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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE FOUR nAtLt HERALD THURSDAY, OCTOBER -I, letnbribije Hlterta PAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription pilly. delivered, per D 10 per WMK t> i delivered year Enfil LlUerywr.... a by mall per ysar Iolbcr lo France, or the j equivalent thereof, and tho reluin ol Alsace Lorraine. The delivery lo Eug-i laud ot her cowaidly uavy as a ylcdge ot future good behavior is really Jtu-j material. The German uav.r la cblefly a scLiiiltnc navy, groat only against unarmed ships and Caning boats, but never vlUiog to any foe ou equal terms. "When the peace terms are wrillen "-'should late bavk Heligoland by mail per 10 1ZE1 TELEPHONES Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan President and Manages Director John Torracce Business Mansg Cf Clpiry -unsrrlpllom V. daJlj on address ItteL Accept- ance oT alter eiplnllon date li pur authority to f Yeur Klnj and Country You RlgM Newl Mate Germany surrender this Island any QeruMii fhfp Is permitted to safl the seas." After recounting all ot the slus ot Germany, Us barbarism, its cruelly, Its brutality. Its faithlessness, such a punishment Is none loo sexere. Fowl Controller Harms Is damned f he does and damned It he doesn't. About the next wo si difficult job lo a lood coninjiier Is Of a Inspector. UP PASSING THE BUSY MAN James E. Willis was appointed po- lice maglstrato of Hcv. G. S. Wood, 'of Kasto, will caic at Golden, D.C. K. llosklo, known cou- tractor ot London, died suddenly. Turquoises valued nt over the property ot tho Persian consul- general, have beeu stolen In Mew York. An Increase In population of 1.060 is reported by sors. ihe Drantford asses- v THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR It Is evident that Great Britain has Abided upon reprisals for the elr raids London. That much la Intimated in Lloyd George'a reply lo the Lon- doners demanding reprisals. The French have already commenced an e campaign ot reprisals and German towns havd suffered from the tons of bombs dropped by1 their airmen. It Is lo he expected In I tat a re that the rapidly Increasing dee. I ol British airmen at the front will al- be engaged la reprisal wort. j Preparations [or a new offensive on tha British front hare been underway. Local allacki hire advanced the Brll- Jsh Hoes, and strengthened positions lorinerlr caplnred- All German ef- 'forls to frustrate British plans have tailed. The mtterr (5 back, LelbbrlJge Is probably gladder to see the boys lhan ilia boys are to see Lethbridge, Xol because the n't Ilka Lelhbrldse but rather because they would Hte to fcc In Franca banging big projectiles Into -to Germans. "Germany proclaims that she Is fighting for her lUe. This Is Iruc only In the sense tbal a bandit U fighlnig for his life when suddenly overtaken In the a Hemp I to appropriate Ihe pro- pertr destroy the life of a law- abiding CHIMB." So spoVe Judge- Gary In a speech Xew York. The ictual fad couW ot he eipressed (n betterTabsuaee. IS UNION pOVER.NVENT COMING? there to be a. union govern to cat Is there not? Our guess today Is that there will be a union government, tnl tomorrow may alter the situation entirely. Today or tomorrow TB fl a representallTeo! the ablest men of both parties 35 most and we hope such a govern- ment will be created. The firsl Lib- eral to enter a government TV It fa Sir "Kobert Borden li an outslandlng man ol greats hujtneBs ability." Hon. C. Ball ail tyne la ttia badn mxi ol wealth, noo baa Ire el j e ot his time to movement for the pub- lic benefit. There Is no question that "Brutal militarists ot one Colonel Toeodori Jlooaevell. Ja is deauncJalioa of pacifists and pro- erman propagandists, "hall wllb Joy _ gronlb or paelfism Jn -another oyntry." Truer words could not be llercd.' "The man who Is crying and "slop the war" Is tho est.friend Ihe enemies ol peace pos- lakes a Teias man to bll oul Iralght from Ihe shoulder. A Judge OTVQ there, says If he had bis wny would pul Lafollelle, Groana and he o'her pro-German senators of Ihe United States up against, an adobe wall ani give them what they deserve, which, being Interpreted Into the real ex an language, means be would shoot them as dead as a door call.1 be l make a rery. valuable member ol Ihe EOT em m cut. It