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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOl'R TUB LKTunniDor: DAILY IIRUALD. 20, 1910. 3D: tetbbuibije Hlbevta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Dally, delivered, per week .Daily, delivered, per your -DrJly, by mail, per your VVufkly, by mail, per ycir .Weekiy, by mail, per year to Slmv (ho 15. siiMlurs !iio front were in the humor to liiuu-k bnoie. they likely butted liowsi-r liurd lit the name timu. Heporl? couie (rora Ontario of wild es.it, ueiuK seen hi old settled districts for the llret lime in yenvs. Kvidi'.ntly, R ICKED UP IN SSINGIUZII TOR THE BUSY NAN "a work in parly, i. Owen Sound tax rate for 1917 will Mi delaying the final couni of the bulling of the H. t'. soldiers until Oci. vivtti'pr Ruwsrr showed hi? strong for liugenni; death Ottawa City he war loan. will invest in Montreal has taken TELEPHONES Euslnsss Ol lice Editorial Office Controller W. Gtummige has mi- j noinK'fd his ciuulictnture for tho Lou- A nay boforo the B. C. election tfcej Hamilton Herald snid: "If the govern-j Felerboro. Ont.. druggists will not to 1111 physicians' W. A. Buchanan John Torrnnce I tjie ,riOdt poHtiail rcvolu-. Director Business Mannse: j (ion history." Datns or expiry ot subscriptions an- j 1-cr.r daily on address iabel. Accept- j 1-cr.r daily on address tanei. i The Vancouver News-Advertiser in nncoof iiapors after cM'Jratlon is to ttlo eicct0ra nskeil them' cur Authority to L-ont.hiua scription. a votp aAvmc I Subscriptions io the war loan in I Kitchener. Ont., lust week amounted The Alberta Pacific Grata coriii-any to the Caamllaa loan. King Country need you right now! listed with tho 191st Battalion. tore sevurhis attestation napars it was, necessary for him to undergo an oration, to which lie i-onsentef order to join River Time? very rightly says thai his .example shonhl put to shame number of single and eligible young ineu in the province. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR All eyes are turned OP Bulgaria to-j day. The world i? wumleriiis how1 Ions 'hut Balk-aa'ally of the ct-ntral, ran hold out. With Moiiastirv the southern Serb city, llkoly 10 tie rei-lalmed by the allied French and.' Serb armies within a short time; 'it: begins.10 look as if the reclamation oft Serbia by her own people were at band. The v.-ar on other- fronts- is: full of possibilities. Tumbles. I'eronne. Bapuunie on die Halicz and Lens- bers '.he all these points is threatened by the following: allied tide, but it is in the Balkans lho fomal that the big break is? most likely to tome, for there the Teuton Hues are' thmnest and allied strategy ha? the_ greatest .si-ope. j Thing? are going well for the llu-j on the fron-; tier. That is where they sinick first.; effecting a junction vriih-the Russian; troops at Kinipolung- WJiile this phase: of the Rumanian entrance into ivar was in progress the Russians; Blackened their'efforts in Galiria.'Thej Rumanians were anxious to establish; themselves in Transylvania for the' reason that they want that territory: after the war. They were therefore! more anxious to make a good start; there than defend, their, own .southern i frontier after'their declaration of war.; Having done this we see them 'now turning'to their southern front. While, the Rumanians were advancing1" in j Transylvania the Bulgarian troops 1 attacked along the southern boundary of being tbe-.pro- vince of Dobrudja. The reason for attacking Rumania there is quite parent from a glance at the map'; Tho greater part of Rumania's southern boundary follows the Danube .river. But at tbe village of Rahova the river- turns north, ruuriiug wholly- through Runianian' territory- from there to the Black Sea. The Rumanian boundary from Rabbva..east to the Black Sea has therefore no natural' defensive feature; like the .Danube j Bowser would affect seriously the po-j sition of the Bovdtm government, j vvni, Mathosou, bus been elected as _______ reeve of llavelojk. Ont., to succeed i Reeve b'emiell. resigned. UK- Fred. Tousignant. of Tilbury, has nrrestuS on a charge o? setting) to buiUiiigs on the farm of W. S. "We Ourselves (he betlcv .sei-ve, By otlici's riitit better scrye oiu'inauy J'rionds