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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBKH I, 1017 THK .DAIM IIKRALD PAGE SIT DOCTOR SAYS BESTTONK Opinion Doctor Gave Hit Patient Bedford, wai in l condition, wtak. and cun down so I could not do nyr houstwcil. I had doclored for-years and tried everything under lie sun- A friend told me about VinoL I asied my doctor about it. ind he replisd, 'It certainly is the best medicine thsl can be hid today. I couldn't give you any belter.' I look it, and today I urn as well and itrong as any vroinan could wish to be. and it was Vinol that saved Frank A. Hor- ksv. Ash 5t, Bedford, Ohio. We guarantee this famous cod liver "Or. tonic for all such J. D. H1GINBOTHAM i" CO, LTD. Lelhbridac. Also at the" belt druggists In all Aiberta towns. COL OSIER Winnhiee. Oct. Col. H. F. Osier, will command ihe uew ilcpot battalion vrhlch is to be organized In AVinnlpeg and which Ivlll be the unit 'inlo which the big percentage of men will go who lire called to Ihe colors under the Military Serrlce Act. Germany, Now in Impotent 'Rage, Strikes' Non-Combatants Oct. an: address 1o- day al a luncheon to Presidents of ihe chambers ol comnifrrco of the Kingdom. Lieui. Gcu. Smuts, former commander of ihe expedition st Gerruau Africa, sale] that any, "detected ou ibe baiilfi end balVed In ibe and railway aUttons, causlofi litiu the heaviest losses. "Allow me lo emphasize two poluts which 1 hope will lie borne la uilnd wheu U Is ultimately Jound put my are noi but serious and far-reachiug lu thklr GOB. cur through women and (children." submarine Smuts went on. c-iinpafeu, Is now la rage, j "Firstly, wo did wol begin this busj- juore and more sirlkliig at us through ness of bombing Industrial aud pop- ulous districts. The enemy begau (he practice. Just as fit beg.au tho use Aerial warfare agalust the defence- of poison gas and othor .conlraveu- tesi was (he'neo- weapon, he said, anil ilojjs' of international And we predicted It "would not only fall but j have been most reluctantly forced lo would prove lo'bo a terrible boomer- [follow suit alter long delay which severelv tried the' patience of Che Urit.sfi public. l look upon theec de- velopments ot the arts of wai as u1.-- Icrly bnd and Immoral, And while I do uot fear rhoiu. If as fa the preaeut case, they are forced oa UE.S yet I .ing. "Applying .the principle of 'an eye lor an eye. and a tooth for a Geenral SniuU said, "we are iosl reluctant to apply to tlie cneruy the Lomblng policy which he has. ap- nplftd to us." Cumi'uuiijg, Gciivrui Smuts said: J.asl nioalh our naval and military aeroplanes dropped id! tons ot bombs behind (he of the v.euiy. la Hie same period he dropped tons of bombs oa London. In that month we bombed him oa 23 days and op 19 ulsht3. chiefly attack lug his air- dromes and as ihu figures show, dam- aging his machines and pilling hts with shell holes. We also bombed His. billets, trains, transports AnimumtioK U (Siting Scarce at the Kronl Mwt Copenhagen, Ocl. ol carious groups of German Mere received al uiiiLa army Ihls week not for ibe purpose of cougratulatlue Mold Marshal Von Illndouburc on his birthday as (Irst was lullinatod but la an 'effort to have Genuau workineu suecd up tho produetiou of munitions, the Lead- ers Gen. Von l.udendorf, Ihe chief quartermaster general, complaints of the IfcborJoe classes. dealt particularly uiilT llie of the compulsory labor service law. A leiigtl.y conference should infinitely prefer IhaV "bolli I was devoted to discussing poss tides should desert such cruel prac- tices. We do our best i6 avoid German abominations aud ID our air offensive against military nail Indus- trial centres of the enemy we. shall use every endeavor (o sjiare, as far as Is humanly possible, the InnoceaL and In Iho past en-' joyed the protecllou ot mUrnatlonal THRESHING NEARLY DONE IN MANITOBA, i Winnipeg, Oct. a sum- mary of agricultural c and 11- 1 Ions a report by "the Manitoba of agilculturo H says threshing returns Ere up lo anticipations. Soulh of the C. P. R. main line .thresh- i in? is about SO per cent, com- 'd. A keen demand lor We SLeelr Iron, cast and aluminum welded STRONGER THAN NEW. Cracked cylinders and crank cases repaired without uarping. NTcw gear- teeth built In. Auto light tanks recharged and exchanged. Farm machinery parU and automobile frames a -specialty. 