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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE DAILY HlUcrta WEEKIV Subscription Rates: Pally, per week Daily, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per year by mail, per year WoeBy, by mail, per .year to U.b..51.6U Easiness Office Saitortal W. A. Buchanan Jonn Tor-ranee Manaslns Director Business Manager claims him .Ho Is not forgotten leaves a lasting monument. Those riches were not given to us to waste. We are owecled to usa them wisely and well. We must not bn selfish and keep all for, ourselves. Wo can serve our fellow-mull and our- bv givIHR so that others less tortunate may slmro with us. Citizen- means service, and service means sacrifice. In EMM thanks tor the blessings at tlu- year we can make some sacrifice that will a token of gratitude. It of citizenship anil it should .be a pleasure of ratlzon- ship. Dates'of expiry'of pear, daily on address" label.. Accept ance ot papers after expiration date s j0ur authorily to continue too sub- scription. Your and Country need you right now! FOR THE BUSY MAM __ isii.lioi, an increaif York Greek says a pro-fior- Tofleld, Alta., pnbMe nnd nigh schuol was destroyed by fire. Dont. a wall known law- yer, of Mitchell." Out. is doad. R. E. Speors. noted architect, died in London, England. Brantford pulation is eported as A New man led the Creek corps which was at Kavala. He must have Constantine s THE" PROGRESS OF THE WAR Pursuing -their-offensive, on the eastern front.- toward -Lemberg. the Galician 'fortress, the Russians have developed an artillery bombardment that is even more violent than that of the allies on the Somme front. This interesting bit of news is significant of the manner in which Russian re- sources and Russian equipment have been enhanced within the past twelve- month. Thousands of cannon of the latest type have been brought into play, and thousands of shells are be- ing "poured daily into the enemy's lines. The drive on Lemberg pro- ceeds apscp. In the meantime, on the Macedonian front and on the front in France, fresh victories are being won by the allies- Jn Macedonia advances are recorded by the British and the Russians op- erating against the Bulgarians have also made progress. Fresh activity at Verdun was re- ported yesterday. The enemy have commenced a new bombardment, and allied guns, are responding accord ingly. been .trained in King school. A "Prince Albert dispatch says that Soldier who has recently been given the V C is a non-resident taxpayer oi that town and has kept his paid up. Now listen to Mayor Hardie pray' for an invasion of V. C. rate- payers Into Lethbridge. Baron Shanghnessy says he is not thinking of resigning as president of There Is a market for Canadian ap- ples at Omsk, Siberia. Lieut. Reginald James, late of tho Bank of Montreal, Nelson, has been I killed in action. the C P lic only !lirects officials to give a daylight service oil the Crow's Nest line. Southern Al- berta citizens will advocate that he ctain his present job for life. Hon Martin Burrell told a Victoria audience that he' did all he could to power in B. C. H he isn't any more successful in his efforts in the next Dominion election, the chances for the Bprden government coming back to power will be mighty slim. prices-in Woodstock-today go p from SS to cash aud 5'J It. lieu Stirling, a prominent Oven. Al- hertn. rancher, has been-acquitted of a charge of manslaughter. The prohibition ,byla.w passed in Pontiac county, Quebec, .has. been quashed. -Mortlach. Sask., has a serious epi -demic of .infantile paralysis. mo school is closed Rev. Donald Kelso. for 28 years pas tor of Wallacetbwu, Ont., Prertyteria. church, is dead. eturn the Bowser government to L. ___ Edward Gurney as p GRAIN, bouohl outrloht h.ndlcd'on commltslcm. RETURNS as received. ALL cheques lor ihls dis- trict Issued by our Loth- briiijo brsiici1.- IN direct touch with European buyers through our own ox- port department. NONE better equipped to give you service. James Richardson and Sons, Limited 20', Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777 Established 1857. W. J. Lloyd, Man. Phone 365 M.M. Clark, Acct. Res Ph'n 1072 The Aiioclated Board of the Royal Academy ot Music Royal College oi Music LONDON. ENGLAND. tor Local Examinations In JHtosle fATEON: HaSMijetly Ike King. Music Examinations 1917 to llw Teicheii of Muilc. The Aiinunl Hxninitiations iu Practical Music mid Titrory will lie held throUKlioiit. Cauiula In May tiwl June, An exuium- fttiou in Theory onlv will held November nth iqi6 nppUcfltiou to be made by October ftiimiiilly also i Syllabus, Bit.particulars i n value about offered Gold unil a Silver Medals. ;ic for iay be obtained en oppUca- Goldman, of Toronto, succeeds (resident'of the Edward North American Life insurance Co. People's Forum SHIFTING THE RESPONSIBILITY To the Editor of the Herald: Dear is not often that 1 feel like patting you on the back particu- larly for the way yon handle muni Spal -matters generally But yon de- serve