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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE TjeTHBRlOGE DAIL.T HEIUU) WEDNESDAY, OCTOBKK 31. 1917 Sb: Ictbbrlbge Hlbsrta -AILYANDWIIKLY ......H 'J. bj mill, ptr fur.........KM -lii- lam. yeir......J1-W by aaO. per U.S.. I1.0S TELEPHONES Biurneni O'flco 1253 Edltorfil 1M4 W. ,V. buchantn Fiealdem ynd, Managlcs Jobq -TorrtLce Business M 1133.5er ot tiplry oTsanjcriViiocj fcp- duly on address libel. Accept- of papers alter expiration data It PUT Authority 16 continue Your King >nd Country You Rlghl THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR (he Italian situation appears gloomy enough the optimistic onei are hoUfpg out plenty o( hopeful s'Ens lliat ihe Italians will be able to Indeod; Ihe quicksand to Gcnujny has twn do-ctlUully beck- oning Hie .Mites is iione other Iti'J that peace couterooce thlch Ilia people's war alms to made lie jirlie ol a gamo In which the bett that Is, the moat er is to be ihe winner. "It would contribute Io prolonssllon of Ihe. war." A willing- ness to retlrJ trooi Belgium vould not contribute to such a result. TJlea was lhal ''verbal that'oral and consequently dlsavovable bint to Ihe Vatican, mere falsehood and treach- ery? The war alms of Germany and the peace terms of Germany are two' different things. The peai-e terms ot falsa and frauduleut of- fers put forward to lure tbe Allies to a quicksand, and then to be altered or with shoots of laughter at toe Innocence which believed In them. Is the Times' site-up ol the sll- uallcn. The war alms arc Iha things Germany really means. They ere to ba kept secret until the moment when the quicVsand Is doing its appointed work. Thoy canuot be stated, they cannot bo hinted, for fear of rousing such a slorm of fear Bad disgust that pacifists 'all- over the world TCould be silenced, that nations which seem to Mlchaelfs to be wavering would be stiffened into a firm resolution to die rather than submit to them. They ther the' storm. The allies are pre- must be kepi in the background until paring, to rush reinforcements ol sun-1lne moment when the Allies bavo been plieJE and men, and Ihts assisiance 1CH1 Into Germany's kind of peace alter the siluaiior.. The conference, until an armistice has slopped fiffbUng, and at Urgent danger of the situation is that JWJ eritirc'Carnla front' is threatened Austro-German onslaught, anil rdjf7 Jkcr'way before proper and suf- -ficlenl assistance can Arrive. ;.Tneije I? evidence that the'Kalian debaclb has been created' by iusidfou's German forces at work within Italy tb create the present crisis, and work towards the demoralization of lie'lroops at'the as was Russia. The. army is, standing limi. however, and brilliant record of its resistance'to Ihd Teutons if produced. 1 The British and French are continu- ing Iheir drive In Flanders and have made further big gains. thi Oj Ihe conference, but liter limitless truck and dicker, are they to be revealed. >penlng (From Our Oun Cirdston. Oct. week Ihe arfiloa electoral district was or- suited for ihe campaign as to the UP POR Thos. Henry, lor SI years a resi- dent o( Thornton. Out-> U Uead. A world Sunday sebool coiitentloTt of the bonds (or Ihe Ylelwy bas opened In XDW York. Melrlu of Calgar.r, was tho kun. representative of tbe gOTemoient, and be Lost no tlmo lq calling together all the banK managers and (be lead- ing business men and vlarloe very In- ielllsently eU Ihe essential poInU be- lore them. The organiiatlon was ef- fected as (oUows: Chairman, Air. Kdw. J, Wood. Pres. o( ihe Aiberia secretary, Mr. S. members ot ihe commit