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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DGE DATLT HEBAtO Dewfo letbbrlbsc, Hiberta DAILY AND Subscription Rates: Delivered, per week Dslly. delivered, per year Dilly. by mail, per year Weekly, by mall, per year Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..J1.50 nn TELEPHONES Office Jr" Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrann ManaElne Director Business Mannser of expiry or subscriptions an- peer daily on address label. Accept, ince of papers after expiration dato is mir authority to continue the I Your Klnj ind Country need you i right now! THE PROGRESS DF THE WAR In successful attacks on Sunday the British advanced their line consider- .bly between Les Boeufs and Morval. north of the Somme, and these gains ire admitted by the official German statement. South of the Somme the French captured a whole scries of Herman trenches northwest of Snilley- Baillisel. The Germans made repeat- jd attempts against the French lines It Lamaisonette, and succeeded in jltainlng a small footing in one posi- Election I" Canada may bo of tho moat violent character, but wo hnrdly think a Canadian paper ever equalled this outburst from tho Anaconda, Montana, Standard: "No subtle art can Invent a speclousuoso that will blind the voters of Montana to tho deplorable depravities, the dos- perute deviltries ami Ihe deep damna- tion of tho roaring Republican ras- cals.1' It is hard to understand why Ihe 131st Battalion is placed at Red Deer. It was authorized as a southern bat- talion and it is largely composed of southern men. should be kept in tho south, where its ranks can be filled more readily, in our judgment, than farther north. Col. Bryan is a well-known southern man and most of his officers are southern men. They would directly appeal to the south. At Calgary a man died from the eifects of drinking bay rum. and the Edmonton Bulletin remarks: "Parties anxious to descent virtues ill 'booze' will no doubt tell us this is what comes of prohibition, disregarding the historical fact that a dozen men would have drunk themselves to death in the meantime if the bars had been loft open. The correct moral oi the incident is that bay rum as a beverage s just as dangerous now as it was before prohibition and produces pre- RICKED UP IN SSINGdZI FOR THE BTJST MAN Thero are now about sixteen cases of infantile paralysis in Montreal. Mayor Cowan, of Roslnn, Is a can- didate for re-clectlou. -Moorefield Presbyterian Church has called Rev. Alex. Craw, B. A., of Elullra, Owen Sound Utilities Commission will reduce Hydro rates by 10 per cent. Oeo Davidson, who was born .in Kitchener in 1S44, died there from pneumonia. Caiit H. C. Baker, formerly man- ager of the Canadian Oil Co., at Cal- gary, was killed in action. Captain Thomas Lynch, well known mariner of the St. Lawrence water- ray, is dead at Westport, Ont. J. Flavello, chairman of the Auiacliaa Munitions Board, was ro- jceivcd by the King. It is proposed that the old court nouse grounds at Vancouver should be used as a site for a soldiers' monu. tion. Things appear to have quietened Sown once more on the Verdun front. There have been no further infantry pngagements and artillery duels have been intermittent. Berlin continues to report successes of the Teutonic forces on the Ruma- nian front. Along the Hungarian bor- 8-er they claim the capture of several nrongly defended positions, while on' >he Danube the Russians are making stand against the Teutons. The old, old question of submarine warfare has been reopened by the sinking of the British steamer Marina s-ith Americans on board. Official Information is that the boat was sunk ivithout warning. cisely the same effects." They take their elections across the line in strong doses. They get warm- ed up, just as we do in Canada, and they use lots of vitrol in their spee- ches Even such a prominent Demo- crat as Frank P. Walsh, chairman the federal commission on industrial ment and called Kitchener square. The death of Aaron Eirb, aged 40, well known traveller, and Pleasure TVORY SOAP is pleasant to use. It does not harm the tenderest skin. It lathers freely. It rinses easily. It is made of the finest materials. It is white. It floats. No soap at any price can be better. Why shouldn't you use it? 3 CENTS IVORY SOAP PURE IT Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada The city of Quebec has