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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MCE FOUR E .'LmiBWDGE DAILT IfERALD SKPTEMHEn 5. 1917 Baity, delivered, per week Dally, delivered per year DaJljr, bj> null, per by mall. 'r. by mall. year to considerable expense lo couccl up wllli U in order to give Its readers Ihe best service in a news way within Its rueouE. The fact that tue Herald is How on tbe leased wire circuit means gml ihe readers ot the Herald will set estctly the same as read- er ol Ihe Calory. Edmonton. Rrjlna, Winnipeg and ether papers all over j 00 i the west. Wn will be able lo print all the news ot the 4ay that appears In dally papers appearing In other cities much larjpr lu poiul of population anil advertising patronage. Tha Herald Is glad lhat conditions have made this possible and we are C.P.R.NOT cm DEA mm "PACKED UP Iff -THE .BUSY MAN TELEPHONES Bn'lnesi EMIlorlal OBce W. A. Buchanan Wejld.est mod Managing Director John D.usinci.5 Manager Dues ot eiplry ot jumcrlpiums" ap pur dally oa address label. Accept ance of papers alter esplmlton Jaw Is i cnr autaorlty to continua lie a'jD- Your King and Country Yeu Right Nowl II l.ouls J. Malvy, minister o( the In- lerior In French cabluel. has re- signed. Rc-glnn customs receipts for August suiouut lo J1SS.173, compared with for tho sauio moulh last year. Morse Vladimlrovlc'h Sturmer. form- j Lleui.-Col. Georges Hoy. K.C.H.A., Montreal. Sept. 3-On beirg nsVed. cr ani) (orci6n minister of artillery Inspector for Canada, loaves make a statement In connection a, from urae hn will loin wllh the proposed acquisition of 'J81 iad'ueeii a (oiig lime. Canadian Xorthera railway by Ihe, ._ Canadian loverDmer.l, Lord SliauBh-, n ,hat Hie uessy; prwldent of tie Canad an la-. ,L unl[ Hospitals v.. a, loM, 550 ,or August. Of tnls uumuer 217 are out- patients. The first car of 1917 wheat lo be 'shipped lo the head of Ihe lutes pass- THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Th'e "evacuation of Riga Port by Ihe Ottawa. Sepl- The 'justice and (he solicitor general arc still ivorking on (lie delails of the UVaf- Trmc Elections' Act, notice of which appeared for the first lime .03 the order paper of the house of com- mons yesterday. With Ihe bill still undergoing revision statements as 10 Russians appears on the- lace of il to (I_ are necessarily UBESV1 pfTJlUPUl clfio'nllway has mkde Ihe following "i'wlso to deiy moil emphatically the statement published in a number ot newspapers, and evidently Inspired, lhat Ihe Canadian Pacific company Is offering opposition lo Iho government proposals about the Canadian North- ern. Up to Ihe present time no effort cf any kind has teen madefy Ihe company lo influence Ihe .oia of a. Thp (olmdrv c, ,no scawardkopf single member of the bouse o: do worlis-in destroyed uions or Ihe senate upon.lie measure bj_ fire Ttim aro ruD10rs lhat n con- uow before parliament. siderab'le loss ot life attended Ihe cou- This reference to the Canadian Pacific is Ihe same old threadbare nagraiion. rusj to which resort has been had st h, mMas irom Bergen re- on more than one occasion during Ibe! ot drjftlns mines of shortly for France, where. Lo will joli the Imperial arllllery staff. Th9 recruiting mission li New York lias compiled a list of English actors wlio aro lu America h1. slcad of la Flanders, and threatens to publish It. The Inlernalloual Socialisl confer ineau 01 me whlih was lo bo convened a irouch Retina from Meyronne, on' Stockholm Sept. 9, his been nostpor Woyuuru-LelribrHge line of (he i ed, aMordlus. to a Renter dlspalch from that city. relief p( the, need} llelctaas and or Ihe celebration of tliu anniversary Iho Belglau ludciwudence. The Argentine governuienl has do- Ide.l thnl it will not enforce In tho ase nl a 11) ttlab.'cruiser the ueutrallly latloti limiting lo 21 hours Ibe of a belligerent warship at a eiilral 'port Tbls rule already has ecn abrogated Argentina In