lee at Cardstoo, Mark, Spencer, E. X. Darker, W. Dun. Mayor E. Plicher, 'I. W. Jacobs and Johnston. The followlog day Messrs. J. Wood.' Mark Spencer und C. W. Buri Mr, Melvln to Magralh where a slrous committee was formed to assist wlin the work in tbat end ot the riding. It Is (he Idea here to try and juakc a complete canvass ol tho district In BE short a time as possible. unJon EQYerDment copied, be sal- isfacloryf'to ft hard sttell pafiisaa. Loaa in mlntl. It's one chance Tor even1 Canadian to do -ji--- _______ j look at the monthly lAnfc eleif- fnga recoriled fa day. Prosperous Eo'utlieni Alberta? v Another At the spacious home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H- M. Brown, there was a very enjoyable gathering recently upon tho marriage of their daughter. Miss Wlnona Urown, to Mr. Molvin formerly of Frmnk- burg. -A large company was preseul consisting ol Ibe relatives of part- ies. Pres. Edw. J. Wood performed the ceremony, and the young couple received the congratulations 'of all present. Miss.Winooa's twin sister, ona, one Jr.o3i. as she WBS tn the States and unable io a I lend, mucli to her sorrow-. The young people will reside at or Ibe present, and tbe.bride will be roatly missed In Card's ion, as she rastvery active in all1 church work oae of (he leading 'contralto singers of Ibe State Choir. A host ol, rlcnds besides present- -aiso' Union government will be .worth while if it paU.an end to a lot or parly tha war. GERMANY AFRAID TO STATE WAR AIMS Former fhincellcr gives 1Jie true reisou nol only why Uer- refuses to disclose her Tar aims but why the Allies have no hesita- tion JTJ .QisclDEJDg "He. Is dis- cnsslng Germany's attitude only, bat Ihe conlri.H'he unconsciously ipaV.ea between Germaay and the Allies is :.lo .'be'' escaped..- He says'- tbat many I: not in a posit lop to make "a ouo-sidcd public slatemetjt" ot jhcr B'ar which might "bind our- to a solution to our own pre-, The Allies have no such hesitation; they are not "in s'ach a po- BjtJori." "I 'must afpTcsenl decline to ssjecl- fy b'jf war alms and bind lie bands of oar; And York 'Times' obEcrres that the are of binding the hands ot their negotiators. The rea- .son for tho dl is that tho A1- Jibs have" nothing to conceal, and Ger- Germany wants a peace "t-jVhference bf the old-fashtoned .and abominable type, at wblch crafty card will .seek to se'crwiilch can other, both openly at the conference table and secretly be- tjiod each otbor's backs. The Allies cap stale their war alms, but Germany cannot state hers, and Ihe, Chancellor, almost approaches can- ;dor iq glvlnE.llie reason why. -It, la because should not come a step nearer peace, but il would .contribute .cerlalnly toa prolongation ot Ibe war-" would il prolong the war II Gcr many staled her war alma? asks Ibe Because, obviously, tbey are unacceptable Io the Allied peoples. .Then would tbey nol be Just as unac- 'ceptablo If offered around a conference ...table? bul the allied. pep pled would have ncrtblng Io say about them then. Il would hare become a matter of truck and dicker, la wblch the people would be volcelcia. The .'omarfcsl, slickest horse trader ol the lot would be the one most lively (o L-ome.out best In the trade. Alter- 'Vard the people could growl, bul thai -.irpuld tc their sole privilege, approach Io candor Is its wilghl In gold, though aeern JBgly ho did ..not mean Io be candid Germany were Io ilate her wa I Jitlms where Ihe nol a hsndlu ojf mfietlng In secret, bu 'tfis people, the p'tople of the world- could hear "H would cuuLrlbui. cfrfajnly Io a proloogallon ol th This (3 valuable war alma Indeed so shock tnfT Would Ihd mere stalement o war alma- drive tho who Jillchaefli Jissurea us or Buffering greatly. 