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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THK UiTlllJRmCE DAU.Y HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. ID: tletbbvtbije Hlberta DAILY WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Bally, delivered, per week Dally, dclivorcd. pur year D-ily, mail, per yciir iVeokly, by mail, per year lOc .S5.00 .Sl.lH) up us 'the stern-throated calliope of Calgary." This is another possession that helps to malic Calgary Iho mitre ot thi) universe. TELEPHONES Su.Mnsss Office Offico W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business .Manager Dates ot expiry of subscriptions ?ejr daily on adtiross labol. Accept- ince of pipers after expiration date is Dur authority to continue the sub- scription. The progress of a I.ethbr'.dBO by- law always seoms to be rough. Some- body always seems to tie up Iho works, like the boy who puts a pin in the ninchlni-ry of the i-lock 10 sec what will happen. After the plci'lora of voted, She soldiers will bo ror days in KllKhu'd. and the It is the nwrlilnc will likely the voting, not the soldiers. Under Iho guise of the interest of the soldier. tin- Bowser government put into fon-o act th.M is open to the worst form !of manipulation, ballot-box stuffing. RICKED UP IN FOR THE HUSY mrst of Archihishop SpaldliiB. died at Poor; ia, Illinois. A campaign lo abolish tho ward sys- tem in Moose Jaw is gaining in favor. John Burns, the veteran contractor of Nelson ami Trail, died, agod 65. Ivx.AHl. .las. Hast. Kdmontoil. has i enlisted in Uie army medical corps. Mrs Robert Moore, an old resi- I dent of St. Mary's, died at her home, limed sixty-two years. About one hundred students ere The l.t'tlibriilse schools get a boost! registered at the Camroec Normal from the outside. The Calgary Herald school. says: "A Lethbridgc school boy has I H c is I5nvins Moose roil a Queen's University j..n. pastor the Baptist being the best student In his grade in Vour King and Country need you right now! the whole of Alberta. tinctien that speaks as much for the church at Swift Current. Strathearn Hendrie. cousin of the ;rnur of Ontario, died THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR All attention centre? on Greece. That little kingdom, like Rumania, has :ome to the stage where now she Lcllibridge schools as for the nati labilitv o! the scholarship _ i Thanks! The tribute is well deserv- ciui, house of the Shaughnessy Heights' Golf club, Vancouver, was destroyed by fire. J. II. Symons. for many years to the stage where now sue can i The Royal Bank of Canada which is j tl. bymons. tui num. io scarcely less than join the heavily interested in Ihe West! director of tlie Union Bank of Halilax, Such action on her part is now only a j has recently extended its oper-! died at -Moiuclair X J., aged natter of hours, and the week-end j ations to Venezuela where it has op- ivill in all probability find her in the'cnci] up several branches as part of ranks of the allied armies lighting to Jan scheme that has for its :lear her territory of the invading! objei-t the seizure of at least a part Bulgarians. King Consiaiulne lias not of the South American banking field. !led the country, but he has been i This bank is enterprising, and forced at last to take full cognizance i entrance into South America m its Governor Hiram Johnson received the Republican upmiimtion jitor m California. Edmond Filtton. teller in the Nelson branch of the Bank of Commerce, was killed in action. opinions and feelings of his people, and give ear to their demands. In the meantime the Russians are jrossing Rumania on their way to Bulgaria, arid heavy fighting proceeds an the .'Macedonian from, where the lilies are forcing back the Bulgarians. in this fighting there has been heavy Bulgarian losses. The .Rumanians in their fighting on Bulgarian border, have captured a Bulgarian town. Turkey. has declared war on Ru- nania. On the western front the French lave repulsed German counter-attacks, ind the British hare further advanced ind captured more prisoners. more to develop trade with than the act R. Dix. of Winnipeg, and R F. of our government iSpence of Toronto, have applied for the position of city auditor at London. Barons farmers are not soing to; Rev val Tiltou. of Metropolitan put all their money into automobiles. Methodist Church, Hdmuntun. has re- JThey believe in advanced education j ceived a call to church.