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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRinfili. QAJLY HERALD QLctbbribijc, Hlbcrta. DAILY AND WEfiKLV Subscription Rates: nally. ilomvriHl. lier W'-'l't Daily, delivered, iwr year E-ily. liy niall, per Wtukly. by mail, per yuar Weekly, liy mail, per year to TELEPHONES BuslTlsss OftiCO Editorial Office W A. Buchanan John torrance Mar.asins Director Business Manngst by, the dUUUer, ouro i-onloatcd West Hastings apilnst Ills lirotUcr-ln-law. now Jiis'lco Clute. Jolm Oocltroy, of Toronto, misiKvesstully contcstud Peel us n Liberal camliilalo wliilo his bro- ther, Forbes Godfrey, was returned Mr West York ns a Conservative. Tliore uro of coarse many other differ- ences of L'-iiwoon uartuers and rlosc relatives. While alluding to theso somewhat unusual Incidents we might ir.oiHIon that tour brothers. Sam Sharpe and W. II. Sharpu. Conserva- tive, and J. T. Schell and M. S. Schell, TUESDAY, SKPTKSIBKIV 10, 1910 Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers expiration date is our authority !o uontluue tho sub- scription. f Your King and Country need you right now! {peca o io Canlston, Sept. A Joint meeting of the mayor, the cbmnilttco on liealth anil relief of' thi! town council, the i health officer, Dr. 11. W.'Lyiin, and the school board, was held in the ennucHi chambers Saturday laSt to discuss j -t sr-r at the same time. Jl. S. McCarthy. judge of the Supreme Court of this province, sat in tlio House ot Commons as Conservative during present epKr.'inic ot measles aud whoOphiR cduHi'. The school "opening has been delayed two on uc- count of SG uliiuy humus bolag au'ect- od. A careful. discussion of the slum tomnuiis .is i tion disclosed the fact that too many iho period that his Ms imd seem- McCariliy. there as a Liberal indifferent ns to tlio spread ot rse there ave been of a And o( course there has J diseases which have been of a of father and son being j severe character in this locality. member. been a case members, not only oC the Canadian parliament, but of the government at the same time: (he late Sir Charles It was decided that no children should be allowed admittance from homes where the modified quarantine was still in force and that parents same wus still in iun i aim iiint vn Tanner and his son, Sir diaries Hib-j sllollld children within their i upper a. wiio had the disease in hert Tapper. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The two outstanding items of {lews yesterday were those telling of Genera! Brussiloft's renewed drive in Galicia and Halicz. and the reinforce- ment of the Rumanian troops iu Do- Ijrudja. In the former case the Ger- mans admit that the Teuton troops ore being pressed hack. In the latter Berlin admits that the Russo-Ruma- own premises who had the disease their families and away from all pub- K. B.'s white shoes' speech may were deemed to be make his opposition leadership hard i in lhe best interest ot the community with the women voters it is hoped that more cure will I be exercised in the future. Alberta. i Thc ncw school building is in readl- I ness and teachers and pupils will bo Sir Gco E. Foster advised the suc'! delimited with: the quarters. The cessful candidates in British Colum-1 suft- of teachers is complete and all c bia to spend many an hour in prayer- nil meditation. It's give Ulis advice to Bowser ant boys some years nian troops are established in the southern part ot Rumania, while allied reports state that the Bulgarians are lieing driven back, 5000 men having ueeu lost in tliree hours of battle. The Dobrudja front was admittedly the point in the Rumanian war plan, and if it has beeu strengthened as the reports the menace to Bu- charest lias been removed. On the west the French and British are consolidating positions on both sides of the Somme. Germany has thrown in every available force against them, and the nest week will tell whether the immediate objectives, Peronne, Combles .and Bapaume are to fall. There is not the slightest evi- dence Uiat the allied drive In this part of the front has been checked. The Russian drive in Galicla is lraugnt: with so many possibilities that a little es-planntion of Brusslloff's llke-j ly plan might be of interest This' Russian general last week started his j drive which is developing so rapidly this week. The principal attack was made first from