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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta IPAGE FOUR Hlberta ;OAILY AND WEEKLY We Subscription Oat'y, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, per year Itlly. by mail, per year Weekly, by mall, per year Weekly, by mail, per year TELEPHONES Business Office Edltorlal Office w. A. Buchanan John Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- peer dally on address 'label. Accept- ance ot papers after expiration daln is our authority to continue tho sub- scription. orod n bribe for the extra Borvice. With such an Insinuation under (ho precedent act by tho commissioners t would'be necessary to call In n I'OEI- mitleo of citizens to decide whether It was good policy to alter the route. Probably the commissloncre regret; their action on the nitration contract and In tlio future they will boncllt by tho lesson and act entirely on their own responsiblllty tho citizens pay them iu assume, anil expect them to assume. R ICKED UP IN SSING FOR THE BUSY MA'II JUST REVIVING SIR GEORGE'S MEMORY Sir George Poster may have thouglit the wider market idea hml been alum doned iiy the .vesteni farmers, but thej slvcn at Kesina would awak E. bong, a imminent Orllliu manu- facturer, Is dead. Sarcoc camp will probably be brok- on up by Oct. 30. j I Tiic Vulcan lied Cross Society raised over J101M) in a year. I'elerboro, Out., lost 600 In popula- tion in the last year. UediuoiHl 'junto. r. director of the Ottawa Electric Hulhvay company mill Ottawa Car company, died suddenly. f, Lori Your King and Country netd you right now! en him to the truth that the farmers want the r. S. market. He may yet realize it. like lot of noli-1 A few (.'.iiiad ticians. but it is true nevertheless that, the Hoy.1 ly, the farmers will get that market! _ eventually, oven if they have to wreck City Council passed a couple or more governments. There i bj-iaw miuiring grocers to close ear- is going to be a solid west represented j ly. at Ottawa some ol these days, and it western THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The Bulgarians are rapidly being eliminated as a factor in the war. The Russians and Rumanians have de- veloped n strong offensive against them in the Dobrudja district, while truths. He GRAIN bought outrlflht handled on commission. RETURNS made same -day as received. LL cheques for this dis- trlct Issued by our Loth- 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 "7 Established 1857. W. J. Lloyd, Man. Phone 365 M.M. Clark, Acct. Res Ph'n 1072 The stenm burse Simla, with tons of coal, struck a reef near Brock-'. The stenm Barge simia, ivun Ottawa some ol these days, and it! of co111' struck m'f "e'lr Honey tomeet the needs; Jj'-f-f sX of the west, it is foolish to close the, scl.ibers ,ho amounts. _ ___ ihp cars and imagine- ____ hroke and plug H-e ears and imagine farmer is contented be-! liev. Father Power, of The steamer Maid of tiie Hist broke her propeller shaft when close to the His tariff ideas are not based r-llishness but on economical, freedom to sell and inner, if" prices con-i l.t. Harold .Matthews, son of T. P. foot of the Horseshoe agnra: the passengers ashore in lifeboats. Fall at N'l taken French. British and Serbs are driving j pr up with much success from the Mace- j of donlan front. Important gains by all of these allies have been recorded In this theatre of war within the past few days. With Bulgaria practically confined The assessor's returns show_ St Catharines' population to be li.Ui, at increase of thirty-seven over lasi year, notwithstanding the large iium Iber winch 1ms enlisted. can't rule the land fore little "give and take" now migt them from some heavy bombardment in the future. within her own territory, the task of driving upon Constantinople will be considerably lightened. Simultaneously with successes in the Balkans comes news of the de- velopment of the offensive of the Rus- sians in Asia Minor where the Turks are in precipitate retreat Russian advance aom Trebizond. Tnisi is all evidently a part of the pre-con- ceived plan for the drive on Constan- tinople. SHOULD HEAR BOTH SIDES Frank Steele, of Raymond, in his. letter to the Herald resenting the is reported that Cot Herbert TJruce. of Toronto, is being promoted to the rank of