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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAflff FOUR VHT. LrTHBKinGF. HXlMf" SEPTEMBER 8. 3AILY AND W I E K LX .10 Idtaerlftian Rales: Billy. delivered, per weet Daily, delivered year Pally, by mall, per year......... Jk'etrly. by mall, JJ-" by mail, per year to I 1151 It! TELEPHONE BllSlaeSI Office........... Editorial Offlce W. A. igchanin President aba Managing Director John Torrance Dullness Merwg 0( OIplTT Of SUDSC'ipllOttS pear dally on address laml. Accept acce alter etplrillcn oar authority lo conllauo lie arid Country VoU Right Now! eil protnostlcalors. Cast your eve over the jchool at- endaoce today. Who says Lethbrldga liu't KTovtas? CUTTING IS FINISHED Don't loee all our boon spirit. There- ts more to boost about ID than there was In 1911. Lethbrldte i-lfdric light plsnt if mating money for the clly in. good style again- It i: a sure vign of pros- perity. PICKED UP THE BUSY MAM new wheat crop Is already being shipped the LethbrWte railway district. Watcb tbe bank clearings brat the million mirk every i" (rom BOW on. It Isn't an ar.ctly inflla (Ion. but tho mayor is rlfht In Invlt- Ing ill who can pay the current ytar's (axes to do so. Lelhbrldse W much Better oB thin wratern cities. like to thai way. U'> a good reputatloa lo have. (From Our Own corrwpondjnH NemUcam. Attf. hu here for ovei a week except for a Itllle flax Ind Inresnlug Is In full (Wing. Quite a little uis been already brought inl'} in" tors and IE gridlut No. 1 lad No. J- The cropi ara noi as -good Sabluo Baorcif so. minister ot of llraill, has resigned. Ills realcu- tlsr. followed a serifs ol violent news- paper atucki.. As the result ol shooting Jlmniy Kn-fc. a Chnrchouje. B.C.. Indian, In a Bcufllt totneen Frank and two other one ol Ihe Irlo Is would llktd lo had. but wonder-' mt plica on Thursday lasl. (ul under circumstances, no rams i lor three months except two or three c thunder showers. The whMl ll nin-i. nlag [rom 10 to 85 bushels and al the present price ol 13.30 Ihe [araert will make good money. town Is growing apace, tte hare Iwo more elevators, the Victoria Elevator Co and tbe Farmers' Eleva- tor Co.. which will give us five eleva- tors wllh a capacity ol 125.000 bush- Tbontta Shirley, 3P years a reatdcnl of Vancouver, and during most of that lime connected vrltu the eherifl's of- flco as a deputy end bailiff, la doad. He was a policeman lu Winnipeg In the 'SO'i. i Local of tie lirlllsU Colum- bia branch ot tha Canadian Patriotic Fund lo August 31, were and u one o e ro erter on ft charie or dhbursomenla supplied by central ruud at Otuwa. Nearly 19.000 Individuals are An order has been made In Hiesu- bwwMtlug Tom tho fuud In U. C. I Peter J. Alekno. undertaker. Is' liquids by ,hk poUce a, Winnig tor tlon !ar :eis !lme. U la said that orer JISO.OOO was Invested In the in- dustry. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR With Ihe great Italian victories on the southern front and the British and French preparing tor another big; drive in Flanders which will place, them within striking distance ot Ihe j German bases on Iho Belgian coist, the advantages are considerably wllh the allied armies ill spile of the disas- ter ivnli'b has overtaken Russia and her atmies. ore filing iii a country In will jib possible' lo carry on a vigorous offensive for two or three months yet boioro winter actually in- terferes. The Germans In Ihelr Inva- sion ot Russia are undertaking a much more difficult campaign, and one which might easily end in disaster [or them- as did Napoleon's advanco on Moscow a hundred years ago. The Italians have sained enormous success in their Sghtin; against the Austrians nn Ihe Oorizia Ironl. anil Ihe capture or llonte Sin Gabriel an im- portant eminence in this range Is n distinct advantage. (From Our Own Several new residences have- been congratulated by built the few weeks. J. Johnson j o( thP has buill a nice bungalow. Thru Pohlmau, [arnitr of Allorsdo, and W. order Foremost, Sept. l.