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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAT.K FOUR v THK LKTHHBItKTK WEDNESDAY, OC1UBKH 24, ISl'ri alberta 7AILY AND Subscription RaUi. ttaily. Selivered, per meet .10 Daily. delivered per year ......J5.M dllr. by mill per year.........KOO .Weekly, by mall, per year......SI 50 Jtoekly. by Kill. year to U.S..H.05 TELEPHONES Bujlneis 1 ErJiiorUl Offlce............... H W. A. Buchsnin President snd Manasitz Director John Torratce Easiness Ion, since Sifton has been the choice they allacls him for In win Burden. fcust bury our pre- judices and jet together. Canada will never eel anywhere In this war It the partisans dominate things: While Liberals lesenliue union eovcmEwni with Sir IloVerl Borden al Ihe head, Conservatives, It must be remembered. not hapl'y about Carvell, Calder sud Siflon. The Moose Jaw X'ws has been a consistent Conservative v3Per a proDDunceJ exilic ol Hen. Jas. Calder In the past. 11 -hy Increases. s tc made. Ex- perien.cfl lias eslabllahcd lba( the old allowances' were In mkuy cases, un- fair and and the revision of Ifae pension llsl, wilb the provision for heller treatment for certain classes, should remove the grievances that have etlsled, Increases are justi- fied also, by Vho Increased cost'of Hv The pension. In man? cases, did not provide for proper maintenance of the dependents. mean a big increase In our obligations as citizens, bul we ought to bear them gladly, for If classed deserve well-at bur hands, they ore Ihe wounded soldier and dependents of the men who have been killed. The Tieil Increase lo be announced ihould be an Increase In the pay of ''soldiers. There Is every reason tnr an Increase. While a goldter's .aervlcea cannot be based on dollars J Ih'ere Is every JanlBcalion lot better pay Tor oar soldiers. When Jim Cilder and Frank Carvell are prepared lo Inirv parly prejudices. It ougbl' to lie easy for other Liberals to do likewise Liberals wio reaent Borden leader- ship must not forget that a lot oi Tories find U hard work gulping down a.. Bordeh govcrnmeat with Arthur SIILon la It. almost Inslanlly yards at Walerford. killed in Ihe Do Intention ol Ills qulUlug tuo Labor onitu nnJ girls crossing Niagara Uvor lo (ho Lifted Stales tuuat Lavo passjwrts wllh their photos on them. North Grey Liberals decided not to nominate a candidate at present, but await Ihe enunciation ol Iho Liberal leader's policy. _ _ Rlfiti Darlos. senior mcolior of the firni pf U. Davlra Son, drygoods relisnls. Is at Urockrllle. lie >vaa 93 years old. For over KO years tie n-as in business there. Tho dealh la announced ot Mrs. Dayne. wife ct Rov. K- S. Uayne, Ma- nou, N.S., ilsufeUtcr of ths late llev. A. Mnnro, ValleyReld. r.E.I., nud sls- lor o( Ilov. J. It: Munro, Phoenix, B.C. formerly of-Taber CONGOLEUM RUGS WE HAVE JU3T RECEIVED A. LARGE SHIPMENT. IOUCHT IEFORE THE ADVANCE IN PRICE. STOCK IS EXTRA HEAVY JUST NOW tlr. P. T. Coup.lflbd of St. Mary's has bought an old carriage nnd black- smith shop lo remodel aud equip It for a boys' Y.M.C.A. This year's "war" crop of potatoes Jn Ibc United Stales Is estimated ni. bushels, an .Increase, of bushels. John F. HyJand; candidate for Ihe New Tort mayorallr, is' suing the N err York World for dam- ages. .'ji -l f The SchuylkiH'.1 Canal, virtually abandoned for Is be- ing "used again toHransport coal to i, Lieut. Xonrood MacleodT son of TI, G. Maelecd, maoaser aiid'al the house, but also In around.Iho present In England, is