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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE TIE LETimmoGE DAILY HERALD OCTOHKH 19, tOI7 F URN ITU Demobilization. 'arraugewents (or 'do- mobUliMloD, ior ihe care and Loihl l raining or returned soldiers; (or aid in enabling them lo settle up- OD the land and for Adequate to .those have been disabled and lo the depemlcaU of those who Have Should Kwp Rents at n Reason- able Figure to Induce New Citizens Thp demand for houiieSj tnd in some quartets Jpiait, dency to sttne to'boom prlc- development ot transport a- "That is cctiM happen lo declared a locarrallTvav official to the Herald. _________ ______ He Is gresJly Interested in Ihe growth Jtlon facilities; ihe co-op? ration ami ol Lethbrldge. bcllevlnf II is dfslincdliuataserneni ot Ihe tatlouo railway lu oJ Ibe large-it cilips of systems so aaMo iusiire economy in (he house owners must joperaHon to avoid unnecessary con- not let their -greed tor-gold run awajr'stnicLlDr- to socuro Jhe eldest with thecb: Letbbrl Jge musl uoi most cllerllve use of existing rome kiiown us a hold-up town or peq-jrallwar facilities: the encourage- Vle will. steer clear of us. What every f meat and development of the sMp- licrion invtbc city shoulcTdo is to try Industry and the to keep Brents at reasonable fl nienl of steamship Hnea upon both. and II enough houses are not; avail- jline- "and the great effort _ should be I UOQ vrtlh the -various If -this "plan ernmeoU for the Improvement ol IsflDlIowed Leibbridge .Till bj-ghTrays; the Investigation >ot the population which TJJU maHe our utili- ties pay and help reduce our Jaxes. Then everybody will bo" benefited.'1 Population fncreaslng. It Is understood lo be quite that, atter. Mayor Hardie's rclarn from a police of the city possibilities ot alrserrlce for import- ant naval purposes. Reduce Expenditure. The reduction ot public espen- dhure; Ihe, avoidance of .ivusto aud ihe en cou rase men I ot thrift. will bo fafcen, The last police, census was taken In November. 1916, :aiid showed LethbridRc with a population, Jncludins meu from lon After Profiteers. measures to prercot excessive profits; the prohlblliou ot and' to 11 re vim I comblnat- the Increase of prices auJ who had enliste.1 for active of, lhus to redu6a the cost of living- direnury, issued I Production In May 1917 gave LeiUbrldge au estl- ia_The eocouragomeiil et cc mated population of "I believe Lethbridce has IflOO greater population than li hail a year a city hal) official to the said Herald. ''Wf have .more electric 'light con- nectfoDS than tier in the-history of the declared Commissioner Freeman. "We have pul iu over 100 encouragement et co-op- eration aiuoDg-thosc engaged in rre- ducllon, with n to dlmtnlshins ihe-cosl of production and marketing so tbal the price to (he producer niay couroriu' more closely to that paid by the consumer. Development of general development of all Ihe varied resources ot Canada, and meter-" e co-operation and aid of the slate in every reasonable way for tbat pur- 1 Labor Question. consideration ,ol Uie ueedsi-of indiiscrfal population; ilie of good relations bc- hr'een employees and employers and I JEiich "condllioas of- employment, as assure suitable standards oC Hv- lag among the laboring classes. The; Copenhagen.'Oct. key to the government will alao the policy of the German government aim at a lruer uudoniUndlnE--and coriiprenenslqn between ilie various fa reCuslng to make any definite slate, Von Ecthmann-Hollweg before tireineat as imperial chancellor de- clared to tae Socialist members qftte relchstag thai as could j not-commitbiESEelr, but must pull out in the peace negotiations v.-fcaleyer could be. obtained, [or Germany. Herr Horh cited "ibis as'prof of the nin b I spans game government is playing Vith indefinite peace declarations.' ,__ Our Nesv. Dayton. Oct. 18. 