-llr. Uedhursl, of Foremost, has sold oul r.is entire herd lo J. Thompson, butcnur. Mr. Thompson has secured a One herd by this deal. Mr. Modhursl. being ei- pcrlenced In callle raisins, had kept his .stock In good condition. Some- thing over changed thfl transaction. Mr Thompson his moved the whole herd to his.ranch where he hai al- ready something over 150 head. Miss Houlsman. daughter o[ John Houlsman. met with a serious accident. A horse eol out ol control. Irampbd Ihe lltlle one down and In- flirted severe Internal Injuries. She was speedily removed to Foremost hospital. Dr. Astrolt was In attend- ance on her jus! as soon as she ar- rived here. Quick to realize the seri- jousncss ol Ihe Injuries he gave and Is I still giving the case his closest atten- Etaymiu, the station Ment and seiercl oth'crs will be building shortly. We ire very pleased 10 say that thev are working hard grading Ihe roads north of town and they will bo finished and in good shape very short- ly anJ we shsll he able to draw qulto a large amount ot business that has to, al preienl, haul to Bow Island. have 6fured'oiit that during the past season we have lost hushela ot grain that would have come here Ihe lords corn- admiralty and re- tor tho DlsilnguUhed Ser- honor which has befallen I.leut. Spencer Kerby. ol the lioyftl Naval Air Service, son of Rcv. G. W. Kerby. principal of Mount Roy: al College. Calgary. When Ptc. Arthur llullln arrlvsd al Kiugslon ycsterduy from overseas on compassionate leave he found that his wife, whom he hai come from France to sen, had rtled two hours be- fore nil train-reached Kingston. Pte. Dullln went overseas wllli the 1461L but hftd to be hauled to Bow Island, Hatlallon coming here from Ottawa. 1- ion owntg lo tbe bad conditions o[ the roads and couleei. This Is a big volume o[ trade and will help our town Immensely. E. H. WInlQeld. clergyman [rom Foremoit, Is holding a service here In Ihe school houso every olher Sunday morning al 11 o'clock. Jeannle Cowle and Kenneth Dosen, both of Ibli town, were mar- ried at Knoi Lethbrldge on Sunday, Aug. We wish lo th'cnl every happiness. Two young children are left. Might he a gorfd Idea to have an ex- tra wheel along. Orion moved to Ellikonl on the 23th to attend the big fair and spent a most enjoyable day. Of course Orion brought home the money and trophy from tho ball game How could H thcrwlsa with Hcmc Hun Flynn work- nK In his usual term? C. M. nobb busy crating his house mid to ship to Seven Persons. MAKE THIS AN ANNUAL AFFAIR There will be 'a ram sale In Lelh- brldge In October. The object ol this sale is to disseminate good breeding slock among the sheep ranchers of the south.L It Is Ihe Brst of the tind ever'allempled in Lethhrldge and it denotes Ihal the sheep Industry In Southern Algeria Is, taking on a larger outlook. Wejhave -some -of "-Ihe'.lead- Ing breeders of the continent here and tion.-As we write the llltle one Is i resting easle.-- The new elevator [or 'he Victoria company Is completed. Mew whsal has been coming Into town this week. About bushels have been taken at the elevators. The flrst shlpcent of the new grain has been'made.' The Ellison shipped a car o[ No. 1 Northern. The Lake ol the Woods also shipped a car. The In future to be known ORIOJf (From Our Own Orion) Aug. J. Nelson has purchased Bergman's meal market, ind is remodeling same, lie is put- ting In an entirely neV and diversified stock and will ready to serve tho public In a few days. There seems to' be a get together movement in Orion on the part of the merchants. The drug store has moved lo a central location on the llnln street and Smith's billiard parlor will soon be moved next door to the drug store. The chicken thief that has been around Orion [or quite a few days was at last captured by Mr. Britton, our lonsoi El captured .rial artist. lie caught, sight ol BUCC ess. -th'em.' .1 IhU sale will encourage This flrst