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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LETUBRUMiF. DAit-ir WKONKSiUY, SKPTKMBER 12, 1M17 letbbrftge, Blbcrta AND Subscription Roles: Dallr. delivered, prr Dallr. ililivered rer >'e8r by mill, per year..... by mail, year S'cetljr, ..5500 ..5i.no ..Jl.ai) their employers begin now to ur.-rnre tor the change which is about lo be made. Tho deputy minister of justice, in whose department the work call- 12 vii the men. having them examin- ed and arranging lor necessary co- emptions falla, has that the work would be MiwiHted It finglo men and without children, of the ages between JO and 3 proprietor. An Inquest will be held. Itev. J. T. 1'rlcst. B A. lieKounlaln Itelttist cliurch. Is loafing be necessury will bo to present this Dan-son. B.A.. is tho prcsl certificate- lo the local tribunal and i receive a certifies! Tlicy will then be at'Ii' ID retain .__ .__________________place in civilian life without further Dates of eiplry ot tuoscriutlons ap- j dent of the New lirunswlck and the exemiilion. Edward island MeiiiOillst con- pear daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers after eiplration due is i It, however, the medical board fluds STRESS1 Your King and Country Need Vcu Right Now! tw.o open. If they consider thct they have no right to applj tor exemplion, they will put their affairs feren A memorial tablet In honor of the laic Hev. McLaren was un- vellcJ in the J'resbylerlan church at Kenton, Man. jn who corj- COUrse at Trinity college. ar.ii cffcred for Anglican mission THE PROGpESS OF THE WAR in order and ba able to report for duly. 11. however, Ihey consider they j ary In foreign fields, should be exempted, they should fill out the exemption Wanks which will TUe new situation ia Russia is de- veloplnE In seriousness with the de- termination of General Korniloff, the rebel leader, to besiege the capital, and with Premier Kereusky tearing up the railvrays about the city to prevent the rebels from utilizing them. The bulk of the. people have sworn loyalty to the provisional government, but Korniloff appears convinced of the ne- cessity of far sterner measures than Kerensiy seems capable of enforcin; to hold the Russian people in line, and Is apparently determined to force, if possible, tie formation of a dictator- ship that will guarantee the strictest discipline in the army and unite them ...v------.----- conference of the Metho shortly be avallab'e. and hand those churchi appointed I.t. Mcrritt T'rlce. a probationer of The old Anglican cliurch at hhode Island, which was erected iu 17i'7, recently celebrated Us 210th liirtliilay. Hev. J. Grlmshaw. a Baptist min- Isler. who has been overseas as chap- lain since the first of the. war. has been advanced from captain lo major. !tev. A. X. Miller, a Methodist min ister of British Columbia, receutli lost his son. 1'te. W. A. Miller, in Ins var. Another son is wouuJed In hos- pital. The Rev. H. H. Kaft. C.K., was kill- ed in action, aged 3'.' rears. He was ordained deacon in 1312. and priMt in 1913 by the lilshou of Qu'Avpelle. the local tribunal In order lust there, may 'be as little delay ns pos- sible in'settling the guestlon oi ex- emption. !f these suggestions aiO followed by citizens JlablB under the first draft a great deal of confusion may be avoid- ed, and Southern Alberta will con- tinue to'stand before the world as one of those parts ot Canada always forehanded In doing its duty by the Empire. The" Canadian Pacific Railway pub- licity bulletyi just issued, states that licity Duneup jusi iMucu, Great War vete Gait Gardens Is the finest formal park j Drjtisn Columbia. captain in trie imperial army. He was ordained in England by Hev. Dr. Chown on July 29. Dr. l.yle J. Cameron. M.D. a prom- inent Baptist leader, sun ot John M. Cameron. Shoal Lake, Manitoba, has succeeded in obtaining the coveted de- gree of Fellow ot the Royal College of The Great War Veterans Publishing company has Just been incorporated at Victoria, B.C., with the object of puhllshing a weekly review ot mat- ters of interest to returned soldiers. It is- to be the official organ of the Great War Veterans' association of once more in a solid formation against j Ihe invading Germans. Korniloff quile evidently feels thil'lhe quickest was lo stop the German invasion is to first seize the Russian capital and govern- ment and assume the dictatorship him- self and then turn upon the enemy. Kerensky is apparently equally deter- mined to keep the present provisional government in control ot things. L'lit