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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TIIE LETHBRIDC.K ftABA HEBA..W SATCHDAY, SEPTEMBER 101R Hlberta Subscription Rates: Btlly, per week Dally, delivered, per year by mail, per year lOc .J3.00 U31iy. oy man. pet 00 reluielod. el mail, per year to j jurv judges. It' these TELEPHONES J _____ Busmsss umso n9. Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan _ John Torrtnce .Managing Director Muaiuoii lance ot their lives, and which will bo, tower a blot upon their careers. The! Winnipeg Tribune, a strictly imlepeud-1 ent palier. in its vommeul upon the' verldct says. "Then? will be uo doubt In the minds of all discriminating anil ticu has miscarried." Will the, attor- ney-general order a new trial! Time will tell, but it certainly would be bet- ter for all concerned If a conclusive either by n men are j guilty they should bo punished, so that j other public men would ho warned against piookedness In high places, if they not guilty a verdict of that iklud should be rendered, fnr as it is now i'nisy cloud, and will twelve men Picked Up In Passing Work IMS started on the new C. N. R. depot ill Vancouver. died at Victoria. Announcement of the eusafeemcnt of Uiura Marr Freeze to EtiBtmo Brooks Ice. is made at Adrian, Mica. M. J. Held, -o of the rounders of roa M. J. Held, -oiw of the rouners o the famous Bell farm at Indian Head. Rev. Sir. GlBson. of Sydney, B.C., has been called to (lie Naqicm Pres- byterliin church. bec'n i'arltou Methodist church. Toronto. Ninety-seven lots wore disposed u! at a tax sale In Buruaby recently, the died at Brockvllln. Qht. be forever. Nine out of y they arc guilty. In Prince Ruuert the huads tails ot salmon thrown out by the can- 1. the year cloTing September M mii. I.eoOiOOO bushels of grain were I S0011 results. shipped from Vulcan. Rey w gaundors of Braulforil, Oats comprise o'er sixty per ceut of the grain area In British Coluin Dates of expiry of ap daily on address label. Accept say tut The conclusion ot this trial does j jnot britis to an eml the legal pro- ,vill soon shipping thn ceedings which have followed the re- it pipers after is slgnaUon the Roblin governmeiil a year and a half ago. A charge of de- acriptlou. Your King and Country need you right now! iptroying public documents still rests 'against Sir Rodmoad Roblin. Thomas JKelly has been convicted by a jury .lear Merrill, rec. carloads a THE PROGRESS I OF THE WAR j Just as the Russians are moving i land his alleged connection with Uiejdemic I parliament building wrong-doing and i counse, are to obtain from week to Greenwood.- Preacher P. C. Fletcher, in Los An- geles, says women have a perfect right to paint their faces. CoaUville. Pa., lias typhoid epi ;pite of city water filtra ,c of Holy Trinity church, Edmonton during the rentor s absence on overseas service. W H Dunlop. of Ottawa, formerly provincial auditor of New Unmswick. steadily on toward Lemberg and dom-[ _.r.-eme court of Canada the new trial which was denied by the Slani- the su Brlt. toua c lortly SDn is Dr. R. M. Simp I on charges aris- iug from the same matters. lionaire. It is good to know that he I giving his service to this worthy At the age Galicia, the combined Brit- ish-French offensive promises sh to result in the fall of Pennine and Combles. With these points in allied hands. Mont St. Quentin will follow, and the allies will then dominate Pic- ardy. One step toward the fall of Peronne came Wednesday when Omie- fell to the French. On the east the occupation of the Hungarian town of Orsova by the Ru- manians is confirmed. A big battle 18J----------- developing along the Rumanian front, j wants to serve, the people. It is stated that Russia is very an- were not more like him. lious to clear up the Balkan situation so that a port on the Mediterranean j The escape of several interned alien may be opened to her. With such a i enemies at Vernon camp seems to in- dicate that there is something mighty Sacramento business men have formed a barefoot league tor health aud amusement .objects. New Orleans Shriners are to build a costly temple in Moorish style in St. Charles avenue, this winter. It is the style now to wear frater- J. K. L. Ross, the chairman named pins on -bathing suits, says the for the new pensions board, is a mil-1 Philadelphia North American. of cause. He has been generous in his gilts and he will no