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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 'PAGE POUR THE 1-KTHtMILJGK, DAILY IIKHALU Y, SUW.MHKH 8. ttb: XetbbriCgc, Bllxrta O A I LY AND t E K LY icr-IpMon Rales: rixi. fir .10 lloii in puhUc afTalrs. As to ihe dlsrrarichlEeinenl feature ot tlrf act, we sri> not enliiely in ac- cord. II !s true that there ere people ot alien enemy btnh jusl as there are lutivu C3D3di2Us and Brlllsb born, are hostile to Canada's i lion in the var euil In syinyathv more I th-j enemy than wKii us. The deliverc-- DnIIv, Daily, by mail per j not sUeu the vow. Halher they .Weekly, by mail, year......SliQ be On ihe older-hand all. per to U.S..52-00 (he ,ve lii'c TELEPHONES Fuslness OEce Editorial W- A. Bucharin say. of lite so-csllcO enemy as, who hrtvo endeavored to pity part as IV liie. trar besan. Tlioy cftkeus sluce they were suspected of heini; friendly UPMff Madge Wilson, a waitress at Stflt- ler, died cue hour after liMue. heavy doss or carbolic aclj. packlue house workers lu del jilicl In Kansas I'lij- liltp a result of a strike 3t Ihe Cudaliy plaut. TSell ot over 10l> Idlrrs Iron) bigd en route, front KAiuaack. Sask. to Wiunlprs. Ijcliitsftl osa'ust Hajrj- K. Mussell, a railway >uall clerk, who was arresleU. Lleul. llejlor Markciiitc, e( Iho fitury, wf.oiLas tiled o( wounils', foriil- crly was lli the rauks of a Calgary President aud Managing Director John Torranca pear daily on address ll-l jiheir home'lar.d aud nre. Tho -liiaage fs "estimated- -at have trleJ ii> prove that Iheit re The Iowa o( Lac la Die-he, Iliel uaUalloo... He was a native of A. one hundred miles-boa. Rossblfe nuil ho went from norlh ot IMcionton was lisrd hli by FGrei'iiock io Canada eleven years.ago. Oroide BaVer. K.C., 0( parti was solely for Oau.adu. These ins our. country. gave died al'bls summer I'otlage of heart us- trouble, aged 03. He was bom in d Llndsir- ot Vanrouver. sus- of vising R number of worth- Ottawa In 1S54, coming to imce of pifrrs afli-r Is or wrongly. Many of illon. our authority to conUDua tie tuV ilierj. espeflaly the Auftrlans. tame in Ton ecrlptloL. to us lu ear-ape oppression. offer- Vsur Kfnj vtd Country Ntfd Ye" Right Ngwl was remanded e( Lindsay's -irresl was caused onto by Ccorgo Ander5onk Q Hamilton barber who accused Lind- say ot swindling lilui. A hew military" annex lo the Van- couver general hospital has been ed a land of liLeny and, freedom. gave ihera solemn assurances that here meant equality In j those people who have" faithfully car-j ;rJed out their pledge of loyalty lo Tho building home and. 11 seems moat unfair j iy equipped. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR .____, The Italian forces uodfl- General f to break the premise we made (o Item, j Cadorni arc rapicilr pushing forprard'j As the Toronto Star, a strong win- T I The commonwealth government, pf Australia has introduced a bill Tor i war loan of ol which la ISS1. Ills seven soils and three daugbtera survive. YV. E., nuiTerov. assistant general passenger agent ol tho Grand TIVIVL Facifli; at has been ap- pointed general passenger ageut tor (lie Grand Trunk raclfic ami for tho Canadian Government Railways .at Winnipeg. Simon Fraser. livmp near SL Al- bert, marketed at KUtuonton sioet- yards a carload of 75 select, hogs and four old sows (hat Lim nearly The hogs i an averago of MIS. lo 5 great on ihe Austrian J ihe-war paper says, ii smacks