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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY.' SEPTKMBISIV 2, lill PAGE FOUR .jtctbljcibo'e tteralfc Hlbcrta i __.__ DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates; Dally, delivered, per Daiiy. delivered, 10i moans inui'o than' c.omributUm of well trained, iveli equipped men for service. Slneu the liosiiming of the war. lloumnnla lias furnished I'nc central eiupiro with supplies of wheat, ot roddor and of petrol. The only outlet to the world for lioumimlau proiluels by the railway to Saloniki was eut oft I when the Gerinans overran Serbia last IGKEDUPIN TOR THE BUST .MAN D'ily. by mail.' pe (Weekly, "by mail, rer year only market then re- TELEPHONES Business Office .Editorial Oltico 12-' AV A. Buchanan John Torrance ManojinK Uiri-clor Business Manager to Itouaianla was that fur nisUwi.l'y (it'rnumy and Austria. Sonic S three or fciur months aso wheat i stores in Uonmar.ia. cxceiniiiK those 'reserved for homo consumption, were sold to Genrans at high voices. i and were removed tc, Iterlin. j As for petrol, which is just as C3- jsenlinl to modern war ns guns ar.d powder, the central empires have been to rely on the oil wells oft Police Magistrate Dunn of MOOSO Jaw has rcsinnad borauso his salary was reduced to' Moose Jaw ly trying to hnvo tlireo overseas battalions located. there this winter. Itev. A. fuer, a recent graduate of Knox college, becomes pnsmr of Aurora. Presbyterian', church. The Dual Representation of Hon. Mr. H. F. C. Ottawa, Aug. of his- tory have been thinking Unit tli.ivex. ed question ot dual representation was settled long' ago. They ar'o all wrong. The. .IJon. frank Cochnuie is the living proof that the question is a red hot one riplit now. The Han'. Frank Cochrane Is about the neatast and. completest thing in tlie way of dual representation 'that has happened "since the Issue--was supposed to out of politics, lie is u dual representative with a (difference. In the old ilays i obliged to rely on the oil wells of border. ance of after expiration dato is "'our authority to continue thu scription. sub- King and Country need you right now! THE PROGRESS overran the Gallcian oil wells in ti.o autumn ot 19'U. and it was not until 'the following summer that the Ocr- regained possession of them. 'Of the three larce tialiciau oil fields, ionc is again in the possession of :ue i Russians, while the second field is Ijust beyond the present :ono oT war- anil is likely at any moment to s Or.ce are rapid.y renchiiif a climax. The report camc.ts. i hn yesterday that Kin, Constannnu had j abdicated in favor of Crown C- George who would support al Though tins has been denied. Ml improbame. as King Constantme; d Is kaown to have given us word to, his the Kaiser, that helco not flgh, but the weight of Greek iu................ The Galician oi! field is in the neish- jod of the San river, ami the inn hohl upon it is precarious. Ih the Roumanian oil exports led and the Cia.k-ian supply in' er. the shortage in petrol, al- noticeable, will speedily be- a veritable famine, is tlie con- 3ii of the Winnipeg Free Press. German chemists. as ?s theii in- allies and 7hat 'great' statement of the people. Veni- doubt- earance of j Ill ,lilv 1.--- ic'- pigeMS are the, latest ro- j representative sat for two coustltueli- to tho United States army on. One in the Legislature ntld the other In the Parliament nt Ottawa- lie wr.s what "you might call a two- sent hog. But the law changed a.l that so the dual representative, had to change liis methods, instead of sitting for two. constituencies 111 two That is lioiv the lion. Frank Coch- I rane operates today. His' constltuen- Dr and Mrs. J. T. Jenkins, of Char- lottetown. P. E. 1.. celebrated the 60th annlvwsarv of-their wedding. a theatre r-on- Etable in Toronld tor tlio past thirty years, died suddenly. A h-ul his.c'v is the international Nickel Com- rifteen-months-old liab> had his t left foot severed when ha which, somnliow or other, pivorlap liito tho shareholders' list of tho Cochrane Hardwuro Comiiniiy. of which Ibo Minister of Hallways Is tho 'presiileut. Yea. tlio International Nickel Com- pany is the Mr. Hyde of tile ghastly political tragedy which Is now being played, out at Ottawa and Toronto, with Mr. ICochrnue and; Premier. Hearst it's the.star performers. Mr, Hyde Is a good name for It because It hides Its books and its profits lu the- United.states, hides its dealings with and. other enemies of the British Rmpire. hides what it makes on- the aide, froni. the other metals contained in (be nickel matte and then liides from the consequences under the coat-tails of tlio lion. Frank Cochrane, Premier Hearst. Hon. How- ard Ferguson 'tuul other foxy explain- ers. But luckily, for the Canadian peo- ple, even Conservative lilto the Toronto World, boRiin to KC( fcick 'of the depreduiioiis the liad Mr. .Hyde. .Moreover a live Liberal can- didate stepped Into the (Mil in