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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LKTI'inWDfiK DAILY IlfJRALW TMUnSDAY. SKPTKMBEU 21. ttb: letbbvibije Isevalfc Hlbcrta .DAILY AND WEEKLY UVOB deserved to bo ilereistoil. II blames Sir Richard Mcllrldo uiul says he should bo punished by removing him from his fat London job. If Ue Isn't removed lie Is certainly sure to have his salary reduced. Subscription Rates: "Bmlly, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, per yenr D.-illy, by mall, per yeur SS-O-j .Weekly, by mall, per year >Veekly, by mall, per year to TJ.S..Jl.oO 55.1'D TELEPHONES Business Office Office I--1 W. A. Buchanan John Managing Director Business Manager CariUiiiiKiiy should have a curl- ing rllllf this winter, and will have one jt n start is mi'.de now. Who will, stun the bull manga? Sun. Wouldn't it be better to slart the broom swocpiiiR? Uet busy ami sWctip ihe dollars Into the treasury. A Providence, K. 1.. man was sent to jail for refusing to pay Ills nixes. Warden Rivers-Mini Pennefatlior need of iirison labor. They j (t'rom Ou Cranbrook H. C., brook tiio scene of a weiMiiiR oC exceptioiml Interest thla umrnlni; at i 11 o'clock, when .Miss Minnie Klsie Park, eldest daushter of Mrs. Eim-Hni, 1-nrk uecamo the bride of .Mr. James Lloyd Crowe, of Trail, formerly res-, idem of this elty. The ceremony look liliice ni tho home of tlie bride. Dnr- ic'- avenue Uev. W. K. Thomson per-: are Dates of expiry of subscriptions an- jie.-.r dully on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration dale is our to continue the sub- scription. Your King and Country need you right now! forming the ei'reiiuiliy which united the luijiuy couple. Promptly >li SIM-HI an agitation to Imprison j o'clock to the strains of Mention- delln.nent taxpayers. Mayor Hardie Mrs would join the movement. The jails at tlus piano. The, and barracks would soon be tilled to f-Km away by Mr. L. eapacitv. Adlaril. M'iss Tena Park, sister of ________ -the bride, attended as bridesmaid.! 'while Mr. -Kdsar Davis, ehief electric-1 There is another election today. c.f the Craubrook Ueetric Light is a live-election in Carleton county. I cunnuiny. was best man. Xew li'rnnswick. where the Conserva-i The l.ride wore a very becomins Ourselves (lie better serving others best." wo may better serve ourimuiy friends in Southern Alberta WE HAVE OPENED A PERMANENT Bit AN Gil IN THE SHERLOCK BUILDING' Which is fully equipped to liaudio your shipments, to give-you up- to-the-miiuite prices, uiul to yoiu1 business on Calgary or Winnipeg drain Exebauges. James Richardson Sons, Limited GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING.. W. J. Lloyd, Manager of Lethbridge Branch PHONE 777, RESIDENCE, 365 or 1072. Ladies' Tailored Suits For Autumn Wear latest stylos demand tlmt you have your tailored suit nmtlo to unlur in order to Uo your figure Justice. RIDPATH The house of 'it and service, Phone 730. 407 5th' St. S. LIEUT. WILKES KILLED Urantt'orcl, Out., Sept. Maurice W. Wilkos, who joined the King Edward Light Ilorso as a priv- ate and was later promoted to a coin- mission in tbo imperial service, baa been killed In action'. His Brother here 1ms been notllied. THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The entrance of Greece war on the side of the allies has been failed, predicted so long and so often, and suit of navv blue with blars government is e.ideavonus to lrhnluil, j. >von, with a white plush two candidates, one the new j shs, a boimnet white! I minister of nublir works. The pie- j roses. I Ivlous attempt to elect a minister otj The bridesmaid was bBConungly I Into the! public works in Westmoreland comity 'carrie Since Carleton county has a j >o( big Conservative majority, on the re-i immediately iriter the ceremony cord of the last provincial election I some sixteen, guests- sat duwn to a there, they hope to pul, the new ister through. It is a bitter flght and i lions and happy journey through life, j there may be a surprise, for the Xew conection of wedding si'ts Brunswick government has been tot- j undantly attests the fact that the cir- tering for some time. A general elec-1 cle of their friends w.rln lion would likely place them in obli-'...... very the predictions have proven false so many times, that one is wary about making any more guesses on the sub- ject. But if Greek action toward par- ticipation in the "war on the side of the Franco-British Tillies is not taken tlie next ten days, it never will be. The German action in kidnapping part of the fourth Greek army at Ka- rala has produced a profound effect throughout the little kingdom, m ,tuc .