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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TiHE MTHBIUDGE DAILY HEBALD Sb: tterafo letblH'ifroo; Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLV Subscription Rates: Bally, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per year Eaily. by mall, per year Weekly, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year to TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office 1" W. A. Buchanan John Torranc. Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry ot subset-Ipfeowi an- near daily on address label. Accept- ance ot papers after expiration date our authority to continue tho sub- scription Your King and Country need you right now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR All eyes are turned this week on developments in the Balkans, am! even with big Anslo-British successes on the Sbmnic and Russiaa successes on the east the Balkan's promise to furnish the big events for the nest few weeks. Indeed ii may be that, if sur> cess aiieu.i, ;hf'allied initial eiSjrts as it has been doing in the past few days, the allies will throw their surplus energy into the Balkans al- School-Days are Joy- Days to the boy or girl whose body is properly nourished with foods that are rich in muscle-making, brain-building elements that are easily digested. Youngsters fed on Shredded Wheat Biscuit are full of the bounce and buoyancy that belong to youth. The ideal food for growing chil- dren because it contains all the material needed for building muscle, bone and brain, prepared in a digei- tible form. One 'or two biscuits for breakfast with milk give a boy or girl a good start for the day. Ready-cooked and ready- to-serve. Made in Canada the position at o salary of three times the amount paid the old! agent! and a larger salary than that paid the Canadian High Commissioner, j British Columbia's finances had beenj already badly wrecked, but this spend-. thlrft conduct impressed the people with the real character, of tho admin- istration. Even 'to manipulate a clinnge in leadership the province had "pay the piper" with a vary heavy toll. The -actual result of the elections will not lie known until after ihe sol- surpins IULU LUC wavs of course keeping on the often- diers' votes have been recorded. The Give oa other fronts to keep ihe Teu- soldiers will be voting until October, tons from releasing troops from one front for use in another. For It is in almost a month after the residents of British Columbia have rendered their the Balkans that campaign decision.. The Liberals do not tear the can be made most successful. The honest decision ot the soldiers, but they fear, and rightly so, that the vote will be'manipulated by the Bowser: ites as no proper provisions ior safe- guarding the taking of the vote were made. If the' Liberals were to lead by k of success mat crowns me a few seats in tomorrow's vote. It is invasion of Rumania. The al-1 possible for the-machine to utilize the weather is more, favorable there for winter fighting. It is therefore cheer- ing to hear of the defeat of the Bul- sars on the Strums, the invasion of Serbia by the Russ-Rumanians, and the lack of success that crowns the Bulgar iuva ies now have their plans working, and just as innumerable Teuton hordes ov- erran Serbia and Montenegro a year :igo, so now is Bulgaria threatened with extinction by the allies oa many sides. A thrust for the Berlin-Bagdad railway is in progress, two of them in soldiers.', vote, which wtfl be counted about Oct. 15, to defeat the will of the people of British Columbia. It Is to be hoped that the'decision of the people of British Columbia wll he so over- whelmingly against the governmem that there will be no temptation to util- railway is in progress, two ot utem in mat IUMC fact, the Rumanians aided by the Brit-1 he the soldiers' ballots for foul.pur- and French toward the line in' poses. Bulgaria. The central powers have both thrusts to combat, and -there are few who'believe'they'will be able 'to do it. News from other fronts indicate a takins of breath. Greece hasn't jump- ed yet. The defeat of the Bowser govern- ment would not he a victory for Liber- alism so'much as for" the" people of B. C. of all classes. Prominent Con- servatives are working with the Liber- als to defeat the government. It is only the machine element that is stay- ing with the Bowser crowd. TOMORROW'S ELECTION IN BRITISH COLUMBIA Aa. unusually long political cain- paigr. practically- ends in British Col- umbia tonight. Tomorrow the voting take place and it Is possible that a change of government will result. It must be remembered, however, that at the last general elections in British Columbia not one Liberal was elected and but for two the Mc- Bride government, now the Bowser government, was master of the entire legislature. Some months ago two; Liberals" were returned in bye-elec- tions. In order to defeat the govern- ment a majority of almost forty has to be wiped-out That would-seem be yond .possibility were it not that the bye-elections at Victoria and Vancou ver early in .the.year established that the government had lost its grip. Brit- ish Columbia is thoroughly aroused to the importance and need of a change of government. The .province. Knder the McBride" and Bowser regime has been brought close to bankruptcy." One of the richest provinces in the Domin- ion has been "bled white" by men, chief aim was to build np pri- vate 'ortunes and a powerful, relenr less machine. II is not so much a con- test to overthrow a Conservative gov- ernment as a contest to get rid of a had government that is. unworthy of the name