'frtun. economic dla "tresai-Jiilo, "reflation I ilher ;ah lji 'flnd.his job znuch more-ipleasanL-ilrUie-.H. C. ol L. -ffqijld keep awaxirom.Uie.cily hall. Lethbridse 'golfer.s'drfl. enthusiastic over iheVgame "for neiL year. Muni- cipal goH-hai come io.jtay IB Lett- bridge. i the hftn'thc 'of But o V RWchstag'8 TMoldtj peace flll .thcea ihlnga false erely emlllng beckoning It 3honl4 be pofsible (or Canadians 3 sacrifice ;their parly prejudices our soldier boys are sacrificing heir Jires. Our .firsl conllngent boys BhouTd are a the draft should men Io take their places. is' a' Tea9Qnable: proposition. l lon here early next moo lii.. Canada lust do her beel for Ihe youth of the ountry._ I good many Liberal tastes tbe union government may be qtifle unpleaaaol ss'caitor DU. But It Is well to remember thnl IL Is neceaiary talce cutor oil occasionally, re- rXfl the Slmcoe Reformer. The movement ot cftltls, iheep and therJlveelMk from Southern Alberta L Lhe pfMe.nt (irae la a feature of bur ride tbL9 fill. .The Board-of Trade hould secure fiauru ahowlc? the rot- ume of llfMtoctc marketed Crod this par! of the provlace each year, ihow- ng the year by year, and t Io Tirkras pack The time Is nearly ripe or the establishment ot a picking l In LelhbrldKe ind now Is Lhc Ime to do the mlielociry work. SMUUO Local Firm'Makes Many Parlies Brought In Southern Alberta lands ara still In great 'demand by (Ice firmers from (he. line. The firm of floss and Harrljon, Alberta Block, reporl ot thousand atres o] mproTed and unimproved lands rV rentlj. Among the Improved sold by thla recently, are. 1100 acres at'Granum to firooks Drainers of Montana-, HOD acres at BUckle to Shields and Richards' Of Washing- ton; highly Improved section 'at Barons to. Mr, OINelU Or ton: SCO acres at Tatjer to Mr. Carey of Idaho. These were made through their Spokane Mr. M, Mr Doglc ia now In Inglon arranging to bring up another parlr of buyers Jwai 33 soon as the Sr Liberty loan loiuls are uow welt past (be iljreo bjllloo dollar mark. of the new war loan "lias been appropriated to Hat. __ Suffrafielles jailwl 111 complain Ibit air "ha nrtson bn't Rt to I real I Presldenl Wilson pave full oudorsa- JUQ to suffrage as an Immedi- ate hjuo ID ccery si me. Washing ton bas decided to lax patent conlalnlnp a high crcculase of alcohol as liquors. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports (bat food prices as- a wbole ID creased 47 per ceat. since Hie war began. King-Albert ol Delgiuu baa decided ed to visit Italy soon, nud.will make an Inspccllon of the Hal Ian arm- ies at the front and visii ihe tretiehes. William Angle, of I'rlnee lluperl, pi- oneer hunter and woodsman of repute, t himself accidentally in the leg Thursday rind.bjed to death berore 1m could suufoion aid. Western railway liues, it is stated, will riot affected. the proposed ..vheat to easlcro United Slates flour mills by way of the Great Lakes. A ruovement is on .supply the Tillage ot Warkivorlh ancl-'farmers line In Percy" Township with light and power. Trhlch will ic uugbl in from CampbeUforJ. Tho Lohdou Standard says: "Wo Lellere th'e _Tvholc failure of English; fhle in Ireland Is comprised "in Iho failure to make such rule Intelligible to Irishmen." m. lUiusay. well known rosMciH of Orlllla. Is dead. t New Orleans Is her txo .ffmlrersary. Francis A. uostiuciEtcr at i Ruiuven, Unt, tlta'O iSilS. IB dead. A butuber of commissions Iu Ibe u Slalea army have been awarded to negroes. Tuero