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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, OCTOBER M, fcetbbribge Iberalb Hlbcrta DAILY AND Subscription Ratei Dally, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, year Braiy, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year closely with a iiolitinit party nnii is nut In tile BIVIUB position I" seeuro that oo-ajiei'atlon ol" fa'1- lions which promises to ho so neces- sary to Ilio suocessful completion of his task which may deniaiul such drastic actions as (o require unanimous emlorst-ment. to insure its successful operation. IOC .eey, y ma. IH.T yar JiVeekly, by mail, irer your to U.S..S1.60 TELEPHONES Business Ou'ico 125- Lditurlal Office VV. A. Buciiaian Jchn Torranco Director IMi-uics-s Manager NAISMITH ".'.'.li'.O'i WORTHY OF THE JOB Peter Lawrence Naismith is the man (l-Voin Our Own for till? job lllP C. P. 1! plural him in. He is ways has been and ever knows Alberta and its resources tally as well, if not belter, than any other man in Alberta. One thins about him that is very ininnrtant in looking after development ami settlement work, is that he never loses his bead. He is i hard-headed and levi-Hieaueu. if Al- Lomond. Oct. are Unvlnit tine threshing weather here and tlireshennen are certainly taking nil- has just it. Chris. Koch is thresh- worker; at-1 ins taioo bushels or wheat day. ami will be HoJuthors are turnlnp out a lot ot grain crops generally aiv malnlalillliE very high standard. Some sn n wo saw (his morning in moll u so eiiual to immbor 1 snide. hiom can morning jinlil after .lark tho is f ill of the rumble of Ilio novor-coasliis strcftin of Brain wtijons, and bin In the local elevators Is taxed o its utmost capacity. Tlio now era- lOlevator is now tor. ness and in. receiving practical j nil tho grain being hauled today owing to the other elevators being M weather comlltions continue, umcli ot the Brain will bo threshed within the next ten days. Peter is very siek at the Commercial hotel here, as n result of 11 j last week's changeable weather. ho was threshing. The ladies here are holding a bazaar on the ?lh and 10th of next month, ivhi-ii the articles which they had been g tor a counle or will __________________________-------nani-iititui.il mm I prt'tvinng lor a tumm.. u, Dales of ot eubscrlptlons ap- berta has a drouth again he will not j rlt a marked prfe The pro- 1.3 ui I..M-. ArrPtit- _ i- TI., a A I- ____i- ...in on tmvtuvl lilt1 ChUl'Cll ilnily on address laosi. ACCBUI ance of papers after expiration is cur authority to i-nntinue tlio aub scripUoii- un hi? Uomls. He knows go toward tho church in, J, lo become J And another characteristic of L- say Your and Country right, you trip to England this ......mllh is that when he tells an in-1 m, (errors tor ihem. miircr anvtlilliq about Alberta and its appeared i" c........ Miss FarroM as assist- reaourv-es. yon the truth. Ho will never attempt t0jb; Iiniltl a country up on fals pious. He will advance the C. 1 h. s launders will hold mis- from PROTESTS AGAINST TREATMENT nniyli'y. Octolior 28nl. To the Kdllor ot Tlie Horalil: Dear Sir.-l usk your ni-nnission to tho following, iinu all fair minded readers How tor poli- ties are mixed nn in the present Strug- pie we arc all Interested in. also limv they ofttu a man's nrivute lite. We hear from tlic present government a good deal iihout loyally and oatripUsm laudable sentiineiu if Practised.) .Vow i was patrlotie and loyal enough to sanction our son to join tho forces, seeing that we own no land and have no monieil interests outside of wage earning to protect there can be no He great interests in the west by present next Sunday and our pastor. Rev. 31 r. Berlin report? deal with the to the Teutons, build their on offensive." but already The German! this "eastern the Rumanian The Toronto Telegram puts it this -way: Ot the three great reasons for the non-success of the third party. W. F. Maclean. M.P., is' one; also the other t'.vo. The population of Hull. Quebec, is census nud Russian forces, taking a fresh lease ot life, are beginning to turn the tide of battle. Along the Danube the offensive still to a great extent lies with the Teutonic forces, but thejnow 21.75S. If a new Rumanians have been able' to drive; taken in the evenings when the over- from Ottawa reaches the Hull bars, this number might be doubled. The Toronto Globe thinks Hon. I FROM A little rain