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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR rim LRTimniDGR U.MI.Y SATURDAY, OCTOHKK 27. 11117 P A I LY A N D W E E K LY Inscription Rales: Pally, per wees .10 Dill'. delivered per yee.r ......S5.00 Dally, by mall, pel year.........tW n-eeklj-. bj- Weekly, by tcall per rear lo U.S..42.00 TELEPHONES tKSco ............-f Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan and Managing Director John Torratca Business lUnxgnr Dates of expiry ot subscript dally 'aa address ImbeL ance of alter expiration cur to continue tt pendencc-, will have been iu U lo prevent this, to defend our rljih'.s. and to niake an order- ly scd Just peace In (ho vorM tost W6 ore at war. I'anaib rails on ils citizens for hlsb and uobla-servUfl. On some II 'calls for wrvloa in fieid: on otters (or service at homo; on all. it calls for financial support. The farmers of Canada will surely re- spond eagerly 10 Ibe mil for aub- stripllons to the Victory Loan. AN INCIDENT FROM RUSSIA. An incident related by Oregory Mason in on article oil the 'Two Krocls in Russia." appearing In a re- cent Issue oi the New Turk IB enlUjbtenms. A peasant, and It may be mentioned that yeasiat class ure not In sym- rf.OM Invariant Inmt London, Ocl. corre- spondent at British headquarters In Belgium In a dispatch received tbls evening says: "The appear to be bar- ing (he brunt ol tho Klandere flBh'.lns and ore openly- compbuilns tbat the Prussians are escrtflcins ihenj. "The German'barrage .today was erratic, the shells flinging, up- col- umns o[ spray from pace's at water. As result the nriuili very light. Dtjtetcd ".Most ol the prisoners taten, PICKED UP PASSIJVG fOR F. Stan-art Scott has. been nominated MY. B! D, Thomas, bcsl unionist candidate In South Water-) loied -man ft Hapllsl convention ot Ontario wJ Quebec, dleu, aged about 75, et'hlf.resilience Grluisuy, Charles Palloa. an inspector on me where ho'had jKea rellrci lor souie London 4 Porl Stanley railway..was yearf almost Instantly killed in the St. fho- mas yards, Major' p a Mr. Sam Charters. M-M.P.P., recclv-' support of both Liberals and Cbu- Bervatlves as candHala lor 1'eel in tho data Is Your. .nd.CountVy N.ed You THE PHOGHESS ,Tho: Austro-Germao ollenslve against the Italians on tLe Isonzo front appears to be developing serious proportions. The l of Ine entire Austrian ajtnv', relieved from any ne- cessity, ol guarding the Russian front, appears io Lave'been massed against the Italians, and relnforce-J by Ger- man divisions, have swept forward over a wide front, and hava taken many thousands This Is only another indication ol the real strength ol the Germans who are not only able to assist In this great ol- tensive, but are apparently able to Eustalu the ferocious .tirasts of lie alUes on the ireslern front. Here, however, they are poor and shattered. The moro ialelll- gent et ILem were or the unanimous ol Ihe workmen, who had 1 oplnjon Qernumv had only a J. "VY. Miller, nominated some timo ago by the, Liberals of North'Cattle- :onj constituency, will contest the of union eoveru- found employment in Fslrognd. ivcd who ivas as something ol an orator, attended one of the Indigna- tion meetings of (he anarchistic work- Ingmen ivblch are held everywliere in Pelrosrad now. Most ol these are held on street corners, but this -was a more important meeting than usual, and a hall was acquired. AlUr sev- eral riembers of the Industrial Work- ers of lie World. had recwtly come from America, had outlined ihelr vleva of th-e necessary curtailment of work 'and increase! ot needed fhance for a tolerable peace, they feel tbat Ihn winter will tell, a Isrrlble tale In the ialterlsnd. They said they had bsen told that England was In as bad ft plight -is Germany, In Iho mailer of fDoJ, but Ibat IheJYuld uot believe It. All the men agreed that tha Invincible German military machine slowly was being