voted a sum of S'OOOO to tho Canadian patriotic to assist recruiting 167th battalions, shlrt i fund and that clt, Thirty Canadians are doingR their HS __ Hon. C. A. Dunning, the new mem- can applv the bitter stuff, ber of the Saskatchewan government, ,Tt ho had to say been nominated to contest Kims- t, I lia hifl fn afcOUl I13S ueeii iiumimiicii Here is what he had to sav aimu vaoated by the retirement of E. Roosevelt the other day: Colonel, J Roosevelt has become a regular Gypj __ the Blood and has gone out to slug I A gault Ste. Marie regiment has man rightL. was "the nation's most offensive brag- gart." One thing about Roosevelt and that is, he is quite capable of coming back in kind. "Unconscious Traitors" is the name of a book just issued. Its pages are devoted to an attack on Sir Wilfrid from the far north to enlist. The master in chancery at Calgary and it is ruled that a judgment is not debt. Capt. Frank Ross Newman, son of the late T. H. Newman, of Caverhill, Learmont Co.. Montreal, died of wounds. He had been manager of the Canadian Fairbanks Co., at Tor- onto. Hamilton Recruiting League passed a resolution declaring that the regu- lations recently approved by order-in- for raising the men Canada had promised. W. D. A. Baby, Collector of Inland HOW LONG CAN THE GERMANS KEEP GOING? Arthur Bullsrd, fl wsr correspond- JLaurier. It is published by the Sat-, urday Post, Winnipeg, and it is high- jly commended by the Saturday Post and the Winnipeg Telegram. The editors of these two journals recently attacked a Manitoba judge and are The Ontario Government will make grant of 525.000 Jowards the con- Byron Revenue, prepared to do the bidding noting that over dr'ih s Mk a 11Sl __ corcde'.nning the use of Sir Thomas White Addressed Hali-'who the Board of Trade on the necessity: Jells dismissed the case, of the people conserving their sayings, TUESDAY. OCTOBER .31. 1910 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes rOR FURTHER INFORMATION MTLY TO Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. Rev. Mother O'Flaherty of the Con vent of the Immaculate Conception o Edmonton, is dead. She had been superior of the convent for the last fifteen years. To Municipal Judge Smith, Nelson explained that he entertained Hanson at dinner, shared his room with aim in a lodging house and awoke to learn that ?75, his watch and a pair of trou- sers were missing. The two had soup for dinner at night. Free wheat and a lower duty on food stuffs will be demanded by the Canadian Council of Agriculture. Mem- bers of the council will meet In Win- nipeg early next month, when they will present their demands to th Canadian government. Jas. D. Allan, former president of Board of Trade of Toronto, has sailed for Canada. He was invited to Buckingham Palace to receive the D. SO on behalf, of his son, Lieut.-Col. who died of wounds recently, but pleaded that the ordeal would be too painful, whereupon the King gra- ciously sent the medal to him by one of his equerries. QUEBEC NEEDS LESSARD He Could Have Recruited Men If Given the Chance Ottawa, Oct. were ad- vanced by Hon. Sydney Fisher In a speech hero last night as to why Que- bec has fallen down in recruiting. "The he said, "have not had a fair chance to re- cruit. There has never been any or- ganized system by men who know them to get the habitant to join the ranks. Had a man like Gen. Lcasard, >ne of Canada's leading soldiers, been sent to Quebec and given a free hand among tho people, who know him and lave confidence in him, theme would low be French-Canadians en- isted. Instead, the general Is kepMn Ontario doing practically nothing." Mr. Fisher justified Sir Wilfrid Laurler's attitude In regard to the na- tional service appeal. I. P. Jonea, of tho Identification bur- eau, said he plans to obtain a phono- graph record of Ilansou's soup tones for future reference. GRAIN! nnequpjlcd facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Drain. Frequent quotations. All markets. Yru are Invited to make free nof of this service. Ask forbidi on your carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Botterell, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. F.EESOR, Mgr. Phone 1599. Res. Phone 1U2. Victor Murdock. progressive ex-con- gressman from Kansas, is supporting President Wilson. Good Old Home-Made Family Cough Remedy Much Budr- Alade a Cheaplr Prepared. If you combined the curative proper- ties of every