totj from- The capture of San fiabrielle I njucli or Germany's treatment of Its j ts lo bo floated In Aus-Jencb. weighed 15SO the event ol ilie week so far'solemn pledge to Ui'Igiuni. Way Immed lately at 4Ji yer ceul. pounds, f ad tiiis chealre of war was should certain of The alien enemies ue H will run Tor ten years and be tree lor it placed in The bands o[ ihe Hal- exempt from the upnaUIea of the new rom income la the key to tbe capture of the iraocliise. It ioofcs to us as though Ian last strongholds of lae act. was Julecded (o These stroncbolds are now auout lolcrn Canada of" TOles while it gave to tall and their fall will give the Italians 1 Octario people ol alien Mribnlace the control ot ;hc Islrian peninsula, ami; privilege o( still rotfng. Is ft German j rC50iu'uon 'llie ronscquenllj completely isolale in Waterloo county, Ontario, any more same political rights for este. Over prisoners have been j loyai than n German In Alberta? If passed.....- in this most recent drive. doe? ihe government, know. At a meeting of Ihe Equal SuKrage league and ihe ejeniUite of iho Peoples' Power league 'at Montreal, Iwo women's organlzatlous, ihe neiv franchise bill was condemned nnrt a Aiong the western front fighting lias I and if some Germans arc friendly and -been Iwal in character, LiiTprepara lions are evidently forward tor .another big attempt In Flanders, [some UIL- fiul why Hmlt ILe period of cittieaship to 1902? Why not pve-tho franchise to.all citizens of enemy coun- irles who are considered loyal Cana- by the Germans, has hastened dian subjecis and exclude all those not the preparations for defence ol lie j considered loyal, whether they became Russian capllal, although Hussiaa lead-; ritizens In 1902. ISIS, or I9IO. Better era reiterate iholr belief that The Ger- The capiure of the Russian mans caanot reach Petroirad. WHY NOT A MILL IN LETHBRIDGE2 The United Grain Groirers are con- sidering the establishment ot mills in B number of western pdnTis. Lelhbridge's grain shipping record entillss this cily lo earnest considera: lion. Here Is an opportunity Tor the Board of Trade !o eet busy. delay COMMISSIONER TAKES ACTION AT LAST. Afler nearly three weeks' CominlE3roner Armslrpng is laklae tacllon in the CoalhursL sUike caae. The miners' have been ordered back lb work iiendins an InTesllgation next Tuesday. In rrew of the shortage of coal In west and the Jow production on account cl Ihe ol miners, we would like io tnow Is (he mines commas loner, duly It-Is to keep ILe output .np lo the hlgnesl possible figure, delay Teeka In tatine the step that mofit cbrious In Ihe first TD those three weeks approximately tons of coal Till hare been lost to -tb'a ir cat's "winter supply. TMa la poor trnslness, Tt is regreitalile that -'the tat not sHoim more In dealing Una.nuUer. us hope he ahsws to adran- in Bimllar troubles, lu the .future, han a display o[ favoritism such s the act contains. In Ontario the 'ennans role Tory. Is thai tbe reason tie old lime Germans are not affected y the act? In face of the fact that government espressei itstlf afraid o trust war measures to the judgment f enemies in the west, en- j1 western members failed to sup- ort conscription. If (his alien rote such a factor and ED disloyal would It not have been natural tbat men who ?or.