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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta Tim t-KTHHRttX-.F. HAILT WtRALD MONDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1917 fAGR FOfH Irfbbtfoje PAILY AND WEEKLf Hatw tttlly, ween Dally. delliej-ea per yeir Datlr, by nail, per year Weekly, by mall, year JjVMkly, by miH. per year lo 115J ______I Office Kdliorltl Office W. A. SuchinM President ind Maniglng I -John Torranca Duilneii province, scan ol outstanding Bbillly, who has guided our attaks with wis- dom until today Iho province is ono ol the foremost ot the confederation. No more f.slule man ever sat lu a legislature than Arthur Slf- toii. in ihe legislature he able leader, a keen debater anu sate leg- During his term as premier many pieces ol advanced legislation wero placed on the statute books, thai will cause history to record the-Smon ailBimlslration as one of the most jrcsilve the province ever had. Siltou look tho reins of ol fice lu when the Literal parts uas biillv split up. He brought the diverse element? together and suc- ceeded in conducting provincial af- fairs smoothly successfully. or expiry ot .uujciipllons c dally on adJresi law A.cept- UM of after eipl'sllo'-i i> eur auliorlty to contlau. King and Country' N RljM You THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR General Hug and his forces have thTpasl two weeks In Belgium, and lha British lines and north- Test of Ypres have been advanced three miles at some points as a re- sult The weather, which has been 'rainy and has Iransformed Ibe Belgian ;s, which rs A man ot the ol Arthur Slfton had lo tace bitter attacks (rom Ills opponents at times, but to him they were. If we may use the term, 'like on a duck's bacK.' rrobably criticism hurt him. but It It old. ho never displayed resentment or feel- ing. lie was the same Quiet serene Silion. no matter what was happening. He was not a oian to gel close to In- dividuals. In some respects he might be considered a reeluse, but Arthur Sifton was closD to ihe public never- B1WVE1MN At leusl, Thai is What the Sol- dier Informed Ihe Nurse After Majesty Hart Left Hospital NYard London. Oct. 15 .-The luatrai of a big military hospital tells thl i stoo ol Queen Mary aud a Tommy The Tommy was rather nadly messed up at Ypres, but Is rap- Ulv recovering. Queen Mary visited the hospital quite recently wlih almost every man In H. sho came to the man who eol his at Ehe asied him how .ml whero he was wounded and the Tommy, nothing loathe, deBOrlbcd bis eiperlenco at some length and In a vivid and plcluresqua way. UP IN PASSINGS THE BUSY Albert Wheeler, son ot Ihe late Ceo. Wheeler, once M.P: for North Outarlo, died al Toronto. Howard Pulnani. blacksmith, ol I'hilllpsville, near Brockvllle. was louud dead lu a pasture field. Albert "j retrain, while apparently In lha Best of health, dropped ileaifeu the street Elle e C. %'lnet. o [arrner and ounder ol SI. Pierre, Man., died, BgeJ ninety. Clifford n. rtellly, Liberal cnndldato In Easl Calgary, Is opuosed to uulou government. Tho largo planing mill ol the Vet- erboro Lumber Co., at Pcterboro was did not much he c he queen llstenc-J to every word h interest that was nol smjulated time ho mentioned the famous jeltl'an town, hdvvever, he pionounc- ed it name, alter Ihe historic Tommj fashion. -Wipers." Her majesty nmr mured prolestlngly. "Ee-pres. Ee-pres ihe correct pronunclailon, but Ihe nnr or Sir Edward Evuus, ot Liverpool, England, is dead. The lalo Lieut. 11. W. Hues ol Kd- tnonton, killed lu action, lelt an eslate valued at 510G.OOQ. Geo R Koss. son of Gordon ROSE. Cornwall, loll .'rom a freight train and was killed. ._ r' Succession dulles In Oularlo Ihls year will toial Iwo and a hall million Tha Holel Alexandra a summer lio- lei al Wellington, Out., wr.a destroyed by Ore. Itev C B. Murray. Roman Calhollc priest at DrocXvllle, celebrated his den Jubilee. CONGOLEUM RUGS 'WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE. SHIPMENT. iOUGHT. BEFORE THE ADVANCE IN PRICE. STOCK EXTRA HEAVY JUST NOW FOR ONE WEEK ONLY OUR PRICES AS FOLLOWS! Gx'J) KeKiiiar Vrlce 0x9 Regular Sale Regular Sale Price.... Regular Sale Trice HAYR