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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta roim THT. LETHPIXinCB DA.IM WKDNKSIUY, SF.PTKMBKIV 19. 1017 centered, pe- week delivered per yeir .brmalLpMyesr lT. by mall. year JJ-J: j'. by mall, per year to TELEPHONES rstness Office J-j Horlal Offlce W, A. Prc-'iaenl and Managing Director ihn Torrance Cualnesj of the v.esl Uut duly heis. particularly or.oreua during the fast twolvo years. Alberta, Saskatchewan, and 'Manitoba were roiit'oatodvvlin the problem of assimilating the hordes ol new sailers which de-jmlw .ujon ihcm between Ihe years 1902 and 19U. Tho coming of the wjr slurped the of new citizens from Europe, and mada r. spell In which ilit. west was able u> recover itsill (rom the rush of Itumljralloa days. The schools, colleges aud universities 0( til- have done great work m meeting the urgent national demand (or education. On the other bund, ihe diKe'eni nationalities froui Europe hive bad a liBserkial cited upon'lhc life ft Iho western plains. Professor C Murray of the University of Saskatchewan. In an address at Sas- two years ago. said: "The 111.' f this province ia being Dales ot eiplry of .uosc-iptlonj ip- dally on addresi lalel. Accept- ace of papers after ejplnition date 13 authority to continue sub- Your Klnj and Country Right Nowl rtE PROGRESS THE WAR The rejarenaled forces are Bowing rjiclr strength once more up- Iho 'ujlllefitld ar.d arc- araiu fac _ ihe (lerraans In action on the Riga ront. nispzlches Juring the pasl few ;s Indicate that considerable sue is has attended their efforts against f ibis province is uiriuB en- Iched by the artistic, literary, and musical which they anil Ihelr people arc bringing lo us. -o birth not realize to the ull ho-.T much Saskatchewan owes to 'uropeau culture. Kvery wuslcal fes thai, each convention, be 11 groin growers, homemakers or municipal! ies but deepens Ihe conviction Iha their, high caaraclcr Is due lo- the. training and culture of Brilaln'sud th continent of Europe." Interference a Ihls time with the Important proces ot assimilation, whiih Is being dlrec ei so co.-isclentlcusly by ihe' cduca tloniats of Ihe western provinces, wi (0 uhlold Injury to the lite ot the rtole Dominion. The proposed dlsfrinchiserocnt act Is a-breach wllh tho best u-adf- llons ot tHe British empire. 'Let tho Ottawa, take their me on this question from that great pa- IrloV General speeches stirred deeply list spring, on Hie future of South UP M PASSfJVG fOR THE MAN A record nne of fSJO and costs wai miiosed under Ihc- Manitoba Temper- act In Winnipeg 1'ollM court. H Is proposed io rates by popular J7.000.050'Montreal requires nd cannot obtain by Ihe regular ielhodJ. j Conscrvalivcs Liberals In Tlmlsfenmlng dlslrlol are trying lo ogrco In tho cliolco of a wlnthe-war candidate. Sites for new schools at Drantfonl aro being Ibkcd for, owlug to Ihe In- adcqualo accommodation at public schools. Inspector i. H. Smith, who for 4S voars was Inspector oporls are anticipated. The Rumanians, also.' are figuring the war dispatches again, and their lirllies daring the pasl week have Ihem success. There are few further developments present in Ihe Swedish situation, al- jongh a serious crisis is eipected if Sweden does not give a fuller and more satisfactory .explanation ol the conduct ot her agenls In the Argentine ind Mexico. vrrjich -irlll embrace trails made. The live childrcri of Pie.-re Mime- anil, ot SI. Anno Des Mono, Que., perished in '.he burning of their father's home late Saturday nlghl. u is officially stated that any sug- gestion that any peace offer has1 been made by the British government .Is totally devoid of foundation. x Harry Massoy, 8 member of Iho firm ot Massey Bros., live slock buy- ers of Chatham, was .seriously injur- ed at St. Joachim an nulonil- bllo in which he- was riding1 turned turtle uilo a ditch. The board of education of tlio Pres- byte-ian church In the -United Stales hos taken acllon asilng mlnlslerlal candidates to walrc' c-iempllon for military service, believing II is neither wise