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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH THE HATLT f UKSDAY. OCTOBER 1C, 1917 ttD; Detato Xetbbribae, Blbci'ta PAILY AND WEfiKLY Pally, delivered, per .10 Paily, delivered per year ......55-00 Dally, per year.........MO? .Weekly, bj-'maa per year ......U-50 bf tall, per year to U.S..ROO TELEPHONES Bmlne.Ts Office EdllorHI Office A. Buchanan President eod Managing Director John Torranca' Eujljess Manager ot uplTi' o[ tuliscfiplll'M sp- 9W dally on iddresa Accept- mcfl of papers after expiration date is pur authority to conUnue the sul- Klnp and Covn'.ry Need Ycu Right Now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The invasion of iho gulf of Riga and Jts effectual blacfcadc by iUc Ger- mans has been a scricus hioir for ihe Russian people, wlio fcave rot heedthl the warning of the govermneul lhai Euch a blow was likely 10 fall. The Russian fleet, it is staled, put forth what effort It could lo ward off the In- vaders, but ouiaumbered. 'Tin1 danger cow Is ihel the Germans may be able to send a fleet upt lie Gulf of Finland and threaten Ibe capital. Rus- sian leaders declare they do, cot ex- pect this can ever be carried out. bul it Is a possibility with which they are compelled to calculate. The activities, in Belgium continue in spite of the heavy rains and mud, and ihc 'statement is made that Hie offensives the past weeli presage one OQ a large scale. flock Into Bheep anflgoals, auj of'lUe aU bo said: "The other tarty accepted llie homesteads aud It'csme British sub- jects, and now they.have firearms iu itelr bouses, and shrwl wild animals and fowls, uUo till -loiueslif stock and cat meal, drlui wliistey. siiijke and tobacco and openly laugL at floukhobCLrs' rellflou. therefore, tho fcovernmeul of Canada iu such a serlcus question as military serried shaulcl carefully between Iho two paitfes- 1'oier refuses to recognize (hb bricoh of his flock that bas fallen under tlio lure of U.-ili5h cltirenship. Hut think Peter is rather hard ou them. They have 'em In the of regulated (auiilles. and Peter's firmly is so large thai he shouldn't be peeved about Anyway IhO west ts KeSly and really the only Ihicg J'etcr should ask for his forjj.veneis lor Is that ihcy chew to- bacco. BOYS BADLY NEEO DISCIPLINING. Auta stealing Is becoming a nuis- ance In town. On Saturday ii.'ght the J. Woolf car was lakcu from a j private garage and .run. all over the country by a bunch of young men. Aa a fmal climax lo the evening's pro- gram ibe auto waa run Into a fence ant! ctioiptelely demolished. The boys should bo compelled 10 mate good the damage and then some. This paragraph appears In the Card-) 5 to a Globe and we use It to polut out that there are a lot ot tncorrlgble boys and young men obout Jual cow. has n number of this class and there have been a number of re- ports or nutos being stolen and used for joy fides in ibe vicinlly.. These fellows should he purr in uniform, where military training and discip- line would soon, check their bad habits. If'they can't be conscripted, sooner or liter they may land behind the bars and become farm bands al the provincial gaol. An example must' be oade very soon of some ol these young scoundrels. LATE OR, GRIFFIN. VETERAN METHODIST v MINISTER, DEAD Toronto, Oct. Dr. GrlJtin. who was the oldest minister in. the Methodist v church in Canada, died here v tonight. Ho attained bis v ninety-fourth birthday tmnl- vcrsary last Tuesday nnil been tiS years in the ministry. The union government Is a new gov- ernment and should be judged as a new The neir nuJon government won't e a real union Eoveramettl until has a cepreHentative In It. SELECTIVE CONSCRIPTION CREATED