HARDWARE CO. I ing. according lo latest will give opportunity lor a resumption pi activity on a still greater scale. Tbe French hare been kept active during the week in repelling German attacks, chiefly In the vicinity ol. Ver- dun, although sliil attacks were made towards the latter end ol the week on the Alsne front. attacks were easily beaten off, ihi Germans hclng reprised with their usual heavy losses. Russia is now facing pew efforts .pi the German invaders who have landed troops on lie Islands at the head of Ibe Gii" c! FJsi. ?nrt are.threatening to operations on the mainland on a large scale. Difficulties have arisen between Brl tain and Holland wllh regard lo ship- inenU of metal to the German front lhal promise .serious complications. Britain has taken strong measures with the Dutch government, and a crisis has developed. FRANK CARVELL WILL BRING STRENGTH. he used to advantage. 'Arthur Sltlou has served the west well and he Is placed now where he can even serve'it belter. He has been before the public [or many years. Brst In the old-Norlbwcsl Territorial Albcrla and llien as Premier ot Al DD! 11 leal opponents rator failed to understand the cor recllch He went on calling li sugar, crs" every lime, and every time the v i a t__ii hnrenTF and queen would repeal. to Ec-pres." Alter her majesty had gone, the cls- ter ol the ward walked up lo the hero's bed and remarked: Well, sou seem to have had n talk with the o-ueen. You evidently Interested her very much." "Yes sister." said Tommy, we got on Brsi rate and we should have got _. Ipany's carter, was lined 5JOO for 1m- Tho fodd eontroller lhal out well as tn-Parklana. On the Shay t Hunter Iarm3 wheat yielded As and 46 bush- els per acre; on G. B. Thomson's, 39 bushels; oir S. 0. l.outher'3, 4S bush- els; on John Wilson's, .40 bushels. -A n Alloway, assistant manager o! tho. Canadian I'resa Association, Inc.. has resigned to accept the posi- tion o' managing director of Ihe Strnt- lord Herald. Ho will succeed M. P. 1 HO IOOU LUOUUpici iiu it Is possible candy making may be banned In Canada In order to conserve' be proved against Mm. He leaves the Alberta government with a good name and a good recnrd. Chas.' Stewart will prove lo be the J. P. Whitney of Alberta. The west has U? r-remiera who are T. C. Norrls. of 51enl- acd Hon: Chas. Stewart ol Al berta. Hon- Chas. Stewnrl Is the 6rst mem ter ol liVTJ.FA: lo become a'provin 'clal premier. There will likely b E.ore In Ihe lo come. INC STRENGTH. Blg m3ine5S and Wealth, Carvell's presence in the new ___r _ If Hig Buslcess not heavily and Wealth ar Miss Robldeau; !2 years o! age, losl her lllc In a lire.which destroyed tne dwelling house' n'nd 'bakery belonging H. Therrlen at East Angus, Que. It is stated at the coast lhal Ihc purpose of Premier Urewstcr's Irip ford Heram. no win EasMs to transfer the Pacific Oreat Dunham; who takes a .position with ..iirov in fhi r.P.R. Ihe J. D. Slaclean company. Eastern railway to the C.P.R. Stricken wllh heart failure whtlo silling al his desk .In his office at the Vancouver Onion station. F. A. Pellon, Ihe J. D. Slaclean company. publishers ol trailo papers. Whether tho Conservatives nni _____.Llbcrnls nnlle on a wln-lnc-war can- dav "sTaHonmnster, before didato or not there Is sure to be an medical attention could be obtained. election In both East gary because tho Ijibor Representa A. S. Wells, Socialist, was nomin-' uve leaeue will likely run "ndidnle itei It Victoria ns Ihe candidate for in Wesl Calgary and the Non-Partisan ?ne comlw lo league will run one in Calgar) present SI British Columbia Federa- or vied versa: At least this ls th tion of labor. Major Dr. C. W. Gordon (Ralph Con- nor) at the Invltallon "of Ihe Imperial m I government is preparing a -statement is on Canada's part In "this war for Ihe opinion ll.L.A. eipressed by Alei. IlOEE, One perfectly good set of cells with their locks, guards anil other equip- vii AiiYlllarv Eevvagc and walerworks- The home ol N'. J- Anderson Is ready fcr uccuuallon. It Is .also modern In everj sense, as Is bis barn. The new LD.S. church will be ready for services about Nov. 1. Therturch cost In of Ihe dominion. effect In Itat city