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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1017 delivered. ptr dellTered MF yeor DaJly. br mall per year 10 J5.00 J1.00 by mall, per year by naU, per year to U.S..H.OO TELEPHONES Ba-me.-vs Qtfico............... 1S5 Editorial Office W. A. ftuchanjn PresTdent and Margins Director John Torrance Business Dates ot eipJry ol dally on address lalwl- Accept o' after eipirnliou daio Is our authority iht Krrlptlou. King and Country Need Ycu Right Nowl THE PROGRESS OF, THE WAR The sudden offepsKe developed by the "French on the Sofssons (rout has brought thorn one of the vic- tories of Ihe war irlLbin (he past few dBj-a. This sector of the from, which is at Uie lowest point in the dip of the German lines Into France, has beea practically Inactive for some time. Tho offensive this week was on a six-mile front, and gained ground more than a mile in depth, with "cncxs totalling already somo SOOQ. The drive fs la the direction of Laoa and will go far towards straightening the line between Reims and St. Quen- tin The newly organized parliament la Russia irill co-operate TflLh iho gov- ernment in a great effort to restore the morale of the Russian armies, acd to confirm In the soldiers the belief that onlr crushing defeat oE Germany bring real peace and the realiza- tion of their dreams of a true democ- racy." The Germans have Tafded the Gulf of Finland, and the evacuation of Kronslad has begun. The Auslriana on the Italian front, rein to reed from Germany, have com- menced an offensive against recently- captured positions now held by Uia Italians. permanent organization might have led to endless difficulties. If amalga- mation year can to made a sue-1 cess, tncu will be tho to con- Elder amalgamation for th? j with the Inclusion ol fairs from olher j towns fa Ihe ItuL everything depends on Ihe success ct tho venture, and U for the people of Leih- brldfie In parllcular to pull together to mate 1L A success In order thai the spirit of co-operation may be sLovrn to be the road to lasllug The Herald uuderstands thai some ol the loca! women's oreanliatlous are opposed to the ctampede feature of the program. There U a great divi- of opinion over Ihls subject, but there- can be uo two opinions-oter the Tact (hat the stampede held here last bummer was the biggest success and attracted more people than any event In the history of tho city .excluding the Drr Farming Congress international In. character and had goveramenl support to tne tune of 000. N'or can iiierc any IRTO opin- ions over the that the Lethbrldge fair board is In debt and must :ake the safest uray of [he indebtedness. There ara features of a Elampode which are obnoxious to some people, but on lljfc whole they are characteristic of the last great wesl, and If the features are eliminated, as they ecu be, there will he nolhlng to draw the fire of any or- gaDltallou ol worn en. The stampede s the bis drawing card find it should jc made the featura ol the 131S fair al least. Pickpockets at the Union depot, no-, An Increase In deaths from alcoholic glna. relieved passengers ol money'to the amount ot i2lP. r Frank McElroy. surprised by a ccm- gar Rt Hock Day, killed the wllh his shotgun, AUTO THIEVES SHOULD BE PUNISHED Tho facts which have come Lo 1 .over siilt n'" a." campaign put an 'end to to, wort Id, catch and wn'eii they are should be [no, puny fine 'of tlO and costs. inflicted. .An ej am pie should be ;T: made, .ql ..tie '.bfleuflers.