nor patriotic to take advantage ot the ciemptlon provisions." Contracts for construction ot a gov- ernment-owned shipbuilding Hog Inland, PH., and for conslrucllon Ihcrein of 50 fabrlcaled Etcel .vessels let yesterday by tho Emergency usvo sent a telegram lo Ion. W. Mcl'herson, nrovinclal secretary, prolesliug against Ihe ap- wlnluiBin ot Illchard A. Ilauillton, an >i-waiden ot Krontenau county; gotemor ot Ihe county Jail in succos- lou to the late C. 11. Corbell. Tho voterim say Itey had the assurance hat none but a Klurnti soldier would a slveu Iho iwsUlon. Thlrty-flvo cars coiilnlning AO.OOO iuahels of wheat are duo to nrrlve at the coast from Calgary to rx> sent as Lhe llrst grain einorl sblinuent through llio elevator This Is tho Initial shipment of total of IOO.OM bushels which will ba taken to nn unnamed Tho ot i.rade to suitably commemorate tho shipment. Sir CJcorgo Tlury. of the Canadian Paclnc railway, arrived In AS'lnulpeg by special train from Montreal. The object ot the visit of tho vice-president Is lo discuss Im liortanl matters In counecllon wllb the haadling ot Irafflc, especially tho wheat crop ol tho year which repre II Is sheathcU iflUi cower, worked their way belilniTtho mclal into tho, woodwork and cavo the brigade a. (roublosouio Job for Eoveral hours. The fire was nt no tlnia dangerous nnd thq guests of Ihe hotel were nol dla- liirbed tn Buy wny. Waller A. Wllllson, of Toronlo. has luimed as the representative of thu Ciuiadltn prcjs with tho Cana- dian army In j-'rsiice. Mr. Wllllson Buccceda Stuart.Lyon. of Iho Toronlo Globe, who returns lo fnnadu alter sis months' meritorious service. Mr. Lyon went uPle- She has been vlalllng Jier.. 0. McKenzIe and family who have the summer the coast return-1__________________ ed lo spend the irlnter In Sunny Alberta. FARM life, Ihls w gallon held. Xmas slocklr-jB for the Canadian boya In the hospitals In France waa Ihe appeal from He Bed Cross work- ers who were out yesterday, and Ihe canvass will he continued this veek or until the district Is covered, as the find everyone wanta to be In on this, and the response has been much larser lhan WES eipstled. The first hour brought In Ihe amount Ihls nranch was aaXed lo glte. It now. In tended to use the balance In Bending a boi to every hoy who went from Mac- leod and district. It Is novel idea, and the ladles (Ind no diltlcully In thua sending to each something lo remem- ber thai Macleod still remembers .their toys'. -We' are looking- forward with wn.thr, Donuonors wou.a ne much Interest that beforo another out in Ihe drat class, and prob- Xrnaa comes, all our hoys will he .r ,L_ _r Vinma fnr Ihn YmaS nTORKlHE.- e. Humors aro tial A, F- Grad? w.ill he and 'is our win-lhe-war canSIdale, and that as such all parties will unite in making Macleod famous by not baring an but "a nnlied people lor win the war, and every effort vnii be made to thus assist Canada in helping her to carry out this one great work. When asked as to thla Ihe gentleman would not confirm or deny the rumor. HJ6Q Out 111 ino lliau inaa, anu Ihe members of the Society of Friends, whose loyally has never been L questioned, and'that all the Ilnthen- Anstrlans, Hunjarians and (Kr- who live In Ihe northerly dls- -Itricl3 Alberta, Saskatchewan anrl home lor the Xmas Blocking. Mrs. ister recelvec word that hsr brother who Is In front line In France has been gassed rcry seriously. Mrs, 3, Black, received word Irom her four boys al the front, the. eldest who was wounded a snort time f: Ihem have oecn ciaaseu auiong the Immlgranls who have crossed over Ihe line from Ihe Unlled Stales. One- Ihlrd ot Iho so-called American selll- HaaltK and I Heaiin anu iFrom Our Own Cardslon, Sept. was eipecled, nad word heen received from the church headquarters lo place Ihe cap slone of Ihe Cardslon Temple yester- day. A numbor ot (clcgrams failed lo bring the necessary confirmation of tho time na the presidency are nway from Salt Lake .Clly Iravelllns In southern Utah. A illsappolnlcd dele- .gallon from Orion, near JlncleoJ, ar- rived by car for the