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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta -PAGE FOUR UmiBUIDOE DAIL-Y' HEFtALD. SATUHDAY, oirroHER H, 1010 3D: je Bevalfc EUberta DAILY EEKLY Subscription Rates: Dully, delivered, .per week Daily, delivered. per year Er.ily. by mail, per year S3.05 Weekly, by mail, iicr year Weekly, by mail, per year to TELEPHONES Business Office tditortal Office VV. A. Buchanan John Torrancc Director Business Manager rcsnectlve markets with ti minimum of expense, for Lethbrlileo is closer to tlio markets mimed tlmn 'any other Alberta city. Another docldeil ndvuntago enjoyed by Lotlibrldco us stock distributing (eiltro is flint it lies beside the most productive irrigation district in Cana- da. This ensures an abundance of fodder for .winter feeding operations. PA ,ICKED UP IN ASSlNGCZm FOR THE BUSY KAN Dates of expiry or subscriptions ap- daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration dato is ojr authority to vnnttnua tho sub- scription. A. B. Uurri'll, Bridge burg. Out., i former dead. and the fattening of slock for the mar- ket. So far tile farmers of the irri- gated district have not availed tliem- sftvi's of their opportunity in this di- vccticn to any xreat extent, but the :irQ that, this wllllor will see a new start made in this direction. Many furmfrs will feed a bunch of .-hcpp or for the first time this winter. AVhen spring monies they will look tur ;i market. If Lethbridgo can _ furnish coulpctilivo buying there is no Jledicjne Hat after reason why thc luisincss should operntiou for nyiiendicitls. be handled here Instead of at Calgary] Winnipeg street railway men voted or Uamonton. i to assist the Now Yorkkstrect Lethbridge should do evevything in Ktrikers.' J. A.' VaHquette, a well known Gal- garv man, has been admitted to tlio bar" AVm. Gibson, a well known resident of Edmonton, who came from Sprins- brook, Out., is dead. The Dank of Commerce 1ms opened a branch at Pcmee Coupe, iu the Tcace River country. Pte. Clifton J. Fallow, of the 175th Your King and Country need you right now! .its I'ower to increase facilities for handling "livestock. We should pull G'RAIN bought oiitrljlit' or handled on commlcilon. RETURNS.made day recoivid, ALL chequot, dis- trict Issued by our. bridge briiich. IN 'direct touch with European buyers through our own ex- 'port department. NONE better equipped to give you service. James Richardson and Sons, Limited 201 Sherlock Bldg. Phcns 777 Established 1857. W. J. Lloyd, Man. Res M.M. Clark, Acct. Res Ph'n 1072 It is expected that 2000 men for the thaT business o! the south to be (British navy will Lo recruited in Cn- fcandtol here. We should encourage I the THE PROGRESS OF THE V.'AR The British and. French, on Somme front are making use'of buyers to come here, and Ja3. H. Clement, nil old resident of sell here. We should keep the udvan-' Woodstock, Out., died as the result of every'- possible opportunity of advance beforejvoung yet but it the winter months set in. The British lines -are a few miles Wj-propCP Bnuaume, and the French arc imlly working in from the south-east. Bapaume is the objective and this im- portant centre will he taken in all likelihood before very many more days past. .The British recorded fur- ther advances at Les Boeufs yesterday aud also northwest of Gaudecourt.-Tho French advanced at Morval and Bou- cuavesnes. 1 The campaign on the Macedonian front proceeds apace. Scarcely a day a record of some im- portant; allied advance on the Siruma 'river. On the Galidau front the Rus- 5sians' were called upon to repulse a strong German offensive within the 'past low days. The Rumanians have undoubtedly been forced to withdraw their lines somewhat in Transylvania. tages'of the city as a livestock centre ji before the buyers and before the farm-. The business being done here is i is growing and it continue to grow if given the encouragement. No industry i brighter outlook than the live- stock industry in Southern Alberta, and Lethbridgc will fail in its duty to i fall. Robt. Turin1, son of J; and have demonstrated, at least once, nec-i with the death of his brother, j the power to conquer them by equal. William of the- .10th concession of has refused counsel. G. W. Palmer, a prominent Thurlow township resident, had his neck broken when a motor- car overturned' near Madoc, but may recover. ami i A. V. Miller, accountant of the Do- arms and superior agility. Of course, the loss of men, when a to relieve the monotony.