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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 'rAGE FOUR a Hetbbnbje toevalb ietbbridac, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. Subicrlption Dilly, delivered, per year.. Daiiy. by mull, per year... Weekly, by mall, per year. THE LETHBRfDGE DAILY HERAT. 1) hllililva ocean charges on caUlo be- tween Canadian .and British poris; therefore, lire not oilly tlrlviny live stock suplilles from the western pro- vinces Into tlie United States, but are depriving the dealers In this country i of the lucrative returns front u profU- .4 oo able export trade abroad. And natur- 1 ally, we ask, "What would do I witliont the U. S. some advocate of restricted markets explain. HICKED UP IN SSINGCZTT FOB THE BUSY MAN TELEPHONES: Business Office Editorial Office John Torrance 1252 1224 VV. A. Buchanan Managing Director Business Manager SOLICITOR.GENERAL NOT CABINET POSITION In commenting upon the elevation of Hon. Arthur Melghen to a seat in the Cabinet the other day, we stated i Your King and Country Need You Right Now Kingston will w.intcr three batter- ies, Sir Sam Iluglu'S announced. Mnlrqui Mcinnes, !lfl years, ilied at Faris, Ont. Rev. R G. Stevens..of Assiniboi.i, is the new pastor oi Chalmers I'res- byterian church, Rcginn. The salary of P. K. Wilson, form- erly of East Kootcnay, as city solici- tor of Prince Goorpc, is fliOO a year, stilt! oi the Strathcona llos- ROUND THE CIRCLE Of THE WAR Co-incident with the withdrawal of Von Mackenzeii's army., from the Rus- sian front to invade Serbia, tlie Rus- sian forces have regenerated, and have given evidence of their new lease of life by penetrating the German lines on the Stripa. Their offensive has been carried forward with cons.u- erable success, many prisoners beins taken. The Germans are still ham- mering at Dvinsk, but with little ef- fect. This bears out the statements of military observers that the Teutons cannot fight successfully now ou more than one front at the saine time. But even the first attempts of the invad- ers on Serbia have not been alto- gether successful. They have taken Belgrade, but this city was voluntar- ilv abandoned to save bombardment; and the advantage gained is little. At other points the Serbs have been able to check the Germans. Over on the west front, the Allies continue to repulse German attacks with great loss. The'situation over the entire cir- cleof ..war is .such now as to create a new optimism in the Allied nations. Another British success in Africa was recorded yesterday, when a Ger- man colony in western Africa was taken. British submarines are active In the Baltic in preventing contraband from reaching Germany from Sweden. ipital, Kdmontnn, has been asked to on .the authority of press dispatches 11S a KSIIK from Ottawa that the position of so-j rho elastic Hotel, one of licitor-general had been raised to Cab-; the pioneer hotels of Vancouver, was inet rank. This, it appears, is not destroyed by fire. ,t correct. To make the position of sol-, 'n coutrir which letter-general a cabinet position would also involve a conflict of jurisdiction i The Lake" of the Woods Milling Co. The solicitor-gen-; reports a profit pi J51S.920 for the The new Normal school iinildiiiR at j Blames who liy a Camrosi1, was opened last week. A. t'. a prominent Mont- real citizen, is ilead. Ksiiuinuilt will not employ single men doing work lor the municipality the war. Hcv. Dr. IX'Mnttos, of Winnipeg, will become rector of St. Pan! s year August 30th. lie Hieiit Rev. Hubert Codman, Outside are protest- D( SI23 near Snelgrovp, :v villas11 tcvv from IJi-ctoii, Out., died in his 103ud year. Mrs. Kilwnnl Armstrong, of llnrrie, has knitted by luu.d pairs ol socks for the solilirrs Cilice the war iicga WBDNKSDAY, Kov. L. A, Her, a retired Dai'tisl; i minister, Is ilis'U al lUilRotowii. Unl. ,1 I ILL I I ML Oaiil. Harry ,1. at S MrLlllllt ford, wTis-married to Miss lOvu Ham- I Mill. bley, of 'HeinvurUi, a Hcil Wuss j L, AUKIngilon justice Lennox sen- llf tnicctl'Aluert K. Suililard to eight VI years in tlw penitentiary. Me wan found guilt! of iiuuisliiiighlor In con-1 noclioii the clcatli ol Mrs. Nan- cy Job. Sj'lue, for years prominent in York'township municipal-affairs unil at. the Umo of his.death eom.i.j po- lice magistrate ot York county, kno'-'kcd' ilowu- liy u strait car and North Toronto. 