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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE l'OUU LETimnmoE DAILY. HERALD MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. letbbrtbo'e "fteralb letbbrioge, Hlbeita WEEKLY ..DAILY AND Subicrlptlon Dolly, delivered, per week Dally, dellvoved, per rear Billy, by mail, per year Weekly, by mall, per year IQo ..S5.00 ..53.00 Weekly, by mall, per year to U.S..51.BO TELEPHONES Business Offico Editorial Ottlco W. A. Buchanan John Torranco Jlanaslns Director Business 1152 Dates of expiry o[ subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label. Accept- ance of psjiers atter expiration date is our authority to continue tho sub- scription- Your King and Country need you right now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Never since the beginning at tlie war have conditions on ail fronts ap- peared so favorable to the allies. Cer- tainly never have the British forces shown the same success on the offen- sive as they did during the latter part of last week. With the taking of Flers, Courcelletie and Martinpaich and in- tervening woods, the German third line was pierced. It is-hardly to be expected that the Huns can prepare guch strong lines of. defence as those that have been broken since July_ 1. and faster progress may now con- fidently be expected, if it is within the plans of the allied war council to push their gains at the Sorniue to the limit. Witt, the taking of the towns of onne. Combles and Baupaume it will be the encc by the man whose nnmo appears on tho atllduvit. The envelope Is then placed-In the bus In the presence ot tho voter. Tho 'MS is reauired lo be securely closed and sealed, and to be scnf to the deputy provincial secre- tary at Victoria. After the required four weeks following the dale of the election at home have elapsed, "the deputy provincial secretary shall open tiio buss, and after exhibiting them to enter in a poll book tho mime ot each voter, his rank and tllo name of the military.unit in which he is serving or last served." The aarnq official "shall then open the en- velopes and put the ballots, without being ope'ned or examined, into a bal- lot box. After all such ballots have been PO deposited each box' shall be tV.e votes counted.'1 -But.'" says the act. "if any bag or envelope appeal's to have been opened the envelope or bas stall he de- stroyed." The counting of the votes on pro- hibition and woman's suffrage does not take place until January 1. It is easily understood why it is so freely.charged that the.soldiers' vote is open to manipulation. The provis- ions of the act provide all sorts of loopholes. Such an act could only be devised and adopted by a government fearful of the verdict of the people. The verdict of the people actually re- sident in B. been'so pronounced Uiat.it is hardly, likely the Bowserites will endeavor to manipulate tilings. If they do, there may be a revolution instead of a political upheaval in B. C. Bennett for Alberta leader! so with Geo. Hoadley still alive? expected If the Germans fall back on their new Douai-Cambrai-Laou line, and it they do they will have been forced to give up much of their French territory held for two years. The success of the allied army on the Macedonian front is continuing, the Serbs having pushed to six miles north of Fiorina. The Teutons admit retirement there. What action will follow the kidnap- ping of the fourth Greek army by the PICKEDUPIN JLASSINGI THE BtTSY MAN The four western provinces arc Grit and dry. People must think that's a pretty falr-eemlihuiiion. I The Italians are again on .the offen- sive toward Trieste. The Austrian seaport is due to fall for the Italians are out to do it. So R. B. Bennett is to lead the op- position in Alberta. Well, he has our consolation; he can't be any worse as a leader than his predecessor. No need of straining yourself to learn the pronunciation of the new Greek premier's name. It is Callag- vyeropoulos. But there'll be a new An aero or land in Xova Scotia is said to have'produced' 500 'bushels of potatoes. Women are now working in the Canadian 'Pacific liallway company's freight sheds nt Toronto. Lady Eileen V.'ellealey, daughter ol the duke o! V.'ollir.gton. was married at London to Cuthbert. an avia- A prominent figure in the business and military spheres of Montreal lias passed away