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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta _-tbbrlbge tubscriptton Rattt: "T, delivered, per seen "y, delivered per year mall, per Tear........ by mall, per year by mill jer year to U.S..I-.IU candidates Kill bo quite logical. Mid re- sull In the foruutiou o( the strongest "sowrnmcnl the couulry has had sliu-c the wa: started. Let us hope some sucli ulsii is successful In order tnat Ihe country may lie able to turn ,I3 from l-ait> politics hend all clorts winning ihe 125! 1231 TELEPHONES nslncss OBce Editorial OBce W. A. President and TiDha TorrtucB Tral ol ciplfy ol inscriptions ap- ptar dally on address libel. Accepl- LETKCRIOGE, CENTRE OF PROSPERITY. Kepms from .Ml parts ol Southern Liberia so to confirm the previous climates on ilie crop. anJ show thorn r-asonsblv havo been cipectod along lu July. Reports of 3iMmshel crops are quite common; some threshers re- port 35 bushel crons. while there will others lu part! ot Iho south as high SJ EO. Tbm the average wheat crop over pear oaiiy on uce of papers 3iier ciplrntion dale u cur authority to continue scrlction. Your Klnj and Country Nttd Ycu Right Nowl PICKED UP PA SSIfi G .u'.'s o decreased 5S1.000.000 Ircm Juno MONDAY, SKl'TEMrVF.n 10. 1917 Mrs Tho 'ladles aM will ho'.J homo cookies at Sugar Bowl, ou Saturday. Hie Whrai Is coming Into IOWB ot K pretty brisk mto now. Tlio Brain Mik Js a familiar again. A car or fruit'arrived In lov.-ii trl- ay. Tliero was a Ms ruih on II. 011C IUI1Q3. 1 Tie has accepted a position im gust no less lhai. IGG.S15.S5 was roll- and'.ludso, under R ulbuled by ,ho school, to the M- Ihe anu nuusou. uu-y y formcrlv uianaser of the sian relief fund i Canadian UoverL.nt lUilways. I- S. S07.47 to tbe patr who has tor some time boeu M iit. w nisi j rctPrtil Suuthfrn Alberta will 10 post vacated by Mr. "ell over thp tfn year average of ?0 Msi-Scllllf. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. That a biz naval clash between the and German fleets in inevil- bushels has already been proven in the practical way-the Ihrcshius ma- outhcrn Alberta's wheat land, at pro vP.ilinE wheat prices, will return close lo fiO an acre on the average Private The Hon. Albert H. Platford of Ihe Canadians, wounded it In the eve and shoulder, has been loll ILL >UC V I l-.flvd and a fund. The ariwlnlment of Alexander p. Macintosh of llumboldl. to bo ihc judge of Ihe district coui-t of ;he Judicial dlslrlcl of DattloforJ. lo suc- ceed Hon. James f. McLean, de- ceased, is gazetted. In an effort to develop ihe lorpedoe- plane as n weapon against battleships. Godfrey Cabot of Boston. (From Our Own Foremost. Sept. Is growing tasl. Tuc schoolgoins lallon has from the llsuro of 23. In January to 50 lu August. In- spector I'arkor, oa his olflclal visit rccasled the necessity ol in tmciniaui'e increased so rapldlj nines June, that tho Hoard decided lo employ a second teacher. were quick lo realize lhat tho prcacn School building was loo small, to ad mil ot division Into rooms. To build oa lo Iho present frauio build Ini; would seem lu solve the prob Icms Hut no. that, while nrovldln tor immedloio needs. but pre- sent the same problem later. sen lhat Foremost has come to BOYS ffllE LIVES (From Oar Own Corrwpomlcnt) Mndeod, Sepl. S.-Tho nrrlval ot the C. P. K. (it 5.40 p.m. Salur day brought home .from the war Francis Walsh, son ot Mrs. K. HvInK north ol Macleod. Ho was wcl corned by his mother, sisters am brothers, wllh a crowd of friends, who FOR SALE bO HEAD I Grade Bucks LINCOLN SHEEP 1IAKKY GOODWIN 217-13 staled lo i means another year ot unwonted pros- in Southern Albcrla. Those c (o tile sllBSliSR K'-ll Place tSem news of the past tevr days, which con-, TCVS the information that many battle- j tage 01 i ships have, been sishted in the Baltic for the b tola Hussion and German, the enemy j to 1'iem. Their TI.U representative up farming idian ti that iromtiii, him as grc.it n welcome home. __.... .as hnd when ho wllh many other "and" id einand. The board ot boys lelt In August, 19U. hen tiieso composed of Mr. U. Car- uoys let! threo years ago thcj nonl (o valcarller. After spending some lime there, they went overseas, the winter in Salisbury mud. nnd then in. Admiral Bradley A. KIsW, I'.S.N'_. re- rluglOD.'chairman. Mr. Medhurst and Mr. Dick, unanimously decided ou renting temporary cjuartcis. directors of Iho Melh- .