fell on the night of the Until, which liemyed most of the far- mers from threshing the nest morn- ing. I presume the claim was a legitimate one seeing by figures that have been given, viz. two million dollars to wives and widows and one million to families that have had their incomes diminished through the war. I presume the claim would come under that class. Now while allowing the claim, it was subject to an investigation as to our sources of revenue. I may say here that outside the earnings of five cows that were not my own, we had no source. "Now I would have MACLEOD Macleod Oct. here has .ULnel m.., again -been very unsettled for that any local church minis- week, but however, the farmers tcr would have been the most likely are working hard to get threshing op-ljerson to have given a true and un them back to a considerable extent flo on the Transylvariian frontier. 'Monastir. The Bulgarians have brought reinforcements from a question. The investigation was bas- help. with poor results. Quite i stalwarts have been heraldin ed on presumption. The result was an 'anuers have their wheat dealer in red herrings There is still activity on the Verdun incorrect statement. On the face o vaiting tlie arrival of front where the French are now com- plete masters of the situation. On the Somme artillery on both sides has broken loose again. On the Russian the services of 5Ir. Robertson, of the front the Russians continue their Telegraphers, who is given consider- able credit for settling the C. P. R- concern now is the wheat, and It is said that some labor men think j mixed farming is entirely forgotten. tacks west of Lutsk. ADVERTISING MADE HIM A FORTUNE Sir Jos. Beecham, the pill manufac- turer who died the other day, spent more money on advertising than any other man in tie world. It paid him, too. By the sale of his pills the manu- facturer rose from a farmer's boy to become a knight and a baronet and strike, should be recognized by ap- StrlKtJ, SI1UU1U WU116 (IIUUIIU ..u (J.-1 pointment to the Senate. Mr. Hobert- j OI- tie land has been prepared for EOT may well cry: "Save me from my friends." the richest man in England. a fortune estimated at more than He accomplished this by advertising, having been for a gen- eration or more considered the great- est buyer of newspaper, billboard and fencerail space in the world. He ad- vertised on every continent, including j jjon met the government at Ottawa, Greenland. His own picture, a strong, Ujon. C. J. Doherty undertook through reliable naliy ace to tijjs_ potatoes, butter and are going up in prices. Thresh- ing is rapidly making headway, with stni a large portion to be threshed, while somewhere around .10 per cent. Is the Dominion government at Ottawa a government or leaves the solution, of most problems to commissions and has now handed over the troublesome high cost of liv- ing question to the municipalities. What are the Ottawa cabinet minis- nest year's crop. PINCHER CREEK Pincher Creek, Oct. has been delayed in iliis district very it showed indifference or a lack of fairness. The result, claim was refus- ed. I may say here I was informed by ?4r. Kemmis that was their way of conducting these so I sent in a true report of our source of revenue, coupled with medical certificate tes- laboui to my imfitness and challenged for steady THOSE WHO, FROM TIME TO TIME, HAVE REQUIRING INVESTMENT, MAY PURCHASE AT PAR DOMINION OF CANADA DEBENTURE STOCK IN SUMS OF OR ANY MULTIPLE THEREOF. Principal repayable 1st October, 1919. Interest payable half-yearly, 1st April and 1st October by cheque (free of exchange at any chartered Bank in Canada) at the rate of five per cent per annum from the date of purchase. _ Holders of this stock will have the privilege of surrendering at par and accrued interest, as the equivalent of cash, in Payment of any nl otment made under any future war loan issue in Canada other than .an 1Ssue of Treasury Bills or other like short date security. Proceeds of this stock are for war purposes only. A commission of one-quarter of one per cent will be allowed to recog- nized bond and stock brokers on allotments made in respect of applications eputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE. OTTAWA, OCTOBER 7th. 1916. RICKED UP IN SSINGlUZZi FOR THE BUSY MAN Geo. H. Hees, a prominent Toron- to manufacturer, is dead. Pte. Cunningham Brodie, son of the late Dr. Brodie, of Fort Steele, B.C., has been