Oclobnr 1. Wllh i_ prohibition in t-floct less than two Mr. and Mrs. Georgu Phillips, King-1 weeks thepolice courl IMS have.boeii ston, Out., who have- eight sons In so radically curtailed that at t Thii n aynifroi t'f HAWAIIAN MELODIES have fnsciiiiilctl music lovers ever since the pathetic air, "Aloha cd bv Hie cx-Qiiccn rccoi'iiilinii on HIE American continent. Oiiring Hie past few monlhs the swccl: plaintive inslrumenls of Hawaii '.hitvc become the "rage" through- out the scc'ins complete willioiil an'Uku-' lelc, or Hnwaiinn Gtiilnr. not heavily tased by me new govern- HUt, _ II IS b 11 lit 01 u.n-r., men then .will be the lime lo charge I' wlth a basement tbat it Is a government friendly to .n all amusements will be held _ TIT__l.u .l_ ..n'nHI. Hnnr- fftT SflPTCd EOrVltCS. khaki have been notified thai two of their boys In the R.C.H.A- have been wounded Driver Ernest Phillips being lilt in Ihe left hand and leg and .'fa Big'Business busabooMs busy to: it any other' Individual L b-1 Th. S Liberals will realize that he loots" upon'the situation conn- try as serious and that he responded to the cail only with the desire to he of service to his a critical time in Its hlstory- Frank Carrell has been i.GEhHng liberal. He has unearthed many a corrupt transaction and bos foughl ;p-alt and eTlMearleasly. His political -opponent! never loved him and the i_act that lormer. bitter political en- have gladly welcomed him to and that he has forEotlen Ihe prejudtlces of the past to loin with them Is proof that union again. Some people claimed Dig Bnsl- nesa was responsible lor conscription when as a mattlr. ol fact Dig Business isn't much in sympathy with it. The ,rery reliable military eiperl who writes lor tic Times, saya Ihe recent allied victory In Flan ders may well prove to. the jrejil est' single allied' victory since the Y.'HiCa all u.d lhe upner floor for sacred services, the organliations ol the ward are buy. Ins an organ and a set ol books. The new brick school house Is near- Iv completed. It Is a monument to the. educational Ideals held by tho hwl board of the BaimtcH Consoll aletl District No. 15. onLaias nd Iwo Bomb" Alfrek Phlulps being Barters. This action will result n oi their sons been In action Ibo saving ol nearly yearly to st lime the ratepayers. nn Iwn clav rooms mi aitiiiLi uu he tullto' Is set back-one hundred at a meeting Canadian Llt- eet from the road allowance, facing erature club of Toronto. Maine. The shase-up. at .Ottawa means a shake-up In seferal provinces. Alberta and Nova Scoue will gel new prem 10 .lers; Saskatchewan a new: cahlne government la the creation ol patriot-1 minister and Ontario a new Llbera Jsm and .patriotic men. Frank Carjell is a type ol the lorce- lul, honest, aggressive public man. In many respects he Is a Moyd aeorBa. In a war eoyernment it ought I mmnr ruotcvu. be easy for Liberals and Conaen' Wrong has no more aggressive op-1 ti7e3 agree on aggressive wa leader. meatlc ponent and right has no more earnest advocate. We will be "badly mistaken If he does not measure up aa one of the blggeil mcn'lD the new adminis- tration. 'ALBERTA'S NEW PRIME MINISTER. i__i- Stewart was the obvious 'successor to Hon. A. L. Sllton, as minister ol Alberta. ,'Hc enloy in a marlted manner the conBdence ol the people ol the province. They look u'pb'n him aa-an. honest, capable pub- lic man, whose whole ambition Is tc Bern the people. He" Is a man of lha ;iio.' He has risen from the rinks by sheer force of character and native ability. It Is only a few Tears ago Elnce' ho entered the gov- ernment.but .It did not take long, for hltn to.prove his worth as an admlnls- tritor. It was only in 1000 that he en- tered public lllc and In the first ses sion oftbd legislature he displayed a streak of Independence tbat proved he a man who thought and acted fo Mr. Slenarl is a real farmer, loo. Ever ilnce he became a cabinet minister he has found time lo go down to hla. farm at Killaia and assist In the work ol Ihe (arm. He was barn and brought up on a (arm and has engaged In no other occupa lion but farming. Albcrla 'a an agrl I cultural provloco and 113 people wll jladly'accept a farmer aa Ha Ural ruin l-ler. Nalurall? Mr. Stewart la progressive. In sympathy with pro- freaslvo moTement. He Is felso sale ant lane and Alberta under his direction will injoy sound, sate, sane and pro- fnsitve gorercmcnL policies even It Ihey have difficulty. agreeing on policies concerning do- lug ol the police commissioners, Po- lice Chief McRae recommended lhat the Jailers and guards at the Ward VIII hastlle be moved to police head- nuar'ters. This action will result In for th Ihelr sons nave oeun m mu 3 years, ahdithlB the first lime the ralepayera. any have-taen .in JBWIUI, -.