credit for speaking up re ou. Commissioners and the filtration The idea of two highly paid ex. pSs taking a jaunt ot o( miles and bavins: a high old Unit. M. WARING DAVIS, HT Shnler HftntreaL (Kuldcnt Secretary Itr tanada.) l-arcnts uml Teachers wjsliinR to enter their pupils for these examinations slionltl commnntcatc wiili the Kccrelim- at once uml have Uwilr names placed ou mulling list. 8 the father of the filtration business mid'there is no other, nt least, none any good. gentlemen did wait and evidently Mr I Jewel WHS able to show three expert engineers that lie was right ami tliej were wrong. Because he so far won theui over that instead of condemning his plans, they place them on a par with tno nlaiis of the Roberts Co.. which they all declared were the only plans any good for this city, and declare there is not a toss-up difference in the two. what are we to think of these shifters? Is SATURDAY, OCTOBER w ADMINISTRAtiaN OF YOUR Witt Vou know better than the Court, how your Estate shoulcI bo divided. Insurers correct, dlvl.lon of your property by makltg your Will today, and appoints your Executor. Vjfe-v..11 W out your wl.hes with the utmo.t precision at .mall cost to E.tate. Coniuivuii fsrr on'.'Wills, The Trusts Guarantee CALQAHY Official -A.slgnee for the Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN '..Uthbridge office. Commerce Bldfl.-J. W. McNIcol. In.p. mies ana naTmg .1 (-aline !1 60 breakfasts) at the peo- Port Hope has Had not a J "expense to inspect Uv Police Court case in various cities .for five ueeks rest nor any resi two weeks under prohibUion. There are now members of the expeditionary force under treatment their minds "The war is says Col. J. J. for tuberculosis In Canada. DouBlas Davidson has been appoint- PoHce -Magistrate for "the .Tillage ;arrick, M.P. Carrick was a real estate boomster hefore the -war, and fouce he imagined cities arising around jotiJIImlco aud tor the west riding of oven- subdivision he put on the mar-1 York. ket. The war will be won, but it is not quite the time yet to say it -n-ua. Carrick still has a few 01 the real estate germs in his system. Que plants in various c and coming home made up that the was the onlv plant that would be suitable for Lethbridge. So convinced were thev this was so. that they had no hesitation in laying their views be- fore Commissioner No. 3, and BM dently brought him to their own of thinking. Each expert made out a the Rev F W. Maliaffy. of Milverton, accented a -Call.to. the pastorate Co! Carrick still has a few of p-rcsbvlerian church, Bucking- rarden are under construction, and more; than a score of. over tons. TKe.THauretania, it will be remember- MANY REASONS FOR GIVING THANKS -Thanksgiving! To those of us re siding in Southern Alberta the word should mean more than ever before in the history this section. From the material standpoint we have reason to be very, very thankful. No part of the American, continent has been 'blessed with as.great riches from tie .soil this year as Southern Alberta. A country two years ago upon the pen- rolls of a government is today more prosperous than ever before. "Today our farmers are in possession of a crop fully as high in its average as last-year, which was considered phenomenal. The price is.: twice as high- as-the price at the beginning tie.crop niovement season in 1915v Our coal 'mines are -very busy; never in years. There should not he an idle man in the country. Labor is in demand in the city, in the mines and on the farms. Thanksgiving! We verily ought tc be thankful. Providence has blessed us. In the depths two years ago, -we are on the heights" today. "We should not forget the Most High on. this Thanksgiving occasion. Southern A1 herta men say, "The Lord is good.to when' tiiey scan the fields of. grain and learn of the great yields. Is it going to end there? Are we going to-be grateful by being good.to_the Lord in return? Let us show -our gratitude at this time by contributing of our riches to the maintenance of those institutions which stand for good citizenship and moral advance- ment. Let show our love of country by increased generosity to patriotic causes. We have great reason to be] thankful for the progress of'the war m favor of the allies, the nations fighting for great principles. Chris- tianiu means justice and liberty and freedom "ft is for these principles our men are sacrificing their lives, i These sacrifices are being made for us 'all of us. Now is our opportunity to'render real; tangible thanks in re- turn A year ago we. were in the vallev of despair. The war was not progressing as we would like. We were fearful of what might happen. Todaj on all fronts the allies are on the offensive. The enemy is backing up Let us stand by the boys in khaki by 'contributing gladly to the Red CrosK the Patriotic ..Fund, and the other funds so helpful to the brave men in the field. Thanksgiving! If Is a sacred holl- da> We give thanks not to ourselves but to the Giver of all good things." How can we best give thanks? Just