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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17. Itflft TJIK ,V HUM AM? 1'ACiE FOUH Sb: HIDci'ta i DAILY AND W6EKUV Y Subscription Daily, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, per year feily. by mail, per year ......S.t-00 WceKly. by mall, per mail, per year to U.S..fl.oO j TELEPHONES j. Business Office Editorial OfUco A. Bucha'tan John Torrance JliKiaRinc Director Business .Manager Troubles cause headache, biliousness, constipation, impure blood and other unpleasant symp- toms. If these troubles are neglected they weaken the body and open the way for serious illness. Many rhronic diseases may be traced back to indigestion that could have been immediately PICKEDUPIN lASSlNGLZZI! FOR THE SUSY MAN Dry, Hoarse of Painful Coughs Quickly Ended Dams of expiry or ap- pe-.r tii'iiy on addross'label: .Accept- ance'of papers after expiration dato is our authority to eontiuuo tbo flub- ccriptlon. rei Beecham's Pills. This well- known home remedy has proven itself dependable, safe and speedy during sixty years use. The fame of having a larger sale than any other med- icine in the world proves the dependable, remedial value of Lincoln, Out., county Jail is almost empty. mV !e prohibition. The T. stnlloii nl Hronte. Out., was tk'stroyed by fire. lii-v. David Tully. son of im ear- I ly resilient of Pcterboro. Out., died at I Media. Pa. s A. Cox. formerly of Saska- vns burned to dealb at Kivir- near Kimlerslcy. .loin: Johnson. In'ker. of Hrantford. was killed in the hpltiils of his work- shop. Ch'-is Ouinn Unelphl, tell from 1.11.1.. i i i anil ipj'le true and it is thought Ins j family supply .ack is l.roken. .mc.Matlr Itflttfliy thin You Wor Thoroughly. The- prompt and positive aetion ot simple, inexpensive, home-made m 1 or swollen or bron nuicklv healing the. intlui.. membranes of the throat, cliial tuiica und "P TOU..I.S, has caused it to bo used in more lioau-s than 'anv oUiiT.TOiujli remedy. Under its hcalliis. eoothiiiK inllurnce. Chest S..rellCSS gOCS. JlhlOKlU loOMI', bcralliiiiK becomes easier, tickling in tliroiit stops set a chili COUilll, croup, bronchial asthma -vvhoopinK splendid cousli syrup, j an Your King and Country nsed you right THE-. PROGRESS OF THE WAR The superiority of allied artillery over .German ie. being: demonstrated to remarkable degree on the western front now. The terrific artillery duels w: being conducted makes occasion for the correspondent of the Daily Mail, to comment upon the size and Quantity oi the new allied-guns, which he says are ranged so closely thai they almost touch. The more powerful of them are greatly superior to the fa- mous Krupp guns of the enemy. "Thus are the allied forces slowly battering their way through the Hun lines. The Sunday dispatches indicate tnat the British are now .within three miles of Bapauine, having penetrated Ger- man lines north-east of Gaudecourt. have made progress Eeillesel. The situation in Rumania, where the Rumanians have been forced back through the mountain passes in Tran- sylvania to their own territory, is the subject, of serious comment in the London papers, who probably fear that the late of Serbia may befall Rumania If active steps are not at once taken to supply the latest ally with all necessary reinforcements. Urseit S.I. of Arj Mcdrebc in the World. Sold In bosea, 2S cenll. Tlw members oi Si. Andrew's 1'res- i byierian church. 'Niagara Fulls, cele- briited its diamond jubilee. Lt. .las. niair. who travelled for the Co., Saskatoon, was killed action. His parents reside in Ottawa. John Walker Uarrie, aged 12, of Souihwolii. died from a fractured, skuli, due lo u kick from a colt. The skeleton of a man was foiuu! j sand heap northwest of __ a 'much h'itrr'niUKh syrup''than'von could, buy TKidv-mado for Keeps porlcctly ai'dVbildmi love its pleasant taste. 1'inex is a special and hiu'My concen- tr'tted compound of jrenmni: >-orwa promptness, easo and certainty in OVOT- comiii" stubborn coughs and chest colds. i To "avoid disappointment, yov for "S1.