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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TH? I-ETHWHXIE TUESDAY, OCTOnKH 0, 1017 letbbribge Dally, delivered, per Dally. delivered yenr Daily, by mall, per jreaf WetUir, mall, per by mail, per W U.S..J.-OS TELEPHONES EuJ.'aesj Offlce Editorial Oflca W. A, Presldenl an! JobQ Torrance and accordlnj U) yield. "Any! working for bliUEelf vould be alilo 10 ttui vlihlu (toe pdJs. Tbe Grow- ers' tjUlile, Ckf Ihece fltgrcs. ibe esllmale ot If "l( Se discovered a meltioj o( prbduclDE wlieni st sucli ssys (Uo 'his should be ihc nallonal servke board and rjTSllaMe lo vetlern (trpiers. They can be relied lo give a re spectful co anyone vho eta Kll ihenj hovr 10 cut production coils to 70 isnls l iiufliel." The question, therefore rerjaalos, ''llov much does It cosl to produce l bushel ot la Direclor Dues o( uplrr ol par oa stireu Aec'pt- tnce of pipers aller eiplrillou date 13 cur auUmrllf lo conllaus Vour King int Country Ycu ftllhl Howl 'PICKED UP PASSING ot gives population as 10.017. U.S border (onus report Villa agita Ibe warpath. The RedempUoulst order will erect B, toilege near BrockvlUe. U. S. Liberty ubmls are even brjug sold at army camps. The M.P. U pow a P.M. Vuion Roverpoifint Is In danger of suffering froQj Ibe methods of Ibe Family Compact If ihe elections' take place In Janu- ary, ihe politicians are to make it a real Merry Chrlsluias. THE PROGRESS faF THE WAR The great drive ol Ibe British against Jba German lines in Flanders continues. Hammer-like, bios arc be- log driven ID rapid succession against Ibe German defences, which are crum- bling away under and are fasl'IalliDE inlo al- lied forces. The bat lie raging gives evidence of brlnftme a most vl lal decision In the plans of the allies. The Germans have been allowed no time lo" TEcov.eK ir'uiD uns irivc before another equally strong1 is launched: The Germans will be driven complete- _Iy from the 'entrenchments which ibey had completed for winter" (iiiar- tiers will them in no cbndJMon let defend their remaining defences in Flanders. .Tbe: French are liand- ling tie German often sire which developed on the Verdun front. Their being broken, up, and they LavcTgained nothing ol consequence. When did a party executive acquire Ibe rlghl to nominate a win-lbe-war union government candidate? II would appear that the local Con- servative eieculivc views Ibe pro- posed union government as a purely Conservative government. Canada's M.P-'s passed out of exist ence on Saturday. HQv many them Will be resurrected at the close .ol.theLBlectio.nA-only tbt electors can decide. Xow lb.it Quebec City has .gone dry there are muuicipa.ilies _oul ot In tbe province- o[ Quebec under local option. Soon all Quebec will be dry and then aH Canada will be'dry. output or silk this year i Siity tfwusftad Carloads or oranges, ei pec ted to reach the recora tola. I or individual frull. are frcHi each year. Congress has approved ihe senate lilll lo repatriate American eoldlcrt Ecrrlng with ILe allies. P. P. Tall, 2a-year-olJ sou of es- Presldent Taft, will Miss Eleanor Chfise, aged C- R. Doo 111 .former rccvc ol Uur- lelgh, aud AusUuthcr. Pclerboro county, Is dead. Charges of graft In conccilon Of f Five oiflllon dollars has beeii eub- sertbsd to the second Liberty loan by lie Southern Pacific railway. A wMsfcey BlUI was liJscomed by MeDHea! iwiice. wllii a capacity of Hev. CBQOU W. J, Carton, ot St. I1 hlJip's Anglican church, Norwood, Mao., Is resigning.. An American lawyer Is on bfs way to Ue.gluni lo try and secure. petrols- the city ol London A. McMillan, .a well known Owen Sound cltlieu, was drowned wbeu Ills motor ran over the edge of a bridge Into a creek. Capl. Thlerlchcns, former command- er of (he raider Prlnr iuis- slon to photograph, -a disputed will j rod by Aid. Henry from the Germaa' governor. 1 bo investigated.. Rose Bird, aged IS.