'A. B; Uoblc, who is to act as the Canadian .'representative of the Col- onial Bank, which is about to estab- lish a branch in Canada, has been lor the last tlinw years vice-president' and Montreal manager of the Royal Securities Corporation. Worn Out, Thin and She Took "Fniil-a-tiyes" j. 11. .McArthnr has offered to sup- l.ilOO cubic feet on a llown ISc- Hou K L. Patcnaude, the I Minister o! Inland Revenue, is Just turning forty. Me is a native of St. "Stomach Trouble and Distressing Headaches nearly drovu mo wild. Somo tiuioiigo, yonr famous fruit medicine, >nd they completely rolioycd me. To-day I am feeling fiuo and u physician, meeting mo on the si reel, asked the reason for my improved appearance. 'fain ieu-1 Inking Ho Sttid, "If '-1 Isidore, Quebec, and a- barrister prne- in Montreal, where since lidinc scale j directed Ilic Conscrvaliie or- cent, of the j ganizfltion. ne Was elected to the and over-lapping. eral is .called upon "to assist the min- ister of justice in the counsel work 1 of" the Episcopal diocese It is I Maine, is dead i Nicholson, of. Queen's Ex-Mayor Jos. Oliver, .presRlcnt of" of the department of justice." Belinont been ap 'iiiversity, 1 Lands, not, therefore, clear how U both were bcm ministers one could very well assist the other without friction as to which created an honorary colonel. James Bowerman of Newmarket, should be the "assistant." Unless, j an old resident, passed away after a therefore, the duties of tlie solicitor- j general as at present defined were entirely changed, it is not conceivable how it could be made a_new portfolio. It is proba-ble, however, that when parliament meets, the salary of the position will be raised to and some oeft' duties assigned to the hold- er. For the present, at least, Mr. Meigh- eri remains an officer oi the Crown, with the privilege of attending cabin- et meetings just as Hon. A. E. Kemp and Sir George Perley, ministers with- out portfolio, attended such meetings. It has never been really clear as to j whether _the position of solicitor-gen- eral carried with it the title of hon- orable. There is no doubt now, how- ever, as to the right of Mr. Melgtien to prefix his name with tlie title "Hon.'1 In the future. Forests and -Mines in On-ji.ving lip harvesting fl'j Kingston. tario. a largely''attended'county con-' Smith Township Council will pay ventioii in Victoria Hall; Petrolea, it at the rate of SI day for all re- was resolved unanimously to proceed .emits from that municipality with the Canada Temperance Act ing the hospital for minor operations County, t to fit them for oversells service. j of the Macronc; district in the Goose Lake country, southwest of Saska- toon, a'ccord'ing to S. Hampton, :nter-1 an old and prominent farmer living M miles south of Macrnrm. A lien enemies are blamed. Fruit-a-tivea you look so well, go ahead and take them. They are doing Dion for you than Mus. H. S. WILLIAMS. 50o. a box, G for trial slzo 25c, At dealers or scnfc postpaid by Fruifc- u-Uves Limited, Ottawa. Oodcrich Town Council has voted Jii.OOO to the Patriotic Fund. J. A. Proctor, one of tlie oldest, residents of Beaver ton, Ont., is dead. Capt. Harry Guerin, of the Ham- ilton Fire Department, has been ap- pointed Fire Chief o! Berlin. JUDGES NOT ALLOWED TO ENLIST FOR WAR Lieut.-CoL Smyth of Swift Current, ORGANIZING FOR PATRIOTIC FUND Plans for raising money in Alberta who is a member of the Saskatche-1 wan judiciary, has been anxious to go to the war, but permission has beeii' refused by the minister of justice, who thas written the following .letter anent ifche niatter to the resident of -the Swift Current Board of Trade, which made some representations-to Ottawa in support of Judge Smyth's" applica- tion: "Dear telegram ipf the 7th insti on behalf of the Swift- Cur- rent Board of Trade, has duly come hand. I regret very much, that it constituencies for the Patriotic Fund systematically" perfected "at some points. In the Nanton constlt; uency, school districts are being made j npj. seem to me possible to make the unit, and the chairman of "the Jan. exception, in the case of. -Judge school district beromes the convener I Smyth, to the rule adopted, with re- jgard to judges generally. The ques- tion of. granting