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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR fHP. LETHBR1DGP. DAfLT HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBlUt IK, MU7 Pally. ____ pally. deUvcred per year ......15-00 Daily, by mall, ptr year.........JI-08 R'eeily, Nell-of-Kin assoclallou appearing iui Wednesday's Herald should elvej liause to who. being property j owners, ere Uhlng advantage of the! prwcal unparalleled demand for' bouses lo lorce up renta. In ihe nrst place. It Is unfair to Causa tbe worry and auilely lo taose whose bread-winners are now In tne fighting lines ia France by forclnt up rents on the bouse! occupied by them. Tbey are not letting Ibe bene- I'MUy, by per yeaj to ITS..1100 fi( lhe prospfrin- bas come -H------ I 10 Lelhbrldje. and without TELEPHONES BUIIDCM OtBce EJIlorlil Office V-V-A. Buchanan PrcaTuEDt and John Torrar.ce Busineai Uanuer Dates o[ expiry ot auuscriptlons ap- dally en iddresj label. Accept- uce of patera alter expiration date li authority to continue Mb- eeriptjtm. Vour King ind Country Nell) You Right Nowl TkE PROGRESS ,-OP THE WAR increases In Itielr separation and patriotic fund allowances Ihey are nol In a position lo pay Lucreased tents. Those taking advantage of the de- mand to eauie soldiers' dependents I any undue anilely orer bouse accom- modation or any added expenses (o come out of mtspe nUoirance are not placed In a Tery pleading light before the rest of the community and their own consciences cannot be very good compsnlons! The renl Increase Is blood money pure and simple. And on the whole ma'.ter of rents In LelUbrldsc Herald would like to Eay 3 word by way ot coaDrmlng a statement by a local railway official appearing ID loday's Herald. The bouse PA SSIJVG The Provincial Dalrv couveulLou i 'Probation Offlwr HoUJnger Of lU be helO al Edmonton In January, cine Hal, Las resigned.. V flub' throughout Canada, shall ['lie given the subslsleni-o allow- uieu o( tho 0-HF, -At prea- there fire bouia t'aimcla, (Vvrt of vhoiu nrc unfit for overseas >vbo receive UIP tamo rate c.( members Qf .the oversell, loice, _ lu tlio ptst, 'hoover, (lifey iavo Kiantcil, .a subslsleago'alluvnuce o( Qoll1 nUUft ltd "over- sefcs ujeu have ?20 a nVOQlh. I Medicine Hit has derlJed to con- Stanley Drent, the new geueral sec- linue free gas and water for retary pf Ibo Calgary Y.M.C.A., lias WldOKS. Charles Panel llayuiond, a well known resident of Montreal and a descendant of a promlueat old French- Cauadlan family, Is dead. Welch, provincial manager of the Northern Ufe Insurance Co., died at SaaVatcoa. He >va> a unlive ot Lambton county. The London GloW says It Is expect-1 Lloul.-Cpl.i H. C. Otoorne, A.A.Q.' thai Viscount former secre-] N'o 2- .District, has been will visit pointed secretary tinder MsJor-Ceu. S. C. Mewburu', at Ottawa. Joseph M. nlpeg and prominent for Ulany In musical circles, U leaving Winnipeg to residejta Calgary.v: Rev. George A. B.A., vllle, Oul., has accepted, (ho' Invita- tion from Ihe. First Methodist churcb, I St. Thomas, lo become Us SpeaVlng ot religion assumed duties. unions wen al the Iront. Capl: w. J. -----i pastor ol f. Tor- Tees pioneer Of Win- Mctbodlst church, cited tbe tol- ,_ remember par, lary for foreign affairs, America. Fear of the Invasion or the.Gulf with piopejlj; to .rent Is en- inland by the Germans, and the con-! titled to a fait return on his money Flnli .sequent menace to (he capital of Rus- has led already lo the- ovaruaUon J nf one of Ihe main points on 'the and to active preparations lo] bridge had a boom once, and a lot '-nioTe the caplla] Inland 10 Moscow, of good it did us. We want no boom .This latest of the Germans appears lo hare Ihe effect ot complet- Ing the demobilization of the Kus-j elans, despite ULC supreme efforts of i (ha government- The Russian fleet; lias proved Ineffective-In the" snd the Gcrmnns tor1 an cslcosire. invasion of the mainland. This success of'the hoif- cvcr, is n duhlous victory. Elsewhere tho German morale gives evidence of almost as complete s breakdown as Is the casa with the Russian armies. Mutinies of an extensive chancier are reported, tbfs time ID the sub marine sen-Ice. This tact.Is striking- ly Indicative ot tie manner In vhtch Die submarine campaign Is proving a failure. Germaa sailors realize noir that more often lhan not Inn crews go out never lo return, and Ihey are rebelling from this-service. Disaffection, too, Is'evident, amonf tho Austrian crews of German alter all expenses are paid. But ha Is defeating his ends If be forces rents to an ujirtfasouablo figure. Lelh- now. waai solid steady growlh: We will U by attracting people the city and endeavoring la pro- do houses for thetr accommodation. e-'will'inertly drite therri bare a rent boom as we hid at e'stagc'la oflr history. Inflated rents 11. acl as_ a Boomerang against our owth raln'er than som'cthrng to om'the city "to a population. irely we learned the lesson of 1S-H. 