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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1917 POUR fcitaerlptlon delivered, per week de'.Kcred per yef.r _' mill, per y Jar JJ-J" My. by wall, year _ilr, by mall, per year to UA..I-.09 TELEPHONES ulness Office itmoriat Office W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director 'in Tonacce Dullness Daces ot expiry cf subscriptions ap- i dally on address laWJ. mce of papers Liter explrntlon date u authority to continue tin be derlwd from this lax from {562. to about This ssaln calls alleutlon to the tact that war proJls aro not Used la! Canada. The revenue of Canada Is raised Irom the people while the] profiteers who make enormous proSts out ot the national necessity are al- loved UJ !0 excess war pronts tax that con- tributed iH cent, of the totil rev- enue was formerly levied In Canadi al on Income tax recently sub- tiiutr-d for It. List Ibo total ercmie o! Caclda was f232.WO.000. Ot Uils 6S per cent, was derived from usiom's larltf. a direct form ol Ion on the people, lo p- Wut- derived from excise, 25 per cent. Irom public works, post offlre. Dominion inds, etc.. and SH rsr cent, from the war pronti tax. Tho people were forc- ed to pay while the profiteers were pc-rmUtca lo reap practically unmol- ested their burc, profits ol from 25 lo over 101) prr cent, on war orders ot Your King and Country tint Ycu Right Nowl UP PASSINQ fOR THE. BUSY m St.: Mary's district Toronto aeaUvs say that potatoes Tho fnill vlll drop ID n dollar a hag In two Is poor weeks. 1 Death removed Dnid I'rquhart In his SDth year, at Iho homa of his son Kor Ihe present Iho pell'ion tor a ilvk- fuel yard lor will be laid on ths shelf. lloss Kelly and D-ivId Gowdy. em- plojed on tho Soujhees Indbn llo- .r've near Victoria, were instantly Billed by the premature explosion ot over 100 pounds of dynamite. lu-law in Noftffiarket. V.'illlam _ Lsmb. n letter from the enteuced-.1 OLB yea la W. Miller. llaieu Smith. Kgan. Mr. Kpaa Is jiic-mber ot the f.rm ol I.cffing- well and Esan. ol Warner, and Is both faraer aud dealtr In farm properties. Ho has duuo much to settle the Warner district ,-iud Is not only well a man EHO'S1 FRUIT been proniote-1 to he brigadier-general anil has had a tar added to his D.S.O. medal, lie Is a brother 9! Mrs. F. Pearson, of Salmon Arm. Thelma Stlnson. ot Glscouie. D. C.. and U M N'orboo were both drowned when Iho lattej- Irtsd SK-SSSSVWS The Kingston general hospital re- ceived a bequest ot JlOiv awl the or- i- home 52000 Irom ihc estate'ot OTCr r. a It b of Interest to consider how the to reseue the youns girl who had I British Eovernrnent deals with those beyond depth white bathing, who mafcc fxcesilve profits from the and properly PROGRESS THE WAR It Is quite evident that Eritlln wll be satisfied wllh any explanation jus far offered by Sweden.for the of her foreign agents In acting In >mpllclly wllh Germany 10 promote nlrigues for the destruction of ncu- No formal nor full ex- ot re-fret has as yet been orlhcomlng from Sweden, and this or ias been demanded by the allied gov- srnrncnts. Naval co-operation hy Britain and raucc wllh the Italians in their often- live against the Aastrians is now plan-1 ned to bring this drrrc to a more rap-; declslon. war' Great revenue (or ina'ysar ending March 31. 