known "ready-made couch remedy, you would hardly have in them all the curative power tliat lies in this staple cough syrup which takes only a few minutes to Get from any drucjjist 214 ounces ot (50 cents wortRl. nour it STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commiision Merchintt Gur entire brffanUfttlon la your servlco wltli our exper- ience we can safely guarantee to get you tho liest prices for your grain any time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phone M 1982 Cilgtry for Olfloe Lethbridgo QuoU- Ram. 1811 Llthbridge) Our AQonti who era In diatrlot Artur Bullsr, fl wsr c- iw "u Liuuug mai. u- n ,nt who contributes frequently to the Htm. Robert Rogers. A volume ema-' being spent in Canada on war Dusi- New fork Outlook, recently wrote aninating from such sources is not likely ness. irticle in that weekly review on do damage to Sir Wilfrid Launer.j Lienteoant Gus Stupart, of the 7oth As he hasiTnev author of the book is D. B. eldest son of Sir Frederic strong are the Germans.1 been at both fronts during the war, ae has a first hand knowledge of the situation and what he has to say is of ralue. He bases his theories ou the reserves, the men behind the fighting lines, which he technically describes is the "strategic reserve" or the "mass of maneuver." After a thor- ough study of the situation on both fronts he says: "So as soon as the next German move develops, we can estimate their strategic reserves with considerable accuracy. H in the next few months they do not launch new and more stu- pendous attacks on Prance, it will be mass give Who ever heard of him. Maybe he is Stupart, director of the Col. Porter, late of the Telegram, in because they cannot of maneuver large enough to them any hope. It will mean that tttem anv uupe. their effective reserves are iess than a million. If. on the other hand, they do not speedily come to the relief of Bulgaria, it will mean that their re- serves are entirely eihausted. "If their attack falls on the southern 'oronto. died of disguise. The tariff on canned- goods, we might tell the Calgary News-Telegram, is just high enough to force the con- sumer to pay the piper. When reci- procity was before the people and vhen there was a chance of hitting the canned goods merger a good swat, the merger people joined with the Tories to defeat reciprocity. Two of the most influential members ot the canned7 goods combine, F. R- Lalor, M. P- for Haluimand, and D. Marshall, M. P. for Bast Elgin, sit on the-Con- servative side at Ottawa. Whenever tariff reduction Is suggested they smile and say, "not as long as we are here to influence the government will there be any tariff reduction." Ths knows that the tariff police for and the Northwest Territo stipendiary magistrate, w quarters at Banff, Alberta. si insight into the character of its B. W. Collison, one ._ buy .._. "astes pleasant anil------ and siisar syrup riant at the cause ot a. couch loyBii UIHUB aticn-tn-u and gives almost innncdiato relict, it written pledges, though he made iODBellB the phloem, stops the yasty Ti-ao thvnnf. ticlrm RJ1Q I10fu3 111B BOrL, DO writ mcusoot n '-head-i it understood that he was opposed ti. He will 1 all ostentatious display and was the _ ,t T-Td ffi that Hindenburg has found a new army of from four to seven hundred thousand men. "If he reaches the Black Sea, so cutting off Rumania from Russia, or If he succeeds in any similarly ambi- tious project, it will indicate the against oatslde competition. It we had the competition the price would soon drop. larger "figure. If he harely re-estab- Some people still do not understand why Canada is defending larger UBUIC. participating in the European war. It lishes an equilibrium in the Near East hanpells that ane the clearest state- garia, it will indicate a gaa, of less than half a million. "As the front to defend lengthens, it absorbs more and more of the stock of new soldiers merely to make good the lost of routine, tactical fighting, and so makes it increasingly difficult to accumulate a strategic reserve. Once this process has gone so far that the Germans have no mass of manenver left, the entente has prac- ticaliy won its war of attrition. spring, while the anti-German forces will be stronger, the strategic reserve ot the central empires will be smaller than it is today. "As Hindonburr's Austrian cam- paign develops we shall be able to estimate the hulk of his present