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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TICK I.RTlUmiOGK Telegraphic IS NOT RELIEVED I Washington, Oc'l. ID the stale department Indicate Hal the Ger- man harvest this year has not reliev- ed Ihe food sUuallon lo any appreci- able extent. .______ HARVESTERS RETURN EAST Winnipeg. Oct. vreaiher is driving harvest laborers back to eastern Canada. The Canadian North- ern train Bolus cast last five eilra coaches, loauel with men from ill pens ot Ihe pralrlre provlnc- marines or mine, in the week ended October 14. Arrivals at ITenoh port, g55 sml clearances Five vessels were attach unsuc- cessfully. '______ BISHOP CONSECRATED Vancouver. O.i. IS.-KHhi Key. Km- lle nuoi. OM-I, vlc.r apostolic of Prince Huperl and the Yukon Terrf. tor? ana titular bliaop of Tenlyrli. an Hon J. A. Calder J ancient -was this morning In ihe pro-cathedral of ol the lloly Hosary, Vancouver In the pretence ot the largest asseahlaje of prelates and prleats ever fathered In this clly. HUDAY, OCTOmvU I'J, BELGIANS IMPLICATED IN AvGEUMAN PLOT BIG CAMPAIGN Toronto. Ocl. 11.-With more man halt the amount realited in the On dar ot a campaign 10 raise haira mil- lion dollars In Toronto tor the BrllUh lied Cross, the principals In can- jialsn now have decided ralsliiE'one. million dollars in this spe- cial collection. ___ FRENCH LOSSES LIGHT. Paris Ocl. merchantman of more than tons and one ot less than that, were stint by sub- I w W. LEADER ARRESTED rillBdeluhls, Oct. J. Et- ler one ot Ihe members of the 1. acqullled of niurdsr la connection LeuClBl niVUk-- In ball (or a further hearlns Salarday on a warrant charging him with seditious contplracy- Traction Engine REPAIRS We equfpptfl handle all.kljid.or .epilr.work on either slwm or gai Only hlgh'-criii work IMVM cur will prlcn thai art rlsht- N1VEN BROS. 21S Flr.t S. IMPORT DUTY ABROGATED. Mexico Cltr. Oct. double Import duly on parcels noil between the Untied Statti and Meilco which has been In effect since June 20 was abrogated by a decree Issued today. For protection of the oil Industry .a decreo was .Uuued providing for n 10 per cent stamp Hi based Kjn bl-raonlhly New Vork quoin- ns. mfrto Onl.-Another "auiplo of the opportunities anorded by west is lo be fonud In the selection of Hon James 'Alexander Calder. president of the council and minister of and hlshways In the S.M- katehewao goverument. as ODO of the members of the new union sovern- selection of lion. J. A. Calder. has a peculiar Interest to Ihe veoiilo of logersoll, as It was ho recelv- eJ his elementary education. While the new member-elect of tne union government may be slid to lie of Scolcb parentage, he Is practically two geueratlocs removed, as tils grandfather came lo West Zorra In 1S34, and while Hon. J- A. Calder s Ulcl T When the latler grew up lo mans estate, for several years he farmed iu West Zorra, but Laving meanwhile learned Ihe plastering business, he moved to logersoll while young Calder was only Q few mouths old, and, wen into partnership with Kobert McKay who Is sllll a resident of this town During the Winnipeg boom days when "Jim" was about thirteen year ot aje, Ihe family removed to Win iilpeg. where his education was com nleled at the Manitoba university an v New York, Ocl. .IS.Vfu'o' Jtolgluns The success ot the elections ID Saa- kdchevan lu the years 1912 and 19i: vere principally tiilinaintain th. ol tU oVIkhxuly critp.fcobMa SonvMpr Biscuit In helpur to lor KjldkK. ve lounJ Ihit triple-Maled cudboud cutanJ carried our bbcuili jurt our other sections makes acllon advisable. such drasllc lary Von Kulilemanii should bo re yarded In a certain senso'as n pvellm luary slop loward says the Xeuste Nachrichsten of Munich. "Tlio ptniierur's conyersatlona nt Solla Biit Constantinople c'crlalnly mean Ihe ex amlnallon 61 every possibility In lhat illrccllou, althoucD It would he a mis- take 16 conclude the decision might1 embody "concessions In tho nature of I often- lot tHe XV Vou'U IkML AUo try our VANILLA WAFERS They're little better tW you eipccl. the- uut year have been FURNITURE AND PIANO Stetl, Iron, mt and aluminum welded STROKGER THAU NEW.. Cricked cyltadere and eraik repaired withont war New gear teeth, bnllt ID. Auto light. Unks recharied and cichuged.' Farm machinery d antomoblU Iramei ptcuilU'.' W. N.KUTH 121 ith-lL -Nfit Herald LETHBH1DCE AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1MQ Night Phm CAN'T COLLECT THESE TAXES Montreal. Ocl. clly ot Hull sued the Great West Lite Insurance company for sis years' laies al a year, under a bylaw requiring Insur- ance companies doing business within the limits of "the clly to pay an annual tai of but Mr. Justice Chauvln In Hull yesterday as the company had no office urHnll, and any