Conservative. McBride and Bowser acted like "drunken sailors" the money and public lands of the people. They allowed Mackenzie Mann an'd other railroad promoters to grow fat on gifts from the treasury. The government land policy was. an outrage. It had no regard for the set- tler whatever but was'solely directed for the benefit of the speculator and consequently today great tracts of land are unsettled because they are held at a high price by these specula tors The. Ibernls promise an entire reversal of this -policy. The patronage system has been 8 curse in the coast "province, and Mr the Liberal leader, is the first, leader to coins out flat-foot- ed, for Its abolition. The Bowser fol- lowers laugh at the Idea, but Mr. Brew- eter is ;a sincere, honorable man and will unquestionably carry out his pio KiioO, It returned lo nower An action ot the government which has damaged it grcutls, targelj with its own friends, was the switching of Bowser into the premiership and pia Ing Sir Richard McBride at London as government agent The old agent Hon J, H Tun-er, a former ureujier was suppranualcd against his will uid Sir Illeliart! McBrldo. given The Bulgar, attacked on every sine, begins to see his finish. He gambled on a long shot and losL Tomorrow's the day in B. C. The result doesn't seem to be much in doubt. Instead of singing "London, bridge is burning down" it may be sung now "Quebec bridge is falling down." It does so regularly. Lethbridge branch of the Red Cross is going to double its contributions in the coming year. That's the right sort of determination and the kind that will succeed. The Dominion war loan is a good investment and a good way to help out the country in time of war. If you have, a few hundreds to invest you can't find a better place. That Friday-Saturday payroll this one of the things that makes jtors open their eyes in surprise when they visit us. Such payrolls are an asset to any city. Alberta las year raised bushels of wheat. The Winnipeg Free Press esimate of thirty to thirty-five million this year doesn't look like an exaggeration. Southern Alberta will more than do her share. We Ourselves the'better serve. By serving others best." That we may better serve our many friends in Sunny Southern Alberta We Have Opened a Per- manent Branch in the Sherlock Building which is fully equipped to handle your shipments, to give you up-to-the-minute prices, and to transact your business on Calgary or Winnipeg Grain Exchange. James Richardson Sons Limited Grain Commission Merchants 201 Sherlock Building I5fiv g WnTWuncement STRAND WTERX YERRS OF SUFFERING Woman Made Well byLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. i trip. Sir llamar.has relimiuished the legal appointment he held on Lord Derby's stall, tho work beins mitomal- t ically finished, lie also has resigned tile commission he held in a Wolsb regiment. Homer Joshua Slrauus. years old, a machinist of New, York, who was convicted ol' stealing two pack- ages or cigarettes valued at 15 cents, hanged himself in the new County jail.. _ ,u mle llay Bernard Hoger, of As- DurVi NJ was lilted lly his sweet- heart, lined 525 for annoying her and suffering painful injuries when he t fell down 71) stops leading from the court. _ 1 almostgiven j np. 1 hid been sick for six years with i female troubles and nervousness. I hid I a pain in my right side and coald not eat anything with- police out hurting my stomach. I could i The enormous demaud Ior nickels not drink cold water and pennies ever known is now delug- at all nor eat any i ing the United States Treasury De- kM of raw fruit, partment, and the mllit In Denver Is nor freih meat nor i breaking all records .for activity in chicken. From 178 manufacturing those coins. W. J. Lloyd, Manager Lethbridge Branch Phone 777 Residence, 365 or 1072 ten days later I could eat and it did not I into New York, Boatoii 'I hurt my stomach. I have taken the other ports. I since and I fwl like _, j iiew woman. I now weigh 127 pounds i popularize Hamilton tech to yoo can see what it has done for me I'" manufacturers are belng i already. My husband says he knows I yonr medidne has saved my life. (From ouriCHvix.CweSBonaent) Pakowki, Sept. service to Pafeowki is appreciated'by the public. The new elevators have had consid- erable the re- mainder of last year's- crop-. This year's crop" Is -practically bar- vested except "some late flax. The crop lias damage and the yield no doubt will be good. Threshers are pulling out their rigfc, expecting to start threshing next week it weather permits. Frank Davis has charge of the livery bargain. Messrs. fc Weeks having relinquished their contract. Harry Peck is building a new livery barn at Orion. Merrill Peck, who has been in the bank at Medicine Hat, is now home Mrs. Blicot of runsing since April 1st and the pupils have made good progress in their studies under the tutorship of J. Jackson. The Dow school, which has been closed for some month's for want of- a teacher opened last Tuesday for the fall term. Miss Thursfleld of Ketchum is teacher. Glen Banner has been very fortun- ate in securing Miss Patterson of Lethbridge to teach their school this summer. Her work is highly appre ciated. Mrs Peter McAskile has been ob- liged to move to Medicine Hat on ac- count of the ill health of her young- est son. We understand he is improv- to see her back who has A newspaper heading says Mayor Martin of Montreal, called ex-Controll- er Herbert a liar. That's too mild. Martin never used liar without as many strong prefixes as his tongue could gather together. Hon. "Bob" and the Winnipeg Tele- gram will have considerable explain- ing to do in the course