killed in action. Cranbrook board of trade favors a local train between that city and Leth. bridge. It also wants a flour mill lo- cated there. Cranbrook Hiss Annio McMillan united in the holy bonds of matri- Aid. Davidson may he a mayoralty candidate in Winnipeg. Dr. Howard Vorke, son of Lieut-Col. J. B. died at Out.1 Jas. O'Brien, a Brockville lawyer, Is dead. Adolpho Bissonnette, for half a cen- tury high constable for the city and district of Montreal, is dead. A Hamilton despatch says that Sir George E. Foster intimated that the duty on oleomargarine may be re- moved. J. .Mitchell, commissioner of dairying in Manitoba, has been ap- pointed commissioner of livestock and dairying in New Brunswick. Lieut. D'Arcy R. Wadsworth, who was united in tlie holy bonds ot matri-1 uicui. monv to Mr. James McCallum. C..P.R. I 'ms died of wounds, was horn in To- fireman of that city. "-1" n sn" w at Fernie, B. C., on Oct. 13th, Wlfi, by the Rev. Perley, Mr. Walker Shepherd of Blalnnore, Alta., {formerly of Cranbrook. B. C.) to Miss M. E. Arntfield, of Gait, Ont. A pretty October wedding was sol- emnized at the home of' the bride's an Parents, Mr. and Mrs. John labour and challenged an enquiry, paiuuia, -uj. uuu .mo. The challenge was ignored and claim Cranbrook, when their daughter Lil- The only inference I can I lia-n was united in marriage to .Mr. draw that as regard politics I must be on the wrong side of the fence. Thank- dent at "as oeeu uemjcu m u..o jng you t, seriously. Some ot the outtits ,jshing th, been in operation more than S days during the present month, and it Is quite safe to say that not more me msu tuai u; than SO per cent, of tbe crop has been threshed. Snowfalls, rains and the municipalities ing you in anticipation of your pub- -he above. GEO. YOUNG. ters paid for? It looks as though their chief occupation was shirking responsibility. When the high cost of living deputa- id. His own picture, a strong, Ujon. C. J. Doherty undertook through flt's are p face with side whiskers, department of justice to prosecute! throughout this distrie the text recom- ahnses by individuals or coruDines iflter crop that still II the pills. their existence were first proven oy fields. On one tract pi finished C. S. Noble o mending the pills. Beeeham's method? of advertising shortage of help have been the prin- cipal causes of delays. In the mean- time, however, the preparations of land for next year is steadily going on. It is estimated that considerably more tban was done in 1014 has al- ready been done. NOBLEFORD Nobleford, Oct. out- fits are merrily plodding away at the mons- out in the abuses ov individuals or commute Ji-ier crop mat otjn i" their existence .ere first proven by On somebody else. 'TVe do not propose, o( _7 busllels and 7 ,bs. per acre. j. often original and audacious. of our own initiative or our j Carisoni wno jfves west town. He delighted in the commotion when I own action to institute investigations." j threshed 1SOO bushdls on SO acres, an his advertisements shocked comnnmi- j In other words, the governmerit prac- j average of 60 bushsjls to the acre. Re- 1 ,'4. i rvnrts from further west and wf ties and -were denounced as vulgar. jticaUy toid the deputation that it had The exploitation of his pills through jno solution in its mind as to the con-j the medium of a nvmn hook has Of increasing cost of living in the come historic- He circulated at lowj a number ot boots jastj before Christmas so that when a num-1 her of congregations got up to singiwaj-: "The Conservative newspaper? _ on Christmas they lound the follow- called off the provincial election j nolir5Shed with foods that ing words before them: mi Hark the herald angels sing, Beecham's pills are just the thing. The Calgary Albertan puts it this Peace on earth and mercy miid, Two for man and one for child. BEARS OUT L CLAIMED tion, because they called on the elec tion a few -weeks ago and have kept it going ever since. They named Nov. 21 as the date, then moved it on a 'day. Then they moved into the next 'week, and fixed it at November 27. wee, n To besr out what vre had to say the t The government didn't seem to worry other day about the National Service i at all about this little excitement. If commission, we quote that well-known it pieased the opposition press, why and non-partisan weekly, the Financial should any person trouble them? Now Post of Toronto: [the Conservative newspapers have