surgeon-general. liev. .Malcolm .MacKinnon for six- I tren years pastor ot the Presbyterian church at has resigned on account of ill-health. George Morrill of Danville, ant lohn Smith, Richmond. Que.. were Hilled when an automobile went ovc !a thirty-foot embankment near Nico let Fall's. .Maor E. L. Knight, reported to hav lieen killed in action, was an engmee _ by profession, anil is survived by In A. S. ooduard. killed in ac-! wife, who now resides in Durham wui a teacher in Kins; Edward Ontario. persions in the alleged testimony ol; j.chool_ and was formerly Ray Knight before the Trade at j sion at Calgary about the experience; in -near beet raising in thai dlKrict.; Stuart Taylor was committed in.-ugar ueei h tne trial on a charge of shooting Constabl. is quite right in contending tlu.t me, Burlington. Out., with in Trade Commission should have heard Very little change has been record- ed on the western front. teat to kill. Norman Graham, nine years old, fell IS LETMBRIDGE TO BE PASSED BY? Medicine are other" witnesses on this question. Hi the commission heard the evidence l ________ that Mr Knight is reported to have down an old elevator chimney at "iven" it' would bo concluded that -Owen Sound, nearly 150 feet, -and j sugar beets could not be instantly killed. advised, will raised in Southern Alberta. The com- I mission could have heard evidence to of nickel ore United States Senator Henry F. Lil pitt of Rhode Island, announces th for i marriage of his daughter, Miss Frai ces Lippitt, to Bris.-Gen. Moreto Foley Gage of the British army, i Paris. nrig.-Gen. Gage is a cavalry o: fleer commanding a division of India troops in France. Second Lieutenant Charles P. Wa die of the sth Battalion. Royal Wes Surrey Regiment, who has been re wounded and missing mus woun __ tajjen for dead, according I battalion billeted there this liave winter. What about Lethbridee Have the local powers that be lost their influ- ence at Ottawa? Lethbrldge has the best accommodation in the west. Way it: being overlooked? Calgary and Edmonton are setting more than -their fair share of battalions for the win- 'Medicine Hat is. getting one bat- talion. Is.Lethbridge supposed ter. ui J10-iV e the Island of New Cale- a meajage from the War Office. Lieu as the youngest, son of th tlie contrary" from farmers experienced; hy proteSSOr G. Miller, Pro Walme ,va in beet raising. They would have! vincial and meniccr of tDn- ,ate given reasons for the beet sugar busi- i ness being abandoned, but the reasons WaWlc, JCBt. Don w' ex-M.P., "Glen would likely have been much diner-: The Japanese einrorof has renue; eil Lieutenant General Count Sel were in-1 Terauchi, former minister of-war umi The Wrigley Spears are constant friends to teeth, breath, appetite and digestion. Women workers relish the refresh- ing, comforting influence of this toothsome, long-lasting confection. Its benefits are many its cost small. That's why it's used around the world. Nothing else can take its place. Chew I after every l forces over the forces of'democracy. F Draper, former ambassador to Italy talion. is- i.einor.use The Trade Commission'is seeking: and Draper. content with the detention camp and about our resource. In the Batter DON'T-WORRY ABOUT SNOWSTORM Predictions are made of'two dollar v aia. tents at the a .by. January. Nobody knows -whether it will be two dollars or one dollar. The farmer in selling must use his own best jadgment. There is this to be said, that if Theat keeps climbing the recent snow- storm may prove a for the farmers. Delay in getting the grain to market while prices advance worry the farmers a bit. It was tie farmer who ivas late with the threshing last year who got the big) prices. It looks as though it would be tUe same this year, too. It would appear that the recent snowstorm covered the unthreshed stocks with a few flakes of gold. be reliable jNew York margt is a Goujhat and based on complete information. to a bale boys are with such lalthful nurses, j of 500 pounds, almost 1 cent a pound. Capt. Seattle asserted. The next holiday is Christmas, your shopping early. Doj A citizen who couldn't offer thanks j yesterday ought to be eihibited in zoo as a curiosity. BRAHMIN BBIDE AND GROOM IN STRANGE CEREMONY. We hope, it has filtered through the commissioners' heads by this time] that they should award contracts onj tlieir. own responsibility. Now if "Wilson only breaks off diplo- j matic relations with Germany over its, latest submarine escapade in near; COMMISSIONERS SHOULDN'T DO IT AGAIN--------------- Shifting a decision from the shoul-1 American water, he may wm back ders of the commissioners to half a some of the support he has lost, dozen citizens is not popular with the citizens at large. No action of the commissioners has been as freely criticized The criticism is just, too. The commissioners are expected to conduct civic business and assume the entire responsibility. 