1S17, was O( tho whole amount. eifess var profits taxes smounlcd to H.J per cent., or J6S9.COO.COO. Income Sanallno raraera bare ileclded lo re- tuse to pay the surtax Imposed PU 'farm iinans nomo the late Miss Jane rioberlson, who died In Kingston recently. Tillsonburg's naval parson. Ilev. Ed- win Smith, who has had command ot a patrol boat tor the past year, has been promoted to lieutenant In the Drlllsh contributed 35.77 per cent- of the whole, or Cuslouis taxes provided only per cenl. of the whole amount, JO, and excise of the whole. [USc LO pi? mc aul properties until the government docs Fomelhlng to adjust matters In t way air and equitable lo th The report of Mm C.P.R. showed that for the month of August there lirs been no decrease In Iho amount of ton- Peterson, an old rest uem UL U.C., died after MV 1 e--al mouths' Illness. Mr. 1'etcrsou was an officer of Iho British Columbln Grand Lodge, A. P. t A. M. KaT7 sit beside llagislrata Sha'w nl Hie Juvenile courl proceed- Ings. .1BERAL CONSCRIPT1ONISTS DISPLAY IMOEPENDENCE. Some.soTernmcnt newspspers thlnt Is the doty, ol the Liberals irtio sup- arrested answerius description MoorhcEd bandits carried I. cards. (Fron: Our or Tardston, SepL 15.- Some threshing has been past week, but changeable.- -weather, showery and n eamvi vorled conicripllpn" to .support the Uj-8nrir fcas not heen; too favorable. in.every measure It Inlro- arc Independent, not partisan liey are cashing their votes and-expressing Ihelr views as (me palricls not BS partlssns. They will vole fur Ihe EOV- erninenl vhen'lt Is right and oppose It when It Is wroos. Would'nt it be well if the Conservative press dis- played a little Independence caulonally? yields are provins satisfactory colony In Alberta. Ho Is a real es- lato broker and ono u( tho most wide- ly known men lu the province, lie has been Instrumental In keeping Cards- ton before the. world In many ways and onjoya ilia utmost confidence of the comiuunlly- TAiER-John T- YVlllard. Mr. Wll- ard Is ono of Taber's most substantial Itlzcns auJ Is 8t present mayor ot Iho own. Ilo Is vrell acquainted wllh tne wjplc In his dlslrlcl and with the ecds of the community, which Is Tie rnlnlne cvnd farming centre. Hrandley. Mr Brandley helped to put Stirling on the map and Is one ot Iho leading husl ness men of the lovvn, nell known hroushout Ihe whole community. Ueunlon. Mr llcnnlon Is mayor or Iho Garden Cilj la is loadlni! bustoess man ot In (own. lully alive lo tho needs of th present situation. J. H. Donahoe. 5lr. Donahoo Is one of tho outstanding men of Iho iiew Foremost dlstrlcL He. Is reeve ot tho nirnl municipality of Dur- Inglon, and a leading figure In the Al- herta union of rural municipalities. A. Pollocfe. Mr. Pol- lock Is n well-ltnown resident ol the rtellaw district, and has heen prom- inent In affairs there tlme. BOVY II. RolKrton .Mr- Roberton Is mayor of llow Is PLEADED HOT GUILTY. Montreal, Sept- Kile Lalumlcre, allescd. to have been Implicat- ed In dynamlllns of Lord Athol- tan's residence at Cartlervllle, ap- cared before Judgo Saint Cyr, Tucs- ay alternoon, pleaded not guilty lo eharie of havlns slolea dynamite nd elected to be' tried by juiy. Ills rial will probably take place la No- ember. PLEA FOR Hejlna, Smltbers, chairman of the G. T. P. addreiseil i mMtuw'ol tie Canadian Club today, la which ud> strong plea tor the. Myhog that Inlerfewncfl ud resaliUoi; had reached which pre- vented the dlllimal capital lo lire ler- vlco desired hr the conntrr. The Wicnipe; "u is stated that Sir Rodraond Uoblln. e.vpremler of Manitoba, has been been in poor health lalely- to contest Iberrllle, provln- constituency rendered vacsnt hy There will he hS-Eome cases of even heavier yields he senate. II as threshing proceeds. Practicallv all the crain is cut hut me [ew'patcbes ot oats for green feed "are now and then. "The last storms have brought no frosts and. Ihe conditions in tint way arc still favorable tor growth. Quite a number of farmers, some ol whom sowed grain as'lite as June 20, are expecting to thresh ths Brain, although 11 was planted tor feed. dry weather sufficient will give 1913. It was Conservative In politics, but somewhat Independen! of parly. Surrounded on all "fides by. swim- ming cnrihoo or" Arpilc! deer, the steamer Alaska arrived In Dawson af- he