ceremonies, nol liavlng In tlmo of. tho change In date. .The parly consisted of Dlstop J. Orr. Messrs. Oco. Sllllto Phillip 'Homberser and H. M. Bohne Mrs. Silllto came wllh the party It Is now eipeclert thnl Iho cere mony win'proceed on'Sunday, aspt 23, The laying of this last atone o tho main structure dots not mcan'llia the hnllolng Is completed by an It Is the placing of Ih Geneva; Sept. recent great wsilas' of mfn man fronts' officially ncognli- ed Inadverttnlly by mijlliry authorities .'jurt Itsutd noticec at Munich and Cologne that will' accipl1' In future hoy aged fifteen, for the army. Thli order accounU'-for the re- ctnt Influx' into Switzerland- of boys sent for safely, by. their parents. Oerman Euperviilon of the Swlw frontier lately ...hat been' redoubled facing Baile. f.- Phone of Write Bcas- ley Employment Agency for Your Farm Labor We have a large number ol good men arriving overy day. "We have on a num- ber of good male and fe male, alw separator and en glnceri; both gai and iteam with good paptri. We can also pl.ce 25 bundl leama at attractive flgurri. A ValnabSfe Fealurt ol a Joint Acconnt opened with'thto-Union OF CANADA -----1 names of two peiscms, Is that If one'dies Ihe family funds are noUledup lust when they are likely lo be: most needed .Tlw .survivor can withdraw the money wlthoui ,deUy or fo'rmallty. Think it open a Joint Account LETHBillDGE DRAftCM A, F. S. Talurn, Manao'cr CARDSTON DRAHCH F. V. Manager BARONS BRANCH I J. Blackwood, Manarjcr .i. _.___.- _ Dl II iqm I LUjJiliuai Ktny of them, although born In Aua- Oircniji" There Is considerable, clone work ye i Iria become Ihor- gent food selection. 1C IS in ttughly Americanized before coming lo i- VeetJ in top-notch labout the .1 _._i_.. i_..i .i-n CHaV f, lirCl Ol ItlO BU-CillktU Jiitin i I II IBB 11 !1, uuv 11 i J i-uw ITS In Ihe west are of Teulonlo origin. rails for intelll- Itopmoal atone of the main building Ktny of them, although born In Aua- Oircniji" There Is conalderaule. clone work ye Ir is 1jn lha or C0ur about Ihe building and practically i Ihe Inside work has yd lo bo don Tho heatlns and plumbing operation are now in full blast and It Is hope 10 10 far complete Inese thai carne lerinE can proceed In the bull Jin during the wlnlor monlhs. Ar. BOO ns Ihe capstone la laid the big derrl will come down and only Ihe smaller ne be needed flboul. Ihe courl-walls. The Taylor BlaXe aulhorlllca are expected lo he present al Ihe cero- bul Ihey are dlsfran-'i r--i- ihiseil In the nrcsenl bill. vigor of mind and DOOjr Al no lime since ihe war bejan have Ihe Austrian or German people oi 10W C03t if you west given the iuthorilles any Ironble. fhe very acl of nlsfranchhlnB Ihoae foreigners who have been naturalized, Kpeclally Ihe IVithenlans, who have snlered most generally Inlo Iho po- Illltal life ot Ihe wcsl, will tend to j lolldlfy them, and even arouse hoa- It IS ded Wheat Biscuit. 100 per cent, nbthirie i thrown away contains ___ y them, and even aronso hoa- bodV-building ml- i cincctcn 10 ne iireauui Hilly towards constituted a.rthority. more real DOQy DUIIU 6 will chlof This act win make enemies out of triment than meat, eggs or rl, and COStS much now current. All jhe surrounding potatoes m warda o( Iho AlberU .like will bo i less. Fill' nutriment, u the weather Me.! party or me other, but' ihe tasty and toothsome. Most hosiilo law gov- like the nutty aroma win" to prvtDnt .1____i__I whpflt, CSDCCI- [welcome, town council -mane DeliCioUS With Sliced walerworVs .walo'tri I.Thls act will majte cnuniiea uut ui i thousands of men and women who I Vave become Ctnadlans In Eplrlt and f lutlook. The mere loss of their bal- the countries upon the pro- la the cue of th- vonai pro- Canada. IAS a rcaull lome needed will ho underlain before wlnlcr Bel8 In to 'aa lo avoid of Ihe.pan troubles time, cren ominion Toasted Co FOR SALE 500 MM LAMBS propped March 1st, from Full Blood and Itanibou'Het liwes head in Carload f, O. B. LETHDRIDQE DELIVERY ANY TIME re the 'belt tfuff ever brtd In Csnjdi, CALL OH WRITE f G. HARVEY OOtvi 831 FIFTH -STREET. ;