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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1917 LETHBIVDGE PAGE FIVE Premier Issues Statement .On the New Coalition Govt. Ottawa, Oft- follow official statement bearing on union I HtvommiuU was Issued at thlei Tlic (oHovvInR ministers have re- tired from tbo positions, they have Lldtorta held In tbo goveriiuieDlt Hon. Krank Coclinnu1; lion. Sir. Ueo. 1'crlcy. Hon. J. D. Hazon. llou. W. J. Ilocho, Stoii. T. W. Crolhere. Mr. Cocbraim will romaiu a member fct Lto government portfolio p.utl It Is nutklpaled Inst at ait early dato ho will lako up very Important ilullcs In connrcllon with the Cauad JHI Norlheru Hallway, II generally conceded on all sides that Mr. Cochrano's admin- istration of Canadian government rail- ways has Ltca sound and business- like; tbal ho. honestly and di..geutly oouglit to serve tho public "interest, ond lLat lie haa successfully handled floino moat difficult problems during tho six years he has had chnrgo ot tbo Important department o[ railways and canals. Tlio experience thus gnlo ed Euould prove inoal usctul lo Mr. Cochranc lu his new duties, and should make possible any effective co-onllnallon of the Interests of our 'newly acquired western lines with tbe requirements ot our older established Hues lu eaitern Canada, lo the ad- .antaeo of the Canadian covcrumeni railway system at a whole. Mr. Cocfi- rme IB also not' without experience la Ute of problems ot scllle- ment and Incidental developments wklcn are to closely allied to the general railway problem ot today liav Ing been sir years mlolilcr of lauds, forests and ml DCS 'In tLc province of Ontario. There la Jio doubt Ifcfet the olflelaU ond employees of the Inter colonial aud Transcontinental will Le moat sorry to lose Mr. Cochrano lor who Ihey entertain UiB greatest res- licet aud regard. Men. Mr. Cranr The Hon. A. T. Crerar, of Winnipeg, U a native ot the province ot Ontario. years ago he moved with hla father to the province of Bright Eyes indicate buoyant health. When the eyes arc dull, liver and bow- els need regulating. Quickly reston healthy conditions with a dose or BEECH PILLS Canada. Aa chairman of the war pur- chasing he bnJ naturallr and was ID eitcnElre farm- HORSES FOR SALE There will he two of heavy horses for file at BONNELL'S LIVERY After- October Ifitli Phone 1053 2SC-4 proved of !mmo Bit ion (o T effect .with much eattsfi Ion that, during his motion In tho house of commons had been directed against tho admin alrallon of (hat deparlnienL- His Irene sonae. ot duty, his thoroughness and hla careful administration of a de partraeat in which there wero many Langera for unwary ad mini a Ira ton bear Rtrlklug testimony to the sen'IcL which bo rsndered to Uis country 3ITY AND DISTRICT Lick of Accommodation Lack oE accommodation at the city holeli (3 sim tbe cause or much bit aaked tho businessman who reported (hli case to the Herald. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternfransferCo, Limited r. K. Frtli'ht fattt PHONEf 1111 AND ACL 1LIO. .THICAL WORK.' W.L, Co. PHOHI U7 3rt Avt. ACCOUNTANT! Pfunt Ittt, P. 0. BM tK. HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON x Chjrt.rtd. AcMuntinti Audllx, InvnllBalltni, Etc, SPECIALTIES Lumber, Mrnfnfe Manvfactvrlng, Whc.ltMlt and Retail AcMla Building, Third a. DRAYING PIANO MOV1M Pacific CMfege J.' ThomM O. Steel, Iron, a welded' THAN NEW, CrAckftil crUrtdtrt .mA crtok Tftkovt New fwr En, Jkuto Hshi and exchftAied. fvroi parts itvtonobHc frmmes t 321 W. h 8t. KOTIf That 111 aucceed the Greek Inevitably the Turk throughout The rcceinlon accorded the pictures as tudeec) an entbuslastlc ouo aii'J udglng from Iho crowds which hrong.ed tho theatre during Ihe after- noon and .evening lh? m-jnatcmonl may find It necessary to eiieud tbe pic lures ilay In tho city. A tide Irom the thrllUug and excit- ing bull dogging and riding scenes, the passing ol a local character across tho ecrceu afforded DO cuii of amuse- ment, when niched eiproselong such aj these were heard: "There 1 "TliurC we "Did you nee It is understood (hat iLere aro al- rouy numerous bookings for (he pictures and Lcthbrldge will surely benefit greatly from such an exten- sive publicity campaign, Thu shown for the lalancc of the week both aflernoou arnj ereulug. nKy all playing Important parti, and dozens ol other babies [IHloE fa the scenes. IliOiy Mine" La brimful o! real comedy, of the snonjaneoua efferves- cent affords two of soUil laughter to tho onlooker. There will be staged at the (SaiurJay) ths Daby at which valuable prizes ba