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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TUK LKTIIHRmTiE IMB.T OCTOHEn 11, 1917 Cb; Hlbcrta i 3 A I LY AND WEEKLY ftuhierlDtlon RttEt- dellrered. per week .10 Dally, delivered per j'eur ......5500 Dally, br mill, per jeir.........f'00 .Weelilj-. bj tnsil, per year JVteklr.-by mill, per to U.S..J1.0i> mere wealth not give a wan fame. The Goulds and tho Yauder- bilts and the Rockefellers will be (or- gotten Tvhca Gladstone, auft Lincoln and Edison and Dariclu and HusTey aiid other men. used their 'minds for (he advancement of rlvllleatlon and science and philosophy are rev- ered by the coning generations. U ima thai money .welt used cau be cf service to mankind, but bralcs well used, find things for money to do. Sessor Whoeler Is a scientific meiiUng farmer, ID a humble way lio bas helped agriculture aud helped Western iJiruianJ per cent, more than the' mnii who sold real estate, made a fortune, built .1 man- sion, rode lu a high power, expensive automobile and entered so-called high society through the money route. True _______________________service to our fellow-men and our com- Dates ot eiplry ol 3Up4cripTton5_ap- mon (i far preferable Lo TELEPHONES Bualne-is Olfice Editorial Office ltxl W. A. Buchanan Present aad Managing Director John Torrance Duslnesa Manager dally on. address latwL Accept-1 vice of papers after Mc'railon djtu Is pur authority to continue the iub- for ii. Vour Klna and Country Need You No.vl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR ,H has (aken six week for tho nen-sLr0al BREAKING A PRECEDENT IN THE STATES. j Across we have always con inc "Colonel" lo be a ver? I common personage, especially ia Ken- t'icky, that may be true, general Ij Jiard to fiud. Our to leak out of Germany lliai a serious jrleuds over there nre very careful mutiny broke out in the navy anil that ntout decorating an officer v.-lth tbat warships vrere seized by iheir crews -and officers murdered. The reports of the mutiny indicate inal It is the first We are told by an American oper tbat tradition Is thai the ot general Is a rare and cxcep- PICKED UP IN BUSYMAN Loudoii. Out. tias voted to owa and Sillas L. aged 96, ll dead operate coal yards. Dr. Drake, well London, Ont- pljyslclaa. died suddenly. IkocfcviUe'a pcim'iaiion Is ao increase la a year ol only ol. John's Anglican church. Saska- toon, vras fot in ally dedicated OQ Suu- day. II cost at Markbhui. Ont. RoM- Weir, head of the J, It Co., Moutreal, Is dead. II. H. Youell. of Petrolea, lias made manager o[ the Bank ot Tor- j onto at Mlkou. U. S. Secretary of War IJalcer denies (he ruuior thai he eitlerlaluo ambl'Mllltnry and naval purpoaea, rie- against the territories of her Kelghbora, have been charnclerlsUc ot German colonial policy. Not till Gcr- ihany la "either powerless or will Nerv and Aualralla, for instflnce, cease lp dread and oppose Uie restoration of her Pacific colonies. ANDREW CARNEGIE EL1TTLES WEALTH, "In time the mere dan or wealth hfmseK will come to that, In ..the estimation of those of Ihe wisest judgment, ht "-hag no place wilii the man, He oc- iuples a distinctly lower plflne Intel- And fa Che aiming da? brafo K tcd.steiid ofcorc- rfollara, conduct both. Ko nssn has f.vfir sccur- M mach less fftioc, from ttcre wealth. It confern. no iKsllnc- (Ion "amongst the good ttr lia .great." The (s an u Iterance' of An- one of the .wealthiest The Ottawa Cillzen thinks Fre Dancrolt, of Toronto, should bo Into a Xatfonrl government becaus he is a, friend of conscription. J. C- .Wallers and P .M, Dra er because they failed lo give the r cent Trades Congress a proper Jea Ha for Jag. Simpson and RIggr M.P.P., It puts them in the ant sfrlpUon class. In connection with the r'lavclle t qulry, there la a Elory which may m be accurate and (rue, but which a I) ear a to have a basis of fact, accor Ing to tho Toronto Saturday Nigh U U Balrl Hint after Food Control Hoover took charge In (he Unite Slates, one flrat barriers met .with In attempt to brln down food prices, was the high ma ket rale for live.hogs.