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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta K1U0AY, SF.PTRMRRn 20. 1MB THE LF-TIinmnfiF. HKP./JJ) Political Evils Must Be Remedied-Mrs. Mcl�inney o Alberta Woman M.P.P. Speaks on the Prevalent Evils of Political Ufa �* -'f/^' '. :"-'(v n * 7 ALL IL S. CITIZENS 1 ir V V * *5 v �3 - ^ Jj 4 1> it MRS. McKINNEV Mrs. M"cKlnnry, M.P.P., was Rrr-of.-*rt with onth uui;f a nn* li�*!], lioth vIomcMtlc and for*dRU. Tho o'd ur^arnou'. that, wouumi would Iorq thnlr l^rriinlD>'y and Unit Ihc tlold of politii-i whs Uxt nnrlcari has worn*. If i l.m lui^huiKis ftTid hrothri's inuat. lw* Mhjio, tim woimm uiUHt �(i to sim� what f* t\ or a plui-f* It. Ik that they aro in. W'h��m womoii oxaa*in�'d politics they i'uiind It w;ih lioaP'M't'^'pinK on a na-i.'i-nul Hritlit, and mm Ihuy havn horn i ' �)p' I in hr>iiHnjio�� for K**n*'rn-t.fv-is it sntmnrl only MiMnral. Ah tmth r '.v:iiu liavi; ttoiniMhltiK U* nay In rvary w-� l-j-'-i^iilatrd houseliohl so both inon utu\ womtMi should have somotiilng to :n national nft'Mra. Tin' wtutruDy anruptnd reason for ih ; war wa.^, wont on Mn\ .McKlnn^y. t1 .idoplfoii of a wro�K prjJilical pol- ii y iiy a r.ertaiu n;t.t 1 \ v.-;..-; made war in^/itahln. Hintory r .nN forward as w��ll an backward, ?o t. i'.dir iral policy of today shapes t!" ;tifiy of tli*� nation -10 years ).��' i:; only our* to use for ih�* ;i'j!ii.r ^ood. Graft also should })�'vi-ral il hist rat ions. Concentration of Wealth, The third evil that \* fn.stenin*.; ,;�!f. tliounii r.ot largely rocoRttiz^d. -lie. i om-f!rtrratfort n! wealtlj. 1 All tlo* � ut,�]�:., ,r eoaonerco in Cnnada ar.-� AH BefWCcn 18 and 45 Who I '�omr.dl'Hi |,y alumt men," dcrlan-d ALL F you were to hire the best *onp maker in the world and gtiTc him unlimited fccope in nintcrinls nnd fncil-ilienr he could turn out nothing better or purer I Ur you than Sunlight � Must Also Come in Person Over 1500 Huvc Ue^istercd Here �:)0.(I00 Tons Have Already fion* Into Thai Market This Year cjMornind, Noon and TS[i/y odnearin� i tho olnctornttiH so that they will lakn 'an active personal Int ; r.luanr.lnK of political life, tIim war 1 with the ballots. Those at home ! 4hi Mrs. McKinney j by P.i�v. t'.r.- OrtKp. Mr. II. Mcfi. Youiik Ravu an or^an flohaction, prayer was offered by Mrs. McKcon, and two Mplndh! roc i la Hons worn Riven by MisH Marjorle Smith and MIsj Muriel Pod k or. J.e% er l.imi�U Tfirnnlo K C. DRIVE All American citi/.enH re'^dlnK horn, whotbnr married o;- nut, must renter under the now jnanpower bill and the treaty between i'.H. and faaarta, m:-cording to a new ruIlriK which has boon Rent to the Atufri-ftn coiuminr hero. Thf prenerIhod ni;ns are botWfion and -If.. I'rnvtously If had heen fltntod 'luit marrlnd men h?.-twoen tho�e p-ko' wonM not linve to rojflHtof until f"'Rs> j in ''anada was called np. AH ii'i'.v have to r''(?i�lor. Another ruling v.-iiirh h/r-t JunJ. )>non mad" is that no p-won can now reRl�-tir by mall. Kvit* man imut r":;ist"r in porson. Local Offices Swamped. TIiopo neu pi, joj; �; arc ha \ ini; t'ne effect of iif'-rn i!v swam pine t h** local American �>. ainr oni'-r.-. "rb*-I reglHtratlon is |.ru\i:ir ;i vast task for ja limited staff ami stream^ of re- t^'istranls come aii'l un from the onic'S ulKhf. and day. Th�- situation is rapidly w.tttntz bey/Mni t)n� control of the j hiiihII ataff her*', .md tae new proyis-; Ions* will make .>v*n ;rtor^ difficult. f'i handle the wn,;, i .^oro than 1 ."�"' Ameriean fitizt-ns ! hato already r-"_v^i-Tfi a' the local \ otTloos, many of -.vlmm fir*- ejporKnK | oalN for sorvir.