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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR ittr. TUESDAY, OCTOBEK 23. 1017 letbbrloje HlUcrta p A I LY AND W E E K LV Dallr. delivered, per wees......" Dilly. delivered per year ..'...-55.00 Dilly, by mail, per year.........H-" by mart, per .Wtekly. by mail, per rear to U.S..J2.00 TELEPHONES RnsJne.ii OfBce l-! EdUorhJ Office W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torranca Busmej3 Mauagsr o hiJ in the west. At this par- lima the Miulsler ot Aerlcul- lure Is second In importance only to the Premier In a federal government. Upon tho farmers of CanaJa devolves the necessity of provides food (or the ellieJ Etniies, It Is the duty ol the Minister to give tbe formers every assUlauco and fa- ourageiueut possible lo produce that result. Mr. Crerar will brlus to Iho urtcsfnt a wlJe clear juJsmcnt, intelligent sympathy nud a r Eeuuicc ik'niiicmir nuthwk. yrim his past record wo may be sure Jhat he ivlll not only assist farmers to pro- duce more, but to ensure that they will set a reasonable prke for what they do produce. Dates of expiry of auoacripllorj ap- on address label Accept PICKED UP IN f PA SSIN G THE John Dallas, h well known Crati- brook youug mau, ia dead. There Is good reason lo place the utmost faith In Ihe now union gov- ernment program, because there Is 110 Eeliaiw rtlurui. A man named Sweei was married back In Peterboro county wee of papers after eiplratton data Is namFd Thal-s .ur luthorliy tooonllDUB tbe to a girl Of Veur King and Country Need Ycu Right Nowl THE PROGRESS OF THE'WAR German invasion of the mam- land of Russia al the Gulf of Higa, has commenced. The Germans claim ihe capture of several villages. Tho op- erations In Ihe Baltic havo not been unblended wlih success for the Hus-j "who. according lo a statement Just issued, have accounted (or two German dreadnoughts and several smaller trarcraft. Supremacy o[ the allies In the air Is heing demons I rater! to a great ex- tent each day. attacks are being carried out on a large scale over Ger- man military establishments and great damage done. The allies hare awakened again to ne-Tv activity on lhe western front and another drive Is In progress. The French made progress on Sunday, and the British are now engaged. In n offensive in LJovrj-George has reiterated with Eiill greater emphasis Ihat there are no peace terras al present In sight the allies could think of accept- ing or even considering. J. A. McCausland. prominent Toron- to Conservative, U against union gov- ernment, on Lha ground that Hie Con- servatives would have won again any- way. He Is more of a partisan than a patriot. Gc-o. an olJ time Toronto U Is a plly Lhe Medical Board ills appointed the young men who turned, up tor examination yesterday. These S little sllpa.make the siuooih working of the act that much mbre difficult. TbV Toronto News says Flavclle should hand over his proQls to the stale. There was a time when Sir Joseph handed most of licm over to the Toronto News. THE CASE FOR UNION GOVERNMENT ilr. II. H. Mqwat, K_C, who was for some years President of the On- tario Liberal Ion. being asked for his .upon Lhe forma- tion of a union government, said that two despatches ..from} Europe were, and covercci the ground. Gfst "PetrograLJ, Cabinet consulted Premier. Kerensky Ly tele- phone asking permission lo'lss V proclamation calling on the" cI to forget polilies and to serve the endangered Capllal." The second despatch Tvas: Mr. Lloyd" George said: 'TVe hare now reached the.slage the ordinarr Ihiugs of.political .lite sink Into, Insignificance, and 1 ever leel augrr-when I sea people to Tar "ar narking and Jlbberlng about the little things of yesterday, and think- 5ng those things are Ihe things thai matler." That's the case for union govern- n.ent In a merchant. Is dead. The Ontario government has grant- ed to lhe Great War Veterans. Miss Charlotte Mary Wllloustiby and Arthur Goodwin were married at