de- The resignation of Sir Thomas Tail'cided to call the election orf entirely. as director of national service is to be j And that, too, is all right." We might deplored not only because of the loss aigtj observe that the electors of Al- School-Days are Joy- Days to the boy or girl whose body is properly nourished with foods that l rich brain-building Clements thaj, are easily digested. Youngsters fed on Shredded Wheat Biscuit are full of the bounce and buoyancy that belong to youth. The ideal- food for growing chil- dren because it contains all the material needed for building muscle, bone and brain, prepared in a diges- of his personal services and the wiu not bc so likely to heed nacs.ec inference is obvious that he has given up the work as the result of conOic- tion of Ws plans with things political. The appointment of Sir Thomas was one worthy of the general commen- dation it received. To meet a public issue which is fast approaching a crisis in our national affairs, the pre- mier stepped outside the political circle and chose a man fitted for the position by natural qualifications.and experience. That he should- so soon resign on a pretext which indicates political interference may .be taken as signifying that. Ins plans and those of certain of the powers in the cab- inet have not developed on parallel lines. In R. p. Bennett, the brilliant lawyer orator from the prairies, who succeeds to the oflice: an organizer of ability has "neen chosen, but for a position in which the outstanding qualification must be the power reconcile various political opinions j and contrary racial and reHgious i creeds to tiie national good we doubt! that he has the gifts, or j Influence of Sir Thomas. This refers1 both to his lack of that broader ex- perience which Sir Thomas has had and to the facl that he is identified (newspapers in the future as they may! have been in the past. They have' shown that they do not know as much as they imagine they do about pro- vincial affairs. ___ form. One or two biscuits for breakfast with boy or girl a good start for the day. Ready-cooked and ready- to-serve. Made in Canada Harry Jesse Calihvell. ronto in 1S93. and was a son of W. It. Wartswortli, for many years man- ager of the inn in office of the JJutik ot Toronto in that city. H. G. Hall, a well known lawyer, for many years police nt Victoria, is He had been a resilient of British Columbia 'since the seventies; wus born at Hall's Cor- ners near Hamilton, Ont. iT'cVraham has accented an Robert Gl'iinsliaw, aged son of tion to the Stratford church. .Mrs. Grlilisha'.v, near Nainaka, is dead result of burns received while Geo. Levesdiie. ox-mayor or Slur Boon Falls, Oat., Is dead. Georye Moore, former warden of Waterloo, is dead at Gait, aged 73. .1. II. Austin, a prominent Victoria. B. C. laywer, has been hilled in ac- tion. Tlie old First Presbyterian church at Edmonton is being demolished to give way to a block of brick stores. A. jr. officer since. 1000 at Melitia.'Man.', has been dis- missed. Aid. Porter is "a candidate for may- or ot Victoria. Mayor Stewart retiring. Aid. Todd may be his owionent. Port Arthur ratepayers ratified nil agreement for the construction of a Iiulp mill. Elizabeth Faulkner, ivifo of James Salter, of Palmcrston, Out., was found dead in bed. She died on her 56th birthday, and the 32nd anniversary of her wedding. Rev. Dr. Manning, yastor of Cen- tral Methodist church, Stratford, has accepted a call to the church of the name in Sarnia, and Rev.. invita- ThQ alleral murderer of Rev. and i acting as eilKinoer of a threshing nut- ire. W. A. P. Campbell, the two Cana- (It on the farm of James Thompson, near Arthur former pnslor hefore of the Presbyterian church in Xew M P., e> days before. Mrs. W. A. F. Campbell, the two Cana- dian Methodist .missionaries who were slain at Karuizaya, Japan, on July IG, has made a complete confession of his crime. Lt.-Col. H W. Laird, of Regina. has received the important appointment] from the Presbyterian church by a of deiiutv assistant adjutant and trial commission of ministers and laj- men. He found guilty or umanij, swindling, fraud nr.il blasphemy. It rapt. Ailair Carss. of Victoria, B. C has been killed 111 action. born in Rapid City, Man., and prior In th Princ war he practising law at Rupert. His fiance, Miss Ce- Hamburg. V., was deposed from the ministry and ex-communicated [COKTIXOED FROM FliOST FACE) termaster-general for Military Dis jtrict No. 12. He will have charge of all the work of the Canadian Army Service Corps throughout the Province Saskatchewan. Three hundred pounds of honey The most recent loss suffered by he congregation was through the ....._ ______ ,._......