has been a material decrease. Iu Iu ISew Turk iu iiiu past few uionlhs. As n of Iho Trading With the Enemy At.I, tho (joriuHQ at Is to bo routed, __ >Iwi. W. A, CharllOD, rL'tirlug Lib- eral Tor Iiloisclf iu favor of union eoveruuieiit. demand tor greater Tor Ibo of cpuimDrcbil spies lii testing Denmark has, been' ralficd.la tbe Danish uarllauWt. iTho Railway Hoard bas heard noth- ing lit regard Io tho report that the Hallway was nbqul to .pur- chase Iho eld Craud Trunk air line ID Ontario. A iibvcl feature. In connection with the Military Servjco art may bo tbe establishment wf Canadian excttrllon tribunals in Slates. tho proclaniadon ralllof out llio first- class ivas a similar notice was.issued tho length and breadth of UIQ United. States. Us purpose was tbal CnnuUlans conilng within the class, were required to comply .wlUi the term a of tbe proclamation, Cana- dians resilient-across the border arc to return, to' Canada for th5 hearing ot their appll- callous for exemption'. It sucli appllca- been made. H may, eVeTy be fount! (hat whero largo num- bers of Canadians lifave -settled 'In a' vartlcular will ce vmore praciicable'to send'a tribunal across the line. [From Our Own Correspondent) Macleod, Oct. 'enmining: board were kept busy on Monday. ___IE trilrly-flve passed through heir hands, and almost all were first class rlikF, on Taesday the morning 'quiet, but Ihe afternoon was a msy one for these men" who'handle he material lor Ibe army.. Most of the men up farmers and heir boys, a very good lot of men. T. U, Draper, who'enlisted-in'-the' iOth In June 1915, and went itter spending nine jnunths In and, iras eent to France on ihe ?orobing corps, and duriDg Ibe great battle of tbe Somme, he 'was oae of he UOO men wbo went into Uie bat- (e, and only 50 came out "to tell the :alc. He was shot through the stom- ach and He was. in the hos- jital several moat then Invalided adme, he has kpent_ five months IB hla parents in Macleod [or days. He reports at Calgary ..Eejtl Veelt for Ihe medlcal.bDarr1.'.' c The storm of Ihe Iftjr days 1.3.3 stopped the threshing, bulVt the irescnl time a weat'Wlnd and.warm aun Is making the- very fast, and work will be resumed a few days. Only four machines are out now, and a week of fine wea- ther will complete all thei threshing for 1917. ifoat of the TegeUblea are cared for and ID safe-keeplnc for the TTInter, no report o( any' damaged by frofL The eale of land many large sales being reported more looking for mpre_land to crop year. Mn, Slarnes, who has been visit- Ing In Quebec for some months re- turned last weefc. --f Mrs. T.P. Marttn.n-hqapent.the sum- mer In the pastern proTlncea with friends, relumed, home, and'is pleas- ed to enjoy the Alberta': suns nine W. M. hai'returned from a busfncag trip to Edraontoa. J. W. McDonald Is attending :court Ibis week In Calgary. The NonParUsan League Till hold in Macleqd .on' XpTenv ticr'Sth, to Select a'cindfdate for the coming election. irresistible When ?vfclba sings the world slops to Ibicn. Those who have heard hcrv.il. recall her range of: voice, her swccr, melodious lories. OCOLATES nave fittingly called "Melba." They are-leaders. Their range of thejr; great variety of centres and their strict purity have: made them famous. THE GARAGE YOUK LARGE-VARIETY ON HAND. SURE AND GET PRICES. HAYR HARDWARE CO. VTHE HOME OF THE VICTROLA II You Could the i and N r IF YOU COULD BUT FOLLOW if, THROUGKOUTjITS 7 CONSTRUCTION .AND iNOTE THE EXTHAOBDIN; ARY_CARE' CHOICE SELECT MATERIALS THAT ARE THE PERSONAL GIVEN BY EACH WORK> YOU WOUL'O THEN UNDER. STAND THE REASONS' FOR THE