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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR YHF. LKTimHlllfiK DA1LV FRIDAY. SKPTEMDKn II, 1917 Hlbcvta P A I LY A N D W E E K. LY Subscription flutes: Tally, delivered, per1 -W Dally, deiiTereJ year ......55.00 Dailr. by mall. by mall, per yaar......Sl-50 M'evUy, by mill, per year to U.S..Si.CD TELEPHONES Business Office 1257 Ediloriil Office 1--I W. A. Buchanin rreslueiii jlaiiasius Ulrcctcr John Torraccei Dualucss Manager Dues o( expiry or subscriptions ftp- pur dilly on address laVel. Accepl- QCC of papers stter cipiriilion I cur to conUoue liie fiu Ecrtptloo. Your King and Coirnlry Ycu Right Nowl PICKED UP PA SSI1VG iho mlUera by its s'.imate ol S10 t-vr barrel as d reasonable retail price for J flour In Lctabrldge. Oilier jUllhorilli's slated Ibat millers still j make a of So ceats barrel i olcsaliag their flour at JS.O'.V! CiMistclerlng (his fisuro. the Herald i la the light of being over-gen- erous, but believe that llie farmers who grow tba wheat and Ihe house- I wives buy Ihp Bo'.'r would very! well it ihe? could buv i The Toronto eihluliion cloaod with straight grudfs Ln at 55 asi atlmJunw of 917.0M op I.COJ over a I1'16' THE MAN The Kdiuouloii strict car strike bis boon sealed. who wish to arold the ?us .of proSioorlng la war uelcooie such an Ef we suggest. Milk i1 reducer 3 in Toronto decided .0 raise too prlct pe- cun. Irom ?2 to J2.50. Ilev. Rowland Hill, former minister ar.d mUslouary and laterly a Calgary painters ate nfning lor 60 routs an hour. They are now genius 50 cents. The full train service on thi Hudson NOW FOR CHEAPER FARM IMPLEMENTS. Members of the Alberta advisory committee on food control to tho root of the farm production question iii Calgary tbe other day when they passed a resolution as follows: Agricultural production [Q Western Canada can he Increased and speeded up by ihe farmer's utilization ot farm j Bay railway will shortly ttoucd. dtscou- Plins for a publicity campaign In- ilon were m ihe closing ses- sion of ihc animal convention ot ihe Mortgage llankore' association at Minneapolis. >Tgr. George Gauihlcr, nuilliary of cfac diocfse of Montreal, has tor ot Laval Considering that Ibe price of wheat THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Russia's latest revolution may be Eald to have been concluded, for if General Korniloff has noi yet surren- dered ho will very shortly forced to do so. AYheiher Lls failure will be the best Uitng for remains lo be seen. Premier Kerensty apparent- ly has been able lo bring ihe hulk of Ihe people and ibe armies to suu- port. and ho cay yet be successful in j possible, bringing iho entire weight ol ihe Rus- iciors. bul the heavy duties on Im- appalled vk-c-reuor of Laval ned tractors prevents their more Jn flas- citeoded use. It Is respectfully sug- gested that; the fooJ controller should make urgent representation to (be Do- minion government for reduction fa Ihe Import duties on farm tractors especially, aod as well as reductions complete the year the governments i I fnr Rnci-i Imnnctvl In Ilif li- on other farm Implement? _ _, j ..----iL _- (lion ct the Outarlo temperance act, 1? should total approximately Total expocso tor six months in ad- ministration of llie art will to CTS.50. Dauth, wLo has resigned to til health after having been vice- rector for fifteen years. With znothc-r juoutb ac.J a half to Grandma Margaret Braver, aged 102. v-'alked Into tbe Toronto exhthl- lou grounds to help swell ihe attend- ance. Pelawawa Artillery camp Is decided-v :y told al nights now, and will, il Isl expected close about the end of ihls1 coomb. The new liquor bill in N'ew Zealand provides thai hotels and clubs shall open ct 9 in. (ho morning find close nt S p.m. i _ i Tbe early retirement of Supreiua Chief Hanger Elliott, G. Stevenson, o( ihe Independent Order of on account of 111 health, was olficlally zlac oalioa to bear properly against the invasion of the Germans and check their advauce into the