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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta VAUE Hlbcrta DAILY AND W E E K L Y Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, per year "by mail, per year ..Jo.OO J3.00 Weekly, by moil, per year Jl.OO SVeekly, by mail, per year to TELEPHONES Business Office 1253 Editorial Office 122< W. A. Buchanan John Torrancs .Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- pe.-.r daily on address label. Accept- cnce of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue too scriptlon. Your King and Country need you right now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Resumption of activity on the Som- front was marked yesterday by 'the capture oC important positions in !the vicinity of Chaulnes wood south "Your telegram recoiveu. i wmnu feel deeply uiortllled to Inlvo you or anybody lilco you votovfornui.'. Since you have access to many disloyal Americans and 1 have not, I will ask you to convey this messago to them." Now Wooilrow didn't mince words- His moaning Is Clear. He only wants tho votes 'of Loyal Americans. To j many on this 'side of tho line who have considered Wilson's European policy weak and vacillating, it is surprising to find tho entire sentiment ot tho German element in the United States Is with Hughes and ngalust Wilson. They claim he hits been piuidering to the allies. On tho other hand, the from another quarter, criticising him tor his failure to protest against the invasion of Belgium and to deal severe- ICKED UP IN TOR THE BUSY MAN H. S. Lemon has been appointed police magistrate at Moose- Jaw. SOO sohliars will he biiiuu-u at Gait, Out., tins winter. Colors were presented to the. 153rd at GuelplL The war is costing Canada at pres- ent abo.ut one million dollars a day. Richard Dixie of UrockYille, died at the ago of one hundred years and sev- en months. 1 An ngUntlon has been started In Toronto to ask the government to is- sue medals to mothers who have lost sons at tho front.! After a long illness the death took place of ex-Mayor J. I'. MacArtuoy, o( i Niagara Falls, In his 80th year. Do- I ceased was n nat.ivo of Bradford, Out. Richard McNauglilon, whose daugh- ter Inua was killed by an automobile driven by a tester tor the company malting the car, was awarded and costs by a jury at Sandwich. Lieut. Herbert E. Moore, son of Hie Rev. -11. .1- Mooro, rector of St. George's church.. Toronto, after bolng slightly 'wounded t'wo -weeks ago, was killed in action. A farewell .h'anquot was given at, Pictoii to the Prince Edward county officers and in on' of tho 155th Batta- lion. ly with Germany when one of It? sub- marines, sank the Lusitaula. The German viewpoint is expressed in the. following article from the New baronet. Yorker Ilorold, a leading German newspaper: "Every now and then we receive lettc-rs the contents-of which may he __ summarized in the following question: L- Fliwill smith, of Tillsonburg. of the Saskatchewan government, and the race ot the fact that Messrs. bccn siven.comuumd of one ofhis] recentlM transferred-from the -Moth Roosevelt, Bacon and other rabid, jiajCEtv-s ,motor launches. anti-Germans, are standing by Patrick Benson, North Bay's oldest SerEt. H. A. Chalmers, Winnipeg, who was killed-at-the: front, was a Edmonton ".battalions thus far !n the war have had .S3 men killed in action. Moses Simmons, 72 years of use, a farmer well known in Middlesex coun- ty, died from suffocation when a gra- vel pit on his farm on which ho was at work caved in, covering him to. a depth ot several feet. Serst. Alex. Milne a former employee don't. you believe that German-Ameri- canism is entering upon a dangerous patli when it unreservedly supports the Republican to another battalion, was found guilty by a Jury in the Supreme Court at stealing documents from "1- age of eighty-six years. _ In answer to this we are able to I The of Niagara Falls, say that. .judginc from Hughes' past. Ont escm3ive of WO soldiers at the increased from to 'Tihe not, under'any circumstances, j rronf jias the Somme. by the French, m which j to oe- influenced by these ,---_ But' 'operation 1200 prisoners were taken. j siomcnts jn his environment. 