Brzezany on tne Teu- ton .centre. Here the Teuton lines wore forced to give way, and some twenty thousand prisoners feii into Russian hands. No sooner was it ap- parent that a temporary check had been imposed on the Russian advance than1 the point of attack was changed to Halicz. Tills town is rightly tertnasi the southern gate to Lemberg. It is the centre of the railroad systems radiating north and northwest from the Dniester, and its capture will cause immediate embarrassment to the Teuton commander. From Halics one railroad runs direct to Lem'uerg by- way of -Chodor- of. and is the main line of retreat which the Teutonic armies must fol- low if a retreat becomes necessary. Another railway runs north as far. as Pukot where it turns westward and joins the former Chodorof. The Russians, Vienna admits, have forced the Teutons partly across the Gnita Lipa, though .the points are not men-, tioned. It may be stated, however, that between the Russian lines and I "Lemberg there is but ont more defen-j sive the Knita Lipa. i This river falls into the Dniester.at Halicz, a fact which gives- this town, an additional value, other than that of j being a railroad centre. Once the Hus-[ sians can pass the Gnita in the south, the entire" position is turned arid a further retreat becomes inevitable, just as it proved to he inevitable under similar circumstances in the cases of the Stripa and the Zlota Lipa: yienna reports on the severe char- acter of. the'fighting'along the Dnies- ter, and it 'appears that this is meant the Russians to be a general and sustained-engagement. The pressure is once more being applied with tre- mendous force. The Teutons have known with fair accuracy in what sector it was going to fa.ll. On. the result we.may form a fair opinion as to the strength..which, yet remains to the central powers in this section. m6st ot the successful candidates are Liberals, he expects they will lie more and so he can suggest "prayer- pity he didn't SUlll. Ul ltin.il'-'" of the last year's force will be on duty except Mr. ChaunceyK. Snow who has Ourselves the bettor servo, Hy fr others best." vo may better servo OUT many I'riimils. in Soutlioni- Alberta WE HAVE OPENED A PERMANENT BRANCH IN THE S1IEKLOCK Which is fully Kquijipod to hiuulie your sliipmeuts, to'givfi you up- to-llio-niiuute prices, mid to your Ixisincss pu Calgary or Wiiiiiipcg Grain Excluuig'es.. James Richardson Sons, Limited SRA1N COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 201 SHERLOCK: BUILDING. W. J. Lloyd, Manager of Lethbridge Branch PHONE 777, RESIDENCE, 365 or 1072, s ago. Probably thought dn't except r. entered the law ollice ol Mr. Z. hit jijsses Mary Smim would be useluss, and since mm Emma Punish. The last named has accepted a position with the Ma- gratl! school. Attendance for the first two weeks may not be up to the. usual um BU hoys are needed on the farms until ta-.-o" it will indeed require Slo0king is done aud in town the quar- 7 of prayerful meditation to.anline will hold a good many lower clean- up the mess. grade pupils. RELATIVES AND PARTNERS IN.POLITICAL LIFE John A. Simpson. late member of the Alberta legislature who died last was the victor of some the most closely contested elections ever hejjl fn_.thls province. Even when de- feated.: tlie majority against him was only ame tt is warth> of remark that .John Simpson's successful oppon diit-'.Ui 1913 was his business partner. It.is further worthy of note that the partnership "was not dissolved. Simp son-and Archer, for that is the firm, tfirl not theh political feelings into business, and consequently tao> got along no matter whether] Jjinitison or Archer was the This incident retails that Harry Cor- Milk Talks DR. J. B. ANDERSON FAVORS PASTEURIZATION -Spokane's Health Officer Re cognizes Dangers of Raw Milk J K 'Anderson, whose un- tiring efforts and splendid cour- age have to large measure been responsible'for the sanitary con- dition now prevailing in Spo- kane, recently stated that, m hi, opinion, pasteurization, when the process is properly applied to milk, 'is a badge of honor. The opponents of pasteurized rare exceptions have long since abandoned the position that the pasteurizing of milk'as at present practiced .lood value, dlgestibil- itv taste or odor. All unpreju- diced, scientific experiments have shown results making the contentions of the opponents of