- and James{ Sbarpe, aged 15, oE have' been reported to the police "as miss- ing. War Secretary BaVer U.S., [ntetids to train a complete, uegro unit at each of the sliteen ajmy can- loomeuls. The mayoralty Campaign. ID .New York Is getting potter. Judge IJylan, Tammany candldntp, accuslne JVIayor Mitchell of "pus'syfooling-" "N'ear beer" tnd nearly all '.'soil" drinis have been barred from Camp jevins, Mass., owing iQ tuelr deleterl- s effect on the men's constitutions. Chatham mechanics, Ibe board of ade and clly council will _aat the ?od controller lo have the-embargo ludlilug. prefei Ashplaul, wl Instead ot J- llaooa as a food co'nLroller some nows papers will persist ID using him as a punching bag, observes tbe Mo A solicitor-general Is not a member 'ot the be Is 'not "entitled" to 5H at cabinet meetings. Hoc. Arthur white spllcllor "made of. (he Cabinet i bul tie'office vas-jlot placed ODi'cab-j fbotibg, ge'neral, prpperly a m'ember ol1; the solicUpr general withvnt ffaiikl Ifim. Melfh'en ipts cabinet rani, ,ilo autl games, 'gouge. uuJ rcrresliiufiiU away a hours. ihfl fiilure etlcpe of ihe eockiy are snytVlus the tlrst oue tho be a great xuvcosa. u'rJJfly was observed as Hally Day jn -tlia (i-lmreh here, a -Joint service ultb jbw church and Smwlfty' scliool rJEi'heM, The scrvlco-was based nervfca 'VTlit 'pe'of Hie World'' aud proved to Le i-'' helpful boih (o the icKplars and also lo the adults. -The Kev; J. A. preached wiiprop- dealing with thfe lojilo. oveiilug tho. reverend gcnUe- aii" special sermon ,1.0 ufopie. For come I hue (here has been' fell tho need of a hall- wlilcli coutd be used for all bucLs ol social gatherings. and during iWs jiast active Etepe havo been taken by some of tlio proruluent incmliera of (lie local lodge of K. P'3. to BOO if anything could not be At u mcellne ont Wednesday night these steps confiltlemblj'-an'l II Js FMo to say thai soon a bis new ball CONGOLEUM RUGS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT. BOUGHT BEFORE THE ADVANCE IN PRICE. STOCK IS KXTKA IIKAVY JUST NOW FOH ONE WEEK ONLY OUR'PRICES AS FOLLOWS: Sale tfxf> Price___.. Slft.OO lc, Price Keguliir Sale Price be fiolns up. lias been convicted under the slave act. i t; After belDg conrierlod wllh tue Duf- [erln Rifles, since 1SS4, Capt. J. S. Duniop, sJffBallJng officer has retired lo take up his residence In Guelph. Properly teld by JoLnI'D. Ttockcfel- Icr In New York city Is valued at five million dollars. The city tai figures show a total galii of In New York's really' past year. Tho mayor and coun- cil have accepted the ministerial as- n oleomargarine Importation remov- soclalion's Invitation to allcntl -during the ivar- The unirersilv iif Coluulliii has ustcd Frotessor a CalLell and- Dana r disloyal acts. The former urged e re ten I ion of U.S. troops m Ameri- while Dana was 'eople's council." active in tho Thousands of .en -Foule. from ar stricken regions nf Ibe nlted Slates, are stranded in Hor- n, Maachuria, and Kobe and Yoko- .rua, Japan, and are la deplorable mdltlon. i Qovernor Ihe New ark stale senate for (he ppolutment of former resident of the United .Work- s, as chairman ol the new, The s.enafe acceiled after wicc relusSns Gep.' W] Perklni- Lieu 1. W. L. B. ictled died Jrom" i who Is rfr WAS "an of the Mackenrie, Co. e went overiete with the' Fifth. Unl- erslly rKeirliiE a commJs- on in a Montreal biltalloo. He wai 2 years of and born near. Parry Rather than Hllle girl' iuf- r with her ai4n- crushed in a 'power ash tog machloe, while she Vtrove for doctor, Mrs. J. CIarkETdnt of lerre, S.D., amputated "the' a'rm with nptementa at htod rnah'ed with ie thlld to the- doctor. for Ireatraent f tbe stump. monthly Intercessory service In con- nection with, tho-irar, r The (French-Canadian) uil- lallon undler Licut.-Col. the Hon. P. K lllondln, of Can- ada, ioit Montreal about 300 strong for furtner training- eteewhere. According to a dlspatcb-jfrom Bu.ttc, the stock of the Montana-Canadian Oil company was on Monday- turned over to C. P. Kelley and associates of the Anaconda company. The from Seattle lu thu uprlb. Iq vjsil Mount Kalral has returned Ihe Ing news that the great vclc'ano Is not likely to bia in eruption again f or'; sev- eral thousand years., The'" HeleinEtpTs'Vorresfiondeiit ol SocJal- of. FlhUnd'-'jhJre closing-hope of carrying for the Landtag..! ealdithe.peasants art opposing Hie SocialIsta: The entry United Stales Into tbe wirJhaa-caused an Rltcratlon fn Lhe regulations .with Uie wearing-'of uniforms'by Cinadlan of- ficere and men Trlien in thai country Canadian soldiers are'now allowed to Tlall the United 3 la leu In uniform whether on duty, tea re or furloueh, so long as. they havo first secured B per- mit, signed by their .dlslrlsl officer officer In' Una been started on Iho neVv school buIlcMaes ami tho centra dor hopes that the wl'H bo complet- ed before the cold weather sotj In, "he bulMIng. wjilcli'is to Lc a two :torJed brick one, will present a vnry lunilsonie appcaraiice. and will he ircdit to tho "Iown, The contract for Ihe new church Jial the Preebj'leH-ns are building icre has been let Lhls week aud the work will 5lHrt early ncil week. Tlic' annual of tbe' lleil Cross will bo' held npxt Tuesday at he Manse .and >vlll coniiuencc. at ;i o'clock. It Is UopeJ that nil the neiubcrs and friends will bis vory iiuporlQnt BatherhiE, The election ol officers for the coming vear will be held at this The Ladles' Aid met at the home ot Mrs. 