- and" will enlarge their school to pro-j pf the E hospital, died vide for manual training and monton municipal It is i Montreal. Fall Suits and Cbats WE INVITE THE LADIES of Lctlibndse and district to call and look over, the beautiful Suits and heavy wiats we've gathered from leading Eastern niannfactiirers. We from many i" order to get a big variety of styles and materials; and think you will say, Have seen our suits and coats, that it is the be.st fall and winter range we've ever shown. Drop in and have a look. ________ "FALL SUITS Fine Tailor Made Suits, Materials: Black and navy coating serges and Length of coats, 32 inches. Beat, satin linings. Tailor Made Suits Brown and grey mixed tweeds. Full stylish coats. 31' inches long, satin lined. Skirts are full and plain. 'Very Fine Tailored Suits, Finest materials, anil very best workman- ship throughout. Navy, block and brown serges, gaberdines and poplins. FALL COATS Kieh Seal Ilrowii SealeHc Coats. Dressy coats, made up In very full skirt, bell or regular coat slcovo. torpedo or reg- ular close fitting collar, belted cr full backs. Some have fur collars and linings. Prices Heavy Tweed Coats. Splendid qualities, bent fall ami winter styles in an endless variety of pure woo! Scotch, English and Canadian Tweeds. Bodies lined. Uood values at J1S.OO. Baby Lamb and Velvet Cord Coats, Satin lined throughout, tie science. Good for Barons. a live town and it wants lo bring up, its youn- men and women with the! A daily mail service for all towns is ing departments-in operation i shame Lethbridge. VICIOUS ATTEMPT TO WIN Bowser's vicious'soldiir' vote'act is icored .by Hon. Joseph Martin. "The government passed an act that aas so many loopholes in it that it is L sin that it was ever The wild prairie rose is the refuge of a pest. Think of this, ye people admired this wild flower. Tho i lished. The city of Prince George has taken over the electric plant of the Northern Telephone and Power Co.. and VT'IM Tur." it as a public utility. Chopg Hins, a Chinese contractor University of Saskatchewan expresses j Vancouver, chased a thief into a umveisuj ui oao deuse croud, ana recovered a tho opinion that the spores which1 ca'jse the wheat to" rust and1 have brought about so much loss" in the two provinces to the east live through out the year on the ross bushes, wait- ing for favorable conditions under Mr. Martin. "The government made j which to attack the wheat. But then.. ----0---- act res.l that ihe agent-general! it is not the wild The Ulio archbishop of. Rupert's Land, is to India to spond hcr _ mission i let containing The Pacific Groat Eastern Railway has leased a car barge with a Capacity 01 cars to operate between Van- couver and Squamish. Nora daughter of rt'a T.ar.d life in ieast lea weeks after nomination. The people of British Columbia not, tuow who is elected till a month after! :he election is. over. The ynte of-the soldiers will not have been counted j Mil then. Arrangements should have i been made to have the count taken, aera and in the Old Country simuitan- louslv. the government is defeated it may figure on the soldier vote io pull .it out of the hole. As far as 'Sir Richard is concerned I know cannot see anything but defeat for the Bowser administration." Think of it. A government praitst- its loyalty from tho housetops util- izing the soldier fighting for honor and their admiration of beauty. recent issue te Devoir, He writes: mission work. R. A. of C. P._R. shops for the past five years, leaves Winnipeg to take the pos- ition of superintendent of motive Sjxteen men and one v.'oman, in addition to a huge furniture van full Ferdinand of Austria, whose of machinery, general merchandise, groceries, bedding, and a mass of i other miscellaneous articles compris- The British empire c by cribeci by him "as ;i uiunainius <.aing, pojice jn connection with a series of built up'by a force and robbery, and; wholesale robberies in Regina and kept togolhOi- utiier Jaw. Bourassa's "I was a witness in London during June, 191-1, of the undisguised joy caused ny the disappearance of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, whose squarely Catholic policy was suspect." Graphic Don't Miss Seeing the Range of Coats at Can give you all the novelties at this pi-tec, in Tweeds, Cheviots, Cliincillas, Curl Cloths. Also the Real Irish Donegal Shawls Made up into full, flaring coats. SKIRT