business done by it had to be sent lo the head office in Winnipeg or to the office In Oltawa or Toronto the com- pany.'was buslncssvwllhln Ihe limits of the city ot DARINO'HOLD-UP steamer Klandrla ,was attacked by a Zeppelin on its latest trip homeward The first bomb which -was dropped narrowly missed the ship. The en- gines were stopped and crew ordered into the boats. Four rnoro bombs were dropped dangerously, near the vessel. Before all those on board had entered tho boals there was" a panic, and tbc captain had to use'hia revolver to en- ;orce discipline. The ship's company, after, remaining for afoul iwo'hours In- 015 boats, re- turned to their ship. Several hours later another airship appeared and "hovered about the ship for a lime, hut departed any harm. twrue ns ho'un Stale Bank Lake during th'e'n'6on hoar today, cashier andttwo bookkeepers into a rear np the cash vaults and escaped1 in a automobil COAST Chrlsllana, Oct. mine- fields are the whole casU niiritjiSiCJirlitianla F1-" auiuii.uuiic- 1s finable-to.estimate the uniil alter an.esamlnatlon of ords and a count of the regaining cisf'lt is "reported at least was liken--' Squads ot Minneapolis and St. Paul police'were sent'In antorao biles to 'guard' all the roads leading from the Twin Cities. r i The idriiling arc sur- rounded'by a mass'ot drilling wreck- age. Norwegian tmotor-toats havo caslisjo' wine; margarine" and .whale-oil. Olber boats report en- niasses ot glass balls rolled'up in steel .wire and rone work, which scemid'.io s.-ol U-boat SWEDISH BOAT ATTACKED Slockbota, Jarie's P- McEwan, ]oti Windsor, .65 years Tor age, coiWt Essex couhly'lor more'-tSaa'-forty years, and Mason more a century, t Showers' Auto Livery Day and Nloht (land Whltj Lunch Phone 1127 PIIONE P. MITOIIVERY CITY AND COUNTRY SiANU: THE ARCADE AUTION ELECTklCAL KINM TBIOAL wonit fe Avi-i. rhini r. HENDERSON, REID: AMD PATERION 'Chartered AceeunUnW' AuJItt, InYMllgjtlorii, CO. Municipal, Liimfer, .Ml-l-j, i; and ._ '.itawli'.Bul.WjSft'.Thlfi' On TUESDAY, OCt.23rd PNE'MALF'MILE EAST OF KIPP 1TATION, AT 2 O'CLOCK SHAPP, FOLLOWIHO! HORiEtV 1 black 5 1 black horn, o'di 1ZM lb'-! 1 rean horw, 8 yan lid, 1100 1 roan horti, 6 yean old, 1200. Ibt.; blm 7 ytari old, 1100 Iti. dairy cows. 3 eowi, mllklnj, 3, 4 6 old; I heifer, 2 yean eld; I heifer, 1 year old; .1. htlfer calf: 1 bull calfi about ibo chlchm; I Mtl of doubli team h'ttaaf} I arid' brldlt; 1 Ford auto- mobile, 14IS. madtl; I. Hlrrla nearly new; I aulky plow, nilrly new, Ha'rrll make, brake; 1 wagon ind hay ntk; 1 MiHty-Harrli mower; 12 tone 'pralrlt liayf toni sheaf oati; forka, ahivela and other toola. tnust he aold al proprietor la giving up farm- CASH GEORGE DAVEY Owner t: McOUIRE I j. A. IMITH Auctioneer Algoma and an Author IT artkor caa b nro4uct aor particular .district wkr >ot, Jait as muck u a jtarMy of tower, or fruit, or grain} BalllTaD, UH dlstlngulsbed Oaaadlu acd norellst, ahotild pioperly Identified with Algona, tkat earlooslr ihiped county ot On- wklot itretehM from tbe cUlt-i ul Httleaeati of tU shorn of Lake Burba and up Ihroufb iqure of UliaU FoTMl to lb> srtil Inrtrtdlng territories tlirie bundred Md ilily nllea nortb, Where It li IT Albany River. Ihe cfctef trltinlarr of Jainn Bay. Tbi toathern ihorM ol Ibli county ealonliad Mine thirty 'ago it loalano of 0. P. R. ijfDti. by 17 pionMri from elder conta- ct Klicanllnl apd Brnoe, but the Louis Keel. Men's Glbthes Shop, 318, Fifth St FALL OVERCOATS The-only rciisoirwccan sell these at is bcciiutic we i'hein loiijjf ago. Conic in whllAasHoHiuciit.s are and get jun( Inc waul :i( Trench and inwlels Ut tlty of Btiilt BUai nu IU rooti fa tie ptit, u It wn a trad- Uf post for who Ira- Ttned lor the of Moolreal tis fir Ifsrt." Also SulllTan, wWw rltier TU Blibop of Ihe Al- font DkOMe, WM at lime of work ol coaitrtictloQ and IwJbMlac Ahioma branch ol Ihe C. f. R- tetwMo Sudbarr p.nd Ibe Stall SU. Met lout color In itTerll of hit ihori rtorlta. "It wat MJI, "In timtdui lo watch rrarcliologlcal tffecl Iht irrlTtl 6f the track, or rTfn nl ttie nirr'er on tba tleri. brightened up, und" look ed al their farms with new erts In" ro6ch Twllh tSe'irorl L- Tie U4 Alan the mill; ctrrlirj. ndlan ascnts, and the Irippers irovtdcd rich material far Alan Sulll- an's etorles, tome of ol whlcb-bare been collected Ifl tin vol- ime r.Allpd ['flujime pi OwJ-I- Jtil." recently enlarged ill fold, and In hll jsletl roluolo Tho Innor bo.iaket lor at- raosphere Ihe labor injjtMnent In. a small Industrial lows. .But lb< (own It ttlll In Ontario, i fait that makes It all the more (nlerktln; lo Die Cansdlin reader, In- terest In tho nowirtpld irOwth of .1. Heavy Weight Mackinaw Coats In (lienioht Dark t' and grey v.' Men's Sweater Coats 313 Fifth St. LOilllKEEL r- fr- 318 Filth At. ;