UNION GOVERNMENT. Union government, at this' Lime, is gorernmcni. It bas brought to- gether men of different political be- liefs rc-ho happen lo largely agree on j a war measures. As n matter of fact we union would not lively have had a war orj union government if it had not been) Vortr linuor dealers say whls Ipr ihe Military Service act. The dl lker ma-F 'Irtafc visions which it created in the Liberal that's cheaper than a fine foi party, demanded a union of the forces 1 carrying U around in this country. in favor of selective conscription I asalnst those opposed to selective con-. The'-Herald is" to ascertain a scrtptlon. Selective conscription is a I popular candidate for mayor.-'Some vrar measure and will he enforced by i tlmfis lie moat popular candidate C' Forty Bushels to ihe Smash Catllc Shipments i From Our OT Cardslou, Oct. 13. The threshing (5 nearly all finished. A feir odd Jobs remain in the bill country lo ihe west and south where oaU and barley ere the chief grafns raised. Good farm ins methods have -been PICKED UP MAN Johu B. Snider, agtd 7S. retired AM. 11. 11, Adshcad Is a possible ;-ls dead at Waterloo. Medicine Hat Hed Cross society raised during the past year. The Serbs will raise a company [or overseas la Toronto. Ottawa school children have r.bout deposited iq tho school poony r Recvq Hermeslon, ot iho township of Harley and postmaster nt ark. Out., Charles and Mrs. Kcltoy. esteemed residents tit Cbbourff, celebraled their gulden aunlversary. Miss Jennla Simpson, for many years a teacher In tho BroctvIHe public school, Is dead. To the preventive staff of the Brant- lord customs office, Sergt. E. A. Hoi- lister, a returned veteran has been permanently appointed J. B. U'llson. oged 35 years, son of F. T. Wilson, resiillns In Sidney town- ship. Out., was accidentally killed'ID LJutte, Montana. A call has been received by f. O. Xk-ho.1, 'of Si. Andrew's pert company lias Leon n, church Iu itic out by the Swill Canadian company. wnyoralty candidate lu Canary. Premier Martiu.'of Saskatchewan. endorses union eovcruoicut, C. J. Thornton, Conservative, an- nounces that uo wtU not seek re dec ttou ID Durham county, Ont, A. D. McTnlosh. of North BaltleforJ; lias been appointed district cuurt juilgo ot .North UaUKforJ, Tho Saskatchewan CcAoperailvo ele- vator at Maryflcld, Sask-, was destroy- ed by flre. S.'J. Lalla. lor l.nst Mouu-: iiLn, may succeed lion. J. A. CalUer fu (tie Saskatchewan goi'cniaioiil. John Alexander, aged Sn.'dlcd nt after Iclug struck by an auto la Detroit. J, C, Snitth, Coriuerly a public as- slsnco in Ont., died at Dor- Ing. Oregon, recently. Dr. Arthur 'of Wood- Elurh, K.B., kilkil iu action, Is n son- oT lion. F. U. Carvell. It'Is1 currently reported in business circles that the Vancouver Prince Hu- Presbytery d( Hamilton. Tho Toronto street cleaners haveVer' lurned lo work nnd. a board of arbitra- tion' will InvcsUEalJc (heir grievance's, including Ihe tearing ilown of the flag by Commissioner "Wilson. Israel Martin, 21 rears old, vras al- most Inslantli': liillei when he (ell [rom a "traction ongicB near Woolwich township, Ont., bc.fig caught bctiveen a and ibo tool box. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mackay. of Oafc- vllle, received ftora the Drilish war department the announcement thai their son, Flight Lieut J. A. Macfcay, Royal Flyiug Corps, has been unoffic> ially reported killed. Governor Johb HIcTs'ab, ol tho Wei'- Ibglon that'the' cmphasized by the 'dry summer and I average per day per prisoner for rations during the past year was cents, ns compared with 11 w rents for the, previous i Hogh Warren, a widely known far- mer near Cratnpton, North Dorchester, was stricken with apoplexy while plowing and expired at once, though 1 health B. Trar government made up of men of all political partfei, Other war mea- sares mtsl folJcn- for it wUl be war measures we will einect frqm a war COTernnienL. the [armers who have pursued care< ful and moisture sevlng methods'of tillage can now L show the rest ot them how it Is done. One of Ihe best yields reported Is that nnon Mrs. Isaac just west of Earl Carlson. her son beirx; the farmer. Sixty acres. of summeTtallow was planted (o spring wheat and yielded forty bush- els pnr acre. O.iLs went seventy bushels and bar- Icy twenty-sis bushels. r Soiae spring plowed land that was doeant make the best representa-1 not overcropped, yielded Ihjrly bush- els ol wheat per acre. It Is upon this farm tbat the relief societies have a prize plot of grain for competition in tho wheat growing "That captivates our nanny" is J. A CREED FOR CANADIANS. TYo rfizd In IhR Ncr York Outlook lie other day1 aD-'Araericaii creed.. appealed to us EO strongly as a creed GsDadiirri should adopt ai thi3 lime, thai we have altered It to suit Can- ada and publish ft below: A Canadian Cresd I am a Cc.nad.nn. 1 In the dignity of labor, (.he sanctity of the home, and the high destiny ol democracy, my blrlhrtghl. Jus- tice ray Ideal, and falUi fa human- Ity my guiding star.'. By the sacrifice'of Ihose who suffered that T mfght lire, ivba that Canada might endure, pledge my life to my country and the'liberation of manhtncl. In Ifccsc days nhen the war Is dls- Bcmbllng parlies and bring- Infe unespected changes In our com- mon country H woald be well for Can-' lution ada and for all Canadtacs to ob-crre strike, K. Mlddleton's rendering of "that gets I contest instituted by the Latter my in the Toronto Neva. What Saints church, to )a Jingulsl lie man tie Production. This will be heard from PacfeeL later and we hope as a bis? _______ ner. I At Glenwood Mr. Carlson CapL.W. A. and several, other i yleldluR thirty-one bushels por acre, local girls attended the Red Cross i and (fits was fall wheat aim his sprias wheat went over twen'y Bad Auto Smash danre al FrltJsT Enterprise. "The "Cap" must be for the ladies' vole in Rocky Mountain. Why doesn't the Enterprise describe LIs costume? G. R. Harnoch Is gaining outside recogxtlllon as a live wire, lie will do good work In promoting the new war loan.. "We all hnow that he has splendid ability as an organizer. He Cardston Lad Its first bad auto ac- cldcot on Saturday eTcning at about o'clock. S. A, fowler, pt Ma- Rrath. with J. Y. Cari.'iras juat round- Ing the Cahoon hotel conior -when an- other car was sighted coming at a very fast rate. Mr. Fowler. turned to the right as far as possible to avoid a mud hole and finally turned into it, only lo be struck head on by the. other rar which came, straight for him Instead of turning to Iho right apparently in his1 usual good ivheu beginning ihe day's wor Despondent over his'buslness condi- tions, Orvil .Oyefhblt, Brantford, look fifady beinfi found In Ih'e7 rcur of of James Walt. He wife anil young family.' It Is understood that Lieut. David with a Concurs heavy battery, has been recom- of tlie Akra branch Ih'Q PeiuUIua, county Red Cross'chanler out of tnUHnB i'iirn llicy'iliil not stop tholr kuittJng, but sheafed' the Wool from their own sheep, 'carded and spun U and. now are busy a'9 before, knitting socks and wristlets lor Ihe soldiers from tho Rrhy wool which they made by carding whilb "and black wooi together ami later 'dyeing Jt blue to conform with the Heel Cross 'regulations. People's Forum 13 really Oae ol .he public spirited men In the province.. Among, the new unusual industrial features provided by the Russian revo- has been a washerwoman's he It Is said. )n the bis- faithfully lhat crccj. 