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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOniW 12, 1917 TIIR LETiinninn.K DAILY IHWALD PAGE SLOVEN Ever Taste Crushed Coffee? If you have, you've wondered at the entire absence of even a hint of bittemeas. It is because the small, even, clean, crushed (rains of Red Rose Coffee entirely free from bitter chaff or You taste the true rich coffee that alone.- Red Rote Coffee is of such a quality that no egg is wfeessary to clear.it. It is as easily made, as Red Rose Tea, and pours out of the pot bright and clear, with a fragrance that fills the room, and your heart with joy. It's the class, is 673 Red Rose Coffee RESERVE JUDGMENT IN McKlLLOP APPEAL Lethbridge Caic Comet Btfore the j J Supreme Court at Ottawa Ollawn, Ocl. the supreme Coiirt today Ihe' CBHO of cl al." vs. Hdya) Bank of Canada was heard-- It was an appeal by certain execution creditors by one J, IV. C, G Trill Im, th6 subject matter of the in- ue being certain gralo seized under leases and assignment of the land up- on which sftld grain wns grown. Th trial Judge fauml_lhat.the making ant aaBlEDtuPnt of tbe leases was a scnphi or device to defeat the 'execution creditors and foririrt 'that the sraJ i under seizure iva? the property ol th eieeullon creditor. The'gupremo cour if Alberta reversed this Judgment 'udEuienl was reserved. FARMLANDS Of the Hudcon'i-Bk7 Company 'mi md Edmonton Co. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES ii. Macbejth Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped to hmdle kinds cf repair. Work en either iteam or gas Only hfflh cfats work leivej cur ihop, will quote yo'u prtcei 'ire" right t NIVEN BROS. ?18 Ffnt Ave. 173Z All Kinds of Machinery Repaired Kocker Grates and (iears for All Kinds of Traction Engines, We manufacture and have In rtock Deep Well Roll and Plate Qrlnden. i KISCHELL LcMes of the. LethhrldflO HUNS GET PERU NOTE. Amsterdam, Ocl. Peruvian nlnlater to Germany has IiandeJ I ho governruent-a nolo Qnnouucliig i rupture of relations between Pen nd Germany and also has rcqucste ils pBRsports, accordlng'to a dlspalcl ccelved ho re from .Berlin. Peru severed diplomatic relation rlth Germany October Uh, by an a nost unanimous vote o[ congress. Had Terrible Pains in Kidneys and Back. want to write TO Vlieve They Should Have Had Hudson in Comment quosletl to forest, parly atiil plan only lor national Svepl. If the list quoted from Ottawa dispatches IK correct. iho country bag caugo fur rojotclng at the strength of Ihe uew cabjnct. Froui all uartG of the Dominion ihc- Drtuikr baa drawn to big aid the must, out- slundlng public ucn ot tuc oppolstlun. These addlttone guarantee such a gov- ern ILK body aa'wlll give Canada jusl lLo sort of administrative rule uioal Deeded during the continuanco ol'ibe j bp'; I TTM in bed most of th terrible pvru In mj kidni luck; M thai I ni niaelimesVwhen 1 vaa Bittin down tnd wuited to ret rip, the p crwt. I hid tned A well-knot nudicioe' it didn't beln n. T Heard oIDr.'Pierce'a Annric lablew BO I thoaght I wonld trr tr-em. I toot only 'one box of the Tablets, my ii.now rrom pun, md 1 wort 'ind lake care ol my family. I feel I cannot uy eriongh for thii tnedh cleft.' L Sincerely, HKS. Wa-.Ittma. KOTE: "Anuricr ii adapted especially for kidney cspmpliUiUi and dieenscs ansing'jfrorp diiordcrs of the kldnejj arid blulderj snch u bjckicne, weaV