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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR 5 letbbdfctje Devatt) alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY .Subscription Bally, delivered, per week Daily, delivered. year Er.ily. by malli per ycm Weekly, by mall, per year THE tfETH BRIDGE DAILY MKRALP .SKPTEMRKR fi, 1MB But there never-was known a time when the C. P. R. enjoyed such prosperous business as it now boasts In Southern Alberta. In the psst months tin' company has mom! 000.001) bushels of grain off mis illvi skill tor a n-venue of nearly 000. Besides tills there is coal tn'igh: worth humlrods ol thousands annually. This is all for freight originating in tiii.f.'.illstrici- in comparison with the freight earnings. passenger receipts must be large, rbr the money is in Southern Alberta lo spend, and a lot of it goes-for railway fares. It would >-eem lo be only fair, therefore, for P IA ICKEDUP1N SS1NGI FOR THE BUSY MAN way commensurate TELEPHONES Buslnsss J; Editorial Office Ir W. A. Buchanan John Torrance itut) Jlanaslng Director Business .Manager bc mlt that t coini'iiiiV tr. p; service in some i with the total amount of traffic origin- lating within the district. Dates .it expiry ol subscr.ptions ap- present schedule works to the Owen Sound Town council will soon apply tor n city charter. K. Dowllug. ex-mayor or tiarriston, Ont., died at Vancouver. A sewage disposal system is pmu- ed for Peterboro. Private- K. A. Thompson, of Bsnv- (.Tton, Ont., died at the Toronto base hospilal. Two cases of leprosy amongst the Chinese, have been discovered at Vic- toria, B. C. AccepV disadvantage of I.c-thbridge ami direct- o( WM THE TONIC II HEALTH THE POSITION 0 F "FniiWfoes" Builds Up The Whole System Those who take "r'nm-fi-tiws" for the first time, are often astonished at the way iV uf Hum feel teller all orer. They may Iw takinfr "Fruit-a-tivcs" 1'or sonic spwilio disease, ai Constipation, Indigestion, Chronie Headaches or Neuralgia, Kidney IT Bladder Trouble, Rhoii- BCir dailv on address laoi-i. ince of papers after expiration date is j ly lhe advantage 01 Calsarv. a-otliority to continue the sub- branch has three i passenger trains each way daily. From scription. sanes, official llgures show, there not being a single case of iockjaw or Your King and Cou right need you j Fernif to Lethbriclgc there is oue train each way and both run at night. There is no fairness in that. What Leth- bridge wants and should have, is a re- sumption of the day service on the ,Crow line between Medicine Hat and Of THE WAR rnmbrook This would bring the C, Dispatches from London las, day said the allies considered i onM more am, would over- ._..... the complaints of the people living wes! of Macleod. who, when THE PROGRESS said the allies considered the, week had been the best the allies had Li experienced .during the war. This week gives promise of being better still. On tlie west the Franco-British offensive has taken a new spurt and Ginchy is now practically surrounded, the Teu- ton defenders who remain, being caught in their own net. A depth of one mile toward the Bapaume-Per- onne road has been gained. Five thousand Hun prisoners have been taken. And.all under tho nose of Yor. Hindenburg, the new sod of the crum-jai bling German machine. they want to travel east, get up in the middle of the night to do so. re- turning in the early hours of the morning. A daylight service on the Crow, with a resumption of the Lethbridge- Cardstcn and Lethbridge-Coutts locals will meet the case. Xothing poorer will do. The Herald made a kick 5ent schedule In June, kick ever since and I Rev. D. S. Urnuhart. M.A., past- or of the Presbyterian church at Col- liugwood. has tendered his resigna- tion. In (v Chicago maternity hospital prints are made of the babies' tcet with ink to make their identification certain. Thos. J. Kennedy, president (iE.thc Algoma Centra; railroad, died at Saiilt Ste -Mario, He was formerly a superintendent with the C. P. R- Two Nicola. B.C.. ministers. Rev. .1. Hyde. Presbyterian, and Kev. G. R. B." Kinney, Methodist, have joined the Army .Medical Corps. .Mrs. II. K. Richardson, wile of ui.itism or Pain in the Back. And they find when "Kruit-a-tivea" has cured the disease, that they feel better and stronger in every way. This is due to "lc 1 llii! xmderfal tonic properties of thesis famous tablets, made from fruit juices. 50c. a box, C for S3.30, trial size, Me. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- Limited, O'tlawa. IKl'Oni Our Own Curdston. Sept. There is groat rejoicing among the youngsters the reason? Well, tlie the I tees have decided not to open school untii Holiday. Sept IS. 1516. This action has beeii de.emed advis able because of the epidemic of meas Mrs. M. K. Kicnanison, wne ut able because 01 me epiuemic m former M. P. for South Urey and ,es whooping cough which has mother-in-law of Hon. 1. B. Lucas, at- torney-general of Ontario, is dead. not yet run its 'course. TKUIT was considerable hesitation as to wnat. was best and for a week past the idea was prevalent that the rooms of the In the Rumanian sector the eastern- allies are making headway, capturing yon Hindeuhurg looked on while prisoners, and penetrating 15Jtha French and British grabbed off miles into Hungary. Russian forces i -mother bite on the west. Somme bite. are also engaging Bulgar forces ins Rumania on the east j General Brusiloff just tellf Bruin to The nest great event that is likely i stretch out his paw and get a few to happen is the entry of Greece ac-1 thousand Huns for breakfast and lively on the side of the allies. Ajrjrum does like that. Washington dispatch says it is n matter of hours. Events all point i The entry of Greece into the war that way. The construction of a coali-1 scems now to be only a matter ol' lion Greek cabinet is a good Greece knows on which side aon. I her bread .is buttered even if a Oer- I mailpphiie'king does not. BROADENING'OUT OUR SCHOOL COURSES European war started, has raised and sold it for because of the advance in the price of chemicals. To trap thieves making nightly raids on his chickens, a Bayonne, N. J. man borrowed :l bnlidog and tied vised to deal with tho mutter as they thought best under the local condi- tions. Another two -weeks for teach- ers and pupils is greatly appreciated. New School Building Before having school sessions or the big formal opening of the new build- iiiE, which has been planned by the Beards of stuck in her wheat throat, head, w when she 'payers anil all others interested h ibeen called for Wednesday the Cth of September, to be held in the fine audi- the school. at- The allied fag'., on the west, the I Russian rush on the east, (he Italian 1 on the south and an upheaval in jtorllim Ol Ulu tempted to eat the grain, caused thej ,iesire the ratepayers death of Helen Chapek. It months I o in t lhc building and to see what I old daughter of Fred Chapek. of Ana- j [or their money. The fin-1 moose, -V. D. uncial accounting ot the expenditures will also be given, so.that all those .To tempt wiid ducks to locate I >vh0 have been kicking can air their Lake Winnipeg, the Canadian Nor-1 grievances and ask the questions they them Railway tourist department -is jmay wish to propound. All who have making arrangements to quanti- In the maze of curricula and other jsllm< details we. too often lose sight of lhejtlle wonders if Kaiser fact that the ultimate aim of our! js nights. school system is the production good citizens. The school boys auih As the haseball fan would remark, girls of this generation will be the I Gernjany shows signs of "cracking un- men and women of the nest and jhe strain." What seems .o be them will depend what the nation is Turk and Bulgar in the to be. It is therefore pleasing to note j ,iOI1't seem to be able to plug that the provincial department of edu- lhe gap cation has lifted Itself out of the rut Into which it is so easy for educational j Ledihridge is to get a better pass- .idmtmsfators to fall, and has placed j cnger Bervice'.from the C. P. R. the in the hands of the teachers of the j Ume to strjke jg within the next two province two little handbooks that -will i weelis Oef0rc the new schedules r-re do much to guide the teachers in their npproveil by the general manager. The nort. 01 building the ground work otjc p H J5 ejecting Lethbridge to .u. '3o the tenle, do ,t ,he more re likely to accomplish. ties of wild rice in the marshes around the east side of the lake. A two-year-old tot at Regina Beach was left by its mother for a few mo- ments, and when the latter returned good citizenship in the boys and girls j under their care. One .ot the books j Is "The Practice _of Government, raj .the other, "A Reference i Handbook on the both by K. A. I Ban-on. B.A. The Herald has noli Here's hoping did Sol keeps a strangle hold on Johnny Frost and pim-i. he does. Southern 1 studied the contents of the little v01- Alberta farmers will feel inclined umes, but the very fact that the teach-1 sub5crjbe to a fund to protert him j from robbery by Germany of even the ers are, being guided and aided their efforts to teach two very import-, sm ant subjects connected with'present; day events, to be commended, j know the department's action will j lead to better work on the part of thej teacners "We'-wili -admit that as matter of history it is important that a Grade VIII pupil should of llest of