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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKITXig pAItt TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1917 BUxrta WEEKLY Subscription Bally, delivered, per week Dally, delirered per yesr Dally, by mail, per year Weekly, by mall, year IR'eefcljr, by mall, per jr.--- ..IVOO .11.50 TELEPHONES Bnilness Offica Eoltorla! Offico W. A. Buchanan nciMent Md ManasinK fired" John Torranco Business daily on address laM Accept- cncs of papers alter eviration diW cur authority to continue the sun- gcriptton. bine and se'.l through a single agcno, there is at unce a loud outcry ,1-e "trust." If they strife to scrv. the puWc independently they appeal to the same customers, corer Iden- tical territory aud vile wMrh someVody must pay. In the. eud j" it of waste elimination, 1 We ara urged to prevent kitchen, in the market. in the everywhere. It i right idea The head of the house mUbt bran by paylns cash (or what and lakins it home .n his basUt. I! everybody were to pursue tl'is coaffloiisense and dignified way of sii'iplslns his household, the results are certain to develop in lower prices arJ more satisfactory purchases. PASSING UP IN Your Klna and Country Nesd You Right Now! _____ PALL IN ma THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. The pope's iiMce note has gone the way of oil peace notes based'upon re turn to the status quo ante and is sink ing rapidly into oblivion with all other similar offers which originated from JJjj-g DU. Gorman or bore a German taint, enlisting was a WilsJn's reply to the pope ias ended once tor all the move to- wards reace while German autocracy remains uncrossed. active these days during another spt-11 of wet weather. Tbe French have gained new ground and the Italian drive continues towards Trieste. (From Our Own Corr.-spondsnl) Macleod, Sept. give the names ot five Macleod men who nre su'Coiine Irom v.-ounds for their kins and country, the sreat cause of liberty, and very soon we hope to hear for freedom. "ihese hoys went forth at the call, and arc S. E. Gay, before carpenter and con A SOMEWHAT RIDICULOUS PROPOSAL, reception for Food Controller Hannahs solution ot their problem ot obtain- ing canned vegetables, as announced lu today's paper. His stipulation that bonaBcle threshsri must wire him for license to purchase canned vegetables Is not only closing uo the machinery o! production with fed tape bit it shows a deplorahla isaorauce of con- ditions In the west as applied to thresting crews. These crews are now scattering over the country for their EMBon'B work. Hates for threshing nave already been fiied upon tb basis of the use of canned vegetables The necessity tor operators of tbresl Ing crews to stop operations to g thronsh the red tape of .proving t Food Conrtoller Haona away back I t'UilSLUJS l> tractor, he lived in Macieod man> vears. where his family reside. Sergt. Major Greenwood, was born in MacleoJ during ibe time the Gait Coal and Navigation Co. mtne oper- having' the first mill in Macleod, his father was general manager for iho company At that time, he moved to Lethbridge. then later to Edmonton, from which point he enlisted. Mike Mountain Horse and George Strangle Woolf, were aniious lo join at the beginning of the war. and They are both Blood ndians, and Mike is a brother of Albert Mountain Horse, who ied from wounds more than a year V 0 Watts was reported wounded n August 2tSh and oil August 31st ported died Irom wounds. Sam, as -was known hy all, ran a business u Macleod for years. Ho 'was a and a member of the band of the 191st, spent one summer at 'Earcee Camp, More going over- seas. He was horn in the Southern States, came to Alberta 12 years ago, he was anxious to do his bit. and has paid the price with his life (or the old Union Jack. Delegates, to the meeting of Insur- ance men in Macleod report an en- thusla'tic meeting at which another orgauiiation was formed, The Alberta Insurance Agents Association, for the protection of agents and general wel- fare of these protectors ol our homes and property. Application will be Conan Dcyle has