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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOK' DAILY HKIULD SATUKDAY. SBirrKMBER Ifi. 'WEEKLY Subscription' Rates: delivered, per wMk 1M Daily, delivered, per year by mail, per year ......S2.09 mail, por year -SI-CO by mail, per year (o U.S..51.50 TELEPHONES Business Oiflco................125'. fiuitorlal'.omca >r- 5nO. Xot bail Of into Hamilton linlon niachin- for HO.K Kobovi's man "Kridav." U an j who Juno worlUHl out like ..outwork. When tho disclosures mutter were mad? the Oaltj Commission. Justli'o Call wired HoilJ unitary C nov.- minister of public works j visit l King Sends Congratulations London. Supt. H'- Cooree today the following ines- sasii to Uoiiorai Sir Douglas lialp. British in Frmiuo: -I you and my brnve trouiis on" the hrlillant success just nchiovml. I have never doubted that complete victory will ultimately school, crowl, (rar efforts and splmirtM re- sults ot (IghtinK yesterday confirmed tliis view." Lord Derby Confers London, Sept. ni.--t.onl Derby held a conference vesteniay with the chief constables of the principal provincial towns with- tht> object of testing opin- ion as lo the most efficacious of pre venting evasions of military service. A comminique Issued the -war office, in reply to public protests against whereby llUuil- reds of innocent people wer'jV subject- ed to inconvenience and annoyance, was generally condemned aa, a lame excuse, and it was thought as offic- -it Ottawa where Parliament buildings, on Sept. 20th. __ i ,o cost or more are being eiilarL'oit to acebrnnvcciate mote The traiollers. ami. THE PROGRESS Of-" THE WAR Kiiornioil? allied gains on the i asked him lo explain. Somine frnut in the west, coupled with Wjrc sent vend: ....._____ decisive British.. French and Serb vic-i today that after ac- my their bar-rooms enlarged, lories over ihe Bulgarians, wiih sanr of power house tender guluary Austrian ilofeits at Kauuli suggested tovhim to increase am Mountains in the Carpathians all of tender nml he st the Teuton at- '1'''t a jSoptemljer. 1911. these suce "uatlset.' Hint The I'oanl -of did increase few days later, in [schools next -yq.i 3. E. Sin-ague. over the j servative-conimitteeman, asked Carter -tide that is roiling up against the I tor aml collected 57.500 tor Dominion ci'cmv Friday's was the best war ieloction' campaign Is also ap- ter merclmjil: 8ays yrosjieritr _is ttie in m-iiiv the toll" tlav andjpeared that the previous tender in that line, and that it is despite wooers win iBiacc.ptance.were not disposed to coun-l PrMldeBt Wilson, not hpoai.se of il cnmy ami lilt liuyal illfKO will, receive'a ials practically ailiuiueil tliat, raids ttio IJilke of fjiik'tl to discover any appreciable immhiT ot slackers. Oils jiartlcular niotbod or using tin? military llmgnct should be dropped. Great Wheeled Monsters London, Sept. reference in the otiicinl communication Issued by the office yesterday tn a new type of armored car is the. first. mention of a devcloiunent whicli lias been much whispered about -rec-enrly in army circles.'. Those have seen the new vehicles refer to them while the soldiers 'who re bav- James: 'Ot: luni- you recommended acceptance! have been handling them have given before the big "brcal; will come tender. The commission, About 500. journeymen barpers i the enemy lines, and where. A couple I j, sitting daily. A. C. Gait. Connnis-j Montreal ont on.strilie. 1 ol su-coss like staler." i ternational Barbers' Union: so far lu L bound to produce far-reaching re- AM Mr.'