-J "presWeiil ot .ihe-La "The new Methodlat.-Hymnal'is'a Palrle r-it-WB not'only'give an ciccllent ncconnl o le east. It Is the very last.word from he department ol education on school onse building. Around It Is ample oom for play grounds and school gar- ens. There will be gvades IX. and X. wllh a course In domestic science and art given this year., Tbe board Is now ooklng for a teacher lo teach cooking and sewing and aid In the grade wort. At present there twenty-flve young men and women if ho have de elded lo go lo school Ihls winter. Threshing Is nearly all finished with the exception of some flai. Tbe new Fanners' elevator has done a niching business this.fall. H seems that the medium crops and good prices arc being shown In Im- P.ev. Dr. W -S. Grlffln, the veteran ueran- superan- secretary-treasurer ol nuallon lund of Ihe- Methodist church ot Canada, celebrcted .his nlncly-flrat birthday last week. Dr- Griffin Is still active In the work ol.hls department, which be has .carried on for Iwenty- five years. Canada has shipped sufficient ton- nage 9f shells to the old country to' bBllt! 19 bridges St. Law- rence, each equal lo the Quebec bridge, or aufflclilnl-lo .build 6C bftllle- shlps of tons each; so Brigadier- General Sir Alexander'. Derlram told the Society ot Civil an no on themselves Jn supporting a wln-the war but also would send large number ol recmlls to the Iron under the provisions ol the Mllltar acl.. At a "Monlreal mccllng It was su gested uy wiis IIS" settlemenl, and Jlrs. Let us show yon liolli llicsc in- stninicnls 'we Imvc plenty of Ilicnt, made Trom lliorouglily soncd Kuo wood, sli-oiiH and diiniblc, to wilhslnml any climate without 'criickini; or wlrping. than the average. RISCH, Limited, The Home of the Victrolo. BALMORAL'BLOCK FIFTH'STREET S, "LETHBRIDGE 'CAR.D8TON (From ihe Olohe) A party Jn. Pie: C. J. -Jar- mdn who recently- arrived home [rom England, ivai held last evening by the i First Ward.choir at.the residence ot M133 Rosclla Anderjon. Over lorty were present and i'vcry pleasant evening was spent; The'handnome'sum ol'J183.05 lor the Red Crois lund has been received by E. N. Barker [rpm G: u. Pypcr, Eeii- iral socrelary, Deaerel Sunday School nnlon. Salt Lata City, Ulah.. This do- nation was contributed by the Alberta. Stake Sunday school children. Tho Taylor stake contributed 1187. local salea lor auio have now passed the 65 mari. 1 Ed' Low, who lelt Calgary with Ihe Red Cross corps has been transferred to the Infantry. 'He is now In Eog- 1 bushels ot gra'ln per for each ol the local Is a. fair record. To dnto-aome 'buehela have teen received, grading 'raoBtly No. 1 and 1. Hcndor t ncl nr CG3 SrC DfllOK li i" 1L" mv- vi "-o -7 vemenfs lor wells'are being dug address at Monlreal. Sir Aleiander l Iho munl- and houses and barns are being erect- ed everywhere. anureas at- jiui.iico.. Ealil the total all Iho muni- tions and supplies sent overseas since -iber, 1914, had reached Iho en- J c. 3 There was n dance Wednesday night. qcmtu.uc., In the hotel at Coal Clly. The proceeds rmous total of are lo buy Christmas boxes for '.he at lhe Ironl. Williams, who received a little better known lo our people we wound a few monlha ago and ____i r Jusl.lo make new premier a little better known lo our people we I calll ralghl menlfon.lhal ho Is 45 years Utho Is now In England, eipecls lo >e of age, a nallve ol Simcoe county, turn Ontario, the lather ol eight children. I ,asl Tuesday aud an Anglican In-rellglon. a largo crowd enjoyed the The rew governmenl H II adopts d'lcal and progressive measures and conducts the balance ol Canada's part