is a; sensible thing, too, lo'havc'a real busineas-man at ihe head of the Public Works De- partment. It ire judge Mr. Ballan lyne arffhl, h'e see the public money Is spent for the public benefll not to satisfy patronage de ftands. Ileccnt ftalefflenta by HDD. A. U SJfion and Hon. J. A. Caldor vronld create the Impression ibat there la a ol theje geDlle aloDg with lion. A. B, Hudson ami T. A. Crerar jolninR a union govern toeoU We hope they do, for their presence there would assure the cf Ihe beat representation It ever had In any government They are genu Inely Bympatbetlc with tbo progres 3 en 1 1 men t ot the weat Bed ,w era would be empha sized by. them >and the lOvern meet to a large Ihe demands of the west. I these gentlemen, along wllb N. W Hawaii and F. F. Paries, of Ontario P. B. Carrell, of NTew Brunswick enter union government, Liberate -whola thoufht ia centred upon irinnlng the war can be pronri of thel half of (be forerncoeaL It IB only ftrong.mea like these, that can make ft genuine union gorcmment poasfble glvbg whole-hearted support from Liberals, PENALTV SHOULD PAY. What do you Ihlnk about the ap- pended as a basis of terms or rjcac with Germany? tt Is adraticed by ai Dr. W. T. Hornaday, heai of the Bronx'Zoo al'iNew York, am member o! Ihe Board ol Trustee of the Arotrlcan Defence Society, O course It a Belgian or a Frcnchma "or a Britisher were to advance thl proposition lie would be called grasp- Here Is Ihe Hornady proposal "Tho only sensible and cancel po 1 Icy'fo puretie toward a ulrLy-flnbtln .enemy (3 fo get him down kce tilm down. No greater mistake coul bo made than for the allies to b cp'ina magnanlmoua to brutal German ;.1when Ihe lime cornea to hand her wba It coming to her in. (tie final settt ;i zrienl." There Js danger lhai Aroer do nol'know Germany wl lo snatch the borfn ol durabl and human freedom from tu Allied nalfooj who have glren Ihe and beal men literally by mi lions anl their wealth by I protect Ibe rights of man. A.Oe ttan peace neang s German (rlump Ihir certainly or another the future. war ihonid not end and wl not end until Germany has aurrcndc "cd crerv ot Invaded territory oc'copfen' by the .Teutonic allies an i to pay lo Jlelglum nn Inflem llritjrjpf iboul willi an Armand severely attack- d the Quebec clergy on the question it prohibition, saying: "The clergy ilaim In pastoral letters that they -nrobthltlon --to save tie you05 men-from death. not publish pastoral letters, against con scrip HOD, which is more dangerons ban Armand rani to Sgbt, out he Is still eager for a drink, j Maybe If prohibition cornea nlo effect In Quebec city Armand's siting machinery Trill run down for ack of a. lubricant. Dr. Adam ShorU tried Lo prevenl a lol of appointments to the.civil eerrlce Tchllo he was chair roan of the CWfl Service Commission Maybe that Is the reason the govern menl'has Iransferred him and given lie Service ]ob lo Claronci Jameson, a Tory M.P. It 13 ralher an j Ihlpg to do, at R moment tvhen union, government is considered so dcs.rable. Bui II k not -d.ay worst ban the appointment of AJrae 1 t Ottawa, aged 95, had 331 direct des- endants. IJeut.-CoK Kelly Erans has resigned 10 Conservative nowluatlon for.Son.lli Veil Ing ton D. F, Boach has been chosen to fill vncancy In the Medicine Hal city ouncll.' Two thousand flTG hundred sludenls nd graduates of McGflt university, lontreal ,are oov tu unlforia. B. C. food control board vants Kood Controller Hanoa to fix a maximum rice for potatoes. Washington reporls the discovery f a hugo paraffin deposit. near tha lexlcan frontier Seven additional colUers and. lank- rs have been commandeered lo sup- ly Ibe needs of the 11. S. navy. According to a slatemenl just com- letcd, Si- Catharines has now a popu- of 19.07S, nn Increase ol ver lasl year. A topic of conversation in political ircles al Guelpb Is Ibe suggested ap polnljnenl ol J. W. Lyon lo the senate o1 represent the hydro. Medicine Hat is asking Ibe bos i Hals commission lo locate a convales- hospital for returned soldiers here. Mrs. William of IJaptiale, aclcdentally drowned at Bapliste afce, lu the norlhern part of Hastings county. The victim was fishing alone Tom a boat A serious accident occurred al Xor- vlch. fair George Barlram, of suffered a fracture of a leg and' iis wife had her collarbone broken. They drove