1 R. The tbe purpose ol effectively car- rj-jbe out these policies., the following methods been determined: new portfolio, that of Immi- gration and colonization, has been established. IHe etteclive .prosecution oi Ibe ivar, a permanent com mission of Ibe cabinet be .established. (be purpose of considering and, carrying the oiner lines oi policy above mentioned, another permanent, commission ot-the cabinet wfll also be Tbe orders-lii-council establishing Miming 01 spendine a lfc C0mraf5slons haT-e beeri prCpar wo ,l.lie eueji of Mrs. Malwn. ed aud lhcr are apuroved 'Mr.-andMra. Jacob ed the rqllOTvIng people from west o[ Milk River last Suuday: Mr. and Mrs. T, B. Tennant and daughters, KILly and DorbthyV Mrs. M. E. Cole, Mr. B. Ten- naDJ, Mr. Albert KouXnl and Mr. G. Clark. "Albert Murray -'leflT Tuesday for .Cardston, after six monIlls' stay at New Dayton Miss Kalherfne Schlll was tbe guest cf her parents the last of.the-weeV. Mr. nnd-Mrs. Alklns aiid .daukulcr Edna molored lo Lelhbridee day. -x- ---vj- The, LadiCB'.Alrl met'at Mrs." J. F- MorrisoD's Thursday. AL.lble'buiiness meeting it decided to hare a ba- zaar, Sib.. -This district was vlslLed by a and snqw Tuesday, which was very Kelc6me, as U was gelling very dry for. fall plowing, a_nd Is also.a great benefit-to the winfVr BUTTLE IN FUK OF lefreat of Germans Certain Great Military Machine Is Crumbling Drar Reapere-ll L can do tnv food IB the world Ior others. I wish to do II, and I fad tbal.11 Is ay duty- to aboni ihe wonderful I received frofti the of c I was suflerlng from blAdder troablo, hMktche rheumattm, and loev and aokla swelled so that at Una I not wiUf TfJlboot aislsianca. Utef, different kinds at tttoedtai bnt all failed. I sent hoj of ft1. PIMM'S ntwest dls- which 1 by tablet (onn. I soon jot better un convinced that Ibis popular BedCclne la good. I with Lo rec- CHOHnod IL to my neighbors and evei body tafferlnc from srich troubles, Mue. U. J. Sjjtotrr. Mil Ton'Te of famous' Dr. Fierce ind his wtll- hiHTWD Ibis prtscrl 'Uod Is ooo tblL has ued for many yean by the pbyslclai specTaJlAU at Dr. Plerco's InvaHd, Hofcl SmfcaJ InalJtuld, ol Buffalo kldmj. disorders bf Ihc'ktd Tocoiaallsra- dronsT. conccs ;tiorl of tlelldrteyajnflirainatfemol the op saM to-lt'ft pcUk'bvlW j' -patlefiU his eicellency tbe governor gL.. ml, they will be given to the press or publiralion. The personnel ol ach. commission. be announced t the fame lithe. lo pul l( Into tfao itatis, or ieM tnto Ior ItrjeUrfjl ot M i fa fill, tftttaeat.' lor Doctor Annrle ,'rkerB "can M' no lirlUluo, Emry ptcytfe al la SM. will ind thtstontlnri Ifce ptfkift Just M yon do on Or. THtnfi PrttcHpllfln, Ibe em; fuftat Meat "to womrn, at Dr. Pttree'l MMlrtl i oy lo the freitest gm- lor Mil Urt Wnd- Toronto. Oct. li. ai- monds, associate editor of the New York Trlbnne, In a dlEjalch to Ibe Globe todar aays: "The military significance of the rnpglc now go log lorward in Fland- ers Is fairly obTloua. A retreat be- ween and Verdun cannot long he postponed alter Mcnln and Houl- ers have'iallen. 'In the aarpe fashion, Ihe fall of Haulers will mean Ibe eveoluel Tvllh- dniwal from thn Belgian seacoast and the surrender of the aubmarlne base at no troublesome io Ihe British. ' are aeeing the progressive of the- German military IJCB'E great and long Tie-: orlous army was beaten to a palp 111 :te great campaign of 18G4 In the Civil war. At the the campalga at tbat year (be confederate army, fillll unbrofcen, still proudly coniclous ot ha-rlng escaped decIslTe defeat at Ibe'handy of vaatly superior knew that Its destruction was assur- ed, li a beaten and dlilnlegrat- Ing arlny tbat left tbe trenches south ot-HlcIimond In April, and tho defeat had been assured by the ter- rible battles