in Major Cradock Percy Booth Simpson, in Iris 46th year. John F. Pchultz, for many years actively connected with the Brant- iL'ord Y.M.O.A., has been appointed general secretary of-that institution. The Maple Leaf Rubber company lltts purchased a large tract of land ic Belleville and has commenced lay- ing the foundation of aa extensive plant. Seven out of the "eight B'railtford hotels want to run "under the new license after prohibition'conies into effect. "_ With one- or, two' exceptions Chat- ham druggists have'definitely decided not to handle liquor under the new prohibition law. Dr. Sun Vat-sen, the most radical of all the Chinese republicans, has re- turned to. Shanghai from Japan, and is again sitting in the high council of the more extreme Chinese reformers. Dr. John BroMm. juii.. area super- sur of military work in Ontario and liehec. has been appointed associate euersl secretary of the national coun- oi :he Y.M..C.A.'a The Duchess [of fiQnuaught's fund n belmlf of prisoners, of war has ratributed nearly for com- irts and necessaries for men in Ger- au prison camps. For the first'time in 1000 years :ho Heavenly Classic." as the Chi- ese Mohammedans call the Koran, to be translated from the Arabic uto common Chinese. Ourselves the better tjerve, By .serving others bast." riiiii wo may belter serve oui'iniuiy .friends in Southern. Alberta WE HAVE' OPENED A PERMANENT BRANCH IN THE SHEKLOCK BUILDING Which is .fifth' equipped lo handle' your shipments; to give you up- to-the-minute and to transact your liushuisis'tiii Calgary or Winnipeg drain Exchanges. James Richardson Sons, Limited GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING. W. J. Lloyd, Manager of Lethbriilge Branch PHONE 777, 365 or 1072. Teutons remains to be seen, but if one tomorrow. Greece docs not strike now she will' be an international football in the future. Definite action from Greece eaanot now be long delayed. The introduction by the British of armored vehicles of some kind that can advance over any .kind of ground was the feature of the week-end flgbt- Ing. These monsters seem to have proven a success and may add greatly to the success of the Somme push. The Eye Opener In its last issue puts it this way: "It is said that the reporters of the London papers who recently interviewed Sir Sam all wore gas masks." After the B. C. election the Toronto World forecasted the formation of a "New Day" party in Canada. Wh> THE SOLDIERS' VOTE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA Roughly, fiome thirty-one thousand men have been enrolled in the Cana- dian Expeditionary Forces from Bri- tish Columbia. If any one of those inot call them the Futurists? But prob- the "New Days'1 will remember the Bull Moose. "Calgary Centre of the Cold said a recent News-Telegram head line. We just knew Calgary would soon be copping the weather. Medi thirty-one thousand men, immediately ine Hat has had it altogether too before enlisting, had resided for six 2nentlis in any electoral district in the province of British Columbia, and if he Is not actually fighting in the .tren- ches in France or elsewhere in Eur- ope, he has the right, to poll a vote in the.election. The milliard forces vot- ing act intended that the soldier in the trenches shoiild vote also, but the British war office eliminated that.fea- tlire of the act. Only the soldiers in camp, in nospital, or on leave are al- lowed to vote, and the time for polling these votes seems to be any old time at all. One thing is stated positively in the act, namely, that "within four from the election the deputy provincial secretary shall open the soldiers' vote in the presence of scru- tineers at That is, the re- sult of the campaign ended last will not be known for about four after' Sept. 14, the polling day.' A good deal could be said about the injustice of allowing votes to be taken at different places and at different tiisss, throughout, the Empire m'en and boys, many Jof re- turned to their former status in Bri- tish Columbia, would, be unable to exercise the franchise. Let-that'pasi The real travesty is bound up in the regulations attending the reception of the soldiers' ballot. Upon receiving a ballot paper, the volunteer according to the provisions of the act, may mark the same for whom he de- sires, "He shall fold it. and place the same in the envelope." "The en- so-called, has