-'. ounces of Pioci" wil Hay Knight Has Good Crop- Farmers Import Stock on Large Scale (From Our Own correspondent) Raymond. Oct. in continuing steadily and perhaps 25% of the grain Is threshed. A number of new outfits started this morning. There aro now about a dozen machines oper- ating in the territory tributary to Hay- nioilil. Yields reported are running all the way from H5 to 45. Ray Knight Is now threshing his macaroni wheat, and the quality and yield is surprising. It is all Brat-grade wheat and is yielding about 185 bus. to the acre. Mr. Knight is delighted f 1I1CX IS a special aim iiiii.iij lo mtj .m- trated compound of Kcnuinc Norway witll ivis gsperimoni and has great jiinc extnut combined with (niaiacol u (01. wheat in Southern :'.nd is known tile world over tlor Ha j or directions, and don't accept any- Guaranteed to ai'solute -.fiietien or money promptlv relunuca. P''nex Co., Toronto, Ont. him before, but that Is probably due; to my ignorance. At any rate. Judge I dock. On.. Nippon having said (after bathing In i the sunshine of the Kaiser's presence) A. public reeling at Kiu that from tile German trenches before coramcnnud that '.o, nunit Rheims he could see every tile- on the to the Ked on Trafalgar ancient cradle of [Way. Arthur W. Smith, a prominent 5re- i Mat Oddfellow, has been kil'ie-u in action. He wa 1 real estate firm Smith. a partner in the of Rummer and Hitli from the Canadian Little summer fallowing has been done. It. however, the fall is an open one there will yet bo considerable ploughing done. The many friends in the south coun- try of Corp. Smith will be pleased lo learn that his woi'lh on the Mounted Police force has been recognized, and that he has been transferred to-Leth- bridge from the station at Magrath The promotion came Immediately fol lowing a clever arrest made in the Ma grath post office. A man was wantetl in Montana for forgery, and solely from the descriptions furnished of a church. The clear intima- tlon that it had suffered no injury lo _ once consult either an oculist or a j fficia! ot Ulc Dominion fanners psychologist, tor he is either the_most An omciai 01 _ far-sighted man in the records of thalniology or lie possesses an tausEi-, nation at which even a Munsierberg! would njarvcl. I It was about a month ago today that I I stood in tho Cathedral of Rheims.! when shells -were even then falling every fire minutes into the city, in which there were still left civil i iaus. I saw a hole in the roof of that Cathedral, made within two weeks of THE GENEROSITY OF tHE GREEKS The spontaneous generosity with the members of tic local Greek community gave to the support of their, own cause and the cause of the clliei on Sunday, is worthy of special comment, and will stand as an example that'will shame many of our own Bri- tish who have shown marked indifference to things of a patriotic nature since, the war commenced. The Greeks, by unstinted contributions from tlieir savings, gave tangible evi- _______ denc'e of their faith in the ultimate sue-j its pillars. controllers to appropriate S1.200 for a military hospital In connection with the barracks, for the treatment of in- ftctious diseases. I Sgt. Thomas Mantou. of Stratford, i with the Tlst battalion, has been re- Conduct Medal. Sgt. .Manton led a party ill a raid under heavy fire to obtain certain information. I The sum of 522.245 has been.suiil by the Duchess of Connaught to the i Canadian Red Cross in England to be used in sending comforts to the pris- oners of v. ar. Of. this amount ill be devote! to sending turkey, him puddings and Christinas com- i forts. The body of Thomas F Currie. aged i Educatllm accept. 61. of Lewiston was round at h: of Princlpal Smyth. ledge of the Nianaia Kner ,treot school who pleaded my visit there, caused by a shell which Qlfeenston. thai th? large nnmbe? his pupils r A -ii r nf I failini; to pass the entrance was due 'isr'hi S oijected to the'poor ioca, from the descriptions uirnisneu nui ,'i% by the authorities. Smith place, Kitcliener Y.M.C.A. lias begun a campaign to raise from to ST.- i 000 toward fhe Canadian coutrihu- j tion of for the overseas work., he right party under arrest. The importation of stockers anc feeders by the farmers of nils'district s being done on a noticeable scale There is an abundance of Imy and straw in the country and the farmers apparently recognize the opportunity 0 turn off some fe'ooc beef with very iitle expense. Four and five carloads ire brought in every week or ten day: and the dealers say they are snapped ip readily. The subject of live stock on the farm has been preached by gov- ernment experts and the press for years and the farmer at last Is adopt ng the advice. Hogs are scarce and prices are high. Farmers who are off stock of any kind are reap !ng richly the reward of their good judgment. 