back.' rtwaoniism, dropsy, con- gestion ol the IridDcyB, inflammation of blwldeT, nririe Md orinarr troubles; "Tho and ipccialutj at Dr; Ptera'a ptai Insllta- lion, at IJuKalo, N. Y., IhoroQiblr prennption and been ilpeg. Ocl. on tho favorable, opinion on Iho new OYCTuincut at Ottawa dlflcrs la some A uuuilier of prominent iial HOD. A. B. Hudson was not a leiuber of Ihe government. They lalm Ihal Winnipeg It not repre-1 euled in iho cabinet and (hat while A. Crerar Is a resident of Ihe clly e can >ioL be designated as a repre- cutallve of Iha city. Ills Interests bey claim sre anil aa (alsler of agriculture he la likely o seek a seat In a rural lion. Robert llogera. who resigned rom the Dordca government Irae ago, would not discuss the now government to any extent this "Oh, It's all he said. lr. Rogers remarked that In former latcmcuts be endorsed Ihe Idea f a united Canada (o face tbe Ger- man menace. Mr, Rogers lias secur- nn office In Iho McArllmr buIldlnE- Premler T. C. Morris slated that ho was glad lo Eca a national nent being foraied. He was nol pre- pared as ffi lo dlscusB the personnel Hie govtrnmcnl. Hot Words From Franks HMmoiUon, Oct. Jlu.lolln. under the heading "Dig business holds the says, In part: Borden Is still premier, nd (tie men wbo said n few weeks ago that (hey would not onler a coy. eminent of which he was Iho heail lave swallowed Ihelr objection anU nken office under his leadership. "The Borden government lias been, .he government ol special privilege and big business during the years t has been In office. Us policy has been lo mafcc the rich richer and (he poor poorer. U has reached ihe end ol Its telher EO tar as public opinion wasyconcera- cd, and awnlleil the verdict of tbc people al the polls lo disappear, only Lo Ire' remembered by the harm It liaU done. "Whether the people of Canada will endorse by their votes such an act of ti-cacherj- to life-long princi- ples as has been committed by tho men callinE themselves Liberals, who nave entered Lhc Borden governmed, remains to be seen." Victoria Colonist, i Vlclorln, B, C., Ocl: 12.7-The Col- onist today says: "The union gov- ernment should prove an exception- ally strong ono and without a doubt will-commend Itself lo the people of ada who. are ;ovcrwli chain gly In favor of. a union ol parlies. -1 Edmonton Journal. J Edmonton, .Opt. Journal expresses' confldenco ttiat Liberals who have Joined the ministry will co- operate loyally with the Premier and urges that the of he forgotten, things E. F. Hulchings Says They Are Gelling It Easy and Should Save It "No need io worry, LelhorldEC la going lo grow. If It wcro not for the This Figures Surpass All Previous All Canada .is needs at any shop ImmMlne ?ueh aud forwanl the bill lo tho com- ifisfun. fits needs havfag L-etfi an- iraised and ibb t-osl of sui-h ar- u-lcs csllnjaierl, this ?uui will Ije de- from the amount granted for ilic year :ind If at iho end of iLu term is a taluoco il will bo given 10 SOCIALISTS LOST Amsterdam. Uvl. dlspalch from licrlln a imtllou made by li.u Soffelfsts In Hie and Digressing Hit; vkw lhat the treat- LelhbriageK weekly bank clearing nient cMlie iianyV Interpellation coii- records were fihallcrcJ by flares i lirolllganda m mtf army did for the a'eck ending ycslorday, 11.370.