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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR. .THU .DAILY TiKHAUD FRIDAY, SKPTEMRER 8, 1010 THAT I'ASS IN TIIK JUtbbribije ictbbrtBac. Hlbcrta CAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Ratei: delivered, per week Dally, delivered, pe" year Eu-.iiy, by roail. pev ye" .Weekly, by mail, per year J TELEPHONES Busfnsss Office.......... Kditorful Office VV A. Buchanan John Torrance ManaciiiB Director Business Manager 1252 U'1'J expiry of subscr'.pMtms ap- daily on address label. Accopt j encc of papers after expiration ilato is our authority to continue the aub- j scriptlon- Your King and Country need you right now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR j Only one new feature intruded it-] into die wai situation yesterday.; Tiiat was the withdrawn] of Rumanian troopr from Turtukai. Berlin claim? j that Rumanian troops were'cap-j lured in the fighting which'resulted in; the fall of the fortress. The allied j phase of the story yet remains to be, told. If the Teuton siory is right it j is a blow to the Rumanians, but it te i only one of those setb.ii-ks that must; be expected. That it will have of feel on the outcome of the next six! "Meat Prices Will Not Come-Doivij" is the cheerful news from .the Department of Agriculture. Meat prices will not worry the man or woman who knows that a Shredded Wheat Biscuit will supply "more real body-building nutriment, than beefsteak or eggs and at much less cost. Shredded Wheat remains the same price, the same high quality, supplying all the nutriment a man needs for a half-day's work. Two shredded wheat biscuits with peaches and cream or other fruits make a complete, nourishing meal at a cost of not over five cents. Made in Canada 0 IA iICKEDUPIN FOR THE BUSY MAN Is going to 1} visit Hilly Sunday Detroit. MooBf! -law women will organize Consorvtitivu association. On ncojunt of hifiutHIo panilysia, Princeton University will upon a mimth Into Oils yeur. Mrs. .ToFOph Suively. of Simcop, was fatally by Luke Eric Northern car nt Hoston. John Uobinson. :i wall known mor of Utt) OKotoks district, dieil at Lieut.-Col. McKiiinery, of liilaion- ton, has boon transferred to the train- ing division at Hramshott. Samuel McKenzic, of Port Stanley, a fisherman, fell asleep tlio rail of a uig. tumbled into the lake, and was i drowned. '.'ourk'p-.lournal still goo you all AND GE1 PEOPLE "Where do y per want this to go Bystander. says that it is j i j Prof. .1. llo.xii1, of Savannah. On., .'declarer, that experiments have i shown him that mosfpiitos are killed by thy water in which water hya- I cinthos are grown. j After eluding tlie authorities for 144 years. Andrew Wise, a white man, j wim ted for kill Lug a constable in Toronto, Sept. end specula-; Buncombe county, has been arrested I tlon in farm lands; to provide for in Williamson, West Va. JUethbridge's school population keeps weeks Balk'ans'no one i right on increasing. It makes Leth- tellev.s bridge look like better than a Further admissions by Berlin of; city. Russian advances in Galicia are forth- j coming daily. The lortress of Halicxi is being shelled. continuous rather than scattered set- tlements. Kev. James C. Hodgins, of Phila- delphia and U.S., who These are the two objects which the pastorate of the J. Black, the recently appointed itarian Church, Toronto, is a former commissioner of agriculture, is en- deavoring- to attain. With this end i In view he proposes that settlement j boards, appointed jointly by the fed- j eral and provincial governments, he i organized in the various provinces; that these boards have legislative au- j London. Sept. tliority to take over any unoccupied :for die 'and suitable for agricultural pur- And still Old Sol keeps up the good It? fall is imminent.! -work. The farmers will be quite will- and following on that accomplishment. lug to pay him time and a hall for the Russian advance on Lemberg will i Just so long as he doesn't j move more smoothly. work the eight hour day. On tbe west front things continue! forces to look bright, The recent j Henry. n plumber, has heen'ijghed. General Carson .will be case of not taken over for between Guillemant and uhiiiy have f as magistrate at Other -meaibers ql- the council j five years from now. the price shall, been important in that they put jj ne uves up to the reputation! will be Generals; Steele, MacDougall student, of Toronto and Oxford Uni- versities. Slim silhouettes will be the thing this fall and winter, declared