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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LliTHBRIDGE DAILY HEHALU THURSDAY, OCTOBEIt 5. letbbnbgc, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription PMIy, delivered, per week pally, delivered, per year -----55.00 fcily. by per yeur Weekly, )jy mail, per year......Sl-W j Weekly; by-mail, per year to.U.S.'.Sl.Sl) TELEPHONES' Eustnsss Office E'ditorlitl Office' VV. A. Buchanan' John Torrance '.MaRaeiiir Director Business Manager of oypiry or'subscriptions ap- pear daily on label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration dato is our authoriiy to i-oiHhme tho Mib- Ecription. tho efforts of the Colgnry papers lo claim everything In sight. There are tttUur. and .cities In this province ontslilo Cnlgnry. and a little recognition of the fact on the part of Calgary people would result in a different feolinfe toward tlio big city by .the people of tho. province. Hi" 113U1 "LotHbridgo High- landers went away tho Calgary papers mentioned -'-the fact that tho "113th Highlanders, composed of Cnlgary and Letlilu-idgo-nien." had departed, claim- ini; Imttallou lo lie as much gary as more so. But the .list Battalion is always raUfii a distantly Calgary but- ttilion though 100 men wero raised i Hospital. RICKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN O. J. Dyson may bo a. mayoralty cnndldato in Winnipeg... Hev. Dr. Fr-iser, of Fiiiat Presbytcr- inirdiurch. has reslgned- G. Uiisett-Skinuer ot Winnipeg, little is to be admitted to the Manitoba bar. late J. B. Graves, of Kamloops, to Peneral Country need you THE PROGRESS .OF ReyiewiuV'tlie progress of tho allied offensive 'on..the Somtne since ception, an'o.niciiil statement issued in .London points out that the Germans liave teen -driven-back -to' their fourth line of defences just west ot the 'Ba- .-paamy-Transkn-road. The success 6t considerable iu- territory -vfoft, can, he measured more 'satisfactorily in..the -effect- the great. drive has Jhod_upon the the enemy and the morale his army. More than 3S German divisions have been engaged, and of these more 1 than half have been exhausted dr ''finally withdrawn. The reserves which the Germans have, brought UN have expended in costly and futile counter-attacks. The morale of the army has been broken at every point and the Germans are now fighting to what is probably their meat 'important line of communication con-, "neeting their Somme armies with the .base j British activity this week has been in the vicinity of Eaucourt L'Abbaye, "which town has been cleared of the. enemy, while the French have cap- tured an entire German line of de- '.fences between Morval and St. Pierre A wood. The Russians are continuing their ;drive on considerable success. Their armies are coming up from the south, and are already important centres in the of the fortress. Ijittle news is .through yet regard- ing the activities of the new Ruma- nian attempts in Bulgaria, but'reports that the'. Rumanians have 'crossed the Danube in considerable force. lipre in two (fays for thai unit Tuesday's Calgary Herald, i heading over the Ottawa dispatch j statins that R. B. Bennett has been chosen as recruiting director for Mlll-J A special commission of Ihi tary District Xo. 13, which includes reports the whole of Alberta, pays: "R. B.I Bennett, M.P.. represents. gim_ .to go to the 'T fact that ho is supposed to I William Carroll, clerk of the county Tlio city ot St. Qutliarhios and tlio County tif Unciita.' liavo Jointly pur- chased a property to be as a children's aheltef.., Gene I'ierro Glrodon, one of the generals brought out by the war, U most brilliant of'llio younger French among the killed Hi the flslitlng. on the SouiniQ frolit, The problem of disposal ot refuse at the lias occupied .the attention of Camp Dordon sanitary staff tor n considerable time past, lias finally been settled uy the use o. in- cinerators. Sergt. William Chlvers, n returned soldier, lias been appointed a physical instructor for the Kitchener and Wa- terloo' Collegiate Institute aud the Puiilic schools. The C. P. It.-has made an offer lo buy tile Queen Street Methodist j church property, Lindsay. Out., forj Si.SOO, the church board lo remove the, o Wil lam oarrou. ciers pi uio cuuinj----------- e court "and registrar of -tMe surrogate 000 a month, and ho ratr Fund court for Wellington county, died at addition Is spending about a million Guolvb. a month. The men ut't as director for the whole province doesn't weigh in "Alberta. Calgary. These arc just some samples of the! __ "biby -sectionalism" played by teVj Fisllerytfho Was'.'cOntieCted with I CScorpe Calgarv papers. The matter is so the Cockshutt Plow Company since tor the glaring that one cannot help but had but five employees, died mark it, Calgary didn't earn the sobri- Canada's payment of separation al-, lowauces to wives and dependents; of soldiers now totals more than GRAIN bought outright or handled on commlulon. RETURNS