South- West Toronto and proceeded to drag Fall Opening Sept. 5th Garbutt Business College 411..EIGHTH ST. S., Demand and Supply Urns now the demand for Office.Help has greatly exceed, e'd We are therefore offering to worthjjf students the op- pifrtifiilty tuition, from their own eatings after i limited hurr.bsr will be accepted on this Hours NIGHT Thursday evenings, 7.30 to 9.39. DAY present'we are running on special summer hours 8 a.m. till 1 p.m., but on the date of Fall Opening we will revsrt to renular school hours, 9 a.m. till 12, and 1.30 till 4 p.m. For the week commencing August 28th, in addition to the present hours, the Office will be'cpen'from 3.30 till 5 p.m. for inquirers, A.: M. FISHER PRINCIPAL 'RESIDENCE RHONE 1531. .OFFICE PHONE 1315. i nanv and he sits for it at .-----f Toronto i tlnii'liicldentaiiy'atands for all'ft does Hyde IS facts Hallways, and in, The _ Stobnrt. a native of s Park j w- conspicuously. ihe Inter- national Nickel Company pay S40- solus speak, also his Absent Treatment for the nickel question. The Hon. Frank's had torn screen door from its hinges j and entered. A new cross neirol anti its replacement u> .menu. i Louis Stevenson conceived his Eam- zelos. come once more come mto ier mean at a cost o. of Dr Mr. PmVel' Germam-s motive power and a mark- Wa Fenl, J, mmiths old child of i Hvde. What's Revolutionary feeling has come to, the moWIUy tne wilUs Hodges. Holland Landing, crept' be long end of the the surface in clashes between a fence on to the G. T. R., garrison, and pro-aily vol- Romnanian of nnteers in Greece. In one or two extremely case? these disturbances have been wheat ann luuuei serious matter for but tne serious. -if Bulgaria has at last declared onjpinc Rumania, and the Ruma-iians and uex Eians are bearing down on the Bulgar- harvest. this will not come until Germal p me L.OIIJUU ..uo loroniu. in the head by. fragments of a burst-; rane njraself is in better plight, ing emery wheel and died shortly has suffered from lanf with daugerous speed. The Ru- "ili their Transylvania cam- paign "Jft-e taken more towns. The whole a good one. will no doubt en- able the centra! empires to carry on I until the time indicated. But if peace paign taken more towns, i, e ,lext Russians on their other front have b, dafeat or iiri50-jera. i there will be real famine in the land The Russian goa.. now that Human- Justice Hughes will not get the bar- ia with the allies, is to be Constan- tinople, ami with all the great strug- gle on the western froni. if the Turk capital (alls to-the Russians, the war, 'it is believed will collapse when the Central powers are thus isolated. DAY .IS AGAIN TrLeffibridgi labor men never fail to observe their own special holiday. liibor Day' and this year they have through a fencj on W the a T. traak ar.d was-killed by a tram. j {Q in South West Toronto. 1 Europe at this very moment. H Frank Cisco, an Austrian laborer at; fl not want On his wor the London Rollins Mills, was struck'. M- in th ing after. Though 17 Guelph women have tremendous struggles in which .Mr. Hrde always gets the best of it. is a lone time since either Mr. within a month registered as wUUng Cochrane or Premier Hearst was for- to do any work in order" iu-release innate enough to appear in the role men who desire to enlist, no employer has yet availed himself of the list. of the benevolent Dr. Jekyll, The devilish Mr. Hvde. meaning the In- ternational Nickel Company, lias so An action for has been he-1 often put his amiable silent partner guu against Rev. Dr. John Wesley j to the bad that he has become quite ber.vote unless to shave..; off his beard and stay shaved. Hiil. New York pastor, by-Miss Lu- cille Covington of Chicago, for al- leged breach of promise. The French military have put a taboo on whiskers. The barbers must have a pull with the high officials. To think of it. The 113th is to get _______.., __._ _____ .._.. the kilts just as the cold weather is planned the biggest and best celebra-j comiiig on. Yet there is the consola- tion that they were without them dur- titm .they have ever offered to the public. While Labor Day is a holiday of special significance 10 the laboring It is not a class holiday. It is "for all of us, because most of us are engaged in some form of laborer other. Canada has been free from labor troubles during the year, dsii largely to the. fipirit of compromise amongst the employers and employees; and it is to be hoped next year we will be able ic record a similar circumstance. Across the border, it is true, one of the most appalling strikes in the con- tinent's history is threatened. It centres; upon the eight hour day, which has been recognized in a great many trades, but which the railroads of the United States, up to the Wfcen trig tlie mosquito season. Since milk keeps going up in price in Hamilton, the Herald of that city charges that "the dairymen aspire to milk thfc public as well as the cows." A Russian who died