'This will considerably advance the j evon in the worst even if Charles I of the French to the south of IE. Hughes should wish to take Into I----- j office with him the pro-Britishism and: tion, I "'the desperate fighting tha, such'IrS Mayor of-Calgary, to be a candidate for re-elec- lowed to go on suspended sentence. A Canadian Associated Press cahlo from .ondou says: "The Canadian Army Council annnnncns an ordsr for- bidding honorary colonels to wear uni- has de- i form in this country. This will bo on in Greek Macedonia, estensive proofs, every citizen generally welcomed anionjj the Can adian community here. English pap- ers have had caustic comments upon of th Wi ______ ______ balance of victory continues, to. be {German origin" should cast his vote townships of- Quebec, has ecu killed Francis E.llorkill. a member "honorary Canadian colonels who stalk 'ouES families in the .eastern j along Whitehall, receiving salutes ga- -J r Vith the allies. Yesterday the Hughes, for- tlw reasons outlined, action. follows, by a German, pastor wnt-i in Hie Hcrold des Glaubens: Corp. F. J. .Taylor, a divinity stu- 'ture.of two more towns to the .the river Struma, by the British, was, .In -recorded. give ?Jr. .Wilso: The eiieui to which tf.e British are his successor., Hughe: in the struggle on all' is indicated by the casualties lore from the genuine article of-every rank." There is to be official war by the Provincial License Board of Ontario the German-Americans dent at Trinity College, Toronto, and Provmcml License ,n a snarn lesson in the i son of Rev, E..K, Taylor, rector of upon socal led port v, ines for hua- for the week just passed, which total over CANADA IS GLAD, TO TAKE PART Canada has sent nearly of her best young mea oil to war. Of those who went overseas only a haiid- fu2 remain alive. Out of one battalion from- west Ontario two men are alive; out of another battalion ot 120 men in the same section, five are alive. And Canada didn't have any more interest in the European fiasco than we hud; that it belonged to the British. Empire. Canada used to boast that it didn't pay a cent to the upkeep of -tlio. British navy yet got its protec- tion, that it was entirely self govern- ing and -.could- do anything ;it .wished except Qiiit the British Empire. Anil war broke out. over the seas it paid a bigger price than if It had paid paltry millions to build up the Em- pire's navy. Americans are inclined to believe that Canada would be better off. if it were in business for itself. Some thoughtful, friend has mailed us the above from the West-' order not to spoil the prospects of a second: term, will, .take this well to heart .and not fed. under the obliga- tion of treading on the German-Ameri- cans' corns too much a la "Wilson. blows' have, already had their effect more than once in this country and brought refractory politicians to their senses. In my opinion, this mode of procedure is the only way by which the German-Americans .can extricate themselves with propriety from the dilemma that has developed and as- sert themselves politically with, respect and'honor, and _'-These- words, cpme from our OWTI heart. Lieut. Frank Edgar, a former mem- suit, it other atesa are not success ber of the Winnipeg Rowing Club, fill, in recommendations foriniportan aiso of the .Hlmhirst Golf Club and legislative amendment'.to, he, Ontan. St. Andrew's Society, has been killed n action. He was V. 'or Tees and Persse. hope, X. D., Standard. It is on a par. with a lot of stuff being printed across, the line with a view no doubt to dis- courage immigration to Canada, nada is not a nation that pays other people to fight for its cause. Our men have gone overseas, not as hut as volunteers. To fight Canada's cause, yes, and the cause of North XJakota and every other state in the union. We would be a mighty poor lot if we held off and paid Great tain, South Africa, Australia and New- Zealand to do our fighting. 'The Jiope Standard seems to forget that Canada is a part of the British; 'Empire and that the British Empire, the is in danger in this war. If the enemy could place troops on" our shores would do so, just as it has placed spies and agitators in fie United States to create the impression that the United States didn't count with a certain ele- ment, and that Germany was first. Canada is in this war of its. own free will. A united- parliament repre setting the whole people' met voted the money for participation. If we had been cowards and weaklings and an ungrateful people we could havs kept out, Canada possesses lib- erty, freedom tand justice, and wants to retain them and have other nations enjoy them. As for Canada being in business for Itself, we might recall that Uncle Sam is m business for himself, and he .has had a pretty slippery time to keep out of this war. There are a lot of peo- ple m the United States who feel their country has been thinking far much of self and too little of human- ity and self respect. can tell the V7esthqpe Standard that, while the war is of men, hut not in anything like the proportion the North Dakota paper figures out, and a lot of jve are not crying demand .Iha'fj we sliall keen our end up until the conflict ends in victory, not for Canada, hut for the civilized world The soul .of Canada is arouse'd. We thfnk more'Of our day than we do of self. We love hu- manity more. Uiandaie. has heen' Uiiied' in action. lay success- it G R RAIN bought outright or handled on commission. ETURNS made same as received. ALL cheques for this dis- trict Issued by our Lettv bridge branch. IN direct touch with buyers through our own ex- port department. NONE better equipped to give you service." James Richardson and Sons, Limited 201'Sherlock'Bl'dg... Phone 777 Established 1357. W. J. Lloyd, Man. Res Phone 365 M.M. Clark, Acct. Res Ph'n 1072 People's Forum LADY HUGHES HAS A NARROW ESCAPE Lindsay. Out.. Oct. an auto- mobile accident which occurred last night.at Omemee. Lady Hughes, her two daughters, Miss Aileen and Mrs. Major Byron Green, and Mrs. Green's two children, had a narrow escape. Tile party were on their way back from Peterboro, where they had left Lieut.