'Leslie on Thursday nflernoon, HAYR HARDWARE CO. account of the slrihe Fort Wdllani has affected most of 111 o farmers liei'o aa all" llio clcraters were full .When Ihc embargo ivcnt on. The small farmer lias liad to wall till Ihc VnrcsMuig rlgii couiu vlll noV have'lo'iiut his ivlicit Jnlo bins. It Is hupcil ty Lliat tlio strike l soon bo selUci) and Ihnt Iho vcincLl of ijie vvhcat will recom- mence. J.; Tho wdine.n's liisllltilc will meet October IJlh at tho home of Mrs. Duchanan.-' .y TIGHTEN COAL EMBARGO ashlitfilon. Oct. make ef- fective ihe fuel .administration's dec- laration of an embargo on coal os- to Canada, the exports admin- tslralive bonrd tonight on iler putilny Inhe shlpmente to lha Do- minion under license restrictions. For the present no UcenBes will LJQ granted, but wlieiv Ihe northwestern stales liavo licen supplied with whiter stores alilpmenla will be reeumed uu- der tlic new Ik'enslrig.jirr'aiigenieriU. good of the members .being Tho embargo which has Jusl teen put on by the railway companies on "One Whole Wheat Meal a the slogan for those who want to conserve food and also con- serve strength and health. But be sure it is the whole wheat prepared; in a diges- tible form. Shredded Wheat Biscuit, is 100 per cent, whole .nothing thrpwn. away. Fifteen years ago Shredded Wheat was 'eaten only as a breakfast cereal; now it is eaten for any meal as a'substitiite for meat, eggs, or potatoes.' .Two or three biscuits with milk or'cream and some-fresh fruits make a nourishing, satisfying meal at a cost of only a few cents. Made in Canada. Will B4 The Same ___j under the Military Service Aft will receive the same pay as now on active aerrke rtcerve. Piy wiD Irom the lime a man reporli duty. Money from trie Palrioiic Fund and Separ- also be available for selected men. Canadian joldiem arewtll paid. The fact that in Canada are generally' higher than ihcrse paid in Europe is recognized in the lyslern of remuneration (or men on active service. Clothing and all equipment in addition to food is also roppfied to the Canadian soldier, leaving Inm with ho expense except personal The rale of pay for men in'the Ca'nadiari EnpediliOnary Force, olhef thaa commisjioned as follows: P.J 12.04 hi the CMC gone Separation Allowance! will bt fcr? those oVptndent Kvelihoxxl i.upon 'sclecled men. The ABowince n file, for 1 ifor warrant officers. The experience is to dependents, in addit dition. thai 'itiriif' men can aflori lo -awign half their pay number of men who have enliited in theCanaclian Iprces" hare' louod off under ihe army rate ol pay, which is granted in addition lo' boaVtV Wfing, clothing, equipment, traruoorlatton, etc., than they were wtntc in crviftan ptMitiom. Their wants are provided lor, and. they receive a ttetitjr xUitton to bwik account each month. TVMiKlfryStrriet Cmintil. IJ2 JUST ISSUED 1917-1918 'f "Investors' Reference" A BOOKLET EXPLAINING THE PROCEDURE [N THE MAKING OF. PURCHASES AND SALES OP SECURITIES AND GIVING THE LATEST AVAIL- ABLE [K FO KMATION, THE L PROM1MENT CORPORATJOM6 .WHOSE ARE LISTED OH 'or CANADA. be glad to send_a on Investment Securities A. E. AMES UNION BANK BLDC.': TRANSPORTATION BLDG. 71 BROADWAY TORONTO NKW YORK 1M9 _-_j The amount of foodstuffs which .Great In depends upon the amoLinti.cf rno'ney which lher Canadian can supply. the Imperial this iTpon, you'placing your savings, al .the the by' sub- scribing to War 'loans ,J AND YOUl? LOCAL BOND'IIOpSEV r The British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET SOUTH ;Ai.BERTA jnaCfef who's cold or where, the Oil can be .brought inlp .irlion in an ijisjant. Chases cliiK from cold corners. I'." Iiasy (o carry. good-Iookifg' -GiC'cs -clcait, odorless, economical hc.it. oVwdwl even tohcn llicsc arn clicap. tiight hoilm of glowing warmlh ,on a -gallon of ROYALl'Tlv COAh Dealers 'everywhere. THE IMPERIAI- Oil, COMPANV HKAttCIIFft IN ;