Bask., Board of Trade, is dead. A.ites are maMi.s im> Mrs. John Hogg died suddenly of aid Sf-riiia in repelling any attacks, iu heart failure at Port Hope. R. Briggs, town assessor. Niagara Falls, died as a result of injuries. John Stautou. a former Kenora bar- died at Dryden, Ont, He for- merly practised In Hamilton. Albert Grigg, M.P.P. for Algoma, is likely to be appointed deputy-minis- the meantime, a Teuton army is con- centrating on the Serbian border, al- though it is believed that the Ger- mans neither could nor -.vould make any extended effort in that direction so long as the-Vilies are pushing their lmel, lv uc offensive so strenuously on the west- ter. of lands and mines in Ontario. era front. The French armies continue to maie Degress in France, but the latter uf the week brought change in the situation. no material That Germany is alarmed at the A complimentary luncheon was giv- eh at Orillia to Crawford Gcffatt, ex-Mayor, who is leaving for Peace River district, Alta. Allan Newman, a farmer of Cottam. near Windsor, committed suicide in consequence or depression due to the western offensive ana the great recnlits ,eft es inflicted on their troops is frank- j to tne sou, Battalion at Iv staled by Berlin papers, who do not Sarriefield. This makes 774 enllst- ininimize the serious effect of the new ments from Cobourg since the war be- Allied drive. MARRIAGE IS COMPULSORY SERVICE It is argued in some newspapers that gan. A. .1. Xorsworthy, son of J. C. Kors- worthy of Ingersoll, Ont., "who has been-manager of the British America Tobacco business at Costa Rica, is coming.home to enlist Edward W Cos, a well-known citi- iiugle man who refuses to enlist i Qf Kovar_ near Huntsville, Ont., should be compelled to marry. Thatjdjed from injuries received while won't appeal to the anti-conscription-j working on the construction of the ists. A man who is forced to marry is at once engaged in compulson- ser- vice, at that is the view of tie men already married. SIR RICHARD IS AFRAID OF THE BEARS .British.--Columbia a man was fined for shooting a bear "out" of Eeason. Now, what is-a fellow to do nhea he meets a hear on his travels through the wilds of B.C. Is he com pelled to run, with the prospect of the Jiim. catching him and tearing him to pieces, without be- ing permitted to put Bruin out of his he to ob- sen-e the game lava, and-if need he die in Ins observance of them If he lills the beai he is fined, if he doesn't kill it. then the bear is likely de- vour him. Jtist now there is a Host of people in the mountain province, wou-.d i-fce ven much to have the government responsible for all the laws of B C thrown into the abode of si1 tne bears of the mountains and de- voured.. That is the reason Sir Rich ard i" holding off lha provincial elec- tions. LETHBRID3E IDEAL TRAINING POINT In a large centre like Lethbndge, presence of rnanv troops under tlaming is a stimulus to recruiting It Ehould he the afm of tie llihtia de- partment to quarter as many troops us possih.e in the cities, if for no oth- er reason than to stir up recruiting where the number of men of mihtarj age is the greatest It is true we are to have the Battery, but it will not take long to fill its ranks should have, m addition, as "Major Hardie very ell points out, two or three times as manv men Lethbndge can accom modate them better than an) other citv in the west That is a broad statement bjit it is true, the Es hibition grounds we have the most substantial quarters that could be de- well equipped to house with oomtort a thousand or more soldieis This citv. has done well from the recruiting standpoint, and it can and i wril do better Almost a thousand men have been recruited here We ore deserving of recognition on that ccore at any rate Every effort should be put forth to impress the authori- ties sitn the desirability of Lethbridge new government bridge. The will of the late Edwin. Brown of Hamilton, which disposes of 000, has been attacked by- his daugh- ter, Mrs. with (he intention of having it set aside. Cecil Push of Nanton has been transferred to the Granum branch of the Bank of Hamilton, and John In- gram has been transferred to the Champion branch. After a prolonged illness, George A. Boomer, barrister, for many years a familiar figure in legal circles m To- ronto, is dead. Hev G K B Warns, last year pre- Rev: Charles W. Brown of Saskatoon will go to Port Arthur. The -ot-J H Bell, exMP, iummerside; George E. Hughes, and J. Johnston, K.C., Charlottetown, and A. C. Saunaers. Snmmerside, are mentioned in connection with the Lib- ra! leadership in Prince Edward Is- and James-'Donovan of New York City, who, is internationally noted as a joser and phvsical cultunst, and who leld the middleweight championship M the British army and navy, joined he C.F.A., at Toronto, or active service. The municipal tax rate for High. R'v- er for tne vear 1915, has been struck at 47" mills on the dollar the dd ails 9 mills, debenture 2Z mills, school 16 mills The bus! ness tax is 10 ner cent