suggested (hat rtrlltsh wives of Germans shoulu bo permitted to get divorces. The original tilms ot the Wlllard- Johnson fight In Havana have been destroyed by lire In Kdgewater, .s. J. The rice crop In Spain this year Is eitraordinarlly plentiful. U will re- quiro the services of 1P.COO workers to harvest It. The London Times announced that second Lieut. Osier. Artillery. iho on'.y son of Bir Win. has been tilled. Lieut. Harry Jepsen. of Iho C. M. A. a xanalnio .nan. has died In Ihe hos- nftal in France, as a result ot wounds Vinvy Ridse. fnpt M. O. Kelly, contractor, age 4-> son-in-law ot the late Jarne' died at Tort Arthur. Hi leaves a widow and two children. The discovery ot a new process to extracting of. (rc-ra shalo has won a uarrljn lor A H. Crane, who was sen [us a in the Stale prison in Car City. Nov., tor burglary. Two men carrying tho pa roll of the Winslow Iron Work; Chicago, were shot to death in fron of the plant by five bandits who escap ed with the money In an automobile. Donald B. MacMillan. American explorer, found an enormous glacier, second only In size to the famous Humboldt in his far north wnJcrings, according to a telegraphic report received from him by the American Museum of National HU- lory. MacMillan also reported, the discovery of two new Islands. Louis J. Malvy, minister ot the In orlar in the French cabinet, has re- gned. Evert J. Wendell of Vorfc, mem er ol the Olympic commute" am ideiy known in athletic circles, died h.iunu 11. the American, hospital. Paris. Manv persons were Injured in a flr hich "broke out in city ot Kazan n Ihe KaracnVa fiver 430 miles eaj f Moscow. John S. nosby. formerly sheriff's o ricer ol Shaughaveu aud wanted to alleged misappropriation ot tunas, at Detroit, Mich. John S. Hosby. formerly sheriff's of- rnperlal forces, who tor four years as with the Western Can- da Mission, baa received tho Mill- ary Cross for services in Mesopolatu- An International conference of wo- men from both bclliserent ond neutral countries will be held In Stockholm Septsmher 16-IS. Tho conference will w of a semi-private nature. Sinking by a German submarine, o! the Norwegian steamship Frlgg. 1.04i> tons gross Is reported by the. Norwe Elan foreign office, an Exchange Tele- graph dispatch from Copenhagen says The crew was saved. Nearly was paid tnl the U.S. treasury In tho final insta rnent ot the Liberty loan. Approx mately already has heen paid In.-vopresenting principal and In- ter.'st, oil tho Liberty bonds. Ths dearth of artillery Instructors at j'laltsburg Is so great lint several hundred candidates ara beins trained tow moulds lo take Iho dual po- Hlou ot dean of Columbia and rector ot Christ church, Westminster, B.C. Tho legal conlest'ovor the will ol ho lute John R. McLean, millionaire newspaper publisher ct Washington aud Cincinnati, was ended when the courts granted pelitlon of Edward 1. McLean, his only. son. that he be appointed one ot the executors ot Iho estate. Joseph brother ot the bonuih. rebel leader, Thomss arrested at Dublin. Is understood the arrest was In con- nection with speeches recently dellv eredby him. Feiuer. He Is a prominent Sinn Dccanse Secretaries McAdoo am1 tedtlcld could not agree, oa what lowers would conferred on then iy tho trading with the enemy ac uow pcuiilng In congress, lha measure -.vas amended uy Iho senate commerce, committee so that all powers bo placed with the president. More linn machinists, makers and machinists' helpers era- rtoyed on tbo Boston and Maino oad system quit work at Boston. Jnion loaders said the men struck to obtain teller working conditions and .Ighcr wages. Falling from a roller coaster al Island, Gromeu, ot Uoand 5roolt. N. J. caught foot In the rtmework of the structure, and hung suspended for half an hour with a broken let until rescued by firemen, broken leg until by .firemen. C. B. Snlvely. former chief of po- lice In Los Angeles, who failed to wlti in o. iwauj, icer at Shaunavon, and wanted for snrno months lor misappropriation of !uuds, was ar.ested at Detroit. A cable has been received at Vic- toria by E E. Wootton. informing Mm that hi? son. U. H. N'. Woolton. has