- tie conferrc wilii the leading packers of the. Un cd Stales, and look them to task f the situation. They came back slron at Mr, Hoorer, and adTlsgd him lo i gunning for Flavcllc. Aiter turlu Invesllgaltoa Inlo the matter1, tl lhat Hoover made rcpr scntaiioQB direct lo Ihe' Drlttali roads In the last ten years Wm. Harrey, or reirojm, a d oil weH driller, is dead as a result injuries sustained al Glcncoe, when 3 rig fell upou him. Hev. Father Palllo, O.M.I., who has population In the western provinces ore non-EngHsh. The clly of Cblcsfio lias (he appointment of a board lo which Ll T.-I11 loan to hg fnveslcd in potatoes Tor tho hcnefit of tho poor. Tory Catholics will wall upon Ibe They will be sold at D5c a bushel. The government to protest agalnsl Ihe ap- retail price obtained al present Is J1.5G polnlmenl of a non-Catholic lo the va- j a. bushel. cant Uceuse inspectorship at Toronto. According to word received at Hani' CONGOLEUM RUGS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE BOUGHT BEFORE THE ADVANCE IN PRICE. STOCK IS KXT11A IIKAVY JUST N'OW FOR ONE WEEK ONLY OUR PRICES AS FOLLOWS; 0x9 Regular Sale Price flxl) Regular Sale Price 9x10% Kcgiihir Sale Price {1x12 Itegiiiar IjilS.ttO. Sale Price SJC.25 ijilO.OO i HAYR HARDWARE CO. C, OuchAtian; Southern Alberts, Hov.i Uarnor; North Saskatchewan, llcv. J. A. Doylo; Soulhern and Manitoba, Dr- Parwlu. Uavld Swayzo, eldest son ot Judge Swayro, ot Lludtay, a cadet In tlko Koyal Flying corps, waa hilled al Camp Dordcn, as a result ot nn ac- cident lo his machine. Cadet Swayzc was lu his.'twenty-third year and last spring graduated from Osgoodc Hall, Joining llic ttojal' Flyiag corife Im- luedialcly after. The Toronto Hotel company and Uic King Edward Hotel company will likely sell tho King KihvarJ liotcl to the United Holel company, which al present condncta ctghteen hotels. Tlio offer exceeda ono million dollars. Tho Nelson clly this-year, for the first IHon by Rev. George Lcbbs, two mem-1 King Edward ..hotel wag opened In Uaie In Us history, financed Its opera- bers of his congregation nl St. James' "in" tions without borrowing any money church, Privates U, Jones and 11, and is now JoneS .were deliberately murdered by from the bant, ahead. the-Huns. The letter comes from Pie. H. Hanson, one of his flock, who tells Two sons flud one daughter of of those who escaped and others re- llcnry Eschew, a farmer near Albert ported as prisoners In Germauy. Lea, Minn, were fatally injured, and j Eschew and. en pastor in charge of St. Anthony's r'sh. South Kdmonton. for a num- r of years, has been transferred to Paul's parish. Saskatoon. his wife rrere severely auto lurncd lurlle. W. G. Glllett, former mayor of Xel- son nod Fort j and oce of Ihe The following mtssionnTj- euperln- (endcnts were appointed by (he Ren- tal board of missions ot tbe Metho- disl church; lirltlah Columbia, Rev. O- Longworlh, 69 years old. drlrpr of tho car; Miss Letlle Knickerbocker. Jessie I-ongwood, all of Annadalo, and Ilatlle Davis, of Clear Lake, wera killed, At Hie rocetlDp of llio scneral board of missions of Ihe Moihcnllal church, tho second section of tho executive committee was named as follows; Hcv, C. L. Mclrvlue, Hamilton; Rev. J. D. Elite, Kingston; J. M. Tweed; tlov. Dr CooX, Wlnnl-1 laynion, J. II. Gundy. G. H. Wood, 13. Sparling, Sir J. Fla- vellc. Tho first section ivaa riamed fis follows: llov. Dr. Shorcy, HOT. G. N- Ilr.zcn, Hov. Dr. llearlz. Rev. D. N. McCamus, Jlev. S. W. Dean, Messrs. Hon. E..J. Davis, 11.'Good- wlii, lioii. Justice McLaren, T. 1IU- Harcl and N. Rowoll, K.C. Falling oft a logging train, some tltslaneo Trom Courtenay, B.C., Jim aicrjregor, ageu 2C, crushed bc- Iwccn the oil boi and llic llca anil died from Ills Injuries a few hours lat- er In the Comox hospital. Only week a apo ho married, a nf year-old As" Ibe remains 1903. H cost moro thaii to liulld, counting tho price of the Innd. Tlio offer Just made, It Is docs not esccei) half of tho original outlay. Four persons, members ol an aiilo- nvobllo" parly thai started Irotu St. Cloud for LI Uie Falls, were ..._______ killed by tho Winnipeg flyer on tho being shipped to Jnines Northern Pacific near St. Cloud, Klup, aged 63, a close friend of M ly thrco .Inclecn- of the three' aulomobllca hail passed the crossing safely, but the last ta Br. .White; Xortlicm Albcrla, Rev. T. was struck lo atoms. Gregcr, who acting as pallbearer, (lioijpcd denil from heart failure on tho plaEform, Gordon Hall, late ot Drampton, has manager of tho Whit- branch of the Domtiuon Lank in ccession to S. D. Terry, who has een moved lo Toronto. f L. V. Porlio has been