mass of. maneuver. By Christmas it may be possible to prophesy the date of peace.1' nvaen of Canada, position has heen strategic re- 'made by a French-Canadian, Chie Justice Lemteuz, of Quebec, who re cently said: In my humble opinion the defence ot Canada implies not only the power to safeguard the territory itself and lives and property of Canadians, i. further includes the faculty, recog- nized in international law, to prevent by all legitimate means, the invasion, rnin and sacking of the country, l- attacking the enemy in his own coui try, pursuing him everywhere, dL striving his resources, giving him no rest until he be reduced _ to utte- powerlessness. The very necessity of opposing an neCBBHlLJ' VI UJfllniJI.ib quite naturally justifies the attack the enemy in his own wherever he may seek In case some of us think all the patriotic giving is being djne on this eide of the line, we might mention that one citizen of Chicago Is contri- buting from to 11500 each month to relief work for the allies, "since Belgium's neutrality was violat- ed." In Rossland the miners are giving R day's pay a month to the Patriotic Fund. That's splendid, but a demand made by the miners of other people In Rossland Is just as good. They are Insisting that the merchants give emial share, and it they don't tbe> let their patronage. legitimate onslaught country 01 wnerevei" iiu moj reiuge. it l often "Is by taking the offensive, at- tacking and invading that the defence of one's own country may be better attended to. It would indeed be impru dent, If not utterly reckless, for a country at war to be content with de- fensive strategy and to refrain from loatfiilies' until the conntry were in- vaded and sacked." AIRMAN LEAVES ESTATE Poushkeepsie, N. Y., Oct. tor Emmanuel Chapman, son of Jonn Jay Chapman, killed in action at Ver- dun, left an estate of Young Chapman was in the French flying corps. The Germans brought down his machine while he was carry- ing a basket ot fruit to a wounded comrade. John Jay Chapman, a brother, Con- rad Chapman, and'halt brother, Chand ler Chapman, Inherit the estate. wounds in France on October 22. He been There Advance Price Toasties Posluin rostum Instant staple, healthful a products are obtainable srocer at the same i een accustomed to exceptional advantage iT-tickle the sore.'irri- tated membranes that line the throat, chest and bronchial tubes, BO (rently and easily that it is really astonishing. A day's use will usually overcome the vssasa compound of ecnuine Norway pine ex- tract combined with puaiacnl and has been used for generations to break up To avoid disappointment, be sure to ask your dniRRiat for ;'2V4 ounces of Pincr" with full directions, and dont accent anythinK else. A jniarantec ot ISutJT satisfaction or money prompt- ifV rdunded with this preparation. s Pinei Co., Toronto, Out. 'Ing OPTIONS provide the che; eat means of carryl your grain over winter. PREMIUMS now offering for special shipment on barley TELEPHONE ui for billing Instructions. IN direct touch with European buyers through OUR own export depart- ment. NONE better equipped to give you service, SECURE our bid before selling. James Richardson and Sons, Li.iiited 201 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777 Established 1857. W. J. Lloyd, Man. Phone 365 M.M. Clark, Acct. Res Ph'n 1072 !1BE6G GBAIH CD, ALTA. "ALWAYS WORKING" You may make money by let- ting us bid on your next car of barley or flax. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Our Winnipeg and Lethbridge offices represent SERVICE. "TRY US" J. H. TALLING Local Manager Office Phone 1580 Reiideno 872 OFFICE PHONE 1113. MANAGER'S PHONE 14H. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write or phone at our expense if you have grain to handle. We can assure you the belt price the market will stand and give you courteous service and prompt returni. N, T. MACLEOti, MANAQER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING ENLIST NOW With 239th BATT. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION CORPS LT.-COL. J. W. STEWART IN COMMAND Thil nopular bituiion w.'il require 100 more men from TEAM3TER8, TRACKMEN, BR.DGEMEN AND CARPENTERS Thlt rosy be your chance to go along and help to ooniol- the positions now being won by the Allies. LETHBRIDGE RECRUITING OFFICE 11S FIFTH STREET. S. CALGARY MORUITINQ OFF.CE CENTRE STREET. CALL OR WRITE FOR FULL PARTICULARS ODD SAVE THE KING ;