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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE I.ETIIRRIDr.E DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 7.. 19.16 letbbvibge Blberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Ratet: Dolly, delivered, jicr vrMk: Daily, delivered, per year' Dillj, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, por year ...55.00 S3.1M TELEPHONES Eusfnsss Offioe Editorial Office u- W. A. Buchanan John Torranee Managing Director mtstiiee? Manage Dales nf expiry of subscriptions pear daily on addrnsB label. Accept- There is Euce of papers ,-iiter oxptruMon U.-iUs is i tnin and our liUtiiorily lo t outline the sab j .onl liberals scription. IIIU slightest duulil. Tlld WcMlern are Western tirst and l.lliernl seroud. H wna Western influence Hint cunnnlltcil the Liberal parly to {reciprocity ami reciprocity defeated tile J.lUorniP oecauay not accept it. Ktunvltij llltu (lie Kiist; was opposed 10 tariff lowering and market n'iili-ning. the Liberal party un- itedly acceutei! the West's demand for free wlieat. free flour anil free imple- ments and it Simula committed to these today anil the Conservative par- ty opposed to them. A solid, persistent. Liberal reprcsemalion from Western Canada will drive that party, influenced it is by the so-slow cle- ment of Eastern Canada, farther along the low tariff road than a solid repre- senia'.ion of tonhl do. unless they held the balance of pc-wer be-; t parties. thins absolutely cer- is that the Wes- v.-il! desert their PA AICKED UP IN SSING FOR THE BUSY MAN The population of Waterloo, Out., is an increase John Htitton, ugtid 28. was found dt'iul in bed at Owen Sound. The Hamilton .recruiting depot iias, since it was opened Aug. 1-1. The year old sou of G. liuotliuitl. 1 Intuition, was killed b> an auto driven by Miss Nora Farmer. VOUP King and Country need you right now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR j party, if a Liberal government traitor on the tariff. showed thai they could vote j solidly against ihoir leader on iliniiual Question anil they will prove if necessity arises. Unit they would go i fur a? to defeat :t Liberal govern- Onc of the outstanding pieces of in-! formation in yesterday's meagre dis- patches from the war front? was the admission by Uerlin that the i ment. if it failed to redeem its pledges to the President Wilson is being accused} Jn Gnlida had pressed lack the centreJ0f railroading the eight-hour law of Archduke Charles foicesj through Congress. And it to'ok him The United Slates is vhk'h is run by the men 1 between the Lipa and the Dnefs- j more thiui eight hours to do it. 1 tor. U i? quite evident ihat the Ten-- ton Hues in the east, attenuated by the entrance of Rumania into the fray, are no longer able to present n front to The Russians. Tlie Austrians are strictly on the defensive, and a poorly BUpported defensive at thai. a republic- ho run the Hamilton will pay cents a quart ur milk, the producers asking Cl in- j stt-ad of -3 cents a gallon. Mrs. Samuel Van Home and daugh- ter, of Kindlon, were badly injured when their Horse ran The breakwater al Gouerieh. Oiit., lm.-> been completed it) its full leujuh of 1.400 feet. Konalil t'r.mpbi'll, a pioueer of "Nol- ur.vasajiii iu-.uibuip, died at his home on the 10th concession, aged. 71. Sir Max Aitken, Bart., has been elected to the directorate of the W. C. Electric Hailway company. Three newspaper plants at Tralee, Ireland, were seized by the police and troops. lo the jiresent -i.'SO.OOO Iron have been conferred from BON'T TAKE CHANCES on a rut or SKIU injury bwoiniiii Infected disonsi) terms of which tiie air Is full! Use Zaiu- Bilk immediately mi Injury is siis- laln'ed, and you will- have 'no''fur- ther troml'le. Zam-lluk Is a power- ful jjerin-destroyer. as well, as a uviym, ui mu pnwMful liculcr, iu.il many a mo ln expenditures apart of booil-po soiling could have boon avoided tad the victim only taken tlie wnr, U tho Oon.ii.Ion's ro- n uiu ii Ottawa, Sept. of twenty-four millions In the total re- cvlyttt, and ft ducrense of five niut ft tuo precaution to first. J. F. Warren, of Ilenfrew, Ont.. writes: 1 cut Hie of my hand badly with a rusty and as I was some distance from home. I couM not net it properly iiiUMitied i'.