__ rtllmil." he Ms discharge.' Plalford, tired, to carry on espcvimenW who is a of the late Lord De Plat- ford, lived in Calgary and tdmonon rHv by providing lora. iivtu m for some time, enlisting Irom the at- er uLc- as s Ihc Canadian Thompson of Chicago i Hu v----------------- oJtsl cburch placed tlio clmrcll at lil the ure UUkSL n Ihe disposal ot Ihe school board. Ar- Sept Jru, _ raneemenls were quickly made, and I Virginia touscco for the American I the junior grades were moved Into -V1. B _., .L_ v.i.i, fmir.mss- TIOU- rnnms. Mrs. C arrluglon, a da for the mercan lo unor gras filled Ihe holds of a four-mas- lhelr novs- rooms C arMnSlon a ho 910. His tool was shot laVcn to a hospital-lu later to Kugland, where 1 until Juno Itth, 191" soldiers filled Ihe holds o a ou-- er nov cd schooner that sailed lor France, .normal graduale Smoking and chewing tobacco was In- experience w it Is iv i Smokng an cew eluded Tu the shipment, it Is saw was the Inrgest-ot kind ever he lett behind In tho trenches. Fran not 21 years ot age. P Olllen. a prominent farmer Ins south ot the lawn of Macleod, r" jiifl IJnti-lr Land For Sale The owner o( Iho (ollowluB s anxious lo dlspote ot tamo IhU all and Is to deal closo vlih casli parllea either tor Iho entire acreato flr parcels. All Sec 11-10-10, neir liland.. All Sec. 8-10-U. >d'i Purple Springe. S South Purple Sprlngi. S V, 293-14. South Taber. N. W- 'A 3VH4, South eart Tiber. S. E. Vt South Taker. E, 11-8-17, Barnwell. Tbcso lauds ore all close lo C. P. It. and in old Bellied districts E. C. MOE, co. Bank of Commerce, Lethbrldge VOTES FOR WOMEN JYOULO DO IT. Had Premier Harden .wanted i make sure that the of alien eh electors, which 'mlgnt or not be eipected to be against the I Trttelmed by: a vole which, would, he I two lo one for conscription .he could nave done so by: enfranchising the iromen ol Canada" sad the. measure would have received whole-hearted support in the bouse. AB it is, by disfranchising the aliens i who have taken out ullrenship papers snd entranchisln; only a few Cana i dian womeD, he has in effect pu thousands of loyal Canadian women 1 irho do not happen to have neil-of tin In the Canadian army in the same relation lo Ihe communily as the i franchisee: aliens will bear. So fa the women o! the Dominion concerned it Is a piece ol class legls- j lation that is bound .to engender blt- ter (celings- 1 The whole bill is so Iramed as to cause "uneasiness as to the future of popular, government In Canada. And j.H it Acquires Ihe closure to put it through the house, as has been fore- tasted, it will cause more suspicion '7. than ever. The bill Is destined to "s sen-c no good purpose- "VVc bellcvo 'i pave mistake Is beinj mads, cap; Z daily, as It would have been possible in price lor years to come. There will be money in the business for the firmer.' It remains for the people of L-lhbridge lo encourage the livestock business. We should set about Bet- ling assurance from some quarter that a packing plant will be establish- ed here as soon as the livestock pro- need annually la Southern Alberta eaches a certain figure. There Is no reason why our farmers should have, to loot 150 miles to Calgary for their "primary livestock market. Certainly there Is every reason be optimistic over the prosperity out- active service In received iniuriDs rrrom Oar Own Comiuemaenn in blindness that Grassy Lake, Sepl- Ulancn hjm UMWo ,o with Ihc Wasden ol Raymond Is vIsltlne her conditions ,n with tho cer- ceived word that his son. Palrlc was killed In action In one rtTliUh school It to compete with tho late engagements. Sli months ng ,nr In tho province. ho was wounded, atler spending son The shown by the board into wceta In the reu adjusting matters I. meet Ihese aer 3e. P.. cnvencnn U wUh ,he sp.lt ,rlvate-business, seem never to stand ll[ tor lhc way of-a full -ncel.us of '-he great ook all the training wlillo In cirap