been awarded the Military Cross for his meritorious services in the field. Three sisters In Sydney, N.S., are leaders: In three classes this year in the government reports of academy examinations. They are Misses Mar- garet, Helen and Miriam Bannermsn. Owing to Ihe hish cost of paper, ona Harvard magazine has gone to the wall, and U Is probable that sev- eral other college publications will be forced to suit. Tha Paris food commission Is con- sidering the advisability of Introduc- insr milk cards, a scarcity ot milk dur- ing the winter being forecasleRAO ng lug the winter betas foreseen. three whom his libel suit agilnst the Loi Angeles Uoconl, when four Jurors held out against him, will have another try January 24, hy reserve officers o? only months' training, many of have aev'.-r fired a servlco shelL Ravages hy grasshoppers have be- come so great In certain sections of the State of Texas that farmers are organizing for their systematic am wholesale destruction, according to John B. Walker, state crop pesl in- spector. David Canlln, of Hamilton, was kill- ed at tho Grand Trunk station. Ho had gone to meet his wife, who was com- ing from Muskoka. and whflo crosing tho Iracks was run down Uy the train on which she was returning. Half a million dozen-winter shirts for the V. S. forces havo been order ed, and ten thousand operators wii be engager! In making them, says Solomon Cutler, organlter ot the Shlrlmakers1 Union. Rev. B. A. Anderson, of Otlavva, ha accepted the rectorship or St. Mat thews church, Brandon. Ho succeed tho nev. C. S. Quaiulou, D.D., who let Your Range Should Have dependable oven; R good wanning closet; a durable and ample-sized firebox; easy-working grates; simple draft control and a finish that requires but little attention to keep clean. All these and many other desirable feat- ures will be found in KOOTENAY RANGE For Sale by the TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. that they are bonaSde thresh more'strS nnttttul In a Ilcen fi IO pill- ,t _ Tri iA th.i narrvinsr ers and entitled lo a license to p chase canned vegetables is soing to mean a serious delay in operations and will throw things in general into confusion., Tho threshers are in a serious dilemma over the canned veg- etable regulation and Controller Ban- na's latest restriction is not calcul- ated to help them out. WASTE THROUGH DELIVERY SYSTEMS. With all the talk of economy and the elimination ot waste, it is surpris- ing that thire Isn't a- greater effort in-ade by merchants in town and cities to eliminate the needless duplication of delivery systems. Some months ago President Marnoch, of the Hoard of Trade, suggested at a meeting ot retail merchants ot the city that they try to get together on some system of' centralized delivery. Nothing has come of It. The following from the Portland Oresonlan, rules in connection with the carrying out of general regulations ol all com- panies doing business in Alberla. Meetings will be held In various dis- tricts ao that every qualified agent may become a member, and thus help in making tie insurance business one of the greatest in the province of Al- berta. received from Rev. C. Dyer, in England, that his Is recovering and he expects to be home with tho hoy, about October 1st. His son has been given three months leave. Inspector Henase oi the n. N. A. bank is tour of inspection this week in Maclend. 1st was a great day for hose who love the gun, and many a HOSu WHO luc duck (ell victim to those who could shoot. They all report duck and geese' more plentiful this year than in the past. W. Renwlck claims tho largest bag lor the firs', day's shoot- ing. Harvesting Is practically over in the Macleod district, so far as cutting goes, there are a number of fields here that are not quite, ripe, but gen- erally H is all In the stook. More Rev. Edwin Teals, chaplain with the crops aro In terrc to lhmk. go ovcr the importance ot doing something to lhe ,0 pcr acle and many place will, it is iald, reach 25 and 30 bushel to Impress again on their minds the importance ot doii overcome the waste: "ipci'.acre. j. ouum