and the school rate on tarm lands in tne district out side of the town is t mills There is a reduction of 0 mills, the rate last Times. LIEUT. as a training point LOAN is UNCLE BET ON THE ALLIES, New "iork Life, cheerful, witty and always well edited, It a strong pro Ally advocate. A trulj American weekly, it represents the best type o! American sentiment and some of its editorials on tie problems created by the uar have been the most effective appearing in the United States Her" Is its view of the loan negotiated b> the Allies. "In spite of this opposition the cred it setmi about to be established niaybs for half a bKlion dollars, may for a nlliion Whatever the sum la represents an American bet thai We ALONG DROP A BOMB DROWABOMB Denver, Colo., Oct. Ca- Haua'vvon further honors at the In ternational Dry'Farmmg Exposition, marine "Miss Williamson lost all her when the following prizes were award belongings, including some valuable uci being 56 ed exhibits from the provinces katchewan and Alberta. The Current Board of Trade woa MILES BROWN OF GRENFELL KILLED GrenfeB, Oct Lieut Miles Brown of the Leicestershire Regiment, was killed in action in one of last week's engagement Lieut Brown, who -was a son of J W Brown pioneer resident of Grenfell, was i graduate of the Military college, lungs ton He answered country's first call to arms, recehed a lieu tenancy ment. Current aoara 01 4.raae. wou .LUBI, pnze for the best displav of products, The assize court meets m Feroie OD localih open to districts in i October 18, Chief Justice Hunter Sukatchanan 1 his exhibit also n on presiding The following named Cran second prize for special ex- brook men have been picked for the rm, in the Leicestersnire Regi- LESS MEAT IF BACK AND KIDNEYS HURT glais Ki of to Idneyi if Bladder bothen you. flush How Do You Buy Roofing? If you in the your ueaUr limply for tbmo "Ready" Roofing or "Rubber" Roofinf, you will probably get a roofiaf U not xuareatMd. or one made by an unknown manufacturer, or one which will begin to A few after it U put on your roof. You avoid all risks, save in the Ionic ruiti of 5, 10 or '16 wlion you iniiot on Certain-teed Roofing t imhiiown or poor shmily n miMtJmi 'm to whether you nfiiif wild! vnit trrf v Certain- Will IHSlSl Oil the best Ol' tllKC WllfU t. oolmi. ulicu >mi cU utiytJiliiK unless nly ii few cents more per wuim-? for it, and as Imin mt yon iij-k merely for u ity icjison of the i-isoniioiis ont-put of our roll of Hwimk'.-vmiiiicnmmuKncliiuieuuf Mi; mllU-tlic IniKcsl italic ItulldiniT not liL-ttins your money's worth. IMjici" itiilu-Jtrj- in worlil-wc can sell Insist on Hie optima guni-.in- tills liiianuilccil RwBnjr tlmituli Kuofiuir. uiul motley's cui a reusoimlile: jiricu wurtlt. General Roofing Manufacturing Company antl VHtUtntJ Aijwr.' Clitno rUUiWh SUo.il. Bo.l.n Cliv.luJ ntbbnk' DlttoK AtUnl. Lo.io, U.J.rt 600 RAMS FOE SALE As 350 2-year-oUl blood Lincol n Ra ms; 250 3-ycur-oUI lialt-bloud Lin- coins. To be 'delivered f.q.b, Coutts, Alberta. P.H.BUCKLEY Sweet Grass Montana j the river of that name eiit.org. Tlr other wag sunk at Nagara by allied aviator. an WHERE TURKS LOST SHIPS The village of Out., nar- _ roivly escaped destruction when the Two of the three transports atinkllargc burn of the Scotland Hotel was Aclii Hash! Bay, Into which destroyed by fire. Salberg Grain Go, MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN .EXCHANGE. .....Lothbridqe Floor, Hull Block. A few by Meyer. WIN OUT AT Was Passenger on J Torpedoed Liner Cranbrook. B.C., Bes- sie- Williamson, sisU'r of .Mrs. K. Edmondson of arrived in uranorook, and will make her home here with her sister. Miss Williamson was a passenger on the ill-fated Allan wtten'that steam- er was torpedoed by a German sub- treasures which she was bringing to i Cranbrook for her sister. B BarU, as follows secured pn.es Sheaf hard red winter ger Wheeler, Jlosthem. Sask., first. Sheaf hard red ppring ger Wheeler, Rosthern. Sask., first. Sheaf soft spring wheat Seagei Wheeler, first prize and third sweep-'J slakes Sheaf white Wheeler, first and sweepstakes Sheaf Durham D. Sykes, civil casas on the llth C be aeara at Cranbrook (CONTINUED moat EKONT PAGE) "Progress has been made on our front. Hostile fire has been some- what heavier than .usual, aad the ene- my's artillen- has been more aggres- sive, but with little net results. The enemy's aeroplanes and snipers have been particularly active. 'On the morning; of SaturGay, Sep- tember 25, a demonstration was car- ried out by our divisions. The Ger- man trenches were heavily manned, and our artillery, machine gun and rifle fire are believed to have caus- sd numerous casualties. The enemy's official communication..stated that an attack had been made by us, and had been repulsed -.vWv heavy losses. This, of is false. "Reports Indicate considerable movements of troops in the rear of the enemy's .'lines opposite our front. Our working narties have repaired the John Billings Go. Ltd. Grain Merc'liants. 