-. aiid hand quickly beeauie stilt and swollen. Imme- diately 1 reached liome 1 washed tlio wound with hot. water and Ziun- Buk Soap, and k. This UHl.l IttlVUH Xam-Huk at COTd (nc months ended Aug. compared with ud correspond- I ing period of U'15. This constitutes n 'net betterment of nearly ;OHO. lays Sir Thomas White. ccnda 'tlie budget ex pectnt ions ot lust untimiry publuv works account lihows tor tlio purled, a .reduction in expenditures of two million, and oxilendllure has thru applied million ('anli-il ox tipuuieu a in HI ion. trains, is the Hamilton Herald's way of putting it. Crosses Berlin. I are being complcinly offset. It tlio ro- venue continues on the same satis- i factory the minister of iinancu iinticiiiaies that after pay ins n'l or- dinury and -capital domestic expendi- for the year, the government The J Mjjon ana other 'sources of income, Tenderer than Skin HPHE laundry work for which Ivory Soap is used is another proof of its excellence for bath and toilet. For Ivory Soap washes safely the exquisite linens and laces, the gossamer-Jike silks, the delicately colored materials which will show the effect of the slightest particle of free alkali or any other harsh material sooner even than your tender skin. IVORY SOAP [i 99 PURE FLOATS -.Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada: bulldlnK scholars :u-c ilistrllniled in viiriuus vai-ntlt Jlrs. John Tliomus lias lett Krank Tiie Ottawa correspondem. of the Fifty thousand automobile have been issued in Ontario this year, as compared with in 1015. board of Inquiry conducting a search- j From the east front also word I Toronto Telegram says that the Bulgarian forces which bad I there is thai the Borden government age attempted to invade Rumania on the it about time Hon. east have been driven .back, and it is read the "Tely.' out ot j tlio reeling! In England there are on an aver- of pmons lu every BOW o.uite In order to expect a rnm- biueil Russ-Rumanian attack through .Bulgaria with the intention of sweep- ing down the Black Sea coast and striking Turkey in tbe rear. Events in the Balkans threaten to move rapidly within ilie next month. The. only sig- nificant Greek move is in the calling of five classes of reserves to the col-j ors. The Franco-British drive on the west continues, Berlin reluctantly a.A- initting tbe Joss-of Clery. The Brii- now in possession of Lenso Tvood. The" drive is broadening the French being on the offensive ROUtii of the Somme where they have taken away at the south end of the front, on which the attack is being made. Many prisoners are being tak- en indicating tbat the tiaa as- the party for lese majeste. The Toronto AVorlrt confides to Iw i ?iven as the readers that there is little likelihooti! Thomas ir.ilk dealers advanced jibe price of milk irom seven to eight t eonts a quart. Scarcity of food is ii bailiff of Elgin county, iously ill suffering from blood poison- f inj? Caused by a spider HailiiT Smiley v.-as bitten limes on tho left arm before he discovered the spider and destroyed it- His arm at cnce bticjinic very much swollen and painful. The snider was very large and of :i rare species. stimed proportions similar io those of the July offensive. of Sir Sam superccdine General Jof- j M0.ore, of Springfield, Ont.. died of fre or the Grand Duke Nicholas, end' lockjaw from a splinter of wood in bis it doubts very much if be will po becoming effected: length of disturbing the status of Sirj Private of the lilt! Douglas Haig. Whew, what a relief! j Krockville) battalion, was sentenced i to nine months In prison for deser- tioii. Capt. i Rev.) H. 1. Horsey. went overseas the :lSth Battalion has resigned his chaplaincy and gone lo France as a junior officer of tbe battalion, A yuunj; man by the name of Red- din jr. employed at the Uollinsyr .Mine. Porcupine, pleaded Riiitty to a .lames a young fanner of j East Templeton. Quebec. was almost j instantly killed in front of an Ottawa j The nine year old son of Maynard [hotel, it is alleged, by ;i blow from! ;i pitchfork _izi tiie hands of i Patrick Maloney. of-the Ottawa po J. Tompkins was a j itor last week lit towns along the main line as far cast as Swift. Current and j returned with Mrs. Tompkins and j family, who had been spending the, summer in Nova Scotia. li'Yum Our Correspondent) lOnchant. Sept. IX Wcoilcock returned today from n six weeks' trip Hie nwaiiwhilc the biiilclinp beinglsood put in thorouijh repair to receive the I j returned soldiers. Then; are. already Was Ow ll-'rom Oui Frank. Sept. P. Robert, engi- neer at the Blairiaorc mines of tlie j Considerable development West Canadian CoUierius. lias been j being done at the Old Min he taken ovor j to Chicago. Tlio doctor had a very by the wveriimtiut on tbe loth and in pleasant trip, but says Alberta looks the niflanwhilc the buildinp: i.s beinglsood to him. C. Howaon. of North sliington, arrived in Enchant on Thursday, io work in Ihe Enchant Mer- cantile store. 