favor f ILo United Stales. Twenty-eight children have been born lo Mrs. 1'aul Augullar, of Chino. Cdl., lu a wmliled life of Ibirty eight last child. H boy, was born railway. Ull muic M..U POll lIUIlOrCHlS 01 drilling past Ibirty yean when ,lle coast. Ills schemes ot one character or another j Mine Held S. R. who Indicted b Ihe-federul grand jury lu San Fran chV'o, charged with conspiracy lo con duel a military enterprise dla. was dlscharseil by United State Commissioner Hitchcoi'lt. :d lo Albert. The mouey for few ago. Mrs. AiLgulhir Is (1 She was married at 16. lu family [here have been three sets of twins, aud all ot lue children aro Iking uva Lwo. Angullar supporla lourlceu of bis children on a >aee cl JL'.SO a day. Sir Edward KeBp. minister of mll- bae1 written "to II. II. Stevens, M- I1., thai Iho distribution of. war scr- ,vk't> bailees wiV. iUrl In about two or weeks. will. those men honorably discharged after service overseas, and also lo Ihosa who have tried lo enlist bul wero ro- jecled as physically unfit before Iho Introduction ot ihe Military Service Harold Cornish, who waa kllle me .xorwegimn believed while fiElitinK forest fires near his Bft citenslve Mine field Is adrift. homo on Dfcp Creek in Drllish Col- were being considered by parl'ament. j are ihD'uinbla, was bltrlej ol Grand Forks. be serious, and to contain a nature" "As the tllle be ann 10 tuiuam iame m threat lo the safety of the capital city ol Ibe hill would Indicate, however It S but military everts andean, dlscounlenancins the Importance ol: cover wm Jj, [Dr ine ,VSr period only. Ihe 'csnlurc hy pointing out Ihe dlifi-1 )5 'generally accepted that Ihe bill debar naturalized cltiiens of lus provinces ie right to vote gran is n win be eitendcd to women who ere cress of any kind ran only be made i relatives of members of the Canadian cultfes in ihe way of further advance] will into by the Invader, The counlry lying between Riga and Petro- grad is n vast swamu. over ivnlch fro-1 In winter, nnd even then Ihe Intense cold blocks any prolonged Toe Germans, it is believed, will gain little by their capture of Riga save what raorp.1 eject It may have. The Italian offensive is meeline cess heyond all eipectntibns. and ,uo> degree the bill will be L. gerdcd as controversial by Ihe opposi- tion cannot be stated until ils pror- isions are eiplalned m the commons by the prime minister, in whose name Italians are no presilng upon other allies iheir belief thai a decision effective in tho entire wir can he gain- ed on this front- Air raids over England have been, resumed by tbe Germans with Increas- ed ferocity, and Ibe question Is helng "asked whether Germany has already Tl commenced her threatened air oflen- I lire. SAFE SECURITIES FOR INVEVSTORS. .People who have money i and who are dissatisfied wllh the standard rale ot Interest'-on s'avlatrs accounts paid by the chartered bants, have plenty ot'avenues which are per- fectly safe through which lo InTett ind rer.elve a blf her.rate.' Those who Ihe (o the closure rule will the ,E1 livelihood be invoked to secure E1 a ils ndopllon In tie commons. That would mean a considerable prolonga- tion of the session which apart Iron Ihe Time Elections' Act. would terminate heil week.' 1W GRASSYME hare not already boughl Dominion Var-loan certificates should not hssi late to do so. Anoller big Dominion loan will be floated In about a month, nnd a grand opportunity senled. The provincial lian Is also on Ihe market and affords investors in opporluEli? lo realize five per cenl. on gill edge securlly. If you'have faith'-In the province of Alberla, and there Is no part of the iorid lhat de- serves your faith to a greater degree, Tou can do no belter than to invest your money. In these provincial 3tj curlileE "which are now on the market. FOOD CONTROL AND PATRIOTIC DUTY. II is evident from Ihe efforts being put forth by Food Controller Hann "and Ihe various advisory boards being throughout