country. In Ihe meantime Jliisslan soldiers on the Gallcian and southern fronts are resuming fighting and there Is con- siderable aclirily on fronls. Thv cen're of fiercest fighting at present Is still the Italian front where the opposing sides are engaged In a tremendnua conflict for'thc of Monte Sao Gabrlelle. and all lie ad- vantages that this vfill give. On Ihe French front heavy artillery presages another big drive. Bombing raids on German military posto In Belgium are continuous now are doing dreal damage. has beeu flsud, aud that one of th. reasons for filing IL al a fairly high prlcfl iYR3 to stimulate production, it is natural that an effort should be made to place all farmers on as even The wheat itncides wltb- ,he price Siert in ihe United Slates. The. Tact, however, lhat our farmers GERMAN LANGUAGE PAPERS IN THE STATES. The disclosure resulting from the raid on the Philadelphia' Tflgeblail has jnst ahoul'convinced the people of the Unlled States that they haTe beeji harboring la the German Un eaaee papers which they have allow "n'.Oieh since tbe U. S. waul io war iriOi Germany. The Chicago TrJ bune publishes a letter from a. Ger- man Lutheran pastor Is TC loyal to toe Unlled fa which fas "Xo olher naUoa .would loleratc them. It Is not 'enough to censor them. They vouid laugh at You cannot censor the rigbl tpirit Jiito a. publication.' IL would be difficult to .Bnd censors who ue willing tod aole to-do this -wort coucientionsly- A casual reader of the German papers may find little to objecl to, while a person who can renj! between the lines will be prompted (o la TAI5EK (From om Own Taber, Sept. Is full swing again alter the rains, pay 53 for farm macnmery lo J2 paid Two more (arms 30ld In by United Slates farmers is not cnn-jthe coufltrj- and bolb, duclre lo .Iho besl ot teellns on ihcltre told, will be broken up and part ot the Canadian [irraer. Nels l.arsan Irom south ol the price Tor wheat products lhejwho WM ma 0[ Co volualecr same on both sides of the line it service in Ibe Cameron bul natural that the high price of farm I ers is now back and gelling around mplements In Canada should sland cruLcbes. lie lost a ICE in France out ia relief as a situation wbkh There is no use trying to conceal the that both farmers and miners should be remedied. Now ihe ;ijcsc p3Tls are" .gai agilatloD for 'cheaper larm ition nod the proposed disfranchising Implemeuts should count, and the food of a Dart of tbc voters. 1 control board o( (he province acted i Scieral fi'lds of alttlfa wiU lie and most of it with prlmm al- t at Carnarvon. (From Our Own CarrespomtenO Coaldale. Sept. of urdiy uud Suuday hindered iho thresh- Jaff operadous Tor a few days, t.ut It wad sot without Us valuo hi other TLo rifts arc all running and Iti nearly every fleM llie yield [a better tlmu was expected. TLere lias been a bis rush on the part of nil who hare threshed in get I heir" jralu to (he elevator iludcr ihe fixed some UIUD ago, iml uoar that tlje price fof 1517 crop'U deQn- ilely pel I led may kuov what their crop U worth. Tito price Is Somewhat teller than we to some (Iiua ago would oblsfn. and there- should ho no tllasatlafai'iloii. eipect that other prices will bo accordingly. The harvesters, and threshers arc enlivening the'dull monotony of things by a ''hard thue" Janco in Iho liuM uu Friday night. A mimlcr ot youog men from this district, eligible for military a en-Ira In Uiit-lo Sam's onuy, hava regtstvrcd and some n.ave bpeu drafted for ser- vice. t Two Thoughts About Your .Overcoat! DON'T BE TOO EASILY SATISFIED. MAKE UP YOUR MIND THAT THIS YEAR YOU WILL HAVE ALL THl GENEROUS OVERCOAT LUXURY YOUR MONEY WILL COMMAND. COME WHERE THE GOOD OVERCOATS ARE MADE. COME Overcoats to T. C. RIDPATH W FIFTH STREET S. PHONE 730 A Saving to A duty to our "Boys" wisely.ia arnwlng official attention to Ecme wil! secure sed from the disparity which eilsta. the Kane Eiperlmeutal Farm at Iron Springs. Her. C. Knox a trav- eling divine of the Presbyterian ner- suasioa, -will