- criptloD would have considered tbe o-called prDjndicGs ot Ihe foreign born If these men were prepared: to rust those 'new citizens to support hem la their attUurie. on the war, why s it tbe government cannot trust, them jo. ,You cannol maXe a good citizen y being sajpiclous of his loyalty all the tlure. Some people say that Ger- many -would do in a matter of this kind Just Canada is doing. Un- oubtedly It would but .we are CsbUag Isrmany and ita methods, nol copyJns heitL WHO (S MAKING Last April, TThen Ihe price :ol wheat jwas flour was relative per'hundred. L.Today, -fchen -wheat fioar LtctalllDg at (6.16. -'What's the.aiiaweT? felllog Ihe Vpcd control la one of the lome lo all of na these daye control and absolute UK ID the nature of con nol good bed fellows. If i food control to Jt should see 'to It people are not goaded aa swma to be the' the jrwemt prfce'cf flour. -.J; VfjLiWhen wleat waa J2.48 retellsd al J6.75 a hand red, to- Trheal at J2.24 -bodf's malilDE an undue profit of a hundred and the people are .p.iyfng for 1L Figure, ft out Tor your self jt the flour In Sveslern one month. THE FRANCHISE LEGISLATION The vrar election act Hmlta voles for women lo the i datives of RoMlerj. No claas deserves the Iranchlse more Ihun the motlicra, ix-lvefl, (lauEhtcrg, staler oml vWovs of soJcIJera. They have earned Jl by real aacrince. In au Judgment, however, .the francMse should haTe hecn ftxlended rooro gon ferally to women. ThJ.n is a wa election franchise and surely Ibe al the fron who rfa'vc lean working flay and n _... sd wltli the franchise loo. They'have nol Sa great, U-l.i Irae, Ihc reJatlvef of lo enllLle Ihetn to parllcipa- Frsnce will nol ihe question of Ihe recovery" of Alsace tvnd Lorraine, Premier Hibot .declared In an addre55 delivered in connection .with.the cL'lebraiion of the, annivers- ary of the battle, ol the Ke safd France would not canseatTo (llp- as lo the .be sult-of, pressure on" the board .of con- trol and of trade., arrange- ments have been .virtually cpmpletfiil far resumption of dealings ID tlip'toilon futures market. .According 10 forraalloa, certain reslrlctfans wi'U- be ioipos'td io Geor'ee Campbell, FOB of E.'J.'Camp- prooiinenl lawyer al Eater an, lies In a precarious" condition from coBcnssforxof Ihe '_lhe-result of his aulomoblle; lurnfng Chas.- Rogers, a-bank clerk nd Robert -Fagen, were -also, in Ihe Tormer baving" been.'thrown nil 'and uuinjured, while j-'aseh Is uffering'frorn cosluslona. s. Owi'cg-lo Ihe war, ei'.enstons (n Ihe Ime of-huLldlDg cerLala railvFajsil ioulhern Alberta have beco by PsrllamEnt as follows: f; DomSiJoE Do- lDlJEi Parliament has ezteadeil [or a ysara ihe tine for constructing :he .racln Itae fron the iQlernallcpa] Raoffi 23, -weal 4lh Meri- dian, ftorlherli TU'Cardilon and Hn- chw Creek lo Lundbrecfc, on Iha C. H. Crowarjest line, thence to Cal- y and Edmonton, Alls and Fort Si: B. C-. with branch.from Plocher creek via the south fork of Jhu.OliJ Man Blrir to tbe Alberla British houndary; and haa erlficfci] for five years the building of aliranch line alone Ihe north fork of the Old Man Hirer lo the AlberLa Brlttah Colnoibla boundarr; a brand line along Ihc Hlghwood Rircr to tbe Columbia boundary ini mother I ranch 'alone the vas at J The resiRiiation of II. A. TA'oods, as-j, slaUni of the Grand Trunk} Pacific, is ly r, llintpnj vice-presidcut and gonc-ral raanagcr the Grand Trunk I'aclfr: System. was fifteen years in the Grand Trunk anil Grand Trunk Pacific vice and ho was wltli D. II. J KeHiher In ihe construction of ths' latter Dr. J. Ed'.vards svas informed In the house o[ commons that 32 immigration aguils were employed hy Cana'rta In (lie [Tolled Statts durlcg the lastj fiscnl year. Their.eipcnaca at to As a of their cf-j forts there v.