ncre and Medicine Hal. eolng over- seas with a draft of bis battalion and ater sent to the tiring line, where ho was wounded Scul. 1st, 1511. lie was fanning near .Macleod previous lo enllstlnc. Pie. D. lIcLein. appears In the list o! wounded, v-'ord liavin.1 liecn re- ceived by his mother, during tho past week This young- man enlisted In Macleod In 1915 ond went overseas Traction Engine REPAIRS ars will equipped to i handle illklndi sf repair work on cither or ga> trirtera. Only high vlo'lc cur ihop, and we will quote jrei prlcei thJt ar. right NIVEN BROS. I 216 Flrat Avt. S. 173J a four-roomed brick structure, with basement and healing plant Is pro- ]eclod In the near future. We are glad lo report that llllle liar Hpulsman, whose caso Was cnt- hls leal for many days past, Is progress- African las most favorably. odeer bonnty-land ccrlihcate. The I ,ye regret lo report Ihc dnlh of nrivllege is eitcndcd to Col. Mulloy Mr. Livingstone because while on In I South Africa he -.Mr. V.'lr.fleld holiis service at .Nemlscain on Sunday at 11 a.m. and asen o brother, Ed. Wasden'and family 1 tlncales issued to yeleraas Eoutli African war. of the look in Southern Alberta during the coming year. It remains for I.eth- bridge to male tlie best of the orpor- lunlty.'boih for Ihe welfare ol fhe city End for the upbuilding of Southern Alberta. at Simalta ot 1 p.m. -Mr. E. llcally lias jusl returned -r. from a business trip to Medicine Hat The Red Cross met at tlic homo of soon Mler. Ills brother killed in ncllon a lew months ago. father Is In Uhe Army Mcdlcal.Corps. Buy Staude Mak-a-Tractor and a Ford GUARANTEED 4 H.P. J. BASS, CIIIN Soon be lime lo pnll the old chest- not abbnt "pnttlcg 'em on again." Dnck hunters who get In wrong wllh ha'farmers on whose land they nro shootlns should be uaielul not wear lhelr welcome cut. The German Beet may go Into action against the hnsslans. No doubt It ho a great victory as all German ,3 bafJes are according lo the WolB Bureau. n _ ___ get along very well without any l.W.W.'a The) are one Alberta can --resident Wilson's method of emending the t about this Lime and we BID qnlle wlll- Irauchise to He women ot the Doming Ing that "he should worry. Ion who have done as much as lie uphold Canada's end .1 the j It b.glns to look u Ml UK jchlse measure would be even more _ __ 1_ than the conscription bill. WILL IT (GOVERNMENT! the status of ill'! a dangerous piece of legislation. Lanor U3x, muuuij. bepl. jrn, obscn-ed by the schools. th5 bank and ,no oftlce. The general stores resumed business as usual owing to the busy season beins on on Ihc farms not very well close. Two car loads of friends moioren doon from Coalhnrst Labur Ply and Ihe day with Mr. and Jlrs. J. H. I Olsen who was at one time manager ot Ihe Cilizcns Lumber Lo. s yard Is In town for a few days. C. S. B. Lait Is spending a few days In Bow Island. ilr L Sickles, son and danshler L motored from Havre. Montana, Id visit H. J. Sickles and family, seven miles GKlmbail ot Portland, Oregon, la visiting her parents, Mr. and Jlrs. Don Perrv. Plans are under way to have Chau- lauqua in Grassy Lake some time In October. L. Colemon, who was aclmg as advnnce agent town a lew days ago, met the business men and a committee, was formed to sell l.ie desired number ol tickets. H was de- cided lhat a three days course con slsllng o! 6ii entertainments be put on Ihe course ticket lo be The members of the committee arf meet- ing with every encouragement In lhelr aale ot tickets and we lee! our Chan- lanqua Is --.sured. The date will be announced later. Another sale ot land look place I et a negations sderen a constitutional ri6hl, and con- TnOUgD ins aiatua ui la unknown lo the general piilillc It jalilutlon.l righls are M appears u II Ihe effort to forra sacred, union government baa failed. We may a rule con- ba wrong, but the appearances are all that way so far as a union In which that way so as uujuu .1, leaders on both sides are concerned, don't seem What will happen neit? .It Is slblc' that an effort will be made to creafo a union from within tba houie between Hie conscrlpllonlsts of bolh Great Britain has reduced the prlco