-Hogers wired right back: declined to Stewart Tavlor of..iliirltngton. pro- 1 being You can uiideistaml it is difficult nr'ti-ii f-iimul for me to have in mind all the details.. _.._.... iilitiati ri ._ ____ tbat it nrieior of the store which shooting teresi to have awarded Laner LUUHMSIU Policeman- .Mitchell. He says South of Comblesj contract on the original tender for he mistook him fof a. hurslar. suits. On the vest front the mnnifeSf, however, tbi Flcrs and part of Maninpuich. Bothjwould no; )mYe been in the public in point? are north of Combles to nave awarded Carter the toward Bapaume. tiu'in tinj nickname of "Willies. The object wJiich the designers sought to obtain-was render li heav- ily armored motorcar capable or being iu j operated in and roiid- n-1 less wilderness of trenches, Where lit is evident a vehicle mounied on or- uiuary' wlieels could not be used. Although no details of the car's construction Iiavq been published, the Times says: "Our inventors'i.-ave hot hesitated boldly, to tread unbeaten piuhs. We may imagine in shell bat- tered trendies when, in the uncertain Combles is almost surrounded and it t light of dawn, they saw advancing np- pf railway t'1601 an array 01 unearthly mons- ters cased in steel, spit in the near luture by the.: cominission crawling laboriously but ceaselessly in tne neai government to study over trenches, wire and shell uestion Tdth the department, whether ng ap T'IO Bulears to fall Back 12 miles in'q----- 1.10 uuigarb co i.L Carter should be allowed to put m an one Place. Tins is a bi; gara just j teilder-or be refused the where it will count in ihe move to j ccmtract at all. The department was, isolate Bulgaria and Turkey. Develop- j ao doubt, influenced in allowing Car- in the Balkans are fraught with possibilities of great ending the war. importance in A LESSON FOR GOVERNMENTS There is a lesson for governments, both Conservative and Liberal, in the result iu British Columbia. The hide- bound partisans are a minority every- where. The men who will stand, by the party right or wrong are ndt' as ter to put in a new tender by reason oi' the fact that it was apparent that his-loss1 on- tha administration building would be very I am sure no one will argue that it was to the pub- lic interest to have aitempted to re: peat similar conditions in the construc- tion of the power house in the hope of having the same erected at less than cost. I presume tha file in the depart- ment is intact and will show both As-to by Car- ter- to the. -Dominion, campaign fund during the reciprocity contest, I am he will acknowledge under "Ttiiinerouia as'ssome pcim To retain power, and the respect of the people, a government must serve the them faithfully ami honestly. Minor mistakes may be ex- cused, hut when a government defies public morality as did the government of British" Columbia there will merit; ably come a day of judgment Men break-party- lines and pamsS-thft government that casis a blot-upon the party. British Columbia id not a LttK cral province; its record since its en-: trance into confederation, shoe's that it is quite largely Conservative. Sir. Brewster will lead practically .the first Liberal government the province evei; bad. He has been given power be-' cause honest Conservatives broker away from their party on account ot extravagance, corruption and malad- ministration. The Liberal party can. oniy remain in power by meeting the demand for honest, clean government. The day is past when men support the- party rigut or wrong, good or bad. Thg people want real public service. their affairs to be administered RS a business would be conducted, and in the public interest. "We believe thte demand will be greater now that the women the franchise Their votes will never go to a characterized by the misdeeds of the Bowser government. ns that I never mentioned or sug- 1 auv way a contribution to and I hope you will ._ question is asked t BOB ROGERS OFFERS AN EXPLANATION Of ail the lame excuses ever offered a .supposedly intelligent that given by Hon. Roht. Rogers in explain ation the juggling with the Carter, Halls and Adlinger contract for the power house in connection with the Manitoba .agricultural college build; iugs. is by all means the worst, it is an insult to the peopie of the Domin and simple. Hon. Rbbt. was minister of public works in -the Roblin government. In that capacity he. had charge of the contract In question. Carter and tender was