printed on ill front side an affidavit which requires the soldier to sign his name in full, denote his rank'and sol- emnly to affirm (1) that for six months immediately preceding his enlistment he had resided in such and such locality in such and such an electoral district in British Columbia; 12) that he has not marked any other ballot paper m connection with the present election; and (3) that he is a British subject and of tho male; sex. On the back of the envelope is printed a cer tiflcate form which is supposed to be filled in by. tho presiding officer who guards over the bag which receives ;the ballots. He is called upon to cer ong. The Stratford Herald suggests H Morphy M.P. for North Perth, for 'ostmaster General. The St. Thomas Times wants J. E. Armstrong, M. P East Lamhion. But why the rush What is wrong with Hon. T. Chase Casgrain? Bo the Tories want to ge rid of the best type of French-Cana [ian they have in the Dominion cab Although no new grain has ar- rived at Calgary for inspection, from the country districts of Al- berta as yet, much wheat has been shipped to Lethbridge from the southern rural sections, and a great deal has gone to Fort Wil- liam and Port Arthur. The above is an innocent little item from the Calgary News-Telegram. I s one of the best arguments tha lould be advanced for the location o the storage elevator at Lethbridge Of course the News-Telegram woul not directly admit that, but this para graph, from its news columns relate tbe actual situation. "Faulty Nutrition and are the cause of the most of the ailments that afflict human beings. Too much indiges- tible food and lack of power to throw off the poisons that come from indigestion lead to a long line of distressing disorders. Avoid them by eating Shredded Wheat a simple, elemental food that contains all the body-build- ing material in the whole wheat grain, .including the bran coat which keeps the intestinal tract healthy and clean. Delicious for any meal in combination with PAGE) and that the French assaults south of the Bomme were repulsed. Italians Make Progress Italian troops are succeeding in ttieir new offensive toward Trieste, Home says. Several important posi- j tions on the line of the Vallouo were j taken from the Austrians, and tho Italians also captured more than 1000 prisoners. CARTER SAYS HIS LETTER WAS FALSE Winnipeg. Man.. Sept. Ag- ricultural College Commission adjourn. H. on the The Germans themselves were mass- ing at several points, it a'plicars, with a view of altacks to re- cover some high uroitml they had lost. The British anticipated the German ._.........- attack witii their oivu onslaught, as- written to the Public sisted by their new hell machines, whose secret they liad been keeping np tljeir sleeves lor such an occasion ed today until next Thursday. Carter, contractor, who was witness stand for tho greater pait of the session, tout the Con at this. Grman Losses Immense Works Department on August 17th, 1915, was false and written when he was angry. The letter asserted that the reason for raisins the power house tender by was lhat the original The account of both the' wounded j tentier was too low, and that the De- Jritish soldiers and the prisoners ta- nartmeut had granted the Increase Commission- ken from all parts of the line agree that the German losses were immense. As a rule the forces in.the front line _ trenches supported patrols in tlie-shell I craters in the Sonime battle area in small numbers with a plentiful supply of machine guns. This means a small- er force exposed to artillery concen- tration in _case_Qf Will! ill" machine guns'Silenced and the front trench taken, the reserves expected after some controversy. er Gait said Mr. Carter's frank explan ation was very creditable. CLOTHES RIDPATH The choice of the man who is particular about the kind of clothes he wears. RIDPATH The house of style, fit and service. Phone 730. 