- no( dlL. vjewfi of ,hc m The Herald learned this fuel lvilh duftal lhp utmo. day on delving. Into ihe records elnco the local clearing house was establish- ed. The neareet approach ID Ihe figures for the past week came last December when was reaclicil. Incidentally It worthy of more (ban uoto that had led Canada Jn the jtcrrenlate of. Iti- creaBe In banlt ulejrlogg ovcry week but seven tbls year. Tbla fact vas called fo (be attention of the Horrid hy a Toronto business man who was high coal of material and labor at the thu wcek_ wonjcr present lime thero would he A build-1 lha eye3 ol canfldii arc on Lclhbrldgo boom right adv. Lethbrldge will iand SouthcTn Alberta." he said. craitc parties alutic voting for It. HELP DOMINION LOAN Calgary, Oil. ihe purpose.' ;il iirmuginK fur ilie orK'diilzatlon of t M'ork in (ormojtloit iliti iXimlnloo! "Victory Loan1' ut liilT, Kir Augustus Naiitoii. Hon. Kdwanl Urowu. tirovln- ttnl treasurer (it Mariiiuux Luili ut unli'ce. and Man. c. It. Milehell, viiiL-lnl Irt'asurci- of Alb'.-rU., arriv- ed hi- Calgury tbU uiornhig from tha uorth. CORN1MMJP .ethbridge clearing house during the iDontl) of October this year should, under present conditions, beat oil monthly records. The past btgb mark [or the month came lu Xovomuer list when was rnaehcd. H loots good Tor this month. tiavo 6000 Bioro population before peo- ple know 11, but 11 will bo two or three years before building catches up wllh the Increase In population." K, F. Mulchings, preildent of (he Great West Saddlery Co.. 13 In the city on one ot his periodical visits.to Inc company's trench here, and lo the ilcrald tills morning he made above statement, lie figured lhat ho haJ good cause to ma Vie 11 for on his arrival last nlgbt bo could not secure a room In any of the hotels and hart to content himself picking flowers [n Gall' Oardcns till morning. "Just Ilko old times, only more ho detlarcd. Two or three years ago the company was considering Iho creel ton of a. three-storey building on IheJr proprrly on 5lh HI. S, They have not B.vtn up Iha pine, but as it cosli 50 per cent. morq to build nuw than It did before Hie war, Mr. Hutcblngs thlnhe the company will wxlt until times are normal before doing anything. He U satisfied, however, Ihal as SOOD aa nor- mnl times arc resumed, the volume of business centering lit Lelhbridge >rill warrant a populallori of eighteen or twenty thousand, and much building to accommodate the newcomers. Mr. Hutchlngs came from Winnipeg via Prince Albert and Sashaloon and declares Ihal LcthbrMge Is the busi- est, spot ho has-seen. "Tell the peo- ne warned, '-'not to spend all their money now. Ttey-aro gettlitg It easy, i board and Ihe board of pensions corn- Farmers Ebould put away o lltlle of jinlssloiiers. It to bridge over. Ihe bad years vlilch j "We have so" said1 Mr, are sure Lo come In every country." Kcammell, '.'that a man may purchase such appliances as' It has been found NEWFOUNDLAND MEN DID SPLENDID WORK Important Announcement Af- fecting Soldiers Needing Certain Appliances The most delicious of Table Syrups. On griddle cakes and biscuits. Fine for Candy-making. In 2, 5, 10 and 20 pound aud ''Perfect Seal" Quart Jars. Write for free Cook Book. itHE CANADA STARCH CO- LIMITED. MONTREAL. 12 Ottawa, Oct. important nn-l I'.aunccment was "made by Secretary- E. II. Schmmell, of Ihe military hospi- tals commission, Lhat soldiers ivho In- cur disabilities requiring special appli- ances such Orlhcopaedfc abacs-, (ruffies rubber bandages and belts, wJM 1m Riven a bill ol credit lu arid.