and Mr. Carter on the stand Before the .Gait" commission stated that'he would have been per- fectly content5 to. finish-the contract Bpranse he placed an American The attacking front extends HIP of a red end oner six miles from the region of Thiepval to, the Junction with the. signal Harry Krpbger'TRS arrested French army on ...the right, or .prac- f Ym2- tlcally. the entire Hun of the British In lorK. advayce of the-last, ten weeks. she- in her carriage at Green-j .Having gained th.e ridgs from wich Conn one year the east of Ginchy old ser-ed with a writ in a will! and all Uie old German secund. hue contest "Warted bv the" 20 heirs-'of Jas.! fortifications, the British swept flown Green, who the.hlll against the of German third-hue. ,.As the ceaseless Brjtish nrtidery fire had not permit- ted them to jyjnstruct defences, ihe aatiog the "sleep-killers'." Recent casualty the announcement that Lt. Gavin Stairs, 150 tq the mile, establishing.an- other record in the volume of projec- tiles thrown by either side.'' Aside from their increased'-artillery member of a well known .Halifax fam- fire the British .brought Jntg.. qv was J ''U 'Gartow, son for. the today ot; u'stice Gafrtfw, 'Toronto; armored motor .car.1 because of its pqwenful trenches and shell WbTildn't-tlo harm, dtire'for msm'ster of .the crown} "Carter, who Rugtira icureu might lose "on the contract, -was-.rit enough to come along a few days af- ierwards and contribute of the 58700 to campaign funds.. The con- f not nearly" as poor as the esplanation offered by the Minister of Public .Works. Jusfc-imagine Robert Rogers with his Manitoba practice, sitting into the game frown, at Ottawa, building parliament buildings as against' mere agricultural colleges in Winni- peg. What a, chance for his chival- rous-spirit; to revel in generosity. exchange the other day suggest- ed that Robert Rogers is the "strong" tacle of Mts line. It McGfll when and put the bloody High- wood and Devil's which two j most [Ip-termihed enemies..made the COME people pay 8 cents, 10 cents, 25 -cents for a small cake of soap simply because it is called "toilet" soap. Others pay 5 cents'for a six-ounce cake of lyory Soap because they know that better soap cannot be made. Ivory Soap is pleasant fp use. It does not harm the tenderest. It lathers freely. It rinses easily. It is made of the finest materials to be had. It floats. No soap can do more for you no matter what its price. IVORY SOAP IT FLOATS iftWMltnHMHHMffHIltH Procter Gamble Factories, in Hamilton, Canada William Sloan. Provincial King ol Iranbrook. Oliver. D. Pattulo of Prince Ru- pert.' of Cliilliwack. Latest Line-up The following shows the constitu- the leadi. a encies and candidate: Liberals Crnnbrobk, Dr. "J.-King; Columbia J Buckham: Delta, A. B. Patterson; Esquimau, A. W. McCurdy; Grand Forks, J. E, Thompson; Islands. M. B. Jackson; North Vancouver, Mayor Haynes- Nanaimo, William Sloan Newcastle, Parker Williams; Rich- mond, G. McGeer; Rossland, Mayor Wilson; South Vancouver, J. W Weart; Saanich, P.'A. Pauline New Cooper, Donnelly Bre water; Cariboo, .T Atlln. Yorston Albernl H C Franlr.vMoperly K- D. H Stonart, John Olner Fernte A I Fish er Dr AlcCoan "Kam P.- W. North Okana- gan, Dr. 1C. C. McDonald; Ontineca, A M Manson elstoko Dr H Sutherland; Skcena. Pattulo; Yalo, J. Walters. Conservativee Conservatives Call- tain W-H. Hayward: Nelsph. Dr. W. 0 Rose Simllkamcen, L W bhat- ford. South Okanagw Mas or Tones. Conservatives George Hon. W. R. Klislo, U. J. Long: JJliooet, A. :Slocan, Win. Huntei Wbiteside B re water. Vic- Bcl David ttiria (-1 Hart, Smith, Farris, llclntosh, Your Daughters Matter of Prime Importance ALBERTA LADIES' COLLEGE OF REP DEER (Temporarily Located in Ammboia Hall, University Building, Edmonton South) A Distinctly High Rebidentnl and Daj School tor Girls autt >oune Women onlv Offeilng exceptional idnntages foi their trainniff ACADEMIC COURSES, cover Public ..nil mgh Si-hoo1 Work up to and Including University Matriculation" Music, Fine