out on the race track and collided wilh two running borscs Khlch were working oul. a result ol a visit by Milk speclor- McKenzle, two farmers, John Agriaw and John Thornton, appeared before the Woodstock magistrate and wero fined each for delivering de- teriorated milk lo Ihe Beachvillc milk factory. In preaeutlng her report al Iho clos- ing session of the Provincial convention at Cornwall, Mrs. Pugsley, of Toronto, moved thai U be made an indictable offence should any marriage license be Issued .wiLhout'a blood test anil B clean bill of health being given both parties by a doctor. Capt. J. II. for Weal Tho uar has cut dcnvo Yale uulver- slty rcglslrallon by l.iOO or over one- third. efinite flans fur Hie registration o[ America's uocieu power have ap- urovcO by H announced froaj Korl Wortb, Tox thai lirltlsb. echool ol gunnery will ba locdted there. Xo uiore American sailing rratl arc to be licensed for ihe transatlantic scr- Arlzoni Is the first objective of lite pnrJa] commission appointed lo In- eslUalo labor unrest In the alates. U. Rande.ll, boo'kteeper ot Ihe MotiUuK bank. Xen- Yotb, auJ are Doth missing. Martin Belleville ,ls dead at the aye of S9 years. Deceased was born In Sit go county, aud for years had I ecu a resident uf Ihe city. Boston university receives half a million dollars under the will of Ibe lato 'Augusta E. Coriiln'. The tolal te- qnrsts to the public amount to Frederick Tendrocho, oC Hougbton, charged with non-support, drew a revolver Ju police court anil Tired at bis wife. Her corset deflected the bul- let attl saved her life. The cllr of Niagara Falls put on salo-on the market Ibs first fifteen bushels of oalons from thp Qlvic farm. They will be Bold at, ?2 per bushel. whereas lUo market price is v Col. Knosovclt has exposed tho fact that there are no rifles available for the new army, while three big fac- tories released to (he Stales by the Urilfb government are stai'.iilng Idle. Food Controller Hoover 13 working on details for a standard loaf of bread, Demonstration bag shown that outside of (he big cltlea (hrce-flfths of tbe bread eaten Is baked at home, The only daughter ol the'lale Hon. David 3lacKeen, (leutcnant-govfirnor at Xova Scotfa, was raarrleil to S, G. Bacon, H.C., a son of Iho' late Col, and Mrs. Bacon) OUawa. Dinah Paulla Clothilde Ormsbr, own- ed by C, Schroencr, of Mnprehead Minn., with a 365-day production 01 1.10S pounds of butter and more lhan holds the Mtn nesolc record for 'a Senior four-year old. 'Thl3 exceeds Ibe formct- slate re- cord ol LutLer. "6n (Jilurc-5, Is cons Id eriug the advisability of' closing dovrn a Dumber of1 provloclRl Jails. Those affected are the new Jail an road, Saanlch, the Jal In New Westminster and lhal al Kam locpB. Ths. .now ;held LnsUtutlons will, be ,tranKfcrrei to (he pn'soa farm.-at' Okalla. That the new drafted army of Can brpugbt loto being by the Mill tary Servlcr scl, will have an toi rights and pnvllegej of the volunlee army thai has gone before, la being made clear In .various' orders issuei Peterboro, 13 golag to iiin on the Con-1 hy the RovernmcnL. In the fire t place servallve Llctel, but expects Liberal i conacrlptlonlsts to He makes the sla lenient that conscrlp- llonlst Liberal M.P.'a running for elec- tion will not have candidates placed In the field against them by the gov- ernment. all the me ml era of. the new draftei nrmy ivlll receive tbcsame pay na th men already enlisted. Their depcnt enls will also receive esaclly Ib sama asatslancc from (ho Canadlai Patriotic fund as the dcpendcnls o the men previously Dnllslcd. which recently were evacanlei by Ihe Germans, hare been forced Lo work near Ihe German flrsl line trenches lo Belglnm wJth the result (hat bare been killed by exploding: shells, according lo 'Information received by Ibe Belgian government. The civilian ''population of ihcac towns was ordered to go to' Ihs rall- roaJ The women, children and old men were packed Into Iho forward care of the trains, while, all men 'and'. hoys, between 16 and pJiced In .the rear When" Ihe sUrEed the rear cere uhcoupled and Iho occupanla forced to take hazardous work near tho (Ir it lines. Jn moat caaca (he women and child- ren did not ftuow that they were sep- arated from their and fath- cra unlll Ihpy arrived at Ihclr deatlna- Uons, Thfl forcible 'conscription of DcJglan