321 6th Mext Herald LETHBRIDGE Winnipeg; Octl stalement has been issued hy" the Canadian. Council f or Agriculture (yillining the platform subscribed to by the tedera? candid- i ales in Astern'Canada nominated J laljor It Is not as supporters ol a national policy so acute fls a weets Vhlch has been adopted by tbe grain 'erdwers es essential lo a I policy. "The candidates now In tlie field selected lo stand on the national plat- formulated by. the Canadian Council ol Agriculture are win-tie- uar says the statement. I They stand for simultaneous con- script too men and Tveallh. They insist that all'excess profits with a special lai on -incomes, be used by the nalJoh for paying ihe expenses of Llie war and for adequately caring Tor T our aoldlers and their dependents. nLima- Oct. 4.-Tlie Peruvian They slanfl for national control of er- discovered--Ihat. A. enr IndnBlrv Reeled by war con- Von Der llyve, Ihe Peruvian mlnlsler to Germany disobeyed Ihc inslruclion oluonB- sent to him Sept. 25, to present to Ihc German foreign office an ul Urn a turn demanding, under the threat of break- ing diplomatic relations, thai satisfac- lion be given within eight days for the sinking ol th'e Peruvian barque Lor- ton. He did noX. deliver the nole. The minister has been reprimanded uy his .government and has been or- dered to make the presentation Imme- diately. DRAYING FURNITURE AND MOVING PIANO Pacific Cartage Co. J. D, Thomas D. Ferguson Phone'SSO DRAYING O! All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited P. R. Frtljht OrTlw 11" Ibbln.......... Lectures V. M, C. A. EVERY NIOHT FRIDAY; "Who are our "Training Children With Oulthe Uae of the Rod." MpNOAY: "The Lawt of Health." Free. Colltcllon'Tiken -Private consullilloni. daily at Alex- Hetel. .Don't mlBi hit great lecture on "Love, ._r Courtship, Marriage and Jealomy" AT 3 Pl'M, AND a.M V.'lll lecture lo MEN ONLY a) the STARLAND THEATRE on Heredity ind Evlli. TO YISII POPE London, Ocl. newspaper correspondents announce, according to a newspaper dispatch from Amster- dam lo the Exchange Telegraph com- pany, that Von Falkenhauqen, the German govempr-general of Bel- glum, hag received a request from the Vatican-IP permit CsriHul .Harder, the primate of Belgium, 10 rlsll Rome acme lime before Christmas :on an important political errand. Gen. Von Falkenhauscn Is under- stood to hare .replied that he could only grant'passports lo the cardinal on Uie prelate undertaking not to mis- use his trip [for purposes of anti-Ger- man propaganda. GAS CO. 'SELLING'BONDS FAILED 10 POT E Edmonton, Oct. Injunction order iras issnsd (Iifg morning by Jus- tice restraining tht; North- ern Albeiia'Katural Gas DdvelopmeDt company from disposing of any of their stock or bonds. Tie Injunction markg tlie close rf the first round.in Ihe suit of the Pell caa-Oll and Gas company against the Northern Alberta, company for tbc de- liverance of B number of slocks and bonds, or an alternatire judgment ol ISOO.OOO. TO HOLD INQUEST Port Arthur, OnL, Ocl. In- quesf, will beheld neit Tiiesdey fnlo the death of Tlobert McBrady, -after whose] wounding from gunshot hie fa- ther was taken Into custody. Humor has It thst young McBrady in hla ante- Tnorlem slalement exoneratod his fa Iher. Lieut, Dlion P. nephew of Lady> Whllc'ey, of has been awarded trie Jlilllrtry Crosa; YOUCANDOBF.TTFR- NORTH LETHHRIDCt. TABS Tn THE ooon Take Your Bath In B handsome, sanitary porce- lain or enamel tub. It I; (trice is pleManl and far more health- ful and satisfactory. Such a tub IB not t luxury ao far At cosl la concerned. We are prepared to pul your bathroom at a which' you by Its modcraUcn. Walker A Holberten PLUMEINQ, HEATING AND OAiFlTTIHO V. s -Phon- 521 618 S. London, Oct. the period or tbe recent Teulon air raids on Lon don the Germans dropped tons of eaplosives on the London area, Major General F. B. Maurice, chief director of military operations at the British war-office, today loltl the Associated Press. In the same period, Ihe general add- ed, British avlatora dropped 215 tons of bombs on objectives behind the German lines. Ittle fuprdvcment of labor and 1lie maintenance ot the output ot munit- ions, which Gen, Von LuJcndort de- clared was Ihe cardinal duly of the hour. l.pcenlly nrlvale, but Iruslworlhy reports have been received by ths Press thai the nuthorliies were cxperleticlng UIHtcultj- In nre- ventinc a lallinfi olf'ln Ihe Drotluctlon or munitions, owing to tho lowering ol lha working capacity or Ibe Indiv- idual, underfed workmen ant] tbc scarcity of certain ran- materials, iiol- ably tlie more rare inelals used 1u the manufacture of high fcrade steels. Thcro hsvc been persislent reports that was