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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta rim' r.FTunnmr.E D.MT.T ULTOBER 26, ttb: Ueralb Blbcita Mr. Fieldiufi is a supporter ol uaton government because he Is a j Canadian first a pDlfilciau after- I wards. 2AILY AND Raieal Dally, delivered, per Diily. delivered per DaJly, b jr mail, per year ,........J WO Weekly, by mall, by null, per year to TELEPHONES OLDce EditorJil Office 1SZI W. A. Buchanan President and Managiug Dlrec.'cr Jobn Torrac.ce BaeineiS Pates ot expiry of ri pilots ap- pear dally oa address label. Accept- iace or yapert alter eipirMioa pur authority to conilaae aub- ecrfpllob. Your. King Country Need You Right Nowl There sbould be such an flfltal for more hotel ftcconimodat.oc la LeLhbridge tbit some finiruler will bear or It saJ mptlsni hotel which will tuaka iho travelllns public smite. Perhaps Mr. Flavello wiU take pity on us. He caii a packing plan I, loo, ivLcn lie's al U. Xova Scotia breeds uronounced poll- ticfacs They arc all always strongly for ono party or llie olhfr. U 11 nol stgnlficanl that two suco pronounced Ins clrrulaled from his and lifelong Liberals as Hon. W. S. Fielding and lion. George II, Murray arc supports union governmenl and also lhal olu advocate o! EJberal doc- trines, the Halifax Canmlcle. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The French, in their new drive, are now VI thin sight of Laon., practically striking distance of tbis city. -The advance is being coniinut'd, and the Germans are apparently in com- plete rout on this sector of the front, Where the attack Is being conducted along a Elx-milo front. This French advance iriJI straJghlca ihe bend in the line between Craonne and Lefcrc, and will win hack much valuable On the Belgian (rout another drive has opened, which is really in fart a continuation of the olfcnslTe which has been in progress for the past two or three weeks. SalLsTactory progress la being made. Tho on the Kalian front in their new offensive, claim to haye captured C.OOO Italian prisoners, and eallmate of prisoners. Lint! Is celling rapidly In Southern and some ol it U selling al urkea high enough to Etaller all re- conls. Bui don't let's hare a price boom again. Lei's have a boom for new settlers. Gel the settlers ami the land will be worth lhe money. Vacant ind which Isn't producing going (o aeke the empire any richer cor help.via ihe war. DROP PARTY AND WIN THE WAR Opponents of uaiou gurernmenl de- "a clare.they cannot.accept II because of the mismanagement of. the Oorden government for the past three years. People are uol telns asked to sup- liort the. old party goveromenl of the past tbrce years. They are asked to support a brand new government, com' prising leading men or both parlies. And people can especl better admin- HKWSIHirSlAlBl First Newspaper Work of Mr. Stead's in Alberta for The ilerald Robert J. C. Steicl. Ihe true bard of lie prairies vvbose verse bus everbeeu r------------------ i book of 61s verso ealitled Kitchener and Other 1'ocms. vthk-ri Is now bc- Ihe llusson Uook Co., ol Toronto. Tho collodion Is vritb that l al ode to Kitclienfir vhtoh wis writ- Icn on nlglil of Kilcliener's death. PASSING- UP IN THE BUSY a, contractor In Tor- Jas.-A, Is' a labor candidate oino Tor ,40 years, IB deid. Gait's population !s new au Increase, tor too year of 515- poi'ular nrJ whose western novr-Js are A union may oppose Ilou. bccomliiE even more so. has imblished Sam llusUes- Dr. Rcibt. Colltson died al South Edmonton. He liad practiced lUcie for Somo delegates to Four Con- sorvallve association's mcetlns In Tor- -------was rlrrulatt-d over tho camo ,Q of lhe Western Associated Press. This poem was copied Ibroush'oul Tl may have been overlooked thai A, Crerar announced in hla speech al Winnipeg that the new gov- ernment had undertaken steps to con- trol the "packing Industry anil regulate the spread of prices between live hoss atd bacon- The new government. empire, and was highly commented upon In London. Tho Iwok Includes other verse more recently frooi Mr. Siead's which is to be found many war poems of a stirring character. Ac Introduction