1 lory ol the world. The washenromen SIR ROBERT BOfiDEN AMD ,THE NEW GOVERNMENT. Premier Horden did ool form a union won, loo, bul for Tteeks grjcsla Lo Pel- hotels'were oWlged lo wash ihclr own sheets and towels or gel along without clean ones. Lethbrlcjge'a goveriiraent with the unahfrnous sup- hoasswlvea, unable lo gzt raatds, port of his f cnly demanded an appeal to the i fry. on the old lines- It 13' only lair to eay lhat Kir Robert Cordon was In earnest In hta efforts lo create a union government. That the r onion come's very late musl bo nd- rallleij, Jl would have been much het- tcr for Canada If it had lieen in exis- tence two, yes, three years ago. Hap- pening late, as It docs. It vrlH he under- that it would not have been pos- fijble, if Sir Kouerl Borden had ed lo many rolcc3 In his party. Union EOTernmenL la due lo the willingness o( Sir Robert Dorden aocl political op- fronenfa to sacrifice prejudice and tht-ra you -that th'cy have not' only lo wash Ibe linen, but make Ihc beds and cook the'1 meal a and alPbecause.ot Ibe war, too. for the welfare of IhejavoliI tfoubd cbbatry. Robert Borden, will hfi Ing her tzrn his record as the leader or partisan ad ml nisi ration hut now thai ho has formed a union govern- ment we must give him a fair chance lo make good, PETER SEPARATES THE SHEEP AND GOATS, Felcr Verfefn, goiMather ol the Canadian Isn't-exactly campllmentary' ,lo brlttah clTlHzalton U 1C obtains (n Canada. Hather un- cooscloualy (he other day he handed 09 a pleius blow lhat was cil- us'.dowii for Iha minister of Jifallce'rc- aUtus of DDVkhobDra In to conscrfptton, he divided hit Florida, Is in a bad inJi-op, It bas a woman mayor. When elected her name was Mre, Gco. llar- wUz and she has since married a man named O'urien, in course her name la now Mrs. O'Drien. Citizens claim ft'traa Mrs. Hnrwltz they elect- ed and consequently. can't be mayor. This ought to be a warning Lo Miss Me A dam, one ot Ihe Alberla soldiers' In to ahe rnuah'l dur- m as a legislator If she docs she may-have dJfTlcullr In satis- fying Eome of tlip aoldlera that aho the person they, really cloclod.. They 'will pcraUL that their Is McAdam and Ibcy will not stand for anybody else, The driver of the second car, A- C. uslln. was slightly injured and aU ;oL a bad shaking up and considerable nerve shock. Tberc a crowd in the legislature. H. she .dejlr RECRUITING IN V. S. Oct. Kenneth D. Martctt, has bficn placed In command of the British and Can- adian recruiting ivork In New Eng- land. Captain Marlett, who has been touring IMa.section In the Interests of recrulllng for; several months, par- ifcfpatfns fn (hor ffgMfng at Megalncs. Ynrea and on the Homme. Under direction Hying will huld rallied fn all New England elder few moment. No person was seri- ously Injured but tho cara were badly damaged. The A.P.P. officer took Mr. Dualln In charge as II TFSS alleged that Lhc accident had been caused by hts disregard of the piles of Ihe road, and lhat possibly something more Invigor- ating thari soft drinks might be at Ihe root of tho smash. "Both cars were Gray-Doris and the one causing the accident was a new one owned by A. J. Stoddard of the Spencer hotel, who had It placed la commission and offered it to Sir. Fowler until bis could be repaired. Cattla Shipment! Large cattle shipments have, been made from this point and more are looked for soon. A tram of over five hundred head went ont first week In thta month And there ,3_ yet a big bunch to go out (o Chicago ol matured steers, The cattle of the dUlrlct are being added to very materially by Mes'srH. Knight and Watson, Ihc Iccscea of Ihc Ulood reserve. They are