1U. YISIL LUV1C, muctu barely missed almost the last of the; noble thirteenth century stained-glass I j windows of that great Gothic treasure j Hajjjf. house, the greatest, perhaps, in all the' o( he world. I saw the splendid tracery of its roof, its beautiful carv- ings, its noble arches mutilated beyond l As a result of a fractured skull all possible repair. While it is, true i vvhicu sustained while working at lhat" the .Cathedral as a skeleton still the international Harvester Coin- stands; and may be structurally re-; piailt, at Hamilton. C. Buckuer, stored yet it can never completely j aeetj 30, is dead, regain the glorious beauty rnello...... of his school. many ages. It is closed to all] Edmund A. Wall, probably one of sacred uses as a church, denuded musical instructors in Its priceless contems. its choir stalls the united States, and for tineeu destroyed, and the only thing left in years a member of Sousa's tamous the. interior is the flag of France. I band, died at Huntsville, aged oo. me. inittnui which still floats proudly from one of j cess: of the allied cause and principles of. democracy' for C. Mikel, K.C., of Belleville, has _ I uj. l in disconnection let me nail'an-, been retained to defend Joseph -Mont other statement of the overworked j gpmery. held on suspicion in connec- which their, own great.statesman, Venizelos, is now making a determined stand. GERMAN LIES Inr a recent address at New York, the murder of his brother German-press bureau. The Herman tlon with i Admiralty has consistently claimed! near.Madoc. that it sunk the British dreadnonght.i theWarspite in the battle, of Jutland. Relatives at Ottawa of Fee. -I. f- o months ago I inspected the! Davis, 3Sth Battalion, reported a anTu was then receiving its mouth ago as killed in action have flntag touches of fresh paint. It is received a letter from urn dated Sept. -afloat and very much alive. A new j saying he was all right. Expectations YOU cannot expect too much of ivory Soap. Expect it to lather quickly and rinse easily, to feel grate- ful and to leave the skin soft and smooth. Ivory Soap will do all this and more. You will find that it is the soap you should buy, not merely to save money, but to get the best. 5 CENTS PURE Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE M.n.tH- SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LLJ3., D.C.L.. Preildent IOHN H. V. F..JONES. A..'tGcn, V. C. BROWN. of Omul Wcilcn Br.ocne! CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business. Money may deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mg oe started to distri among official German press Beck, former assistant attor neyrSeneral of tlie United States, tookjbute occasion to refute aspersions on thej British army and its part in the WiT. i u :It Sas Deen freauently charged that j can read the story of the cherry tree, Britiin wasn't doing its part; that the which while in itself yet illua- tie nghtin, was upon Prance and Hnaaia. When the .._ plete history of the war is written j (From Our Own Correspondent) Macleod, Oct. Wilson ot the battalion, arrived in town and has commenced recruiting again. Although recruiting has been report- ed slow of late, be expects that things will liven up after the threshing is over. Sergeant Wilson has been in- structing in the Provisional School of Infantry in Calgary and is now re- _ cruiting officer for Southern Alberta Thomas E. Blair, a fireman H. H. Young, agent for the Me -arming between Palmerston "eton writ-' and Durham, was mysteriously shot there they in the. leu while attending his regu- duties in the cab of his engine. has received car- Laughlin cars, load of cars. Mr. Rogers will be opening a car repairing shop at an early date. _ Mr. Virtue has received a large qnrak'n.