lo Ihe -volume. Is written by Dr. Allison, professor of English Llleraturo in Wesley college. Ho says: "The tnooJ In which Mr. Stead has conceived and written the most pow- erful war poems of this volume Is ex- pressed iu the central lyric, "Why Don'i They After reading lhat pensive Interpretation of the war sadness in our hearts tbat noisy dembnstralfons of farewell to those ileparllne for the valley GI Iho dreadful shadow, wo why Mr. Stead avoids Ihe hur- rah, superficial style of patriotic verse. Ha could write that forl, If he would. doesn't seem lo be afraid ol the park- Du" hc a fine 'o[ ,he fitness' Ing Interests, tbougb Its opponents of things, and tho eiqulslle little elegy, that it !a a tool of the big in- 'He Sleeps in Flanders.1 shows nbflily to penetrate Into the. heart of things. (o sllr the depths of ihe Is In his note of reserve, ills serious appli- cation ol ideas, to life, Ibat Tlobert OMmeal porridge, by the aid of Ibo food controller, threatens to hick the; Stead to tho-men of the West prepared breakfast cereals off the map.--Well, profiably the change Tron't do any harm. Porridge and skim milk s supposed to be the stun to make Ihe brawn aud muscle though It may not sound Jilst so Mfaultlu some of the popular dishes now gold over the counter by means ot a classy box and wrapper. as their foremost poet-" readers lo knon- thai Mr. Stead's firs! newspaper work In Alberla was for the Herald, some years ago. One. of Hon. JV- W. RovreH's reasons for entering the union government Is that tie came to the conclusion thai no "purely parly government was! Lo the tasks which faced us In Canada in further proseculron of the var and in dealing vrllh the prob- ._...____________ leins groTTlng oul of the -as Ihe reply. "And durlnp which the? met and deniollsli- does he BayT1 they queried. hc'ed many machine gun ntals. Quo replied, "Joffre me, 'Well, Jean, when la infs awful war to That's about. It Nobody knows, not even tDQ expert, who sits In the arm chair iu the clnb back home. a; small handful of United Stales senators have formally express- ed Ihemselres In open debate aa to was by a determlded German officer with a large body ot men who poured bullets upon Ihe armored sides of the machine with- out effect. Finally-the French "offic- er In command descended tram Ihe tank and with his revolver forced toe whole group to surrender. Another lank found a batler? of field guns facing It.' As soon "aa the lank opened [ire half of Iho artillery' what acllon "should be taken on the men threw up their banda while the demands-for of La Toi- lette of Wisconsin, but Ihs .privately through tho local branch. Mrs. Ilulldege, wlto of _Dr. C. S. Kuttedge, of London, was seriously burnej at her home when her klmona caught fire over a gas store. London has had an offer of anthra- coal, delivered to the municipal fuel yard, London, which is lo bo es- ul irom lo per A week's membership campaign by the Young Women's Christian associa- tion of Montreal lo adJ 1000 members, lias resulted In the enrolment of HIS new members. D. A. Carey, Toronto, referring to tho Ottawa despatch which staled thai he would probably receive the appointment to tho uudeT-secretary- shlp ot labor, said that It was all news to him. Ex-Mayor Trudell, of Cobalt, who left there a few days ogo on a hunl- fns trip, was brought to Hnlleybury of IDES. last year, Winnipeg, Oct. clearings for the week CD dins today are, 2G3.233, and for the corresponding week lasi year, Ottawa, Oct. clearings, week ending today, Halifax, Oct. clearings fof tho week emling today Montreal, Oct. clearings tack. All the wounded Germans seemed delighted irlrli toe swiftness and skill with which they were Lraal ed by the FrencJi surgeons. Toronto, Oct. clearings week ending today last ear London, Oct. clear- Ings this week, last year Quebec, Oct. clearings this week, last 'year, Fort William, Oct. clear- Sc ferlj Himi THE HOME OF THE VICTROLA DUYERS who desire the BESTi from among Pianos can get it wherever our Pianos ,316 Sold. The name "Mason Risch" on the fall-board of a Piano is the sign of highest grade and best made, and ABSOLUTE guarantee of