putting jp some four thou- pflnd tons of hay on the reservation, Ihe Indians doing the work. Some seventeen hundred lona arc In tho elacfc on the Delly river ami near the stock yard a here a big forco o( the rsil men are putting in nearly a him drccl tons per day during thin good wealher. The checks arc Riven the _ IntlfariH each week and they arc palrtlr through the Rank of Montreal which )s a furlhcr alt] to the mercan- tile business of the town. Tho hay Is wnlRficd on scales erect- ed at ihe yards by this enlorprlsJng i lirm of big cattle men and each In- dian eels exactly Ihc results of hli laljors without waiting for'Uie hay lo settle thirty ilays, mended as coilccLor'ot customs al the port succeed the late F.' who "died a few months ago. .Ths Kansas .C-''y.V9ckyar-ds on Sat', urday established what Is believed to be a world's record for cattle receipts In the week just ended, according to an announcement, made by officials. The receipts were .head ol cattle and calves. A bequest of 310.000 to the city of Toronto to be used for the purchase ol benches for use parks, wag made by the late Harry whose ivllljhns been filed for probate. TJhe. la valued at and bequcgts of each are made to the Baptist Jiomc .mission board of Ontario and Quohcc and Lhe Bapttat foreign missionary, board of Ontario and Quebec. The Toronto receives J5.000. THE MAYORALTY To-the Kdlior the Hern Id. Dear notice by reading the Herald of Saturday lhat Mayor Ilardle is likely to he returned again as mayor by acclamation. This may bo all right; and may sait a certain class of citizen, especially tho C.G.C.'s who made such n name for the city, dur- ing the prohibition campaign. Noiv Mr. Editor, 1 think you are abont'lhe only, person In town who can do something lo get the liest men we have to stand Tor olfice for 1 think at this time we -want the- best man that" Is 'possible Lo get I am pro posing to you that you through your paper take a vote ot the most popular men In .In so doing could get to-know would stand for the possible candl dates could get an Idea of the chances of running. _, It'seeins very strange that the citi- zens at this time are not taking the opFdrlimfty offered to right the wrongs that look so obvious and which we hear so many people talking About. I don't know whether this Irte; would mean any more expense to you or not but I am just making this pro- posal In the hope that the citizens make some effort lo place at the head ot affairs In this city-seine dLlzen who really welfare of ttio city a heart- sincerely, B.'F. WAKELIN, 1264-Sth Ave. S, CKy, Oct. 15, 1917. NOT ASKED .FOR BOARD. MoT.iroal, Oct. 13 learned here. that-, the .canditctors- and train men ot the Canadian Pacific Rail way Jiaye'not asked for a hoard .0' DrbKra'i'fon." Pefslslent rumors current lhat a board would be de mandcd by the men.. Ideal For Wash-Day The Kootenay Range accommodates the .wash boiler and still leaves four holes free for cooking. This allows you to serve wash-day dinners that are just as good as other days and doesn't interfere with your laundering. .Ask our dealer or write for booklet. KOOTENAY RANGE HOSIRF.kD mBrflPEO For Salt by the TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. CONGOLEUM RUGS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT. iOUOHT .BEFORE THE ADVANCE IN PRICE. ST.OOK IS EXTKA HEAVY FOR ONE WEEK ONLY OUR PRICES AS FOLLOWS; Oxl) liegulnr Sale 9x0 lioguinr JjiJO.OO WiTS Itejfiilar Sale Trice Sale Price HAYR HARDWARE CO. THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA -BE ASSISTED IN YOUR DECISION Let Carusa, Farrar, Galll-Curcl, McCormacV, and otherft of the grrateil'opera ttara, aid you In-your choosing. Wlth< out exception the more renowned artlits have selected the 'VICTROLA as the mosl 'perfect'tone reproducing jnitrj. the only acceptable medium of, bringing their 'trilent Intd'ycur home. V _ You KaV3 been cantlderlng the purchase or a Is trie time to make your selection and Maion 4< Rlpch' Is the one best place to go. 