sale will likely be small, but if there Is anything the public can do by way of support, It shouW be done. We want to make it an annual; feature. We.want Lethbrldge to con-' tinue to bp. the sheep centre of West- em Canada. WHAT ARE OUR 'AUTHORfrlES DOING? The stoppage of work tor two weeks In the North American Collieries at 'CoalhlJrst Is an oulrage. It the owners of the mine are right, and-it Commissioner Armstrong Is right, in Ihe contention that the men should build the earthen cribs 'formerly, Ihen ought to be tent hack to work without delay even If drastic measures are needed. And U they will not go hack to work the men should be secured from some- Hthe'mlnerB are right, Ihen'it ought lo be decided and let them go back to vrork. People., .are. ;gcttlng' tired .of inese conllnuat stoppages of work lor tri- vial excuses. We have a luel cpi .troUer In-Canatla-and. a ralnes.com- mlsirloneri'ror DJslrlct No. IS. What are they 'about it? Tho Coal- hurst.strike has cost Ihe veil Ions of-ceil already.- Ihe United.Grain, Growers, Ltd., were responsible for another car. -The wheat coming In here Is grid ing well, numbers 1 and 2 Northern belog guile common. Jim Lang, wbo has a yield of IS bushels to it? acre, has the pleasure of selng every lnul of his graded as No. 1 Northern. Tnreshing is going on at a ratf. Tbe VIeld Is ringing from 10 to IS bnibels an acre. We have sorae re- tarnB.al 25 Jlrs. J. G. aM Sirs. White have left on a.vacation trip. Mrs.' Grant A. Fraser Is on a busi- ness trip.lo Cilgary. has tone to Lelhbridire. --The Mitss- and who-have been visiting here, have re- turned'to Calgary.' Mrs. Henley has relumed from a holiday trip. ll! R. Parker, B.A., Inspector of returned' .from.' Purple Sorrngs al which place-ho held a pub- lic rawtlng to discuss tho .question of the! consolidation of five school dis- tricts.- The meeting was very repre- sentative. Consolidation was: favored by a-large majority. H. Krels ivas In Ihe chair.' Slay wilh II, KrEls; Ihe thief early on Friday, morning am hastily procuring his shotgun brough him rtc-rn with .the third snot. The remains ot the hawk can be seen In Duncan's show window- There' Is some talk of another trip to Hi ths alleged burial of Mrs. MIron Uoy cbuk, against Ihe wlshrs of her lius band, for unlawfully Outlining the body, and for negleillBE Sis legal dut iea Vllh rtgard lo Its treatment. Bill was Hied at fl.OOO. Theodore Uoosevcll. In a speech here at tho Columbia county fair on America's part In the war, urged en actment by congress of legislation which would prohibit publication newspapers In tho loiiEuo'of any na tion with which the United States I at war. Halibut fishermen are. maklog bli money these days. As much na 2 cents a pound lias been paid for hal but vhlcli three years ago brough from four to six cents a pound. Fou hundred thousand pounds of Ibis fis were landed at Prince Rupert, Vai 'ouvor and Seattle of which louuds came to Vancouver. Sixteen manufacturers of autom ibe accessories and William M. We' ster, commissioner of the National A: soclalion ot Automobile Acccsory Jol :era, and nearly a score of other vlduals, were Indicted under the She mau law by the federal grand jur; charged with conspiracy' to restra! Peace River district- Dr. Greeno has offered his flunkts lo Inc. United States government aiul has been ac- cepted, in IMS Dr. Orecnf, when lit- ling Rochntler, N.Y., for the nril lime In aviation history, carried two gsencers In a heavler-lliau-alr ma- and was awarded the J. !