- ,r, r ;vrniy shortly. Tho Jirui* for final r�-Ki*iratinn Ikik not yet re-en Vi\nr|t huf It. be-lievod it will be i j- t.iim.-r 1::. KeglEter Under Canadian Act. | r>. Smith, n '\\n>* a.--Acrorditig to >�;,-1 rm:tions reeejved j qtdtted in suppMc.- rou-.-' thi- movniii-.: at fho atiU-n m fO'-i-rrar Caivon. at!nf tlo> uhaive of the:' of �\-a-:tr f'nlKnry, all Am-r:' .'in of Uie a^o-s-smith had had an >-;\\ to 4-1, intiht r. -:u�� b�w-u handling eliinfly th" matNt of Hctfl for A ibei f;i rii;i ] *4ince 1\j. j\ ],- m polntment \u- js wll i:nourt in the city, his father and brothi-r hav Hvod here tor .'-one- (ijise. om- 1/i � brother- in tin- fiyim; i orp iia �. ; * won the in il It ii rv eros-i. � "Alberto h;e; :!!rea/|y ; )i ippeil -.n'.. tie1 Matii'o1!,! tuarke; i l.i.; >,'�"-) a,,. j . of la1'I � � ea ."on.' .i id Mr. Kit / 'amir.mi - . ! i "and v.e i-iti supply Them pa-n^ ' j lU'il'". 'Vlti'f' nn Iieerl |n|- f-ie -e[|f!- i inK of iuv,t\ money out oi Hie ennn'ry I for Americau coal Miat is more need, ed on ilie oilo r -ide and in Ontario." BRAID ESTm Everybody enjoys this popular tea, because it hns the quality to s^ivc it flavour, and the strength to make it truly economical Ask your dealer. BP A to'S BEST COFFEE in in cxcettionally delicious bleni!. FRED THAELL TAKES A CASE OF MISREPORTING ' I'rom 'lie ['���,:na raider. *>d!tod 1;v t I*1. Ke;*r. Pan pre-' - p 1 = I ; m* sin1 i {1 *' 11 � j � ; 11::ifi , \\.!1 i t- i al-1 *a a - 1, ':tk, e � . e w .!.'lr;iu:.i * tiie j;r itisl; (.ov?::*.-e ,i luni'h'-oo xl\> n : i th..: P-i; !> -n I'.r.-i-. M.\ liurb.umn \\ ?.m i:i. j in �> i of the .pol,e m-n ."or thu i'an-ular. t!t,'-i:^..r,\ f" ' ;.rrv ; i, j Mil' liana;. -,\ as uerlar. �i ';i'ii'�riiu: e-Mahll hiuen* | i.-,\..^^, , j, mo'1 p:-o'e-a. iti his Vta\t. � 1 ''�dm-tin,: | of Lotd U v h, p..n>onall itu-me:-:- iu : ;..;, m> > > % Tho KniKht.- (�f fijlumlnis drive for funds for their s-oldi"iV hntn af. tho thoy havo,r�Ri.-t front 1h i�roi;res-inp favorably. To- Imn not or'not morrow the drive will culminate la a blK ta� day. when the KniKht^ hop-j SON OF PETER GUNN KILLED. t/> ron.^Idei ably enhanee the H'.itn al-1 Ktlnionfnn, S*�p'. Sherif; ivdoi re.udy ooUected. Sriiiii' idea of whatiGun". ox-M.IMV of aee Kiver, ban i I \ U beinK done in other part- of f'an- j ada for Ibis drive is obtained in tho statement of tho following grants which have been made: Municipal Cranio. .Montreal. $Jn,uon; Ottawa, $;�,0�o; WlndHor. Ja.OOH; Saulf rite. Mario, $70(j; Wontworth county. $2.ot>0; I'orth county, $1,000; Waterloo coiinf y, J2.ri"ii; Hcnfrow county, $S.nn; J-^asox county, ?t"i,lnMi; Kent county, $l,0on. (fOVfirr.nuMit srantH- (Quebec., |2a,- j 000; Saskatrbewnn, Jli.r.OO. Pat llurnr*, of Calvary, hnji bftOn one of tho blj? contributors to the fund, having Klvon $100u. rot'olvod word that hi- Hon. Lance-Corp. John Alexander ('.nun, was Killed in action on Sepo-mber Oth. the Taper dini l' i-i ! crop sor/;e Jand. oti .-hap Smi^h. wlien ttin wheat wa ; heiui: thre died, . win charged w ha vintr fak^n ;i *v.j ] Kon over atid .-tob-n a load (d wln'iit te'fore waiting: for th** final adjn ' merit of the claim. The matter ap-pear;> to have le-eu pretty much a di piito between j)h* nco :;mu. and tho. Jury threw the rharj;e out. .1. i!. I'rows" appeared for thv d"fe�dii�t. * * i * DR. MICHAEL CLARK'S SON IG KILLED i'ah-ary/ .'" � Word wa � r� ' Vi'lj \\""'f:te-.:|;,y |iV iM:cbaei ' s\.i\ n{ i:. d it' e; , t ll, e|. |e .'. t soil. M i''ti  :>�] had bei'ii 1m!]