331 5tli St. S. Lethlmclgc Phone 1425 on tne urn. Our working parties nave Taylor and Ham Stevens Uiight damage to bur wire anil para- of St Marj's Frame weie city ret3 caused by the enemy's shell fire, ,r tors todai They report the crop of llave been continuously emplojed Eating meat regularly eventually produces Itidney trouble in some form or other, a well-known author- itv (because the uric acid in meat ex cites the they become over worked, set sluggish, clog up and ause ail sorts of distress, particular iv backache and misery in the kidney region, rheumatic twinges, severe tieadiches, acid stomach, constipa- tion torpid liver, sleeplessness, blad- der and urinary irritation The moment' your back hurts .or idneys aren't acting ngnt, or It Wad de'r (bothers- you, get about four ,oun ces of. Jad Salts from any good phar- macy; take a tablespoonful In a glass) of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidness then act fine This fsmous stlts is made from the of grapes and lemon juice, combined lithia. and has been used for generations to flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to nor mal activity; also to neutralise the j acids In the urine so it no longer Irri-1 tates, thus ending bladder disorders.' Jad Sails cannot injure anyone; makes a delightful effervescent llthla- water drialr whicli millions of men j and women Uke now and tlien to ksep the kidneys and urinary organs clean; 'thus avoiding serious. kidney disease. D. Higinnotham ft Co., I.lmiti'i Aavertisemenl. Swift Current, Sask., second. Sheaf black S. Simpson, Lambton, Sask., first. Sheaf H. Revedt, Swift Current, second Sheaf white hull .H. Rev- edt. Swift Current, second Sheaf C. Bellinger, Swift Current, second Half peck six-row C. Hae- gan Wlnterburn, Alta, first Half peck two row Nick Taitiuger, Claresholm, Alta second The flour mill at Pakenham, Ont., owned and operated by ,the Renfrew Flour Mills Co., was destroyed by fire. a not comlng p to expectations The crop will a> erage about 40 tons to Andrew Woodland" is seriously ill at his home on French -avenue.-. Grave fears are entertained, for his recovery. BOOTY TAKEN BY AT LILLE GERMANS IN BERLIN Paris, Oct. receiving inform- ation to the effect that booty taken by the Germans at Lille, is being sold at a department store in Beilm the Threshing Outfits Separators, Steam Engines, and Gas Tractors Also Combination Threshing Outfits Mounted on One Truck or Mounted Separately Phone 1173 The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. E. A. SHAHMAN, MANAGER. LETHBRIDCE, ALBERTA. improving our lines. Our patrols con tinue to be at night. "Brigadier-General" Morrison, D.S O Ottawa senior artillery divisional commander, having fully recover- ed his wonted strength, has taken command of -the artillery of the sec- ond Canadian division, while General Thacker has assumed command of the divisional artiKery of the first Canadian division. "Major H II. Mathewa has assumed command of the 8th Infantry Battal- ion The Caaualty Lltt French entered a[ Ottawa, Oct. Detest leUrk against such names are reported in two lists of sale8 The protest iif based on a let casualties that were given out at the from an officer of the German mil militia department Sunday afternoon, tarv school Litcherfelde to a Ger. and atmldnight. The items are Pour man prisOTer interned In the French'men killed, two ill; seven camp at annoucmg the sale anyone Leon A. Chavelly, NEW MACHINES MADE IN LETHBRIDQE We have lawly none Into manufacturing, and have for aale DEEP-WELL HAND PUMPS With' this Dump a child can wimn from a 250-foot well as easily 't with the ordinary minip in a 88-foot well BURR GRINDERS You are invited to call and see those machines Made by G. KIHCIIEL, Lessee Of the Plant of the Uthbrldge Iron Works Co, Limited. arid Leon A. Chavelly, Oover neiir, N.Y., are reported dead of vv ounds. Joseph Howard, "Winnipeg, is named as drowned at Folkestone, October 1. Captain Ernest W.- Hal- lam, London, Ont., ;whose death was aahnounced in private messages on Thursday as having' occurred In the opening of the Allied Bffenajve in the Is officially reported 'killed in action. CALGARY MAN OEEKS DIVORCE Ottawa, Ont., Oct. Austin Uarnwell of Calgary gives notice that he will apply for a divorce at the next session of Parliament from hia .wife Clara Oarey BarriweH. Lena P. Pot- ter of Toronto is applying for a di- vorce from her hushaiid, Percy B. Pot- ter, a Toronto commercial traveller. Consign Your Grain to PARIUSII and UEIMBECKEK, Limited. FORT WILLIAM The Pioneer Grain Firm of the Weil. Represented Ernest A. Sharman Manager The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co, Ltd, Lethbndge, Alberta. PHONES: OFFICE 1173; RESIDENCE 530. ARE YOU SELLING YOUR GRAIN TODAY GET 6UR PRICES! Phone, Wire or Write Your Shipments to Advice of Smith, Murphy Co. Grain We will give your business quick and Intelligent attention. 7th Street South, In Sherlock Building (Oround Floor.) W..K. PORTER, Manager Lethbrldge Branch. Head Grain Exchange of Nova Scotia ;