doubt also be generous in his treatment of the soldiers. He is a millionaire who Pity there port, or with the Dardanelles opened. Russia would be able to get supplies son died recently in Victoria. He came to that city in 1S63. E. Le. Grande, of Medicine Hat. broncho buster, won the world's chain- pionshlp at the recent -New York stampede. Minnesota's Congressman. lax somewhere. Thomas D. Schall. was injured in the back at Cornish. SIC., when an auto- mobile backed into his machine. prisoners es-1 nf tbe Durham. NT. in -which case it is claimed she could jcaped from the Lethbridge camp there c all afternoon newspaper, an- nut "000000 men in the field. An-jmight have been some excuse for the uonm-ed that, because of the scarcity PJ..I other reason for expecting an euor-j tunnelling venture was something new.j.or mous effort on the part of Russia and; But when practically rtie very same j _._ the allies to clean up the Teuton weak i method succeeds ID Vernon. after the, Capt -ROO- is now points in the Balkans is that Russia: warning given by the escape here. company commander in the 49th had bushels of surplus about time to take some drastic ac-j battalion, of Edmonton, Js wheat which she would be glad to ex-juon. j gar> m a change for munitions. j-------------- j Greece is still hanging back, but ad-i The Spokesman-Review, comment- has been appointed London. Onl. Rev D Scott, of Mission City, has enlisted. He lias served IS1 years Jin the Methodist min-Mry in British Columbia. His spheres of labor In- I elude Fernie. Victoria. Craston, Maple Ridge, and Mission City. In the High River Presbytery the Presbyterian church has erected new churches at Tongue Creek and Park- land, and one is under construction at Grauum and one proposed at ulcati. Mrs. Mary Davis, widow of Morse Davis, mining man of Victoria, B. C.. who died of poisoning at Chicago sev- eral weeks ago. has said she killed her husband, according to testimony given in the court for the insane. The China Inland .Mission reports the baptism of 4.200 persons 191o- The total number of baptisms since the society was founded Is and the number of missionaries at the present time is 1.077. The Rev. R. H: Liglttfoot hss 'been appointed Principal of Wells Iheo- logical College, England. He has oc- cupied the position of vice-principal since 1912 and is one of the Arch- bishop's Examining Chaplains. The B. Ueartlra. lately a well known Baptist minister at Open- sliaw, Manchester, was recently or- dained Deacon b the Bishop of Arthur II. Mason, who for several vices are that she is in with the allies'ing on the war, compares the Central years was the Winnipeg representa- and is merely waiting till it is decided i powers to a lion, a lioness and two Jive J, ,'jjj' when and where she shall strike. cubs, which are being attacked by nine j -4 [assailants. The lioness aud1 the twoj THE DISAGREEMENT OF Henry THE MANITOBA JURY signed years judge of the superior the lion is so sorely beset he cannot old, for 1 and appellate courts of Chicago, died on a train bringing him from his sum- alone to fight the uneven cabinet ministers the g" Dick, a teacher for near- gary Herald asks the question, Ripon aud licensed to the curacy of St. Stephen's, Bradford, England. Miss Mary llanna Turner, ot Pen- rith. West Moreland. England, aged 24. has disappeared between. Quebec Winnipeg, and ;Estevan, and her whereabouts are anxiously sought by her brother, Thomas R. Turner, who is at present staying in Winnipeg. The Bank of Montreal is calling all bills of denomination of letter Dominion has stood the test and is the only ammunition made in Canada. When you need a shot shell of proved aecuracy and depend- ability that will respond instantly to aim and tiller-pull insist on- Dominion Shot Shells Their i.nrilive prliMra, their proof ajwn'.t olim.tlo ctvitHM their bnlsDoed lot'd hai mado Dominion the best tthut ilicllt lor ducks, pruirio chicken, >nd ill mull mnerl, Csou'ck, Sovereign, Crown Dominion Shot Sliclli mot the uoourtoy (Bit. Sud'today for our iree "A Chip Dominion Cartridge Company Limited, v 785 __________, For Fernie and Cranbrook Electors B. C. IS WASTEFUL Yesterday we published an impres- sive appeal" by Sir Thomas White, fed- eral finance minister, to the Canadian people for thrift and economy. The appeal was based upon a message re- ceived by cable from the committee in the United Kingdom which has been conducting