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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD PAGENfNE SATUUDAY, OCTOBER _ ____lawn of Wore bread and better bread' shone on1 MORE BREAD and 10 PUWRd. d, better- home-made bread, j BETTER BREAD ALMOST EVEN BREAK Soldier Vote in B. C., siicjhtly Against Prohibition Victoria, Oct. tho oxcep- tlou ot the boxes tor South Vancouver and Hlchmond which, owing to esal technicalities will not be counted un- til tomorrow, the prohibition tally of ballots oast by tHo soldiers com- today. The results were: for, against, FURNACES Sheet Metal Work TEN-CENT BREAD IN ST. JOHN St. John, N. B., Oct. The price t'j Ilio Kernlc, Oct. estimate! of the amount of good c'.iltlniting land now Idle in the vullcy nl tlio Ulk and of the iCootcnay rivers, contiguous to Kernic, place tlio amount al not less than fifty thousand acres. Of this area scarcely a scratching has been made by a very few men who have veiiuncii out to sec what, could be done. i They have remained outlmists dc- I aplto tins' jeers of the: pessimist, and I tlio result of their efforts is now to of the Fernie but two or three Ciii-osella, a born People's Forum REPLIES TO MR. KEEL Killtor l.ethbrldgc Herald: should lie very grateful it you would allow in trespass on the hospitality of your er.U-iMnral paper to answer some made by Mr. Keel a couple of days ago. without any provocation, and for the low-inspired reason lo re- BELIEVE NOTORIOUS SUB. CAPTURED London, Oct. 20.-The Gor- man submarine either has been sunk or returned to a Gorman port, are (lie guesses mado in shipping circles hero tu account for Lloyds' sudden reduction of trans-Atlantic in- surance from 'ID to 20 shillings. It is assumed here that Lloyds' action was based on inside in- formation of some sort. the Greeks, ut race, particle. His Ignornl and false criti- cism compels mis ID ih-lenil my and nation, and not li casm against my pf-ri of bread has Increased one cent pel loaf in St. John during the past year. ile ]llls accomplished pokes be nccli ill the actual proilucl Boil. Uelow .Mr. Italian 'farmer, who ironii-ul sar- For I would self on the same level as ami 1 would 1101 use the columns of'your valuable paper us the Held of personal controversy. Indeed. I should do a great injustice to my race and my compatriots it by not answ-cring this liiirkiug and pre- tending Ccrvcrus (if hypothetical anil never-dreamed abuses against bis 'race, to show to his fellow compatriots that farming education in s armg has t-een farming a little farm of tlnr- teen acres for the past two years 1ll.'3ll'1U Oil L" Jlanitoba.lthis noise-maker warns to display bo fore the public of that he is a Mr Something, while ho is a nullity in reference lo Grecian politics. _____ ______ Formerly tho price was. at wholesale, fun al tj10 growling pessimist. Mr. Cnrosella harvested eight cents, and at retail nine cents per loaf. At present bread retails, at IOC per loaf. six acres, eighteen tons ot fine lini otliy and clover hay. This year, with Two Winners V.'hile I never had harm htm or his race degree, while I kept intention to Geq; K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1037 HEAR STAFFORD SLOCK MORE YANKEES WILL HELP New York, Oct. P. Andrew, ot the American ambulance corps In France, who has come back to tho, United States for a short rest, hopes to take back with him fifty additional lien when lie returns to France, two months hence. "U toes from an acre of land, but lo the slightest myself to the gentlemanly manners meadow, ways In discussing Ihc attitude of tlie ions in this world-wide strife. _ex- of fine pola-! pressing merely my humble opinion, ENLISTMENT IN CANADA Ottawa, Oct. for the first half of October have totalled 100 This is an increase of 1-1 over tin' [.receding fortnight. Recruiting continues at. the rate of about per month, but It Is hoped that with tin- advent of winter the release of u considerable number of men now 'en- gaged in agricultural or other outside work will again stimulate enlistment. Total enlistments since the outbreak of the war are now placed at To gauge the present effective fighting force there must, of course, he dc-1 ducted from this figure probably at. least 20 per (rent for wastage at the front, desertions and regulations rot- physical untitness on the second me- examination word "Judaic" the exclusive property of his race, by his 1 the "Jewish name" into the miserable, the yield plot. P Unequalled 'ANTAGE5 r 1 Til _ Vaudeville 0 MONDAY RPHEU NEXT 25 People 25 Mpttl'y Girls A Top Notch Attraction Mr. Inquisitive A Movie Comedy, With Earl Oayanaugh, Ruth TompUlno BliRKE 4 BRODERICK "Dance Creations of Their Own" IZETTA-4-Accordionist 3 Keatons "Fun's Funniest Family" RUCKER WINNIFRED Ebony Hued Entertainers ORCHESTRA AND PICTHRES- Two: Shows: 7.45 and 9.30 Price 50c per oniv 12-1 sacks owiiig to late unfavorable weather, g, fortv of fall wheat acru last year, and this year be He THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS Room 1 Hull Block. Phone 1710 Shamponins and Hair Dress- ing, Massaging and Manicuring. Hair work of all kinds. Child- ren's hair bobbing. O RPHEU Tonight Last Time CHARLIE HAPUN iii "The Fireihan" A real scream. This