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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TH15 rJETHnRlDGE DA1IJY HERAI.P SATURDAY, OCTOHEH 21. HMO JLetbbvibje Ifeevalb DAILY "AND WEEKUY Subscription Rates: Bally, aellvcred, per week Daily, delivered, per year D-ily. by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per .55.00 .52.00 AVCCMl. Ui lu.l.l. I'v. .Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..M.OU TELEPHONES Buslr.sss Office idltorUl Office V.' A. Buchanan John Tor-ranee Director Business Manager Bcriptioti- sr.d right now! THE SASKATCHEWAN CHANGE IN PREMIERSHIP William Melville Martin, Saskatche- wan's now premier, 'is a young man in whom the people ot-Saskatchewan liavo always had confidence. He went lo Ottawa ns'-Dominion member for llepina in 1908 when ho was ot'aso. and that time he haii been in the public eye. He is more tl-an a Liberal; he is a progressive with a deep seated desire to serve the public, rather than the selfish cuds of a political party. The now premier Is a genuine westerner, though native ot Ontario. Ho is a thorough believer in tlie aspirations of the .west- crn peopl.-; a believer in progressive legislation, an enemy of corporation influence, and a zealous advocate of irriff reduction. Even his bitterest opponents, if he has any. which is not likely, will admit his high integrity. He- is -n-dean cut, able- young man. with ideas ot.the kind that inspire. He is making a sacrifice to assume tho responsible task of prime minister of Saskatchewan. He enjoys a lucrative law "practicf -lucl "e rcnisineu -_- Ottawa he would have assuredly been a member of the Liberal government which is almost certain to come into power, following the next general elec- [artin assumes the a at a serious moment in n affairs. The Conserva up a bitter fight, but THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The Grecian situation daily assumes a more serious aspect. Daily the ing between the royalists and the al-p1011 a lies grows more hitter. For the Jirst time French troops patrolled streets of Athens Thursday night, iarid came to a clash with, the rabble which trod at their heels. mob was dispelled only by a and arrqsts were made. The Greek 110A fc authorities looked on. and gave no sistance in maintaining order. Constantine once more breaks out in j atie.mp hitter speech against the allies, upc" "_ this time are taking full measures to clever protect themselves from his treachery; He S While things are pretty much _ in j Scott, who chaos in Greece, cheering news folnes jJ0! he of the success of. allied forces Balkans, chiefly of the Rumanians. enem who have succeeded in driving thejaama Austro-Germans back through mountain passes by which they first broke through. The Serbians -have! made important captures on the west- ern of the Macedonian front. A new full starched fefat weight tape linfcs-snuch smarter than 4 soft collar TOOKE .ack to it any confidence that ive been lost." Mr. Martin wii nd for wrongdoing. He is as :a man as ever assumed the hip of a party, and we are ,0 aid their utmost to o P wag tonor ever stm a young man a- BJ. vears In pllWic life, "ad R IN SSING FOR THF, BUSY MAN and he goes out of it free from sus- picion, and respected and asteemed by even bis strongest political oppon- ents His health has been bad for years and he has been near death's GUARD AGAINST PRAIRIE FIRES _veilln .._ This is the time of year when prairie Jjool. on several occasions. Walter fires prevail. It happens this year that j.Scort .was .a .man of. the people. He there has been a great deal of himself hetter than ture during the fall months to feuow men because of hon- and the danger has not been great. I Qr3 that_. had_._co.me: to him. He But plain, true the open range, a few dry whom the .humblest, citizen "would make Uie danger from prairie fires very much greater., _ .-_ _i Many people, especially those from the towns and cities who go out shoot; .ing and picnicking.