reported to stables, barn nnd yards. This Trill'" be an up-to-date farm .when his im- provcraeats are completed: Tag Day fpr the Red Cross, Satur- day, was-a great success, those charge are delighted with th'e result ot the day. "AT rt 13 more Important that Canada shv-W, Ic-.iiliiB lo Hold its beail up during ,-tbe after the war, than that Its people should scrap over leaders and goycramenls.. (From Our own Corrcspooaent> Jlagrath, Oct. broke out a Friday erenlns In the corner build- ng owned by Coleinan just east tho Trading Co, ,Thc dulch .work if Fire Chief Godfrey and the new re righting apparatus sated what might have been a disastroua flre. This Calder was a hardshell Liberal and. supposed .to believe In patronage a'a a part of parly power. Now ws Qnd him declaring himself the arcb- enemr of patronage- Union govern- ment IsnH so all. In his .Winnipeg speech Hon. las. A. said parllsausbip was bnrled when rrnlon' gorcrnmcnt was formed. It 735 supposed to be burled but an awful lot of It lias been rrsur- BURYING PREJUDICES It is difficult for partisans to drop their partisan feeling. We find Lib Wall to union gorernrncnt Hibert Dordcii Is at the fccjd' ol It, and COnaeryatlres trill II beraiise Liberals, Tllb. whom ftoy bire been fighting bltler parlr lii tha pasl, like Frtnlt Carvcll Arthur SHlon tad Jainn Calder, hat mcmbera ot IL: No anlon t could bfl formedy fha Iho partisans.. livsjt find fault somewhere. 1! Bor I, Invfrom'Alberta In Arthar Slfton, Liberals wonl Bowled it wasn't Slt In the union goFernment tbc tbree ralrie nrOTlrices" hare fire repreaen' allves. In the late Eovernmeni they tad [our, an4 In tho Laurler govern ment ther had one. Union ment Is fair to toe west. John MacAulay, of Wiarlon, Liberal candidate In North .Bruce, has an- nounced his decision to support the uotoii government. In an open teller to ihe electors he points out that the naw cabinet i3 ''made up not of party men, bnl of experienced leaders ot both parties In whom the followers hare confidence." "Now be "generous stout It, you Don'l be half-hearted In your approval. Forget the misuses. They were not committed, lomorrow, bfl yfialerday. The war la not behind us bul before, us. When the war la ove and you atlll wanl A scrap, tbcn In Lhe devil's name go to U. (Laughter) war going on, with, al Itj heroism, lei us thank Oocl that w i chanCfi 61 calling Her. IJr.' (Halph Bor) tddrcss al HamlHon. have died of Tvounds. The Branlford municipal elecllon pot was. started simmering vn'Lb. Lbo announcement of Aid.' Sf'A. merly Toronto, lhal he wag a 'candidate for! mayor. R- a fbnner publisher of Ihe ,Afgu3, of SL 'Mary's.' has pur- chased the N'orlh Ontario and has talceh. possession. He rolurncd from oversea vice. Fire breaking ou{ in a pile of 4D Ions Q! soft coal, It had smoul- dered for several 'days, endangered Lhe exlslence or Building, UranlJord, ODD of Ihc clly's biggest business blocks. The Karl of Orford was married re- cently aL N'etley Matthew, near Southampton, lo Mlaa. Emily Gladys m m Initant Reliefl "Papc's Olapcpiin Ends Your Forever, Wonder what upset your portion of the food did the dam FOR ONE WEEK ONLY OUR PRICES AS FOLLOWS: Cx9 Kepilar Sale W.25 Sale Sale Price 9x12 Regular Sale Price HAYR HARDWARE CO. THE HOME OF THE VICTBOLA We're Glad to te Judged by Our Piano Quality apd by Ihe consideration given our patrons. Thriffy and exacting people find i( pleasant and profitable (o deal wilh us. Therefore, let us suggest that YOU buy