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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta oun THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I'HUUSDAY. (JISPTEMBKK 14, 101G ietbbi-iOije Deralfc i'ctbbrttjje, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY IOC Subicrlptlon Rates: Dally. delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per year JWO by mall, per 'year JS.03 Weekly, by mall, per year Jl-00 Weekly, liy mall, per year to U.S..? 1.50 TELEPHONES Business Office 5-p Kquonni GmC-e............. "N W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managlas; Director Business Manager Dales ot expiry- subscriptions ap- pear daily ou address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration dato is our authority to continue the sub- scription. XEW ALIA OF KXTKXTK POWERS IN STKATMJK! POSITION King and Country need you right now! Til's map showtnu t'hfl relation of Koumanta to the oilier Balkan countries, demonstrates lier tfemcmlously strategic position. Her position between Austria and Bulsaria im'.icaies that she must be sure of her ground in ileclaring enemies on both her borders. PICKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN araln aucl relief loan? iwjiiei! ni the j winter anil spriu? of UU4 Tl'f -above I accorded liim u chil iDlan Peenis Vo have met with the ap-ia chilly proposition anyway. But we j i-an be thankful he didn't arrive ear- lier and that he didn't come in force. Coal Is now ffiO a ton In Italy. The Kingston Pembroke railway m ba electrified. Another battalion is to bo raised hi Grey Couuty, Out. (.'apt. C. B. Kilmer, son of G. H. Kil- mer, Toronto, has been awarded the S. 0. Principal Vviu. Clyde liao resigned after SO years' servico in Petroled High School. David Sharpies 'lied suddenly at the home of his sou In East Zorra from the effects of a fall. Roots and beuu crops in Ontario are reported to be likely a poor, yield, drte to dry F. G, Muxlovv, of Meaford, walked to j oweti Sound and bacU. -10 miles, iu -luck Frost arrived. The farmers hours actual walking time. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Yesterday's war dispatches rivettetl j proval of all ihe i.-iterests represented, eyes once more on HIP Somine. Amaz-jand is in line with what the Herald ingly quick and comparatively time ago when ihe advances by the French between Com- bles and. the Sonime constituted ihe outstanding news of the day. German first Hue trenches over a five mile front fell in half an hour, evidence of the superiority of the allied armies in riieir steady push. Combles. as a re- sult of the taking of Bouchavesnes, is sewed up in a sack to which the draw- string is "about to be applied. The al- lies appear 10 be absolute masters of the situation on ihe west front. East of Combles, the French have thrown forces across tbe road from to I'eroune, seriously crip- pliiig the Germans in the transfer of troops behind Ihe lines. On the- east front, in the Carpa-. thians the Russians have captured strategic points. The Serbs and French are advancing on the Macedonian front while the British, who have the Struran. appear to be rest- question was discussed by the local if Henry Ford wins that million tlol- board of trade. There is no doubt the overhanging government loans have constituted a lar damage suit from the Chicago Tri- Half the 10.000 population of Tchu antepec, Mexico, have malarial-fever a United States naval officer, reports Another record was established on Woodstock Cheese Board when the price paid on the board was 20 nents serious impediment to other rural loan j more. and banking business in Southern Al- i berlaand Southwestern Saskatchewan i If aU (he returns in Sou- during the past two years. But provi- j them Aiberta furnish the same p'.eas- dence has beeu good and these areas; jng surprise 'those from the Rose- bune he ought to be able to reduce Mrs. Israel Keyes was burned to the price-of the car considerably death when fire destroyed her hua F bands store and house at Elmsdale. of the west are enjoying the finest crops in Canada this year. Iu this case it is not unreasonable to expect! that 95 per cent of the fanners who mead district, this part of Alberta will j rafuse to take, off its hat to any part j of North America. borrowed from the government, can: pay -back, without crippling their re- Wonder if the Duke oE Connaught sources after their crop is sold in the! I had Sir Sam, Hughes' weakness next six months. In the cases of: f mind when he uttered these words on those who have been unfortunate and j cannot pay, we think the banks and loan companies will take care of them. They should. Let the' Dominion government warn] the farmers now that they expect re-j ing. payment of loans this winter. We are I claims further advances byjsure _the farmers win do their share, the German-Bulgar forces in the Dob- aud Southern Alberta's credit will then rudja. region. his recent visit to Camp Borden: have not seeii -you on a ceremonial parade; but perhaps it is as well, be- cause you. possibly have had enough of ceremonial The Bulgarians Have evacuated the So 'far as the farmers as a whole Greek seaport of Kavalo which concerned the Herald feels quite occupied in August, CITY SHOULD CONSIDER PLAN The suggestion'" made by Commis- sioner Freeman regarding the invest- ment of of the city's sinking fund in the nenr Canadian, war loan is wocthyV the. fullest'con eration. city "is lit "present re- ceiving three per cent, interest on thin innney from the bank, ,The, war loan .will pay five per cent and.can be bought at Being redeemable of the period at par, the city "would make about on every principal invested. In addition there would be 52000 additional annual interest on each invested. As the honds are govbrnment security the matter of converting them into cash at any time an-easy matter. 