pulver- ized." Frvneh Made FuKhir Paris, Ocl. Lhelr offensive In Belgium, French troops have captured Oermin trenches north ot the objective) reached yesterday. the war-office announces: The text ot Ihe jtalenient follows: nient. Every bridge for inlles-up trie. della Cools Valley. In nrlUsh Cclunl-' away by ood damage has been suffered. North Esseji Liberals welcomed the invitation to join In a conference [be Conservatives, though they unau- Imoaslyenclorsed the candidature of best lango dancer In to uiher In the social millennium, I some..one called on this'peasant, to spejtk. He ascended tne- platfom. and fiftet iiotlcirjg that there- was an exit from the hall at the rear of the stage, he declaimed as follows: the action between Drelgracmei) and Uraelbank captured new German tren- cbes the-objectives, reached yesterday. The offensive 'continues under standlns the. difficult wndlilpn of tue (round. Prisoners have'been'taken. although I am a hmrd-i ..Qn th8 Aisne [roul the nlsnl Tiorklnfi laborer, I have had time In [calm, being marked only by the In- my life, to be something of a student.'-lermltlent artillery actions, espec- ParllcuLrly I have studied social lally In Ihe region west of Allies. j "On the right bank of the Jteuse en- questions, economic slatlsllcs, and giving I mathematics. My studies have proved emr allaclis against one of our tren- ches north ot Chanme Wood and In plain Indications o! an early forced1 to me conclusively that liere It the (orcsl ol Apremont were broken retreaL The EtUcks are too severe enough land In Russia so that every and loo coDtinnous lor them to iviLh- Etand much longer. General Halg ap- pears to be ready lo continue the lighting throughout tie .winter, and in: this case the Qermins will v.ery qnlckly lind themselves In a bad way. MR. FIELDING'S POSITION The Liberalism ot Hon. TV.-S- Field- ing cannot be questioned. For years Premier of Nova EcotfEnd later the honored Finance ot Canada, be has enjoyed In a'signal manneT, tfce respect of the Literal party. He Las on the most intimate terms with Sir _Wilfrld even' since paWp lite In Fielding ,1s a real Liberal and he Is nlso a. patriotic.Canadi'an. He fs pre- pared to: sink parly prejudlcej L In or- der Ibat we'should present; as nearly Iiosslble, a unMsd to Ihe ene- my. He Is trilling lo carry party dif- ferences over until-filter the war. ilr. Fielding-is not. [orsaltins Liberalism; he Is merely prepared to scpport person can, aod ought to, have-four una'rfd .dejlatlnj of good, rich foil." shouted the. crowd. "Hear, hear! This fellow is a wise man. He knows what he Is talking about." the speaker con- tinued, Then (he applause had sub- Elded, "out that Is not all. As 1 said up by our fire. There is nothing to report from the remainder .ol the front. "On Thursday evening, German avi- ators threw down twenty bombs large calibre on Dunkirk. There were thirty victims among Ihe civilian pop- ulation." Hum It British Front In Belgium, Ocr, [By the Associated hoek Chateau, on.the Ypres fronl, which the British entered .yesterday, was In the hands ol the Germans to- day. Hard lighting Is continued. Canadlanc Helping before. I lave studied economic prob- 1-ms and social statistics with the greatest, care, and ms the result ot my researches I can tell yon that there la no need for men to wc-rk hard do. The world's work can be done, all the manufactures we need can be made, It each workman wbrXa but two hours a" "Splendid, cried the.mob. "Tbat is what we have always said. Two hours i day Is enough. Yes, yes, this fellow Is Indeed a rnan ot great wisilom and learning." .'