-lu.uuny of the unoe in cuiuieuLiuu the royalist newspapers are said to enough away from Toronto one ulat The firm of Ira .Man- have demanded that action be taken recently to find himself in Fort with which institution tlie groom 1. .1 nnllnaotail fnf VPJITS alSO to punish Germany for this breach. William. The dissipation caused b} "J. E. 51." who writes "On the Side." .the Toronto News, strayed tar one. Amongst the presents noted were gifts from the Ladies' Aiixiliary to the of R.' T., with which order the bride bad long been associated. Knox Presbyterian Sunday school sent a splendid gift, in appreciation of the services of the bride in connection had" been connected for years, also the entente supporters view so .much travel turned his head, and Germany's treachery as the last straw. It is said that Greece has sent a peremptory note, almost an ultima- tum, to Germany, demanding the re- turn of the soldiers. That Germany will accede to the demand there is good reason to question. Some Ger- man newspapers, after the coup, said it was a good stroke of business for It would mean so many less soldiers to fight against the central powers when Greece does declare war. So Germany evidently is expecting a 'declaration. Meanwhile affairs in the Balkans are moving well for the allies. The Rumanians claim success against the invading Bulgars in Dobrudj'a, while along the Macedonian trout the Bui- gars are being steadily driven back, especially on the front in the direction of Monastir. The Italians are also advancing in Albania. On the other fronts there have been few actions of great importance. The British, however, are driving forward their lines around Combles and the downfall of that point is inevitable. VOTE FOR FILTRATION BYLAW TOMORROW Tomorrow the ratepayers of the city go to the polls to decide finally whether Lethbridge shall have a filtra- tion plant That the verdict will be "Yes" we have no doubt. Otherwise it would be a. blot on the fair name of Lethbridge. Nothing advertises a city to its detriment to the visitor when he got back to his dear Toronto 16 wrote: "All through the freight yards of Fort William one sees wheat growing beside the railway tracks, due to the grain shaken out of the cars by switching." Vt'hen one considers how much of this waste wheat is eaten by birds and what a small proportion can germinate and grow the extent of the .oss by this means may be imagined. The Grain Trade of this country, be- cause of its careless and slapdash methods, reminds us of a fat old gen- tleman with egg stains on his white waistcoat." We wonder what poor, shocked "J. E. M." would have said last fall had he ventured even farther from his deskjn Toronto, far enough to see the the threshing machines spouting wheat on the ground on hundreds of Southern Alberta bushels in a pile, with not a thing over it to hide it from the cruel cold world. Or what he would have thought had he dropped into Foremost during the win- ter to see farmers shovelling golden into a pile 100 feet long, 30 feet wide and 15 feet high, right out in the open, with not even a board to keep out the weather. We take plea- sure in extending "J. E. M." a cordial invitation to visit Southern Alberta this Tall and learn how wheat is hand- led where wheat is grown in other than Ontario's ten acre seed plots. Just because we have progressed from "the way they do it in J. B. M. shouldn't be at such pains to criti- sent a handsome wedding gift. Miss Park was formerly in the em- ploy of 0. Hill, where she made a host of friends who will