Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUB LimiBRlDGE DAILY y, OCTOUEn 2-1, 1010" OAIUY AND WIEKIV lubterlptlon aettverea, per delivered, per rear by mail, por year Weekly, by mall, per Weekly, by mail, per year TELEPHONES Office iKdltortai Office W A. Buchanan John Munaelns Director Business Manager Dates at eiplry ot subscriptions ap- pear dally on address label. tnce o( papers after eiplration 4ato iJ authority to continue tne icrlptlon. Your King and Country noed you right now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The fate of Rumania is still a mat ter of considerable doubt While th Russian-Rumanian forces hare been I able to check the Teutons at one o two points, it Is not to be denied tha the Anstro-Germans have made alarm Ing advances Into Rumania, and yes terday's dispatches record the captur ol one. or two Important posts. Includ ing the fort of Constanm. Military experts huge ba Atle in tie near future on the easier i front .where, from Slgs to the Danab i are gathered 7 millions of men, the greater part of which forces are al- ready engaged In a desperate struggle along almost the entire front of 900 miles. A new timst hy the British on.the western front is recorded north-east of Thlepral. In which German trenches were captured on a front of 5000 yards to a depth of 300 or 400 yards. The French hare also made fresh gains at SailleT-SanlesoL aoMi or Far making wutiinf aiaiwa. _____ cleaning and rarg. .rdliwrr tMm dmln MFU8J ..f COMPANY LIMITED TORONTO. ONT. eiCKEDUPIN SS1NG A wolf was shot ou one residential streets. VICTROLA For Pile ed to investigate rendered their judg- ment Mr. Martin will not have any man in his government that Is found guilty of wrongdoing. The public can depend upon that On the other he is not going to adjudge men guilty by keeping them out ot his govern- ment just to satisfy opponents who seek to blacken the reputations of men ahead of the findings of an im- partial Inquiry of judges. From the Alberta Conservative press the public Is not likely to secure a fair opinion ot Mr. Martin. Saskatche- wan's new premier. The-safest judg- ment is that of the Conservative press in Saskatchewan, and here Is what the Heglna formerly the Pro- vince, says: William Melville Martin, member for Regina In the House of Commons, has been chosen by his party to suc- ceed Hon. Walter Scott as premier of Saskatchewan. A man of consider Sir Win. B. Bowrtag. ehip-owuer, is doad. R. Turner. Bollevuo, killed in action. Pte Harry Ritchie, of Brandon, suf- fered'the loss of a leg in battle. The Merchants Bank has opened a branch at Pembroke, Ont W J. Hartwell. an old and respected resident of Orillla. died suddenly. Virdcn, Man., Is to have a munici- pal skating and curling rink. G Lynch has boen elected pre- sident of the Medicine Hat branch of the Bed Cross. .1. Nesbitt. a Methodist Pittsburg, Ont, died at Music of the Victrola Is the music of home.- Music for 'very occasion, music In all its beauty. It brings to your fireside all the and superb art of the world's greatest singers and Instrument. alietE. th. family spirit alive with happy, wholesome hours-have a Victrola In your house. vWe carry Victrolas In all styles aid prices. small cash payment takes a Victrola to your home today, and you may. pay the balance as its joys go on. Rev. W. minister of Pembroke. Jos. of Vancouver, be- comes manager uf the Union BauK, Calgary. Montreal hears a rumor that the Nova Scotia and Dominion Steel com- panies may merge. Fire did 53000 damage to the Wm. A. Jenkins Manufacturing So., of London, Ont, The Machine Telephone Company's plant at Lindsay. Ont., was destroyed hy fire.' Rev Walter Xichol. of Dundas. Out.. has been called to St. Paul's Presby- terian church, Brandon. John McKay, ol Creemore. succeeds the late John McCosh, of- Ortllia. as clerk of the County Court, of Sinicoe. LAST, THOUGHTS WERE OF THE MOTHER AT HOME No need to be concerned about a na- Won whose fighting men hold mother- I hood in deep and loving reverence. The war has its agonizing side but it also brings oat the best In our It reveals them as noble characters, j Lieut tie Hon. Edward Wyndhamj Tennant, Grenadier Guards, eldest i therln-law to the prime minister of 3 Britain, was recently killed In action. 