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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta rilUHSDAY, OCTOHKB 20, 1810 )NE OF Till') BRITISH "TANKS" IN ACTION Sergt. W. Raley, Lethbridge _ Makes Supreme Sacrifice Lethbrldgc'B most prom xid the sup] the field of aso. was always a lender among the going t" the schools here, and later In Rumanians Able to Resist At lacks of Teutons on the Transylvaaiah Front BRIDGE AT TCHERNAVODA HAS BEEN BLOWN Ul lernld "at" that time. Sergl. Haley asseil away two days later at No. 3 learliiE Hospital Icrgt Win. Haley is a Lethbridge ov Though horn in Ottawa hu has ive'd practically all Ills lite here be- lli' educated in the public and high "boo s here. When the war broke ut he was attenrthlK university ol and immediately Joined the ifiicers' training corps. On his re ce vine his degree of B.A.Sc. he .mine liaiely joined the Canadian Engineers a private, going to Ottawa u ith Ills mil -th Field Company, Third Divi- sional Engineers, for .training. On to Kllgland the .unit trained a Shorncliffo, and on going to the front when that institution was started. He was an honorable likable young man, and his death 11 action will be a cause of sincere re erot to ill --i ll the people of Lethbndgc Lieut. Scarce Haley is with the Cist Battery In training in England. Bobbie Scott Missing Another Lethbridge born boy pearlng in the casualties kNc ap Believe the Railway Employees Have Gained Valuable Con D. Robertson Given All Credit Ottawa. Oct. D-rcnts' ment that' the impending strike ha Drai aumont.-and also FortA'aux yesterday were repulsed by the Germans, tho statement adds. On British Front, London, Oct. 26. "During the the British official state- 'today, "the enemy shelled Ueav. ien Eau court L loenfs and mfilll- luimj i ilv our front bc-tween Eau court T _ n___.r-, 'ATifl In UoToland, Ohio, Oct. President Wilson has now 'be- 'come an out, and. out favorite, at odds of 100 to 80 in Cleve- land betting, than a month ago Candidate Hughes was a 100 to GO favorite. Even money is offered that Wilson will receive more popular votes in the United States than Hughe's. NEW WORLD'S WHEAT KING FARMS WITH ALL THE MODERN TODS Trust account 119.00 Subscriptions .collected General account---- 103.25 Trust account........ 8.18 Pledge account---- Temporary relief loans 51.1S7.57 175.26 OK I'ASE 3) New York, Sun this morning publishes a story on .high mat Sir Donald Mann-and Sir William MacKenzie have complet- ed negotiations for. the purchase of the Minneapolis and St.; Louis rail- road. The latter .runs from Watertpwn, S. D., tp; the Cana- dian was constructed by M. win Hawley, and his associates tor the transportation of wheat and other, commodities. Through a man closely associated Sun says, Sun says, it Grand Trunk was also interested C. S. .-loble hat threshed a to- tal bushels from acres This beats the world rec- ord for 1000 acre, by 2185 bu.h- els, and is an average of 54 and 23 Ibs. per acre. The 1000 acres was completed this morning, and this makes--a tota of 1403 acres already thresh- ed, giving an average yield over- all of bushels. At least J50 people witnessed _the CONCERT FOR THE V SAILORS' RELIEF The concert to he the lag, for the BABY'S EYES WORTH U in superior court, who gave Judg- ment idr.Uiat'araouiit to tho parents Mary Ruhio, l.'year old, against QHV the total over the bushel mark on the C. S. Noble, farm, Nobleford, was hauled away from the machine. The event has aroused great interest everywhere on the 'continent. Grain men-ffom south of the line have been asking for complete records ot the crop' Prospective settlers write Mr Noble every day. So it. isn't a Hay the Board of Trade, Manager Kennedy of the Merchants Bank, J. Harris, P. Waddington, A. J. Black- burne, Geo. B. Mackay, J. D. Hfgm- B. Rossiter, A. V. Gibbons, the Herald representative and others from-Lethbridge. From the head- quarters of the C. P. R. department of natural resources, Calgary, were' Mr. Stokes of the publicity department and moving picture photographer ing the pictures for the department the Chicago office having made special request that the'event be iilmed that it might go down in history. Other representatives of the south were 4 M.L.A. of the district wnn Wumph, though Southern Albertans bene fit of the sa! 1 interesied tlmu Abbayfii anil .uca neighborhood of the Stuff and Zollern SuMs (north ot the River Somme, in France) We successfully raided thj enemy trenches, near Monch5e, and also northwest of Arras. Consider ble damage was done and prisoner! taken." I BRUTAL HUNS ARE with Mr. Noble in various farmtni ventures in- Southern Alberta, and bankers from other towns in the south. And the people of were as excited as in a Fourth of July celebration in an Arizona frontier town The school-children were there for Farmers and their families who are proud of-the show- ing of the Noble district were on deck, almost as anxious as Mr. Noble him- self that the event should come oft as scheduled. 