bold service for the min- ers on ihe 23rd. His leit will be. "He that beHeveth aot shall be damncil." Many fields of wheat have gone over 30 which we consider gobfl for tnia year. New land" buyers arc looting ua over crery day. Barclay Webster. K.C.. Kentvllle, iV.S.. has bec-ti appotnleJ Jtidge ot tho county court for district N'o. 4. com- the counties of Kings, Hants nd Colchester, lie succeeds Judge rice of .wheat fs fired; rory good Arcument alandard should he fixed. And'brwd Toronto. SepL Mall and Empire has the Following London cable .oday: "The Timea prints a hiEhly lauda- tory editorial on Reading person- ally nnd his mission generally, conclud- ing as .follows: "We.know that the United SUtcs means lo put men, material and money Into the to whatever eilenl may be necessary until the struggle Is end- ed ID Victory. are not In the least ashamed lo say we rely on tbe Ameri- cans. We are proud oTJl. Bonar Law said on Wednesday at the luncheon to Medill McCorxalcfc Ihal wlthouL tbe financial aid already given by the Un- ited-Slates the Bltuallon of the al today would In' a dlsaalroua posl- ilon. "We can say this with complete appreciation of the grand response be- ing made by the American people, bul we are of one family and are Just proud of what the Americans will do as we are entitled to be of our own ef- forts In the allied cauee.'" NEW DAYTON {From Oyr Own Corrtsponflent) New Dayton, Sept. Gust. Held Thursday. Oscar was the guest of Dr. and Sunday. J. CroTTc, froin St. L-ouIs, Mo., spent Sunday with Gust. Kaupp'and family. Trny'echocl opened 3Iouday with Miss Kirk as teacher. Mr. aud Mrs. Peterson cnlcrlained arid Mfs. Rents, Mr. and Mrs. Steward and Mrs. Deiton, Sunday. Jlr. Selser and son 'from Selby, Ohio, were the fuests of Mr. and Mrs. j Gtiat. Kaupp, Monday. Mr, nud Mrs. Hoi Rtslnger and son, Harold..called on Dr. McCallum Tucs-! day.- I Roy Wood Is under ,lhc doctor's care and Is lurfiatened witb appen- dlcUls. John Keefe 13 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kflupp. He has returiied from polls after spending the past six months In lhat vicinity. Miss Minnie Henderson, from Great spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Mrs. Kaupp. Mr. Snapp, (ram Raymond, was the ;uest of Air, aad -Airs. Stovaf, Sunday. Mrs. McDonald entertained qulto a Dumber of lady friends at Saturday afternoon tea. There was a good attendance al the meeting ol the Ladies' Aid ol the Presbyterian church held at the.resi- dence of Mrs. VVMtcsel The- hostess served a delicious luncheon. Mrs. Tom McKay la again In Lclh- brldge hospital for PROMOTE TRADE. i-ondon, Sept. dispatch lo neuter's Melbourne lhat the j Australian govcrnmorjL haa decided lo appoint Irade represenlallFea In the Untied Stales and other countries for Drls--Gen. J. D, Jlaclachlan. D.S.O., arrived ou an American ship from England to bccnrnc' nllitarr attache lo tbc Uriluh embassy at Washington. He held the same position In 1911 and 1912, when, he to. England. At the beglQiiijaj gfi.Uje war he went lo France in a batlGllon and waa wounrlcd .early in aclioii. .Maclachlan .was nccom- panicrl by Lieut.-Col. X! C. Murray, P.S.O., a former member, of the houac Of slstant. STOP! Exci'lleiii ilaii Section of Irrigated Land Half Mile East of Cttalctale. COX CO. LETHBHIDGE PHONE 1809 PRICE TERMS Will Surprite You. Buy biscuit in in kins. saving in cenH to you and a duty to the boys at the frool whose foot1, ii largely lupplled In tins. An authority tells us that hundred million tins are needed (or pork and beans alooc. We pick SOM-MOR Biscuit FAIRV Biscuit and a full line of sweet biscuit direct Irom the oven in parafline- lined cardboard cartons. Our system ofdistrib ution makn them reach yoa in the frethest possible being in tins. Yam Citar f fri Am. Biscuit Co., Liailtd STEWARDS Stewards capable of looking after Messing 'Arrangements officers and small ships com- pany arc wanted for service during l the war on the ships now being com- missioned for Canadian Naval Patrols Applicants must be British subjects ol 20 to 50 yean.. "Wages day and {ZS.OO separation. Free food, lodgirujs and kit. BOY STEWARDS onder 18 will ibo be required.