Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBP.JDC.fi PA1LV HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOI1ER 28, letbbrtoge BIDerta DAILY--AND WEEKLY' subscription Ratei: Dally, delivered. per wceK Dally, delivered, per yeur by mail, per year .Weekly, by mail, per year JVeokly, by moil, per year to TELEPHONES Business Office.......... Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torranco JIanns'n" Director Business Manager 1253 Dates ot eipiry ot sutscrltitlons ap- pef.r daily on address label. Accept, snce of papers after expiration date is cur authority fo continue tbo Bcrlption. Your King and Country need you right now! needs of tho fund. No man should, fail to bo offered -the opportunity to, contribute and nil should lib mado toj realize that tho most patriotic giver is he who gives until it hurts. It Is j through'tiio Patriotic Fiiml that those of us remaining at home can make oitri sacrifice, but what is it compared with the sacrifice our men at the front are I making. Letlibrtdge is asked for 000; if the people properly realize their obligation they will contribute double the amount. Once in a while criticisms ot the fund aud its administration arc heard j but an inquiry nearly always proves the complaints to be unfounded. It is best to see tho fund officials null PC- cure first hand information before crediting any criticism. The Lethbridge branch of the fund has been splendidly administered j since the beginning of the war. ami; more especially during the past. year. I Prom the first Mrs. Colpman has ilonej noble and self sacrificing service. It: has been of love, ami the; I gratitude ot the fund and the depend-: i ents are all she receives for tho many! ihours she lias given in attending to: I the dependents. Mrs. Colpmau's time' has been, until recently, almost wholly I taken up with this work. She has THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The true situation in Germany is re- had difficult problems to deal with at vealed by a neutral who is in close times and she lias dealt with them in touch with conditions, and who plainly U manner creditable to herself, and states that the Germans have invariably satisfactory to the the fact that they cannol win the war. j dependents. and are now settintr out upon a The teilibridge branch lias handled liberal campaign to make conditions! a lot of money both in receipts from even-where so intolerable that the! contributors and payments to de- allies will come to peace terms. Their! pendents. The clerical-work is heavy chief method of annoyance will ol'imt the expense of administration is course be the submarine, and tie re-! practically nil. The only person re- It makes a beautiful, snowy lather that can onlycleanse, not harm, silks, cashmeres, woollens, chiffons, crepc-de-chines, etc., ho matter how many times they are washed. Try LUX to-day. Brtfc'jA madt, by Lever Brothers Limited Toronto At all Grocers newal of the sub. warfare on a more ceiv __ring any allowance for services frightful scale is predicted. is .the Terr competent .young lady who success with which the after the local office. tonicVrces have driven back the'.Ru- j The Patriotic Fund administration manians is evidence of their determi-jin Lethbridge has been, by nation to crush Rumania at all costs. The allied troops on that still in retreat, hut in Transylvania worthy cause, have been able to make a stand and effect a check up oil patriotic men and women who glad- give their services to this very The French have not ceased their CO-OPERATION Ifl HE01CAU 1NSPECTION NEEDED OICKEDUPIN lASSINGCZZI FOR THE BUST MATST New Vidtor Records November M. Chase, the American artist, is dead. Medical Officers Have Been Guilty of Gross Deceptions In Passing Unfit Ottawa. Oct. According to tracts from the report of Or. Ji. Bruce to the ministry of militia on th the city better i We have said frequently thai com- mission form of -government has heen a success. The commissioners' of the over-age meri was found" made mistakes, .of coarse, but on the [to be 72 years old." Whole their administration has been. Reports received locally from men so satisfactory that criticisms have sent back from the 13th O. M. R. after Dot been severe or numerous. jlanding in England seem to bear out The suggestion that the expense of the above. It is also stated that the 113th Lethbridge Highlanders had more than 100 unfits weeded out in the'first medical examination after heen taken, out of a tuberculosis sani tarium previous to embarkation. Another man was blind in. die right eye. His vision in the-left is-just about one-eighth what it should be. In other words, this man is 15-16th biind. Some units had as- 25 per cent unfits on arriving in England. One of the over-age men was found to be 72 years old. The report contains 15 pages .of par ticulars, giving the names men the names of the medical .examiners and full details. Dr. Bruce recommends Btrjngenl changes in the methods of medical ex amination, in order tha the'great ioss consequent upon the present -system may be avoided. MAJOR C. A. MOSS DIES OF WOUNDS Toronto, OcL C. A. oiuKiiii ia mtuwub son of the late chief justice, Sir'Char dustries, MOSS, and himself one. of 'the mos .3.._ _ )uiar and prominent' members, o Ontario bar, has died_at the Rec. hospital at Rouen from wounds Major Moss was n candidate in retirements of that of Brantfora, -for three noruieaai iuiuiuu m LUB uiuei-ui m the proving o administration -should be decreased is Inspired by a desire to conduct affairs as economically as efficiency will per- mit. There is; much to be said, in favor of the .view taken by many citi- zens that two well paid' commission- era are sufficient, and that the other commissionership might be more ad- risory than administrative. It centres wholly- upon a lopping off oC expense, and every dollar saved counts OS the tax bill. It would serve a good purpose if the economy suggested, was featured in the platform strong candidate in order that the opinion of the public .might he secured. At any rate thor- ough consideration should be given to (the proposal. Let us hear the argu- ratepayers can decide. THE PATRIOTIC FUND WELL ADMINISTERED- l Lethbridge has done well for the Patriotic Fund since ifwas inaugurat- ed. It has always raised more than the amount assigned to it. Last year it doubled its appropriation. This year it i9 asked to raise Jhe amount'.will be obtained and consider- reaching "England. Certainly there is room for a change in policy in the matter of medical inspection of Cana- dian recruits while in Canada, and a! great deal of money would be saved too. The expense of equipping and paying tho allowance of men since re- jected in-England must have been very-great since the war started. Too secretary of the Brantford motorcycle frightened the horse, is dead. Medicine Hat ratepayers' associa- tion offered Mayor Hawthorne renom- ination as its candidate. The mayor is undecided whether to run again or not, The Baptists of Redcllff are con- I'11116; Lieut. Christopher Gilbert, of th Duke of Wellingtons, has" been killed aged 3-. He served in the Northwes Mounted Police before the war. White a from tte many men have been permitted to get on the military pay roil who would not have been there had there been a proper understanding between Canada and. the war office as to medical in- spection. A reader-wants us to prophecy who will be elected president of the -United States on Nov. 7. We will make a griefs, "but we do not want any bets placed on the strength of it. .Wood- row Wilson will be elected. Justice Hughes has weakened ay the campaign progressed. He has "pussyfooted" too much. Wilson will be elected because Alberta Home Mission Board. A proposal for the establishment of ment by Mrs. Colin. H. Campbell, wife of the Jate Hon. Colin H. Campbell, former Attorney-General of Manitoba. Fayette Brown, a well known busi- nessman of Montreal, a director of the 'Montreal Trust company, the Ames- Hoiden McCready company and other concerns, dropped dead at his home in that city. Compulsory health insurance, as the next step in social betterment for the working classes, i was advocated by Arthur Hunter, in his address, as pre sident, at the opening of the serai-an nual meeting of the, Actuarial Society of America' in Newwk, N.J, "Railway Problems Jn Canada" was he kept the U. S. out of war and the title of an address delivered 6y an 8-hour law for raUroad and also because the country is pros- He advocated nation oe ooiamea-anu cunsmei-- aiiu aiou ucunuac Heform club. He nauoii ably more, too, if all the perous. 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