'As for Mr. Noble and his assistants, they were here, there and every- where, welcoming visitors, keeping ___. ti.nir uroria Calgary, Oct. 26-Although; there have been several rumors lately as to when battalions now quartered at the Sarcee camp would be. located for the winter'it was only this morning tha Brigadier-General commanding' military .dtet.net No. 13 issued an official statement The units that will remain-in Ca gary according to present arrang) ments, are the 211th. and 187th, to, gether with the 13th Special .Service fompany, the training depot and hospital, the provisional school of infantry, A.S.C., some .portion of the Dental corps, of course, the head- battalion will go to Red Deer and 'the 218th and 233rd to Bd- monton._The 78 battery will reman, a, corps .will, of course, A M LI.A. 01 [lie wnerw, in' which the record was made; A. B. j lab on the loads of gram as 'Quayls of the Carmangay Sun; Mr.! hauled :to the elevator and Wilson'of Carmangay; Mr. Milne, of, helping the movie man get in Clareshoim, who has been interested and ey were close Taking This Means of Attempt- ing to Force Peace on Allies Byrme, Oct. consequence ot the disgraceful requisitions of Germans, famine Is at the doors of Belgium. Meat is unobtainable, but- ter potatoes, so essential for nourish- ing the population, have not been seen for some time. Want of pro- visions is-making itself more and more felt, and -prices are becoming impossible. Here are some of the offi- cial flgares: CoBee 7s 6d a pound, sugar 3s; chocolate 10s, cocoa 12s 6d; soft soap, which before the war was sold at for 2 pounds, now 3s 6d. Petroleum has become scarce and only can be obtained in small quantities. The almost total disappearance of sea fish and the excessive cost ot meat have made mussels popular as food. The object of the Germans in starf- ,__ -nnnigtlnn is without doubt demand peace, Ger- man agents are striving to throw upon Great Britain and uppn_the blockade the entire responsibility for the situa- tion. has been oTllary nubio, I itazzuon, a .for the JlM, nearly It was a icgod l e miuwue already been provid- It was'aiiciieii ;'ed to care tor the baby's eyes proper- ly at uirtll and now the eyos are sight- f favvv III- ilitiuj JlodO has already been provid- ed. rany are more interested anynody else, and were out In force tn witness the event, and congratulate Mr. Noble and his assistants on their fine showing. At least halt a dozen auto loads from Lethbridgo arrived on the ground about ten o'clock" in tire Ir, eluded in toe party were Mayor Har- die, President Marnoch ana SewMtfy Snot Wheat......... Local Track' Wheat October Wheat October Oati October 1 'WEATHEB 'rirtVitlVVilVilni from the city who. as they saw the grTn pouring from the tnresmng a.a- chine, developed a suddeji of "back to-the-laama." Ii mf- countenance displayed a touch of pride during the morning, he had good rea- son for being proud. It isn't often such an Blotting occasion happens on a farm anywhere. As a rule farming is hard work with mighty few. thrills. OK A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR Lethbridge will have, a dls-. tlnguished visitor in its midst next week. Hon. Rupert Gum- ness MP son of Viscount Ivea'h is to speak here on he half'of tho British navy. His mission is to secure recruits h0 is sev- eral naval officers as well, as >.iE L-iiH Oweidolen Guinness.' Hon Rupert Guiu ness belongs to a distinguished family and Is well knowtf m the athletic world, having won the famous diamond sculls at Henley. REUff PARTY Panama, Oct. 2C Ernest Shack. leton, who has arrived hare from Ltea fwu. wiH ie..e Sunday Jor v' New Orleans, on his way to San Frtn- IV. ho nrlll MfAlT e cisco. From that city he for Australia, to to KSOU8 the Shackleton a rellel party of thj Ielt ;