- The number ol riots, large mall, amongst the troops at Calgary leads one to feel that there is lack of discipline and control by the proper! Military discipline is sup-j Dr. Sskatani .Yadn. the Japanese posed to: develop respect for authority, consul-general, will leave Canada this but iu-Canary the soldiers seem to assume the duties consul m UI Course, tUU Ul luvlii u llrtvu uttti ".v. 2eppeliu is destroyed, does not count inoije the less Uie3' come blazing t for much in.Uiese'days, so far as con- tho ground. Those who believe it cerns mere numbers, but the navi- T gators of such craft are specialists, the products of careful selection and less training, and they cannot he the bank at High River. get heyofid'control entirely too cftcn. York. 4ud the newest of tho airships art viflcntly not immune to destruction At least two of them are reported tt have been of the latest type, German rather than the English a counts of the damage done by the raids can perhaps find some consola- training, ami mey ua tion for the recent disasters, but they ily or quickly replaced. The. fatalities must be extremely-credulous to do so, so far inflicted iu England are far .from j Bombs dropped practically at random compensating, from a military point are almost sure to be wasted for everj of view, for tlie.killing of two Zeppe-1 other purpose than that of excitui, lin crows and the capture of another, indignation in England ami out of it New Delivery of tons'of "coal given bv a number of collieries in tbe Wit-] It is sometimes, that book tof the Ira-j the government has been completed.' ost. The London Daily News in a re- j i cent review-'Of Life Lettere j -Lieut. W. S. son of the Of Sir Cfe Supper, V Saunders, ia quite plain spoken. was killed j----- ;LOI. it: declares.that ".contriTes ago. the dullness of his style "and his ap-j s parent incapacity to select to make i A sweeping .victorj'.fpr prohibition That is very frank criticism, dTcte" by'former Senator .Joseph SI. too frank to suit th'e publishers of thc Dijon of Missoula. book. Can you recall a German who has ......._________ been an apostle of individual liberty? !a native .of Richmond. Hill, Orit. He Charles N" 'sterling, resident of Keriora since 1SS2, died oC heart dis- ease. Sterling was y.ears old. Tn the state has been evers'tliing, the individual nothing. had Ijeen'game vjarilea at Kenora since 1906, Xhe'yjhave .known no other state than military state. In" the British house of commons again gave Winston had their heroic defenders of Individ- j materialization of tie also imerica its Swintpn and Its' O'Connell, England its1 Stern as deiervfng of consideration. George Other lands have j Churchill the Cromwell, France its Lafayette, Italy .its Garibaldi, Hungary its Kossuth; _Lieut. Joseph -Hamill -.Prescott, as- sistant .manager of office of hut What name is there the Bank of Nova Scotia "in Toronto, with which to flit that blank? What j has been reported killed in action. He hero in German history has dared, not i merely to sacrifice himself, but to lead I a forlorn hope against Imperial despot MUST CREATE A LIVESTOCK MARKET Lethbridge's growing importance as .a livestock distributing centre, as told in yesterday's Herald, shonld be 'a source of satisfaction to every busi- "Hess man in the city and every farm er "within a radius of 100 miles. The wiutc me uu., development of stock yards here in of another spot on earth I'd rather be j The British consul general at San j_mj- Francisco states that the hop crop .is _______ now estimated in California -at Lieut-Col. ths KeT. Geo. H. Hams, chief recruiting officer in r tario, tells about a father who showed' him a. letter recently received from a eon iu the trenches. The letter stated that the -pfriter had but 50 minutes left before going to almost certain death. At Dufilin Fitzgerald, charged with professing .to tell for- j told a constable he -would get. an increase in his pay. He did not get j the increase, and the woman was sen- uuiu.v. p a e ncrea, wrote the boy, "I don't know tenced to 21 days' imprisonment. He was killed an :Lethbridge and the creation of a live- stock commission-business means the development of a new livestock mar- ket. The future beneSt of such a mar- ket here caanot be foretold, but if wisely fostered and properly handled it should mean better prices on a home market for the stock, aiicpconsequently a generalH increase in the number of livestock carried on of the district. It Seems to "the'Herald ha bepn very, little .encouragement accorded those .whose efforts have bee i dnected. Coward, the. establish-; of; -a livestock commission here, by fhe- cifj-, the, Board: :the German reader. Traue and other bodies who should! Holland, dispatch to th< be interested in the venture. The city London'Daily Mail notes the'issuance ;ha3 'tens! in than on this firing line. I may die, The German rifle with which Major may live." The young man made the has been b-ack to Cana- Sir Sam Hughes. The 'general l hour'.aEtetTivrtng that note to hisjalso brought back parts of tJVe first The noble sentiment uttered j Zeppelin brought down in Eiigland. by thte'ybung Canadian soldier should arouse the slackers. It is better to die aa this young man did than to stay at home ia comfort and ease and pass from this world without having made a'-'sacrifice'-for any ideals at all. German.? Buffers