clvlllana become moat wldo- In the regions of Courtral'ftnd Mehld, where about men Blrcady have been compelled perform mil- itary work. Aug. (Corres- aay "I come from the battlefield ot Ihe Chemln flea .be Ladlea' a French eoldler In the popular mind today as A hero. Verdun had seized popular imagination ov.lng to Us [Kislllon na Ihe door'through which Iho Germans hoped'lo trcak to reach tho heart of France, Even the battle oC Verdun, In which Ihe J'rcnch, by their long suffering determlnallon to rcslal, BUC- cccdetl la thoroughly defeating Ibe Germans, la considered by sonic ob- servers ft tester operation than that ot the 'Chemln dca Dames, irhose pos- means the c: mm and 61 Ihe great commend of great roan lo Ihe north'by ivritcli Ihc Oermana musl retreat. The outcome of IhJ.i al MEET ELEVATOR MEN. Fort William, Onl- Coinplon, fair wage Oct. officer of Ihc labor department, h holding private sessions 'with the committee of tho striking celvalor men (hla afternoon and .will meet wllh Ihe whole mem- bt rah Ip of tonight. In Ihc city hall WANT INCREASE" Cajgary, bet, tm' ploycca are aaking ihe city for an In- crease.of from 95 (o 10 cents on hour. mei up tlio result la shown that ever four days during" the lour month there hns been a balllc on a more o less extensive scalii. 7nc net result o these fights Is that ific French tod hold all. they galped at' their .firs assault. Tho Germans have utilized on Ihl ballleironl forly-nlnc 'divisions, whlc havo hecn'senl in (o Ihc combat an withdrawn when that Ja 1 flay, when a division, has loat In ca unUIoB at least four thousand mei Thla on Iho Germa side casualKca among lh front line without taking In account Ihc killed anil wounded can ed by. the extremely heavy arlUIcr fire dirccled on the lines of commun cation (n tho rear, Jn the porlo aInc-3 the flrat French assault on Apr 16. This Ms nlmosL double their loa es before Verdun during a similar pc 1ml In 191G, nbcn Bcvcre flghlfng wa going on there. Under auaplccs .ot Ihe Polllic Kduratlonal league, Mrs, Jlal] _____________ D ____ Smith of, Vancouver, widow of th Ihe dale of, writing not been finally lalc Hon. Ralph Smith, minister finance lor Hrfdah Columbia, spok on Eomc of Canada's problems an war time franchise. f Over Ihe war time tranchlio b delermlned. All lhat the corrcaponil. cnl ol The Press naa followed the1 opcratloAg can affirm fn lhal Ihe Frcncti. afler IhcJr ffrsl cajilure ol Ihc famous foarl with nil Its obEcrvRtorlpB za a result of their offensive begun on April 16, fiave been able (4 hold all their galni, to almost unbelJcvBble 103503 on Ihe, picked .troops of the Crown Prince's army and lo reals'L BUCCCBS- aU the furlou counter- attacks of the Germany. .During Iho morilM of May, Juno, Ju.y rinil Augual, (Igbllng haa been In tbo llrsl. fliiack by Ihc Krenph, whan (boy started their offonsK-fl on the ihlrly Ibqutiond (Jerjnnn and 200 caiinoif Slncyo then has followed from Iho French or'lhc Germans, and when tic total of these Is sum- MM. Smith declared Ihe fa vti murb slirrcd up. There la much I dlgnallon lhal women horn under I Union Jack should hfi numbered wl (ne .A pica for ihe lorelg en, (o whom "vre giro "tlie opportu Hy to become clUzcoa. and ibeo who any great question arises deny ihe ihelr was very sirens urged. "Ib fo our duty lo Canadfa Izc ahc declared, A vol from the audience exclaimed, "Alt the war." In eulogizing tho foreign nmong other things -Mrs. Srnflh ata cd that Jn ihfi .actooJs (rro rhlMren Jefl Canadian Children .b hind bccausn of .thefr. grealer powc ol d the fipenher ndvocatc' giving; ihe fo clgn women (he voU, usbo. aa n fivo uillllou crop. It _la onuounccd thM Or. Adam ,orll has been appointed chair man the board ot UUtorlcol documcnls. Ghorlt ivIII be succeeded ou the rll {ervlfo coiumLsaloa by Clarence son, for DJjby. N-S, Lieut. Hatyh fo rater of (he Tank rvJce, .who was recenlly wounded, s beeu recoinoieDdcd tor leave to aud It IB expected that be Is ready on bla way bouio (o Medlclue at. rs. E. M- ot who d boea to falnllos spells. found beside a broken taoiu which d IjoUed her rlothlug. Esam In fi- sh owed llial she had from ock and burns, The njsrrlago of AUele PanfchurBi, u-liter of Mrs. E me lino FunVUursl, e English suftragolto lo a aman naniPd Walsh, is reported Heuter dispatch from Melbuurtitf, Several Canadian