'Mr. Trout in his letter in Saturday's Herald- pointed out a very striking weakness in the commissioners' action. The commis- sioners, gave to.the public their rea- sons for recommending the Roberts fitrpr Later-they decided to call in the committee ot six citizens, but in their letter to these gentlemen they intimated that it was a toss-up be- tween the two filters. Why did they But the two filters on the same basis, after so strongly declaring for the Eoberts filter? We have no objection to the de- cision in favor of the Roberts filter, but we do object to the commission- ers refusing to make the decision themselves They .had investigated and had all tho facts before them. They knew the merits of the two fil- ters sufficiently to endorse one of liem They sho'jM have on the knowledge they possess- ed Tfcs iaiK of graft is offered as an rxcuse It Is now only necessary to talk ip-aft in .order, tii get. the commis- sioners to shift a decision. We might M well insinuate Ihdt the orange cs> route was changed because some pro- jerty holder in'the Duff Addition, of- The mayor says he is more satisfied than ever that he did the right thing! in referring the filtration contract to about the mayor you can always count used far miming d and soft soap, fo softening water, for clean- disinfecting and for over lOO other purposes. Write Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrigley for the funny Spearmerrs Mother Goose Two flavors Made in Canada Corporal John S. Barker, formerly I.ieut. M. H. Latie, who had -been In JUKI, tj> i--------- k of Commerce at Strain thnk of merce based to the ano WHH wife and children at Parkhill, Ont. next June, the pastor Hev. A. rell, havi-.ig gone overseas as a cuap- lain. clerk-of the .county of Huron. lohn i Cook, formerly chief clerk on' the Michigan Central, railway at St. Thomas, Ont., has been promoted IP nf trainmaster on thft on at Claremont, Oat., .ocalit injury which followed an ante monj All Radhaoai I'.iwar, married to S M I'agar at t! i rtant. York In the rear la Swam! JJodhananda who perrormed the novel v1- vnrk ml lit flrit glimpse of Indian divorce-proof marriage when th nrahmlnee oride an 1 groom went through the nuptial cereAony. Both ar "omSalJnlversuy graduates.and will natrte-Iaml for gov vcrnincnt educational service. famous clles Scott, md ,ne.t.m4bl. value o for skin lllmc-its and injuries Tiic s nothing "n equal ZamDuk for duVascs-nothl-iK w sootliinR and healing nothin" that .nfl .ninntlon and had Buk -ipulled, w ,11 cry f because tliey know ,t mds their pain jnd poisoning Y Mrs I Wilson of Sarnia, Ont, says I not do without Buk for my family. find It so splendid for burns, sores, eto Mrs J writes uSteLZSSZ, while tecthinj, wjs with a Applications oj uui uj turn o or, kept the skin soft, ended the tinn and irritation, and very sOon raah had entirtlv disappeared. I have ther skin with the same ictory result." Mr f B. Andrcscn of 1407 E. 22nd St., Mlnne- apolis writes: For seven years Buk in our home and could gtt aloog without it. Whenever any of the children, my v. Ife or self meets an accident, we "'waya use Zam-Buk, and it has never bem known to fall It has saved us many a doctor s hill. ZnmBuk Is composed exclusively of herbal essences and vegetable extracts, with none of the animal fats and poisonous mineral drpfii found in ordinary ointments, and can be uaed with perfect safety on the most delicate even the skin of a baby. If yon have not yet tried this wonderful herbal ointment, we invite you to try it now at our expense, as pec follow- ing coupon. iupon All druf box, 3 for il.25. or Zam.bnk Co., Toronto, Sic I SendthUeottpoR, atai I I of tn< 1C (lor relorn Zam-Buk CoVTaroaM .for ttec-ititl box. ;