a most effective saving campaign and which uvidently is de- sirous of promoting an empire-wide movement in the interests of the suc- cessful prosecution of the war. Sir Thomas White in elaborating the com- mittee's appeal points out that final victory for tbe allies will depend not only upon armies and armaments but upon .the mobilization and conserva- tion of their superior resources which have made those weapons possible by millions! Yesterday we showed that the civil'service'cost in salaries alone had risen froni to in six years. Other totals show corresponding increase. Let show corresponng ncrease. glance ot the statement of receipts and Trust to finance men like von Alvens- 6 'ic'oen with the funds, entrusted, to its expenditures since 1911-1 road systems which declare that un- less th'o people bestow more largesss upon them thoy will go to the wall, but whose promoters, multi-million- aires all, religiously refrain from put- ting up their own 'money. Onr fuuils and credit, as well as out resources, are thus in the hands of a group of political gamblers who are using them in a manner strikingly sug- gestive of the. methods of the Domin- ion Trust, which flourished umlet their patronage. It is easy for them to squander other people's property just as it easy for the Dominion Revenue Expenditure 1915-1G 12.436.027 would becorn 5944.015 credit of tb How pn earth, could British Col- scries, dated: Angus! 1914, "Hamilton." This action been" necessitated owing to the tact that several forged bills, a coun- terfeit of tbe -series nod also signed by Haniillon." have been dis- covered iu the east. One of the recently appeared in Winnipeg. 1916-17 From this statement, taken trom the official records, it will be seen that since 1911-12 the deficits have exceed- ed Sjx years ago the navu mane uiuou province, had. a. surplus .ot .some S8.- He emphasizes the fact that it is more In that, brief perio d this necessary uow than ever for the Can-1 favorable balance has been wiped out adian people to save their money for Us place, js a debt of nearly the support of Canada's war including the unibla meet the .big which will arise after the war with.au ad- ministration hopelessly wedded t" such a reckless course? What, .indeed, of the 'reputation aud the province? Victoria tures aud for the purpose of assisting the British government in financing munitions purchased in Canada. The appeal for thrift and economy loan authorized the government re cently In order, mainly, that the Paci- fic Great Eastern might be accommo- dated-with It wilL be ob- deficits HOME RULE CERTAIN Montreal. Sept. Thomas Es- mond, Bart., M. P., has arrived in .Montreal en route to the Pacific coast.- He says home rule ,for Ire- land at the conclusion of. the. war is certain. Even the defeat'of the gov- ernment, he says, could notr prevent tbe enforcement of home rule, which js ODL the statute books United The appear for tr an econom which Sir Thomas White is reiterating served, too, that the largest and emp as ring was made by the Bri- were deliberately, contemplated utter Ush Chancellor of the Exchequer early I the country. Jmd .become involved in Vrnment in the war. What effect did it have j the .var, upon the government of this province? [for Absolutely none. For all Hie public J-1G the SOVrnment accounts arid estimates of revenue ami expenditure show, we might be some wealthy neutral which is amassing enormous profits from the war Instead of a province which the conflict found "breaker, for the current year in the face of the fact that every grea .statesman-in .this empire and the which The verv fact that a ,to a liou. Had hey com- disagreed with the conciiisious of her to an overgrown jackal ,he, gary Herald asks the question. "Would I Piclure would hava been ver! true' on 'the Bon- lead to the conclusion that juries i nechere river, preferring M. J. O'- not weigh evidence impartially in' cas- Latest figures have it that Southern i Brien's scheme for development on tbe es of this character. Judges "are sup-j Alberta last year raised i Madawaska. posed to have cast off partisan bias.lhushels of all kinds of grain in the the previous day. .Mr. and Mrs. P. Bosuawortb, ot, North Vancouver, saw the lifeless bodies of_ their other Renfrew ratepavers defeated by 64' by-law for power by j afternoon. The children had slipped unnoticed into the water and their parents had for them for some time. i