'On leaving to reside in Vancou- ver. B. L. Shan. ex-.M.P.P. was ban- quetted by Bletller citizens and pre- sented with a gold-headed cane. Braultord V.M.C.A. was cleared ot cot tn three days' campaign for OOi the objective belns passed by ver 15.000. The headquarters for tbe Albcrla 1 ud B.C. V.M.CJ. is being placed a( BANK DENOTE PROSPERITY.. Southern Alberta U not having boom at the present timo- any means, but we are haVlof Ihe'Gnes growth on a solid [qucditloii In our lilslon'." The1- bank clearings 'of the present tJfnc prove It. Our bank clear lugs are over the million and a quar ler mark weeMy, breaking all previous records. This month Ibey will Ihe lire million mark and may Eir rn'ilfon. It is Indicative ot prospr-r D'j. t'.mes- attracting the tiro of ihe eastern capitalist wL'o looks .inch flnnncial statistics for his bird's eye view oE the Dominion. There is more attual money In ctf culation, among more people, "n South ern Alberla than ever before. U I up lo us lo use this new capital Ibo best advantage that Sou.aeni Al bcTU may continue to'grow on n laa loundatlon. Careful .'Invoslntu 01 our surplus wealth Is.'our grcales IPKUEHLHANN' MEANS IT? If, as Foreign Secretary Knehlman alleges, the only obstacle lo peace 1 Alsace-Lorraine, why should'Austria and Bulgaria go OTT'fighlln Any longer? ashs tbe Xcw YofU.TI Kot one of them has ths Tembleat'ln terest In the. question whether.Qei many keep that spoil or retur U lo Its rightful owners. The bes proof that Kueblmann was not 'spell Ing tbe truth M (liat Austria, Turk? and Bulgaria do not believe him. Ihey did. It Ihey thought they.wer daggering on tbrough a nar of w they weary Juat EO that German might bold on to the land of whlc the robbed France mlgbly clamor for a separate peac would arise In al least one ot-lhos countries.. What Inlcresl, tor I alancec has Hungary in Alsacc-L6 rvloe? The Austrian Kaiser -woo not be able to resist Hungary's amanil for peace lor a day. Bui thl know that KueMmann did nol spea the Irulh, that It was merely a ma oeuvrc to dissension among t nllles, to aet tho pacifist tool: of CJc nuny going main IB England, Ruts and the United Stales. The obstacle lo peace Is nol Alsic menl; Ihd Oermiin government wl 'HiT Intention, either now. or .later, make Germany dominant of world, If nacl dupes In'trie enemy countries c bring about that Qernuii flclo vvlilcli cannot by' fteroi armies; later, K the entmy counlr can be tooled or bribed-Into a-pea on the basis of the status quo an Inlo any peace of a peace tb so handcuffs .that government that can Hover again threaten .the pea of the' world. UETH1RIOCE SHOULD AVOID A RENT BOOM letter of tbe ertildenl of ilon.'J. A- Calder was once a news iy. Another proot tbat there 13 room the top. They' are ping to nave an "open nd above board" win-the-war mie! Calgary. That's wise. It' that Towa stayed et. That will encourage many lp home for Christmas that other .e would hgve been abandoned. owa, Is Bllll Is, for tbe It may occasionally have a fy spell for the crops, just like some ry provinces, and slates. Likely as not the men opposed to nlon government arc opposed t burch union. They don't want lo ml: Ith the 'unorthodox. II Geruany continues to lease Uncl am, the old [ellow will get real mai cd Kaiser Bill will .be put out of busi ess faster tbaa he expected. An election before Christmas I mucti more dulrable than an electlo mmfdlately following. We, wan leace and quietness al Chrlslrriag. Rev, Dr. Druce.Taylor will not lake over his 'duties HI principal oJ Quecn'g university. Kingston, until uexl Eprlng. His salary fa (o be fS.OOO. CapL (Rev.) Lavoll, Metho- dist minister of Out., Is re- ported seriously Illln Mesopotamia. He (s a-chaplain vlth ihe British forces. Lieut., G. j'H.i.Derry. son of Geo. Berry, Slralhmore, Alberta, died- ol ancouv'er anil Harry Ballantyue, tbe i woumds. tllo' was- a graduate ot Tor- cld secreUry. will remove to Van- j onto university, ouver from Calgary. It Is stated that