wisely and from (he "Fac- tory to Home" firm. MASON fi RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL-BLOCK FIFTH ST. S.. LETHBRIDGE Cakes, daughter ol Iho Tlcar or Ihe you? Well dtml isfer. oxllnct on the llie prcacnl Irosg. cleared- School re-opened again 'Monday morning after being closed for two weekfi on' account of thc'epldcmlc.of diphtheria, which Is now ahonl amolh- ored ouL only two or three families being under quarantine.' Seventeen nice Christmas boxes were on Monday afternoon by the packing commltlc'e of the Red Cross and sent Id our boya overseas. Each one contained fruit cafco, candy, gum, chocolate, called peanuts, oxo cubes, sock's. hancHer.chlofs, wristlets, etc. The balance of Lhe parcels will be packed the latter part of the week. Mrs. Elmo Qeddcs-of n. C., Is hero vlsldhf! her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. IT. P. Qeddes. slave traders when a .iilb-lleutcnarjl PRCEL'CTIOH- OF-fifeWSPRlMT Oct. of American newsprlnl paper for tho nine months' ending Spnlcmber SO Amounted to -tona, as against tons for the period laat year, the federal trade commission announced today. Tho figures flre based on reports from 36 companies operating more lhari 56 mills. Imports, cblcfljr .front Canada, for ,lhc (Irat eight nrfor.lhs of Ihtf (IrcscnL' year lolalled 35S.1KI compared with for the sanKf In eifiorta jear fell from ravcller. Ho wag rhlpwrocked. anil Khich coals only fitly cenla for IrcJ on a desert Isle. Aid ho foUBbt ,arge M6a a[ dru( Ir, n the nosso-nirWsh war. Ho hunted W0nderful-lt fooa and Ihlnga straight, so eently and easily OF CANADA Are Yoor ChRdren Learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and should have a personal. Account In the Union Bank ot Cunada, with opportunities, id save regularly, nnd training in .how to expend money wisely. Such tn education In thrill and saving will InvalusbU In later LETH3SIOOE A. F, S, T.lum, Manager BRANCH' F. V. Cntn, Manigtr BARONS BRANCH J. Manager. WE WILL SELL BY TTJKLIC AUCTION at. oiir'-fariii, eight miles south of Lethbridgc. About 100 heart of choice cattle. About 20 head of work horses. About 40 heart of 3 and 4 year old horses .Nearly all broke to '25 or 30'yearling1 and 2-ycar olds. I.'. ChoR-e lot of sows and pigs. Machinery, etc. ''FULL PARTICULARS AND EXACT DATE WILL BE- SHORTLY. The Felger Farming Co. Ltd. V TELEPHONE R 411 ACTON SAL LIVE STPCK MONDAY, OCTOBER 20 Sale to Start at 12 o'clock Sharp, negirdlesi of Wtalhtr. t the undtriiontd, will sell al PUBLIC SA1-E, at the FARM OF C. E; RITTEH, S, W. 19-11-21, Slilten miles North of Lelhhrldje, Fourtfen rnllei' South East of Elgh( miles east of Nobl.- f6rd, the following described irt HEAO OF 45 head' of crtvca; 60 head 61 cows IA 12 yearling htilfcrfli 17 yearllne steers; 7 Z-yoar old holfcrs; H-2'year'pld 11 cow.i wlih calf al side; 3 cow.s jnllklng; 9 cows coinlnB (rbsh soon; 1 tied 1'olled bull, 3 years old; 1 neglsler- cd.Hhorthorr, hull, 3 ycura old. 2) 1 blnck mure, 8 years old, In foal, 1400 1. rrtnrc, G years old, In foal, 1400 Ilia., Kith coll al sldoj 1 black rriaro, 4 years old, In foal, 1300 1 black Eelillng, 4 yean oldj'1250 'Ibs.j 1 cec.l blnck niaro In foal, 4 Milled, ycaAi old; 3 geldings, 2 yearn old} 2 Illltej, 1 year old; 2 geldings, >i liayyia'ddlo horsu, 9 years old; 1 nildlo pony with coll it side, 7 ycara old; 1 black 1'ercheron stallion, weight 1076 1W, Urtretcrved Owners are Clotlno Oul Their FREC NOON TERMS R. Auctioneer, CHgtry RITTER, TALSOT OOW, ;