-'flat'hear me, cried the peasant; "that is not ail. Not only have Ihe dirty capitalists been cheat- Ing as.out.'of our Lime, but my pains- taking- researches have proved conclu- thai alms lo concentrate) slvely that 1C Ihe robbery ot the capl- all energies, of. Canada, upon wla-J eliminated end nil waste cut uing tee ,vrar. 1C that government out, ear.h man ElioulJ get as wages lives up to its platform, he says It de- serves the backing ol patriotic Cana- dians'. If it fails to carry out Its plat- It can be opposed. Just now ilr. Fielding prefers lo give a union government a (air chance lo rnake good, rather than be a (aull- findln'g partisan. CANADA'S VICTORY LOAN AND THE FARMER It ll every cltlien'c duty to .por- chess a Victory Bond, If hi la In to do EO. Every patriot will Re- gard It as a privilege lo participate-in the Victory Loan.' He contribute directly and eSecttrclr -ta the succe.iafn.1 prosecntloa5 of tha'war Germany has forced jpea Canada's leak Is a timately touches of ua. j 7on and mo. II we do not trin 'Uils war, we must prepare ourselrM for grara changes in our Insrllntlcns ftnd The terrible condition of the ground prevented as much ol nn advance yes- Lerday as was desired. Nevertheless the main purpose of the occupation ot the. Bellevue a.chieved.. 'The Canadians today are rilgglrig-iu across ilhe neck of the Bellevue Spur weil of Passchendaele, the dominating Titnl position. Yesterday" the Cana- dians were compelled by a counter at- tack to relinquish some. captured ground on the crest of the spur, bnt Hisy foneht their way back resisting another counter atta'ck last_nlghL Mooso -Nominations Iho In the proylnoloV constituency ol Itobllii, Alan., uiaJc. rAcant Ly (hb reslgitntlon .'of fornier.rjieiuber, tike irtaco.'- tjri Monday, .Kov. 12, polling will takc.'rlace on lion- dny, Nmvl9, John D. ilcLaven, o( Hob- Un. returning 'of- flcer; L. Mitchell, dnigBlsl'oC Rob'llu 'village, 'Is -already Mu the Held as Uic Liueral candidate. No ouposltlon can- illdatc has yet donnilely come Into (lie field. The first annual sale. of. tho Maul- (otm Sheep Breeders' association, lielil Pa., ivas. discharged re- Draudou, was even more ol a suc- cently frdm'a railway office, avery girl cess lnau antlctiutcjl. 'ahcen lo tha employee slrn'fk and' finilly the strike I >'allll> of S0'5'0 cftingine hands. Tua ol iyop'athy spread uulil about 500 highest price iiaiil mas for "Suniiy- emploj-eea joined in Ihe movement, and a division lie-up was threatened, and" thus'tbe'young man IVRS relnstat- ffl the Klstern Townships Liberal-Conservative assorlatroii held nl A resolution was passed endoV'shlg the war policy of the government. Meetings will bo called In all tbe> counties in tho eastern townships ot pronilurnt Liberals and Conservatives with' the object ot de- ciding jointly on candidates who fa- vor the union Eovernme nt's policy, Mrs. Carrie .Chapman Catt. presi- dent of inc. National American Womnn Suffrage Association, made- public a letter, from President Wilson, In which the hopo Is expressed that suHrsge may win In Xew.York this fall, and that the plckedng of Uie White House by cerlaln surfragelles may not ad- versely influence public opinion. Frank A. Munsey has purchased the historic Stewart building and property in New Yort; at Broadway and Cham- bers Blreet, 'erect .upon the site a irjDderrrbffice building In-'whlch the New York Siin and the Evening Sim will have a- home..It will fur- alsb a fitting, headquarters for Mun- sey's llagflzljio and the. other..- publica- .Munsey. -.-The pro- sjt apprdsiniately for his two hours' work twice aa much ms fcje_now eels (or-eight honrs." .This lime the outburst ol applause was dcafen.lng. The enthusiasm of the crowd was Indescribable. Men hugged, each other and threw their rips' onto the .plalfprm beside the They would have mobbed him In Ulefr joy bnt for his violent signals lo be allowed to continue. .''Now, he could be heard .uylng at last, In a voice already cave only one thing more to tell He paused. Impressively, his brow, glanc- ed 'Bertonsly. behind then I have stuilled matherai- ,tlca life. mayfay 1 am some- "ttlat taihority" on 'sUtlstlcs. I anura yon. that never befdre Iii'ppe place, mi one lltae, have 1 seen ini'mbled eo many'damn