whether his personality will rise to UIB occasion remains to be seen. Recent minor operations on the Bri- Ish and French fronts have resulted luccessfully for the allies, and strong German attacks nave been repulsed. Western Canada. And that's the truth. The reported refusal of some of the Mjary livestock buyers to buy for of the sinking of the Italian L'mberto, a converted mer- chantman, by striking a mine, while convoying merchant vessels through the Mediterranean sea, was- brought prompted-by patriotism, but It veal may he to an Atlantic port by a Norwegian like a case 'of patriotism gone wrong, t.the big sheep ranchers have made no arrangements for carrying over young ram lambs and if Ihey arc de- pending on the, sale of'this young stock to finance wool growing opera- WHAT A WASTE OF GOOD AMMUNITION. Th'e Toronto Telegram comments The Vatican has asked the good of fices of the American and British gov- ernments in behalf ol priests and re- Il2lous orders-in Mexico, which arc threatened with expulsion from that country.- 'The Vatican adds the as- surance that there is no reason justify- Tho weather In the Calgary district is becoming unsettled again and light rains have fallen at various points, but hardly enough to interfere with threshing operations. The largest single taxation measure In American history was. passed by Ihe li S senale. It .provides for o levy somewhat under as .corn pared with proposed in the bill as it passed the house May 23 EJmonlon has been :eft in darkness through the bursting of a steam pipe in the electric boiler tpuse. -No one was hurt, bul II will no' hours before Ihe plant can supply cither light o power. Olio C. Holin tried to commit su cido by stabbing himself in the breas with a knitet at KIncaid, Sask. Take In charge by the provincial police; h later made a second attempt b breaking a lamp chiraney and tryln to cut his arteries. He will recove ST. HILDA NEWS Our Own CVrtcspoiiilc-nO St. Kll'ia. Sept. big dance, was held In Iho West llullo school, Aug. 31. Danclug proceeded until o'clock, at which time all departed for their homes. The supper was furnish- d by tho ladles of district, ami uusic was furnished by the McDonald orchestra. A light rain has been falling (or tho ast six hours whkh Is putting the iroutid iu fine condition for fall plow- US, and will help the potato crop con- siderable. Mis. A. M. Gilmour has been In the Sn-oet Grass hospital for tho past 10 days, undergoing un operation for ap-' pendlcltls. Her condition was vcrj serious, but shy is improving considc ably. Ueo. lleallie and Arthur Dothberg were visitors of S. 1.. Nelson and son a tew days last week. One of tho head men of the G.T.P. Developing Co.. has.been 111 the coun- try laV.Ing stock of the well thai Is situated here, and also appointed Mrs. J. A. Ullder and son as caretakers of tho well. A. McLachlnn has started his fall run of threshing and tho spring wheat turning out good considering tho encral conditions of weather through te summer. Dees Davies has invested in a new ar. Mr. Davies has ono of tho fiuesl ars in the country now, 11 beiug a lutisou suacr-sjx. A. M. Gilmour has been a business isitor in Iho city ot LcthbrMgo for 10 last fen- days. A new cuurcb ovoucd at QiwntocV, Snsk. has I suffrage was defeated at J'orl- I laud i The Rev. Edwin Teale. a chaplai In the Imperial service at the fron who was for sbmp years resident lions, such a scheme as the refusal ing such a measure, of the packers to buy this class of animal might easily do more harm editorially on the tact that one On tario farmer raised a Crop of 90 bush- els-of oats to the acre. .Wliile we In tho west are pleased to.'.-Aote that Ontario farmers are fathering such fine crops, one would think il would take something more than', a mere SO-bushel crop to draw the-.eciltorial fire ot the Toronto Grit- Wonder what Iht-y would do if 'lliey had Eome real 130-bushel oat crops to brag THE DANGER IN -THE NEW FRANCHISE BILL. Tho 'nejv 'franchise measure has r___J-ilscaec'ond reading and will bft- cbtue law, and as such, the people of Canada will have to bow to it. It Is tmforlunate, however lhat'the Borden government should huve attempted a measure open to Ihe conslruction can 'be put 'on the franchise bill, especially at this time when a genuine effort is being made In so many parts of Canada to sink political differences." It is not so much the matter of merely depriving the alien enemy citi- zen of his vote in this one election thai, concerns us in Ihe west. 11 is the etfecl Ihe measure is going lo have