- at the mjenia" of the Ross number of Ford cars lately ha Pavilion unU of the Roy- installed a Staler steam vulcanizm to-verdun, now the -hoo, basketball heroic place in all the world .There; b" com-i Uam the. Macleod high Britain's part Will he fully revealed, has never been a tattle m all o Canada next af Mac will tten be.known that it was like it. .Within a lew aasb, uie men greater factor in toryithan any other nation. Its eoa-ij mar to without disclosing trol-lof the sea, its great financial Eoarce of my information, that the sources and its wonderful army raised j casualties at Verdun la month ago ei- guickly, are a combination of fac- ceeded -.800.000. Like a stone wall the donatio ileotl. torsi that no other nation can equal. But "now as to Mr. Beck. entVAmericaD recently This emln visited Tres'ltera front, where he. was given] every opportunity to meet the leaders at the forces as well as the men of -the ranks. What he had to say in his recent speech is worth ffivlng in de- tail: .In'j-thls connection let me say, in passing, that there is- a. disposition, not in England and in France, but in thisicdnntry, to minimize the part that French's army played on the I am confident you would ___t hear a French General make aWTsuch suggestion of depreciation. Ehglftnd gave har whole army to save France, gave it so quickly that in a the soldiers that I saw marching by night through the streets of Winchester, and who saw the sun the Mils of Hampshire, saw1 It the flelds of Flanders. Rela- in'numbcrs, superb ,iii equipment and great in spirit. That standing as a stone wall at helped Joffre to bring back his army to the line of the aiarne without :un4ue haste or any demoralization. No wtould suggest that the victorious army of tie Siarne did not owe? a proportionate share of the im- mortal glory of that battle to that Httjo. but.brave contingent of English- Wen -who. under General French, did Wl that the groat Commander in Chief do. niallengint; the justice of this let me m passlnf take is'sue French" poilu has stood for nearly 200 davs at this eastern gateway ot France in "the most desperate battle of his- itonr and he can still say to a brave and 'powerful invader; "Thus, far aim no further; and here shall thy prond waves be stayed." There-is a settlement in. the Peace River country called Grizzly Bear Prairie. That name ought to be very attractive to settlers from the Tender- foot Belt. another statement intended for icau consumption. Before I left England' I read ah Interview, to a Judge Nipoert oi Cin l do not know who Judg Indeed, I never heard ot Ah A line fence quarrel was aired be- fore Magistrate Elton in police court this morning. On complaint of Frank Wicks, Johii Ahrens appeared charg- ed with pulling down Wick's fence. It appeared from the evidence that Wicks had Taken a notion lo increase the height of the fence between .the pro- perties of tfie'tVo'raeri. In doing so lie made the fence so high that it shut out all. the light in Aaron's kitchen. This necessitated burning electric light all Say Ahrsns- thereupon went..'put and'knocked extension to the fence Wicks put it up again and once more did the Carrie Na- tion assault on the offending fence. The next move was to court. After loartnR "both sides of the story. Mag- istrate Elton dismissed ea'ie Foods come and go, but for nearly twenty years Grape- Nuts food has held first place among cereals. In homes where Grape-Nuts is nol known, a single package from Ihc grocer would make it u fast friend and standby because of its wonder- fully pleasing flavor and staunch the supreme goodness of whole wheat and barley. Every tabie should have its daily ration "There's a Reason" .Made'in Canada-By Canadian Posttim Cereal Co.. Ltd.. Windsor. Ont. DON'T RISK A COLD Winter chills arc dangerous. Keep baby warm and happy with a Perfec- tion Smokeless Oil Heater. PERF keep the whole family warm and happy. Light and easily carried from room ro room. Burn ID hours on a single gallon of Royaliie Coal most economical fuel. i H At all good dealers. If your Xj{ dealer cannot supply you, address THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limited BHAKCBES IX ALL C1TIIJ n! 1 lunptromuun v and PLASTER O A R 1> laces? 'by not rid youreelf oncefi the sM need repair and last as long as the house. FOR SALE BY ALL LUMBER YARDS AND HARDWARE DEALERS. DISTRIBUTORS: WESTERN CANADA AGENCY, WHOLES'ALE .HARDWARE Mill, BlKkimlth. Contractor, arid' Bullabrs' ExplSslvet, Calcium :f: ALBERTA ;