He was out throagb the back door tions' owned ueriy Unvalued Some prominent Toronto Liberals are taking objectltn to the announce- ment made that the. Toronto Liberals would contest Toronto seals In which. union' eovernmeptVcandidates' appear. This anno'uncefbelil 'vfag maMe'a.ltor a mee.t iKg of the of the'-To'ronlo -Reform' assoclaUonUn the oIBce of C. W; Kerr. Ihe pfeildent. Edward Fielding, for many years a strong Liberal, now n unionist, said Sir. Kerr had, no righl to make such a slaleulenl for'Tofonlo Liberals. slilo knocked doivn to Tliblna: ol Harding. Mnn., for 5105. The animal Is nn OjforJ- Ilowns brecfl that came from Iho herd ot A. D. McDonald C Sons. Xaplnka. Another good price wns for a ram riilsed nt the llralldon espcrlmen- (al farm, wlilch'was knocked down to G. C'. ol AfcGrego.'. for SSO. Aboul two hundred sheep were sold. -THINK (CONTIVTJED fHOM .FnOJfT Pldl) to lead a dlSennl sort pt. lila .from before they could get him, bni It {9 that which we bad lo that whtcb onr to glvo us the rlghtrlo live. Wa-ahall Indefinitely laca tie (cterferenn of the Prussian auto'c'racy or bear ponna- nently the Intolerable burdens ol mili- tarism. To-win' this war we mu'sl have both men and money. Ever; farmer do all In. his power for Canada In Ibis day ol trial. He will not oaly labor to produce ne- cessary foc-dsluffa but will also gener- ously conCijbute of hla means to iniVa 11 possible for-Ihe men at.the front lo achieve victory. Tha .farmera of Ihe land will'not permll any older clo'sa lo leadership in'sup- pdrling Iha4 In thla crlels AVe are nefondlnB-tiUr as. n tree rallonl' resolved-.Oil shall In Infernallenat many's victory, world Is. right except mfgntj'JiSy tho price of I be borne. R Them fledge, no unlemnllx 1C Wittt the dominance of i4 lorism, Ibf. Anglo-Saxon fren Ing (rom ilulinymoili' -sllli.lls Ils JKglilfl, and Us Declaration of Inuit fiave alarlei aome of Instiliillons anil pVr'sTsj A a, Idntep lie Liberty He ended P by- ToinBtecring to -htTe nbscrlbed In thti. community for the can. Canada has >algn In fight and jlde-flleppers ahe warning from Incident. "Poatcuring" Is a process lor Increasing. the .welgtH of -the bacon by soaring ,11 water'for aome days. Of 'coiirse Uic Increased weight Increli'Ss 'the -sell- Ing prl.ce. Tho llomllton .-Heiald looiii upon It as a process .slmljar .to Oencan divisions are .waiting behind the enemy front and that tho number of newly arrived Austrian divisions s even greater." Snbsequent_ despatches he' violence "of Ton on- laught, .likeo with Ihe -Italian and German official .cause commentators here, to' treat the sltua- lon The Times sees :rie newa.. Irom iall other Ihdatres eclipsed and read's grave warnings in the despatches from the Italian.front. "The Immediate military posslblll- .les ot the Ausiro-German t saya, "are ol a character which the OHes must instantly, Lake, Into ac- counL An extensive Invasion of 'Hal; at this Juncture would nlfecl th allied cause. -In-Lhat spirit measures must be taken should the necessity arise." The Jlbrnlng POTl says the sllua :Ioo evidently ll critical and tbat the1 British iiaUorr.mu.it realize that fresh efforts and-fresh ..are ,ne- cessary, f I thlDJcf.tnAt.sH'jthe gains mado In Italy's -cam- paign are In jeop'ardy" and 'fear's IhaL it Is an-evil omdn that'-.the'period of military tension coincides wllh Lbt; political crisis In'Haly. On Ihe other: hand Ihe: Times that .Ihe menace has slrenBtiiened the parlln" In llaty wh3 ciltlsfted (ho Bpselli government for lack of. vigor. In conuilcllng Ihe-war and lhat Ihe Aujtro-Ocrman on tlanght will, have'an. effdct In Italy contrary lo Ibat anllclpalcil Ihe w_siarlns of stock. -The win say Ihe'ald llll.On Dl, js only.'i. bluff. That's.whal ihey hope It .will be, bit the people won't lit n ij Dian-, H Boveinmc-rt on Hie 'old parly line's to! lows the patronage may makf ati Will effort tb.'comi) tisck uuj ft hardly succeed. If