madt day as recfltvtd. AL1, cheques for this dis- trict Issued by 'bridge branch. IN direct touch with European buyers through our own ex- port department. NONE better equipped to give you service. James Richardson and Sons, Limited 201 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777 Established 1S57. W. J. Lloyd, Mm. Res Phone 365 M.M. Clark, Aeet. Rei Ph'n 1072 :it quet "Hog Town" for nothing. MONTANA "WET" THROWS A FIT Montana lias a prohibition campaijrr The 0. T. R. freight embargo against acceptance of shipments less tlma a carload from Niagara Toron- to has been lifted. on at present, find the liquor forces [Great arc tiny Kind of argu- ment iti their effort to beat the "clrys." Alberta having prohibition, is the sub- ject of many knocks which only have repeated here to draw a big laugh, as they say in stage parlance. There is to be no retaliation against Britain for interference uuiils-the- United States Depart- ment has decided. North American Telegraph company, died at St. Mary's hospital, Minneapo- lis, of a stroke of paralysis. Chief of Police Rawson, of Hillsdale. N. J., has reported the finding of Mrs. C'ecilia Som'otick. for whom the police have searched for niomhs. The chief wotilti have reported earlier only he was away on bis honeymoon with Mrs. Somotlck. If LOSES -'A GOOD OFFICIAL The death in action of Major A. F. Mantle, deputy minister of agriculture "of the provinre of Saskatchewan, :serves to bring home very strongly to all the losses enUlIed by this war. '.Canada is sending of her beat. The, late Major Mantle was one of the Liismg young men of Western Canada. He was a leader in our most import-; -ant field of development, and though his loss most keenly affects our sister province, the west as a whole can ill 'afford to- lose men of his type. A high sense of ualy tor.H him from his important post to a more dangerous one :in which he considered he'was more MAGNIFICE.NT WORK OF THE'LOCAL RED CROSS Lethbridge has every reason to be proud of the ladies of the local branch of the Red Cross Society who toil so linceasingly in their work of mercy for the soldiers who are wounded on the seld of battle. The work of the society tor the past year has been phenomenal. The receipts for the year have been over and the amount of work entailed in collecting or ia" other ways earning this money has been, enormous. But outside this, I the work of the ladies individually and collectively is worthy of more than passing mention. Mrs. WashbrooJee has made 418 standardized Red: Cross articles in the first eight months of the year. Other ladies, including Mrs. Broome, Mrs. Hugh Tay- lor, Mrs. Higinbotham, Sirs. Hall and Mrs. Roy, have done just as well. How much work this entails the average person cannot conceive. Too much credit cannot be given to the ladies sb actively engaged in this great patri- otic work. The Sweet Grass Advocate, published sixty-six miles down the line, reprints .editorially an interview from one, E. S. Foster, in the Helena Record. If the Advocate were printed anywhere else but just across the international line, its ignorance might be over- looked, but as it is, one wonders at the reason for a supposedly well-in- formed man lending his efforts to spread .such reports as the following: "Keep away from is the warning brought back from northern Montana by E. D. Foster. "If the ex- periences related to me by scores of men who went to said Mr. Foster, "everybody should Keep out of the dominions. Canada is advertising extensively in Spokane for men to .help with the harvest. Wages of ?3.25 a day are promised. I met scores of men who said that after they arrived across the line the best they were offered was ?2-50 a day, and then they would have to sign a contract to re- main all season. If they refused to agree to remain-.for the: season, ?2 a day was the maximum wage. "But this matter of being promised high.wages and hot finding them is only incidental. Canada wants men for the army and can't Bnd them witli- n her own boundaries, so she is try- ing to get them in this country. 'And here is how she does it: Pro- hibition is supposed to be in eSect, but bootleggers are active and it is an easy.iDatter to get booze. The officers keep a strict lookout for men who have been drinking; they are arrested j and -arraigned in court. The judge finds them all guilty of violating the prohibition law and sentences them to a long term in jail. The sentence is suspended if the defendant will en- list, Many men prefer to take their chances In the army rather than serve a long, jail sentence, and I am told that hundreds" of men have thus been railroaded into the trenches. i'Keep awsy from Canada." If Mr. Foster, of Helena gets any satisfaction from spreading such wierd arns let him have it. But if he had finished his Interview with the advice, fighter s, keep away from Al- there might have been an ele- ment of truth in what he had to say. But for Mohtanans who want a fine