from the Hearst The presidential candidate on the prohibition ticket'In'the United States predicts prohibition -will receive one million votes. He says that the. pro- hibition referendum will carry in Mon- tana, Da- kota. California is in doubt and Mis- souri is likely to go wet. germ In its'newsp'apers. A lie' is glad- ly printed as 'long as it is felt ft will made several unsuccessful at- from Germany of what that paper i 'to secure a .parking plant for terms "the best zeppelin lie." .There is no; intention ii the remains of' the-late Raymond As- prefers a' sol- dier's death, should have soldier's burial. It is understood that the body It is "the district, offering large induce- ments to various concerns, but the industry has been allowed 'to fight its way without a boost of any kitul When it is considered that the '.packing business is a natural sequence -of a OTil-establislied. stoclr'yards perpetrated by a newa agency close to, if not actually an adjunct of, tho German government and maintained for the purpose of influencing public opinion in neutral countries. The story, in effect, says that London, ter- rorized by the raids, has become prac- 'apathy of our leading citizens toward (he latter industry, for it ie-atj .in-j L-cthbridge, from H6 .be one of the best livestock markets in -Uberla in spite of the fact that plant locateil here, citv located -that buyers iiom tho utrkcts can buy herefanf'sb'lp'Vo in a London cellar. one can hardly understand'the tlcally an underground city. Among others seen "shivering in a cellar" ;were the King, the Queen .and' the of. Connaught! We. suppose that rthe average German, so steeped in ignorance, of actual, world happenings, does not, know. that. the fulie of Con- Was in 'Stn upstairs room at Ritieau Hall, Ottawa, Icanada, at the upstairs Icanada was speedily recovered, and that the interment was carried out by one oi the army chaplains. It was reported at k meeting of the i central committee of the United federations of London. Eng. says the "Shoe add. Leather that the government 'required a further pairs of Russians. Cos-Jdfk boots, pairs" ot British army boots, .fleltl-fservice boots, and pairs ol boots for Italy. The British coalition .government scored a great tion In North' Ayrshire, 'by the death of the sitting Unlpiiist member, Capt, Campbell, when its. candidate, Major-General A. '01 JltintetVtyeaton, D.S.O., waa elected uy voted, as Compared with 13QO for his opponent, Ilev.H? ran aa an in- dependent. Watch Your Step Man) people fail to tliat the cdrrimon'llabilof tea and coftec dunking may, sooner or later, handicap ability and hinder progress. is a scientific fact that tea and coffee contabi a harmful dtiig, cafi'e.ihe, which with ular use, causes nervousness, headache, heart flutter, or other annoying ills. j Tlic.wise.fiipyc is IQ quit bnlli tea andjcoffec-and.usc.' Made of wheat and a bit of wholesome molasses, this famous food-drink has delicious, snappy flavor, contains no drug nor element. Postuni comes forms. The original Posium .Cereal must Inbtant Postum, a soluble form, isniddcin the: cup with boiling vdclic- icrtis A look to health now smooths and hrightens the path of the future. "There's a Reason" for POSTUM Made in Sold by Grocer? Ocvcal Co.. Windsor. Out T Fl K nVV 1. THE OF CANADA HEAD OFFIC5 TORONTO Proipji't Service in every Department SAVINGS 'BANK Branches. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH J, G. D. Manager. will Yon Save II. you don't Save NOW? Though jour salaryprlncomo will no doubt so will your rnany fjnd that the latter more than keep pace wiUilhc former. No-ir is the time to start a Ressrve Fund the Savings Department of the Union Bank of Canada is the place to keep it. Deposit the extra you have on hand can open ..account with any sum, down to one interest OB U. OF CANADA Lethbridgc Branch Grassy Lake Branch G. II. Tinning, Manager H. 1C. Sands, Acting Manager Last W01 and Testament Tljc .most' important (lociinient a peison of pi' small menus urn tpiepai'e., saves contusion. wsU. and dqlay in the adiainistration ot" one's estate for our booklet "A Talk About Your Win." Canadian Trust Co CONY8EARE StOCK LETHBHIO6E, ALTA PHONE 1843; FARMS FOR SALE North V, Sec 10626 West 4th 20 miles from Macl.od, 8 Irnjlw from Standoff, fenced and cross fenced. iCo'i North Esst Sec. 16-7-25, West 4th 6 rmlei from ?m Ing, 12 miles from Mackod, fenced Good water and North y, sic., 21-8-25, West 4th: 6 rnilu from acrej W.V, Sec. 20.8-25, West 4-h 5 imleo from Macltod! FjJinM house, and barn. RENT OR SALE 4 S. W. 14'Sec; W. 4th: 6 miles from rennon on C._N. R hou.c, barn and granary Good 'Water Price fl.65000 6-38-20. W. 4th- 5 inilu from 33 UR.I broken. Log house and PrlM The Trusts Guarantee Company, .Limited 1 Al CALGARY ALBERTA Public Admlnljtrator and Official foi- the Judicial DIBtrlc'ta of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETA8KIWIN W.' ;