his spots. Sergt. il. J. MeKeuzie, whose death on the field of action was chronicled ,esterday W83 a. shining example of American boys show for Canada taking up their residence 1n (his land of opportunity. B. J. was a tine type hee'n finding fault with the board art especially invited to be present. Most of Cardston citizens are extremely prord ot the fine new class rooms all on the ground floor, with a centra! oblong court serving as gymnasium or auditorium for all ments. :tnu WJIHII iutj IULLUI iem, iicu u. found the baby floating in water school purposes, marks a new feet deep, but" unhurt by its ad- lure in school architecture m tliia-, lorovince. A full description will he _ attempted at the time of the formal Listed Hawaiian sugar corporations opening. ________ that paid in dividends Ang- i------------------ ust Sth are distributing farther divi- dends amounting to The dividends paid by sugar corporations at Honolulu, listed and unlisted, dur- ing August aggregated There are now 102 Canadian .chup-jj lains on active service, including, in lying CWCWTQ FEW EVENTS. iJbSDf, __The weekof delight- "hich this galoh ,5 bein? succeeded lains on active service._ inc nil ns. m o imme. and Army. One chaplain flat'as an A her a e I has been killed, one is a prisoner and H was a day to sm blue ruinjn fourteen hare resigned. dined people, and make gove, nment _ supporting pessimists entertain ideab Mr William Wallace, Toronlo, [nriof political suicide. some fifteen years general manager Dr. Bonnell returned from ot the Crowa Life Insurance Com-i yesterday, where be had been auend- pany. has resigned, and has been to the health ot the soldlen, of ceeded -Mr. 11. Roy Stepliensou, j that camp the actuary and. assistant manager of the company. Brought general! Mrs W. R- Wilson, accompanied by her dadshter, Ruth, and Constance Bonnoll, both young ladies going east Brentford, Ont., with- to be "in beginning of their Brought to Brentford, Ont., with [to be in beginning of their many others lo fill places of British schools, is Jlontreal and Toronto, left and "Canadian born who have enlist-! for Toronto yesterday evening.- ne 01 ed, Joseph Gilmore and Clement Dll-1 A pretty wedding took place Satur- dpvotirn the sreat majority of chemin. French-Canadians, walked' in- !jay morning at the Moihodisl parsonv devotion tne great major retruiting office of the L'ISth agc here when the cousin ot Mrs: Per- or how many wives Henry VIII our youne "citizenship from the land headed, but it is more important that, young citizen of Alberta, he should know that women now have votes in the province, how our revenue is secured, and how its espenditure controlled. J. K. Boyls, -Minis- ter of Education, puts the thought very concisely when he says, in an introduction to ihe handbook on civ- icsv "The preparation of our boys and gills foi the highest and most intelli- gent of citizenship should he the first duty of our school system." We are sure the teachers of the province appreciate what the department to the south. His death Is greatly to be regretted, but he died z soldier'3 death, an honor to Canada and not there and. unsoiicitedr signed lip to wear khaki. ley. Miss Mabel Townsend, lately-sec retary of tlie Young Woman's- Ghris- tian Association, of .Medicine u. noted ]United in matrimony lo Mr. E. RadclilTe College beauty, whose Iig- 'jnger. of the gas town. The ceremony. Violet Bishoji, of Bo.iton. ..-as said by a number of performed by Rev. D.'M. tors- to rival that of Venus, jumped happy couple, after a few .days from the fourth floor of the, Presby-! in "the Kootenay Valley, .will- less an honor lo his native land. Leth-1 terian Hospital in is'ew York while jraakp their home in Medicine I-lat.' bridge mourns that he will never re- delirious from pneumonia. She died S i half an hour later. SEED GRAIN ADVANCES Caiyary Sept. the Domin- Jlr. Becker, a member of the govornment is making every ef- manian Parliament, a German by to Heed grain loans, and birth, but a naturalized subject, took a sreat percentage of them will in this way be alljustod this year, es- pecially in tlie province of is the opinion of W. VY. Corey, de- turn. Off to the Front! Put yourself in top-notch con- dition by eating Shredded Wheat Biscuit, a food that supplies the greatest amount umbrage at reflections on his loyalty and offered to give half his land if another member did the same. .material II appreciate what the department endeaioraig to accomplish 'iil 'tills witK 'the Ife'astftax Upon the ...ntinn "1 Vrtll dlrectlon BETTER PASSENGER SERVICE DUE US The action of the Board of Trade in its effort to secure a better passenger tram on this division is to be commended. The present schedule.