it joe, lijick II will. wofte lor .'parly Palronagc wbulil nt jliVe-lliBeh pavty gny hiriill M Jl.: ICIt' (iWiiiic tha a ntlon enemy.. Confidence also tiprcssej here In General Cadorna and In Ihe army while (I Ih'aL Oencfa Pelaln'B Biiccessea on Lhe Alsnc and the preaeure ID Flanders will balance matlers; L still alronK says lid Foil If-! (hey can dellv's? 3 gveat asaaull on tho Isonfb and nt llie same time rest Secure INLAND ol .land during. .Sepiember tclal FOR THE GARAGE roil THK SCHOOLHOUSE FOR YOUR HOME LARGE VARIETY ON HAND. BE SURE AND QET PRICES. HAYR HARDWARE CO. clore jou ask a merchaat lo make a deiiv-ery. Seud goods on approbation Or Incur other expense. s it necessary? Delivery -service la czpenslvo, anil ultimately YOU must pay- [or. It. K the service Is hot'nece'saiTr' yon are nol only wasting your own money, but the resources of Canada as well. Canada la in urgent need ot econ- omy, Carry your parcel home. There Is 'an old engriHng hanging n many homes depleting a young and ragged urchin slopping up to a lady nil asking II he may carry her parcel. Times hare Today (bat: e little .chap might have dlttlculty a parcel to carry; why? Uecause fashion lias decreed tbat we may "carry bat a par- ol., The result has been heavy dcllv- ry expense, which musl be paid by he. consumer, together with the same e'rc'cnU'gB 'Q( profit, as Is carried by fie goodg, themselves. Because It does nol' show separately In the hill, It is not IccdgnlzcJl a5 an additional cost. To a, large, eit.e'nt mcrchanls are lo blairlo for Ihls. Ihey weie to adobt ieycash system, glvlns a price arlvantagi- to. those who rialrl casli and carried "llelr parcels, re- quesls'jlpr .delivery'. would soon show a VANCOUVER 'HOTEL BARRON FIRST' CLASS. ZOO luxuriously fur- nished rooms- Ono block from' C.P.R. Hotel! la the heart of the np-town business section, rtoom rates: and Sl.uO only. The Woods Hotel Under saina as BAHRO.V Vancouver's oldest and' best known hotel. In the heart ol down-town bus- iness section (next n. C. Electric De- pot.) Single rooms, 51.00. Double, J1.5D W. D. V.'ood, .Mgr. Write tor reserva- tions. lHa0on THE HOME OF VICTROLA Most of Your Friends nave ViCtrolas undehiabl.v Ihe'niosi fasrinBtiny of all entier- JHiners. Why not open this Wonderful avenue of enjoyment and education in YOUR home. Come in seiecl YOUR Viclrola lodny! They're priced from lo but (his not mean that sin immediate expenditure of the full amount is our easy, pay-as-you-.etijoy 'flan fakes care of (hat. .MASON 81 BALMORAL BLOCK RiscH IMITED IFTH -S S. .-V LETHBRIDGE LET USiATXEND TO --YOUR HEATING apparatus now. You cannot, (ell you'Jl need ft-Dcllpr hnvc il Jor UBC any time. We are ready lo install Bloam or hoi Leatfng. to rlo Ujc 'work lliorougtsly anJ to charge you what you'll nave lo admit. Is only a reasonable fig- ure Under present day" condl- LL6ii3.. Walker ''PLUMB'ING.'-HEATING AND GASFJTTING Phone1 521 616 41h Ave. S. INI mIL BE5JIMI FOB DcWt Slay Conrllpate'd, Htadachy Dll- lous, WfthlBrtalh Bjrl or Stomach Jfo.tuM.i i your liver, slomach or "bowels; 'your head ach.OBV'.how, m'lseribtp Vml uncomfort- able nnil' 'iliigglih' nlwSyn ftct relief iivlln.'t'fiecnrcls. Don'l ht yourl eWmadi', liver-Edd ljowe> ..maid; .'miserable. Tnlte Caepareli tonlghl', put an end lo the hendnctie, ner stomach. f brcalh and all your Inside all gases ami con- i fB producing L dox means licallli, bHppl- a c.'iunr head for months, All tell r.'ascarels, forgcl HUle iMldefl neod Make it a JoHy Tihie with Novel Favors 'i'lie favors and ilminiUons (.'onlrifniic ;i ftnwl dciil (o Ihc'good (inic your Unllowccii afford your gueata .much real fun. and ertloyment'.ind yeu'M find them very to Wt have partlec happy oc'caclons with our .decoralldne and lavori. In.ael'eciing our 'displays: Yh'la year, we'liive'chosen 'many pretty novep lies lllal we are.aureiwill appeal .to Jt i dec- j CO. CORNER THIRD AVE, A SEVENTH 4T. ;