iii Soulheni Allierla WK HAVE OPENED A PEKMANENTIJllANCIMN THE SHEKLOCK BUILDING' Wliioli is fully equipped to hniulle .your sliipinoiifs, U> give you up- to-tlie-iiiinuto prices, mid to .your business on t'iilgiuy or drain Excluingcs. James GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING. W. J. Lloyd, Manager of Lethbrklge Branch PHONE 777, RESIDENCE, 365 or 1072. j D. A. Campbell, a farmer Meadow Hftiik disiriu. and I family of seven vfinug cjnilil Be-! The .11. Kuowles. ot llespeler h- e of South February 11101, has resifiucsl-j of t Arthur 'Kmile Pcppin. aged j Montroai. was drowned in the Ottawa river ill Westboro, where he was visit- int; friends. I Brockvillu' council missed a bylaw i Jusi" to prove was imposing u poll tax of per annum 'when he said, "the female of the an uien between the ages of deadly "than the male" we' and pecies of the rules "miusens. acttcr known in Xew Jersey by the sobriquet o: -ornery mosquito." is responsible i for the torture inflicted on' the ankles of debutantes, cud divers other parts of the auatomy pf bu man ..beings, was .'.the'statement made here by Dr. Hugo Kahl, on- tonioiogist of Carnegie.museum. The the lore.. of the culei pungfcnsr: declared that the male mosquito.was a per- fect gentleman, a who sought bis free lunch iu the flower bed. Like the celebrated bee, he lives on sweets. The lady mosquito, says Dr. Kahl, is the pest, it is she. who.. Uie usedielilte 'tube in her proboscis into the hu- man epidermis and-extracts -her drop blood. r The "she" is the big worry of ihe summer resort. 1 A from Knox cluircll fiudcrich. to Htv. C. McUarraiu. oil Mils sustaincii by Uie Barrio 1'resbytery. t i Rev. J. D. Fitzi'atrifk. of Ilycrson i Metlicilisit church. Ilantilion. has ac-: ccptod a call to Brant Avenue -Moth-1 adist church. Bniutiortl. j John Eserter. aseil of Femvick. j Ontario, died of injuries received j recently when a. motor car iu which I lie ivas rjtling ran into a ditcli. 1 part of the southern boun- dary. This.'isr the front .along which the Bulgarians attacked Vhile Ruma- nia was getting lier Trarisyivanian campaign under way. Being poorly defended, the Bulgars made progress. Bat now the. Russian troops are in Dobmdja. The: battle line has been formed e expect to see throw every 'man she the Dobrudja, front, .for. if Rumania wants Russia wants the Dardanelles alter the -war, ami, will therefore press forward through the-'eastern part of Bulgaria her left uiffe resting with the ultimate! intention of entering Constantinople, j And with the Bulgarians disorganized by the allies" in Serbia" and Jlacedqnia.i tbe. Russiak plan looks feasible. Wheni Russia" gets started in Dobrudja pro-! vince Bulgaria will be between Ae' jaws, of a huge nut cracker. Every] day.i-adds-to: the strength'of the alliei( on. tbe north and. south, and it will only a lime till the big smash .comes. Corporal A. D. Belyea. a son of the j late Arthur Belyea, a time prom-. iueut citizen of Victoria B. was killed in action. He enlisted at Van-, couver. The designation of -Miss Kmmti Patethorpe. as a missionary to Korea under the Presbyterian Church of 1 Canada, took pines in St. Paul's Church j Ingersoll. More than in_, motor ve- hicle registration fees were contribut-i cd to the New "York State's .income i by .New" York -city from -February .1st j to July 31; .according to a report by j the secretary of state at Albany. j Rear-Admiral George E. Hendcc, i v U. -g. X. at bis home in Brookline; Mass. -He was born in .Boston 75 years ago. ile took part j v i in many naval engagements during j the civil war. j In 2 pound cans. Whole also Fine'-Ground for Perco- lators, "v 168 CORRESPONDENT' WANTED The 'Herald ivauts a good, v live correspondent at Jiacleod. Daily contrlbutidiis of news de- aired. Coinmunica'te.with News Word has been received. in Chatham i 'Editor Herald, Lethbrldgc. iOnt.. that Capt. Murray Patterson, I son of D. S. lincl -Mrs. Patterson of v Ulltlt city, and an officer in the Royal Army .Modical corns, lias been awarded B E Of Calgary, will prac- v v v v v UETHBRIDGE'S OWN BATTALION DEPARTS I YI n, S departure for new trairn gj quarters of tbe 113th. Lethbridge High- landers, the first all-Southern Alberta battalion