1 A very heavy rain storm visited this j section lasting from Saturday until ,vork is i Monday-night. of the I -Mrs. C'. W. Johnson and children, and by! spent a few days with Mrs. Reason at several nurses here. .Airs. P. M. Shervvin has left for a month's visit on her father's ranch near Swift Current. ed and none of the witnesses altercation. The Toronto Globe is well informed when it says: "Alberta, with fine crops of'wheat and coarse garins. will be'the most prosperous of the Western this year, for both cereals a'nffilive animals command almost un- precedented prices." Flight-Lieu tenant Korby. There are twelve vacancies in tlie ager. dutiei returned lo! ,su.. Ul Prank as tlrebosu ami examiner at i Mount Royal College, t'alsary. who re-opened shaft mine ot the F ran- was invalided home "-from the arcat co-Canadian Collieries, war on April !t. is contcmphuiim his The shortage of labor is severely return to the scenes nf operations'-felt throughout the Pass. There is a Ion the other side of tlie nt-iau again.'lack of men mines as well as 1 Since Ins arrival back in ibis country on top. he has been iiydrosranhic Dim Sinclair has received six 1917 work for the Dominion the mines of the. same Franco-Canadian Collieries and Christmas it is hoped to have-tlie daily J Deerin >f both mines raised to -000 any company at Belleviie as aeslstaut man- Mr. Robert will take up bis new week or so. Crawford hay output tuns daily. jovenimeni. (Ford cars and most of them are sold Doir'u'lon senate Have vou made ap- charge of stealing gold to tbe amount j headquarters in Edmonton, go- already. ,P t, a of inR as far norrh as Lesser Slave Lake The new Methodist and bail plication yet -tor tbe job? the} _ IQ Rwkv House. is aeariag completion and the t-oucrete High River Times. The Times editor Q Ciller. Provincial Geolo-jne ntpiiV recovery since I foundation for the new school building Gen. Slienioii returned from the front on Friday. He is looking well, but suffers from a stiff knee. He tells many stirring stones about the war. NEW PRESIDENT I new restaurant is to open soon in Newcastle, Eng., Sept. The Brit- Kundson building. ish convention lor the advancement town was filled up last week ot science opened its meeting here Wjtjj Commercial travellers. Tuesday under the presidency of movies wil not shovr hers for Sir A. ".I. Evans, ami named Sir a coupic Of weeks. Too busy harvest- Charles Algernon Parsons, who lias been closely identified with the de- velopment, of the turbine, as presi- dent for next year, _ we know is very modest, but in cist, writes from Caledonia that figment he would fill" one of the va-! the Ontario Nickel Commission, i v.-iiich vi-eat to Africa, wosild he there EXTENSION OF SHEEP-RAISING With the result of the year's busi- ness in wool end mutton fresh oiir minds it is to be hoped and eipected that-.the business will be suitably ex- tended. In addition to satisfactory re- turns for wool and mutton the farmers are- beginning to recognize the value of. sheep for "weed eradication and :be (fincles with ability. He knows w tern needs and would keep them be- fore the augii.st chamber continually. The High River Times reports ihat; "A farmer who operates a quartpr-sec- llon near here, and who has a clear title to same, besides man- head nf horses, cattle and pigs, informed the Times thai he approached one of the banks to secure a loan of ?300, Improvement of the condition and fer-jtp buy a few head of breeding cattle. Tho Bishop of Qu'Appelie has re- returning from England. (is In. Pending the completion of the j turned Ivoni a trip to Europe. ins our big crop L" attend picture shows. Mrs. Peter Robillard ami children 'returned this week1 from a'trip east. A hail storm visited the fiertion south of Retlaw yesterday. No report vet as to the damage done. till about tiie end of August. An order for shirts, ro- j ccived from the Haiiau Government, has been awOTded by the Trade and Commerce Department to the Knit; Goods Association, of. Hanjilton; 1 Tho Government lias refused to ac-j cent any of the tenders for the con- j struciion of the -stalkm buildings in j with the new Intercol- i onial terminals at Halifax. The 1 tiJky of the soil, particularly the sum- mer-fallow. Besides this, there Is I wealth ahead for the alfalfa growers T7ho market their crop through sheep- feeding enterprises. About seventy- five per cent of the alfalfa grown in JLethbridge district is sold off the Ijarms instead of being converted io its s ultimate use on the farms on which Ut is grown. The conversion of our heavy produc- jlng irrigated lands to a highly produc- he was flatly refused. He was mad j and threatens to sell ;ouL and open aj prices Quoted were too high. Bisbop C. S. Smith, of Detroit, in addressing the African bank of his own." It is hard '.o credit Conference this .story, yet we have heard many like them. The Dominion government Methodist Hamilton. urged colored men to enlist and fight for the allied cause. should deal drastically with a bank. The MicW Central milroad all. j or banker that is so insane as to turn j _ _. t away good business. 