ot- tered for tho lUrco best bah lea In the conteer. There ia no ealranca lea to j those mothers desiring to enter their ies In tho contest. A of well know local gentlemen will act as Judges. Tho mi tinea will start t ha HI at Charlie Chaplin In "Cbarlte'a Yaca- tiwn." Is a hit at the Orpheura, ThJs picture will ho again lo- Also "Tho I'urplo Masli." A bower of melody by- Zulllean and IMake'a Nailva Itawallun Zoubadors for Ihrt-e nlghis only, Monday. Tucs ilay anil Wednesday, Ocl. 15th, iCtli ond I7ih. They will cnlcrtlln you Aviih many uf tl'.e latest Hawaiian gelectlons and songs and dances. As no doubl you have heard their weird melodies on your VIctrola, now Is your chance to F.CC and near hem Jn real life. Tho cowipany Is booked direct lor ihe Orpheum circuit and also tpent a number of months playing nl San Francisco iVorld's Fair, 1515. NO LECTURS TONIGHT lectures Ottawa, Oct. 12.-The lion of a union government may possibly cause the deferment of the election date from December ur.tll February. ot nationalities now accepted by are on a smaller scale. Consld- territorial erQble damage has bmi done, bow- cTer, and Ihe people driven from their Thrace and In Ibe whole region down 0 the Dardanelles and tho Uoapnor- )U9. a new zone of terrl- :ory friendly to Iho entente will.thus DC stretched horizontally straight across the Balkans aa a barrier to the erman dream or making the Balkans a German highroad Orient, Professor Acdreade of ihe Univer- sity ot Athens, one ol Ihe foremost QU ics on International affairs re _; to tho Halkane, holds this view, and in the course of a talk today ex plained how Iheso two results would naturally come aboiil fn Ihe final peace adjustment, by reason ot the principle ot nationalities now accept entente antes as a basis for reatljuslraenf. Professor Atidrcade who ta a social- ist on Ihe extent of Greek citizenship beyond the Greek frontiers--in Mace- donia and the'airier Dalkans, in Tur- key, Syria nnd Asia out -Ibc great predominance o[ the] Greeks In the regions to ba evacuated by the" Turks If they are to leate Eu-i ropo. The whoie vilayet, or province of! AdrlRuoplc, extending from the Dal- kftoa 'down la'Constantinople, he de- clared, is as much'Greek' aa It is Turk and with the Turks 'out It is practic- ally ell Greek. "Even be said, "Is a Greek largest of Greek a population oC Greeks. TJiat fives an 'Idea 01 the extent of Greek citizenship lu all this, section down lo tho Straits, which will hare to ho considered, on the bash of nationality and race, when the Turks leave Europe, "That Is why added Prof. Andrendc, "that it Ibe Turk Is to with- draw, Hie principle or nalionality which recognizes the racial condition ol a commuully, will lead to the recog- nition ot, Greek paramount Influence (n that section. Thus far, (he principle PcWn, Oct. floods along the Hoang-Ho shbvr no signs of ataLIng and the area under, water In Chl-Ll province Is Increasing floods are re- from six other provinces but Iiomcs by (he water arc The Ilockefcller Foundallon. which Is preparing to relieve the destitute and starving in (lie flooded area, is negotiating for n large tract o[ land in tho TluRslan concession in Tien Tsln. It is proposed to erect rufuge camps Tfhich will house several thous- and persona. of been Ignored and violated In all Unlkan settlements, and force prevailed. Austria, and Dul- :er commeDl on tbe part of travel-1 garln havo not occupied any of tho ler- ,ers. The other night two men 'and! rllory annexed in recent years by rea- heir wlvsi from Vulcan had to sit ip all night. Thoy were on Ihelr way 'io Montana and could gat no beds on hare. me open up the "Why doesn't, some- hotel In North Funeril of W. D. The funeral of TV, took place from Knoi c.hurcli on October >th lo the puulln cemetery. The 'fol- fnR- floral tributes aro acknoirledg- From and daughter, a cBllon branch C.P.n., wreath; Wm, and Fboebe MXI, Bpray; Jlr. nnd Mra. J Patterson, ipray; Mr antl Mrs. Gordon Wfltt, Bpray; Mr. and NTS. S, A. flarrJs, and -Airs. C, Haley, wreath; Mr. and -Mrs, Fred King, Mr. ann1 Mrs. Pugh, and Eaa, roses. To Luncheoni v "What'i Lhe aalter with the Board of Trade? Ta (I A local busi- ness man wanlvd.to know from the Horald tills raornlnff. '.With winter corhlne on there (a a growing demand that tlh.l IB He n weekly board of trade lunch- eiurned, nnd efforts are now tefng nifidc to find a place to 'accom- modate them. Some announcement ay IM expected shortly aa negotta- tlottB were opened this morning look- ing LoTrardi a resumption of (he weelt If raeeltaia. There are many matters