407 5th St. S. PRES: WILSON'S 'SISTER IS DEAD New London. Conn.. Sept. Anna Howe, sister of President Wil- son, died at C.40 a.m. today. Glass of Hot Water Before Breakfast a Splendid Habit iluleei of lyit.m rooming nwiy the polionoui, itignant ttiitur. Those of us who are accustomed to fool dull and heavy when wo arise; splitting headache, stuffy from a cold foul tongue, breath, acid stomach, lamo hack, can, both look and feel as fresh as'a daisy always by washlnE the poisons and ivum thu body with phosphated hot water each morning. We should drink, before breakfast, a glass of real hot water with a tea- spoonful of limestone phosphate in it to flush from the stomach, liver, kidneys lind ten yards ot bowels the previous day's indigestible waste, sour bile and poisonous toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening and purifyiua the entire alimentary tract before putting more food into tho stomach. The iiolion of limestone phosphate hot Y.-at'ii1 on an empty stomach lo wonderfully invigorating. It cleans out all the sour terniBntatloiiE, suses, waste and acidity and gives one n splendid appetite for breakfast, and It is said to bo but a little while until the roses begin to appear m the cheeks. A quarter pound of limestone phosphate will cost very little at Ilia drug store, but Is sufficient to make anyone who is bothered with bilious- ness, constipation, stomach trouble or rheumatism a real enthusiast on ths subject of internal sanitation. Try it and you are assured that you will look be'tter and feel better in every way .1. D. lliginbotham Co., Ltd., Drug- Uists, Lethbridge. Advt. LOST ONLY ONE PACKAGE Spokane, Wash., Sept. two years pieces of baggage have passed through the Spokane Union railway station, with the loss of only one package, according the report of Superintendent James P. Rogers. ..under of the artillery fire on On Chando, an island 100 j thelr (j) rctal.e ,t ,JV colmtel. at- tacks. Thus the Germans intended to attack. They had massed large num- bers of men in the front trenches. outheast of Korea, one in anj rchipeiago .of several hundred, three olporteurs sold -174 Gospels before j reakfast one morning. Six native Christian Indian officers ud Sepoys have np to the present :me won the Victoria Cross, and others have been decorated vita the Military Cross. The Rev. Canon'Simpson, D. C. L.. if Charlottetown. has supplied a conl- ilete outfit for Church of England ommunion services, 'for the Xova icotia Highland brigade'at Aldershot amp. Royal warrants have been gazetted nstituting a bar for the Distinguish- d Service Order, and for the Military Iross, and ordaining the'recipients of he cross are entitled to add the let- ers M. C. alter their names. For using abusive and insulting lan- ;uage in speaking of Canadian sol: jiers and the King, George M. McDon- ild, a returned soldier, was sent to ail tor thirty daya by Magistrate Leg-1 ;att, of Windsor. These were not only causht by the surprise of tile sudden blast. of the early morning; concert of the British guns preceding the cliursc of the Brit- ish infantry, but were raked by ma- chine gun fire from the "tank" cars. As the Germans were in new trenches which they had built as best they could under tho, cpntiniial shell lire and as they hatrrio dlisbuts and could find no shelter, they were subjected to the murderous infiladc from tin tank cars. 4000 Prisoners in Two Days London, Sept. forces south of the Ancre river have made additional progress, according to the official statemer.t from general head- quarters. The advance since Friday MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order (iet our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. alone; a Eront of six niilss Is estimated at from one to two miles. Seventeen hundred additional prisoners were tak-; en and the total number of prisoners captured in the last two days is more than Germans Assaults Futile On the rest of the British.front the advance Apparently has halted momen- jtarily, while General Haig's men con- James T. Waddell, the noted strike-1 'the ground gained and with- ireaker, went to New York from Chi-; German counter attacks. Crown Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works WE GUARANTEE f HE Jubilee Spark Intensifier To fire any spark plug with two points left on it. It will fire better than new. Can be attached.to any make of car with same good results. A well known Ford Salesman in Alberta is a wonderful device and does all you state. I am recommending them to my friends, and shall be glad If you will send me two sets per return. I have certainly A C 55.00 anrllG.OO. Removal BOYS' OVERALLS Sto 26, 28. Cfi Clearing at per pair......... wv BOY'S 8TJITS 54.SO and np. up.from Now is HIP linio to gel your fall outfit at a snap. M. GOODMAN 700 Third Avonuo B. 'Next ;