Art, Household Science and full Commercial Course including Stenography and Typewriting A Chnitian Sshool, Non-Sectarian in all WbrK Spirit laid on ill Discipline, which IE firm, klpdly 'HI1 constant STAFF OF HIGHLY QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED TSACHERS Fee, ModfraTe Fall tern, open. TUESDAY, 1916 Send for Calendai and full information 10 REV N D KEITH, MA, v Preaident Assjinboia Hijll Edmonton bouth Alberta Borden cabinet. It nearly correct He is the 'strong-arm" roan And still he eipec s to "get by" as quoted above. We'wonder if.Sir. Richard McBride is .really sad. May, he not be smiling at the annihilation of the man -who knifed him. jWhen prohibition carries in a prov- ince like Bnli b Columbia, where there are'so .many diverse.elements in tbe population, it is needless for the wets to try and stem the drs wave tlfat i- sweeping over the land. British Col- Hm'oia wllf likely lind, as Alberta has found, that prohibition la not the aw- ful tiling, some people would make it out to be C. Tories did as much to defeat Hojvser 11 any elr-ment in' the. prov- ince. Led by Sir Charles Hibbert Tup per Geo H Cow in. former Conserva- live- JJ.P. for Vancouver, and T.-0, Townley, ox major of Vancouver of work on the buildings That seem thoutmnda of them %o cd to get rid of ed prettj fair tae menace If vir Brewsfor does not But Hon. H'obt, guardian of the peo-. make-good he will have to go too. at that figure. The company had made profit but of worth cated in dispatches, the in evaders of military Under has created, no katchewan since.. siart militarism The Dally The war office seemed infcstetuwii-H the virus pf German nnhtarism in itp malignant form. BAKING POWDiER The Associated Board of the Academy of Music Royal College of Music .LONDON, ENGLAND. for Local Examinations in Music !iis Slajesly the King. Mnsie Examinations 1917 Open to the Pupils of all of Music. 'The'Annual Hxiiminatians in Pr ctical 'Music and Theory will he licit! through'oiit. Canada in JIayanil June. 1917. An cxiaim atian In Theory only will lie lield November nth 1916, application lo be made by October ist 1916. An exhibition value about offered ennuAllr also 2 Cold and 2 Silver VeiltM 1 Music for lliecxnminnlionsand all particulars may be cbtnint-d on opijlicn- tioii to M. WARING DAVIS, 777 Sfiufer Street. Konlreal. (Resldtnl Stcrelary lor L'qnada.) Parents and Tenchers wishing to enter Ificir pupils for tliese examinations slioiikl have tlicir names on mailing I lit. 8 INSURE THE CORRECT ADMINISTRATION OF YOUR WILL Yau bett-r than the Courts how your be divided Insure Ihe correct d of your property by making May, appointing us your Executor yVc carry out your wishes with the utmo'st pr-cision at to the Estate Consult us or send for our booklet on "Wiltj The Trusts Guarantee trailed A iCfALGARY Public Adminutrator and Official for the Judicial Districts of L6THBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY i-etnllndjc offioo'Bank of Commerce J W. Hold office iiutll tlic olficiil .returns are nindo nbout Oftooer The EOl dlere' political will be counted on October 12 Put on prohibition the soldiers will continue to vote until! tne end of the year. But tliere'is'no reasonable accor ling to the figures available, ot the pfeseat rap Jority in ravoi of orohibition being overcome. Tlio foi prohioition is from 7000 to MIOO. J'rorn a fiemioftit al source, the following cabhct slate for the lib erals is outlincil Premier aad prudent or fhe coun C. Bremtci >ittorney-gcnei M A- lta( cjoaalu jniiiSter'ot of sales o Wofc 'thari. trcUIud three months. Have Oursehes the bettor That, wo may sonc odvinauy liionds in AVE HAVE OPENED A PERMANENT lUtANCH SHERLOCK BUILDING AV to- is fully oquippetf to handle vftin shipim'nf.. to gvo pi and lo your busincs.i on Winnipeg (J tain (J James Richardson Sons, Limited GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 201 SHtRLOCK I Jf Lloyd, Manager of Lethbridge Branch PHONE 777, RESIDENCE, or'1072. ;