. \ at Hm front. M adiael ('!a i r� b-it he;e w it !i Mo* 1 s7f h a - �"ri:',;int-tna J-u . ir.r on beim; Lan .(erred to :\it over to Kraiiie ffV-i fcfl to Die rani: of p; i\ at>. .md wa- la*' .� raj � �> > a " �> ii-'imred h*. a"1 �; l�e In hi i ';i-i>'!i .Mr I fm !>,.' *ia u did h' ? r-P"- i i tlu- ]a j p �,! up-1ei 1;�.'./ � Ilia! (�> i perr-oiia!'\ . cnp.tiue.I t\  : oi;>> i � ip;, �** ml a";- �!! 1 E !' ! : li" .. i li � M . :\ ' " . >f ! nf.) - t;p. > j ! � r m '�linaiir/ ; t - : -m f )j.� - ! | in'  ; i * ;i.i i a .!r � ii';'';r i w , :\:\A in ' i . ' :j*ly -r; j li i j - ] � v. ,ir * -1". * r  r ,\! ' !i * 1111 i t ivo:?il of V.;, L il t.  l� Your New Fall Suit or Mr>. McKininy. "There**"is Kfadually tTov.iJu: a suspicion that our JKmiln-io:i of (''ii.iila i-i not as mucli of a JciVHT.lcy as We thoilpht it WftS. iVbat c;iu / pat into my lifts' nit mi Id ho ih two ronntrio^. Monnonltos who wore cltizoiu of tho United State* hoforo comtnK hero, and who are liotwoon tho aboa of 18 j and 4f>. must resistor at. leapt hoforo October 12. Although lf#0t> American cltla^nB havo already registered horo, mi MonnonUoa have, an yot ro):lMtoiod. H ifl ntntod that thoro are a larKo number of Monn-onltoi within tho prescrth-oil agon, now living in ihU dintriot. 1 l-ar more effective than SticUy Tly Catcher!*. Clean to handle. Sold by l.�n;r.r.'sts ami Grocera cvcrj-wlicrc. HOW THIS. NERVOUS WOMAN GOTJELL . Told by Herself, Her Sincerity Should Convince Others. ChWitophcr, 3 IK-"Pop four fear* I suffered from irregularities, weakness, nervousn-fHs, ano overcome by thin famous root and hurh remedy, Lydia K. Hnkhum'a Vo(?otablo ComnounJ, ad thonnandH of women havo found by experience. J f compllcationa exist, write Lydla K. Piukham Medicine Co.. Lynn, Mann., for URffcstiona iti record to your ailment. Tim result oC iu long ex peri-unco \$ �t your servico. 1 (From Our Own Cori#�ootirt*nnt) Orion, Sopf. J7.-WJtcnt cnltinj; will be finished by I he ond of this week and only a tow loth of (lax to complotn tho harvoHt operations* for 191S. Grain Is belUK delivered to \\w elevator, ro far practically all the whoat is Xo. 1, Home goin^ a^' high as G8Vu lhH. to tho bushel. Although name mt.H lhroKhed have, yiohlod 14 buHhols to tho aero tho average for tho district will ho about hiirihnlH to tho acre, this is eousld-ori'd Rood when early in July wo only expected at tho most flood back uRnJn. Memorial Service A momorlal norvlco was held at tho Orion "nioii -church. 3opt, fith for Hilda Klexhaugh, tho 7 yenr old daughter of Mr. KloxUaiiRli of Orlon^ the hot-yioo M'aH eonduetod by Itav. Mr. )H>r-rou. asalHtod by Mr. H. P. llohortson, 'i'lto 4*hnrRh was \>t11 flHort, ehildron from tho consolidated school anslstlng in'tho sfngin-cr. Tho htirial took ]daeo at Catchom on tho uozt day. Whllo woll dlRRlnR on Mr. Slnkllor's fOjttd, Teddy Vino was unfortuiuito In ROttlnK his hand badly bruised. Whllo at th� bottom of tho well a depth of Itfi foot, two lengths of a toatiiiR auger foil down tho wall. Ho was pleased to find no bonon woro broken and .thinks ho will ho at work uRain in a fow days. A snrlfiR of �poclal OYnuRollstle sor-vlcos will bo held at Orion Union church commoncInK on rally day, Bopt. iJUth. two special preachers aro exported to tako part, On Sunday, Hopt. 22nd a apoolnl lantern pervico will bo hold at the Orion Union church tho slides will ilhis-Iralo tho ldfo of Christ. Tho servicn will ho at � o'clock in Uio ovoiifnR, Mr. Hobcj'tbon will conduct the aorvlco. (From Our Own fTorrnwtKinrtfnt) . Takowkl. Sept. 17.