_ _. eath Sergt. "U'ra. Raley, the details from one liive is a pretty good record f whose death are not yet rur une season. Mr. Parham, suiier- jergt. Raley, as bad the others, had j jntendent of tbe liivermere, 13. C., Ex- nlisted from a keen sense of duty. perimental farm, is authority for the He had written his parents at the tims statement that some of the colonies 3f enlisting: "I am enlisting because: at the apairy have made as high as feel it is my duty to' do so." With: 300 pounds of honey this season, hat conviction he joined the engin-; eers and In doing his duty he had paid with his life. The example of these four young men of the congregation, said Rev. Cobbledick, is an example of the part Canada is taking in this war. "Now we see as through a glass was his text. We cannot' understand irobably why it should be necessary hat young men should be cut down n the prime of life, for our vision is dim and obscure. The gi'eat war has confused the best minds of the day. it is''a huge anachronism which seems out of place in this stage of civiliza- tion. We have had to revise our pre- conceived ideas regarding war and peace, and though we cannot under- stand it all we do see that honor is due those who have seen their duty and have gone to meet vthe demand made upon them. The service was attended by the members of the 7Sth Depot Battery under Lieut. Nelson. was proven that he had nine wives. Nine of the crew of the Canadian steamer Moi'ida lost on Lake Mrio were from Goderich and vicinity, namely: Joseph O'Connor (chief cn- Wilfred Austin, Angus Mur- ray Graham. Davo news of celia Green, daughter of H. P. Green, led a few days before the liis death readied Victoria. The report of the Foreign Mission Board of the Ontario and Quebec Bap- tist convention showed Income from all sources, 5114.607; total expendi- ture This year's dcJicit is 511.6S7, but there lias boon a de- crease in the debt ot were comparatively young unmarried triple drowning is reported from Deer lake in the township of Cashei. in the northern .part of Hastings i county Ontario. John Loveland, a. farmer- H. I. Taylor, cheesemaker at Gimter, and a neighbor, a- boy were IjllIlLUl t illiu. conveying in a boat supplies for tho (CONTINUED FACE) "Ridpath" Clothes READY MADE SUIT OR TOP COAT CAN USUALLY BE DETECTED BY ITS IMPERFECT FIT. ITS MATERIAL MAY BF. OF GOOD QUALITY, THE PATTERN AND COLOR. OF THE FABRIC MAY BE PLEASING, AND EVEN THE STYLE MAY BE CORRECT, BUT THE MOST IMPORTANT THING OF RIGHT LACKING. Ridpath The House of Style, Fit and Service PHONE 730 407 FIFTH SV, 8. people? There have been things hap- lien during Uicsc past two years that would have shamed any government over in power, I give my son to the government, a son who is strong and clean, and young, with life before him. I give him to the service of his country. Some man sells boots to the government and my son is equip1 lied with these ho.ots, for which high price lias He comes to me night after night and says he can't stand the wet on his feet. Ger- man bullets are hind compared to that" The cure of these things lay with the peoiiln. The were respon sible. Why should it be necessary for a man to spend or to ho elected? The very curse of the country was the "lining up" of the voters. We will never get politics right until we get right ourselves. Dr Riddell .used forcible language in re ferring to the qualifications for vot GTS.. Two things a man can't heh wore sufficient to qualify him to vote Tho fact that he was 21'years of age and that he was a British subject The very first qualification of a voter should he that he is intelligent and kuows what lie is about. The Right Way Is the Healthful Way Tea and coffee disagree will, many people, and-.science- pt.inls out the cause-caffeine-the cumulative drug-in both of these beverages. POSTUM is entirely free from drugs or any harmful H Is made of wl.eat, roasted with a bit of wholesome molasses, and is pure, nounslung, delicious and hCHl A'cLige from tea and collee lo Postum has helped thousands; it may help you. "There's a Reason" Grocers everywhere sell Postuitl, Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Out. ;