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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRmCE DAILY HEHALQ OCTOBER 26, 1010 letbbrfoge letbbrfoge, Btfterta AND WEEKLY Hitu: Mtlf, delivered, per week >itly, delivered, per year ...IE.09 UBUTUlvu, j Ln f.A v, by mall, per year Weekly, by mall, per year by mall, par year to U.S..H.6D TELEPHONES Business Office Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrinco Unnaclnr Director Business Manager .would have uo blockaded. We havo been attending to tlio needs of our men figiuius mi land, and must' continue to do so more ami more each day, but wo must not forget tha the men who hevo enabled our soldiers to croaa the Atlantic to England, and from England ncroaa the channel to Prance, and the mou who will aec that they got back safely to Canada again. An appeal is being made for the British sailors. Wo are Pttei of eiplry of subscriptions ap- pour dally on address label. Accept- of papers after expiration date is tur authority to continue tior. of the navy. These men who out to sea In ships, never return again, am working for Your King and Country need you right nowl THE PROGRESS CF THE WAR While the Rumanian situation was beginning to assume an alarming as- jpect for the allies, the French electri- fied their allies by a sudden and bril- liant thrust at the almost-forgotten ,Verdun front, in which nearly five toiies of ground and many prisoners Ware taken. Caught off their guard the army of the Crown Prince on the flense fell away before the French on- as the dispatch describes It. straw before the wind." The fchief attack was made in the vicinity bf Fort Duamont, the scene of so tiauy fierce engagements in the fa- jnous battle of Verdun, and which Inany times changed hands. The vil- lage and fort were wrested from Ger- man hands, and the whole defence was Jrashed far back. The Rumanian situation becomes biuch more serious with the evacua- tion of Tchernavoda, the town at the head of the bridge which provides the crossing of the Danube which the retiring Rumanians can utilize. Other towns along the Danube have also been taken by the Teutons. Halifax, N. S., Oct. 20.-AH lights, except a few shaded ones in the west and north ends, have again been or- dored turned off in the streets of this asked to raiso ?2500 in Lethbrldgc. ot and all Winds must be We can do It if we only get into our drawn OCCordliig to orders .-Just sent hearts and minds a proper apprecla- out from military headquarters. V.h> '.her a visit from u transatlantic -a-...........-- lights will he turned out be- They ore keeping the Germans tue naval and military authori- our'shows They are winning the ties fee! Unit it Is is the war for us! for without the navy we only made to headquarters, would have little chance of overcoming makiug their way through the powerful and mightily prepared lit streets were cheered when Germany. These hoys need comforts city "officials announced on Tuesday cheer iuat as the soldiers in the that the light would soon be turned ami cnaer, juai j- mirn Canada. The foreign born settle I Jg jjecauae jjncle Sam Is farther n communities by themselves, cling I ay -o their old customs and speak their own language. That is disastrous. We must mix them up and bring them The Victoria B. C. Times reports that H. C. Brewster, M.P.P., has re- into contact with the best of our ,rom a hunting trip. If he was The trouble has been that they as was on his political OF [THE STRIKE A ireit disaster to business been avoided by the settlement of the trouble between the 0. P. R. and its traicmbn. Whili the matter was under _idlscussion, Httle information was con veyed to the public to enable them to gather any idea of the meriU of the demands or an appreciation of the company's position. All we do know Is that in the past the railroad and its employees have been able to settle their differences without trouble. On the present occasion the country came dangerously close to the cessation of frame on a great railroad, and it is gratifying to know that as the nmil moment, compromises between the men and the company brought about settlement At this time particularly _: it-would iwve been a treat cUsastar to lave a strike on the C. t. R. grain crop and our coal could lave moved and stagnation would have resulted in the sections of the dependent wholly upon coal and grain. In fact all busineie would have been tied np. To those responsible for the settlement, whether the gov- ernment, company or men, or all them, the country is grateful. into touch with the worst side of our lifa- social meeting place has been the saloon. Nothing to uplift them there. We gave them the vote and then started out to bribe the voter hunting expedition, game must have been heavily depleted. A Socialist candidate for Congress from New York state has been accused and at once make him think the fran-.