one Is a sec- ond run but a very See it at The Orpheum. Tonight a Real Knockout. "SEE AMERICA and Other Good Features, greatest show ever offered the public for the money. PRICES: grew barley on the same groun... did not thresh the barley, and is us in" it for feed: the quality is good and his pigs are flourishing upon it. Ho has demonstrated, that strawoer- i Ties and all other small fruits can be I successfully grown here; this year he j picked ?30 worth of these berries from a side hill which is too steep for ordinary cultivation. j Ho has black and rod raspberries growing and his fence is bordered with, rhubarb plants. So numerous and pro. I ductive has this plant grown that he jls digging up and throwing away bun- drcds of the roots to get them out of i the w.ay of raspberries and other ,her- Cedar Valley farm, lying just across the river from the Carosella place, is producing hay at the rate of two to three tons per acre, and timothy is growing in the wilds of the lumber camps lo astounding lengths. Celei} is being grown right in town, and the '.ariiens of the Annex and West Fer- nie furnish ample proof of what cul- tivation will do. It is no more a. question ot specula- tion as to the possibilities of the soil and climate in the district. These have been tested by men. It is a question, not of go ng back to the land, but ot getting the into the possession of people who arc ready and willing to tackle the earth with the hoe, it only they have the opportunity. 1 he pric- es at which the owners of most of .the 'lands In these valleys have been ho d- ing them are prohibitive; this is the cause of their still being .idle, and thej will remain idle until 'some method of loosening the grip of these holders has been hit upon. change of government may bring in'tirne, a change of policy in regard to this but it will take a united effort of the people to help the government in a move which means so much to everybody To bring this about it will be neces- sary to take united and organized ac- tion Already a farmers' institute is being organized hero and with oth- er similar institutes throughout the province some action may be taken with assurance that good results will follow. enough tries to mislead the people of Lethhridge by assuming tlie hypocrif of the allied cause, Unit by using the tj'r' surpassing goodness of oui Coffees is> not surprising if you consider the sf-orij of our fitly years as a busincy house Fifrij ijeaw of constant- studt to tiring to thecoffee, dristkers of North America the to be found in. tKa plantation? of the world. Chase tSanlsom's Coffees' BLUE BIRD PHOTO PRESENTS ELLA HALL AND ALL STAR CAST IN LUE PHOTO CU.I-M "Liitie Eve Edgarton" EMPRESS The Greatest Bluebird Triumph Yet Seen at The Empress Jelieve." MAJESTIC 1722 TONIGHT ONLY AT 8.3 O E. LANG THE EVER POPULAR FAMOUS BOSTONIANS IN "The Rose of Honolulu' A BRILLIANT MUSICAL OEM FROM THE'PARADISE OF THE PACIFIC, y POPULAR PRICES 25c, SOc, 75c and quarrels of my country, anc. ; some more ot this Inventive paralogisms m a hysterical paroxysm, tearing his I clotV-ns, ho wants me to state what tho Greeks have contributed to the Bri- tish cause, etc. I use tho word "Judaic" and 'do- generated Mr. Keel, because it was the most opportune and suitable to express the feeling t felt against those Greeks who betrayed and ccivod the noble, cause of Hellenism, j without the Intent you attribute to I me of dragging in the Jewish name, for this very word metaphori-, callv, has the meaning of a person] who is apt or disposed to deceive, the direct meaning being the person who belongs or is attached to Juda, and it concerns me not if the Juda was Jew or Greek. Scotch or Irish. Hawaiian or any other race, and it was his acts of betraval that gave the afore-stated nean'lng to the word, which in addi- ion is taken from the Greek language Ike all other words terminated in Me" therefore, do not scratch old wounds by dragging yourself centuries hack, imagining that there are relig- ious fanatics or other similar persons who drag your Jewish name. For a moment you thought yourself b E enough to Ironically trespass the'noble cause of Hellenism. Men who want, to worship and adore idealism are not, putting all their effort to cultivate the lust of materialism. The noble cause j of Hellenism, Mr. Keel, was the one. that first heralded the ideal-ot liberty1 and civilisation, and its mainstays are based on brilliant ami na- tional and historical rights, and it is this spirit that inspires and unites all the sons ot Greece, from the million- lire to the very poor, to place their I millions and their pennies before Vcnlzelos, to disinfect some particular atmosphere around the court.that has been infected with the poisonous Ger- manics microbes. The history of the Greeks alone, full of deeds and sloiy, -Is enough to tel! you that they have helped (heir-country-as they will do again bv shedding their blood. are foxy enough to intermix the noble deeds of your compatriots, those who are fighting today at the allied battle "NOW Mr. Keel, I am asking yon what yourself have done personally to help the British, not only now, but in the bygone days? Did you ever offer vonrselE for active service at. the