ol wheat lo British fnrinerE, They a Bale r Wednesday that is .creating consider-, able Interest, whereby the Doa Perry firm ot 1GO acres Joining Iho towns te n-as sold to Ed. James for The farm Is Very favorably situated I on a slight raise overlooking Ihe town from Ihe cast, has a beautiful i of trees and oiiiEr shrubbery. either. At Ibal they aro paying the British farmer a good stiff price, one at -which Soulhcrn Alberta farmers wouldn't klci could nelt as t_____ It has been Intimated Irom much. CKlawa that this wa.i being at- templeJ. Such a union would un donbtcdly appear weaker lo the coun- try lhau would a nnlon such at It was proposed soma llmo aRo to form. But It would be stronger than a jtralgnt par'y government In that it wonld allay the suspicion lhat the gov- ernment was not endeavoring to get away as far 6s pos-llila from part? politics during the war. Or It may be lhat onion will nol be, consummated until alter an olcc- lion. There will be many conscrlp- tlos !.itiri'-3 dialed In the west tne general election- In fact It looks at present as if there would bo many f consllluendes where Liberals and T. Conservatives Trill gel together and cboMe. ihe Ktrongesl man In tho con- 5C7 as a union representative, _ -jtler previous pollUcj, ta he; alantU lor energetic for winning the war. This fcu already been done In some con- WH-Jen'ctw, aw! otliers are lure lo fol- trir, II Ms Is the case, a union gov-' The period of readjuslment In Can- ada Is al hand. Munitions makers have been notified thai orders will be greatly cut tailed In future, aril three months Canada will have tu turn IU attention (o olber U is impeded ttia'. hetirccn end men will he thrown out o! work on munitions at the end ol that period, Canada has a great undirtattlnc, Ihesc men In llher Industries but wllh snip building, th'. steel InJustrcs, and oi'nc.i new. rr.jnufarturing concurs rcnich have g up during tho war Mr and -Mrs. Patchell led Thurs- j day to visit In Slralhcnna. >Irs. John Palerson lett Thursday, lo visit In Strathcona. Mrs. John Paterson left to visit her daughter, Mrs. W. K. Lynn on Ihc ranch south of Jlaplo Ed. King has advertising, in auction sale ol his Ihoroushbrcd farm, honschol'l gotxls and land, lo he hold Ihu lolh 1 Mr King Is one of our oldest resi- has farmed delusively since ,.-9 believe the sale Vlll bring the own and good prices. The threshing machines are making InRB hum these fine the whls-, of the engine can be heard a% early i t, am. Several (lelds hare already! con threahcrl and grading much j eller ihan expected on Hie farm ul 0. t. James iwo miles east of town, wheat 23 bushels lo the acre. hey should be taken care of. A lo' of Iheai could work In Ihc ogrlcul lural Indr.slry o( Western Canada. Th production of wtitat should Incrcas as llie prodiicllon ol munillons de a The wheat has begun lo come to msrVel a few care have already been creaiea. RESIGNS FROM BENCH. Var.couvCT. Scpl. W. Vt H. MclnneB has resigned his seal o the bench lo accept the nomlnatlr Liberals ol ComoxiAllIn In (I REPEAL DAYL10HT BILL Melbourne, Sepl. Reu- er'a otlnwa common- wealth parliament Ue repcnlen tho rtnyllghl saving bill. The houso of reprcsenlatlvea has 'he war loan hill, which authorizes n loan of of which will be lloalnfl in Australia Immedlale- Iv. The loan Is lor len bearing interest at per cegL, I.- __. The Herald is a Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations-- and has dreriaHon books ..d records audited nnd certified lo by the trained countanU of Hureau, the detaMcd reports of be fur- nLhed to ANY ADVBRTIBER at ANY TIME. .The the biggest advance mad. in years in either the new-piper_ o. S beL" .u mernbera to famish wHU unbiased and disinterested expert covering.eve.ry o that's p.bliBher to. do.. He wants you lo the (juwtlty of dreulation you psy for. THEA.B.C.-AnorganizatianwlhaTnembenimp emfcraeing over a .ihoownd of dHtadiiv-impen, periodicals, national retail .tore adverttsers and idTertiriK throaghont America with hearl offices in Chicage.and employing a Urge rt-ff of trained Any advertiser .t ANY TIME fc.ay. a complet. h A.IJ.C, rtport on.THe Herald ciicBlaliofc. v' ;