--: Steallcig an autombbile even If 11 Is only lor a. joy ride' of _a''tew- hours -Isn't in tK'c Joke T J. f _ Owners .'of 'cars, would also do .well to take .Mayor -Hardle's 'advice and lock 'heir carEr3'lien leaving: Ihem on the street. i wno l" comment "Institutes1 PICKED UP PASSING foK 7HE BVsy MAN since uroholUlOQ was noted by the chief coroner In.Torouto, Fifteen tons ot milt Is OaVly shipped across (he SI, Lawrence lo .Morris- town, X, Y-, creamery, Captala B. Shaw bat been ap-1 Tho steamer St. Laurent was burn, pointed 10 take charge ot Fairmont od lo Ihe water's edge lu (Liugara) Military Hospital, Vic- Canal. Ihe causa being unknown. torla. John Home, a member of A and paint Industry to be the Manitoba board ot moving ptcluro started on Industrial Island will add censors, nnd o ultimo aldeiiaan. Is another fW.OOO to the annual payroll of Vancouver. Tho first session of tho fourth legls- There haa been a fcreal falling oft at Of Raskatchewan. elected on Vancouver In the applications for na- June last, lias been called To meet luralJzailon, only 5S bavins applied PJ1 Tuesday, November 13. Fire fit Lalsoflold dcslroycd two val- uable houses bplonglug lo Mr. Wes- toy Leonard, Workmen aro engaged in. rebuilding the burned portion ot the Campbell House. Aroprlor. James Sutherland of Hoi) road, Iruce Co., died very suddenly Just s ho was entering the Dornlulcm Ho- tel, Stratford. A, Ca man. ]f. HusseU. during 1917. A convention to Dominate a Liberal A Cobonrg dog has developed the candidate for tho federal Victoria con- art ol stealing milk from bottles at Trill be held at Tofleld He is said to poke down the Tuesday, Xov C [cardboard top with his apse, iheu en-1 _ Joy ihe drink. A deputation, of prominent (emper- nnce people has asked Hon. J- A. The weatherman has formed a un- ion government. Halt the members are .tb? olher dry. Thai's why It storms one hour and Ihe 5iin sblnes the nejsl, Gaatoh Plldn, a Montreal aull-con- scrlpUpnlsl, In a passionate address referred to Premier Bordea and Hon. as "dirty the Ottawa Citizen thinks, should lu- spire the, "After Oouf my dear Castoa.'J Dr. Clark Is the fusion candidate for the Red, Deer constituency. There Isn't much doubt about his'being elect- ed either. Red.Michael Is still fl Lib- eral but he Isn't playing politics for the'duration of the war. He is a itn- ionlst.'aud'unloulats are neither Lib- eral or CoDserraUve al this lime if they arc truly patriotic. Ray Knight Js honorary president of fair, board. The hon- or ;Ii, irelL and Iris unsnimous maies it aore t Vhen Ihe fair and being- staged the firsV.week of Auiist nfeil year even If he has (o travel thousands of miles for that purpose. -t meiitfoned. the other day that the new cabinet, ministers In A Iberia and Saskatchewan were, natives of Middlesex count j-j Ontario.- It Is wor- thy pf note that Hon. J. A. Calder and HOD, whose transfer to the union -'loyernment "caused, the also came from thai county. Watch out .for .a llllje boasting these days Middlesex old boys. Sustaining a (all at her residence In Catdcr to urge tho n .i r V-EHUL-I IU LirgtJ IDO U We land, Mrs. Hoy Bcattlo a tornier goi-trnineul v e ty of tho Do- vvcll know reslJcnt ol HrocHvn e, e, prolilblllon L at en hospital fa Saturday. Serzt. Geo. Coombs, an imperial the, sale ot alcoholic beverages. British subjects of In many engajjcnicDls, died nt t ho 'United being exempt uu- Owen recently, a-ed 7S. .Scrgt. der the altcn clause from the Amerl- Coombs was in Fort Da Ha -Ilassar, can draft, Kabul Clly. durtne .Ite memorable dlan army. by the Africans' fn IS79. Detroll's Liberty Loan oommUteo be called to tho C ana- Great e [Torts have been made to re- vlve shlpbuildlns In Wales. believes it has found one young wo- i Out of examined In Chatham man whose patriotism embodies ,Web-' Insl week, 201 were [ound fit and 157 ster's four definitions of the word, rejected. Miss Deulah Henderson, living nl No. 50 Oat avenue. Detroit. Is the name I yery Rcv. Dean tho retiring of this young patriot. She is employ- reclor of St. James Anglican churcb, cd in a, large Detroit music house at south' tendon, was' presented with a a salary of ?15 a week. Miss pursa'oC uold containing about J9DO. son gives ?4 a week [or the support of a Belgian baby, ways SlTTw'eek dues In Wjodior patriotic sends ?2 weeMy lo a brother In a French hospital recovering