dif- ferent campaigns? The Greeks, Mi. Keel, as yon very well know, on mapy occasions have contributed to the Bu_ tlsh cause, thus showing that they we ar superior, and better than you. But vou were blinded with fanaticism not L sco Ihe.Qreeks with the Canad ap contingents, some already killed, the Greeks with the Territorials, the Greeks forming their own legion in Prance', the Greeks with the Egyptian (forces, ttic Greeks ill East Africa with the South African union, forces, and he Greeks Can-ton1 show me that there is t'an'Wn fighting b Ogilvie's ROYAL HOUSEHOLD Flour and Health of life's greatest Joys is to see your children with ealthv appetites. Flour is the greatest ife- gi' ug food Ve eat. One pound of good flour gives same amount of nutriment as one ami a quarter nmimli nf eggs or Tour pounds of fish, or nearly pound of steak-ami look at th. difference In cost. GOOD FLOUR: IS. THE. MOST ECONOMICAL FOOD YOU CAN BUY Royal Household IS CANADA'S BEST FLOUR WESTERN MERCANTILE CO.. SAM SADOWSKI, PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDGE J An Inside Bath Makes You Look and Feel Fresh Says a glass of hot water wKh phosphate b.efore breakfast keeps Illness away. excellent, health mfiaeure being ___ adopted by millions. of the Germans. Bulgarians and 'Turks against-the al-1 si I li i for Fifty of Restfal Let that sink in! Fifty ycap-of restful sleep, J for only This a certainty. Every Ostennoor Mattress is sold, with a money-back guarantee of satisfaction. THE FAMOUS rV HI 3 passed the experimental etage over half a cen- jr turva'o. There are Ortermoor Mattresses in that have seen service for fc even 50 yeaw-and are still soft, buoyant and comfortable. An Ostermoor costs you a trifle over 30c a year, purely you won't deny your- self such unequalled'slefep comfort! Look for tie name woven in the see border. Ask your dealer for the Osterinoor or write us for the name of our nearest agent. The ALASKA BEDDING--------- Makers of Bedsteads and J cin mil ibsorb Impurities their auversB ,od causing ill health, while the t cl.iticlzo or- oven comment, on tttem lod, (.ausiiiB ,t js Of rny business to criticize what cither people are doing, -and it lakes men of your particular type to do tW 8000 Creeks who i New York .held'-a'demonstration, a" d With stentorian voles called the other to stand bj Venizelos u-pbblding the cause allied nations? with the noble _____'at Hellenism-Ike some one you lad tho audacity to condemn ana were like men wittt a coloisiiTlores' of moral determination to show tcI that the caueo ot tliealHes and the cause ot Greece 1Sind lasT't, the undersigned, who in vour enlarged fantasy seems-to be n tramp, tjke the.llberty to tell you that from NeW_york. but pores in the ten yards o, Men and women are urged to drink Bach morning, before breakfast a ot hot water with a teaspoonful ot limestone phosphate m it as a uarmleaa means of helping to waeh the stomach, liver, towels the previous day's mdigestble material poisons, sour bile ami lox- ns -thus and nur'ityin- tne entire alimentary canal before uniting more food into the "TsTas soap and .hot rater cleanse and freshen the skin, so hot water ami limestone phosphate act bn the elim- inative organs. Those who wake up with bad breath, coated tongue, nasty taste or a dull, aching head, sallow com- plexion, scid storaaMi; olhors who are subject to bilious attacks or con- stipation, should obtain .a quarter StlpadlOH, Sllvut" pound' of limestone phnspliate at the d.-us store This cost very little biit '3 sufficient to demonstrate thn value of inside Those who tf.utinue It each morning are assured cf pionour.cscl resnts, both m retard lu-hralth .7. C.-HIR- inbotham, Uthlindce. Al- aerta. Aav tin. Popular Star Also a Screamingly Funny Comedy Arnold Daly in "The House-of MONDAY AND TUESDAY THE'RRST OF THE GREAT MUTUAL STAR, PRODUCTIONS Popular'Star of the Serial "The Girl and The in "WHISPERING 5 Reels can save Belgian lives! a ong. from Greece; being a thoroughbred son where I an vojun- tarily "duriiie Uie'BQer war served with {So caifl aoionijl forces ns a plain soUiffi When. the Balkan war com- menced f left Jay '.cat ndrne to offer. myself for service 1 one in a days to ho able to tell yoT that 'I- am called back to serve tho ncedn'ot itty country as too most huniDlo- GreeK. remain, "U M YANN1S. Though you cannot fight and kill Germans, you can gives and save some of their helpless Belgian victims, three million of wkom must be fed cr starve. So little is needed to feed Belgian family, and so alky are contributions handled by Relief Commission, that there are veiy fewoi usVnqcculd not provide for at least family througji this winter, or till the end of the war. easily yoTcould save'that much from yam how much it would mean to some Belgian mother and her hungry little ones! Wouldn't a little self-denial now be richly repaid by knowing, when the war is over, that you had done your part, had saved precipus lives for our unfortunate Allies f Enroll your name to-day among those who are doing gjfii bit in this way Send your subscription weekly, monthly of in one lump sum to Local or Provincial Committees, or Send Cheques to Treasurer Belgian (t St. mriR S1MET, MMTKEAL. fttfc.ajdpi 0" ;