wish her the very best in life. The groom, an en- terprising young man, a member of the firm of Crowe Bros., and MacLeod, grocers, of Trail, is a very popular man locally, where, during his years of residence in this city, made friends innumerable. The happy couple left on the noon j train i'or Nelson and West Kootenay points where tlie honeymoon will he spent, after which they .will journey to Trail, where they will reside. II. A. Macdonald, the man who threw the monkey wrench in tils Bow- ser machine Thursday last, is in the city resting up after the hardest pol- itical fight ever wased in British Col- umbia. Mrs. Macdonald, who has been spending the past six weeks the guest of Mrs. (Dr.) King, will be leaving in the course of the next few days for her home in Vancouver, accompanied by Mr. Macdonald. Your Bath and Toilet IVORY Soap gives a rich, copious, smooth, creamy lather, yet rinses easily. Ivory Soap cleanses perfectly, yet does not irritate or injure anything it touches. These are the reasons why Ivory Soap should be used in your home for bath and toilet. SCENTS IVORY SOAP dS FLOAT5 Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada more quickly than bad water. Nor is there any advertisement that hurts a city more than the fact, that it has its annual typhoid Lethbridge can remedy these dis- advantages by voting in favor of the 'expenditure of for the pro- posed filtration plant tomorrow. The money will be raised on the securit of unpaid taxes. With an era of pros perity assured, we may be sure a very- large proportion of tax arrears will Tie paid, and the filtration plant in- debtedness will be rapidly wiped out .without the need of adding to the city's .bonded indebtedness. Finan- cially' there is no obstacle in the way 'of a good supply of pure water. It should be noted, however, that the same rules as apply to ail mouey bylaws apply to the vote tomorrow. This means that there must be a two- tliirds majority of the burgesses qualified to vote, and burgesses to he qualified must be assessed on pro-j perty valued at ?400 or more on the I fast revised assessment roll. Under these conditions the voters who are anxious to have the fiftration plant built must exhibit their interest by going to the polls. Apathy may de- feat the bylaw. Nothing else can. cize our way-ward methods. OVER MILLION MEN THAT -I ARE PHYSICALLY FIT London, ;Sept. was made today ot the appointment of tlie committee for obtaining more men for the army by the combing out of young men from exempted occupa- tions. This committee, which has been'named the Man Power Distribu- tion Board, has as chairman J. Austen Chamberlain, secretary for India. Its members Include Viscount Middleton, former secretary for India and some labor members of the house of com- mons. The Daily 'Mail of London estimated Tuesday that there were in the Unit- ed Kingdom physically fit men who had not been drafted into the army. MACLEOD LOOKS FOR HIGH YIE'LDS {Special to Herald.) Macleod, Sept. ing is in full swing. Ringland Bros.' threshing outfit has al- ready completed threshing at a 'number of places. Mr. Gillespie Mr. Brown, and others expect good yields, in fact anywhere1 from 30 to 40 Sushels dn acre' will "be tlie result. The farm- ers are also delightgd wilt the high prices of wheat. 4 "2" RICKED UP IN FOR THE BTJST MAN THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE DOMINION OF CANADA WAR LOAN Xivc'per'cent, Bonds maturing 1.9D.I. Issue prii-o ninety-seven and one-ball. Subseriptions will be received at any of ibe branches of tlie bunk. Lethbridge Branch-- R. T. Brymner, Mgr. All classes will sincerely sympa- thize with BiEhop Pinkham in the loss of his son. The casualty list reaches the homes of the high and the low, and the rich and the poor, and draw the bonds of brotherhood more closely together than ever. The' Meredith and Osier families are two Canadian families of note. Nearly every member of these fami- lies has reached e. place of distinction. Two tif the Merediths and two of th Osiers have been honored by the Kin'g- Other members of "the. families high in the