give to the causes which exist for tho advancement and betterment of- ths world Southern Alberta should lead in this form or giving, it will bo .a tribute from us for the blessings we. hav" enioyed during the ysar. -It will show our gratitude. Jl will make us better to give. The miser Is not a happy'man. The man who gives gladly and freely is th3 Will's best When death Audubon county in southwestern Iowa, some 75 miles east of Omaha, has been largely settled by Danes, who- have followed the intensive dairying, of Denmark. The average area of a-farm is 40 acres and many -re only twenty acres. The price ot laud runs from to an acre. SMU'i day' our irrigated district will be toliins a like story. Notwithstanding Great Britain's ab- sorption in the war, she is building more merchant ships than a year ago. Among the 432 steam vessels on the ways at present in British shipyards here are some large liners. Tw6 ves- report, which was n shed in the Lieut. Bertram T. Navitt, killed in action, enlisted as. a private In the 3rd tattalttm at .the outbreak of the war. His father is Dr. R. 46 Bloor street west, Toronto. report, wc was Herald, U regret I haven't same a but if I rememoer r ght all three were loud in their praiies for Roberts, and lust as-loud in their con. demnation of the Jewel Plans, and the Vayor and ilr. Freeman stated josi- Uvelv that If the Jewel .plans were adopted the plant would ta_noMOd. The basins ware too small. There.was ers It any wonder people wag their heads? 1 should say not. Somebody hollers graft, and they are scared "and run to cover by appointing Bis citizens to whom they cry, "come over and help us decide this business. The people are talking graft and we are afraid of them." Evidently they must have been reading the Winnipeg papers. What a spectacle, three ex- jerts with their big salaries, asking, six-citizens to do their work for them. I hope the voters will bear this In mind about Christmas time. And now, Mr Mayor, don't fly off the handle, nor let "your Scotch get tho best, ot you. But please do get busy and let us have some good water to drink, lite a good fellow. Union Bank of Canaia gives a Modern Banking.' Service There Is a growing tendency, which wo hays always loster- ed' toward closer relatiops between business men and bankers, with a broader and more valuable service from bank to customer. Open an account with the Union Bank of Canada and take advantage of the exceptional facilities which our 315 Branches .enable us to offer. Lethbriilge Brunch" Grassy Lake .Brunch 0.- U. 15.' Sands, Acting Mnimgor THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, Yours truly. R. Trout. and obtained his commission on the firing line. Lieut Robert a second-year student in ...law at Os- The basins weie tuu no means of cleaning the thing out, and Various other defects, too numer- ous for me to bear in than likely iUwouJd lead to .litiga- tion. Now the :amusme part of Ule business is, (that is, it it.-Was not sucll a serious scarcely had sound orSlsir- lore a telegram is received from Jewel -bv the Commissioners sas- "Hold' on. 5entleraen, dont of the First Presbyterian jchurch, Brockville. During its two weekkjineration in ood ere are some large liners. Two t p7onibitlpn Is of between and tons tetam- showing' a nAnsrruntion. and r.-aoca in drunkenn has made good, ijemarkalile druuicenness! Business is u the'. American line, has crease in aruiiKeuuuBa. also reported.to in dif- ferei't quarters. Two-dogs, ;TPhile cooajhunting a., .rt crawled tw6 miles a fourteen inch drain, but got' stuck one of rraM werff flnalli WII S10PSFMLIHG Save Y Hair! Make It Thlek, CAFITAt, JfflVE FUND, BANKING BY 1AI1L as by a personal visit to the Bank. Here's the Skmng Cream puts an end to "razor "after- sting" and all other shaving nuisances. UK new and entirely different Shaving Cream. It results in a quicker, cooler, easier shave witfi no bite aod Yoa can prove by this novel test. oni side of your face with {MJeiiaen's and the other with the preparation i TOO now use. See what int results you get. released by a 'farmer who Beard a noise under, his'.feet. j F l.use former president of the (Lus'e Land and .Development Co., Ltd of St Paul, Minn., of ?he Co- Ore., died suddenly at his hpme at Sutherlin. Luseland was nam- ed after the company.of which Mr. Luse was the.founder. Hon Thds. Chase Casgrajn., .master-general, appealed-for recruiting to the Montreal Conservative- Associa- tion and city" tendered him on-Saturday aepre- 1 cated -of .'seejls of, dissen- sion of Quebec.' Prosier has been nomlnajed.. of tlio 'Legion of Honor far, standTng his re- at.ms. _the most intense the town helping m the of its citi- zens and in many., otherh ways and leaving the town-.only; ;Upon ..the or- der of the lave seen in-'your travels, -and stuff vou have been talking about m your reports is all moonshine; I .am Nights of Sleep vs. Agony VERDICT FAVORSJD.'P-P- It is foolsih to lie awake ail the long night through with that, intolerable itching caused by Eczema anil await he coming of the day. D.D.D. Prescrip- tion is made for you if your aro a suf- erer. It will cool that hot. Inflamed and tchlng skin, you will be able to rest at night, awake in the morning, re freshed and life will be worth.living We kuow it will do all these things, we have testimonials from any. suffer ers right among ybur neighbors. Try a bottle and you will not regret It in today.