Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
HERALD JUtbbtibge UetalD letbbrfofle, alberta QAItY "JM4P VVKEKUV inscription delivered, per D.I17, delivered, per year by mail, per Weekly, by mall, per year Wmklf, liy mull, per to TELEPHONE! Business Office Editorial OftlM............... 1-" W A. Buchanan John Torrsace Managing Director Business Manager Dates ot eipiry ot subscriptions ap- pear dally on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration data is eur authority to continue W. E. Kuowloa. Liberal M. de- livered an address at n Cross meeting In Moose Jaw. It was so (mo a de'livcraiico tliat the Moose Jaw Tory, reported it as having been delivered by W. Willoughby, Conservative leader in Saskatchewan. Mr. Willoughby didn't speak at all. The Tories are even prepared to rob Liberals ot their speeches. What next? Wo have just received a copy of Uie Canadian War Pictorial and the only criticism wo have to offer is that it Is a pity it wns not issued from the very becinninc of the war. Now that It has been started It should be well supported for it portrays better than words can tell the life of the Cana- dians at the front. The number we have just received is excellent in every respect FAMILY DOCTOR'S esnonslbllity 'or raising tho halt mil- "Ridoath" Clothes WEDNESDAY. OCTOnEK 25, 1 Your Klnj and Country you 1 right now! 'The Liberal government ot Quebec j lias voted one million dollars to the Patriotic Kund. That is proof that the Quebec government realizes that the Quebec people arc loyal to the allies'in this war. even if they are The serious position of the men. Bourassa and ian forces following- the capture of Because They Did Her Good RocrioN, Q., Mth, 1016. "I suffered for many years with ter- rible Indigestion and 'I had frequent dizzy spells and' became greatly run down. A ncighb'or advised me to try I didsoiUul to the surprise of my began to improve, and he advised me to go on with I consider that I owe my life to "Frail- ___.____________-------- j-tives" and 1 want to say to those who turer. and prospective suffer from Indigestion, Constipation or mavor of Winnipeg, lost hi Frult-a-Uvcs' and you .COKISE GAUDREAU. OOc. .1 boi, G size, 2Sc. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit, i a-tives Limited, Oitawa. T, BUT THE MOST IMPORTANT THING OF ALL-THE RIGHT LACKING. Ridpath The House of Fit and Service PHbNE 730' FIFTH ST' for j .1 THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Constinia by the Teuton forces IE commented upon extensively In Lon- Lavergne don't carry any influence with Sir Lomer Gouili and the Quebec Liberals. don. The capture of this fort places noV threat upon Tchernavoda. which point is the bridge that pro-; It wps Mr_ Murray. !he man whom vides the only crossing of the Dsmiba tlie Dominion government refused to between Bucharest and the ses. Com- accept as secretary of the National Hirer, nun j" v- i i mayor of Wlinilpos, lost his left while out shootinK. The Rev. II. II. Pnulln of Winilsor. has boca apliointeil clianlalu nf tho 241st Scottish Lionierers, and has re- signed his pastorate tn aecepi tlie post. new battalion for Queen's Univer- sity has been amhorm'd. it is to bo a 'Kilties battalion, anil will be romuiMld of Prof. P. C. 15. Campbell. JI.A. Pte .1 Kellis. a soldier of thu battalion, died at the Snrccc camp hospital Saturday from the effect of drinking bay ram or somu oilier lorm IEIIOBE (Special to thr Magrath. Oct. special com- of methylated spirit. between Bucharest and the ses. Com- accept as secretary of the Nations, j Magrath, Oct. special com- O. C. b. Wallace, jlete possession ot this bridge will I Serricc ciommiEsion, who first brought j mIUoe ol- the town council appointed Ontario open the way to the Rumanian capital, j the attentlon of the government the at the last meeting fwm, nntintoiwa was n.-..i not uer- Mayor Ririe aim Alder I The retreat from ConsUnza was j fact. (ll-ut iuBJuifiictufers were not per- tccompllshed by forces with ;to'. sen direct loathe govern practically no loss of men and very ment but had to deal through middle- men. Had the government heeded his warning there would not have been so many war scandals. It looks as though the government didn't appre- ciate Mr. Murray's tip. Otu- Own .Cardston. Oct. stormy wea- ther during the past week prevented .much threshing in this district, from one to two days being all that was in this vicinity. However, at The Sunday school Is the place of j t anil instruction for the young nml the: Hi 1 hPi Bible is the text-hook, sail Her. there was also O. C. S. Wallace, of JlontreM. a the; ba r cla a m aml al. linptist Thc ground was so soft that the bundle teams found iHKicul- Rirle and Aldermen Bemilon j marks'Vresident Wilson's I ty ill getting off the fields with any- and Gibb. are working on the electric i for re- thing like a light proposal and will have a report Uttm.de toualtl Ins .campaign I to make at the next meeting. T' are before the council, one from little bootv Von .Mackenscn s armies, nau me however, are pressing the attack, and I warnhlg there have been i the Ellison and one have already.taken one or two more villages on the road to Tchernavoda several hundred prisoners. The outlook at present is a dark one for Rumania, but the military critics point out that it is not ret an entirely hopeless one. __ The Serbians ore winning fresh suc- cesses each day fighting In the Cerna region on the Macedonian front. In -France the British have success- fully held all the ground 'gained in the -attacks ot the past week. THE TARIFF AND THE COST OF LIVING It is not surprising to find an agita- tion afoot in Ontario for the removal of the duties on foodstuffs. Ontario housekeepers are feeling the pinch of high prices and they look to the tariff as the cause of the trouble. Back In 19114hey .thought othenrise. because the manufacturers led them to believe that reciprocity, which provided for a free exchange of food products, would industries. -Hardly any in-; dustrien were affected but the manu- facturers thought free interchange of foodstuffs iris the thin edge of the wedge and that they -would suffer later. The Ontario people' yielded to the pressure ot. the manufacturers. Now they blame tie tariff for the rapid1 advance in the cost of living and they demand tariff relief. The tariff'is to blame. Every cent woave him "ay that he is confident he from Mclvin Godfrey. The Ellison -Milling company will put in an electric lighting system im- mediately If the town will grant them a franchise for five years and collect the money from users. Owing to the extremely" scattered condition of the town it is not likely that they would be in a position to wire the entire area, but the system will be extended as far as possible. Although the exact nature ol Jlelvin Godfrey's offer is not known, he mada the statement at the meeting, during the discussion of the subject, that all he would ask would be the franchise. i The committee have met G. u. I Green, manager of the Ellison Milling i company, and Mr. Godfrey, and it is understood that they are now ready to make a report in proper form and at Magrath. Oct. reruns proper time. While nothing defl- iwas no town in the province that didjnlte can be announced, it.isi Hely mat more than Magrath according to of the propositions wil 1 be: con- ulatlon in the'matter of funds for thejsidered favorably as the .own council British Sailors' Relief Fund. The to- i, agreed that the time has come when fal sum collected was tin. The tags Mograth should have this modern con- were sold on Friday so that the men yenience. leaving to resume work on the thresh- ing outfits would not escape before paying their hit toward the support of 'he dependent ones of the boys of the navy. It. was a, proud moment for Act. AI uuie.. Kimbnll-little more an one day's work was done, about clay and a half being the average so far as learned. The roads too. are very heavy and hauling to market has Lieut W T Koough. Vankleek Hill.! practically stopped. The yields are Methodist, and Lieut. E. .1. McDouaUl, varied goes Alexandria .1...'.- .1..- v 11 P re-olected vim be id ijieui. fi .1. j vantMi uiiu me w- Alexandria, Roman Catholic, have in this part of the country the better been nupolnted chaplains of the 154th are the yields per acre. During the (Cornwall) battalion, at present at i drier season exactly "voi-sp is the reverse (From Oiir Own Carresonndentt Magrath, Oct. there and the frnlt grower, and the packer to boost his price. The B. C. apple grower by reason of the tariff Increase, is getting more for his apples. I" the duty on canned goods bad bean re- moved there would have been no sjich 'increase in price as 133% in a year. Surely our canned goods manufactur- ers and our packers are big enough and 'efficient enough to compete with other countries. They bare been tariff protected -long enough. .Mayor Bennion, who bad charge of the movement, when he phoned head- quarters at Calgary that Magrath had to the appeal for The dance1 given :by the fund com- mittee "Friday evening was a signal success Three handsome prizes were given 'to the ladies selling tie most tags. These prizes were offered by the town council, Mayor Ririe and Aid. Heninge'r. The first prize went to jjrs AmQS .Peterson, the second to of prptecfive duty enables the canner. Migg ReTa Bennett and tie third to P' IA (ICKED UP IN Mrs. Bruce Cope. Merrill Neilson, a prominent young man of Magrath, left laat week for a mission to the eastern .States in the interests, of the Mormon church. Be- fore departing Mr. Neilson Tvas ten- hall. OUR TREATMENT OF THEI INTERNED ALIENS At' the Morrissey internment camp nnttber of the German prisoners of out on parole; that Is, they are allowed their liberty and led and clothed by the government to long as they report twice a day to the the contrast: it was only three weeks ago that the cue of one ot our own boys in the person of Sergt. Snowden, of Coal Creek WM aired in the British House of Commons, it was proved that he had been kicked In the by a brutal German officer while lying wounded in a German miliUry prison. This is from the Fernie'Free Press and the comparison it offers is per fectly correct. Canada should havT5iv Vntl 5'fr Afts ey don't suffer. When a orn appears they end it. We re urging you to join them orns are needless since lue-jay was invented, o they arc absurd. You can prove in one min- te that Blue-joy Sto j orn aches. You can rove in two days hat h ends ther orever. Won't you? :Ecd2tjent Druse" Alto Bine-jay AUER BliACK Mid Kow Tort1 understood the school Ine will be that representatives boards along the sou andered invitations to present and inspect the building. Our local paper has a sporty edit who'is pitting tho members, ot t school board'against a basketball tea from, the town council so that an i tlatory game may be bad In the m gymnasium. The losers are to su ply a new ball to help equip the gy Tuberculosis Rapidly Increasing Among Children of Belgium and Northern- France. More Food Urgently Needed to Keep up Their Strength An interview with Mr. W. L. Honnold American of the Belgian Relief Commission, brings to hght a new_ danger tuberculosis, due to the lower power of res.stance consequent on "this seriou, danger, the Commis-io, appeal, can afford "cncTyotir tubscrfption weekly, monthly'or in one lump sum to Local or Provincial Committees, or B Send Cheques Payable to __ Treasurer PETER STREET. MONTREAL., FEEDS A BELGIAN FAMILY ONE MONTH. Liasi Relief Fund Subscriptions sent to W. A. Buchanan, of the Southern Alberta Belgian Relief Committee, Lelh- brldge will be forwarded to the headquajj-rs !n Montreal.