n lhe war without (ear or favor; may lecome so popular Canadians will wanl II 10 remain In office 'after the war. There should bo a real labor manj In Ibe new ministry, ft Is loollsh ol Ihe friends of labor to say that-a la- bor rain la not wanted as a member of the'government. Labor John W. Willys, of Toledo, will lie a rival to ford In the manll- aclure ol a. car under J500 In price. The real price Is not known, but'lL Is reported to be very close to tho figure set by the Ford ilotpf company [or Us product. The' report elates Iha this car Is of cxtromp simplicity, lha Its weight Is 100 pounds less than tho Ford car, or about pounds; tha it has fewer parts, lhat every part i standardized and therklore economlca to manufacture and economical to re place, and that will easily as scmblcd at the numerous big Eorvlc bnts which the Willys Overland com lany has been erecting lor the las years. [or ine somillia nno v.e.wa.t.1, milk supply lor children, as seemed to be Ihe case, something should be substituted for cheese, and the babies saved [rom death. i-Mlsa Hall said that had died" in Canada In one year since Ihe war started, and Mrs. Hen dcrson said COO died In that city ofl malnutrition or slarvallon toward tho end of fast August and In the first vecks o[ September. Rev. W. W. Me Cualg announced lhal a Irlenn bad an Invention which would noon mt coa! out ol lhe market or cul the jrlco ol coal In half. He not lell what lhe Invention Is. Grain movement on western, lines Is somewhat congealed at lhe present lime owing lo lhe recenl tie-up of Iho terminal elevators al lhe head ol Iho c------------- .lakes. The flood pi cara which swamp- be a'n'innuencc In lhe councils ol Ihe cd the fort William-and Winnipeg lhe al lhal lime have not all been unloaded, and ll.ose thai hnve been 'cleared have nol reached Ihls far west In Ihc redistribution. Tbe Thoa.jCrerar li a represci e organized farmers of the an able fellow; an excrtlcnl bu OF PREMIER tIFTON. retlremeril of Arlhur li. fr6m the premiership o! Alberta r porci from Ibe public service of Ib i unclle ol Ihe ess rain a thorough belloTer I of lhe organized farmers, lhe man (or minister of lie is little known, yet ml wberi he known o be a discovery. Mlnlsler ot Finance White doesn't j iland ac high In the public estlmallon FOUND OUT A Belleville young man tailed register, and when he was called lo account for II, ho produced that family nible.-ivhlch showed his age to be 32 The mailer did not cnrl there, ever, for Iho officer went a. little Inrlh. cr and discovered from the same fam-. My record that Ihe young man had a slslcr who was only Ihree months old- er than be was. If you want lo changtt lhe family record, It Is necessary 10 go through and move the whole fam- ily, up a Kansas rsl talk o 3 of tho present crop aca son railway officials, however oxpecl that Ihls difficulty will be over come shortly, and elevators which aro now lull lo lhe roof will be relieved. heavy, between 200 and 500 cam ul whert he known he'will prove1 dally being loaded ouL I sonis shipments ol more than a quar- ler ol a million bushels dally. 'LEASE OF RAILWAY iland ac high In the public estimation11 pckln, Oct. and .Japan aa he did a year or EO ago. People I hove signed an agreement concernlr.g ,t. t. WHT. -Tnni-.cliurla. r Jtpan will loai posed upon .wealth and IhlnK hia country. If he doesn't method, in' the new goyern.cnl the people will demand a now ralniiler ol nalnco o r cen a0 o ve c course WM Inspired by hla Intimate re- j (or a perj0d Of thtrly years, The latlonS with the wealthy men ol tha or a per cfiue of the rill'Vay. will be held a for the frrnpertjr for Iho IciTn 0( the South Mani-.hurlan com papy, StOKERS AND CANADIAN NAVAL PATROLS The PcrJcclion Oil Ilciitergnarrls. against discomfort antlcliill. -He's a faithful. soldier! responds to any call, and fiihti cold at tho touch of n match. 4 Sturdy, handsome, portable. Gives instant heat whcr ever wanted. Cut., fuel ly now when coal.' and wood are so high. Eight hours of glowing warmih on a gallon of ROYALIJE COAL OIL. At hardware, end department stores. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY MnMW iirSi IN MJ- CITIM ;