-Gen. Sir Sam Hughes, and wheir entering Omemee an attempt was made to pass another automobile. Tho way being narrow, the Hughes car was quickly turned on to a gravel stretch, when it turned over, throwing the oc- cupants out. AH escaped with slight bruises and a shaking up, save Mrs. Green, who was pinned beneath the car. After be- TAKES ISSUE WITH JEWS Lethbrldgo, Oct. 2, 1910. Eldltor Lothbfldse Herald: Dear reading an article Horald re Jewish New Year's, services, I got greatly .In- terested in the dates given hi regard tri the world's ages, in comparing 'their-account and what .is generally accepted, ono is at a loss to account for them arriving at a different find- ing to th0 current boiler. It. is hardly possible that the Jews have been .in- dulging In a Rip Van Winkle stunt. We cannot accept 'the Jews' figures as In any way reliable. They have jnadu so many mistakes in regard to own history and their, own -pro- phets'-'.visions that little 'reliance con he placed on statements that arc un- corroborated by secular history and the Hebrew1' prophets. May 1 ask, Where is the House ot David today that was nevor to want a man to be :a rulei-7 Where is that place spoken ot by Nathan tho pro- phet to King David? Chronicles "Also 1 will ordain a place for my people Israeli and will plant them, and they, shall.dwell in their place, and shall he moved no shall the chiidren'of wickedness waste them any more, as at the beginning." J. M. Ritchie. THURSDAY, QCTOBEU 12. DO YOU IMAGINE that your rtln trouble Is because ordinary treatments have failed? If to get Zam-Buk and prove, ta thousand! ot ethers that Zam-Buk of heal- ing after everything else failed! Mrs. Horfin, ot 183 Manning Avo., Toronto, wrltw: "For eight months my little ion's fan TM ilmpl; covered -vlth ecsema. The pain and Irritation were M Intensi that he could not sleep. He re- treatment at a hospital, but It did him no] good. Then I heart of Zam-Buk and comraencei using It. H really worked wonders. The pain and Irritation torn alwppeir- ed, and I could notice a decided with the treatment until] now his (tee Is quite free from sorts hli akin Is perfectly I cannot be grateful enpugb, for what Zam- Buk has done, aid I be without It." T Enm Buk is nod for ring- worm, satt rheum, ulcers, old sores, pUM, bnrns, scalds, cuts skin Injurisa. GOc. hoi, 3 for 11.26, all druggists or Zam-Buk Co.V THE SUGAR BEET INDUSTRY Le.thbrldge, Oct. 6, IDlli. Editor Lethbridge. Herald: was very much.inter- ested, in the article on why the sugar beet industry failed in Raymond, as set forth by. Hay Knight before the] Dominion Royal .Commission in Cal-j gary on Wednesday last. Now. .1 lived in Raymond for two1 years while the sugar factory was run- j ning and 1 beg to differ from Mr. Knight as to the real cause why the factory had to shut down. From tho time the factory opened there was great dissatisfaction among .the farm-i -ere who raised the beets. There were! WOODROW WILSON AND THE GERMAN VOTE Woodrow Wilson wrotexone note ro- that should re-elect him as pre- sident of the United States, provided ho stays with the sentiment therein expressed. It was a telegram to the (lea'd of the German-American league: act and in the establish Lindsay, reached Omemee soon after ment of some sharp control over dr.ug. He was-Winnipeg traveller thn accident and rendered medical aid. without incurring derision being exposed to ridicule.1 United and powerful action and every vote for Wilson is a vote for unneutral'ty, partiality, and It is very evident that Germans hate Wilson. president has not always been -that of Jonn Si Willison in the old days., was as advocate of tolerance and unity. Today in the Toronto News he is- the oi Canadian unity "and peace amongst all the" peoples that we have in the Dominion. he tool of the bigots of Ontario. Kansas" has one motor for every person's' in the state. more you mproving and probablyjthe cold water ._ system is largely respon- According to a statement made by the the other :day the total number of South Africans under arms at 'the; present time is of the European