Chas. Kurzman, New York importer, who designed the bridal outfit for Mrs. Wootlrow Wilson. "Everything the women skirts, wraps on this slue will soon he eslab- myius for the same a fair I be narrow, rallies; that The governor-in-council I CHOPPED RETALIATION MEASURE Franco-British over the hill. The Ger-i given the plumbers, won't there be! and MeighGri, with. CoL Murphy as! mans are steadily contesting every i some handsome fines imposed at quartermaster ganeraK- .and -Colonel' foot of the ground but they must seej Stratford? B'rank Reid, as adjutant general. defeat staring them in the face on this j ________ sector. The capture of one mile of: German trenches at'Verdun sees the! Two wideawake'guards nipped inj ___, swingin-of the pendulum of that battle Uhe bud a scheme two Germans had j Washington, Sept. 7 against the Germans.' In fact making their esvape from Fort] on the emergency revenue.bill today Gfrrman papers speak very plainly and; Henry. They hz-i a passageway this .'struck out the.Phelan amendment to talk" of the'Verdun defeat. Hope Is! through the ground. These empower the president has com- muted the death, sentence in the case t value, plus fair interest. Of Malcolm Macuherson, an aged On the lands taken it is pro-j Prince Edward Islander, convicted of posed that men with families shall'the murder of his wife. The man is be to settle, and that-such years of age and that is wider- settlers lie given a long time, jtos-; stood to have been the chief reason sibly oO in which to pay for i for executive clemency. the land located upon. craticns These Three Women Tell How They 'Escaped the Dreadful Ordeal or Surgical Operations. Hospitals are great and necessary institutions, but they should be 'the last resort for women who suffer with ills peculiar to their sex. Many letters on file in the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., prove that a great number of women after they have been recommended to submit to an operation have been made well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Here are three such letters. All sick women should read them. Marinette, "I went to the doctor and he told me I must have an operation lor a, female tiouble, and I hated to have it done as i had been in irried only a short time. I -would have terrible puns and my hands and feet were cold all the tone I took Lydia E. Finkham's Vegetable Com- pound and was cured, -and I feel totter in every wav I stive you permission to publish my name because I am so thankful that I feel well again." Mrs. FBEU BEHNKE, Marinette, Wis. Detroit, Mich' When I first took Lydia K. Vegetable Compound I was so run down to do a They helped me and today am a -Mrs THOS DVTIEB, Milwaukee Ave., East, Detroit, Mich. RpUevue Pa I suffered more than tongue can tell with terrible gooKny other mldicines that were recommended to me and none me to ive Ldia E. r It is further proposed that settle-! Second Lieut. II..R. Handeock, Le- nient so farmed shall be continuous, i insters, lulled in action, was an ex- that is that there shall be Jin "spread-; sergeant of tbe Northwest Mounted ing out" It is also contemplated, as Police. He was In the Prince Albert a means of preventing speculation on division. He traveled some to, retaliate! the part of those taking up holdings j miles in Canada by dog tram and toia breasls ot U.U, ,f.. j, .us e i Biases malls. The'argument wlilclij their holdings until a certain proper-] prevailed in the conference was thatition has actually-'been brought into! Air. ohl landmark'at Medicine Mat. The road of a LMlibriilgn bylaw is it v.-ork great hardships to Un- cultivation. "Where are you .Mr. I j'eare close to St. John's church there, "There are Imijdreds availahle in j has heen removett. Us history Is in- d I now I don't know wa s o e sic any m k 'TO in weight. I am 20 years old and weigh. 145 pounds. te th pleasure to me if I can have the ojjpor- t m it to any other suffering fon FBomioHBR, 1923 Manhattan St., North Side, Bellevue, Pa. rf would like special advice write to LydtaB. Pinkham letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and licld m stw days. GET FACTS ABOUT ibeset with stones anti thorns. It is ited Statescrs in foreign countries by TRAIN SERVICE j much buffeted and rebuked in the days. counter retaliation. If Lethhridge is to secure a return of! oj jts youth, and then so often when it the daylight passenger train service on ls {uli grown the people go tn the' the Crows Kest line, the Board it. Truly, the life of; .Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. Trade must not let any grass grow L money bylaw in Lethbridge is instates Senator -Robert M. Ppllette. under its feet. The first objection the! sinecure company will raise, if it is minded to! _ WERE RENOMINATED and Governor Euianue! L. rbillipp, respectively, were renominatefl. fight the request, is that rhe passen ger traffic on .the line will not war- rant die additional daily train. Unless jvejt jn a recent speech. "Under the Board of Trade can get the tacts j president Wilson we are assured that and figures to combat this argument. we ]iave naa -peace' with Mexico, its coutcntiou that the. added service' are the words. Now for the I is needed -aill fall nat. The Herald j ,jeeos During the war with Spain j is unite sure that the figures will show; fewer Americans were killed by tile to make another daily Spaniards than have been killed train pay. It is just a question ofiMelicans during present 'peace' with .Mesico. Moreover, when the We also believe the people residing I wltu gpain'was through it was helween Macleod and Cranbrook will'; through. But 'peace' still continues join in making demand for the return jto rase ss tnrjoasi3. as ever in Mex- of the old service. The present ser-1 j vice is working to the disadvantage! iiot ouly of Lethbridge but of all the! sir charles Hibbert Tupper's towns along the Crow. j of his attitude in British I Columbia affairs: "I am a Conservative and always TO ETZIKOM FAIR have been, t do not believe, however. _. in supporting a Government simply The suggestion thrown out by Presi- j beeaujjl u paflB Uself conservative, es- of the Board of Trade j peciaijy w-uen that Government is in that Lethbridge business men should j the bands of a man whose sole eon-1 organize an excursion to attend thetceptlon of polities is 'kultur.' Mr. Etzikom fair on October 4th is wide- cording to complete returns "in j best knoVn perllaps as "The. Old set your set- 1 which has stood lor several and other elites along the teresting. It was built by the Gait Great he! said. "Xot all of Coal Co., in ISS.'l and stood on the these have had experience in farm river banlt beside -the -pump house. It work, and on this '.account I would was bought la 1885 by the-Presbyter- suggest that past graduates in ills- j ians when the late Rev. 31 T. Herald trict representative work, or success-! took charge of the Presbyterian fnl farmers be appointed to direct "Under President McKinley we. hadj primaries held' yesterday; j the operations of "the a war with Theodore Roose- _ _ church, sits in 1SD7 was moved to its recent 139S. and shon.d be greeted with a Bow8er himselr states tllat u is Jn the ffrst place Hi necessit young eminent h. early response. is Etzikoro's firs: fair. The district of which it is the centre is just feeling out to do some good mis- sionary work in the way of agricul- tural qdueatiqn and if there is any- thing we can do to encourage this spirit we should do-it. There a selfish motive In the proposal to visit Etzikora'and the towns along, that line this fall. One of The best crops in Southern Alberta is to be found in that district There will be good business in all lines of trads there this winter. Now since the district has been connected up with Lethbridge liy railway, this is their natural centre in a wholesale way. Prior to tbe building of the Lethbridge-Weyburn line they looked to IMedicine Hat If the trade is ours now, it behooves us to foster it. That is the selfish reason why every Leth- bridge business man should make att effort to get acquainted with the Etzi- kom pebple, and that is why they ihoultl all boost for the proposed ex- :ursion. Etzikom seems to be a comer In jpite of its handle. Next.Thursday is the day in British Columbia. For the Premier of a Gov- to excuse bribery on the ground of necessity is exactly the same as for a nation to excuse the vio- lation of Belgium on the ground of necessity." TV. H. Hoop, president of the Let-; ter Carriers' association of Canada.! thinks that there is no longer any rea- son to speak of "The Yellow Peril.1 This conviction was formed during his recent visit to the Pacific coast, where at the annual convention of his ciation, he was re-elected to the pre- mier office. he said, "the Jap- anese and the Chinamen are acting iike white men, demanding the same rat.fs pay as white men, and like us they are forming their unions for toction in their various lines of busi- ness skilled or unskilled. The Yellov.