on that cllhen in the future. We In the Vesl have come to be mainly Ue- pendent on the citizens of alien enemy origin for raining and rough railway labor. It will be years before we can look elsewhere for labor ot thai class. Meanwhile we must have this class o! citizen' in our midst. To us there- fore, ffjo measure forced through thft.house is naturally looked ip'on with many misgivings. We have Invited these' peonie'here, become de- fendent on them in many ways, Jried te educate their children and assimi- late them so lUt thsy rr.ir Canadians, and now we say lo them: "You are good enough lo work for us and help develop Ihn counlry bul you are not good enough Canadian citizens to be given the rights of the ballot. All our efforts io make Canadians out of you have failed." It appears to the Herald as it we were storing up a great deal of trouble Wth these citizens in (he tuturc. And what would our appeal lo them he If, in this mining district, Ihey were lo reply lo Ihe franchise roeisuro In practical way by tying up Ihe coal mines which supply the przlrle pro Tinces with fuel? On whal grounds we appeal to Cana tflus or alien enemies? than good: And in the case of veal, most of lha veal comes from dairy herns and would Tnot be worth the feed necessary to carry them to ma- turity. A little common sense should be called into play before putting such A division of'the Royal Xorth-rest 3Stiuuted Police, under Superintendent Filz Horrigan has arrived at Calgary rom Banff where a five week's course a plan into operation. FAREWELL 10 BIM JBCHER BE Edmonton, a smp y ttached to tho Arc KNOW THIS .SUBURB? docs Iho land lie ou his way? the land tha ies, It's the land agents. bishops' Western Canada mission, ha received the unitary Cross lor se vices rendered ;in "Mesopotamia. John Orr, fa-nicr 'i of Carlsbad i Springs, Ont.. died in the hospital fol- lowing cdUlsiofi-'jietwcEn "iTsl.fnaning "and bridge ing jtf bVdingwL undergone. The division pa'stor of the Western MehodM made Ihe trip from Banff on horse- church, Mra. John Orr and her back -camping at' nhsKti enroule. year-old daughter, and Mrs. Orton Smen are to "fine fettle and Hodgson of CarlstodiSfrmgs, all were crfrious what the government i killed .ins Melting them go part; 1 I Sn-'inirt; f EXPEDITE THE FIRST CALL TO THE COLORS. It will be but a short lime now unit Oose in the first drafl of Canadians a called, under the conscription mea (From Our Own Correapondent) Plclure Bulte, Sept. Friday Aug. the parents of the scholars of the Batlersea school gathered il the school house to bid goodbye to their teacher L. C. Johnston, who Is leaving to answer the call ot king ami country. Patriotic songs were sung and recitations given by the scholars A 'cake-making competlllon was held. Ihe. judges being Mrs. Nolan, Mrs. Koenke and Mrs. Beismanger, Jean Frazer taking first, anil Maud Poole, icond. Mr. Johnston then proceeded to close by the singing ot H'.u National Anthem, when to his great surprise Miss Ila McNabb came forward and on behalf ot the scholars, presented him with an address and a Gllletle safety rajor set. 5Ir. Johnslon very feeilngb responded, and thanked the scholar: for their great kindness. He said tha all the while he had been with them it had been a great pleasure to work with and for them, and he thaakex Ihem very sincerely, also Ihe parents for Ihe klndneao they had shown t him while he had been with 'hem. H said he should always remember them and ha hoped thai Ihey would writ to him and he would he sure to answe them. The singing of the N'ationa Anthem and the eating ot the cake brought a 'very interesting afternoo to i close. The farewell social whlc had been arranged for Thursday th 80th, owing to the rain, was postponed until Saturday evening, Sept. 1st, when a large number gathered in the sfhool louse. Kev. H. PIKB. occupied tne chair. Songs were rendered by lira. Hobhs, Fisher, >Ir. J. De Urlus and Mr. O. Pearson, addresses by Hev. S. Pike and Mr. Byres, A very clever einini- Ion of coin Irlcks was given by Mr. 'earnon. Her. S. Pike then on behalf of the Ulblo class and Sunday school, iresenled Mr. 