-! lion to ibelr TMs credit] whlrb itlll cover tbe yearly purchases of these articles, la the result of an arrangement betivceu Ibc nospllals Why Buy Suits or Overcoats from Us WE HAVE THE GOODS AND AT PRICES THAT ARE HARD TO BEAT; 200 PIECES TO SELECT FROM. Prices from up. SATISFACTION GUAHANTEED; Scotland Woolen COALDALE' BLOCK It is a case Warm tribute Is paid irith one accord ncceasfnl in______ bg theM troubW; -in moat CUM caring the dueued kidneys. Pttienta bftviai once used ft! Dr. Pierce'f JnviUJdii1. Hotel, patedlr aeci back-tor more. Bach t hw beea that Dr. lias decided io in the drnj stores of Ibia conn try, in s, rnay-lo-nn IOTTQ. If not obtainable tend one dims by mill to Dr. Pierce for trial picfcijt or 60 ccnta fall treatment, Dr. Pierw'i OcWen Diswrwy IB blood cletnier und aheritive thai lUrU the lifer arid itomkch into rigoronj rich, red blood, which rwdo ie bvart, 6( the boij. AUCTION or Farm Stock Implements On Tuesday, October 23rd COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK, On the N. .of-21-10-22, 4 iiorthvwcsfc of Commerce the foilowlrtg; I brown'in are, nge j about 1300 Ibs.; 1 hlick oihrf, R yefira, About 1300 bay mnro, Ago 1400 Ib3.; 1 day 5 yenrsi about 1200 G yetn, nbont 1JOO )b3.; 1 horae, ngo "7 years, about. 1 bay hoj-Bo, Jl ycar.i, rtliout 1 red coV, 5 yeari.oM, In calf; I red j-cnri-oW, !n cftlf; 2 Bprbs Tlcrh- shlrfc BOW and 6 pigs; 1 binder, S fng binder; S ft; I McCbfri.icli mowor; 1 1 Vn'n Drjnt IS new; 1 disc I John 16 1 walklnj jilour; 1 4-6 cell on htirrowi'l llaln Lbi, "In. akcln; 1 Iron clad wagon complate, skein; 2 riArni'aa; 1 set or plow liamcsa; several oxtri D Laval cream Bcparator; foi'ka, abovcla, chains aBd ,'macr _ LUfilCH AT 12 O'CLOCK SALE 1 O'CLOCK TERMS CASH WM.''kA3T W, L, WILSON, Owntr. Farm Sale ancfyLlvc lo the premier irr the "patience, leiaiatviicc and breatllh of outlook'' ic has shown. Vancouver World. Vancouver, Ocl World Independent) says: "The gov.cni- menl on (he whole is a strong eoy- irnment. There are many able men n It. They have a great wort o' do and they can do U n a great'way. Otic of the first >f their tasks outfit to be (he aboil Ion'of patronage for the duration of he war aL any rale. A sclt-ilcnylng ordinance passed by both sides argcly increaae Ihe people's confid- ence. The post bellum probieras can >e attached In a spirit free from mrty ndvaatage or party .reward." Star.1 Saskatoon, 3aBk., Oct. Tho Saskatoon Dally SUr, which haa' long jeen demanrtlng tne formntlon of a union govornmeni, expresses com- pete Bftliafadlon ?lth the coiupOBl- of the new government. It pars tribute to Sir Robert Uordcn, saying: "Naught Sir ,Robccl Uordcri has done In Ihe past, and lie has rtone much, ranks In measurn of" achlcTe- .T.ent.wllb Vancouver Province! Vancouver, Ocl. Province coys, commenting on Ihe en Ion MOV err.monl, In part: ''The gravest defect of the war ministry as ,a union government Is Hie absence of any representative of Iho French apeaklns f ]tfl In conservallves of that race Is also conspicuous. The prem- ier's failure lo on tain Ihe co-operation of tho one-pre-eminent French Can- ad ten made 11 Impossible lo ptrauade olhera who KATB larRQ. Influenca nmoug the Quebec majority. of these, Sir Lomcr Gouln, neit to Sir Wilfrid, could have rendered ijio greatest assistance In a merger of parllei." Moote Jaw Mooae Jiw, SaiK., .Oct. The Times aaj-fl: "Tho announcement from OtUwR looks Iflce o reel victory o( retl Lib- ore Ham, not partisan LlheraJlsm, U Liberalism (htt Inlllaled' the il government Id eft In Cvnacta, that foughl for II, and that made Us achievement possible. MooM Jaw Jew, Sngk., Oct. Th6 illy NOWB In part: "Al bat the LoLhome efforts Jr> bring Into cxlslunce n union govern- ment hive bcftn Bitch a Iii resllly, ae well ?