in Toronto at the age o[ il4 3'ears saw Napoleon American citizens of French-Canh- discouraged and never shows up now In the public performance of either llls statesman. It ma.v liannpn that Mr. air Mr. Cochrane is Dr. .fekylling at Ot- rare what on Sept. 4th. The city of Regina. through its s. tern of semi-annual payment of taxes, received taxes this year on or before the first clay of July amounting, in Citizens of ilie hamlet of Senlac are taking steps with a view to securing incorporation an a village. Senlac is situated Oil Wetaskiwin line of the C. P. R., near: the Alberta boun- dary. Returns received at ,the depart- ment education of -Saskatchewan reveal the fact that 142 students from _a- high schools and collegiate institutes enter Moscow. He failed to live to jn the province enlisted for active service last year: The largest ijuota American UILIZBIIS m r i 13 i nif utum to j it.'and they did. Mr. H.vde enioyed j himself prodigiously at Sir Adam's he didn't do to the THE STANDARD DANK OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE TORONTO DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO CHEQUE. Savings Bank Deposits bear interest at highest current rates. LE THE BRANCH G. F. BLETCHER, 13th Street N. Q THE; CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LL.D.. D.C.L., Preildeilt IOHN AtRD, General Mun'ier H. V. F. JONES, A.l'tGenM.1 M...MI .V, C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central CAPITAL RESERVE FUND, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their banking business, including the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes ire supplied iree of charge on application. w Lethbridge Branch-R. I Brymner, fremier neapi it JM. nx-pbnse he ilidn t tlo to ui I Part hnt :thjt moment Mr. of nle. people's canso wa ,ys- the otner end .j playip_ 'of his dnubln nersopalitv lit Otta time. "-an'c "el together Ions i fnnugli. This whv Mr. j Fvde Is in 3 fair way to shatter both statesmen. This dual representation of Cochrane's. this coniending and con- flicting double. personality of see Kaiser BUI enter Paris. If he thought there was a chance, he might have struggled to live another hun- dred years. The anti-prohibitionists in B. C. are using u statement made by Aid. Geo. B. Knowles. of Turtleford. Sask., in their campaign. Where's Turtleford, s came from the' Saskatoon Collegiate, where 42 enlisted. Word has been received in Brock- ville of the drowning at Grand Ra- pids. Mich., of George S. Begley and his son, formerly of Brockvillc. Mr. Begley was on a lake skiff with his wife and two sons when a squall over- rove seem I :pf. -l not worth vflRr Mr into i i nui -MI 11.- ti-i be hiokv McGarry and rend ed him violent- and his hydro-radial iantlpaUiins. Tho result act at was the McGarrv Act, which left hydro-radial all tied up like a sore thumb. H. F. Gadshy. MONTANA PRIMARY Hyde, said Mr. Hyde being gener- ally the Intel-national Nickel f.ouir pany. This International Nickel Company certainly lias a strong "hold on the Hon. Frank Cochrane and his faith- ful henchman, Premier Hearst. It is not only entrenched in his affec- tions, hut "in his pocket. The Can- adian Copper Company, which, was the original vendor of tho Sudhury turned the boat. Mrs. Begley and mines to the International trust of ent, absolutely refuse to consider. It is to be hoped that between now and Monday an amiable and sathi-sctory conclusion will be reached. Organized labor has many critics and many bitter opponents, largely fouiSd amongst the corporation i it elect other than an ne son were saved. overseer to look after its affairs? that It Is the exigencies of politics and not a downright sym- pathy with the Bowser crowd in B. C. that brings Hon. Martin Burrell. min- ment. but all fair-minded men nize the rights of labor. The who tolls has a perfect right to pro- ister ol agriculture in the Dominion rabinet, to British Columbia lo assist the alleged Conservative party in the f provincial elections, tect his- interests and advance his i H IB by his work industry j is carried on, and the world would be much Ie8s advanced if labor was not organized. Organized labor has done much to uplift the toilers, and it de serves the sympathy of all those who have a real sympathy with their fel- lows. Some individuals are no foolish as to argue that organized labor is a menace, yet these selfsame individ- uals defend the fprmation of Arusts and combines. The latter are a much greater menace. In fact, intelligently directed organized labor cannot be c an.scd as a menace at all. The manu- facturer organizes to protect manu- facturing interests and resorts to the imposition of heavy taxes upon the people to gain his ends. Our laws, especially our tarifis, protect the manufacturers to the hilt. Surely labor, by organizing itself, has. a right to protect' us interests, urgantzeuj Ifbor has not adoited the best] course, .but when unions of all classes are. .considered