{ not haTing kept his religion promi- chise was only a cash consideration. nent duritlg p-.yjous term in the It isjrue that the political parties: House ot Representatives. His reply the new citizen, worth repeating because it is an of emphasizing the serious value of he franchise, we have made him look upon the vote as he would a hag of potatoes. "To get rid of the system ]jgion intQ politicill 8flairs: we should'fine or Jail the man who! j am going to be a member of the bribes not the man who is bribed. sixty-fifth Congress, andno ignoramus What'must the new citizen think of of Hall kosher-ham sand- wnaL wuai..yi.c ,.nn Wen me from it our laws when he is fined ,or for accenting a bribe, and th lor avicpuuA uuian wuu who made him sin is permitted to sit.not in Washington that I in-the'hlgh places. He will not think Wa8 jew. why should I? Washing- expression that rings sound and should be heeded by any man or any set of men who would attempt to bring re Jailed wich statesman ton keep me from it. It is only a cheap Tammany Hall poll- tician who would tell you that I did (ICKED UP IN "ASSING.I THE CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA lias established a branch, at Regina, Sask., with Mr. C. E. McTavish as manager. Western owners of Chevrolet cars, as v.'cll as prospective owners can get the kind of service they wish by writing the Regina branch, instead of being obliged to send "down East" for information and parts. 'CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED REGINA, SASK. FACTORY AT OSHAWA, ONT. A coroners' jury censured the au- thorities for not having properly __ l guarded Jos. Montgomery, who ended At the Ontario School for the life while in custody at Belleville, Belleville, a new system of lip read- Out., charged with his brother's mur- ng is being introduced. This is known der. as the Muller Walle method, and has >een adapted to the English language. While the 'Missionary Society of the Church ot England, in Canada was SasTlCc-'otenay, died'at Victoria. She1 won. received announcing was born In lilecillewaet and lived at Westgate, one ot the for some time. that Dr John R. Christian, of Edmon- ion with the R. A. M. C., has been awarded the Military Cross. He is a brother-in-law of J. A. Macdonald, for- merly of the Toronto Globe. S. Phillips, B.A.., well known in Ontario as a high school principal, and latterly as one of the Gore Bay district inspectors, has retired from active service at the age of 69, after [orty-four years in the teaching pro- fession. At the age of eighty-four, llrs. Louisa Costigan Morton died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. B. P. Hea- ton Toronto. Mrs. "Morton was a resi- dent of Montreal until fibe years ago, and was one of the best known wo- men in that city, both In church cir- cles and as an educationist. She was tho- first principal of- the Montreal Girls' High School under the Protest- ant Board of School Commissioners. esgae, one o who had been interned by tho Ger- mans in German East Africa, had been released. The Chateau Laurier, Ottawa, hes hoea fined and costs for a tech- nical breach of the prohibition law, in having lirtuor stored on the premises. On October 7, the police found sever- al thousand dollars -worth of liquor locked up in the store rooms. It was brought out clearly .that -no attempt, had been made to sell the liquor, it having been kept locked up pending removal from the province. THE ETTST J'Arl HUMSJN HE 111 ers to Europe to terms in regar The cheese factory at- Fraakford, trInBgI.essions, was the ai sstroyed by lire. more than two nun !nt, was desti The Salvation Army is-building a hall at Camrose. Nelson, B. C., Is asked to raise 000 for the Patriotic fund. W. H. Lowrie, registrar of the eolll- ty of Russell, is dead. Samuel May, billiard- table manu- facturer, is dead at Toronto. S. Price, a leading Toronto dairy- man, Is dead. Brakeman B. Moaoghan was killed in a freight wreck on the G. T. P. near Camrose. A