-rail to realize-the danger of carelessness in disposing of matches or of cigar or cigarette stubs, and also ot failing properly to eitin_- :guish camp fires. Too great precau- tion cannot be taken at-any hilt [especially is .this .true this fall with :the growth of grass more luxuriant than for years. could annroach with as much assur- ance of a kindly hearing as the great- est men in the land. He had not that (ailins.common to many men honored by'their feTlows with'high and honor- j able positions, of developing what is very commonly and expressively eall- head." His government made mistakes; no government has yet heen formed that was faultless, hot' Saskatchewan will ever remem- ber Walter Scott as a sincere, earnest CA'LGARY AND POLITICAL PULL The Calgary Herald complains that poliocal putt is used in a south- 'ern does not say whether Medicine Hat or :cure a battalion for the winter, and objects on the ground tbat should he kept out of military mat- Iters of this sort. The Calgary paper warns the interfering politicians that the removal of the battalion from "Calgary would he very likely to result in the destruction of its efficiency. So far as mixing politics into mili- itarj affairs is concerned, we heartily ,grec with the Herald. But when It friend, who did his utmost to estab- lish the province, in the earliest days of its eiistence, upon a foundation upon which it could rise to greatness amongst the provinces of Canada. the' best jjtaility tad best fitting-in-Canada TOOKE RRCIS.. LIMITED MONTREAL Presbyterian As'nformed Toronto, Get: The emivncation of those .of the'.Presbyteriau. denom ination opposed to church uniou in the .closine day's 'sitting "today 'decid ed to adopt the' title of the' Presby- terian church association, and elect ed-Rev Principal Fraser, Montreal as first president, with Bev. Dr. An drew Robertson, Toronto, as vjce-pre sideut. A central committee for ecutive work, drawn largely from On tario and Quebec, was agreed upon and the following vice-presidents wer. elected to represent the provinces 01 the-executive: Prince EUward Isl T f James: Nova Scotia, John McEwan- Ontario, John Penman Manitoba, Judge Rohson: Saskatche wan, Judge Farrcil: Alberta, F. Montieth; British Columbia, Hon. C. -Drown, Newfoundland will be pro vided for later. "-Principal Fraser, Montreal, the lie' president of the association, preside at the public meeting in the evei which closed the convention. H remarked that the idea of union wa only a cheap panacea, anil .denied the accuracy of the term applied to the convocation; they were he "anti-disuniouists." Short addresses were delivered by delegates from east and west. The resolution of "covenant" was rend by Rev. A. B. Winchester, sec- onded by Hon. R. H. MacGregor, New Glasgow, and carried by'a standing vote. During the evening nearly 400 signatures to the covenant were se- cured. The personnel of the central execu- tive elected today by the Presbyter- ian church association is: Rev. Dr. A. R Robertson, S. MacDonald. Rev. Dr Kakin, J. Ross Robertson and John Tu'rnbnll, Toronto; A. R. Dewar, Ham- ilton- R. 0. McCulloch, Gait; ROT. Dr. J K. Fraser, Gait; Rev. A. J. McGilli- vray, Guelph; G. D. Forbes, Hespe- ler-' G. M. McDonnell, K.C., Kingston; Rev. Malcolm Campbell, Rev.. R. A. Montgomery, James Rodger, G. A. Campbell, Prof. D. A. Murray, .Mont- real- Hon. R. M. McGregor, New Glas- gow N S.- E. Kalbach, Halifax; Dr. W. M. McLeod, Sydney, C. B.; Rev. F Baird Woodstock, N.B.; C. S. Ev- erett, St. Andrews, 'N.B.; Donald Mc- Kinnon, K. C., Charlottetown, P.E.I.; Mr Galbraith, Winnipeg; A. F. An- gus Regina- W. S. McConnacher, Cal- gary- Rev. W.' G. Brown, Red Deer, Alta.; Rev. R. G. McBeth, Vancou- ver, and A. B. Fraser, Victoria. Besides the foregoing, the executive has power to add to the personnel. Do you suffer from Colds or Grippe The insane King of Bavaria is. dead. It would he a benefaction to the world if the insane Kaiser of Germany was dead, too. All the .'great acre record yields are not confined to Alberta. A Leaming- ton, Qnt.7 farmer, made from 60 acres of onions. Saskatchewan's speaker of the legislature has resigned. He showec comes to a Calgary paper raising that, good judgment e a military plums for Calgary. Sarcee a legislature su Jcamp is a sample of'what political suspicion. pull has done lor Calgary. It is only .when political pull is used to benefit some other city than Calgary that Calgary howls. KEEP BOOSTING THE STOCKYARDS BUSINESS Tne action of the Board of Trade in setting, apart a meeting for the dis- cussion of the livestock industry in Alberta and the establish-, ment of Lethbridge as a-marketing pntre is, to be highly commended. A start was made Thursday In bringing Lethbridge to the fore in the eyes of the stock growers. But the board should not stop there. There is more to the business than generalities.. There must be con- nected with the industry here to .which the board can lend ,a. helping hand Jt is not enough to hope that the busi Bess will. come. It is up to the city -to see to it that it does come. The e should be just ai much In