Canada. North Trading Co. Quality Merchants Phone 1766 These Are the "Tanks" Which the British Have Introduced IlltO the War TJie ,SU .Tuomas Times, a. Conserva- tive payer, says the B.! C. Conserve per box..........S1-75 Prunes, per box Peaches per box f. Tomatoes, per basket 30c 20 Ib. sack of B. C. Sugar and one Ib. Blue Ribbon Tea (2.15 20 Ib. sack of B.'C. Sugar and one pair of ladies' black or white silk finish hose Fry't Cocoa 'A Ib. tins -----25c Preserved Pears, 2 tins for 35c Biscuits, reg. 25c, special 20c Macs No Rub, per bottle 5c Biscuits, reg. 35, special 28c Corn Starch, 3 pckgi. for 25c St. Charles Milk, per can 10c Hygiene Peaches, per tin 15c Lobsters, Ib. tins 30c Creamery IDS. for 75c Jell-O, all flavors, 3 for 25c Strawberry Jam. mixed with Ap- ple Pear! Brand, per tin 40c Pure Lard, 5 Ib. tin 95c 3 Ib. tins................60c Gold Seal Milk, per tin-----15c Finnan Haddie, per tin.....15c Clark's Pork and Beans, 3 for 25c Norwegian Sardines, 2. tins for 35c Celery Salt, reg. 10c Clark's Tomato Catsup, regular 25c, special per bottle 20c Ladies' Silk Finish Stockings, black or white, per pair 35c, or 3 pair A A Ladles' Combination underwear regular 50 and fiOc special Dry Goods LadieV Vests, double thread regular 01) CC- OOC special regualr special 70c WE GUARANTEE ALL GOODS AND YOUR MONEY REFUNDED IF NOT SATISFIED 230 13TH STREET NORTH. LETHBRiDGE, ALBERTA. Washington, Sept. British "tanks" the armored motor cars used in recent assaults on German trench- es in northern France so successfully as to attract world-wide attention, were built the most part in Peoria, 111., in the form of caterpillar tract- ors, designed many years before the war began to meet some oC the diffi- cult problems of modern farming. Ex- cept for their armor, their, machine guns and their crews, thousands like them are in use today in ,the United States in plowing, digging ditches and other labors less heroic than war. i M. M. Baker, vice-president of the 1 Holt .Manufacturing company, explain- ed here today it was machines made Brantford police will get an increase of about i'0 cents a day. The University of Toronto is facing deficit oi .1. J. Francis, a veteran surveyor, died at Sarnia, Ont. James Zimma, a well known farmer of Markham township, died suddenly. The C. P. K. has subscribed for of the new war loan. Mrs. Wiu. Goudy, aged (J7, was had- i ly hurt in a runaway at Meaford, I Calgary's total collection of 191G taxes will be under one million dol- ilars. Medicine Hat expects the British j American Paint Co. will locate i branch factory there. The Sun Life. Assurance Co. sub- scribed to the DomJnior War loan. moved there from Alsace Ijorrnine in 1S70 to escape'the German yoke, has subscribed to the war loan. Tlie Ahglioaa-S-ynod-of Ontario en- dorsed the revised Book of Common Prayer, except the form of recitation of the Athanasian Creed. Mrs. Abbie M, Smith, wife of Or. J. M Smith, Is dead at St. .John, N. B. She is a sister of-Hon. William Puss- ley. Rer.'-Tuos. Gk Smith, who served thirty-two'years In the .Methodist min- istry, died at Listowel, in the iiflth year of his age. Rev. John McNefll; formerly pastor of Cookc'a; church, Toronto, ind Int- terly of-Denver, is going overseas to engage tin' religious work amongst .the soldiers. Lie.ut. J.'-Stanley-Woods, son of 31 rs. Arthur-Woods, of-Winnipeg, awarded :he military cross, was a civil engin- eer on the G.T.P. and enlisted at Ed- monton. James IJeinpsey of Renfrew, has suf- fered the loss by fire of his steam sawmill at Calabogie, Ont., about fifteen miles from Renfrew. Pte. Loll Kingshury from Campbell- ville. of the iS-Hh Battalion, was fa- tally injured when lie jumped oil a train as arriving, at Camp Bor- den. .1 A. ..Makins, unsuccessful Conserva- tive candidate in the North Perth bye election, .has been appointed police magistrate at Stratford, salary a year. He Is a farmer. Arthur Stirling, aged 20. a son. of William Stirling, superintendent of the .Counties. Home of Industry and Hefuge at Cornwall, was drowned in the St I while Imthiug. The death of Llewellyn" Roberts, for