11nounced to shippers .at London that j an embargo has been placed on coal coming into Canada for the district Speaking at Vancouver, Sir Chas. Hibbert Tupper made this striking statement: "Mr. Bovrse'r dare not let over the Niagara frontier. type of live stock business is not! John T. Scott (the man supposed to be merchants have list of employes f who are found guilty of theft, and j Hamilton retail decided to keep a jtaking place as rapidly as it should, j behind the plugging) comeback from j win co-operate in keeping them out; 'Either the breeding or breeding and] Seattle. He knows that Scott would! of employment in local stores. feeding both of sheep would be a de- sirable step -in advance on our rich ..loader producing lands. stand that the present tell some things that would reveal j how Conservatives planned the ging. I will venture, to predict fon Brant'County Recruit- by reason'of these same attacks by j ing League will shortly meet to wind JMr. Bowser, on my friend. Mr. M. A. up Us affairs. j i Maerfonald. the majority which he ob-! It is said that the Dominion Gov- DEALJNG WITH WESTERN PROBLEMS Qn September 14 The Grain Growers Guide is not that which was accorded him in T transcontTnen- Jafied with the National Liberal Ad-jthe last bye-election." Bowser's memorial highway, to-furnish -em- j Committee's attitude on the tar- fortR to besmirch the Liberals don't j ployment for disbanded soldiers. iff.- "Free wheat, free flour, free im- .plements and equitable taxation" it I says..'are not enough. Then it goes on to say. "The chief reason why th> of the- get more con- sideration than they do from the Lib- .eral and Conservative parties in the East is because our Western members do not solidly and consistently stand up for the rights of the West hut tco frequently allow themselves to he in- fluenced and dominated very largely by the. party leaders of the East. IThe time has come when the Western rep- should represent Western people and "Western views and cut off connection with the party-blind, office-hunting Grit and: Tory parties that make their head-! 1 quarters at Ottawa." The Western Liberals are a solid' unit.at. the present time. They show-i ed their solidarity when they voted on: the bi-Iingual question. They are just as solid on tjia tariff. They have com-1 mitted the party to "free flour, tree: wheat, free implements, and wider, markets." Should a Liberal govern-' oient come to power and refuse to carry out this policy the.re would be i solid western--Liberal, reprcuenfatioii igaiiiHt I hem Of that'" there is not: fool Tupper. He is wise to the Bow-1 ser game. Berlin city council decided not lo j hold a celebration of the change oE name to Kitchener, considering a. sil- ent passing more fitting, in view of the great hero's tragic death In the Orkneys. i A regulation has been adopted pro-1 vjding tbat no alien master or mem-1 her of the crew of a vessel arriving: I at a Canadian port, be to land without the .production ,of j tuat lie is DOL an jiiitrn eaeniy- Capt. Pcregreue Aeland, s'on of F. A. Auland. deputy minister of labor, who received the military cross re: j ccntly for t.allaut conduct at "fhe front, has just been gazetted a major. Aiter years' continuous service with the Grand Trunk railway, David Morlce, freight and customs agent at Niagara Falls, will retire, owtog to ill-health. Lieut. John Henry-Quanbury, of the Canadian Mounted Rifles, whose death from wounds received in action was recently reported, was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Quanbury, Sim- coe, Ont. "The sales ot Noblemen .Cigars .have more than trebled during Hit'' past 'this Food is New Tlie Canadian Patent Office has recognized that fact find grantorl a patent both on the form, and method of making NEW Post Toasties Xo other flnkrd corn food on the market shares this other equals itlh form and flavor. Here nil distinctive featureSyCliaracterize this and economical food delicacy. Olil slylc "com flakes'' do nol possess much real flavor of Ilieir own. Old-fashioned methods of .making, didn't bring il ciui. They depended largely for Ilicir i.nsle oil the and cream, or milk, you ale willi them. You Were never asked to test- the flavor by eating them dry. We want you to lest New Post Toasties by eating some dry, fresh from the package. You'll get the flavor al once. The new way of cooluiig, rolling and toasting under, intense heal hriiigs ou'Mhe natural goodness of the griin. New Post Toasties do not imisli down when milk or cream is added. They don't crumble or "chaff" in the package There's substance lo wonderfully delicious as In make you call for more. A Single Package Tells the Story At Made in Canadian 1'ostujn Cereal Co., Ltd.. Windsor. Out. ;