WONDERFUL, VVHOLETould give, support to Ih'c .Unionist goTDrn- iDent; and this .probably inearta a new Liberal convention there.' At' a'Bnio'n ionfenllon George B, NJchblson; of Chapleau, 'was unanl- as'tbe 'uilonlst candi- date for East Algoma. East Algoma was represented In the last parliament by Major W. II. Snijlhe, now oreracas Pi01) weather Kill permit land. showing the LAWYER DIES N. 3., Oct. (I. Tre- -eirkiioirii Hallfai lawyer. .Kler a brief.Illness. For he aA active Conser- ie. He was 7rjecfal In- lerent on. the renfifmlfr of Uie Unreserved AUCTION SALE HORSES AND CATTLE AT AND i'Elil) UAKN On Thursday, November 1 forostry.-unil. -i Incident Is .rejiorlpd on Ip hHVe on the Irain' wlwpcn IlarriEloii and Mount Forest'yn-Saturday last, sayn air' Oiilnrio farmotr was Komowhat lonuly-hoaBtlng of (he pros- .cslltos In Intsc war times'with tliclr'blg prlccB.' let Ih'is war 'conllaue a while and w-4 farmers lie on.'our At this, point a little-.woman who hail been listening her wrath, s anclrswlshi bang! blFI'.-.-cumc down her- .on. the -'devoted liead of the two hoya at Iho remarked, ''anil 1 lust couldn't ataad tfalt klml of talk- any lonEer." AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 11 marcs an4 gclillngs from 1 to 6, years old, broken, and 14QO Ibg.; 10 marcs and gcldlnga, (rom 2 .to 4 ycnra oiu, un- liroken. on K par cent b.lbnce nil monlhs crcflll on approved Joint nolca wltli ncr cent, on crcdU amounts or 6 cent, off for cash. 8 Kelilliiefl from 6 lo.t yean old, UOO (o 1600 Ib3.; l> from J Io 8 ypnra uld, from 1SOO (o 1EOO Ibs. each. AD broken; 3 naddlo ponies; 1-waggon and doutiTe liarncgB; 20 dairy COWHJ CASH ENTIRE tIST MUST BE SOLO f.J THE PROPRIETOR HAS GIVEN Uf rARMINO. J .Ai AUCTIONEER' UNRESERVED AUCTION On Thursday, Nov. 1st, 1917 AT ONE O'CLOCK ON WEST HALF OF SEC. 1, TP. I, ROE. 21, HALF. MILE AND FIVE MILES SOUTH OF JAIL, AND EIOHT MILES SOUTH- EAST OF LETHBRIDGE. _________t '.______ _ 12 HEAD OF WORK matched team iron gray IbB.; one matched team, roan inare'und S and 8 years old, about 2500 one yeara old, about 1ZCO lus.; one buckskin marc, 3 years old; arc bred to a good Pcrcheron elallion..0nc matched: team bay geld- ing.. 8 years, Ibs.; one mdtched team bay geldings, f years. 2500 Ib.i.jl one grey gelding-, S years old, weight a'noul> 1600 one ieanygciuliiKs; 9 yearn, 2305 Ono'good milk coW; one heifer calf, 8 months lirood soiv to tartov lietorc the sale; two hrooil sows this (all; 120 chlckenn; 14 geese. '-J. FARM IMPLEMENTS, Wcbcr wajjori will} [rain ana hay rack; one DccrJng binder; ono CocHBhutl single disc drill; one Van tlruiil single -Use drill; ons MeCormlnk mower; one Massoy IlBrrla'mowcr; one.John Uecro dump Kracrson disc; one nldc delivery rake; two bull rakes; one hay stacker; one set 16-ft. wooden lever harrows; ono sot 80-11. Iron lever hmron; one Enteraon Bnnff'filow wllh slubMc and sod bottom's; ono breaker n-nlklng plow; one nluhblc walking plow; one road breaker walking plow; ono notnto cijltlv.ilor; ono potato hHler; ona spring one Rlngle buggy; one now Nnrka grlndstono; ono Inlerfinllilnal hay rrcae; ono saddle; two ncta nlnglc harness; six iota double' ti nlimbei' ot good horflp collars; one blacfigiiilth oulfjl; (Kirlablo hog houses; hog Iroufitis; one bunk ono ,'cfeam -separator; one cooking range; and othor things few mention; houne large Christmas cactus. One Chevrolet Automobile, 1S17 modeV In 'class riii'.ninc -trdir-.TfiLi subject to nalo at any (Inio previous (o. sale. flerved pried. Everything go. am leaving the country-en account HI neatth. H. W. TERMS CASH PETE LeVALIE, Afreiftm ;