-cro immigrants'.! Salaries amounted, to SQYCU Itoman C'athollc Ucrgy.-were em There is a pleasant surprise in'storc for a feeling of great wfren'you taste those palate-pleas- ing Bon-Bons. IQ VCU I iploy-' :-Tbcir expenses How Much for the FRENCH WOUNDED EMERGENCY FUND (Und the authority of the French Government.') idenU H. R. H. The Dukt of Canniught, SUFFERING FRANCE NEp YOUR HELP First Appeal Closes Sept. 17th SEND IN YOURS TODAY Jlonty is steadily coming in, tlinnks lo tho generosity and inasnilircnl jiatriod'sm of the people oi C'enlral Western Canada. All contributions to (he firsl (iiust'posilively be received by fiepterabfr TJic need is urgent that tlie'wuiil lu eabljxresnlt of your eflprl. if you have not already given piea'sn dp not delay Olffi DAY LONGER, oiie and all make, gigantic efforts in tljrsc la'st fpiv days lo majie Central Western Canada's contribution to the Frehch Wounded Emergency Fond, the largest individual nmoiuu yet for- j warded for the immediate relief the destitute and suffering dependents of I'rench soldiers. Your money ivill provide .temporary sliclter, provisions, cle., for penniless old anil 'weak French jieasnnta who are now wandering aimloisly ii> rccnpluroi! anr] (IcvaiJutetl por- tions of France, where (he Itun lias completed his devilish work of desl I'ucliou. They Wlio Give Promptly Give Twice As Much For the Sake of Emergency. Give ihe Allies Confidence io.Press On. Uphold the Honor and Glory of France, Uphold the Honor of Western Canada.; If You Can't Give a Check-GIVE Something! GIVE Kindly all contribulions t ajl Orjininr, GIVE coranjUTKWB 'ACKNOWLEDGED. New. Fall Overcoats. fl" As bright as a new coin, fresh from the mint. As-full of value as a Government gold jiiece. As worthy of your confidence' as a C-.inadian Bank Note. Sce-them. m FITREFOBM McKELVIE MeGUIRE, LETHBRIDGE 1- Alberta Collage (of Red Dttr) ASSINIBOIA HALL UNIVERSITY" EDMOfJTDN S. PHONE 3164 A High-Class Residential- School for Girls Only Public anil High School to MartlculiLlon. MUSIC, PIANO, VIOLIN, "VOCAL Commercial, Stenography, Typewriting and -1 r Bookkeeping Fine Art Painting China and In Colon.. Physical Culture and -ExprcGsion Fall Term Opens September 11, 19W SEND FOR Miss M. G. Millar, B.A., LsdyPrVicl Rev. A. D. Keith. President THE. CANADIAN BANK WALKER. C-V.O. LLO.. D.C.L. HV.F. JONES, AiiiGen' Liil JOHN V.C. BROWN, Suo'lcf Crniul Wrjiem Bru-cl FUND. jJS.iOP.OOO BANKING BY MAIIt. This Bank will open a Sayings account in your name and your deposits and withdrawals can be made 'en- tirely by niaU.- Interest is allowed at the turrent rate. Write for particulars. i Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Bryrrmer, Mgr. Give Yopr Wiie "aa Interest in the family's finan- cial progress by open- ing a Joint Acctfurit in the Union Bank of Canada, In her i name, and ydliY 'cton. You will flndjl a-very ctnvenlent arrangement; for Iheneither canattcnd to the banking V'hen In town, making deposits or money..'Jh case.oj death, thfjbalanceaulomatlcally goes tothesunrivor, OF CANADA DRANCH A. F. S. Tr.lum, Manager CARDSTON BRANCH F..V. Cavefs, BASONS BRANCH J. SHOE POLISHES lOc Black-White-tiin F..F. DALLEY CO. OF CANADA LTD., Ha lOe QUICK- HANOy- LASTING ;