It li uim o.i ter an evanUul trip up_ Ihe Yukon. The mond did not make a definite reply. uiE hcrd of w-lnjuilMjCaribon was_on- ii. in iinor health lalely." countered about a from Eaglthbrldge. It Is not Known ho much oeLiide territory will be const 'red In the Lelhbrldge district, but I uodybeare and his colleague on the ribunal.wlll have one of the heaviest district in Ihe whole Cal- rary and" Edmonton each have ten so that the population ot the district, with which the lo The Cleanest Range the Kootenay has nickeled steelj rust-proof oven thtt is as easy to wash and keep dean as any cooking utensiL The ash-chute directs all the ashes into the pan, which is roomy and large enough to hold a two days' accumula- tion. -Write for booklet KOOTENAY RANGE lOKDOH TOIOJTO TO1OWTO MOHTmiAL WIHinPIO M.B. JUMILTOX OlCUtT J saSUTOOK IDMCKnOH For Sale by the TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HR EDMUND WALKEK CVO.LLD., D.C.L. HV.F. JONES, An'iC BV.C-BROWN, 'l of Brircha .CAPiTAi. PAID UP. JI5.000.000T RESWE FUND. THRIFT s, cal tribunal will have, to deal Is much arger than the average for the prov- ince- Plans sre now In course of prepara- tlon tor" a machine shop which Is to he constructed on Induslrlal Isl- nnd by the SchaaVe Manufacturing Co. of New Westminster. To provide for the future It Is necessary not onli to save, but also to provide a, safe place (or youf savings. No better place can be found than our Savings department. Lethbridge Branch- R. T. the 'conBdence 'ol their respec- chine )3... now busy and .eterr .man and mpn who under- can' work It he want, o The auttorit- communslies, and who under- :j ittcd not only local condlllons bul the !j object ot the Military Service act. i- "The calihre ot the men chosen lo tie locar tribunals will have H %och lo do b ciliscriplion "r forward men n iot the Domhiioi- ___ il wMch she Is Bghtlng heart can do fi gmch lo mate the licl acceptable In lei are looking after those who-won't work at the present wages, vit. per day. NEW DAYTON'S CHOP New Dayton, Sept. 16. Another me UUL Ishly for Ihelr fulnlmenl. will have been shed In vain, God forbid that we should be guilty of any such recreancy o our heroic dead." Post declares that it is only by means ot combined economic action of the entente allies that Germany can je taught lo what disabilities prolon- gation nl the war will subject her. SPRING COTJLEE (Fro.T. Our Own CorTMpondsnl) Spring Coulee, Sept. three elevators are running-full Wait un- der the menageinen! of Messrs Elliott, McNlcol and .Thompson. Dr. Fcrgtiaon accompanied by Rev. Mr. Ingles of the Presbyterian church rays tv u. held a business meeting at the home threshed SO.wrts that averaged ol Mr. Kmhrey, .Monday of last week rainy week rms passed and not much ,nch lo'do with the success ol the bushels per acre, but It is likely to ex- ceed this, as many districts where Ihe crop I a. known to be heavy have not reported. Representatives ol the Saskalche-, wan Co-operative Societies department ot the Saskatchewan agricultural col- lege, Saskatoon, have arrived from the east whore they disposed of Ihla sea- son's wool crop of IhS province. The Ehlpment was composed ot nine cars end wfl3 sold to a worsted mills com- pany al Providence, at a price double ibat obtsir.al tor last year's output, making- thla years' figure around 64 cents n pound.. ray's, Lomond, Sept. will toon be finished. In this Immediate dis- trict B tew have tieen so ne'rtalfpw and atubhle In ome. esses have yielded fairly good. The weather Is again settled for a perlod'and It will hs taken advantage application. Judge Jackson has with this thought In Moreland's averaged 1 bled In crop. LOMOND. LABOR'S REPRESENTATION BOARDS. 