'SPECIAL VICTHOLA OUTFITS AND TERMS. Vlcirola IV. with six double faced (12 selections) 10 In. records. Terms SS.OO cash and ?5.00 per morilh. S29.40 Vjtlcola VI, six double faced (12 selections) 10 In. records.-Terms cash and per month. Vlctrola VIII, with six rfouble.faced (12 selections) 10' In. records. Terms cash per month. W3.70 Victrola with six double-faced (12 selections) 10 in. records. .Terms cash and W per month. Vlctrola X, with six double faced (12 selections) 10 .In. records. Terms caih and per month. Vlctrola XI, six double faced (12 .-selections) 10 In. records. Terms cash and per -'month. J156.10. V Id roil XIV, with six double faced (12 selections) 10 In. records. Terms cash per month. MASON RISCH LIMITED BLO.C'K ;FIFTH ST. s. LETHBRIOGE THE CANADIAN BANK SIR EDMUND WALKER.' C.V.O., LLD.. D.C.L, H V. F. JONEi AB'I SIR JOHN AIRD, Muujet V.C.BROWIS, Sup'l of CtntnU Warn CAHTAI PAID UP. T RESEKVE FUND, J5AVINGS BANK BUSINESS This Bank pays interest at 3% per annum on all deposits of and upwards in this department Srnall accounts are welcomed. Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mgrj U. S. NOT AFFECTED. Washington, Oct. llon bolween the United Htatcj "anil Holland has not hcen afrected Ity Great Britain's acllon In proclaiming a ban upon commercial cablcY'to Tha Netherlands because (he crcroenl rctvsiil lo BlOh shlprtenla o( concrete material (o the Germans In Uelglum, The amount of foodstuffs which Great Britain can purchase In Canada upon Ihe amoQnf of .money which the Canadian Gov- ernment can sufjpFy (he Imperial Trea'iury, thlf again'depends upon you placing at of .the .Qovernmtnl by sub- scribing to War Loint AND YO'UH LOCAL BOND HOUSE The British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET AtBEHTA SALE STOCK IMPLEMENTS OCT. 22nd TEN O'CLOCK.SHARP ON SEC. 17-11-21, 7 MILES NOHTH OF, tnalchcclAttain sorrel D years olrt, 2600 Ins.; 1 tenm bay 66 years olil, 2700 Ilia.; 1 blick team geiillnea; S-3 yearn old, 2S00 Jlis.; 1 learn gcWmsa, 5-S years grey mare, 6 years old, HOO Ilia. ,mnrc, 8 yeartj 'old, ISOO.lbs.; 1 brown marc, C ycar3 old, 1400 Iba., in foal; 1 roan, mare, 3 years old, In foal; 1 grey years old; 1 Illicit eolillng, 3 years old, 1300 Iba.; 1 bay marc, S years "old, 1300 black horse, 3 year's Ibs.; 1 grey rlloM GRADE choice Ilolsltlri.ilnlry cows; 2 COM (a ho (rest) shorlly; 11 licllers rlnlnB S yrn. old, nil In calf; 4 hcKefs, rising'2 yc.irs old; 12 calves; 1 Shorlhorn Durham bull, rlalnfj old; 1 Hereford bun, rifling 2 years old, trood sftwa; i fal hcna; 9 ECCBO; 4 ducks. and (ank; 1 Clfmnx waEOn snd Ianke boarly new; 3 bundlo wagons and rachs; 2 bundle racks; 1 buggy note anil shafts; 1 John Deere gang nlow, nearly new; i Kincfftdri sUlky'plow; 1 Standard disc plowj 1 gang plow; Z (ng'plows; illso; 1 scl of Iron harrows and carl; 1 Vnn Flrnul jir'taa ilrill ;2 McCurmlck binders; 1 IXerlng 1 well pump ami pining; 7 fcts double loam harness; 1 scl driving harness; tadillc; 2 Ford cars In EOod n'mnlng order; forM tnrl olhcr I .slack green 'ecd; 2 Ions 1 Ijlacksmlth MnK'rict crcjim separator; 1 new Singer sow- Ing machine; 800 Ibs. of (lour; complete household cffecls, stoves, bo'Js, drMsere, -kllchcn oulfll. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Everything Will te SoliJ at the Proprietor IE Olvinj up FREE LUNCH SERVED F.W. COBB, M, MAOUIRE, J. A. SMITH, Rreprletol1 Clerk AuttltlnMr ;