Lieut. E. N. formerly ac- countant of the Canadian Dank of Commerce at Calgary, has hcen killed ID nction. Mrs. D. W. Moore, a Calgary old- ser, tvho canio west from Walker- ton., Oat, In 1S90, Is dead. Over half a million musfcrat skins were sold at New York, bringing ns high ns a dollar a pelt. A New Yorlter is now sn route for China to buy Orleutal eggs which he will sell In the Slates lor IGc a doz. An ocean-Eoins oil-burning stoam- cr without smokestacks Is now on Its way from Superior, Mich., to lhe sea. G. T. Tl. engineers and Oremen are o havo an elgbt-hour day and nn In- crease in wages. J. Phillips, of Sterling, an engineer u tie bos factory In lhal village died from scalds received when he vat rf In a lisLof.deGnillons of things re- lating 16 the war Includes: "The A way to peace. Sir Douglas Haig: A more certain way." Hon. TVm. Pueslcy believes In un- ion government during the balanca or the Var. Mr. Pugsley Is a partisan. Lul he Is nol as narrow as- fame vre know, who absolutely refuse to see the light.----------- "Only dealh can prevent me run- ning at ihe neit municipal said Mayor Mederlc Martin of Mont- real, lo an Interviewer. Would it be cruel lo Intimate lot bf Mont- real people are liable to pray for death during Ihe neit few months. What has Portugal done ID the war? An" answer that vrlll surprise most readers is given by a French diplomat In "Harper's." It, la Ihat .two dlvl slons of .Portuguese troops are al ready In France and a third Is soon lo follow total "of seVenty-fivc thousand .men, trained and equipped Is less than a jear, by a country of only Ore million JnbaWlanla. ell Into a boiling waler- W. M. German, vrno TTBS a Liberal member for We Hand, fn a public stale- racnl says'ho wlJl support the union efforl It makes nd to bring oil tic Canada, ot -wealth and products, as well as men, to the Em- pire's aid, but he will certainly ex- pect this' government ID eihlbit a greater desire and greater energy In conscripting' the war profits ol the war profiteers'and business combines than appeared to animate Ihe former government. 'N'ew York Market. Commissioner SlosfcoviTZ ia going id buy two rail lion bushels of potatoes for dlstribu tion iu the metropolis at cost. The Victoria Cross has been award ed to Serfit. Frederick Jlobson, Toronto, and Prlvalo Harry Drown whose mother lives In Emily, Ont. Slx hundred New York grocery clerks arc striking, among othe things, for the privilege bf having wives: Chicago packers say thai the ages of preventable disease amongs callte cost at leas! a quarter of i billion dollars a year. Col. Austin Beach, managing ed lor of PIttsburg Dispatch, an me of lhe best known Pennsylvanl newspapermen, is dead. Unlicensed foreign language new. papers across the border ivill henci forTrard bare to filo a Iran] a (fern c their contents with local postmasters Sentlor King, of Utah, la nrgin the President lo eicrt influence upo Japan with a view to Oriental troop baing utilized In the "war. Isaac N, Sellgman, the New Yor financier, who died on September 3 left a fortune of tils wife and charitable bequests Four masted hand I Is held up passenger 'train between Sail Lak City-and GoldMll, Nev., 'arid robhe In hla Edmonton speech Dr. Michael Clari, -qa nerd's of Abra ham Lincoln a logical lucid de- ience of the draft system, and Ibey are absolutely r "There can be no: army without men. Men cap be had only voluntar- ily or and to obtain them Involuntarily Is the tho conscription. If you dispute- the fact. and declare that men can still be had volunlartly in." sufficient numbers-, prove Ihe assertion by yourselves vol- unteering In such numbers and I shal gladly give up the. draft. Or, If not a sufficient number, any one of you will volunteer, he for hla single self will escape all .the horrors of the draft, and will do only what each one of at least a'milu'on of Ms manly brethren have already done.1 Their toll land blood havo been given as much for you for themselves. Shall U all