'Althongh II has been pitiif ssl! oitabllEhed. that miners and farmers, 4 who compels Ihe great h'jlk of the ['I liable (o be called'under the first draft in, Ihis'dlstrlcl, will he exempt tram mnilarr service as a rule, their MTTices helng roiinired In Ihls conn- try (o keep up production, sllll the Herald would like lo aeo those in whose power U Is to name Ihe emptlon boards lako some cognizance of the rights ot lahor, and name men who understand Ihe needs of Ihe .j. country.''-'An exerapllon tribunal com T pmc-d'rfVit'eri who are nol In close ,i toBch wltti1 Ihijabdr alluatlon mlgh i-VtaariT make grave mlitakes which ij would 'be Ti fj 01 Hie exemption boards Is lo nempt those raen llablo lo draft who in ot most ose al hotne, and Ihc lahor of wide kaowledge Is mosl likely In. thai effort. This Is on both sum and fall plowed land. 0. "----bus.on stuh- SINGLE MIS i ,THI PfOW-E AND A JlaTBlcY.fnm Washtagteji.'alalea U euten tachanft, sayi that senate Mtlera art'ctmalJcrlnK amend- to the war tai bill designed lo _M the tax rale on war proflls i Ike rale of 26 cent. per and the revenue lo Calgarr, Stfl. Iho clple.ol the single tax lias not Ins.1.- lied itself Insofar as Ihe i-nllecllon o, Uxei In the towns ol Allierla Is ron- cerned It Ih'o lext of a resolution that will be dfiered this aflcrsoon heloro the'13th annul convention of Iho Union o( Alberla Municipalities which opaced IU lesjlons here loday. The resolution was pul In moinlng at lha opening session hr -Mayor II. K, Osmosd of DIdJbury and Its purpose Is lo ohlQln endoreatlon from the con- vention for an clfort to have Iho pres- ent law providing lor Ihe collection ot r_ Jlrs. Geo. Thompson and her 'dangh- r lelt for Spskane Tuesday. Supl. Cottcrrlll ol the C. I1. H. paid visit to our station on his way to ,'ardslon, Monday p.m. Sir. II. E. Kelley paid a vljlt to C. 11. Kelley and wile motored lo Brant on Tuesday- Mr. and Mrs. Goodcnough Irom Illinois, aro spending a lew weens with tlie Jclllffs'. Mrs. Schofleld had a loiter Irom England from her hlishsnd, slating he was ready to go lo France In the artillery. Mr John Thompson made a trip to Lcthhrldge Monday. Also Mr. I Qrcenwod, Mrn. fjTOCkcr Jllsa Scholleld. The weather la most seasonable lor Ihreihlne nnd all machines aro busy. Wheat Is averaging 25 bushels lo the acre ot Ilia lowest estimate, BSIDOE SHARES RISE. Montreal, Sent. The near ap- proach to tlie success ot the railing Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well fqutppeJ handle all illnds of on cither iteam or gaa tracton. Only high claM work leavei our thop, and we will quota prlcei that are NIVEN BROS. 218 First Ave. 8. Phonf The FOOT TOGGERY offers FOR FRIDAY 50 pairs Queen Qualily Patent Leather-Button, and Lace Boots. High and low heels. Broken sizes. proac o e of Iho centre span of tho Quebec bridge was reflected In a slightly better feel- 1 Ing for Dominion nrldgo shares on the stock exchange hero this" morning. The market .opened wllh 145 aakod j and WA hid. A few salei rnsdc around these figures during Iho flrsl hour and at 10-.45 liie ijuotallon 1WJ4 Mu, which Becmed lo.lndlcats confldonce in Iho success ol Ins under- Inking. during thii war. A warm debate CTIx-cted on the resolution. Slayor fiostello lormally welcomed the; delegates al Ihe opening gatuor- log ifl Ihe council ciiamher. Tho momrne was deruled lo or-Maul year In 1911. WINNIPEQ BANK CLEARINGS. Winnipeg, Sept. clear- tor week ending today were for corresponding vveek lid or TJeas- ley. Employment Agency for Your 50 pairs Queen Quality Tan Calf Button and Lace. A B 0 widths, Cuban heels. Broken sizes 3 to These were regular Values 75 pairs Men's Barry Pat- ent Leather Button or Lace Styles. Broken Sizes. TheK were to 50 pairs Infant's Kid Button Shoes. Sizes 2 to 5. Theac arc all money saven. to the We need the room and the money HO CASH will be required all above SEVENTH ST. t. SHERLOCK IL.OCK ;