- Peril finds its own solution In organ- ixeil labor, and the Orientals are as cnlhuslaHtic in Uiiri icspect as many of our own union men.1' It is a question whither Mr. HOOT represents a very! iVBc or labor aien. when lie' says there is no longer any yellow peril in Canada, The union men .have always been strong advocates of a white Canada and it is doubtful wbe- Demise of Mr Stoddard -at Proceeds Two Fellows are trying to get It's easy to see who'll win. If ;yon have aily doubt about fen' and coffee holding many people back, leave the hesitating class, slop ''both lea and coffee ten days, and use the delicious (From Our Own Cm respondent) Cnrdston Sept funeral of Marlon L. Stodd'ard held in the Cardston tabernacle at 1 o'clock -on Thursday. There are many friends and rela- tives in the'statea.-especially in Idaho, some of whom.were present. Mr. Stofldard Is survived by his rat ther Mrs Rlioda Hinmnn, -who is some SG rears oldj the, present month. Out of fourteen children she has d to burj all but three. The present bereavement scorns almost more than the'aged lady can bear, and hei daughter Mrs niter B._Pitcher, foars the worst, for her as a result of this sad and sudden happening. The' t'al'niers have 'been very an- xious the last because of the il mgcr troni tro ts However, thus fjr nothing liab happened as the mer- stopped at-40 degrees last night and 38 degrees the one previous. The clea'r and the slight breeze is helping to dn out the land and make possible the hum of the binder again. Messrs. Edw. J. Wood. J. Walter I OP O Lou B I. Wood and S. made i tlip with horses and I pick outfit into the Walerton 'Lake (ounlr> and thence into the Glacier (National Park list They re- turned ovei the Swift Current Pass, 717G feet in elevation mads a side trip to Iceberg viewed the big hotel at Glacier Camp, saw'the' big dam in coiiHtructidn at the lower end of the Sberburne Lakes, and are all sounding the praises of countrj through which they passed. Verily, .the woiidcrs most near us are the ones least known. The United Producers Co. gave a ver> creditable presc nation inst.yvuii- mg ot the thtee let comedy, "Charley's Aunt There wis i full house and an evident mcieaio In weight altribut- d to the laughter occasioned by this screaming farce. Every person pres ent seemed surfeited with merriment A Wedding There was a very pleasing ceremony performed by President Ed J. Wood in his office at noon today Tlie contracting parties were the-sec ond son of Mr. and Mra. Lorin A...Lit tie of Taylorville., Edward Pay, 7an< the. oldest daughter of Mrs, John .Ron riett. of Klmball. 'Miss-AHa pey. The parties came into town by car accompanied by the parents of each only the immediate families beinj present. There will be a grand ball and :sup per in Kimball this evening given b; the brides's parents in honor of tin event. The young couple will resldt at Taylorvllle for the present. Botl have been prominent in their local set tlements and tbe good wishes of man] friends go with them upon life's jour ji6y. Tax Sale The sale of town lots taxes bo gan today and quite a number ofMoti Iheld by parties ir. distant parts wen aotd to tbe highest bidders, Those ir the Whitney and. Donovan additioni seemed most in favor and aome 01 these are near the, fair grounds. The amount of cash received wili not be large, however, as the sale i; too early for crop returns' of this yeai and the town will have to. take ovei most of the property. As them are about twelve hundred parcels on the list the sale will con. tinue for the next day or so. Harvesting operations started agaii: Wednesday and many farmers arc reporting good amounts out. ther many of them have altered their views, v Instant Postum _ .--.I "There's a Reason" I Canadian i'oslum Cereal Co., Ltd., Oat. ra___ in" stance, Mr. Cazier has some four hun- dred acres of spring wheat cut and all his barley. M. C. Taylor has about two hundred others have smaller am- i ounts Mr. J. B. iluberts reports about jone hundred and acrea In I Htook. Thus far no shortage, of labor has been reported. HOMAGE OF Berlin. Sept. London) Professor Seibert several years ago an exchange professor in the univer- sity, was killed recently in an aerial action over the western front. The following day the Belgian victor drop- Ipcd a bouquet of roses with the'In- lacrlptlon: A Belgian aviator's hom- jagn t'o a foe defeated in aerial bat- tie." Almond Nut Bar A rich, velvety, milk chocolate ing an abundance of plump almonds 'a quality that cannot be surpassed. Sold everywhere. Made in Canada. ;