inducing livestock dealers to-con- Eider .placing representatives hero-BS in securing an internal ele- vator for the grain farmers. What we must do is to establish a market to which the farmer can look in buy- IE or livestock, and there Saskatchewan's new premier start ed off well by placing in his govern ment one of the leaders of the farmers co-operative movement. Hon. Chas A. TJunnlng is one of the best in formed and soundest men in the farm efs' movement in Western Canada tc day. He is a. distinct addition to th government. Since former Premier Rutherford now a Tory candidate it will be order tor the Alberta Tory press dump Jn the, fireplace all the issue bf the'past'-with Unkind references; this gentleman. There was a Urn when be was weak and declared to-1 unfitted for the po-ition which held We will now expecVhim to b lauded as a stiong nun, and probab !a Us running for Ton leader 1 the rrovlnce J, A 9HEPPARD RESIGNS Regina, Oct. 3. A. She pard, speaker of the legislative .a sembiy; has resigned his seat in t! legislature as member for Moose Ja county. Mr. Shcppard's resignatio follows as a result ol the liridmgs c the Brown Blwood roja! e-mrnisoio MENNEN'S takes saves your time and your face Its remarkable lather quickly softens your beard without the ne- cessity of "rubbing in" with your fingers. the absence of free caustic and the soothing effect of the glycerine that "fee add leaves your skin, soft and smiling. rouiEir I I Ug ifaii ICUTO on two Ot the charges made again HGJW unuer JJQ seek reelection to -work to this end than those the money waa contributed at. tie-present >linto. Voluntajlly to campaign "funds. mn. trial Into can of Kcnnn's "Talcum fir Km" tt HF.RitctdeACo.Lrf. SiiuXntfl 19 IcCul M. Assistant City Engtnoer Foreman, nl Victoria. U.C.. is. retiring. Gen. Victor Williams'is still a pri- soner of war.. Nineteen people have been killed by autos in Toronto daring this >e.u. North Bay plans to raise for the Red Cross. Out., is to havo ,a now school in the south ward. Lieut. T. A. Murray. Ciaresholm, as been wounded in action. -V two-cent letter rate has been 'ar- ranged between Now Zealand and the United States. J Taylor, manager of the Bank of British "North America at Kingston, Ont.. is dead. Tiiouiaa Potter, a retired farmer of Maltou. Out, died while visiting his son in Alberta. Morley, the 3-year-old son of Peter McDonald, was drowned at Sarnla while catching minnows. Lieut -Col. William Hendrje -will -be in command of the troops to .be quar- tered in Hamilton this winter. Hon. G. H. Ferguson says no wine and beer licenses will he granted in Ontario. Oxford County Council will _ this year to the British Red Cross. The taxation of London. Ont. churches for garbage collection i valid, according to decision by Judgi Macbeth. Frederick L. Yeomans, who ha been awarded the Military Medal, i a son of Dr. H. A. Yeomans, oi Belle- ville. Major Chas. A. Moss, who was Lib eral candidate in southwest' Toront in the last Ontario elections, has bee wounded in action. Pte. Francis Wright, A.M.C., a Tor onto man, was fatally crushedv bf tween a wagon and a building at N agara Camp. Major Wm. of Cap John Irving, Victoria, has. been kiile in action. He was- a native son .o Victoria. Geo. H. Barnard; -M.P. for Victor! is likely to be to, the S preme "court' the Victor Times sjtysy Harrison .Proctor; h lifetime years .on .the, homestead, died -while milking: a cow on his farm near -Many Windsor women-are.ready to fill positions in factories offices left vacant by men enlisting. Wapioak, one of the IriStans oa trial at Kenora, charged with the murder of Mrs. and Miss Erma Heubner, ad- mitted in detail the and was found guilty. Joseph iMontgomery, aged (S, of Madoc Township, who was .under ar- rest on su'suicion of murdering his brother, Walter Montgomery, is dead as a result of self-inflicted, wounds.. Police Magistrate Ball, ;of Wood- stock, Ont, has received word-; that his brother, Lance-Corporal Cordon Ball had been killed in action 'on September 26. Mr. Ball enlisted in Winnipeg early in the war. Beaver River Conservatives have nominated A. Gray Dominion home- stead to oppose Hon Wil frid Gariepy. .Tas Brady will he the Conservative candidate against P. E Lessard in St. Paul, -s t Bruce Taylor announced to his congregation in St Paul s Presto terian church, Montreal, that in favor of church union. Twice the church has pronounced, W a inajoritv against the scheme. -James Gilhooly, who sat m the Brit ish parliament as the member for the western division of Cork