-eo us cup. Arrangements are not yet romplet- lu connection wllh tho memorial nice lo bela for tho lalo Sir chard McBridt, but tho committee llfh lias the preparations In hand IK w considering favoring a [uneril and the uiual irlal rltea would ke place uuder the auspices of the church, of which Ihe late of Hrlllsh Columbia was member, or would bo In charge ol coninillleo composed ot government fflclals and friends ol the one time tmler .of Ihe province. Nominations .have closed at Hie of ce of Hie ngenl-gcncrnl for Saskal lowan elections. The following wen Chnille has bought at that lawn. Smilh's billiard do no> like o lose Charlie but we wish him all Inds of luck In his new venture. Mr. Stewart and Bud Sewell, ol Etzl- were wllh us over Thursdny nlghl. They seemed to be glad lo have a good opportunity to stay over night In a real live town and a lame car furnished it nicely. This year ha? proved to the farm crs ot the Orion district Ibat they can grow craln wilh very little ralnfal II they farm properly. This know ledgu 19 worth a great deal to the community as ItUnsures ft crop cacl and every year'thus proving the ei- ireme fertility ot Ihe soil. Threshing Is progressing rapidly. A3 usual'some dlsappolnlments and some Joyful-surprises. About Iwo thousand bushels have been'hauled In from the new crop already. The carload o( Gall coal received on the lasl sold very qulcj; ly. The lanaers haTe plenty of money fnkted for two tucmborf lo ba elected by votes ot the lerrlni! n France nnd Belgium: L'apl. Frcder ck U. Ilagshaw, Infanlry, belonging to Kegtna. barrister; Pie. Kenneth U. Cnttford, North Sas- kafoon, law iiludent; Sapuer John Aik bur QlUson, railway troopc, Reihia, Journalist: Lleul. Alfred WalowrUbt, guglneert, Hooia Jav, nvurterwaitcrl Sergt. Arthur ttljab HnJ. Saikalcha- wan rejflmeDl, Moose Jaw, clerk; LI.- Col. Alexander Hoss, Infantry, Heslna; Major Robert Henry Smjlh, Moose Jaw, physician; I'te. Harris Turner, Patricias, Saskatoon, editor; Sergt. Major Wlllbm Harry Wilson, eorupauy. Prlace Albert Tbe following were nominated by vol- aervlng In Great Britain, oue va- cancy: Sergt. Saicuel or- dnance, Saskatoon, accountant; 'Lt.- Col. James Albert Cross, residence, RrgHna, barrister; Quatermaster SergL Artbur William F.atou, Moose Jaw. farmer; CapL Daniel medi- Gull Lake, rhyslclan; Capt. Al- fred John Manvlllcrcg, Prince Albert, farmer. Who Is goh.i '.lite lor things they need. U Is underalood thai Ucul.-Co Maurice, Alexander, C- M. G., (ormt ly .deputy Judge advocate genera Canadian headquarters 1n Englan and more recently In Ihe IntelllEcu Department ot tlio Uritlsh War Oftlc Is going to Washington In a mllita capacity- His post would probab be lu the nature ol a military attac or Unison officer nature. The steamer Casslara, which went aah'ore on 'August 26, on Privell Isl- and, on the Pacific coasl, and whjch was fioated September 1, left Iho' north, after undergoing temporary re- pairs and is due In Vancouver Satur- day. 'The vessel Is badly damaged ami there '.Vas some doubt us to whelher It could be Repairs will cost aboul Dr.' William Greene, ot Albcrla, a noted aircraft designer and a pioneer aviator, with'his ivlfe and rianrjhter, arriyed In Waterloo, OnL, from [he The Cleanest Range t The -Kootenay has nickeled steeL; oven that is as to wash keep clean as any cooking utensil. The ash-chute directs all the ashes into the pan, which is roomy and large enough to hold a two days' accumula- tion. Write for booklet KOOTENAY RANGE For Sale by the TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. What This Picture Means! YOU Going To Help'? UNDUE ALARM OVER ALIEN ENEMY The irar.-'tnM now txlorr? tKe'HoBie o! ConuDon! ap- .pears In manyiways, bit H :ls tie opinion ot tho Herald Ihit our Dollllclans -are cUogellier loo ,about Ihe iray Ihe clllzen ol enemy blrlh. will cp'ndatt nlrnselr al the polls. Al' the last provincial elecllon Ihere v'ai a great" hue and cry about alien enemy -vollns raised by Ihe op- poslllon, anil when Ihe election wall over It Is stle In say lhal the clllztoF ot alien, enemy blrlh cast their fairly evenly beiweeri Ins Iwo varileV 'Edirard -Mlchener .wos sure when he had a majority of five with fire poUs lo hear (rom that he would defeated htcau3C. he said, "Ihe rtrnilninE poll: were all In Ihe territory nettled by .rlllr.enp of alien enemy When the Ust t-allol counted he had Majority o! over 20. It snowed how Kroiindle.ci3 were his Tears. The Tears 'o( Ihe real of (he politicians are Jusl nbout an If. we. have al- lowed men Ihelr freedom dur- (From Our Own Etzlfcom. Sept. prize win- ners In various dlaasea at the (air last week were as follows: Clydesdale Carglll, nrsl In every section. Percheton eron association 1st, Park Lake Breed- Ing association, Standard B. Brown, IsL J. BHIorJ.'Snd. Heavy 0. Rlley, 1-U.Io cfus one. Class 2, Fred John Qraham, 2nd. Class 3, Frank Berry, 111. Clais 4, 3. 