from the wilderness Io Pelersburg ihe' preceding summer. "The German guns no longer sup- poft tbetr men as they did a year ago. Thfl German gunners no forger have the munitions to relnrn shell for shell or eTen one nhell for "British control In the air la com- plete along the-baldc front. From the yaw (o the Somme tbe OerrarrfM now loolt upon lost ground and ificyj haVe to iook rorward to new new poiindiDB, with DO bopo of an of- and no cbance for a victory. .sign Ihst comes from fhe battle front IB Indicative of (ho decay bt tbe (Jernlan mllLLary macblae. It IB a stow decay, the army remains formidable, It can endure rude blown, still and hanc on, but It has Km the 'old sense of superiority, of invinci- bility; It liaa been a beaten army ever Bfrtce Verdun and every tnonlfi (he ma- terial advantages of Its foea conllnue "to The Public are invited to visit our Furniture Department and inspect the stock, which is the newest in the city. IF YOU ARE XEKDINCi ANY FJ0KNITU11E IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE OUR STOCK. OUR PRICES ARE SO REASONA'HLK IT MAKES KU-YIN'CJ A PLEASURE. Handsome Jacobean 8-piece Dining-Room Suite base Is divided up fntg large cupboard enclosed with "double door. 1 full wldlh linen drawtr-ind 2 cutlery drawers. The back Is fitted .with J pjati" mirror. lo 8 feet, large square pedestal with four strong supporting feet. _ Five dining chairs, 1 arm chair, Jacobean styles-seal of full box construction and upholstered genuine leather. Opening Sale Price Fumed Qak 8-piece Dining- Room Suite hll ,one full width linen drawer, 3 door. and one Cutlery drawer. j exle'ndlng to feet, square pedeital. One arm chair, five dining chairs, ilpholilered In Iml- talloh leather. IJ Sale Price Only Chesterfield Splendidly constructed and upholstered. The covering Is an excellent quality of all wool tapestry In floral (it- sign, loose cushions, spring seat and back with wide roll arms. HI Opening Sale Arm Chair Upholstered in best quality all.wool tapestry in a floral design, cushion, spring seat and back, wllh large roll arms- Opening Sale Price i Rocker Upholstered In best quality all wool tapestry o flrfraV design, loose cuihlon, ipring ieat and back, large' rpjl.afhis. This it a moil comfortable focVer. -v :Sale Price Old Ivory Bedroom Suites', This is a handsome suite made of best material neat design. DRESSER has three jmaJ) drawers and two Ml drawer, large plate mirror. DRESSING TABLE, HAS three small drawers, wlpg size of centre mirror is 14x22 Inchss, and the two wing mirrors which can bs adjusted to are 8x20 Inches. CHIFFONIER fitted wllli five large drawers and larfle plate fn'irror, BEDSTEAD lo correspond with remainder of suite, strongly.constructed. ROOM ROCKER, cane seat of box con- struction. 'BENCH, cant seat of box construction, Opening Sale Price, for Six Pieces, Only. v Divanette This Is a handsome piece of furniture. Made of select oak fumed flnlah. When open forms a full sited bed. The bed has strong springs, separate front col] spring seat, and hat removable mattress. Tno seat and.bsck are upholster- ed In genuine goal leather. Opening Sale Price Only Davenport Chiffoniers Solid fumtd upholstered In Imitation leather. Strong sprln'g and removable mattress. Size when closed 7 led long, 32 inches wide. Where space Is limited a Davenport is a wonderful convenience. Opening Sale Price 'Library Table Solid oak Jacobean finish. Size of top 42x28 Inches, deep rim fitted with drawer and double racks at each is very, for books and magazines. Arm Chair and Rocker Solid oaV, "funned koae cushio'n of genuin leather. OPENING SALE-PRICE Arm Chair .C. Rocker Finished In mahogany, fumed and golden uak. reasonable 'prices.' Centre Table f Finished in mahogany, walnut, fumed and golden oak.. lieasoiiiibly Triced for ng Sale Price Only Library Table Solid oak, fumed finish, size of top 44x28 inches, dren rim fitted with drawer In each side and-double racks each end Tor books magazines. Trice........ Large Arm Chair and Rocker Upholstered in genuine Spanish leather, loose cuchlonc, cpring teat and roll arms, feet are In fumed oak finiih. Arm Chaif Kocker 7C vuUa I J Arm Chair and Solid oak fumed flnith. The spring aeat upholstered quallty.fapestry of pleasing design. OPENING SALE PRICE Arm Chair Rocker................ COIL SPKING anrt twin link fabric springs, all sizes. All sizes, quality and price lo suit every pm-duiscr. DOMINION Parlor Table r finish, heweTshapcd top, 24 In haped legs and under Bhelf. Opening Sale Trice Only Mahogany finish, bevel-shaped top, 24 Inches In diam- eter- Neatly shaped legs and under shelf. Brass Bedsteads Large nSBortment lo cFioase from ranging in price from 521.00 to Steel Bedsteads Enamel wllh brass, trimmings ntS5.25io............................... S18.5P To ou( of we prepay TEE RLE S AND FURNITURE L. e. Slarted Wilh and Now One of the Breeitre In the Wtsl l Three years ago last Jinuary, Harry Goodwin of Klrnliall had 4CO nhlcli he wit ilriitl Tit recklessly, co he made nne bold more nnd'put II all In The woolllei fit the plains wcro-nol itorth the fab- ulous prices then Iliac, (her are now and ho secured 11 ewcg for.his roll. Today Mr. Ooodwln can claim lo bo the larnesl breeder of nnrehrcrt Lin- coln; In Alberta or Montana, the big sheep nrovlnro aheep alato" ol Nprlh America. Ills' ringc flock' and gave him a return of IS.IfiO a'nd.he has hfs flock and his apeclal (hreisdlnj; stulJ lo the gqeii nMu'.lu.. ask. -Mr. Ooodwln whether njon'ey In la a'llvlng'eililencci of thai fact. M Mr. Oooilwln came lo..K.lm.ball o_ few yenrs ngn nn'l-look .up land. lie wasn't world's but he made 'k YnVkf move when he went InlA the Rbeep bual- nets. ,They for him. All the money be could make, all Iho money ho'could earn ho sheep. aa lila lllllc band grew Into a renl linnd of 1000 head 'lie de- cided, thai he couldn't do-belter for himself (ban by doing aomclblne fof Inc ED lie iouk- Up triu iireinilng of purebred Llncolna. He'got a few fcr-a Elarlcr and llicn feccnlly 'he- nlJugtil Iko purebred band belonging to Pat IJiicTdcy, wlio ig.eheep on both Bides of and Sweet 'his liomo- These purt; bred rum lamln. purchased from fntrlck, the iMtrlon, pnfjf flock of 100: Uncoln nurchrtftla nnii Iho lead In Ihfct hrCCil In Ihe big Rhccp rilslrlcla of (he wnaL Mr. Goodwin fiays he can ihow ivool from thcso sheep Inchca long, nnd as :hcre Is always a demand lor liiu lireed for wool purposes ho Ifl fieri that he Is on the rlphl irnck to liclp build up tho Industry In'Soulft- crn Alberta, ilc has Just purchased 2tJ5 licatl In.Iho Average In weight 1G5 pounds, paytnc u premium crcn on (lie (rresonl Iilph prices. He'lias also purchaser! ICO head ol crcEscc] lild purcbreilR will give him i bash for one of Iho Lcsl gratto' floclca 'In Iho. country, Mr. Gooflwin sold a number of Lincoln grades nt I fie Kim silo here nt (2o nnd this money ho used for Mid rurrjmeo of The Hbecpman Is helping mako th6 country prosperous, and Aluerln helping make Mr Ctootl- win a prosperous alicepman. To clean bcRldo3 from'a capital of In-Hired nnd a half years reads Ilko a flnnnca hut thai la Jiiat what Mr. (lOoiUrln lias dono fit hla -Klmbnll ranch. EX-CABINET ori TRIAL. Athens, Ocl. prosecution before the high court, of Iho Jncmbcra 01 Iho cabinet of former Premier Skoulotllfl, wllh cxtu'ijl- lon of" Admiral Coundourltls, wrt rccomrrtcnricd In Iho chamber of depif- llcs_ today Ity an Investigating com- mltfrn." f'fiargcs of-lho violation of tlic penal i code flntl tho law. dealing wllh ministerial rcaponalblllllcft were fooftcd Into by thj dommlKcc before U mado Kfl rccommentlatloni, ;