corporations hlcb have been engaged In ILe msmi- cture of munltloas, baro received ers for the purchase of their plauls 5n Ihe Unllod Stales, the Montreal Star states. Ernest Pepln, of St. Benjamin, Dor- tesler. Qua., vras cruslioJ under a trco o had felled, and his father, 71 years d. who htm, dragged Mm to e first house, a mile away. Tho 'e of Pepln will bo saved through iho perhiiman' efforts of tbe old man. Subtle revenge on (lie municipality Southampton, L.I., for cutting ofT T license has been taken, by ye. owner of an liotel In Iho best strict. Sbo (hat from vv on the hotel is open to colored ooplo alone, and restriction. Tileut. Allen awarded luo S.Q. for gallnnlry, was a leller In e Drockvlllo branch of Iho Dank of onimerco before enllsLlug as a prl- ale .a the 21sl batlaUon, allhough he ad been a Heutcnant fn tho rocTiviilo HIGes. He won his com- on the field last winter. Acordlng to the Inland revenue de- ar (menf, very little Hquor Is now eiag1 mnnufaclured in Canada for bcv- rage purposes. Tho distilleries have een given over to the manufacture of cohol used in maTring of high ciplo- ves actl for purposes. The aH proportion ot wheat used Is amayed wheat quite useless [or food Urp03E3. BOVRI [t Id "at Winnipeg Ibat the left by Sir Uurlililee, lilaaaglos Ulrector of Hajrods aud OQG of tie directors of tho lludeou'a Bar oompanr and fattier of Commissioner II. E. Burbldge or .tho Hudson's Dar stores In Canada, lolah J943.POO. Ho toll lo form pension (uuj (or tho votcrana o( Iho war vlio were Hat- red's former His sou In C'aoaJa shares tersely In tho estate. Aiiigators are bflog con- slieied the board ot wcrVa o[ tlio Chatham council a means to- ward tho work of cleaning oul tlio city Gew'crs, The coiujnlttce leameil -froni various American cities (hat the animals are employed to good adrautago fa work. .Many clly sowers are In cKd of cleaning anil the coiuoilUee 13 meeting with dlf. flcuHy In car'rylnB out lha work. TKo alligators accqhijjKsu the work of stir- ring up scdlraenl anil refuse Jn" He sewers, Ihu's makltiE It cbsy ouL Jlre. Bridget Moonej, wlfa ot Chas. Mooney a farmer QD the Haldaton- Saudnkh town line, and her ton-rear- old daughter. Mary, wore fatally bura- ed through the orerlumlm ol oil lore. From threshing returns rewired br Ihe SOBlalchewan department of culture, U la estimated vhetl will average lt.5 LuaLels per oala 25.C. barley 13.1 and flax 6.7.1 Some wheat yield a havo gone >B hlgb as 30 Viushelt, but this la uncomKCir. It Is also eitlmaled that from K lo 70 per cent, ol the wheat la indlnf No. 1 N'ortheru. English. now may be tpofcen the telephone la Parli for the first time since the war befan. 'The pres- ence ot ceveral thousand artved Americans have not been alle to master French Induced jbe au- thorities lo modify ihs rula laid down at Ihe beginning oF hostilities thai no language, but French ihould be used over ihe telephone. Far and One-Third THANKS- GIVING DAY OCT. B, 1917. TRAVEL ALWAYS'VIA THE KOLTND TKIP LINES) Going October 5th to 8th Final Kctiirn Limit, October 10th 'For "further Information, aik any Agent of Canadian Pacific Railway "THE WORLD'S GREATEST HIGHWAY" 'THHE Cleveland speeds up farm production A lowers cost of farm operation. It is light, absolutely dependable and, above all, economical. This wonderful crawls on its own, There are no wheels to stick and mke. It can go through', loose sand, sticky ditches and hill and down dale. X Hauling two 14-inch bot- toms, it will plow 8 to -10 acres a work of three teams. and three men. Plowing ia but one of the Cleveland's .many uses. It develops 12 h.p. atthednw- bar and 20 h. p. at its plenty for hauling wagons, seeders, binders, hay loaders or ''logs ind for stationary work suchas shell-' ing corn, cutting sawing, i pumping, etc. Cleveland construction is strong and simple. Only best materials are used. All gears' are identical with those used in high-grade motor tracks: they are en- closed in dirtproof, dust- proof casings. v Anyone "can drive steers by the power of its engine. A on the wheel sends it in the desired direction. Ask us tbotrt the Cleve- land) You can operate it profitably.' 'A1 demonstration will prove this to you. See us today. Foundry Products, Ltd, "The Supply Howe of Quality rVoducto Sole Calgary, At NOBLE FARM, NOBLEFORD, ALL DAY SAiy 6th ;