he lost rather than ihat you, too, will bear your part." every passenger, resIsLed. shooting one Ten members of Congress "are ma Cbas. E, Chabot, brother of Dr. Chv ot, 31.P. for Ottawa, Is dead. Alei. Poyner, [an.. Is dead. a ploueer of Sourla. Although the season Is practically cr, an unusual number of whales ave been spoutlog ofl Kyuquot. B.C. Lieut. Herbert Andrews, sou of Mr. Andrews, manager ot tho OgUrle Milling Co.. at Medicine Hat, has been warded tho Military Cross. American rights to Ihe famous Brl Ish laolur havo. cen turned over for the duration of be war to 1he United States author. Its. D. D. Neelyj retiring M.P.. has re- Igneil the Liberal nominal-en In luuboldl. Ha Is In favor- of nion government. Tho Peninsula' of" Labrador has jeeti crossed Jroni the south to the lorth for lhe'first'lime by a fie exploring parly. Tho most Important Gathering ol ;ws In America slnco the outbreak o: war Is staged for Xew York on Oct S, the object being to raise iQO for Jewish war relief, Capt. Gilbert Edwards, former DC puly Hceve of- Hope township and county councillor, who was killed by shfII from n trench moriar ou Sep ember 10, was previously recommend ed for the Military Cross. The Montreal P.ruduc.a Merchants association slopping of ex jortaliou of cream and con dcnsed milk to the United Slates, am suggests curtailment or complete slop- page of the manufacture ot Ice cream. William hermit of'DlvIdi Settlement, N.B., _was placed on trla in lhe Circuit Coiirt at Woodstock b fore Judgo Chandler on a charge o murdering Hnrry Wiley, son ot form Councillor Edward Wiley, las spring-. The Holary Club of Ilrantford, ha secured a shipment of service flag for distribution .there lo all home" Irom which a man'has gone overseas The flag is of blue wj'ti a white mapl leaf for a man enllfetcd from the home Hoy Davis and Lowes, of UffiKOPOffiE INFOOI Vancouver. Oct. James oborlspii was given a splendid ro- ptloii Icutght al (ho Oryhcum the- itro, where ihe chairman the i 'Isory board ot food causer rat ton inC coutrot la Canada spoke ro a audience, Dr. Ilobertson inntlo L EtlrrLig Lo I be ludlvldual, aylug Ihat every i-crsou was a food ami that If all pulled to- gether It would go a long way toward Jnfi the problem. Dr. UobcrUou out (hut whllo Ihoro was no ikelihooU of o shortage la Canada, tbc allies In grave danger of ser- ous embarrassment. He espial Iho contributing causes, saying that In ho event ot such a comparative full- uro ot crop In 191S as In 19Id tho vorld might bo faced actual famine conditions. Quebec. Oct. hip edi- torially on Sir Robert DordenV mani- festo, L'Acllon Calhollquo day, said In [lart: "Ttie first war measure to bo en- forced should have been to bring to en end tho "persecution lo which Hie French-Canadians and Ihe Caluollca ara" In places where they hara tho misfortune of being In tho nimorUy, and if tbe problem, as somo niaintaln as nn excuse, la too com- plicated to bo sollled so quickly, (ho, Todcral government, which makes a display of good will (hat wo'aro hanpy lo note, might have set out on the- right path'by scrupulously respecting certain susceptibilities, In having, for example, French formulas for medical examination and exemptions at the disposal of recruits, at least In tho province of RETAIN LIVESTOCK. Ayr, Oat., are irith abduc- tion; having bEbrf-cAnimltted for trial by Justice of luo Peace Folsatcr, ot Kitchener, the .alleged victims, being two girls, under the agca of fifteen. Edmonton. Oct. the nevr qgrcement between the railways and the teeilral government for Ihe retaining nl breeding stock In Can- ada, a carload of helfcra la about ready lo leave the Edmonton slock yards for DNss. Alia., mid three car- loads of sheep have already gone forward to Yawn, Sssk. The. sheep oriKlualiv came froin tho Carstalrs [district, and olher stock Is being gathered at the yards for-distribu- tion throughout the prairie country to .points where feed is most plenti- ful; H. B. Thomson, ex-M. P., general