Bounty, Ire land, since 1S85, died at Cork. He wa an.Irish Nationalist; and of f Major J: Macdonald Mowat, ovmay or of Kingston and Liberal candidat in Kingston for the House of Com mons in 1011, is reported.missing an< is .believed to have been, killed. Betor joining the overseas forces ho wa practising law at Vancouver with-.M A. Macdonald, M.P.P. Military District No. 12 is now i active operation. The headquarter for the new district are at- Jlegina and from that centre the province o Saskatchewan from a military view point will in the future liE Suiliir.i tered. Col. Norman S. lidgar "is th D.O.C. ot the new district. For the present at least, Hon. D Reid, Minister ol Customa. has refu ed the request of the British Colum bia" business men for the apppintme of a customs officer in New York arrange for the passage of Canadia goods, via the Pa.nama Canal. Discussing the remarks bf Rev. G. Brown, of Red Ileer, Alt at a meeting of the advocates of no union in Saskatoon when he accus thjj'-'churchi union committee of tl PTesbyre.ria'h ,churcy-of halving stol o'f the home mission fund the church to propagate their schem of unification, Rev. Dr. A. H. Hair moderator. Presbyterian Gc eral: ..the" "was quite wiiitout foundation.''., Rheumatism Sciatica Neuralgia Bronchitis Lumbago Backache Quinsy Sore Throat? te.thc F so, you can obtain quick and certain relief by applying Therrnogene Curative Wadding. Thermpgene is a scientifically prepared, light, fleecy wadding. You can wear it without the least inconvenience or or it never fails to soothe and dispel Thermogene is far better thari poultices and plasters. Take a piece out of the box and place it over the affected part. -Your-vest or underclothing will Keep it in place. The pain will subside, the ache cease, and the genial warmth created will soon bring relief and comfort. Don't con- tinue to suffer needlessly. THERMOGENE is a scientifically prepared form of ab- sorbent cotton medicinally treated and possesses strong, curative and heat generating properties. It is British-made and has won the gratitude of thousands of sufferers Its merits have gained for it the recognition of the British Red Cross Society, the Royal Navy, Military Authorities and many hospitals. Price 50 cents from your Druggist, or from the Canadian Sales Agent Harold F. Ritchie Co. Limited f lOMcCAULST. TORONTO LOCATE HISTORIC PARCHMENT IN AN OTTAWA AUCTION ROOM Ottawa, Oct. historic parch- ment has been unearthed recently from the obscurity of an auction ware- room It is nothing less than an il- luminated address to the Marquis of Lome from the two Canadian houses_ of-parliament oil the occasion of his departure from Canada. The address is dated May 23, 18S3, and in letters ot scarlet, gold and black breathed in every line the loy- alty, devotion and appreciation of "fair Sutherland Campbell, commonly known 'as the Marquis of Lome and retiring governor-general of Canada, sisned by David MacPher- s'on speaker of the senate, and George Kirkpatrick, speaker of the he-use of commons. How the address from Parliament to the Marquis ot Lome, afterward tho of Arsyle, found its way in- to the discard, and remained in hum- ble obscurity for. thirty-three years is not' Known. It is recalled that some years ago n number of articles at one time own- ed by the Maro.uis Of Lome were found in an Ottawa pawn shop. is "RECOMMENDED FOR THE VICTORIA CROSS Brantford.- recommendatlBn for the-Victoria Cross has gone in tor Capt''Frank Montpur, a member of the Six Nations Indians, and a veteran of the early'lights of the 4th battalion, who-is now'with'.the 114th Haldi- HUNS REPULSED Paris, Oct. was no infantry action last night on the French front in the Somme region, says the official state- ment issuelr today by French war In..Lorraine the German surprise' attacks against the French posts in tho region of Batenges were repulsed. The New Whole food with the Delicious Flavor originate IMniWes All Wheat Ready Eat MADE IN CANADA "OST everybody has known for years that Wheat is the most perfectly bal- ancied grain food in the nobody knew how to make it delicious to eat until the discovery of KRUMgLES. Krumbles is the first wheat food that gives you all the delicious flavor of the sweetness that grows richer and richer the mpre -you chew; it Krunibles is whole of the wheat, with all the starch, all the protein, 'all the eral salts and phosphates, and all the liran that people need so much. Mada in Toronto, Canada. In the WAXTITE A_ Look for this signature. .'K. KELIOCC CEHEALtg., Ta ;