SPECIALS New Tweed Skirts at 5.00 New All Wool Serge SUMs 5.05 New Wool Coating- Serge Skirts "-O" New Black Silk Skirts New Check Scotch Cloth Skirts PREPARE FOR THE SCHOOL OPENING We carry everything in boys' and girls' clothing. For School Dresses We are showing extra strong Dress Twoedi, M inches wide, at The Simpson Co., and Cranbrook Electors nnwierltes will do their ut- time. Then he came back and resigu- to maninLte the soldiers' viteUd, and the present premier was m- Th0 fnrthcoiuin' B C elections, stalled in power, but so far he had In the B. to publio'n this sheet. speaking imblisuer-s? Sie _______ Ont.. is forced to close down because i sne do more in John Hari, lu'bvlBCial. campaign man- related expose sum Turner and a further a year hting for honor and in Europe, as a means of de- he depreceated further recruiting? 'eating the will of the people ot Brit-j (Eh Colombia iC it so desires. The people of B- C. aught to make the de- rision on Sept. 14til so decisive that a resort to crookedness will be im- possible. Puts forward' an ingenious proposal I ager for the Liberals recently 'that Queen Alexandra become Vicer- j a few circumstances, which by the name of Wvoi d month than UoapV Welch was sent to London to I of a year tor life. _ .__ _i____nr v-ntinp- iin-ttamlv cnsl endorsed by the people. The had been voted to Mr. granted him as a pension for life. Sir (From Our Own Con-eaponclent) Pincher Creek, Aug. A" soo'l at- tendance and an interesting meeting of the city fathers took place in f.it town hall Monday last. A vcrr ed argument arose over the bill pres- ented by the local I., 0. 0. F. for the o.. ene y e sum cleaning and pumping of the cellar the politicians have done in years j toward i tion. a solution of the Irish ques- NOTICE TO SOLDIER'S WIVES AND DEPENDENTS have Sir nit If Turkey and Greece clash again, It will be the same old story. Turkey (nil be done to a nice brown turn. If Greece enters the war there will be la nations fighting. 'em! Tt looks-as if the railway strike, in United States wouldn't be a strike sfter all. Something like our coal itrike. The question is: When ii strike not a strike? With the Rumanians sweeping into Russia and the Russians getting ready :o take the Bulgars in the rear the Tentontc allies will soon learn what Uie word 'retreat' means. Manitoba may postpone building its aew capital buildings until after the iooks like a pretty good idea. Steel and, all other materials are high aow and labor is hard to get. Couldn't the C. P. H. have called that new town Slarpole or Flagpole sr Cedarpole instead of Polcstar. First ihing- we kuuw [iKOple will he trying to find Steffanson, the explorer, there. ;J The French poilu has been ordered to shave off his whiskers, and therebj 120 ton" hirsute decorations go to .vaole. A chance for Presidential can jldate Hughes to lay in a supply. Billy Maclean, Conservative M. P fel-'-South.York, sizes H.'B. Bennett During the absence of Mrs. Frank Colpman from the city, all matters relative to the pre- and receiving of applica- tions for allowances from the Canadian Patriotic Fund and also any other duties coming under this section of the Fund's work, will be attended'to by the Honorary Treasurer at his office, Acp.dia Building, 612 3rd avenue south. s.l Hon. C. J. Doherty, minister o? X justice, attended a recruiting meet- v.ir.g of the Jewish reinforcement com-j pany. and after the proceedings was T presented with A memento p.nique for an Irish-Canadian Catholic; This eh was seni iu P charge of the voting un-! tainly cost B. C. a heap of monej to Iride. But it was; get rid of Sir Richard the High "Sitineerl MontfSl man waB Commissioner for Canada, and twice gold watch engraved with the Jewish company'G crest aad what Capt. Freedman, company command- er, described'as holy form the double triangle." Lady Cameron left SCI UlIUCCl a. -T. over but he dirt' not arrive until after the Shorneliffe vote had neen taken, so the Liberals were not rep- resented there. "Another appointment was that and tlie Common- .01 one Co% who was formerly secretary of the Conservative Association at Es- one as much as the representatives from other provinces of Canada states of the Australian wealth. No wonder tha B. C. electors will vote for a change in government on September 14th. Toronto where slle will loin Sir Doug. las. They will sail early in Septem- her for England to spend en indefin- of the