FioDrA. B. Hudson .as been offered the chief Justiceship f Manitoba. Chief Justice Howell is fesirlag IO'BO back to his prUate prac- Under the soldiers' voting: net gov- ernment and opposition Candidates muat be recognized by their respective parlr leaders. BO Ibat Uioy will, gut for govern-, 'uj -Uw taltol paycrs- al-bafi been closed wberbby'tbft leading L'Evtoment, of Quelec. says from bo5leiry passes to rgeneral pdlnl ol'vlew wlti regard 10 Hotel of XeVA'drif. be general election It makes very j 7n-e 'conEldcratlon is "not Hue dinererce counties tho prime minister tlculirly a dispatch rider wlio was given a (o tako to ncadtjuarieis, the wbole Uons ou Us prompt deliv- ery. LifUng his bead the soldier said: '0 God, I don't damn whtt becomes-of. mo pereonatly, but mo tbrougU this for sake.1 Some -people .may call that I knoVft was-a real eald Capt, Micwood.- r- Dr. Will j. Mayo'aad Dr. ChRrles H. Mayo, Lbo celebrated surgeons ot Ho- clipper, luraed over'lhelr en- Ure'savings to'Lhb'UulTerBllyot Min- nesota. At a meetlds of ttie regents of the 'university. Dr. J. Mayo, who Is a member ot Lbo board, said: turn over as an ou I right to the regents Ihe bulk ot our savings o[ a generation. Tho money canioTrbrn the -people; and we Ecel-lt should-be returned (o (he people. U is our.wlgli that tlm [iind'shall serve tbe state for Kencrallona lu tlio furtherance' ot Bierflcal' Investigation and research, hoi-e. will bo bene; Dlted by (bo work wlilcli vra expect the fund to cnabiQ scientists lo carry on'.-': Tho total' amount- turnefl -over Ibd.two. celebrated phyBlcIsbs Ic, CONGOLEUM WE RCCEIVEO A LARGE SHIPMENT. BOUGHT 'aJEfftRJ; TrlE ADVANCE IN PRICE. EXTKJV HEAVY JUST NOW FOR ONE WEEK ONLY OUR PRICES AS FOLLOWS: '6x9olh all Ibe lime. You simply .can't slop them. The Albertu.doesn't Ihlnlc Ibe one; will stud We man neTCr flcully trora ihe'' wealher but then, ol courae, much more sev; ere than the balmy dty ol IB (he 1'remler Brcwater has heen defeated In a contest for honorary rice-presi- dent, of a Vancouver Liberal ocliUon. The boy.i who were unable to gel the premier break hlj promlie about the patronage lem, erldentlr mad. Premier fi honesl. anyway. The Kdmonton Bulletin IA (.ring Blbtlctl at (he proflfeerd, probably bccaUBt the alleged profiteer Is sup posed to DO very Umillir with Ihe Bible anJ rnlihl from Its idffioMtlons. ue Interested In Ihe BulleLln'a dletoverr ol the Bltlft'a o n ton of union government. Tha Calgary AlbtrUn 1 lion. A. J. McLean'i promotion. It says: "Mr. la an Ideal suc- cessor lo Premier Slewart. ]lo Is and Judfdoos, Tho Ihlc resort was an excel- lent And H'lll hfl aonrovftd by al! Albtiitu who knuw Mr, Clothes of Comfort and Styl 15'VE BEEN'WORKING ON..THE FALL CLOTHES proposition for months and we think we have (lie best garments the best makers know Iiow to build, jtfot the kind of clothes you find to be so common when ori'the'street but distinctive, different dot lies. Clothes (hat shoW their good breeding at a glance. These arc the kind of clothes we have to show yon. If yoii prefer doing business in a _storc where yon can sec ti larger variety of the newest together with good values, moderately priced, we think -we; can interest yon as onr slock represents a gathering of merchandise that lius -.been.carefully selected and our early buying enables us to offer yon price inducements today) in many lines of good clothes that should man in this vicinity. We want lo show you these better clothes tiet its get together on this clothes proposition We think we can help you sol vc the II. C. L. question. The weather man sajj-'look oui for cold weather" This makes us think of OVERCOATS HOW ABOUT YOURS 7 It there's.any overcoat vacancy in your wardrobe we are here (o fill It with ihe best, of overcoats for any special purpose. LIGHT SLIP-ON COATS. Made lan or plain .shoulder. to HEAVY ULSTKKS. In grays, Miles, mixed browns, etc. io MACKINAW COATS. Just Ihe thing these chilly mornings. Moderately priced in a large variety of !H8.50 lip. forwftj: Snwfr dfr tfji Underwear Under Priced Standfichis, Dr. Jaegers, Wolsey, WatsoiiN, true knii and other makes, TH Combinations Mckelvie McGnire largest Distributors of Men'sAVear in Southern AlbcHa. Tailoring cannot >OLJ tmeng the hundreds cf 'hand-taUored. we hivA, to yoUi- Let i We're In Ihe ttitlntw. to clwhet f! worn hy.the btti inwcn In (h tip. Overcoats y.25 lip'.' Custom-Made Shirts We are K. made to measure shirts. See the new fall pal- ;