the Dominion Lhf Ihe main hope for conservation of food for the soldiers ot the allies lies' In education and nol In coercion. Tbal _____p __ Is the plan which will be followed In been heard Lelhbrldge, and If the local committee, carries on an educational campaign, pointing out Lhe need ol preserving cerlaln foods for the use of the allies :and appealing tu the patriotic con science ot Ihe people Ihey will be able Lo effect a Tery considerable- savlni in ihe food supply of Ihe world, which will Disburse, find Us way lu Ihe place where il Is most needed al the presen it will not avail Ihe food controller much If the ?fTort is solely dependent an laws. Lavrs may be tnade bu'l Ihey mnst be enforce! to make them etf'ec- U Is much better that Ihe people should be pointed Ihe way and their patriotic cooperation asked. The Her- ald 13 sure Ms will bring Ihe best re- sults In Lethbrldge and througboul Boulhern Alberta. This clly and dls- Lrlct has never ,yet fallen down on a patriotic duly. It will no( do so now1, when another practical opportunity la given In which to show how we may do something more lo "do our bit.'; Our Own tmrrrspoBilfnl} Lake. 0. 'V Haley -and and children are visiting In Vulcan and Macleod. Miss Weir Is teaching Ihe Morning Star school..' Mrs. J. II. Watso'ri and daughter bava relumed from a visit wllh her sister in Great Montana. Mr. James Robb has his brother G. Hobb from'lW East Indies visiting him. Mr. iaj Mrs. Larsen motbrtd to Lethbrtdre Snnday returning Monday. Mr. C. Kanz and family who former- ly lired here have relumed and taken tip their residence In the old hospital bulldjng: Mr.- Kuni no place like Mn. Oumfc Porter of Letlbrldie s Tlslllng frieods. In town. Mrt. High Bcolt has returned from n extended visit 'with her only broth- r in RocHford, Illinois. A uaughter was boro lo Mr. and Mrs.) Alei Hutchison at Ihe Bow hotpltalAngnst 31st Emll -Wattum bas opened a newl butcher shop In the building formerly! ae "a harness shop snd en. I It is true that the acquisition of the, Canadian Jvorihern by tho Canadian i Pacific was discussed by lives of parlies concerned, but the ills- cushion was al the of mem- bers ol Ihe Dominion tablnet. After a lime It was evident that no trans- action was possible and negotiations were dropped. "The fate or destiny ot the Cana- dian Northern is nol a mailer of spe- cial moment to our company as a com- mon carrier, but the- company having enormous Interests "In Canada natur- ally views with apprehension Ihe pos-i slbllity of payment of an excessive price for the alleged equity of hold- ers of maturlly slock, and lhat some less speculative acd more direct means should .have been used to fli Ihe amount than the very uncertain process of arbitration. U Is to be hoped lhat If the trans- action Is carried out the country will not In consequence .be saddled with heavy liabilities heretofore undisclos- a'nd lhai In filing the amount to he paid under the arbitration proceed- ings, no consideration whatever shall be given lo personal Inveslmenls in unfortunate ventures such as coal mines, lumber mills, blast furnaces, aud other works alleged to have been undertaken for the advantage of the Canadian Northern enterprises, bul, being In fact private speculations of promoters of the railway company. The references lo my own Qttlludo on conscription are offensive and uu warranted. C. Ho wjs 15 years of nge aud n student In Hie Marcus high school. A gift ol from'lhe Furd Motor company lo tho Red Cross was announced by the war council lu the form of a credit on Ibe Kord facloilcs Cation "company will run the I.ady I for worlh of oulomoulles MRCkworth! which will continue to p'.y ambulances, parts, etc.. as the Iteu northern coasl of N'onvay and ill Aictlc ocean. Decause of the low water the D. A. Tuomas has been forced to tie up after a busy season on Ihe Peace river. Tho Peacn River Tramway and Xavi- v d Four while masked auto bandits knocked