I 01 a- After burying their mlant sirl on ,n state of depression, which FROM LONG, LONE TRIP Saskatoon, C. C. Cascwell, of-the ,Counted police, re- turned to Saskatoon this morninK e after spending ten months in Inn t i wild regions of the far north during lied states has been earncs'tly and con- sistently counselling economy and sse .trenchroent. of our debt we has had to back upon have time he travelled miles by canoe taking a census of upwards of a thousand halt hreeds and white trappers. The entire journey through the north was made by water. The policeman lived mainly on the game _ SlTon" oehaif of two rail- shot as he jjuacu it, un jiu.v.ouu Large shipments of cattle are com- aud they usually do. in a complicated j district served by railways radiating j menclng to arrive from the Cariboo case like that at Winnipeg with so! from Lethbridge. These figures an-[ colmtrr to Vancouver, anil at least much technical evidence and condud-: pear enormous but the-Herald will j 400 cars are expected during the ing with bombastic addresses from I vouch lor them. They are correct. season, counsel, twelve jurymen are not likely t within a few thousand bushels. to reach, a satisfactory judgment as j wonder the farmers are buying auto-, tu cal___ compared with judges of eminence I mobiles and getting livestock on their Presidential campaign this and keen intellectual afiaJnmenw. Xo. wonder Southern Alberta j permitting women custbmed to sifting evidence and plac-jis. prosperous. And if we .are to be-jUieir own nplmcaljinatre. ing proper weight upon addresses ofliieve the most .pessimistic reports General promotions among officials of the- Michigan Central railway are -nnounced at St. Thomas. S. W. Brown, general superintendent be- comes assistant general ;_rnanager: j Henry Shearer, formerly division sup- The RepublicanTationa, committee 'S intendent there to Detroit as superin- tendent of Terminals and .lanies Baik- 700-pound i well, trainmaster succeeds Mr. 1 o, ct Tlmmas. Harry L. Burgiars wno stole counsel. Almost exactly the identica4 i which have it that Southern Alberta !5afe of a movie house in Chicago evidence was brought before the jury j will raise .only 50 per cent as muchjantl moved it several _ miles to the in tms trial as came oeiore me noyali grain we will still have! Commission consisting of Chief Jus- i .bushels or over. It Jsj1 tice Mathers, Justice D. A. Macdonaldi also to be noted that less than and Sir Hugh John Macdonald. uuaiu' wily.- LV uwwvw -----1 -J-Q reach a Fire Island patient a sir nugu JOIM, ..mcuuimm. The j 40.00MQO hushels of last year's! Bay Shore doctor made a six'and a finding of this commission was against i crop have been moved from the area i half mile trip In a -flying boat in cabinet ministers. The ma-] concerned. Mayne there are lmnutes and took ms ee at St. Harry L. Mar getts. at Montrose, is to be the new trainmaster. jority of the jury, a very considerable; bushels of the old crop still to sell. Al nrajority as the standing was S to 3. i together the .crop outlook isn't so bad favored conviction, but three men held I with -wheat at out and consequently the long and ex-! pensive trial'ended in a disagreement.! A LUCKY MURDER Of course the jury was composed men who had largely tiled political l Missouia, lost a nearl from an It would be difficult to select! earring. They have since moved to MINERS WANT RAISE Halifax, Sept. sraiid coun cil ot the Provincial Workmen's asso- ciation today re-elected Stephen B. McNeill, grand master, 'and -lohn Moffatt. grant! secretary. The mill _ ,ers of the Nova Scotia Steel .and Coal Portsmouth. X. H., was agreed up-j company at Sydney miues claim they nfount- pfftin" eoOfl 2U HVtiragc along. on by Secretary Lansing Arredondo. Gen. Carranza's ambassa- I dor, as the meeting .place of tlie in- joint commission to set- tie the border troubles. jury of men free from political bias but it. is-generally understood that ele- yen the twelve men were Conser- Tatiyes- It is just, ag well. thai.such was the cafjfe, for had it been made up ot eleven Liberals and a verdict of "guilty" ;the .cry of the, friehdE of the accused would have inv mediately oeen that prejudice prompt- ed their finding. Naturally there will ba people who think that the prosecu- tion of the ex-cabinet ministers -was inspired by partisan, motives, but there is absolutely-no ground for such an opinion. What would have