1 sure th'at they will accept the situation and will consider that the proposed .-olution is iri the best interest not only of. themselves, hut of the whole prov- ince. If they have the money to pay, and most-of them will have twice over what is needed, they will greatly in- crease their own credit by ridding themselves of a loan iucurredi-under unplasant, cireumstances. "V f SIR GEORGE'FOSTER SHOULD VISIT US Sir Gep. E. Foster is visiting.West-' eni Canada with the Dominions' Trade Commission. .He is searching for in- formatipn. _He wants to learn of resources of Western Canada and the, obstacles 'with which its people have" to contend. is not in the itinerary, of this commission. If. should, Store conld be learned here of western resources, especially agriculture awl mining, than aay other point in west G. R. Marnoch and S. S. Dun- ham could load the investigators upj with knowledge on agriculture, on farm credits, on transportation, and incidentally of course, on grain 'stor.- age.. Jf Sir George Foster wants in- formation, accurate and useful. Leth- bridge Is the place hs visit. would like to see and hear .him-anyway. He has just been at the: scene of war. While here he could bring to the slackers first hand know- ledge, .of-the i need in men and money. He is a convincing, eloquent speaker, respected by all classes, and would be an ideal speaker to start off the forth- coming Patriotic Fund campaign." He can "kill two birds with one the saying is. by coming to Lethbridge. He can secure know- ledge Cor the commission and give knowledge for the stay at homes who want1 to help, or who should help in this We see he is going to speak in Calgary. If he came- here one of the bits of knowledge he would ob- talrrfs that .Calgary is not the centre of the universe. The Winnipeg. Telegram' is .so an- xious to give, its readers the. wrong impression that it says the jury in the trial of the former 'cabinet minis- ters rendered a' verdict of nine to I N. S. Owing to ill-health, Rev. Dr. B. J. Stobo, B.A.. S.T.D., has resigned the pastorate of the Baptist church at Hespeler. Queen Alexandra, says the Weekly I Dispatch, lately has adopted motor I bus riding so as to set an example j in war economy. Rev. J. D. McCrae, of London, is invited to the Pctrolea Presbyterian church, whose pastor is going over- seas. It is expected thai the Toronto Su- burban railway between Gnelph and Toronto will be in operation .antut the 1st of October. It is expected that Canada have contributed two thTU'ind re- cruits at least for the Royal X-U'v, by the end of the year. D. McMaater, of Kingston, who was ;truck by a street car, was able to three against conviction. ..Possibly the Italic home, but died three-quarters men who only- read the Telegram be- lieve the report.. As a matter of fact, the jury's verdict was nine to three tor conviction' but it didn't suit the Koblin-Rogers paper to tell the truth about its friends. QiUario. goes dry the fellows on the border doniug Ontario's policy of "'no truck or trade with ihe Yankees." B. C., farmers are shipping their wheat ease to the Calgary internal ele- vator. Say, weren't we toltjl that the Calgary elevator was built to handle Saturday, prairie grain ;for shipment west -fo B. C. ports.' Will somebody please de- cide what Calgary elevator was It's a little early to boast but Sou- thern Alberta is threatened with a surprise when the threshing returns start to come in. really built for.anyway. When decid- ing that we would like also to be in- formed the value of the rusted tracks leading .to the terminal elevator at Vancouver..which cosit. t.he; people of or so dollars. of an hour afterward. Among the applicants for admis- sion lo'.thc Osgoode Hall Law School is Miss Muriel Lee. B. A., daughter of Lyman Lee, of Hamilton. Martin H. Fraser, a G. T. P. brake- man operating out of Regina, fell be- tween J.WQ cars and was .killed. He came from Nova Scotja.' Miss Lyra Brown Nickersou left the bulk of her csthte to the Rhode island School of Design and the Provideia-e Public Library. A preliminary inventory of the es- tate of th? late James .L Hill, the railroad financier, obtained by the pro- hate court at St. Paul, shows Minne- sota holdings approximately 000. it was said, on which about inheritance tax would be paid to thai slate. REPAYMENT OF LOANS THE PROPER PLAN As a result of the conference in Cal- gary attended by Dominion, provin- cial, hoard of trade, U.F.A.. banks and loan'company officials it Is likely that the Dominion government will set Jimp as limit of; time to be allowed for the repayment of seed Nature's Bounty More The delicate, native sweetness of finest northern The mellow, flavory zest of malted The combined, full nutriment and flaveir of both grains, in- cluding their energy and mineral Grape-Nuts rood for'brain and Ready to eat, easy to digest, concentrated, table should have its daily ration of There's a Reason 'We Ourselves the better serve, By serving others best." Thai AVO may belter limuy friends in Sunny South- ern Alberta. We Have Opened a Per- manent Branch in the Sherlock Building Which is fully equipped to liaiidhs yoiir shipments, to give you up-to-ljie-inimito. prices, and to transact your business on Calgary or Winnipeg Grain Exchanges. James Richardson Sons Limited Grain Commission Merchants 201 Sherlock Building W. J. Lloyd, Manager Lethbridge Branch Phone 777 Residence, 365 or 1072 BRIG.