_a In name, having been formed. Over Ihls happy result of ihe lengthy ncfoLUtlOhs ill Iruo Canadlarn, heard trc In will rejoice, 1 Calgary Herald Calgary, Oct. .ew Oiscg bf much patience and dlptomtcr, Prctqler Horden lias succcedeijn (ha of n union gorernment cib- Inftl. The Herald la frankly delighted that duccesa has fUlcndftd Ihe efforts of Iho prcmtei" fn (hlfl mailer, fin utidoiiDtojIy dinniH fM'.i, not only for him. but for Ihe gentlemen with yrhqm bdjaboied And wko were tt> London, OcL JlobjnsoTi, tclcpgraplilng from headquarters on amazliiff slory.br a" parly ro_f ierrltorlals Eoliig Into Kevfound- land troops- themselves again. ".The ground was-so bad In some secldr's that Ihe Iroops'iwerc un- eble tO'Ve'cj) close behind Che-barrage, giving Ibe Germens an opportunity to prepare machine puna and delay the strelcher-bearerj; had an appalling last throughout the nlglil. At Eomo pblnU the Germans opened long range machine gan fire on j (lie trenches before they were killing IheJr own men and ours alike. REFUSE TO SUPPORT THE NEW COALITION Vancpyrcr, Oct. the annual meellng of Ihe Vancouver city, antl'dls- .Hct Liberal asEOClallon here last nlehl, two resolutions were unajilm- oualf paseed, one reaffirming allegi- ance 16 Sir Uaurlcr and Ihe olher refualDB Lo counlenacc any coali- tion government led by Sir Robert Bor- den. U. S, RAILWAYS WANT MONEY'-TO'ENLARGE Washington, Ocl, that Iho railroads are considering Informal- ly Halting tho government to help Ihera In some, way to oblafn money with to maintain and enlarge their present plants and- equipment lo on-, able, them to cope with the high Udc ot traffic, ore regarded by officials here na forecasLIng a concerted move soon loivJtrd Iriat end.. mm mm Mm CHILD is Mi Tonguel Move PoUoni From Liver ind Bow.l at Once, 'Mother! Your cblld Isn't nnturally mil It tongue In cotied; this Is a iuro Btgn Us llllle elomtch, liver and bowels need a gleaming at once. Ililleis, pals, full ol cold, bid breath, IhrotL core, doesn'L cat, or act palumliy, haa ilom- tell ache, diarrhoea, remember, B sen. Mo' UrcY and clcanilap should be Ihe first Ircatmcnt given. 'N'olhlng equals "California Syrup Of chllilren's Ills; elvc and In hours nil Iho iragle, sour Ternie Ing (ood which le clogied In Iho bow- els pasMs oiu o[ the sysloni. and you nan i. veil playful child again. children love this hanulMs, delicious "fruit and It never mils lo effect, t food "Inilde" cleansing. Dl- rcctfona for bin'.w, chlMrtn of nil igcs And are plainly orrthd Ketjp it handy Hyotif liome. A lltllo naves a atck child toir.or fMlati Ae'< your bottle of ffrota Symi) pf I hen look and ncn that It In rode by ttii California fojr. bill net fat COMMON SENSE in 30U11 IS only an application of Reasoning. This is what you do you'tring the whole family to us for their Shoes. We KNOW how to FIT THEM and we have the STOCK, to do it i with at prices which are reasonable consider- ing Shoe Values. We have Shoes, for all Walks in Life W.J. NELSON SHERLQCK; BLOCK 3rd Avenue and 7th Street Soulh ;