sensrlcss tha cashier ot the Merchants' Parcel Uellvcry company t San Francisco wllh ibo butts- of heir revolvers and escaped wllh n cash and !100 ol checks from the jfficc safe- Four persons were killed and three njured by au automobile driven .by KrauK Knight during a Ivvo hundred and fifty kilometre race at .Heilco City. All Ihe killed and Injured were struck while attempting to cross the track before the finish ol Ihc race. Austrian soldiers on Ihe Italian front will hire an opportunity to read President Wilson's reply lo tbe pope's peace proposal. .Plans have been com- pleted for Italian airmen to dlslrlbute thousands of translations of the reply olong the entire fighting front. One sheep perished In forest firt wlik-u Cut off In the mountains at the head of Rock Creek Montana.- i Cross inay designate. Flight Sub.-Lieul. Alfred Carler, Il.N., who lias Jssl been gazetted with the Distinguished Service Order, Is a Calgarlan and a nephew of Adam Shorlt. The award was granted lo him for his courage nod skill In lead- ing palrols and In allacks upon the enemy scouts. Miss Katherlne Stlnson's Chlcago-to New York flight In an airplane lasted jusl 31 minutes. Miss Sltnswi, ambl lious lo break Iluth Law's record for the flight lelt Ihe ground al Chicago at'5.09 a.m. At Porter, Ind., at 5.11 her engine aclcd badly and she vol planed. She failed to see some lele- phone wires and her. machine wa damaged. The avlatrli was unhurt. A_ photo play, production of Ibsen's .was complain--, ed of by one-of the most Influential I ladles of SI. Catharines us unfit tor cispa.ch fron, Meihonrne says but decided that It was not "grossly tho A-jslrallan government has de dared Ihe Industrial Workers ot the World, whlcb was endeaToring'to foment strikes and hlow up Tarlous works, an Illegal" organization, and that eight members, of the organlza; lion have been" sentenced lo sii months' imprisonment Indecent." Baron Charles tie Drotiueville, ihe Belgian foreign minister, lias received francs from-the Pennsylvania Belgian Relief committee to bo remit-. When Melba smgs the woikl stops lo listen- Those have heard will recall her ranjc of voice, her swctt. mdcdious tones. OCOLATES have fittingly been called "Melba." They arc leaders. Their range of flavors, their great variety of centres and their strict purity have made them famous. f ntt- Bailed Wllllarn Martin aa manager. Word was received by his parents last Monday thai Pie. George Rals- beck of the 113th Kilties had been wounded. Tbls Is just the official notice, aa yet nothing further bai THE HEW, NEWS SEftVICE. r'or the lime In Wrefal tbe public of Lcthbridge and Southern Alberta was served In a news way by a leased wire. The Herald's leased 6ff the new Canadian service, was In effect yesterday for the flr.it lime. We are sure thai Ihe r-cople or 11. K. Drlnfton Is Lhe new nianacer of the Farmers' Elevalor. He and family arrived Wednesday and has rooms In tbe hospital building. Friends will be (rrleTed lo learn ol the death i'. little Alma Elllncson aged 8, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.l John Elllngsori of diphtheria. Almal was a brlgbl child and a general! favorite In school and Ihe pride of her parcnls. She leaves lo mourn her loss Iwo brothers, besides her parents 1 The funeral 19 to he held Sunday from the family home. Mr. and Mrs. son have Ihe sympathy of the entire corpmunlty. The Musical Schhardts P... evenlog'fl eolertalnracnl In Ihe local, show ionse Friday evening and were greeted by a full house. The musical ability of Ihe Is known here aa Ihey make a at this country about once a year and Hare betn heard In Grassy twft or three previous occasions, and I pnt'.'on good entertainments Bine. -'I'.Tkrethlng; to on In full swing. Kml) wae (he first one lo start He IhrMhW all list.week but most all Ihe other rigs utarted this week. There (re lerertl threshing rigs In Ihe fields and with good, weather II will be all fluishett M