ha left for fie Ihe thrill in the hearts) of the people of the for have' more than ordinary interest in, tne unit It was authorized at the sug of Lethbndge and most of itfc ranks here.. It is of the south than anj other unit that has gonaj out with the exception .of Ihe batteries .which are drafted into brigades be- fore being sent to the firing hue The '113lh will carry the word "Lethbridge' into the zone aM thej ivill be as proud ft) do BO as we are to them honor in that way a good account of UiemseUes They are of tbe nghl timber wish them the best of wishes foi their safe re tlirn ?hey'> have- accomplished that which they have set out with de termination to do Master of all Farm Jobs The C.O.D. TRACTOR gives 13- 25 horse power; more power for your money than any other tractor. Ton can use this mr any farm work; will plow an acre an hour '-ill drive a inch cylinder threshing machine fullj equipped It Trill sau Vood, grind-feed, or haul grain. Economical Burns cheap giving the same power per.BallonV as gasoline cut tael costs The engin0 n of fueL One man with" the' C.O. D. "can do as much work as H' sturdy, horses and two men. Powerful The lou tfuu J.A cylinders, opposed type, .which giveS freedom frcci vibration. The pow.er Is transmitted through both drive wheels. These 12-inch wheels havft big cone-shaped mud calks tliat grip the ground, so there la no slip- ping, no lost power. Simple and It's Durable The working parts are large and simple, handy to get rt to adjust if necessary- Has the simplest strongest frame and gear mechanism ever deigned for tractor. -r'ewest gears of any tractor piarket. Self-oil- ing, all parts are perfectly lubri cated. Thousands of enthusiastic over its work. The C.O.D. TRACTOR does farm work better and faster than hcrses, and cheaper too. It meets all the power needs farm, and IK built to cut down the' cost of crop production. Send the coupon today for free descriptive circular. J. D. ADSHEAD Factory Representative .WINNIPEG, MAN. J. D. ADSHEAD CO. LIMITED. WINNIPEG MAN Please isend me circular lit scriblus tho C.O.D. TlfACT- OI1. I' O. Province I H !the-Militan- Cross. i tice law. at Didsfoury. I The Canadian Society of Civil Engi- j Mrj.. wife or Louii' Weller, is out with a strong protest tr !roremnn jt the stavcji works at Port j the 'Dominion government against the, Ont bjrth to- triplets, I appointment by a commission operat-, two anc, a boy ing under the go'eminent of The Rev. John MacXeil. pastor of the AValmer road Baptist church, To- T j ronto, has accepted a call to work for arms regulation in a London, months at the front for the Y igland naptr the Mill I M c Crosa be Torn before al! _ other decorations and meJals lib tiio l Ajrs y wife of 1 eiceptior o' life AiCLoria Cioas and c gan at n-esent in command that tne recipient may add after his j o[ im batullon OI1 the Dattle name; the letters C lront m rrance dlefl Rt London Ont Ike important position of an 'lel" Hamllton Mn ol lhe Iat8 w toba.; Hiscalary in the new position in "S begins S2.3QO- and increases until I nas also K u action. it reaches per annum. j lhe to Y. M. __ 'alien" I engineers, when Canadian engineers are available. I 4n I Lug Rev. II. H. niiigham, pastor of LH'troit is nov: HIP fifth city hot Street church, London. Dnt.. hns returned from a weeks' vacation spent at Camrs Hordyii and iMrccfory ISBI ePtawawa. Mr. Hiilghain siiclit iwo'uintimi is SCO.TTS, iiuly hi'liiiu! weeks at each ramii. llie 1'iun- fit. Lo.uK tho I'ourth city. York, Ladies' Tailored Suits For Autumn Wear Tito latest atj'len demtuul that you biivo your, tailored suit inmln to order In'ortlor to do your figure Justice. The house of style, fit and 1 service.'. 'hone 730. 