-GEN- W. F. SWEENEY .One of 'the- best known military men in Canada who has been wound- ed three times In the present war and has returned on sick leave to Canada suffering from George Berdan. aged 35, formerly of Thedford, killed in Detroit when he stumbled against an elec- tric wire blown down in a storm. R. Hirst, of Nova Scotia, was 'killed in an auto accident at Regiua, J. T. Butcher, farmer, Wilcox, Sask., was in- jtired. Orlof Bousfield, a boy, was killed near .lar vis Ont, when the. team he was driving became unmanageable while attached to a manure spreader. t _ Kitchener business .men co-operate with the hotehnen in i ro- viding good accommodation for .lie travelling, public after the in- stant. In fight, between Shetland pony and i Bernard dog on a street of Beaver falls, Pa., the (log was killed by a of the pony's forefoot, Fire gutted the candy department of the Harry Company, .Ltd., Toronto. H is estimated that the loss will be at least Nineteen boys born to Mr. and -Mrs. Frank Scott at Corning, Ark., in ten years three sets of triplets, four sets of twins and each- has-been given a name beginning with A. On a newspaper with which she was starting a lire, a Paterson, N. .n.aaw the picture of her son, missing eight years, who is with Pershing's cavalry in Mexico. j Extraordinary WHEN you buy Ivory Soap you .......not only have a mild, pure, white floating soap for personal use in bathroom and. nursery but you have a safe, harmless, effective soap for fine laundry work, for delicate articles about the house, for table .ware; for silver, if or everything that you do not care to trust to ordinary cleansing methods. IVORY SOAP i PURE Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada Ben Snyder, of Tilbury. East township, was: killed while tear- ing 'down the chimney of an old church building-.tivat he had recently purchased. Charles Leroy, ot'-Nortti Vancouver, celebrated his-. 102nd birthday Tues- day; He was born in France, fought in the Civil War and came to Victoria B. C., in the late sixties. A new trainmaster. Frank McElroy of Windsor, was. appointed Michigan Central Ralhvay on the at St. Thomas while Harrj L Margetts, as- histant uammastcr at Niagara Tails Ins also been appointed trainmaster. Mrs. A. HrGrayenor was blown to jiieces, and'her husband badly injured n an explosion which destroyed thejr residence at Cobble Hill, Vancouver Island. Oravenor had stored six cases of dynamite at-jiis home. Lord Robert Cecil, British, minister. of war trade, said in an Interview that the adoption of the economic plan outlined lit the Paris conference might, result in a 'world-wide scientif- ic tariff. B. 'Hal president ariTl man- ager'- of. the Prudential Trust, Mont- dufies, but it will several months to get lum titled and accustom- ed "to an artificial leg. Judge Costello, .of N. J., has ruled that a wife is entitled to more than one room for a horhe and commended Mrs. Andrew Janoska, for refusing to live with her husband when 'he moved from a. coinlortabu fiat to a bedroom....... r Sir Wllrrid Laurier, N. W. Rowell, j real, was seriously Injured by a belt and. Premier Norris of Manitoba, will in London on Sept. 27., when he Liberal Federation of Ontario me.ets there. Ifev. M. N. Omond, of Pictqji. Out., who has been appointed chajilaln of battalion about to proceed overseas, its been given leave of absence from church. R, B, Bennett, M. P., on his return to Calgary from the East, says lie oqKs forward to the general ,lbn of men. Conscription 'is not In the British Columbia peach crop is said to be very small this year: The fruit men say that the peaches pro- duced are in quality, hut very limited in quantity. "The sales of Noblemen Cigars have more than trebled during tlio past three months. tried one car colliding with his automobile In cbcc and he is now In a hospital there It is understood tint Mijor Pajilt Iier guards and reuir it the Patricias has he6ii i ing line Now she to promised a staff appointment In France Mien he is capable of undertaking, the That j.tney business is decreasing tile earnings" of iiie Winnipeg street railway to the extent of nearly 50 per cent was maintained by ft- number of-witnesses in the hearing ol an application by the, city, before the public utilities commission While engaged in laying mines in Lake Ontario for a moving picture stunt Host CUI S Griflin and Sapper Iolm Edvards of the Canadian En gincers were mstantlv killed It ia thought that from their boat i an fnul ot others connecting the mine and Mined the explosion which blew them tin The remains of only one man were recovered. Princess Voldnshy, 22 years of ago, whoso husband, :father'. and brother were killed early In the war, has been discovered in Hie army She cut her hair, adopted man's attire, enlisted as a private, and fought on the south- cm foi months Her sex being repealed she was sent to .Weft to be discharged, but; eluded eturned to the fight, as been dis- covered wounded la a Kharkoff hoi. pital. ROYAL YEAST tMD ftmittt quarter ontuiy; kckM with ftqnl TMrt will tocp flpwh rnrtrt Volt wHh wy m full onn nmM ww WI4 tlw MM MuTwIII b. Ju.t u (Md u tM flrat IN EWOILLETT UMTIED WNNIPEO TOKONTO. ;