appointed El- ector of surreys (or Ontario, to suc- ted the late George D. Kirkpalrlct, ho had filled that position since IS, Four hundred and twenty-two par- led men from, Canadian pgolten- aries have volunteered for overseas ervice and have done exceptionally welL Coalition of five minor parties, in- uCtng the' Bull .Moose end prohlbl- tiu, is iinderscontomplatron in Cht- ago, with a view lo striving for Ihe residency la 1920. Jepl. of Agriculture Officials Agreed Thai He Is Largest In Canada' Sheepmen of AJberla and the wesl enerally flocked here yesterday for he first ram sale ercr held here, and among those In evidence was Ray Knight of Raymond, who Is now un- disputed as the biggest sheep ranch- er In Ceuada. Mr. that he haa sheep In hla bands with more purchases coming from Montana. Tor a Jong Umc It was a neck and leek race between' Mr. Knight ant ll, C.1 Harvey as to who shoufd have the honor of lielng called Canadan biggest sheep man. They raa neck and neck last spring at ,to Hut where Mr. Harvey has dec I Jed to follow the frJan of breed Infe up his flocks by Ihe addition ol Imported slrea and ewes, Mr. Knlgtil thinks the lime la opportune lo buy all the sheep he can- handle, and he has lately Increased hla bands some largo purchaser, bringing present total tip to 44rOOO. Some Ihcse are ram Iambs which he wll sell off during cany wlnler bu he carry about through Ihe winter and says he has plenty of feed .for all contingencies, eapeclai ly the range Is (air at the prescn Umc. Becent pnrchaRea by Mr.' Include 2000 from J. L. Peacock, 330 from D, Powijllaon, 1000 from J, T Ilcnlnger, Hi00 from Dlshop Harkcr and three Montana bands, Mr. Peacock has recently he Idea tho hand to Mr. Knight, 20 ewes to M. C. DuHleld of PJnclic Creek, 500 to J. M. Tanner of Woo ford, 1000 to A. M. and J. A, Hcnr of California who .liavc recenll bought Jar.d tsrs from ihe C. P. and'406 to A. M. Morrow of Coaldalc .1. A. Hill of Ihs fjomlnfon depart- mfinl nn.'I F. Stcrcns, prorlncfal livestock commiagloncr, aro lu Ihe MEDICAL BOARD In Ite ifflri lie l rose from poverty lo '''7 that wealth beioc all. Aa ho sa'ya, oiSse, MEplnlnlne thai on this icily ic-iay anii Hie? asree In sitting cootfcent were at top figures on ac- count of the nature of the contract Ihe William Divlei Co. wllti Ihe govcrnnlCTit, The effect was that the conlrnrl.i between Ihe War lhat MiC Knlglil II the largest iheep rancher In Canada and. among .the largest on the continent. 71 la under- stood thai Mr. Knight, whllo he It sclllnB out Ms farming Intercuts here preparatory to returning to Utah, omcc and Flavello were suddenly ler- wl11 conlln'je to Iiold his sheep In fell after lits departure, CANADA. Medical Boards; are Ready Medkd Boards are now ready to examine all men wfio apply-as to theii physical, filneis for military service. These boards are established throughout this district. Upon into Category A if he is fit (or service in overseas righting units; Category B if fit for in Army Medical Corps, Forestry CalegoryC ii fii for service in Canada Only men medical rraminatjon places thein'm Category A will included those required lo join the cofoura in (lie first inflame; the man placed in any .other category will remain at home until men in the category to which he has been assipiea are oiled to the The men placed in Category A may ftil! apply lor exemption on any ground, Men between the ages ol 20 to 34 inclusive, who were unmarried or widowers without children on July 1917, are strongly advised to report before a Medical Board at once. Thii U the quickest and surest way for them to find out their status under the Act Parents and employers are also urged to have those in whose cases they are specially interested1 Visi! a Medical Board and undergo examination. The methods of examination are simple and will, result in no discomfort or inconvenience. _' n the time for employers to obtain facts of the greatest value (o them in making their calculations. The Medical Boards will determine how many ol Iheir employees will be left at home (or physical reasons find how many will be selected lor service Unless ari application lor exemption be made with success. Ittmtd-by The Military Serelce. Council, THERE ARE MEDICAL BOARDS. blSTRICT AT LETHBRJDGE EDMONTON STBTTLER CALGARY MACLEOD YKRMILION 1 CORONATION MEDICINE HAT WAlNWRIdllT r ;