been the feeling of the mass of-the people if the -attorney-genral of Manitoba, Lib- era! though he be. had failed to prosecute and prosecute to the limit1 It would have been the immediate con- clusion that crookedness in high places was sanctioned, that men, hold- the gift ot the people could rob.the people and be immune from prosecution. While this trial has not ended in punishment for men pro- In'public life, it has convinced the people that such men are not im taune prosecution, and ,even if 9. jury hM failed to convict, all ex cept the most bitter partisans Formed a judgment of their own, from whicli tttMe men will suffer the bal the Big Blacltfoot country. When thev left Missoula. they sold 50 of a flock of 51 chickens, keeping one formal intimation Edward E. has are not gettine; as good an average as other miners and are insisting on a raise all round. ion commissioner of fisheries, from President E. W. Porter, Washington D ihim recognij10i, of his ENLISTED .40 INDIANS IMUIrtMO 1 NEAR HUDSON'S BAY erlcan fisheries. Ottawa. Sept. C. M. Mc- ternational services to the North Am- Carthy has just returned from the Hudson's Bay district, where he en- listed 40 Indians for the 228th Bat- talion at North Bay. The Indians, who arc laid to strapping fellows, are uow on their way to Borden camp. LvferylOc Packer of FLY PADS A I i H I MOUf" HlfS THAN SR' WORTH QF AKY Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug, gitls, Craccrf and Central gtorct, Flight sub-Lieut. C. V. Hewson. kill- ed in action, was a son of Judge Hewson of Gore Bay. He was a. stu- dent at Harbord Street Collegiate In- stitute, Toronto, wlien war was de- clared. He obtained his training at the Ctirtlss School, and. was commis- sioned to the Koyal Flying MCprpg in January. His Royal Highness the Duke of Connauglit, in his capacity as. Chief Scout of the Boy Scouts' Association for Canada, has honored C. W1. Row- ley, manager of the Canadian Bank of Commerce Winnipeg, with the! Sliver Wolf decoration for exception- i as provincial commissioner of the I hoy scouts movement in ..Manitoba. A profit of more than a weifc was made by the Ford Motor company during the year Which end- ed July according to the: finan- cial statement just made public. The year's business totalled the year's profits was'- Henry Ford announced. that inost of the profits would be expand- ing the, company's business. LIEUT.1 ROBINSON GETS FOR. HIS FEAT London, Sept. Bow. a ship Domm- j Wm Robinjoni who brought down otic of the Zeppelins which attempted to raid London Sat urday night. Mr. Bow had offered that sum to the first aviator to bring down a German airship pn Britisl soil. Several other awards, amount ing altogether to have been of fered. HELD UP A TRAIN BUT GOT NOT A CENT Douglas. Ariz., Sept. Six masked bandits, who last night held up the Golden State Limited of the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific railroad near Apache, forty miles east of Douglas, early today, were being trailed by a sheriff's posse, organized immediately after the holdup. The attempted rob- bery was a complete failure.; MAY NOT BE ABLE TO MAKE WESTERN TRIP Ottawa, Sept. Evening Clt Izen says: "The. prospect, of a western trip..by Sir Robert. Borden this autumn 15 ne coming more remote The min- ister will remain In the east until af ter the departure of H. R. H the Duke of ConnauKht and the arrival of his successor the Duke of Devonshire. It may not then be possible for Sir Robert to undertake a western tour." "The sales of Nob.lemen Cigars have more than treblr-d during tlio past t.hrce nwiuhs. jou tried one li keep your hair beautifully soft and fluffy, shampoo' regularly with Ivory Soap._ For, unlike many Ivory Soap does not make the hair dry and brittle. Make a warm suds with the paste. (See directions c inside wrapper.) Saturate hair and scalp. Rub the scalp-with the paste and dip the suds over it. Rinse with spray or cup, gradually cooling the water. Dry by rubbing, in the sun if possible; but do not use strong heat. Ivory Soap, because of its purity and mildness, will not affect your scalp's oily secretion, yet because of its wonderful cleansing power, it will absorb the dirt and surplus oil. The rinsing, therefore, will remove easily and entirely all this matter with the lather, leaving your hair in condition to dry soft, silky and glossy. IVORY IT FLOATS Preefer A GamMe Factoritt in HamUlon, Canada ;