pasteurization conclusively groundless. A visit to any re- putablf, dairy using tne pasteur- izing process will make the old objections appear aosnrd. With nothing added to or taken from the milk and the temperature never allowed to reach a point affecting the chemical nature of the absolutely de- stroving the senns causing thft diseases to which both adults and children are most, suscept- arguments one time advanced, that pasteurization is harmful, appear amusing. -Vo sensible person contends thai poor -milk: is made rich and nourishing by pasteurization. Pasteurization, as we have re- peatedly stated, does absolutely nothing but kill those genns which are dangerous to human life. Earnest, iinprejudiced men like Dr. Anderson recognize the countless opportunities for the contamination of the milk sup- ply of a large, city. They know the germs finding lodgment in milk multiply with almost in- conceivable rapidity. They know, and have proven by rigid experiments that even when milk is produced under ideal tested cows in dairies whose attendants are medicall" examined, and from herds kept under hygienic con- ditions, milk may readily become contaminated with dangerous germs.: They .know that some of the worst epidemics in this country have been caused by the use of "raw milk. They know tiat where pasteurization has been inaugurated the death rate has that no epidem- ic has ever been traced to pas- teurized milk. It is such facts and such experiments that have led some of the world's greatest food authorities" to say that "pasteurization prevents sick- ness and saves lives." It is up- on such conclusive evidence that the health officer of Spo- kane unequivocally says "pas- teurization is a badge of hon- Can you conceive of any rea- son why you should permit raw milk to be served in your home when pasteurized milk can be had without additional trouble or expense? OUR MILK IS PASTEURIZED AND CLARIFIED. Our Calgary Branch, Was Awarded First Prize for Butter At The Toronto Exhibition ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "CRYSTAL BRAND" TheCrystal Dairy Limited PHONE 1576 eiCKEDUPIN .SSINGdZIl FOR THE BTJSV MAN Gco. F. Watts, Jr., boat builder, is dead at Collingwood. Toronto and York county will raise for the Patrlotc Fnnd. J C Gage'is'the hew president of the'Winnipeg Grain Exchange. Tho late Joseph Maw, Winnipeg left 55000 to the Knowles Boys' Home in that city. Toronto Women's Patriotic leagu has shipped comforts valued at ?429. 379 to soldiers since'the war started Ramona Borden of Los Angeles known as "the poor little rich glr has been 'married to Cole Parker, soi of a wealthy Americans arriving at El Paso fron Chihuahua declare that Villa wil quickly he in that S if the punitive expedition If drawn. Three Winnipeg battalions, 100th Grenadiers, Lt.-Col. 3. B. Mitchell, 0. C 107th battalion, Lt.-Col. Glen Campbell. 0. C., and 1-Mth Little Black Devils, Lt.-Col. A. W.- Merely, O. C., have departed for the east.. PTHHERE is only one way for you to secure the pleasing results which users of Ivory Soap secure, whether in the bathroom, the laundry, or about the house. That way is to use Ivory Soap yourself. It has no substitute. IVORY SOAP t@ PURE Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada CLOTHES The choice of the man who Is particular about- the >klnd of clothei he wean. RIDPATH The house of style, fit and service. Phone 730. 407 St. S. 10 EVACUATE! (COXTIXUHII "VllCM FlIOS'T IJABE) en Monastir seriously, a position in which the Allies will be able to turn the Bulgarian right flunk, Lalo to- day the Bulgarians were endeavor-Inn .o make a stand on the Khali line, which ia within the Servian frontier, it would appear, however, that they are in greater risk of being outflank- ed there than on their right. Tlio tall of Monastir is expected tomorrow or Thursday. A large number prisoners were taken during .these operations. Many of them arrived at Koraui today. They complained bitterly against thoir of- ficers, especially against the Germ- ans, who, they say, treated and fed them poorly'. .Destroyed Airship London, Sept. Bucharest correspondent of: the Dally Chronicle, describing the first raid on Bucharest makes the-announcement that a Ger- man airship .was destroyed. Teuton Attacks Repelled Petrosrad, via London. Sept. Stubborn fighting is in progress he- ...v, tween Russian and Aiislro-GCTinan bombed Sunday. by.. our. .aircraft trooiis N.rn, I narently wlth.snccessful .results. Thol'u ynvka. In GaUcia" -says the official j wore no developments 01? the Dorian statement, issued today, by Uie Rus-1 front." sian war department. .All Teuton nl- tacks, the statement, adds, were ru- pelled, with heavy losses. Bombed Enemy Camp London, Sept. (12.4r, "On Sunday night.