-ThroshtnR hffro Is about done. Most farmers have Rot their seed hack, though numo suf-f.�red a total failure. Crop.** were tho on tho rant side of the lako near (Uassford. MiHs Ueatrlce fYonkhit� ban refllRn-ed hor position an clerk In tho Ronoral store at Pnkowkl, ami is homo for a Visit. Wo understand that Mi. and Mrs. CronkhUe nnd family will remove to 1-uthbrfdGo for the winter. JIov. and Mrs. and Mis:- Winnie Cold-inR autoed t(� LethhridRo last Thursday returned Saturday. Mrs.. Miss Orace and Master Carlton Oibbony accompanied thorn as far as Tabor, Mr. and Mrs. John K. and Master Harold Jackson have left to imond th"! woder near Kduionton, Mr. Jackson bavir.R aereptod a position there to tomb school. Mr. and Mrs. Stapioton left last week with their car for Oreat Knl?*', Mont., and other parts. They may visit WashinRton and tho coast before re-turning Mrs. Malsoy has just received tho sad news of tho death of her brother in France, a soldier in the llritlsh a nn y. Mr. and Mrs. Uithrath are rejoicing over tho arrival of a youiiR son, born lvml wnuk Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ooodner and Mrs. (Jillmoro, made a trip to Medicine Hat on Saturday iu Mr. Carl liarhy'.s car. ltov, Mr. !tohert^oii has announced a series of evangelistic meetliiRs to be hold in the church at Orion, eommene-hiK on Sunday, Sep*. "Sth. Oood Hpoakoi's are promised at these nor-vhv.s. Truly Orion Is exalted to heaven by privlieRos. May the good work con! inuo. men arc now complolc in every department and we invite you to call and look over the? better yarmcnls now ready for your inspection. No where in Southern Alberta will you find as la rye and complete a stock of high grade merchandise for men to choose from, and notwithstanding the greatly advanced cost we have to pay on all goods purchased today, we can stiil offer you price inducements in many lines throughout our stock that spell "SAVING" �_o you and should prove of interest to every eager buyer. THIS IS DUE TO EARLY PURCHASES. e and Quality in our New Fall Suits at $ 18 to $40 rhcre arc no better suit & mnrIr n I 1 i^rwM^ tllUU VOU make will find right here, vou can decide for yourself when you make comparisons. Many new tall patterns in men's and young men's models just received. Fall Top Coats IN ALL THE NEW STYLES. The latest fashions, all round prices $2.25 Underwear $1 $20 Combinations to 1 i f 11 -' '� \ MAWER, SASK., WIPED OUT Moo�e Jaw, Sept, 20. - The whole business portion of Mawer, Saak.( was wiped out by fire, w^ich started shortly before 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon. The fire originated In a Chinese restaurant, the cause at present being unknown, The loss Is estimated at $90,000., Only one store remains, that of the Mawer Supply company. j. i Our Toggery WE'VE GATHERED THE NEWEST, THE MOST RELIABLE AND THE CHOICEST THINGS IN MEN'S TOGGERY FROM MAKERS WITH A REPUTATION FOR MAKING THE BEST THINGS. Classy Neckwear, 75c to $2.50. Exclusive Shirts in Cluett an Dr. Jaeger makes, $1.25 to $8.25 Underwear Watson $8.00. Dr. Jaegers' Woolens, Combinations, Sweaters, Hosiery, Capi, Shirts, etc. Hosiery Stanfields Underwear in all 1 $7.00 to $10.00 SEALING AT TODAY'S WHOLESALE PRICES. Cashmere Hose, 50c, 00c, 75c and 85c. the Geo. A, Shoes, prices and Regal weights, two piece and combina- Homc of Carhartt Overalls "> ? ? > > �> : > > THREE MONTHS FOR * HOARDING FLOUR- a Krtmonton, Sopt. 10.-Krert and John Wannlrk, Opal. Alta., wm'o oai'h found guilty hy justlcuH of tho paacn of hoarding flour and Bpnlonoeil to BervH threo mnutliH In jail. 4 McKelvie %