0. Hlley, l.t. Light 1, Thos. Oiloby 1st. JTohB Oosndry, 2nd. Clats 2, F Yeager, Inl, J. 2nd, J. A. Feller 3rd, Oarglll, 4lh. ClaH 3, D Morris, lit, John Ooundry, 2nd. Class 6, John Ooundry, 1st, Thoa. Oitouy, 2. Cla-i 6, Ooundry, 1st, Th'oi: Oi- loby, 2nd. i, John Qoundry, IsL Marqnfs .Middaugb, 1st, Spence Jnd, Olflln BIOII., 3rd, iBl. Maddaugh, 1st, L. B. Lo- 2nd, J. 3rd. AL no period in Ihe historj' of Hie civilized world such an opporlunily been pre- sented to Hie prosperous prairie provinces of Canada !o give lo sucli a worthy cause, than ii-Ilia Wof stricken, bleeding, devastated France. Ruin is everywhere- All Mrnhl-inee of civiliralion has been blasted away. The country has been pillagcd-biirned -the alilE-hodied laken into hontlagc leaving the old men.aiul wnmon innnlipil wilh snner- ing ar.d despair, homeless and deslilute. The FRENCH WOUNDED EMERGENCY FUND Until You Hear of Some- thing Safer and .Better You should piacc your savings where'they 'will cam good interest. If your savings arc Deposited in the Treasury of the Province of .Alberta, you will .obtain, 5% for everyday i they are on deposit and you' will not liavq lo give notice of Here you have ABSOLUTE SECURITY combined with a high interest return. Vor further particulars, write or apply W. V. NEWSON, DEPUt-Y PROVINCIAL TREASURER, EDMONTON, ALTA. THRESHING OUTFIT' FOR SALE 25 H P. TRACTION ENGINE IN GOOD CONDITION'. SAWYER AND MASSEY SEPARATOR WITH BELTING, 32 INCH CYLINDER. WILL BE 8OLD ON. GOOD TERMS. APPLY TO J. A. SMITH SALE AND FEED. BARN, LETHBRIDOE L'Tidcr the Authority ot the Frenrh (Jorcrnmtnl) I'roldcnl, Duke ol Conrausht. Jug ot war It looks as l( were becoming unduly alarmed al the eleventh hour. E. Hull, Isl, L. B. Losey, 2nd. MadJaugh, 111, E. A. Hall, 2nd, J. Orahaa, 3rd. Flu-L. B. Losey, 1st. Poultry Plymouth B. and.Ron, 1st, E. A. Hall. 2nd.. Plymouth RoOi, lyonng) L. II. and Son, K. A. Hall, 2nd. Ughornn, A. Hall, Leghorns, A. Hall, Rhode Islanrt Red, Car- gill, 1st Kbode Island Red A. Hall.lal. Bob Eilwnrda paid last Saturday It CAUGHT SIX GERMANS appeals iii'spiitly for money to assist the deatihttc nnd suffering dcpen- I dcnls ot French" soldiers, and lo ho'nse the old and weak in the recaptured portions of France. The French .Wounded Emergency Fund follows up each of the. rirovisions, etc., etc., and erects Icnls ai.d other dwellings for terepornT shelter. jraffl nit lor uoulj smfa your on thi rtniirci 10 fur ycu !BE FRENCH PEASANTS IIEEB MONEY.NOW, CENTRAL WESTERN CANADA HAS BEEN ASKED TO HELP First Appeal September 17th You Sent YOUR Contribution Yet? GIVE Kindly tend all eontribulioni 'J. B, SHAW, (Jnfrjr, Bank cf OfQiniier, Wmflip GIVF. LET HVJRYTODf OtVB SOMXTBI1IO VOW, GOING OUT OF THE DAIRY BUSINESS Auction Sale of Dairy Cows AT 720 NINETEENTH STREET 3V. Tomorrow, Friday AT TWO P.M. W. L WILSON, AUCTIONEER 11 favored wllh Inrtruttlohl from JAS, f lq., wno totfij out ef the Dllrr to aelt the foflawl'ng cenilitlng af 13 Oood Dairy fresh and aomt rfue 10 MMn; 1 Heer, II old, bull cllves, Z oli; I roan baric, S yeart old, well broke; I bay mire, 1 yea'ra old, well broke; 1 1 tlntU harness; number of chlekenk and the dairy coniittlnt 61 milk ciirt. palta, alto i i.lilk houit, >x1> In i of repal' and oni dlnlni I rr.lgtll sty thw towi are ill milkera In excellent cenditlcn. Any one wantlnt attend thll Ml. on 7th 2 p-rtl, CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 10M, DOMINION BLK. his lltUs Ford are nminced bi lit. admiralty, ;