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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR "Cerate Hlberta DAILY TiTo WEEKLY delivered, por week Dally, delivered, per year Billy, by mall.'per year ......JS-JJ .Weekly, by mall, per Weekly, by mall, par year to U.S..J1.50 1253 TELEPHONES Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager PLAYING POLITICS TO THE LIMIT Why did Sir Thomas Tnit resign director of tho new registration scheme for recruiting? Thinking men nro asking tho Question. The excuse contained In tho Ottawa dispatch, which wasn't an excuse at all, doesn't satisfy tho man on tho street. Ho wants to know what is behind it all. The ostensible reason given for Sir Thomas' resignation wns that tho gov- eminent could not recognize G. M. Murray, the director's choice as secre- tary of tho new board, bemuse the latter had criticized the government In connection with war contracts snd would therefore bo uncongenial to the members of the government in the Dates ot expiry of subscriptions ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration dato is our authority to continue tie flcrlptloo. night Lieut. Harold Carl Bnkor, n Toronto aviator, was killed near Dov- er, England. Llout. Osier Bath, Oativlllo. Out., es- caped from n German prison, but was Mrs. Gcorgtaua Hergeron, ot Alden- ville has birth to trip- lets in live Province hospital, by Caesarian operntiou. THE LETHBR1DGE; DAV-r TigRAljl woman wko simply deserves whatever site The womdit orclertf WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18. Ml Hi KICKED UP IN SSING new position. whlu, !mutill.; near Mission. B.C. The real reason however It poiitiis. of d Sir Thomas evidently reasoned that if jn' thj genorai hospital. Your King and Country need you right nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The recognition by the allies of the Yenizelos government ot Greece, as established in Crete, has been quickly followed by the occupation by the allies of the municipal buildings and barracks of Athens, the Greek capital. What this may portend only those who are In intimate touch with con- ditions may forecast, but it is reason- able to assume that this is the fore- runner of further events that will I eventually lead to the dethronement of King Constautine. and the estab- lishment of a more democratic form of government -with Venizelos at its head. Only such a government could the allies safely deal with. In the meantime, along the Mace- donian front, heavy fighting is taking place for tie possession of important railway lines, in which both sides claim success. In Oalicia the Russians are still battling through the Carpa- thian passes, and in the regions south- west of Lemberg. and in Translyvania, the Rumanians are struggling to check the advance of the Teutonic forces which have suddenly .overwhelmed them. Thus the great struggle goes on to break the great Teuton line of communication between Berlin and the near east, where undoubtedly the turn of events either way will have a great deal to do in deciding the war. EVERY TENANT SHOULD REGISTER The city council provided three additional.places for the registration ot those 'who Have ihe- right to vote under the tenants' franchise clause of the city charter, and these places to be kept open in the evenings.. There will be no excuse now for the non-registration of tenant voters. If the tenants have enough interest the affairs of the- city they will see to it that their names are on the list. No tenant should overlook this opportu- nity which means the right to have a voice in the city government. This to the ladies as well as the tary of the registration board, ,t would continue to interfere still moro in all matters of policy coming before tho board, and the .cope and usefulness of the board would be so serious hampered that it would become the laughing stock of the country. Sir iliKk sllootln taneous. shot himself while Death was install iptain Kenneth L. known Winnipeg officer, who was re centU severely wounded at the "'out laughing stocs 01 UK: iuu....... llas awarded the Military Cross Thomas Tait is a man of affairs, and ror gallantry in the field. to have his every movement dictated widely-known bv the government at Ottawa would (he naturally he galling. So he resigned. socielv. js ,iead. He was born One would think after reading the jn England, ill 1S61, and Ottawa dispatches about tins matter canlc, to Canada In 1SS7 as a cml [that criticising the at. engineer. I Ottawa constituted lese majeste. Just i why the Ottawa government considers' ine Lauronlian Chapter, government considers' of Ottawa. is arranging to a Itself to have a corner on all tiiu scholarship to the Royal'Military Col-. Srf Dominion causes one to .t With the ,nder. If honest criticism of govern- D ot Camralll-h, In 1 and 2 pound cans. also Fine Ground lor Perco- lators. THE PERFECT GUM. loUi throughout the west, having LUIUU.J Paptriji lalten his legal training at Regina, aml- ,ator, practicing his prolesslon a s w it i ment officials is to be regarded as it has been re-, _ nf G M Hurray, i Both arms and less cut ott when .uul latori prautKius v-......- garded in the case ol u "ul fi T R HamUton train: He went overseas w ith the sooner the country know.- it the, inn crossing, George the 46th, and was drafted into anothe better. Calhoun, ased of Cooksville, an; billtalion. He was born in Englanc The interference of the government of-the Hydro Electric Com-iaml served durlng the South Atrica. wi'h the organization of the registra- mision. diod in the Western Hospital; Uon board is evidently not pleasing to two hours after his admittance, the Calgary Herald, for that staunch! y 1915 of Conservative journal says, under the h war. were possioiy uuoii _ in their decision to resign, but if gov-, nounced. ernment objection to ihe appointee for lite secretaryship wns based upon no more serious cause than that thus far intimated in dispatches, there is some through college. The second anniversary of tile conn more JIrs Allams more JIrs Alams0ml serv excuse tor their action. They officerSi non-coms, and months and Mrs. JIcDonagh SLX ave believed that this move indicated Of the Canadian pay and records ser- i moIJths. other restrictions vjces were present. Col. R. n ard G t. RA1LWAYMEN GET RAISE IN THEIR WAGES Montreal, Oct. Grand Trunk Montreal Oct 16. 