them leave of'_ab- the Patriotic Fund in his liy This looks to UE like a good plan. the Warner constituency us an instance. With twenty school districts, the amount to be raised in each one "said be not a very difficult prob- aence to enable them'to join the Can- adian expeditionary forces .has -been several times submitted to; and con- sidered by council, quite a numher of applications for such leave having been received. In the. judgment of lem when it is considered that there i council, it did not appear necessary is twelve months to get the money to- that the judgea should he permitted gether. The-Warner constituency, is supposed to raise altogether The school district arrangement seems to he the wisest and most feasible plan, and might be adopted in all rural constituencies. There would be no difficulty in raising the money if this systematic course Is followed. Seven Persons, a small community in the Medicine Hat provincial aeat proposes to raise On that basis it would not take long for the entire appropriation for the constituency to be. secured. Apply the Seven Persons basis for a small town, along; with the school district arrangement for the rural parts, and constituencies like Little Bow, Taber, Cardston, Warner, Mac- leod, Pincher Creek, Claresholm ought to easily raise more money for Patriotic Fund than has been arloted to them. With points like Bow Island, Burdetf, Grassy Lake, Raymond, Ret- taw giving at least as much as Seven Persons agrees to raise, and Taher town two or three times as much, it is possible for a constituency like Taber systematically con- tribute to the Patriotic Fund In twelve" months double more than is allotted. The same thing is possible in all the other rural seats. U. S. MARKET 15 STOCKMAN'S SALVATION Mr. George Lane of Calgary that the present surplus of cattle in Alberta amounts to some or 30F000 head. If tlie markets across the line were not available, Mr. Lane contends, the Alberta producer would not be able to get more than four 6r five cents a pound for his animals. As conditions now stand, the P. Burns Co., AS weil as big shippers like Mr. Lane, have been sending tralnloade .of cattle every week from Alberta to Chicago The big profits, however, ire being made by the export buyers In the United Spates, who make from to per head on over beef ani- nal that shipped to Britain or Ftance. "The lack of transportation (utilities from Canada, and the to abandon their judicial duties for the purpose of undertaking military service. I trust that your Board realize the necessity of the adminis- tration of justice being carried on, ing extended to the judges. It would be Quite impossible to treat a partic- ular caise as being an exception; rea-1 sons similar to put forward in the caae of Judge Smyth bays also been put forward with regard to other judges. Yours sincerely. "CHAS J. DOHERTY." To eliminate t-be squeak, a Georg- ian has invented a .hammock hook that lubricates itself with graphite. SEAL BRAND COFFEE Irresistible! In. Jf, 1 and 2 poum! cans. also Fine Ground for Percolators. CHASE 4 SANBORN, MONTREAL. Everybody in the City to Send In I he JUMBLE SALE in aid of the Red Gross Funds, and to be held in the Balmoral Block on Saturday Next, October 16th Commencing at 2.30 Arrangements have been made for the collection of goods! and all you have to do is to drop a post card to F. Waddington, City, or ring up 469 or 1084, say you have something you will will do the rieSt. only worth a dime it. T? A O TH T? Q I Here is a chance to make a offering. Couldn't you spare JCflvO 1. a bag of potatoes, or a or two? Every cent realized will be handed to the Red Cross Society, whose noble work in the interests of our wounded and maimed soldiers is worthy of your support. And method of giving is so? easy for you won't feel the miss of it. I The Ladies of the Bed Cross will serve afternoon tea from 4 till 6 and Professor Janot, an eminent scientific palm- ist and occult student, has very kindly offered liis services. He will be in attendance and he-will read your liand and tell you things about yourself that will astound yon. s Secure interview with the Professor. You will be delighted. MAKE SATURDAY A RED LETTER DAY FOR THE RED CROSS Goods may be sent in all day Friday to the Sale Room in the Balmoral Block f _ .5 -i ;