sat- isfaction. MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK 'FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIDGE Calgary, Ocl: clearlngg [or Ilia week ending today iRSt year Moose Jaw, Oct house returns for this week last year Edmonton, Oct. this eek Lasl year 430. BcBins, Oct. clcarlces tbls week NEW CABINET APPEARS Paris, Oct. re-organized cabinet vlll appear before the cliam- bcr ot deputies this afternoon. In view o( the fact that only one mem- ber of the cabinet no minis- terial declaration will be made. remalnder bolted only lo fall beneath a hall of machine gun bullets from the monster. cipressed opinion of manr or them U lhe advance nro- thab tho Wisconsin man will nol be' ceeded rapidly and the units reached She -rarlous objectives Vllh regular- The new union government baa al- ready Increased soldiers' pensions by 40 percent. It looks aa If Ine new ad- ministration were human, anyiYRy. and that .Hie "stale has a right lo be bbatidoned hut with the breach so i refiesfalfii no mailer how dla- blocks gone. Dead .horses, killed by .0 Ihe rest o, the scuseion of tbat phase lq gel lho weapons orer or The rule In politics seems to be lhat when a man agrees with you, laud him to 'Ihs aklea, but when ho differs, the for -worda thatj will describe him as an arch traitor. Some of lhe small lowna and d's-, tricls of lhe soulh would lltto an CK- flanatfon of Ine reason Calgary's 191S 'hLrlollc. Fund allotment was reduced while ell olher -llMrlcla Were either the same or Increased, loyal of Uie question, according lo Senator j the" marshes' nijJoining the Alsne J. Hamilton Lewis, ol Illinois, ivlll be I canal'over whfch most of; the bridges one of the Tllal fealurea of the bcren making the rc- ,4 w 'treat of arUKery Impractrcable. Follelle debate when it comes off nl, of machinc EUDS were the ncit ecasfon of Senator I capiurct1 D7 the frcnch and many of i, T7ho 'is bitterly opposed lo I-a were turned on the Ilcclny Oer- Follelte 'and lhe other anti-war ob- Elrucllonlats, ncvcrlhc-lesa userls lhat he senate, In arriving at 113 conclu- sion In the IA Pollette case, will hnvc lo lake Into conslderallon the fact lhal lhe population of is one-third Ucrmah and One-lhlrd Scan- dinivlin, and thai their senator la only voicing Ihelr opinions. The-.Calgary News-Telegram (3 re- organizing.- Well, so long as they don't move Lclhbrldgo any closer rte cenlre ol Calgary lhan they have done in the past wo won't kick. U looked for a while BS If the T. were blot Lolhbrldge off the map, Grain growers Iji conventions dur- lr.( lhe past two ycira fsrorcd union 'ibal they 'it, sbonld support It'. It .may nol be composed, just as they would desire will never COB lUluled.' i Certain Liberals, who oppose union 'fy', dnd denounce Llherals Vho support U, aa Irallora, would nol put In that NEW (from Our ORTI c'orrcsponfjen New Dayton. Oct. Mrs. Rot Itlsengcr left for Eaten, Ohio on Thursday and will upend the winter wjlji home- folks. Mr' atid Mrs. Kcnzlo and children vreoL to UEhbrMge on Thursday. Selld Boyd called on frlendg (n Lfithbrjclge 'on Friday and return- ed 'home on Monday, Mrs, Barnyard from Chinook! Montana, Is lhe guesl ol her par- enta, .Mrs, Davo Drake and family. Ulr, A. JIorioD, Mr. H. Oliver am] .Vrv A., florrlU. n-cnt to IxjlnNrldge for medical examination for lho new law Ibo (Jrsl ot the week. >liea VVIoule Follen a rent Monday artd Tueadny TvJlJj her relations al tcthbrMge, Air- artd Mrs, A. KcssJcr and family ipetit Tuesday la Lclhbrldgo. '.'f mans, n-ho'had.left plenty of amniun (Ion It la reported thai 150 cannon' hare fallen Jnto French lands, but the number Is uncertain owing to tho condition of the bailie- 'leld and lla width. .Tha same im- cerlaJnty applies ID Lhe total number of hundreds of Germane being encountered on all of (he [leld marching wearily back to the French lines, The elghl of Ihe (ovrer of the cath- edral of Ixian on the horizon p. few inltca away gpurrcil the r'rcnch Bolcl- lers lo wonderful efforts of endur- ance and Bwtflncss of "movement. They wenl on deiorrnlnedly (n eult of thn leaving parties behind to clear oul .collars and taT- errs which disgorged hundreds o? de- moralized