Vancouver concern has secured contract to huild ships, for .Nor- Chicago, Oct. Chicago Journal prints the following: "That Charles Evans Hughes, if (elected president, will make it his i especial task to bring the allied pow- to ice given more than two hundred ermau Lutheran ministers in a se- nt political meeting in the Kaiserhof otel Friday night. "The pastors, who came from all arts of Illinois, also were told that r. Hughes 'had especially and plain- stated to a committee of ministers iat Theodore Roosevelt, under no conditions, would be considered by im as a possible member of his cah net.' "The secret meeting in the Kaiser- of s banquet rooui followed by a few ays a similar session held in the Mil aukee hotels. Meetings are to be eld in other cities In the next few ays In the effort to line up. the Ger Esn Lutheran clergy of the United tates for the Hughes-Fairbanks tic et." much of Canada, its franchise or Its 1WS.- We boast of our high type ot civil- ton and America don't care what my religion they don't care what bis religion is. I am a Jew in religion in all else I am an American. Any ization, but up to the present it has man wno goe3 mto a Catholic district not elevated our new neighbors from and plays Catholic politics; into a Pro- Europe, because the best of district and pur civilization has not come into poimcB, ls a traitor to contact with these new citizens. The foreigner has met the saloonkeeper, the party heeler and the crooked man in business, but not the true repre- sentatives ot our best citizenship. should be the bed rock his church and to his people. W. C. Tully, of Peterboro, was fin- ed ?800 because a license inspector found three bottles ot whiskey in a. cellar of Tully's two ,mpty wWskey bot- for our citizens. And it is We find many instances where in a The package was sent from few years it revolutionized a com- Montreal. ROYAL YEAST MM MWHM ftpst ever 4U.TM, MMunu MM WHH moist ImgH tlwi ttixl wWl mn MII nul tMIMt IMf JWt M f IN EWO1LLETT COMPANY LIMITED A WNNmio ONT. .Geo. Mills, of Yarmouth township, Ont., was drowned in a well on his rm. John H. Stafford, a 'pioneer hop grower and horse breeder of Prince idward County, died at, Picton. Ro-ert Hastwell, superintendent ol the InternatiiMal Malleable Iron Works, Guelph, is dead. G. A. Inksetter, of Htm ilton, died of wounds. He was dvll engineer. Corp. Hugh Munro, son of Rev. J E. Munro, Oakviile, Ont, was killed in action. Toronto labor men charge the mtn ufacturera with seeking to flood country with "scab workers." Lieut T. Williams, who was dscor ated with the military cross by Ul king on Saturday, though he had bot legs amputated, Is quite happy am refuses to remain In Kisknd. He rsturning soon to his home In Sai katchewan where he is- marriei George Hannay, a former provincia constable at Nanaimo, B. C., was sei fenced to three years for misappropr ation of a few hundred dollars of gov ernment funds. Three years ago Man nay disappeared from Hanahao I In company with a young I California he got Into trotaole and wa to la (JuentiB Quick Way to End Coughs, Colds and Croup Am Bxeclleat, HOBM Htmcir you have a severe or chest t ...Kid, hoarseness, or difflcult breathing, or H your child wakes up during tho lUl with orouo tad want quick lew. iust try this pleasant Ustmz wiu-BUde cough remedy. Any drug- rirtVn supplv you with 2V4 (50 eents Vour this Into iK-oi bottle fill thc bofile with llain nauuleted sugar syrup. Thus prepared, you have 16 ounces of really is- ocngh that .can last- in wmj. wuw. loosens raises the phlegm, slops Ihroat tickle and sooOws and heals the irritated membraae. ttat line the threat and tubes with such promptness, eaw oerulity that it is really, 1'inix is a special highly eoneen- trotal compound of Eemiine korway plM extract, combineS with ud notci for its spud la overcomimt severe eounhs, throat and chest colds. Its millions of enthusiastic users have made it famous tte world ovtr. There aw nunr worthless imitations tbis noted mixture. To avoid Dpintraeit, ask for "2V, ounces of Fiiex" wits full directions. don't A iruarantee of montr promptly ex w accept urthlxt else; A absolute montr po refunded, roes ttlns The Co., P.M( And handle B. 0. Apples and help over one hundred B. C. Apple Growers who are fight- ing in the trenches can secure them irom The Lethbriige Mercantile Co., Limited }Vho are'Southern Alberta ijeadquarters i'or 'British Coluinbia Apples ;