'Johnston with an ad- dress and a gold wrist watch, as a tok- en of their appreciation of the valuable services' he had rendered. He had la- bored not only as a teacher, but as n cader ot the Sunday school and Bible class, and the Influence he would leave, behind him wduld be lasting. He had proved himself a Christian and a man, and ill we could wish for him war? the very besl.. In responding, Mr. Jnhn- stoa said It had taken him ao much by surprise.ihsl words lulled him. He could col eipress in words what ho feiL He that their kindness made It very hard tor him to go, but In go- ing he would like lo thank all Ihe offic- ers and leachera alike tor all Iho help and support they hail given him and he trusted that even when he was gone the work would still go on. Refrcnh- TWO! Dominion _ for you! Three! Four! We want more! Children tiave minds of their own, and once they are served with Dominion Toastod Corn Flakes, they remember their crispness and deli- cate flavor. Always Packed WAXTITE CORN FLAKES KfUCiK G6MUU Kxlobr KEUXXKi TOASTED CORN FLAKE COMPANY Tororte Settle Cmk OF CANADA 'up civilian life end Join to tie eohwt. It will well If those men who me wurr. rtwuiu uini BV menu then served, and the even- ing, was brought lo a close by singing the Nallonal Anthem, Threshing Is practically finished In this district, the yleMn ranging from to be called In tne f rsl drall and ici to 11 Lil'liels per acre. Are Your Chfldra Learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account In the Union Bank Canada, with opportunities to save regularly, training In how to expend money wisely. Sucti education In thrift and saving will provn invaiuabta In later life, jpfjj 5HANCH A. F, 3. Tatum, CARD3TON BRANCH F. V. Caver., BARONS J. Blaefcwood, Traction Engine REPAIRS We 'are well equipped handle all kinds of repair wort on either steam or gas tractors. Only high clais work leave! cur thop, and we will ijJOte you thai arc right NIVEN BROS. 2tt First Ave. S. .Phone 17S2 You will like "Mclba" Chocolates, not alone for their strict purity, but for the varied assortment contained in each fresh fruits, caramel centres, honey chips, soft creamy under a dc- Ucious coating of rich chocolate. Buy Staude Mak-a -Tractor and ;i Fonl GUARANTEED 4 HP. j. BASS, eiim AUCTION SALE Farm Land, Stock and Machinery MILES NORTH OF GRASSY on Saturday, September 15th COMMENCING AT 10 A.M. SHARP. AND S "E OF 'SEC. 10, TWP. 11, RQE. 1t, W. 4TK.-THE' LAND IS ALL UNDER CULTIVATION, NATURAL GAS, LOTS OF' 'GOOD WATER, 314 SJECtlONS'OF OPTING LEASE ATTACHED TO LAND. PER ACRE CASH, BAL. TERMS AT 8 PER CENT. 10 milch cows, Shears old, HolstelnB and Shorthorns 10 years old, Holitein. and Shorthorns, in Npyember; 21 2-year old hoitera. Holslelns.'and Shorthorns, supposed to bo n calf du- in May; S3 18 now supposed to bo in calf, "o and 1 regiit.rad HI; red, 6 yearns oW, 1800 Ita 1 standard bred bull, 8 c.n be wsWered; "HOHSEWl bay.-geldlng, M, Vilght 1600 Ibi.; gray gelding, 4 yeiri old, weimt vreiEht 1200 ibs 1 buclukln gelding, 5 woUjht 1100 Ibs.; 1 bay geldltg S years old, weieht 1200 1 .orrel .mule, 9 od, wdighV SOrius Eultabte for cSlidren; 1 brown mule, 12 old, weight 1000 ibs., suitable for cilUrep. _. 2 sets double .Work harnesii! 1 set tinBle" driving haraesa- 1 D-eThig binder; l.McOormlck Van.-Brnnt double Sdr 1 land pacl er; 1 dbo Boss. harrow; 1 John Deere gang plow; 1 cock hull gang; 1 fanning mill; 1 New Deal wwon complete; 1- steel 'drag; seated democrat, complete Kllh pole shafts' 1 3-h.p. pumping engine; 1.12-tarrel water tank; 1 18-barrel water tons Western Rje grass hay in sUck; of old oals suitable for seed; 1 American. cream separator; 1 New Williams ..swing machine; 1 steel range; All household effects and articles loo numerous to menl.lon. ALL SUMS UNDER S10.00 CASH, 5 PIR CENT. DIS- rOUNT ON ALL SUMS OVER flOOO. TIME WILL BE GIVEN ON hHATtEL 'MORTOArt SECURITY TO NOVEMBER 1rt, 1917. PER "NT AFTER DUE LUNCH AT NOON. DM GARRISON, PORTEOUS, Auctioneers. H. I. SANDS, Clerk D, E. KING OWNER Phone or .Write Beas-1 ley Employment Agency for Your 'Farm Labor We have a large number of good morv arriving r.vcry day, We have on our lists a num- ber of good cooks, male and fe- male, also separator men and en- gineers, both gas arid steam With good papers- VVe can alto piece 25 bundta teams at attractive FREE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU MR. WEIR, of IHs Department ef Agrlculturr ut Exlnonlon h.u opened an office In tde Board of Trade Building, for Kit dlstrl- bullion of labor In Southern Alberta. requiring helji and men In tearch ef work can get toflether by using Mr. l.amont. OU., write or phone, BO AKD'OF TRADE BUILDING LETH8RIDOE FOR SALE 500 RAM LAMBS Dropped March 1st, from Full Wood anil Kamboullct Ewes S40.OO VtAajl I .nta F. O. B. LETHBRIDQE DELIVERY ANY TIME the best stuff ever bred In from 'Frlxo ilgr.l. CALL OR WRITE _.._ HAR 831 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, lETHBHIDQE C. HARVEY ;