prisoners who seemed as- tounded at tho fastness of liic-fr de- foal. With all scyere ffKhtlng on a battle field where the dermai" held Blrong poalffona where (hey ac- cepted Uie challenge of lhe French army to a stand-up combat, tho French casualties were remarkably low. The French troops c.f all branches arc Juhflanl over (he The atUHcry, Infarjlry and flfrmen. mut- nally praise each olhor'J work. One colonel commanding a reiffment whlrh participated In Ibe ballJe nt Ha hardest puinl, declared thai Uie UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and Implements at lhe farm of S. J. Atkins, four miles North East of New Dayton, Sec. 1S-6-1B, W. 1th, on Monday, October 29th, AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK SHAHP WORK HORSES One mare, 6 years old, 14SO ono haj- gclillng, 5 years old, Ibs.; one bay gelding, G years old, 1350 Us.; one hay mare, G years oM, 1300 Ibs.; one Hack marc. 10 ycara old, UQO Iba.; one bay marc, 10 years old, 1500 Iba. one Ijlaek KoUlnJ, 11 years Old, 1550 !b3.; ono Ijlncl; gelding, 12 years old, 1550 Ibs.; ono black gelding, !i years oW, 1600 one hay 7 years old, 1300 Jbs.; OTID Ijay gelcJing, S years old, 3300 one' bay mare, 6 years old, 1100 Ibs.; one blaek gelding, 8 years old, 1150 Ibs.; one maro, C years old, 1550 one mare coll, 1 year old; one bay mare, Z years paaL, 1200 Ibs.; one black marc, spring .-colt; one 'jlack horse, spring coll, 42 bead ol high grade calllc, Shorthorns; 1 Short- horn hull, 3 years oW, KOGS 3 good broovr aown; 18 BOOJ cheats. 2 22 disc Honslor grain drllTa; 3 8 ft. Me- Cormtck binders; 2 10-16 Osliorn rthc, harrows; .1 U-ln, John .Ducrc Bang plow; 1 H-ln, Oliver gang plow; 1 H-ln. J. 1, Case gang'plow; 1 Uoss yood harrow; 1 IC-ln. Cuckshutt sulhy. plow, McCormtck mower; 1 lOVi ft. McCormfck hay raho; 1'16-fl. Camp- bell suli surface pabkor; 2 12ii bushel grain tanks; 3 wagon gears; 1 70 busliol .WagOn bat; 1 2% h.p. M'aterloo gas engine; 1 No. 12 Do Latal cream ecparalor; 5 InicX wagons; 7 hay racks; 1 horse 1 spring 1 buggy; 1 pump Jack; 1 2i7 bob slcil; 1 IMn. WBlklns plow; 1 lilsckimlth outfit aftil 1 10-20 Titan gas. tractor; 1 S-Soltom Oliver tractor plow! S Bets o( hcavy.Vork harness; 1 sol ol buggy harness. HOUSEHOLD 1 Oarlind range; 1 extension dining room tftblo; 8, chairs; 1 eeraodo; 1 -Love; 1 fir-il nfoiil; 9N bushels of potatoes; 1 washing macMnf; forks, shovols and other arllcloj Everything Will Be Sold ai the Proprietor Hat Sold Hit Firm. Nov. 7 WE WILL- SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION iit our fanii, eight miles south of Lethhrirtge. Aboiit 100 of choice cattle. About, 20 head of work horses. About '10 head of 3 nnd 4 year old horses. Nearly alt to work. 25 or 30 yearling aiid 2-ycar olds. Choice Jot of sows and pigs. ry, etc. FULL PrtRTICULARS AND EXACT DATE WILL BE ANNOUNCED SHORTLY. The Felger Farming Co. Ltd. TELEPHONE B 411 TERMS CASH J. J. LUNCH AT NOON J. A, SMITH, C. L. ATKINS, Clerk. AUCTION SALE OF LIVE STOCK MONDAY, OCTOBER 29 Sale to Start nt 12 o'clock Sharp, Regardless of Wefllhcr. We, the undersigned, will Bell al PUBLIC SALE, al the FARM Of C. E. RlTTER, S. W. Vi, 19-11-21, Sixteen miles North of Lelhbrldne, Fourtcon mlloi Bbulli Eaet of Barons, Eight mlltt c( Nstls; ford, following dcicrlticd proptrty: 175 HEAD OF hcail of cakee; 60 head of cows IA calf; 12 yearling lielfcrs; 11 yearling Etners; 1 2-ycar old hclfora; "H i-year old steers; 11 cows with calf al side; 8 cows milking; 0 com-a coming fresh soon; 1 Itcd rolled bull, 3 years old; 1 ncglalof- cd Shorthorn bull, 3 ycara old. 21 HEAD OF black marc, S years old, In tosl, 1400 Ilia.; 1 bay mare, .6 ycare old, In foal, 1ICO irllli colt nl sldo; 1 black 'marc, 4 years old, In (oil, 1300 1 black editing, 4 years oM, 1S5S osocl tiUck marc In foal, 1300 Ilia.; i IHlIct, t years geldings, 2 years old; 2 fllllcs, 1 rear old; Z geldings, 1 year; 1 bay aniillu hornn, 9 years o.'J; 1 aaJJIo trony .s'llh colt at aide, 7 years old; 1 black I'crchcron slallion, weight 1075 Ib9. Salo 39 Closing Out Their FRfU TERMS CASH B. A, JOHN9TOM, Auctioneer, Cilgtry RlTTER, TALBOT i BON3, J. A. QOW, Clerk, Bironi ;