407 6th St. S. now treatinonls for wounds have ariacn out of this war. One Is hauling wounUs by oxygen, the wounds a re not done up in bandages at all but the limb is arranged in a sort of mullo covured .11 thin medicated paiixo through which from a tuba, tho oxygen blows through the gauze onto the wound, and nurses say the cures weeks lie delivered I'O religious ;xil-1rinlaik'UHihi, Chicago niul Si. Louis sin; beaUlus which tliere Is now i mjt the Irritation which cannot be pop-' avoided In the removing of bandages. Thu other is tbe whirlwind bath ot water for HtU'enad joints. The limb dresses and iivu illustrated lectures, I arc the only ones; larger than tin- City and over 300 men expressed conver-1 of the II'J'JLOJI. Cleveland, LSul- Mr. Binglium slated that at both limoro and having boe camps lie mot with a splendid ri's- ed iii the nice since'H'10. A ponse. jjoiuil.it lou is predict (Ml 1'or Mi2li, Is placed in a bath made of a shape to partially fit it and. then the water at (lie proper temperature la turned pass- j on and revolves about the limb by iliion some electrical contrivance, made to assume the motions of a whirlpool. TeFttmtntB pi i tbe' European soldiers. An, helpers at owner's guests or not, question which the courts will have to decide in the teat action-brought License Inspector R. T. ITemp against 'Joseph Taylor, of Eliice, Ont., under the Canada Temperance section 117-' -According to Mr. Kemp, a barn- raisins was held at Taylor's recently .at which some half dozen, kegs of pager beer were on tap. Lieut. U II., Barnard was killed in action August, 28. He was attached to the 23rd Active Service; battalion, Regiment, and O.fH 104th Trench llortar Battery. He enlisted on the outbreak of iho war at Prince Albert, where, he waft 'employed in tlm Hank of Commerce. His father, mother and brother, and Mrs. T. .W. Barnard, and Kmerson L. Barnard, reside'at-Dauphin. Severn.l Toronto niilk dealers have '.lotified their .customers that a fur- ther increase fn the'price of milk will be made on October 1, when the reg- ular winter scale of prices goes into effect. The Summer "price for. milk is 23 pints for'one noliar. The winter was Igst year 21 pints ftir one dollar.; Customers, iaf some -dairies rco.ived nptices to .the :lhat the' ft-tntcr sclicrtuio will prob-' ably be so that cuMtomore will receive only 20 pints for one dollar. Church. but last two barn raiding the JQara minis er of the Tredeiateil This is tlu> j churches at Hampton ilass may r" turn to withii the next month to organize a "People's church. Flight-Lieut. Hugh E. employee of Murraj McCutcheon, Mather Co., Toronto, at the outbreak of the war, whose relatives reside in Green- wood, 13. C., was liillsd in-action after two service the front; .His father is collector of .customs "a't Green- wood. I-Ion, George P. Graham spoke to a large gathering at when the organization of the new, Federal con- atit-iiency of North Grey tooh: place. He predicted a Federal election with- in a year. n. Wright of Owen; was elected .president: of the j association. J OE interest to liomeseokerS will be i the announcement three Moclis' of land 45p home- atoads in Oie Ncciiako -valley of .Brit-1 teh. Columbia will bo; thrown .oyen for applications on October-9tti..-..'.Thiirc arc 16rt acres iii plot artil the land- is all 'jxceiitjonally rUli. AD- added inducement -is that the loca- which giirrou'iul 10 Grand Trunk inajbMivi, Of the homesteads within a six mile radius. g as usual, 'on Cphimbia Records, come.these two dashing.hits-from They're rocking the British trenches with their peppery gaiety and everybo dy will them in Canada at once. Step into a Columbia dealer's aud hear the biggest musical treat since "Tipperary." Baritone Solo by F. W. JJaritone Solo by F. KHAKI GET THE NECE GIRLS. i- ALL THE BOYS I Ilamsay. O'rchestr: PACK ALL'VOUR. TROUBLES IN YOUR OLD KIT BAG Riinisay, Orchestra iiccouipantincnt. For a few moments of thrilling heart interest listen to the clear, poignant notes of the Last Post." Fnr-anotber of solilieririti Hsteu to tbc "Church 1'aradc." LAST FUNERAL. Descriptive. I A BATTALION CHURCH PARADE ON ACTIVE SERVICE MOTHER DEAR. .Mjmncl RomainV Teuor. More ot Englnnd'a newest nnd best m listed below. The splendifi ing raarcbes will set yonf Iocs tin: soi ps will lliriH you as only Itrcorda can; tiie fun that Cohen iriakws will make you Hiirt they art: BOYS MARCR Belisb'lo, J with band accompaniment.--. 10-inch 1 NAVAL CADETS MARCH. '15e 85c. I Solo, with band accutun.iiiiinciit. OUR HEARTS GO OUT TO YOU, CANADA. -Henry Burr, Tenor. Cboa Harn- IELL BE A LONG, LONG WAV J- i-ao; OMI-IOME. IinpcrialQimrtetle arcat Coliimbia dealer vrahing to play Ihcie. ac-J GRAFONOLAS end DOUBLE-DISC yil Nest Hotel; ;