of the next In fact we can imagine ___ ___ will feel peeved at Mr. Carter, of Carter, Halls and Aldinger who, on their own admission contrib- uted so generously to campaign funds your meuiuine ...j Mrs. J. S. BARLOW, 1624 South 4th St, 1 i Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable torn-. I pound contains just the virtues of roots i and herbs needed to restore health and strength to the weakened organs of the body. "That is'why Mrs. Barlow, a chronic invalid.recovered so completely. I Jt pays for women suffering from any I female ailments to insist upon having Lydia E. Pinlbiin'i VegetaWe Cim- j pound. _____________ asked to allow students who hav spent two years in training there tn enter tlielr factories on third-year pay counting the training period in school 'as an apprenticeship. St. Paul now has school pupils. John TJ. Rockefeller Cleveland home. ing, so we hope amongst us again soon. Miss Beatrice Conkrite, been taking a vacation i now back in her old position as lady clerk in the dry goods department of J. Courtney's store Rev. Golding has been soliciting re cently for the Red Cross and Pat- riotic cause and reports paid in cash and more subscribed. few days Hon Bob on a vacation. Mrs. Wagner and Pendant D'OrleUe were _.- _ of Rev an'd Mrs. Golding recently on their return from the Hat where they had been to purchase two new organs, one for the Wagner' scKooT and oue for Dow sch'ool.. The Evangelical church services at Pakowki last Sunday were conducted by Hev H. W. Treffry of Manyberries. Mr Golding" 'conducting' the' Presby- terian church services "at llanyberrleE. Miss Elva Peck having passed the entrance to the high, last week for. Medicine Hal. where, she will continue her studies in the nign school work. '11OO1 wmit. The Four Ways school has been HIS ARM TURNED TO STONE St Thomas. Sept. Dynes, blacksmith, of Southwold Station, is in a critical condition as a result or. a a dog from rab- Biicot of wte aeveral weeks ago from the gsesU w t h T6 been sutfering fr ml ____ it the expense of the people itoba. i Man- The Paris correspondent of the Brooklyn Eagle deals with the enor-' mous expense of fighting battles .on Verdun's front. -It. cost Prance 240.000-in three months to defend the rountrv The weight of ammunition used up totals pounds daily at-a cost daily of .f Oer- ii IB claimed, expended one- tenth moie, as the offensive coines ies. Dynes :was given the Pasteur treatment at Toronto, and, after le- turning home, his arm began to ossify. It is now stone hard. He may have to have his arm amputated- to prevent a spread ot the disease over his entire body. WOULD Washington, Sept coterie of Democratic Senators has been quiet- ly organized to force Postmaster- General Burlesou out of the.Cabinet should President Wilson be re-elected. RICKED UP IN SSINGI FOR THE StTSY MAN public ment Church of Ottawa who went overseas some months ago. as a chap- lain, has had his left arm fractured I by a shell in France. In spite of the increased cost of living in ciyil life it costs nearly a cent a (lay less to feed a man In the U. S. it did ten years ago. William P Grmnell TT years old, an inmate ol the Town Poor Farm at Mass ho is heir to from Hcttj Green's estate. Hasans famous Hula Hula is go- ing to be American society's favorite dunce this winter it has been decreed at the dancing professors' convention. For the first time in the history that city of Iht partj Dt of these States the Prohibition party will this fall be on U. S. mints are preparing to Issue j ballot in Nevada Utah and New may sell his Japan, Pa., streets are beiijg twisted out of shape by. robbing pil ars in coal mines under the town A Chicago alderman wants the muni cipal atitiiarltlc: to cut the weeds ii a new dime, a new quarter and a half dollar. Major Fred Guest, of St. Thomas, has been made lieutenant colonel, commanding a Red Cross hospital at Buston, Ens. Eighty dollars worth of cuss words used by a man convicted in Bilti more court, the judge lacking on for each new oath. A six-year-old boy at Hyner, Pa arose in sleep and rowed a boat across the river, being found asleep at the oars the next day. Tests of the new deck gun for sub- marines have been completed by the navy department and show the weapon to be satisfactory, A reduction was made in the force of federal surgeons in New' York as the infantile paralysis epidemic is waning. According to a Chicago packer there is enough lard made and packaged to give each distributee! pounds. -After "evraieen years, .1. .1. B'.ige of Chicago, returned to the University of Wisconsin to complete course, and was graduated. Asa O. Candler, millionaire soft drink manufacturer, was nominated for mayor of Atlanta In. the Democratic primary. that holds tliecoflee you hear somudi about I'crhtps loseph Kobner of Bast >4orHalk, Coin w the most absent- minded man in the world. He left package containing Jl 250 in a Brooklyn 'L train Alleging breach of promise Mis' Antonia lacoba CO T-ears old, of i Grand Mich has started suit 1 Joseph Strobe who is 16. Miss Jacoha wants Sir Hnnm and I 11> Ureeiivood sail shortly via New York for a short trip to Canada They will in- clude Montreal and Ottawa In. their Major, Ihe Hcv Dr. John man, viator of the Bleaied OC aacrtr SEAL BRAND I Coffee In '54, 1 1 pound Whole ground also Ground for Perco- lators. 1M OF CANADA A Comprehensive Banking Service The Uiiu Ink not only gives its cuatomera every lorm of service which a Bank can also oilers the decided advantages which co-ne from a network of Branches, 315 In number, covering almost every part of Canada. May we serve you BrniK'h Tmnuig, Miuniger i Brunch lt Hnincli ;