- our- pickets -east of Or- Ijak Bridge, were-attacked by the en- emy, who was says today's official report on the campaign on the Macedonian front. "The, enemy oamp. at IJrosenik. was FP03E FliOKT aiul fine scenery as well as the duck shooting to be found en route. story was told through Ermenegildo Cemnliua, an interpreter. Silivro said he had no previous quarrel with the accused. Questions About Domestic Life During the cross examination R. A. Smith for the accused delved into Sil- ivro's domestic life for the purpose of setting up some reason for the quarrel which led to fight on the night have you been married? you iived with your of April -25th. IJoTv long Five years. :ifter of nearly a year _ clplfanu te Where had yo feen living for thre is sperding a few days at the Water- 1 momhs prior to April 2oth last? Drum. ton Uke.' Parfe enjoying the .fishing No. S. you living v-ith your wife then? No. When did you last live with your The congregation of St. Mary's church, Woodstock, presented to the pastor. Rev. Father Stanley, a che'JK for 5400 on the occasion his first appearance among his" Hock since last when he was ordered away as a rel? Once -.rife hefore April 25th? December 23, 1915. Why did you leave? Have any quar- result of eye trouble. Though a battleship is a an airship Is a "he." After some discus- sion the English war office has set- tled the sex of the Zeppelin. Here- after the war office will refer to the German dirigible as official statements. 'he" or "him" in Free to Pile Sufferers The amount of comfort nna ness spread over the eon- tlnentbytho fciinous Pyr- amid I'ile Treatment 13 truly re-, mnrkable. A JfUEB trial puckuge will convi noe anyone who "suffers from Itching, uieading, protruding piles, hemor- rhoids and otltcr roctfil today of any drngglst or mall coupon for trial. Take no substitute. FUSE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DPUG COMPANY. BW Pyramid Marshall. Mich Kindly Bend me a Tree emmi of I'rrnmlrt Pile plain wrapper. Namo Street Pfflf" When was that? About 24th or 25th September last year. Is that the only one? Yes. When you left for Drumheller did you provide for her? Yes, I left an order at the store to provide for her. Gave her She was living with her sister. When you came back where was she? She had left her sister. When did you come March 23rd. Did you go back to your wife? Yes. Did you come with the intenttol.of taking the children away? T wanted to go back to .wife wanted to go, but there. were no schools closer than four mills so ve didn't go. How long have you known Tony? Four years. Has Tony often been at your hoasc? Once in a while. cH used to come, take a b. Itle of beer and then go. j Did you see Tony have beer at your I- house In April of this year! On the j 24th. We had lunch with Frank and j Nick Johnston and two others I don't] know. Had 14 or 15 bottles. Who bought the beer? My wife. got the money to pay. for it? My wife. She was earning five or six cents on each bottle. She was setting paid for It? I paid for half. Who paid tor the other half? Prank Johnston. Did people come to your house often to drink lieor? Doa't know. Think so. You knew people were in the habit of coming to your house to drink beer? Yes. Who was renting the house, you or your wife? My wife. court then adjourned for lunch and the cross examination was con- tinued during the afternoon session. Comfort rrUCool Weather A Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater gives you just the heat .you want for chilly Fall nights and mornings. Ready in a minute. No wood to cut, no coal to carry. Lights at the touch of a match 10 hours glowing warmth on a single gal- lon of Royante Oil. No smoke or -smell, ever needed. Dealers everywhere. your dealer cannot su you. write us For best results use Royatite Qi7r-rne economical fuel. Easily carried wher- II THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limited' "The sales of Noblemen Cigars have more than treWtd during the past three months Have jou tried RID ROSE ;