embarrassingly short lo Goroiany. It: Is doublful also If Germany will be able lo keep pace furlhcr increases In Anglo-Am crican producllou, If Indeed, it Is uovr oven holding LU own. ITellablQ reporls from so widely separated sectors of Ihe western front In Flanders aud Ihe Argonnc say Ibat German has strict orders lo spare ammunition In every way possible. IS PLAN! IN U, Washington, Ocl. 1n winter wheat acreage were reported from many districts today In the ekty weather and crop buHciin, In- aling that farmers arc making ex- tensive preparations for planting Mils autumn areas to wlnier wheat anrl rye for th'e war needs of'the Un- ited Stales and Ha allies. Paris, Ocl. chamber .'of deputies assembled'today and decided lo take up Immediately discussion ol the case of on the charge of-hat Ing conducted pro paganda In JYance. Louis M; Malrey, former Interior, who resigned press agatnst him In connection wllh" posures 'Intrigue !'Tlie president of. .the-.repubMc has received 'a letter Daudet (leader of npyaHat Association and cell Lor oil L'Actlon This reciting .infamous .cfllum nles against me, has, been cd to the prefnlpr who has communi- cated It to me. accept this letter In silence." Premier PalnleveL. interrupted him saying: ''The accusations ffgalnst M. Malvey are rcry. grave. He Is ac cused of having betrayed secrets to Germany during three .years." There were loud erica frorij all pnrta'of the chamber. In a voice when" rose above Ihc lumull Ihe premier- continued: JUaJrey is accused of ha via E wished to enler tlie war council Jo deliver to the German cpmmnnd the plan of at lack urjon (he Chemln-Des-Dames. DaudeL declared trial tlie hand Suret -Generale police al tHciicd to the ministry of the inter lor) wae in Ihe troubles of rMay." "hie letter, Ihc was shout ed from' all parts of- Uie "J'wlll obey the will of the.house; said the premier, "but I must say Ihls leLUr Is not ncldres'sed Lo inc. 'In I .M. Daudet affirms that with regard lo M. Maltey and Jt.'Leymarle (for- iroofa of treason are superabundant. The leMer clles two'acc'usallonE, ond roncenrfng Iho attack on the Cliem- n-Des-Dames, the 4 other re parting the troublea In .May, It Is esaenllal, inc Idler deliver M. Malve> Immediately lo military Jaallcc-V- SMALLEST fl Ixindon, Ocl. Great Brllaln'sloB in Merchant vesaela through allack by aubmaTlnes and by striking mines last week .Was Llie loiveil Mnce Oer- many started her intensified suhinar- Ins warfare In February. -Orily thir- teen merchantmen, me I vv, ill] disaster laat week, as apntnsl flfleen the week before, which was tho prorloui low U. S, AVIATOR IS BELIEVED PRISOfiER JJeodquarlers of Ihe Ks- nuijrllla, Oct.: Cor- poral Andrew Courtney Jr.. of Ihe Rtinuailrllla, la Heved to ha'vc been lirnuijhl flown to flay In a with seTeral machlnQB. No details hare'irten ro- celved, aad It IS not known whelhtr Campbell was killed or forced to land rjr, .Meanwhile the problem ol aid- ng Hclglan refngcos wlio are now llv- In nroas la different places must be faced and (he Heel !ros9 considering plans (or tlio erection of liuls.to relieve Ihe crowd- ed conditions. Tho care of the clill- Ircn hr.s also occup'ecl a large place 'n (he fled Cross operations. Just now tlie nctl Croaa Is aaslitlnc in the construction of additional buildings s connection with the "home which Queen ot the Belgians JIIE eslab- fcr children. Orcal nrovla'on !or Ihe care of very small' children needed and the Red Crocs la co- operating with tho queen and." (ho gian aiilliorltlcs In tho enlarging of JhJg Jiomo for Ihe accommodRllon of halites now living In-areas where .hey are subjected to "shell and gas attacks. DrlLIah rVonl In France and Plan- rtcTB, Oct. tho ABBoelatetl work of the American He'd ('roes in IK-ljjIum marked wHh Intense actlvlly ihctfc dnys. Kl.ibor- ale plans wliJCh, have IJCDH worked out with tlid asolnlnricc and nppi-oval of (he Hfllglnn aiiiliDrllloa for the benefit, or both Ihc civilian popula- tton ahfl wounded aoldlora, aro fn process of'execution, Vhllo ellll other pfans arc nreparcil lo meet auch contingencies as may arlac In Iho Among Iho moat Interesting being carried mil la that for the calahlffflimcril of warehouses, where (ooil nnd cloihlng can ac- cumuTatcrl. Ilerl Croan. olftccru arc Rflcg In Tarbufl aecttona for ivarehouscg, which already Jiarc heen In rjorlable form. Supplies have been brought up aijrt the of 1 Montreil Oct. Ijnnk clearings [or 'the week- ending today' ware Toronto, Oct. Uank cloarlDB -Moose S.ifik., Ocl, 4 (MR for thin trcnk ;