conservative miimalt and who it is understood se- FRITZ SETS TRAP naLppointmont through the In- FOR ATKINS' FEET oibbs, in crookellest work any man; in a JeBBatch M British Headquarters in for British Columbia ever pulled off- .ilr. France vvrites as follows: foi p[ the I.O.O.F. building at tho time of the spring freBliet. When the bill was flrst submitted it -was turned down, and had, been presented ac- companied a letter from the lodge solicitor. It was decided finally to remain firm and not Day the bill. Further proceedings are expected. On receiving the resignation of Amos Broadwell as engineer of tlie electric light plant, an advertise ment for same had resulted in a number of applications having been received. A special meeting was called for Thursday when all replies Jjite Tireir Capt. Leslie Bramwel! l to be a fair and hon- camp two sons nd j front and their daughter, Mrs. Homer I urday. would be German is beginning to leave aoes IIUL acmu a lot of little things behind him. even k of Cox. We were if ho trench In a hurry, vote at the Sarcee. This ls a new dodge. One invention taken, on Tuesday, has come into his fertile im- High River, Alta., Aug. Bradburn, of the 113th battalion ia in custody of the mounted police at High River and will'be taken to Cal- gary this morning by Constable Pax- ton He was arrested on the arrival of the train here last night will be charged as a deserter. His capture was-effected by Priv. ate John Henry, ot- High River, who had missed him from the camp and who had Incidentally run .cross him on the street in Calgary. The pris- oner was in civilian clothes and tliia gave. Henry the suspicion that he was endeavoring to hake a getaway Henry shadowed him all nay and took the train with him when lie left for tho south. ramwe se est man, but He does not seem to be able to keep track of Cox notified that the on Sat i tront ana lueir auugin.ui, HUKH. anrJ iDlxon, and children, are spending th ror readies dim summer on tllo sea ,noc, Crearn! To get full palate- joy with maximum of nutri- ment for the day's work eat them on shredded wheat complete, perfect meal, easy t6 prepare, appe- Sir Horace Rumbnld has been ap- pointed British minister at Berne. He succeeds Brelyn M. Grant-Duff, who is retiring on account of his health. Sir Horace Rumbold has tizing and Shredded satisfying. Wheat all In the bodyrbuilding material in the whole.-wheat grain is re- tained, including the bran coat, which is so useful in promoting bowel exercise. He was ------a Berlin when war was declared August 1914. and since haa been at- tached to the foreign office in Lou- don. Made in Canada "I as provincial manager, was no- tified by -Mr. Bramwcll that the vote at Camp Hughes would be taken soon. I arranged to have a man present and agination is the mantrap, which he sets outside his parapet or inside shell hole on the way to it. As soon as one of the British soldiers sets foot on it la closes about his leg with a terrific bite and brings him down like a log. was "waiting for final instructions _ when I received word from the east "Another little device in deviltry 12 that .j.c voto nad already been taken. the 'tortoise bomb.' It looks very much were expected to be, in and the mat- ter of appointing an engineer attend- on to. Councillor Tucker gave notice ot his at 'the nest veejilar of Introducing1 a new bylaw concerning the revising of fha elec- tric light charges. The proposed rates will be as follows: up to 20 kilowatt, cents, from 20 to 100 [kilowatt, over 100 kilowatt, 15. The minimum rate will be the same as at present. The secretary had a list of the de- taxpayerK, both of the land THANKSGIVING DAY Ottawa, ing Day has been fixed this year for the second .Monday in October, ihe ninth of the 4 month. The order-ln-council fixing the date was passed to- day. A I w vas never informed here, and I am health Sir Horace rtumbold has M was that he long been in the diplomatic service, told that Cox openly boas ed that he acting charge d'affaires at I had ;puf one over on the uoerais CONSTERNATION IN SOFIA Zurich, Ang. 30, via There ia consternation in Sofia, capital of Bulgaria, over the approach or Russian troops through the Dubrudja, accord- ing to news reaching here from Austrian sources. Rumanian aeroplanes arc re- ported to be directing the fire of the artillery in the fighting between the 'Rumanians' and the whicii is on In all the n'ountaln passes.