from, wounds, and" Is paying a vreefe for a 550 Liberty bond. She regrets she unable to do more. William R.VCawslon. ot Downle, wlieu In the hayloft, pulUng down hay, fell through tha trap door 'breaking hfs back. IIo lived only a short afterward. grew potatoes which weighed -H pounds, one of thfc number w three pounds. There passed away al St, Paul's llosultut, Vancouver, J Wise, one of the old-timers of Iho t-lly. In tls year. FersUteul protests continue to be received by ihe against Imposition, of this year's yrovlti clal surtax at Victoria. Benjamin Taylor, an elderly rcsl deai cf illrd at tho GPU eral h05pHal after being picked iip uucoiisclous on (ho street. Lieut. F. narrows, of Salmon Arm, has been (kcciMtcd wlllt the lllaiy Cross. HoMias been connect ed with tho Canadian field Artlller; since his enlistment. A peculiar Incident occurred at Lou don, Ont.. whfn Miss -Mary CnLlU, o London, received a poalcan from Toronto telling font tier brother Frank had died In tho Isolation Hos pllal, Tcrouto, of lilack fover, and hac been burted.- Hollering Ihero mue have been some mistake, Miss Cahll! irlred Iho Toronlo hospllnl nnd wn; Informed that her brotlicr was (here but was progressing favorably. WANTS AN AGREEMENT. ChrbtlaoJa, Ocl. on the recent American official stale ment concerning exports from llto United States to neutral countries The Xorstte IntcUlgcnsedler, lh'cars past, 1200 Ins.; ono black marc, spring coll; on? black'horse, spring colt. head of dish grade callle, Shorthorns; 1 Short- horn bull. 3 years old. good broow good shoata. 22-doutlfo illic eraln ilrllls; 3 8 It. Me- Corrnlck .2 16-16 Osborn disc harroue; 1 U-lii. John Deere sang plow; 1-I'-f-rni'OJIvGr sang J. Cane gang plow; 1'20-ft. Iloss %ien3 harrow; 1 16-ln, CoMishutt sulky plow; 1 5-ri. McCormkk mawrr; 1 [t. McCnrmfch hay rake; 1 16-lt. Camp, bell null surfnco pajkpr; 2 125 bushel'irraln tanks; 3 3K-ln. wagon gears; 1 70 bushel wagon box; 1 Waterloo gas engine; 1 Xo. 12 Do.Laval crcatmicparalor; 5 truck -miens; 7 hay J noree caltlfalor; 1 spring, U-agon; 1 bugey; 1 pump Jack; 1 2i7 bob iirA; 1 walklitg nbw; 1 blacksmith ouLdl and tools; 1 Titan gas tractor; 1 3-hoHom Oliver tractor plow; 8 Bets of heavy nork harndaa; 1 set of buggy harneat. HOUSEHOLD Oarlaad range; l.eilenslon cllnlns room (alile; S ehilrs; 1 dornode; 1 heating slovo; 1 bed Jlcad- ao bushels o! polntoca; 1 washing machine; forks, shovels and other articles, Everything Will Be Sold u the Proprietor Hsi Sold Hli firm. .TERfrfS CASH j LUNCH AT NOON S. J. Wrier' J. A. SMITH, AveOtfter U ATKIfjS, CONGOLEUM RUGS WE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT. BOUGHT ADVANCE m PRICE. STOCK IS 13XTBA HEAVY JUST NOW FOR ONE WEEK ONLY OUR PRICES AS FOLLOWS: GxO.Kemihir Trice.....> itegular Sale 9x10% Regular Sale Price 0x12 Regular Sale Trice HAYR HARDWARE CO. THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA It's Great Fun to Give Little Dancing Parties in. Your Own Home Ihe house, on (he porch, or on the lawn (rouble or annoyance if you have a Victrola Let us send one lo your home on our pay-as-you- enjoy plan. R1SCH LIMITED BALMORAL' BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE About Nov. 7 WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION af our fatin, eight miles south of Letlihridge.' v" j I About 100 head of choice catlle. Aboii( 20 heart of work horses. About 40 head of 3 ami 4 year old horses. 1 Nearly all brake to work. 25 or 30 yearling and 2-ycar i Choice lot ol sows and pigs. Machiiicry? etc. FULL PARTICULARS ANO EXACT DATE WILL BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY. The Felger Farming Go. Ltd. TELEPHONE AUCTION SAL! OF UVE STOCK MOISDAY, OCTOBER 29 1 Sale to Start it 12 o'clock sharp, ReQardleti of Wtithcr, We, th't underilgned, will nil at PUBLIC SALE, >t thi FARM OF C. E.'BITTER, 9. W. ft 19-11-21, Sixteen mllei'NoMh of rfillei South Eait of Barons, Eight miles ialt of