4 Lieut Teunant, who was only 19, was granted a commission at tie be- ginning of the war, and went to the front in August 1915- liefore Ins into action he wrote his mother a letter, as follows: "This is ivr'tten In case anything happens to me, for I shoutf. like you to have just a little message from my own hand Your love for me and my love for you have made my whole life one ol the happiest tiere has ever This is a great day for me. heart high speech, nigh deeds, honoing eyes.' God bless you 1 and give you peace." What a beautiful close to life; In- f- spiring thoughts of she who bore him and the country for which he was about to die But here la the letter of i Canadian boy, It. E. Horkins, ot Ont, a young doctor just on life's threshold. It was written be- 1 fore ije went into an engagement that meant-the close of life to iim too: i My Dearest are on t the eve of a great battle, and-If this" letter finds Its destination It will convey the news that I am "batted out, middle-peg." I jiy last wish will be that you tatfe it as a Spartan mother that SasKBtcnewan. A uta.u able personal popularity.of pleas us mannor and no mean ability m his profession of law. he brings to his new task the enthusiasm-.of youth, a fund of common sense and an acknowledged gift o! diplomacy and organization, which have made his selection, as the compromise candidate among warring political factions, possible. He is not such an evil being, now. is he? As for the new inan'he took into the government, the Post says: The onlv new member ot the gov- ernment is Mr. Charles A. Dunning, Geo J Reid, inspector of the Roy- al bank, died at Toronto. Board of Trade and Council Take Steps to Provide Need- ed Accommodation iFi-om Our own CorrcstH Cardstoa, Oct. tl OFL.B.S. IE IS VJILJ John W. Taylor was the soft or u Into Prudent John Taylor, bovn in Provo, May 15, -m" in life he showed a deep religious pewiment.-and was soon given plfi- ol resiionsiWHty In the 8nim.li- Pack- B i-, Now OllVn-cl l.'1-i-e to Wlint It Will Do for You. Pyramid'Pllo T r. .0 li t in cut Rives iriiicK ro- of, Uch- "plain wranpor. If you "end us" coupon below. TREE SAKSPI.E COUPON PYRAMID DRITG COMPANY CStl ryrnmld Dklg., Marshall, Mich. KliNllv scr.-.l 1110 n Froo Knmplo of In ptalu m-oniior. e...tar Tlie Leader says: The news of John W. Taylor's death in Forest Dale, Utah, was re- ceived throughout the Latter Day Saint colonies in Alberta with pro- found sorrow. Mr. Taylor has been the church. He (fulfilled tv one to the southern stat' Colorado. In 18S4 he was through- out the stakes of Zlon. He was blessed 1 mtuiv spiritual gifts, especially (From Our Own Correspondent) Champion. Oct. snow of I last Monday did little damage, outside !0f holding back threshing operations on.' io i few dnys. Threshing- was general Thursday. '1'he demand tor men brisk, one outfit paying five dol- rs a day for their men. A sleet storm on Saturday night, driven by a stiff wind, caused somo i I manv spr ho ,r "tot prophecy. Old-timers in Mberta will never forget tho many predictions uttered concerning tins country, many' ot which have already nn fulfilled. "in 1304 he got out of Harmony with the general authorities of tho church "uh the result that he was excom- municated by-, the; Council of the elve. Although he was never re- lee nuiii Luti i to the council the findings ol his leagues m regard to the of a _ Capt. H. D. Kingstone. .nephew of their present s and LaPl. u- Chief of Police Grasett, Toronto, has, upkeep and tiwi Twelve. ou bantlzed into the church he bore oil his deathbed a powerful testimony to the I filth of.Monnonlsm. unven uy onn anxiety, but Sunday afternoon dried the grain in good shape. Mr. Sisson ot Carmangay, has bought tho fruit ami confectionery business from G. Edwards. O. Edwardr. has_ started his new residence on Vulcan St. Easily detaeue patented to aid' machines. i oasters have been in..moving, washlus j ejected John Aylen, a well known civil en-1 provincial been killed in :action. to an ol'd Toronto family. -er of the Co-operative ,._ iny. That Mr. Dunning Winnipeg, i the now cabinet is be-i JOlin --ivieu, i gineer, who came originally trom Ot- prOVllluuu r, further benefits to hospitals and pos-l slblv provide for municipal aid to. such institution it had seemed wisest J to the board of trade comnmtee to; long been marked but as one of the rising voung men of Saskatchewan. His record as head of the Saskatche- wan Co-operative Elevator company, has been little short of phenomenal m its achievement. He possesses the confidence of the farming community to a marked degree, and his personal honor and integrity are absolutely un- questioned. We will leave the case at that