1 ne lirana i tal, tu airway company issued a statement j method of transmission of -the infan o the effect that, after lengthy nego- tile paralysis germ has "eTelope iations the locomotive engineers and the disease. Dr. Montrose T. Burros men. hat there would _ non the activities of tie new organ- ation which might easily cripple it ud make its work of little real effect. presiding." Henry C. Fries, of New York, has ud make its worn 01 IILUK Rembrandt' painting 'An prtain it is that with the manage-' ow woman Reflecting Over the Lee- ot such an important body as for WW. makes the his the government cannot aftord ermit political considerations to rule r either interfere. coiiecuuu and is- said -to bring the amount he has spent for art works in the last year up to-approximately 4 rabbit used in the pathological department of Johns -Hopkins hospi- tal, Baltimore, to determine the Mrs. Melton's Letter To Tired Worn-Out Mothers Jackson. shall feel repai for writing this letter if I can hel anv tired worn out mother or house [o find health and strength a "Mme a family of five, sew, coo and do my housework and 1 becam verv much run down in health. friend asked me to try Vinol. I di so and now I am well and strong an mv old time energy has been restorec Vinol has no superior as a tonic to :orn out, run down, tired mother o te eect a, run tiations the locomotive engineers and the disease. Dr. Montrose T. Burros s.w Mrs. J- N. Melton firemen on tie Grand Trunk railway of the hospital, who discovered that or hous I Higinbotham n increase erm is taken into the system by etbbride. Als iremen on the urana irunK me vstem have been granted an increase the germ is taken into the system b> JSLWUJ uo.c u--. o h t h pvtiprimpm wages, "with the result D. Higinbotham 1 "Druggists, Letbbridge. Als all Albert Let every parcel or letter you send to a soldier friend contain a few bars of best little refresh- ment on the march or in camp. Wriyley's found instant popularity with the boys at the front, as well as those in training. It combines the merits of a delicious, long-lasting sweetmeat and a tonic bracer for nerves, appetite and digestion. Soothing to smokers. J. WESLEY ALLISON BOBS UP AGAIN J. Wesley Allison, "the soul of hon is again. Col. J. Wesley is now In New York, where his peculia financial genius is more highly appre elated. Evidently he has been dipping into tie munitions contracts being iwardea through the big metropolis for he seems to have come in for commission on a contract secured b lie Canadian Car Co. from the Rus government. Having dipped t the tune of the Canadian Ca Co. hesitated about paying him an more commission per shell. J. Wesley became- -peeved when he saw his easy money slipping, and is now in the New York courts endeavoring to recover the remaining slice of the coin. J. Wesley acquired the habit in Ottawa, and seemingly he cannot shake it off. HAVE YOU STOCKED YOUR COAL'SUPPLY? JHow'many householders who burn coal have laid In their winter's supply? "What's the use'" replies the house- holder who hasn't even thought of such a thing. " In the coal city, don't we? We can get coal any time." Have you ever thought about this matter-from any other angle? There is more than a mere prasli'ilty of a coal famine in Western Canada this winter. Every ton of coal the mines can produce will be needed to keep the west warm. If Lethbridge house- holders had been provident and laid In their supplies during the summer when orders were not so heavy, many more tons would be available for dis- tribution throughout the prairies when the real need comes during the winter. .It is probably a little late in the year .to mention.this.matter, but even yet, If Lethbridge citizens would make a special effort to secure the winter's supply now, much might he accom- .plished in the way or providing larger supplies for shipment during the win- tcr months. Lethbridge should think the towns and cities not so for tuhate as to have coal mines at their jery the mouth, said that the at the best druggists in the rabbit means another im- __ igreement has been reached vsnce toward soivmg to the interests concern whole problem of poliomyelitis, ac The increase was not. stated, but representatives of the unions concern- Word has been received qd state that it amounts cent, to over 3000 men. toon of the death of Lieut. J. Ward, who was killed in action Sen- Afew weeks ago the Brand Trunk tembe'r IT, leading a charge at Cour-i ncreased the pay of 5000 conductors, our- 1 well-' guaranteed by above Viaoldruggist. jrakemen, baggagemen and yardmen. Sealed light Kept right awaits the lucky to deposit roubles in ,t authentic history A prize of 1425 author of the mosl of the reign of Emperor Alexander I., one of the most enlightened rulers Russia ever had. It was his many vir- tues which led Gen. Count Arakeheyey Write Wrigley's Ltd., Wrigley Building, Toronto, for copy funny Mother Goose Book. must he completed within a hundred years of the Emperor's Is it F BELGIUM entered this vu because she would not sell he honor to an overwhelmingly powerful ncichbor. Britain and Canada took up arms, In ol IrcaIf collations and simple justice. The Belgian motive is as boble unselfish as our own. Belgian troops are holdlne the line side by side with our own pliant lads, bTiVir.B equal dangers-hearing equal hard- the common enemy. But there the equality ends! We non-combatant Canadians are living In a land of plenty-well-led, no necessity, and Indulging In many luxuries. The Belgian mothers and children out a pitiable existence on the dally 'Jl bread and a pint ol soup supplied by the Belgian Relist. Commission. h it far? Said your "tdfy, menlHg or to Send Chequei Are we justified, before the bar of common humanity. In callously ieasling ourselves while I they endure near-slarvallon What have YOU done to relieve them S2 50 will ieed a Beijlan family month I The Canadian family would scarcely mis? this sum. You yourself could probably spare several times this much feed several Belgian lamilies-and be none the worse oil! Will you do it? t lump mm to Local or Pnstntid GmmMea. [THB "Stand before me old friend, they're coming." New. York Evening ST. PBTER STREET, MONTREAL. Feeds a BeSfllan Family One Wlonth. ;