more'than JO years a resident.of The pumping plant at Hamilton waterworks has been declared obso- jjete. Kidley College, St. Catherines, ope.. ed with the largest number of young men pupils in its history. Brantford bonifaces increased tliei. i rates for meals and rooms when pro "hition came into effect. The long delayed Bell memorial i which is to lie erected in Brantford .1. Logan, of Winnipeg, has been .PIwlntGd assistant comptroller-gencr- .1 of .Manitoba. Ingersoll -occurred recently tit Foldeii's West Oxford township, in Ins SOth year. There will he le.ss .than bushels of beans available in the Uni- ted States this year, as against last year, and beans may be possibility before winter Is over. The St. Thomas chapter of tho Daughters of tho Empire .recently donated S700 to cuts in the Princess Patricia's Hed Cross hospital for convalescent soldiers In Ramsgate England. DID YOU THINK why that skin trouble, from -which you ore suffering, will not heal! It is because It is so deeply rooted that ordinary ointments are Incap- able of penetrating to the of the disease. Zair.-Huk, on the contrary, is so refined that it is capable of reach- ing the underlying tissues, and that Is why sn many -ses of skin trou- ble, which hare defied all other treatments, hivo to Zam- "rioii't delay! ft box of Zam- Buk and prove it for yourself. Not only is it best for eczema and all skin troubles, but also for ring- worm, ulcers, old sores, blood-poi- soning, boils, piles, burns, aits and MNktn or Slam-Bilk Co.. 6UC. Boi, stamp tor. trial "box. V Every returned soldier of Stratford will be given free one month's mem- bership In the Y. .M. C. A. tense gunfire. Bloody Work Planned "We have sold 1000 caterpillar trac- tors to the British said i Rev. P. D. Floydc of Anltaville. has Mr, Baker. "We have had nothing to I been appointed rector of the Church of do with putting armor on them or'the Good Shepherd, Etast Cornwall, placing machines guns, but some ofi our men at Aldershot, England, re-; cently were notified that the British our Alderehot] re" i Major Arthur B. McUughlin, bar- ristcr of Bowman ville, is dead from government intended to armor some of the tractors ami use them for work other than the usual towing of big guns. FINES UNDER GAME ACT Saskatoon, Sept. first con- victions for infringements of the game act to bo recorded in Saskatoon dist- rict this season were, made at Hos- thern yesterday when Magistrate Row- i som, sitting in the Mounted Police I court sentenced George Fast and Pet- er Leowen to pay fines of 510 and {costs each. The men were charged j with shooting ducks'on enclosed iiro- {perty, without having first obtained a' j permit from the owner of the land. wounds received in action at the front, Rev, H. W. Knowles, St. Paul Presbyterian, will supply Broadway" Methodist church, Winnipeg., during the pastor's absence overseas. The appointment of paymaster of the Goodfellows' battalion to lie rais- ed by Licut.-Col. G. H. Nicholson, may go to H. W. Whitla, K.C. Fire destroyed a canning factory and storehouse at Sarnia, and spread to the Laidlaw Lumber Co., loss 000, hoteltteeper who B E D ROSE and Specks before the Eyes Liver dcr .1 emp.it is tlic calls.' bcliiml'th.-se distressing conr (htiono, 11 d o ly restoration of perfect iiitiirhi'-aetiiin lasting' cure That is wliy Dr. ttissalj's Instant Vlelicf is so superior in the old-fasliiobnrl cathartic liver- pills ind aperient salts. Klic-li tilings ran .only give pacing relief forcing the. liver to unnatural, .action, anil have to be continued Dr. Casscll's Instant Kelief strengthens tho hvti, and so brings about natural action in a natiml, tniinncr. Cavil's ImtMt Rcliel for coiuiijuiiw, WBo'oineif, teraN Intr, tick nitdaehe, .ioinin, Mai Bit ut mrfy train. hMrttum, M< tkat Mint it l ilKiMtitn frwMt. Dr. CantlTs KMd and Mi ra 80 twits, from all Profits and or itirtct troin the Sole lorcmwih, Ifarokl P. Rltcljic and Co.. Iltl 10 Met nil Mrccu Toronto. War Tax 2 rtnts cilra. Or caiMtl t inilant is companion 10 or. caiulN TUIt.li.. Sole Proprietors llr. CaiieH'i Co., Lid.. Mnnrlaater. tnoKirui. ;