s SmiUl. Toronto, Keene, Ont., has been killed n action. Dr H 4 Beatty has been appoint- ed Chief Surgeon and Medical Officer (j.mei ouistiuu ed.uuims uie the Canadian Pacific Railway, with all nigut electric light se office at Toronto. vice. Mr. F. W. petition signed An Ottawa Chinaman hugged an Ottawa husband in mistake for the wife That woman must belong to a new species or he would never have made such a blunder. The whole Question, was referred o a special committee named hy the] Lieut Harold Smith, son'of A: St. to investigate .and report a: Smith, manager of the workin, plai, j were Z W. Jacobs, .Pitcher, H. Steed and J. W. Lmv. Another important matter iir-----1-. 1 To Land Buyers, Investors and Others. Important Auction Sale of Farm Lands To be held in Auctioneer's Office, Block, Letltbrulge. Friday, October 27th AT. TWPFP P.M. A'cadia Knocks Obstinate Coughs in a Hurr.y ed.during the meeting firms of "the town requesting be made. There was Lieut. las. McNeill, -fcr two years niavof of Vegrevllle, has been killed I sucn a CU11U60 ir. "action. At the outbreak of the j pn aU.rouIul discussion the propos- war he was living in Vaacouver. Freeman Gerald, aged two, died at j Chatham from eating headache and tonic tablets, which he Had found ir.nr.7i pooie, who" is leaving s a yom are and be consoled to the irin ot God. My duty to my coun- try'will have been served, but to you I owe much more. My only regret at this hour is my inoppor- tnnity to sdd to the comforts of your life and fulfil the obligation of a son to a mother. Ton will live my sincerest love to fmther, brothers and sisten, and ask them to remember me in their prayers. tor you, dear mother, yos will he In my dying thoughts. Toun affectionate son, DICK. a happiness to a mother to realize a son's last thoughts were of her, what a tribute to our part in the war to realize that It has appealed to ien of tils stamp, men of noble thoughts, fine .temperament character. SASKATCHEWAN OPINION OF MR. MARtiN The Conservative press, in some cases, has attempted to blacken the entire Saskatchewan be- cause some private memierB had been found guilty of graft, In connection wlthi a measure that government was putting on tie statute books with the opposition of the liquor interests. The new premier lias been criticised be- cause he 'has Included in his govern- ment men who Baft been mentioned In connection -with certain charges. men have net been found guilty; the commissions immlrlng into their departments have not yet reported. It would look well for Mr. Martin to and fullty before tte a The Dominion government ought not to have, any trouble dealing with the high cost ot living. It bad a com- mission investigate the matter and surely its recommendations should be helpful; Hugh Clark, M.P., is to be under secretary of.external affairs. That is a very serious brow" job and we hope Col. Hugh doesn't perpetrate any of his usual jokas about it It is a position too serious to be laughed at Gunner Martin, a .member of. Co- bourg's latest .heavy.battery draft (the by the' way) while walking along the street, was attacked by four men. Without the aid of stick or wea- pon "he laid out the lot, breaking the jaw of one. "What will this man do to the asks the Cobourg Sentinel-Star, and the Orillla Packet comments: "Martin must be a sort of third cousin to a 'tank.'" KIl HID i ed change and it seemed that the, additional hours of operating the, plant would not be excessive, so that. It was agreed that such service tonic ..given after November 1st. The water a sideboard ana which he ]ight W...E. Pitcher! were candles. chairman, were authorized to'Proceed; i with the proposed change. The towns In a new pencil sharpener several eoplB certainly will commenil Mr. At-. small blades -are mounted conically ,nf pnrnest action in tnis .n. South East Quarter of Section 33 10 North East Quarter of Section 28 West of the Fourth Meridian, Both Adjommg. smaii omucs -mio i kins for Ills earnest action the end of a twisted wire, which is re- The recent burglaries spindleKoubUess wcre the .incentive- along this line and most people will, favor continuance of tile service all O volved rapidly by pushing a along it. F E. Wevernauser, the ]zlu_ tern lumber millionaire, has _been W0rk3 anil property _comnnttee, elected a director of the Crest Nor.n- em Railway, to till the vacancy cans- ed bv the death of James J. Hill. sale" or may he obtained from 'eVuRp'iDGE THE AUCTiON'EER, ACAOIA BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE Thousands of'people normally lifaltliT in every other respect, are annoyed with a persistent uangmpm bronchial. year after year, disturbing their skiep and makuiff .life disagreeable... Its..so. ..old home-maun remedy that will cad such a cough KcS frl I syrup. Jiogin takinc t- B at mice. Gradually but surely you 5 will notice the .plllcam linn .out and then I disappear altOKCthcr, ,tlniii i couch that you never, thought would end. B It also promptly loosens .ft. dry or tight t i cou-h stops the troubksomn throat I1 tickle sootlics the irritatal mpnibranM I! that line the throat and bronchial tubes, B i and relief comes almost immraiatcly. I j A day's use will usually break up an or- I' dinarv throat or chest cold, and for li bronchitis, croup, whoopiniJ.couah and bronchial asthma there is notlimft [better. It tnites pleasant and kaups I! Pincx 'is a most valuable concentrated S'> compound of Konutee Norway pinei er- B tract, combined with plaiacol and Is S' used by millions of people. every year for throat and chest colda with splendid li To avoid disappointmrat. ask yonr I! drugeist for "2% ounces of Knot" with I i full directions end don't accept anything A guarantee or absolute satratnc- tion or money promptly_refunded ROCS with this preparation. __The Pincx Co., j Toronto, Ont. TUB WUIK3 illl'l y Card chairman, renprled thatj lu.e new intake was isstallea ann I dam repaired for the water mains, so, _ I lnat the supply would be ample dur Peterboro papers art boosting Jas. i u freezing weatlier. The cost: Kendrey, ex-M.P.. the woollen manu- one htm facturer, for. a senatorship. He IE dollars with, tho excejitiotf of well known in Southern hav- nundred and thirty feet of ten- i inch pipe which the town already bad on hand. I1 Red Cross Ball W C T Iforson, manager of the i A1J the VOBth and beauty, tho Canadian Bank of Commerce; Sea- lnarried" the middle the hach Torqn-i found them well nown ing purchased wool hefe-on a number, of occasions. ;'p forth has been transferred to i oron-, tno Spinst6rs found tnem to as inaaager of the Bloor and Lip- j selTe, enjoying the grand ball given pineott streets branch. His the Oross Ia3t even will be Mr. of. Phoenix. B.C. the assembly ball. The lad Ics of the oiccutivc were tastefully Aid. Bedfor o a passed a resolution calling for. .gov- ernment investigation into Dread prta-1 es, alleging one baker has severall Aid. Bedford of Chatham has had H oX uniforin! of the orler draped with the Uigest finest flags in the district, es, anthems .i tne music of tho oi-diestra, PieL car loads of flour at 15 a barrel, yet j cs was beyond ilia exjiectatlonb of s pleading high cost of.flour.as ei-1 Mr. l-ayne as conductor, cuse for raising rates.. feel proud of the artistic ef- forts of his fellow-musicians. The pro- Tnrnnlo officers killed in action re-1 grams also were a commonJable-tea- Toronto KI cu u officers eel cently include Major Edmund R. Street son of the late Justice Street, Lieut Stanley Arthur Walker, son of Rev, Geo. Walker, a_supera.-inuated Methodist minister. the from Pine and .nces. these medicinal iogredlenM healing vapors, which are brlathed doSrn throat and J.tonchlal tabes. Tha Pew is direct. SwjI- losing cough mlitures Into the .Smacb. tolure ailments and dta- ordera In throat and longs. Is in- direct. Peps are revolutionizing the treatment of colds, as their oclce Is within the reach all druggista, or Peps Co., Toronto. Major W. G. MoKendrlck. Lieut Murray T. Smith with the 95th Battalion of Esses tainly should be congratulated on the gratifying success of their social ef fort. As ever with such gaUierings are outstanding in their success IMC ladies' organizations of tho 'towr arc to be accorded the greatest prsisi ofTJ. Lieut Gordon McKendrlck, son of ,hc_f Women's Institute oificers, and the Cardston Relief Societies all aided most willingly in an earnest endeavor been seriously to the event linger The refreshments memory. i ny so pleasingly by the lied Grose officers tV lOr acoc, ivounded in the shoulder and thigh, to wear a smile that does not coma 7oM T. McCutclieon. tho Chicago cartoonist, having, bought "Treasure island, one of the Bahamas, a con- temporary suggests that the British would do well to keep watch oc that ikland It may have been' acquired in'oler to as German submarines. Mr. McCutch- oon'has been a prc-Gc.rma.ri cor- rtspondenf with the Oerman arroj. yet_nearly 'one hundred" dollars. tea"