u. leod began Thursday to thresh hl3 me nauon I but not. enough to give an idea of th oTher day and agreed_to eHrnlnato un --------j---- oer necessary delivery.ot purchases, dear to the ere and may not he to others, what deliveries are It "will he agreed, however, that a vkTar.d therefore Involves needier "In elaborate system ot free delir erv Ol goods has grown up through online nation, and it will not to modify H greatly. modified at all, under the con-------- 7c.ompetU.oi, In- the national council ot defence Uttes a or a business dictator Is creat- There Is, of course, no such animal as free delivery. Ills paid for hy the dustomcr. Kvery package of'pins or yard of cloth o- nonml oE potatoes costs the buyer more because of the common delusion ol free delivery. The vlclousness of the system does not end with the practice by any one establishment ol sending articles to one's home. A lot 6t wagons, or mo- torcycles, or automobiles perform the tame cover the same routes and pile up a heavy toll against a Take milk deify ery. Is there any economic justlflca tlon tor a great fleet ot milk carts load ed down with cans and hollies run ring all over city, each In competl tlon with the other pulling Its pro duct on the hacV. irarch ol the user If milk is worth 5c a quart at the cow !t mounts lo lOc and more In th loitie, and a grsat ot the eilr for delivery. It might easily h H there were a common zyglem utrrinf all dealers, preventing dnp ciUon, cutting out' waste and opera lag on scheduie. It Is Iho, same wl and other commodilies. out nui. yuuugu .u on yield, the light rain prevented mor than a trial ot the machine, the damp ness has prevented others from threshing. The coming week will se the- machines all over thi distrl turning out the golden grain, whe the r.tw heat wPl bring new price Elevator men are all ready and wa Ing for the except the Macteod Milling Co., who are busy doubling Ihelr storage capaclt'y.'whlch will be completed about Serit. 15th. The "Poilu" (the French Tonuny Atkins) ta rtffl fighting for the glory of France with a WILL THEIR VOICES BE UNHEARD? FRENCH WOUNDED EMERGENCY FUND fUTOEK THE AUTHORITY OF TEE FBENCH OOVEBHMENT) IUHV -__________------ n-a nnwAvrnUTi AI mm (From Our Own Retlaw, Sept, About half of the rezhlng machines tributary lo Het- w have been In operation during the eek, and threshing will hs general wficV, Wheat is the only grain that has een threshed and It Is not yielding s wsll as cn.ecled. The average ol he llelds Ihreshed has been Irom ten o twelve Imhe'.s per acre. Wheat n breaking eeeuis oot the sit. Carl Mtltnberg had a thirty ere patch ot breaking uhlch turned ut 18 husheU per acre, and Axel )avidson had R piece that went tho ame. Mr. Davidsfjn's wheat crop threshed out at an average of a little' over thirteen bushel lo the acre. Very little ol the wheat, 13 grading No. 1 or mostly No. 3 and 4. There !s still about bait tho oat culling to he done, and there Is hard- ly anyflax cut. Some flax will fake at least two weeks more time in which to ripen and II the frost stays off that long tbye lle'.ds will make the best The French 'founded Emergency-Fund founded to render emergency relief tb destitute and suffering French soldiera-to succour, the wounded and rehabilitate families in the-recap- tured and devastated portions 'of .-France. The suffering and'helplcss are calling YOU'fo help' from tho distant plains of France, Will the call pass unheeded! Will YOU respond! To continue the work of restoration in the area re- claimed by each drive of tho Allies on the western front, the French "Wounded Emergency Fund re- quires more money IMMEDIATELY to alleviate (Its, tress. f Tile French arc n peoplo who are moved to greater action by encouragement. Let US them an added stimulus. Let us open our hearts and empty our pockets. Let us do it NOW and shout with tip. lifted, voices VIVE LA FKANCBI The First Appeal Closes September 17th Give! Give Willingly! Give Generously! Give Today! KJy send ,11 contributions, which will be (r.iefally acknowledged, lo U. D. Shaw, Union Bank of Organizer, AViimipeg. LET EVERYBODY GIVE SOMETHING NOW ;