population. ten is generally regarded senting the fair extent of men of mili- population1 of birth or- ex- tr-acUon is-, only half of British origin, A. new and unexpected view of; the late Kitchener js given by Chap- Iain Bateson, of the Wesleyan Meth odist He says: Kitchener who took me into his house and was a father to me in my time of weakness and sickness, and it, was 'K.' who, in his kindness and love, nursed me-; and- brought me round to health stood at- the -foot of the. stairs at the memorial service to Go_rdon and gave since'the war began, go to his rooms and talk to. me STARTED WORK AGAIN Out anch taVBT tick that I roijd tot work. frtad Ott rail u< left for. m aanplf art HM4 tbav, ui (oral (JSJJg I kU Ot lOut texM ef J4 THEA mil aui itrone tt I did cl 30. fartner, now 61 yean yearn old. frank All inisMn ull Gin PUli it SOc. box, or 6 for 12.50. ing extricated she was taken to the several causes of complaint, but the I residence of Dr. Karle in an of these were, firstly, the ill-1 condition. It was found that j convenient-place .of the loading her back was severely hurt, and she form; and secondly the grest also sustained serious bruises about i surrounding tho profits by the stock- the body She regained consciousness holders of the company. As one far- mer said to me, "Not one of us know: what dividends-the stockholders are receiving, it might he anywhere from I 1 per cent to 50 per cent, but it is nil! kept ns-silent as- the grave." Now} this is where-the company .made great mistake, they should have 'is- sued a statement as to the profits made by the company at the end of each sea- son and _the farmers would have -been more satisfied. I' have a suggestion to offer in re- gard to the sugar'factory in Raymond. It'is this: let the factory remain in Raymond and turn It into a co-opera- tlve sugar factory. Let all the Jarni; ers who promise to raise beets for the factory bo allqwed stock In the plant and let them pay for' their stock out of the beets 'they raise, say half in 1917, and iioif in 1918. There "are enough wealthy raen_ In Raymond to finance such a scheme finished pay- .jitli tile farmers had ing for their 'stock. 1 note Knight states Unit' there are not enough women and chil- dren in Raymond to take, care of the beets, but he is mistaken. I have seen sugar factories built in Utah in towns with only half the population of Ray- mond and flourishing, today slmpsy because the farmers and their wives were allowed to buy stock in the plant. Down in Utah the'farmers and .their wives and all the children who are old enough work like beavers at .thejieets. They-know when they are slaying" away broiling hot summer sup thinning heels, and later" toiling away top- ping the beets and loading and unload- ;i ing them that they are going to enjoy the full reward 'of their labor instead of Slaving away to make rich men still richer. Co-operation, has been a grand suc- cess among- the'-farmers of Utah and here is no reason on earth., why it sholilfl "equally successful in Raymond. -.It i.itould be a thousand pities for that sugar factory to be re- mover from Raymond, for if it could he run on tha same lines as the co-op- erative, plants Utah it would be baund to prosper, and it would not only mean the prosperity of every line of business iri Raymond, but of all the surrounding district .as well. I venture to predict tliat if the plant is re-opened under the plan I have sug- gested that the population, of Ray- mond instead of.belng stationary as it has-been for 50 many .years, will grow and bounds and also that It couchs arc would not.be long before a large or KM Excel tion woulOiavi, to .-be built to the i cough, plant. I trust tfie people of Raymond will: thihK'It over before .they let such'a splendid asset as the sugar factory away from them. A. B. Sheldon. FRANK YEI6H TO LECTURE UN (TED STATES An important in Canada in in the U S is the securing of Prank Yeigh by the Washington .Economics Depart- ment to lecture on "Canada SAYS WESTERN CROP BUSHELS Winnipeg 'Oct if W B expert, was 3 gufst on the flrain Eichange today He rlaces the "vyestern Canada wheat crop at 090 lushels, 1 1 Mother-Made, Quick f Acting Cough Sarup J f I'M Eullr UttlK HH :Hothor., you'll aenr you ire miming until Ton upi this m try it Cluldren love ita swollen threat membrane, with ease and promptness for p-own M for This splendid cougnVB, bottle 8TETTLER JUDGE APPOINTED Ottawa, Oct. A. Morrison, of VegreyillfV was {oday appointed Judge of the 'district court; Stettler. asthma or Pinel pound of Helm witn the world effect on the Beware' 'of CANADIAN BANK QF COlVlMERCg HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT 8QXES. S' t LODGE YOUR Title Deeds, IMortgapes, Policief or atfaer valuables in one of tbewboiei ITOIITHER INFORMATION R. T. BrftWfltefi, ;