-J. D. Higinbotham Co Ltd., Druggists, SaVC TOUT noii. Wavy and Thlsl Thin biittle, colorless and scraggy hair is' mute evidence of a neglected scalp- of dandruff-that awful scarf There is nothing so destructive-to the hair as dandruff. It roils. tlia-hau-; of its lustre, its strength and ils, tiy life, eveutnally producing a feverish uess and itching of the scalp, if not remedied causes the hair roohi o shrink, loosen and die-then the sir falls out fast. A little Danderine onightsfiowr ttae-will surelj e J5-cent bottle of Knowlton s Danderine from-any drug store or oilet counter, and after the first ap plication your hair will take on that Ife lustris and luxuriance which is so wantlful. It will become wavy and luffy and have the appearance of a )undance, an incomparable gloss and softness; but what will please yen au Foirr Tt'ODli t. Lettibridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mgr THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE TORONTO A General Banking Business TransscCed. Special fioilitlM conducting Drafti Money paynbie .ny Banking town or City M Coimlnw- Savings Department at all Branches, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH O.F. BLETCHER, COALHUB3T BRANCH use, when you will actually see a lot I' I in order-from the militia-depart- ment at Ottawa.has Just been given out at the headquarters of military district No; regarding Ia- clothing, might he'sen't Canadian prisoners ol.-war in instroctlonii read: frjjquently from relatives' of', Canadian prisoners "of war to the methods; by which forwarded.' be stated that thereHs 6f Canadians In London Bng., 'who'stiRoly necessary etc.. to Canadian nrisoners olwar'in Germany. V.IftUMJ" and friends' ot Uieie should no llfy.the number, and.name ofrthe pri soner'an'd -tfe unit of- the cjpedltion to which h? belongs, to- gether wKli o( artealjpn.'ijhould be ad dressed to'HMrs.. care of the Red Cross Society, 1MB. Cock epur London. of hot yl phosphate Man washes out If you wake up with a breath and tongue is coated; if yqur head is dull or aching; if- what yot. eat sours and forms gas and-acid in stomach, or you are WHOM., consti- pated, nervous, sallow and cant get hegln inside-bath- ing. Drink before breakfast, of real-hot water with a teaspoonfy of limestone phosphate in.it, will flush the poisons and toxin? from stomach, liver, kidneys and .bowels, and cleanse, sweeten and purify the entire alimentary tract. .Do your in- side bathing immediately .npon; aris- ing In the morning to waih out of the system all the previous poison- ous waste, gases and Bour.Wle.'Before putting more food into the To feel like young folkj feel; you felt before your blood, and musclei became loaded Im- purities, get from your pharmacist a quarter pound of limeitone.phoiphate which is inexpensive and almost tasteless, except for a sourilh which is not unpleasant. Just as soap and hot -water act on the skin, cleansing, sweetening and freshening, so hot water and lime- phosphate "act on .the- itomach, liver, kidneys and and women who are usually constipated bilious, headachy or haye any atom ach disorder-should begin inside baihlng before breakfast.' .They aro assured they will become real cranki on the subject shortly. J; p. Hlglil botham Co., Drugglsti, {.ethbrWse Altfc Ady The of Death Hangs Oyer Belgium People arc'Livjng WitWn- A Few Days of i Actual Starvation. The situation in Belgium grows more crjtical with every passing week. The fate of women, children and old and wounded men, in.steadily growing numbers, depends abso- lutely on the Belgian Relief Commission If the food supplied by the .Commission were cut off, the third day would find the weaker ones starving to death Withm two weeks would, be dead or more would be suffering acutely. Compare this with our huge crops and bnsy factorics-an abundance of food and pleuty of money Think of the average -Belglan family I The father IB in the dead. The mother takes her place m the length- ening bread lines, to get the meager rations served out.by the Belgian Relief Committee The children, thin and and clad in rigs, wait for what she-will bring home. So long as contributions to the Belgian Relief Fund keep np, each will getthre? slices of bread and a pint of sonp a day. H giving, fall off, some must go hungrier, or starVf You can save at least one from such afate fj QOI. monmrj-jeM than 4c. a do it. 50 a month, in the hinds of the maiy fainlilS will youTiii'dertakc to feed till the war is over ?_ Whatever you feel you can give, send Tour monthly, or in one lump sum Jo Local or trov ncul Committees, or Jl Irusinr _ 19 SI. Peter FEEDS A BELGIAN FAMM ONE MONTH. ;