manager of the'flrm bf Turner, Beeton aiia B.C., will represent- the Foodi.'Coniroller In Im- portant missions which may be neces- sary from time to time. Henry, H. Benedict, a New York banker, recently transferred .securities and daughter In He .has now repented his gift, and! is smug us return. t Benjamin 'C. Heed, 68, Conner, tax collector and treasurer of Whitman Co., Mass., and known to. all 35 "Hon- was sent down foi Iwo CQNQOLEUM RUGS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT. iOUQHT BEFORE THE ADVANCE IN PRICE. STOCK IS KXTKA HEAVY JUST NOW FOR ONE WEEK ONLY OUR PRICES AS FOLLOWS; Regular Sale Price......... S0.2.V 9x9 Sale Price liegiilar Sjilt Price ?13.00. Sale Price W8.75'' HAYR HARDWARE CO. WHOLESALERS MEET. .Oct grocers In llaniloba anil; Sykatch- In tcsEloa herc.totlaT C'JSSlng [Iio food control situation Hi Effects the (ratio in Uie west. Maann THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA The Victrola Reproduces- Gives buck without alteration thnl which was given into H pivcn an exact counterpart of an ORIGINAL CREATION. Perfect reproduc- lion is symbolic of (he Victrola only, and be- cause of ils retaining (he clearness, beauty, and perfection of the original creation, such artists as Caruso, Galli-Curci, McCormack, Farrar, Martin, and Gluck, have permitted (heir voices (o be recorded. x Those nrtists of unquestioned renown sing only lo the Victor They have tested and judged they know and proclaim ils SU- PREMACY. MASON 8c RISCH B A LM O B tOC K Fl FT H rLErHlB R I DGE ing an v.'sit lo for the (heft of ?25rMO of (he European war front, where they will J town's funds. He staled thai he stole ATTACK UPON "HOrt T. A. CRERAR Au -ilbcrla opponent of union gov- ern re cat. charges that the oew anlon goTcrnment is the friend.of Big fnlcr- esta'and says Hon. T. A', Crerar is one of these friends of Dig Interests. "Why? -Decauso Mr. .Crerar Is the head of a great organization, develop- wi 6) viBaniteu iarmers. aucb talk la twaddle, "As long as Mr. Cre- rar was a Liberal and refused to en- ter a union government he was a ra- dical, a friend of low- tariff and progressive reforms, hat as soon as he sacrifices parly for country, he Is aa a "Big Interest" man. Mr. Crerar Is a farmer, and'is'at the head of the Grain Growers Grain Co., a fanners' organization. He Joins the BOTernment aa'a representative of lhe organized farmers. The altactc upon Mr. Crerar shows the depths to which the partisans Trill go to try and de- stroy a Iruo friend of the farmers and the weal.' Here Ii the Grain Growers' Guide estimate of Mr. Crc- rar: T. A. Crerar, for Iho patL ten vears President of lhe Grain Growers' Grain wrllery reienlly a resident ol Iho more recently Presl- Gcrnian !n lho "Atlantic denl ol lhe United Grain Growers' ,i Limited, will be Minister of Agrlcul- Her.e are Bome ilcmB on 'lure In the new government. Mr. Cre- lhe Berliner's Mil of fare: Mussel .no desire new office. terrible .Ht had a'larger worJf lo do in ihe ground mussels and dried aea- w'cat. lie wag urged, however, by eome i. t, ofilH9.colleague.-is well by Into a Uorden Ihat II was his nallon- j or lwo attarta o( nauaca people fo enter (be nallon's eerTicc J corns lo like the fllted -gl His present Under bread containing fivn per ground from straw; crows and sea- "considered great horseflesh at sixty cents a pound; rancid Danish butler at J2 a pound; cllghll? tuberculous In- spection la a Inlng of the bar- ley, -acorns, and caircta [or toffcs j "there hia been no coffee In the mar- ket (or the past two years." meet members of Iho- British and French governments. That eiistlng pensions (or soldiers and their dependenla will.b? doubled by Ihe government at the neil ses- sion of Ine house of commons was the definite statement of CoI.'J. D. Taylor in addressing a public meeting at "New Westminster, BfC.' Bruce Miller, baggageman on the Marloc train for thirty-two years, died In Belleville Hospital as a result of Injuries sustained