prosperous place to live, his advice is all wrong. They don't make 'em any. better than Alberta this year. THE BOOT IS ON THE OTHER. FOOT The Calgary Albertan says: "The Lethbridge Herald Is fretting its heart out because it believes that Calgary newspapers look at everything from the' Calgary viewpoint. The Letii- bridge paper is old enough'and should he wise enough to know .better than that. This baby sectionalism was abandoned years ago, and there is no need of reviving it now." If was aband.on- i cd years ago, as the Alhertan-olaima, never know it to judge, by At the commencement of the war The New Yorlc" syndicate' which isjsae firm in Kinbu a large undrr-.viKing the" Jayiupu.uuO loan to stock of dyestuffs, a commodity that the city of "states that the loan was more' tli'an' tea times over- subscribed' in' less'_tlian- twelve hours. Due principally 'to the withdrawal of the art collections ot. the.late J. Pierpont Morgan by .his son; of the same name, attendance at the Metro- politan Museum in New York for the year ended June 30 lait was only against for the previ- afterwards became somewhat scarce. This firm, of which' Mr. Tokutaro Na- gase is one of the principals, held on to the stock, which-naturally rose in value, and in a short time 'that particu- lar firm some tiling in the neighborhood of a. million. These dyes had been imported from Germany in pre-war days, and the outbreak -of hostilities gave the members of that concern a chance to makje a heavy turnover with a correspondingly heavy margin. Pte. James Finlayson, D.C.M., was married at Hamilton to. Miss Miirio Bloc-he, a French lady who nursed him after he had been .wounded. The semi-private rooms in Hamil- ton Hospital will be increased from H.PO to per week, the -private rooms from n week to ?17.50, arid from ?17.50 to Stratford police court hasn't had a "dnirik" for eleven _dayB, while 27 Windsor men were in Detroit police court recently on charges of drunken- ness. Three hundred members of tho Im- perial Order of tho Daughters of the Empire were present in the Montreal art gallery when the Princess Patricia unveiled an oil portrait of her father. The police court in Milwaukee the other day looked like a reception, for Milwaukee's More than a dozen women of highest social rating were present to testify against Anna Moran, known in Chicago as Waugti, who is said to be one of the most dangerous pickpockets in the coun- try. After sis women had testified Anna decided to plead guilty. Warden Rivers of the provincial jail says that the only objection he has to. threshing first is that the other fellow knows the yield and lays out to beat it. At that it's worth while having a fifty bushel crop beaten by a sixty bushel one. Please noriry CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE Returned Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. J. R. OLIVER, City Clerk, Sicy, Made in Toronto, Canada. In WAXT1TE Package At your __. ___. IJ ts rt Marks All Wheat Ready to Eat MADE IN CANADA THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., IX.D.. D.C.I., Fmldinl IOKN AlKOi GlMnl M.OMJW K. V. F: JONES, Aii'l V. IlllOWN. taMcUuedMt or OMfil Wnl.rn CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rate allowed ..on-ail deposits of and tpwards. Careful attention is given to.every account. Small welcomed. Accounts may ttpencd.and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in the name? of two or more persons, with- to made by any one of ihem or by the survivor, Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, Mgr, KING DRANK AFTER HORSE Soldier Rclatel Story of King Albert of Belgium HIM of a leading manufacturer bt" Brussels, whose two brothers, have been killed at the front, tells the fol- lowing anecdote, which dates from the flrst summer of the war: had been a hot day and King Albert, who hail not left the trenches lor hours, was suffering from thirst. He asked for something to drink, but not soldier had anything left. Hack of a man saw a horse' drinkiug.and went over and started to pull the bucket away. do that.' said the King; 'Let the poor animal drink; perhaps it needs it more than I do.' "It waS not' until after the horse had finished drinking that tho King took up the bucket and drank the few drops that remained." FOR SAL El 2000 Choice Calves Raised on the Mackie Ranch ENQUIRE OF A. H. Mayland LIVESTOCK COMMISSION ...MERCHANT ALBERTA STOCKYARDS, 'CALGARY PHONES: Office E53Q1 P. O. Residence W1139 Drawer "S" That dull acliing, that nud distaste for foo4 with which M many bsgin tho "Mtnce n tht inliu devlu nwins to wmptninh Nutart our lll-trwtmtnt Utitr Tht mtam Mnil eent from Mlwtl wt J." htm hi weh mtmH Or. .hiliurt H i itll in ol tat iou. Aik'fcr Dr. Oauirs -Siliet tola suWit'it'- EO etntt. from all Drutjlitt tterikMpcn, n, Hiiit Iron H.rolJ F. and Oo- Ui ''Toronto. W.r br! te Br. Cpmll'i FOB THINGS FOR THANKSGIVING READ THE STORE NEWS IN THE HERALD FOR WHAT'S NEW AND WHBRE TO GET IT........ "jr. ;