it wili be found that tho organization of labor has been beneficial- to all of us. Jt haa cer- tainb tended to balance up iiuliviil- Mr. Burrell iype of man and we believe that ,rt he abhors the methods prac- tised oy -Bowser and his crowd. It is a pity he is not big. enough, like Sir Chfls. HIbbcrt tupper and other well known B. C. Conservatives, to repudiate the gang.' He likely foars trouble in Dominion affairs if he wont that far, so he appears on the plat- form supporting Bowser in order to avoid a split in the Dominion ranks. It is not so much to help Bowser but to help Burrell in Dominion affairs that he is on the provincial band wagon. Such is Ihe way of cheap politics, and even high-minded men iike Mr. Burrell must be contaminated liy.it............ ENTRANCE HARD into the war Yankees and Germans, has names THE follows strenuous exercise is the most thorough test of any soap. Then the pores are wide open and the skin is sore and chafed from perspiration. If the soap contains "free" alkali or strong ingre- dients of any kind it cannot help but smart, burn and irritate.; Nothing but pure, high grade soap, can give .satisfaction ;at sucn a time. _, Ivory Soap has been in general use for years at the leading colleges and athletic clubs in the States. Its'-freedom from alkali, its mild- ness, its purity arid its extremely high grade .of materials are beyond ques- tioni .'T.t.is of soap you shoujd IVORY SOAP PURE about nne-halt the counties in the tate, Init none complete and perhaps one-third of the vote counted, the nominees by yesterday's state-wide primary apuear to be as follows: United States de- mocrat; Pray., Republican. Democrat; Ed- wards, Republican. Lieutenant-governor McDowell Democrat, and Aiinln, 'Republican. AUorney Poindexter, De- mocrat, and Ford. Republican. Secretary ot Democrat, and .Hazelbaker, Republi can., State Demo crat. and HedricK. Republican. Democrat, and i Penner, Republican. I Railroad commissioner Johnson Democrat, and Boyle. Republican. i Superintendent of public instruction Democrat, and Trumper Republican. Clerk nupreme Be mocrat, and Craig, Republican. ELECTION IN FEW MONTHS Vancouver, Aug. 31. Speaking about Dominion election on his re turn, from tlie east. Joe Martin M.P. in an interview said, "I believe it likely that au election will occur with in the next two or three mouths, as i -understand the government favors an immediate election and will put the "matter before the Duke of onshire as soon as he arrives, til any event, there will be an election before another year expires as Sir Wilfrid Laurier lias announced that He will not consent to any further ex tensions of the life of parliament, The j tlnlon Bank of Cuali gives a Modern Banking Service a growing tendency. which have always foster- ed, toward closer relations between business men and their with z broader and more valuable service from bank to.otistomer. Open an account with the Union Bank of Canada and.take advantage of the exceptional facilities which OUB 'enab's us to offer. OF CANADA LETHBHiPGE BRANCH, GRASSY LAKE BRANCH, G. R. TINNING, Manijer H. E. SANDS, Acting Manaeer. Mute of Hamiilun, CentJf WILSONS FLY PADS Will KILL MORE FLIC1; TH4N OF STICKY V CATCHER Clean lo handle. Sold hs ill Drus- xi.tc. and General Stores. Your Daughter's Matter of-Prlme" Importance'- ALBERTA LADIES' COLLEGE OF RED DEER {Temooranly Located in Assinlboia Hall, University..Bunding, Edmonton 4 mstlnctl; High Class Residential and Day School and Toung-sromen only Offering exceptional advantages for their traMng ACADEMIC COURSES, cover Public and High School Work up to and including University Matriculation SPECIAL Fine Art, Household Science and full f Course .Including Stenography and Fas Moderate Fall Wm opent TUESDAY, SEPT. 1ZTH, .1911. Send foi Calendar and full information to REV. N. D. KEITH, M.A., President Assiniboia Hall. Edmonton South, Alberta. TOHOiVTO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC A. S. Vogt, Mus. Doc.. Musical Director, REOPENS SEPTEMBER 1st. A Nat.onal Inrtitulion Devoted to the Highest Interests of Cin.dlan Tho lareost School of Music'lnVe Empire. Unrivalled'In Canada as rJgartefn.' IntfrSahoial distinction of its and the complete- well as for all work beius under the supervision ot the Yeir Book, Centre and Women'. Residence Pamphlet; CONSERVATORY SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION SPECIAL CALENDAR. F- H. KIRKPATRICK, Ph.D., .Principal, c Vocal Cultur., Dramatic Art ST. HILDA'S COLLEGE CAtGARY, ALBERTA A CHURCH RESIDEN-WALiAND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Preparation for theiUnlveriities. Special courses in Art.-.filusie and Voice Culture. Attention aiven to individual needs. Grounds, Healthful Situation, outdoor Games and Phys- Prewratiry and Kindergarten Dep.rtmenl fof Boys and AUTUMN TERM BEGINS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 For Prospectus, apply to- MISS SHIBLEY, B A Prlnclp.l ;