In the Belleville yards of the G.TJl., when ho was struck by an engine while he was making up his train. Friends of the former Miss Hella F. Beraays, a ntecc ol Professor Slgmunrl Freud, the celebrated fraychologist of Vienna, who was married. on Aug. 19 to Murray student' at the Colombia Law School, Xcw York, wero Inlcresled to receive an announcement card reading, "Hetla Ilftrna'ya and Mur- ray Cohen arc married, and have, by Increasing price and del Brio ra ling qnallly are the characteristics of food In Berlin, as "fiegcrlbcd by an Ameri- judicial process, taken, the name of Mr. and Mrs. Murray C. BarnayJ." It vras learned that the change of the name of the bridegroom to that of the .brlde was maut by Mr. Cohen In def- erence to their mutual deslro lo keep alive her family name. m Crerar has a ten jcars' .record o( equaljed by few men. For Ihs pail decade he has been In the thick of [fie which tbe or- ganlzod farmers, of the West have Vaeed.Wr better conditions. On ev- is err Jronl he has played bis part. BEI) f- Jtt can lifery fce ea'ld 'wltholit'dlspar- igemeni lo.otnerg.llatnO one Individ- I lU contrluuted (o the success ol In prairie provinces I W u T. A. Crerar. If _ .he same mea-. 1( his new posl- 'necessitates him leaving the or fiolzcd farmers, It will ba a loss dlf- cost <2 n pound; toilet soap <2 a cake; and'rank has been so scarce that "In the1 past year n cow has hcen an hon- ored member of more than one pala- tk< war It over lie may stain return i, J t j tlie MADE IN CANADA or m 1 .j '.'I rn clujibtf tnt dltlnfMOnr LIMITO n order to pay Lhe taxes of his poor- friends." J. M, Douglas, was nominated wo years ago as Liberal candidate nr the Strathcona Federal ccnstltu- ncy, has tendered Ills resignation lo he announces that he rill run as a lho now un- on governinenL T_ Stales Senator Paul Hiisl- of Wisconsin, died al a farm near Tlush Lake, WIs., as the rcsuM ol" wounds accidentally Inflicted ipon him with a sholgun-bj- his hro- her, GustaTG, while hunting riucks, le Tras an ardcnt( gupMjrtcr ol Pre- sident Wilson's Mrs. J. G. Wash., Became the mother ot- triplets aboard west bound Itock Island trait) near Denver, Col. Two of lhe children were horn In and the third al Pcconlc, just across the Colorado line. "Mrs. Alklnson had been vlslling In the cast. Mother and children arc doing nicely, and arc no Vat Colorado Springs. SASKATCHEWAN'S" NEW f i '-'GSffJ '.'-I. "BESSIE OLD. CABINET MINISTER. John Samuel La the new mln- hlcr of highways Jn the government, was lorn at I-on- don, Ont., on April 18C6. He a son of John Canadian, and Klfza Ilnrrcl, fingllsh. He waa edu- cated at Ixindnn Collegiate Institute! St. Marys Ot- tawa Normal school' ,Bnrt the public schools of Huron county, all In On- arlo. lie married October IS, liiS7, (o Afjncg Annie, daughter of I Capl, James Uoyhnd pi London, Kngfand. Ks- waa married to Wm. J, Ilazol-] Ion. Ilia Eon, Hoyiann Lalta'-fa a publisher.' min- later waa defeated In- IPOS Jor. tho local legislature as, for Mountain, hut 'elected At lho general election of 1012 and re elect- ed nt the general election of Ho was secretary-treasurer of the tiirdl munlcJpallij' ot Mountain Val- ky and waa township dork In Hey township, Hliron conhlf? Ontario, for five years. He (aught school (n On- tario fur M years, from lo 1308, at Wlngham, oml He was principal of'C6l- hornc Street school In' Ixmddn when Two Car Loads Ragistsretl Shorthorn Heifers 5 Bulls For Sale by Public Auction AT THE On THURiSdAY, NOVEMBER 8 Lot will be heifers from 20 to 30 rtdo and roans, or three bulls and will Include of the noted Scottish families such as the iMnat, Ctplcnllnai, Village Girls, Marthas, Myrlles, Lin- casters-and Clarets. ALL IIAVK IJEBN JJKED. TO A PTJIJE J1KUCE KOSEWOOD HULL. 3. W. PAiiLEV, Lacombe, Auctioneer TERMS CASH. LINCOLN RAMS AVlll also iH-ivsUcsale' at (dp Fanners' ;i Carload .of Lincoln J. H. PATRICK SON J. H. PATRICK WILL BE AT THE ALEXAfjOrU HOTEL UNTIL AFTES NOVEMBER EI6HTM, ;