- Pay, SOc. a day. NflAreit Naval Recruiting Office, r or Ic the ofj the Naval Service, Ottawa. rkp.rtBciil ot Ninl Scrrice, itiing ivoom THIS LECTURE. ,ifor lhat mailer. obended tbe Red Al nineteen" Mr. Frederick Vllllera, Ihe ismouB arlJat and corrtapondent, lad his baptism of fire. He seems quite E5 acLtve and Juat as keen 29 he wa.3 In Ihose days. There la much of Ihe beau eahreuv in his a'ppearance. The no me of. tnls veteran "special" roust be known lo a large number oi people In orery capscfally Itiosc memories go back to the ''eighties" when flcgpcme iighl was Inking place In the Soudan. M what excited Interest we turned OVOT the of Ihe lllualraLed papers, saw the name ot Frederic Vllllera, and inido him one of boyfiood's hsrota. For Mr, Vhllers went aci___ the Stewart, and every man In Ihe'cofdrnn took exactly Ihe earne risk. War has taken up frost of-Mr, VllUeri' life; anfl wherf he tomes (o Wcaley church on Eept. 21, he will relate bfa Inlenacly Inlcreat- Ing iipbriericeg. In the prdncnt cam- raljpi, Ills drawlngi and photographs wJll adinlraMy Uluilratc tlic story. He will speak under, ihe Ru-tplcca of Set S pecials Iho purpose of developing Irtde. export Join the Whole-Wheat Club for food conservation whole wheat foods for meat. More real body-building nutriment for less money. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is 100 per cent, whole wheat in a diges- tible form. Nothing wasted, nothing thrown away. Deli- ciously nourishing for any meal with milk or cream and sliced peaches, bananas or other fruits. Made Canada. Fumed Dining Room Set buiict, having two drawer, larse cupboard. A 1i Inch 6-runt eitenslon taWc, one arm chair anil five sldo cfialra with padded RcRulnr Price........... A Walnut Dining Room Suite THAT DESERVES ATTENTION.' CoDslating ot a Luflct, table, chairs and china cabinet. You have lo ace this set before you can realize Ibe beautiful lines It is made on. Ilcgubr f115.00. Jacobean Oak' Set Thlt sctla ono or our runny Period ilcElgn3 tliat nre so favofllc nt the present UinQ.'BuffcL IA large but (loos not look insEBlve. A .heat, pcdcslal cx- Lenilon table and all lea (.her chairs. Just Llic set for a smill bungnloiv. Hegular v ODD PIECES IN ANV FINISH. Room Tables from Buffets from id Chairs, in sel.s, 1 nnu and 5 sniiill, from to 357.75. Blankets and Comforters We arc allll glrlns away al prices unheard ot, dial tn-aullfijl Scotch Wool niankcl, known as "Lammormoor." At jiair. Selling regular elaowhcro ul {15.00. Only, a few'more of our special price Comforters left. Come and out IDnr winter winln and will flallafy you as lo. price. YOUR LAST CHANCE TO BUY LINO AT OLD PRICES. Congoleum Rugs We have ]ust received another 'large thlnincnt ot (ho famous .Art Hugs. .AH siren In alocfc nl. prices ranging from to amir-ding to Linoleum Tnlaiil, lineal yard Ordinary, per lineal yarrt Olldoth, per lineal yard BUY NOW BEFORE THE.PRICES AVDANCE. BAWDEN Greatest Home Agencies at Sulu. loon, Calgiry, mod Vancouver Traction Engine REPAIRS Wo are well equipped to handle lit klndt of repair work on either or gu Only high clan work Itavu cur (hop, and we Will quote you that ire right NIVEN BROS. 216 Flrct Ave- S. Phont Buy a- Staude and a Ford OUAnANTEED 4 HP. ,T, BASS, CHIN FARM LABOR Phone or. Write Beas- Icy Employment Agency ifor Your Farm Labor We hive Urge number of good men arriving r.very day. We have on our num- ber of good cooks, mile md fe- male, Mpnriter mtn and iteam with good paperi. We .can alto pltc< 25 bundle teams it attractive figures. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU MB. WEIR, of of Agriculture lit Edmonton hn opened in office In of Trade Building, Iff the dlttrl- buitlen of labor In touttitrn Alberti. arnl men In ittrch el work on ftt together by Mr. Lament Cill. tr BOARD, OF TKADE HUILDING LETHBRIDGK ;