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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SKPTKMUKll 21, THE UiTiinmnGE DAILY IIF.RAUJ PAGE SKVKM EIIED VOTE OF en son and Curler Led Thomus Kussetl Drops Dead lUo I Bpjil. the removal the hpailiiunrlPrs uf dUlrlt'l 18. V. of A- to Calvary, (rom [he dffTerent laatls couio In very slow- hero and ihc vote al tUo nortueru Ind of Iho dlbtrlirt Monday, has not reached Kcrnlt. Al eleven tho relurna roDi seven o( the Crows Nest fleJJ local hail bL'L'ii received and totalled for Dlckcnsou Tor vice-president, for Cliritlypher. Carter Is rc- orletl lo have received 7CO to Urowu for Bwretarj'-lrMBure-r. In detail lie Is reported as follows: Fflr, Vlce-Prcsidcnt Dlalroipre, GS ,for UlcKenson and G3 or nlP, Pkkenson, 29S, Christopher Colcaaan, Dlckenson 79, Christopher [IIP, Hlllcrcsl. Hickcnson S2, Christopher Hcllovuo, Dicltcuson 111. Christopher Michel, Dkkcnson 140. Clirlsloplicr BO. US, Chrlslo- For Secmlary-Trcasurer Dlalrmorc, Carter C9, Drowne G7. Fcrnle. Carter 131. Browne 251. Colcman, Carter US', Hrowne 3S. lllllcresl. Carter 80. Ilrcmnc 55. llcllovuc, Carter 10G. Hrowno Ciuler 126, Browne o3. Carbondale. Carter IIS. Ilrownc 39. Dropped Dead Mr. Thomas llusscll, who haa Tjccn NOMINATIONS ON TKIKVNALH FOR MACLK01) AND HAT Mm-lcaJ. Alia., Sept. Me- Kclll, of tuo .Mackoa dlalrlcl court, nmdo vhu nominations (or (Ms tils- Irk-t for local tribunals under tho Mili- tary Service act, Tlia appointees have been itoiJficd, nuO the names have Lccn sent to HJU nilulslrr of justice at Ottawa. Tito (allows: Uailey. J.I'. M. Glcndcmilne, ci-lLL. A. J'lui-her V. Lynch-S la un- ion. ('auicroH, J.K UlBresliolm--.Voriiiau llalraca, Our Own CwrespGBdenO New Diyton, Hepi. wood yields arc heard from us some of tlie farmers linve tbclr thresh lug done. The Ilunicr crop turned out 13 bush- els to HIP acre. Ed, Greeno'a best wheat made IK Imsh'tf lo tho and some of his grain that lie' liatl sluMilod In marie J5 Lushd. Tlol HIs- lugcr thrcsiu-U 120 ncrcs of euiuiqcr- fallow which 15 bushels to tlio acre. John l-'orslln's made 12 bushel. G. Atkln's best wheat-averaged 20 busliel. On accountj 01 tho showery half of tlio Ihrcahlng (9 yet lo bb done, JJr. McCalluiu went lo bridge S. Harrison Is spending a few days with Xow Dayton friends this weeh. Horn to Mr. ami Mrs. Cal, Mahcr, (L baby girl, Wednesday, Svpt. 12. Mrs, Heal on tho guest of EtlilK Plnclier Creek, cyuplo ot weeks ORO u whirlwind campaign Jor Ibc French wounded ctnoreeQCy j Turn! was organized under the able rliMrinansMii of Mr. J, K. Miller of tUo Union Hunk, l.lvc wire coinmll-1 tees were ainjoimed, ami tlic result I cl their hiliorii spoakcs for thotr ajjll- I Ity, and tin; Interest tbcv look In t-iolr j work. The whole ol the district, countryside and ivas canvassed anil tlio sum or 1'JOCi dotuted to Ibis mosl worthy turne. CM. ('reaper, a Fisliburn young man la as wourvK'd in Tuesday's llsi, llii Is one ol the nine I boys Mho left llielr ivjjh Ihc ISIri C.} M. it. bcInK a Eorfieatit of A squad- ron. Many old frlcnda very deeply and hope Mrs. Crcaser. who resides in Calgary, will soon re- ceive word llial her husband is recov- ering. Miss Helle lloyrt ieas Ihe guest ol jC-na JlornVal Saturday. Pelc Forslln from Sun'IJurfil. Mon- i Una. in vlsillus-bis niolLer niul bro- i connected for a long Ilino with thcjtbcr here. I Crows Nest Pass Coal comjinny, 3n I Mrs. McDonald and dauRhter. Mar- I various responsible iiosittona, dropped ian, nrc tho Ducats ol Mrs. Ttyland Llils dead yaatenlay near Spanvood where he was Inspecting EOIUG coal seanis.j lieatoii svas In Nfcv Day- There was only a laborer with him at1 ion Tuesday. the time andtlic man reported the fact >iartiu Tliompaon went lo I.elli- as soon as lio could rcat-li tlio .Michel I Tiicstlay. ifTice. II- Murray ivcnt to LeiTihrldgc Tuos- Mr. Russell was about sixty yearn of; day. ;gc and lenrc.1 a irlilow and daughter Uev. Mr._Craig was (lie Rucsl ot Dr. al Vancouver. Upon Instructions from i them, llic body vivas shipped to Van- couver ihi-1 murnlng over Uic .Clreat Northern railway. Interment will take McCErilum Sunrtay. J. left for Idaho, Colorado, oiul Calltoriila, and will be away several months. place In Vancouver where j Mrs. Henry Slater wool to Lelh- has ruadfi Us Itome for some years. bridge Wednesday. Mr. Russell a valued ofTielal of-------------------------- tho company ami Lad made lu'a way a.i When using Uic self-starter be suro a miner from the bottom In (lie mliies Uiat tho sjiarli Is retarded; as a back In England, and hud been superintend-' kick may wreck Jlie m PC h an Ism. Tins enl ol Die Michel minus for some time, is not If tbe is eiiuip- He waa IMgbly rcapcctpd boOi us a rain-' ;i magnela as the engine Jng man and HS a. citizen and will be'starts beat when magneto, spark Is greatly nilssedJn-lUc community _ j advanced. London, Sent. Prague, tlic or Hotieiub, a big slrlkc broke i out recently. .More thnn eighty thous- and Czccli vorklngmen walked out iu protest against the systematic govern- mental mcn.sures, almeJ at tlic starv- ing of the IS oh em Ian people anrl iins! tlic systematic depict ion of tbe j __J supply in Bohemian lands hi fav- or t-f Germany. It so cms Ih.-ii almost everything grown In tlic 1) cm Ian la nil s Is exported into llio German em- pire. The strike culminated In bloqdy rlols in Praj-uc anil soioe of the pro- vincial towns. German and Maygar troojig Intervened. Ttin rioters wore disiitrscd at tliti [loinl of bayonets and In some casc.i were fired at. The slrlko.'organUed by radical national-1 Istg, In the end oasumcd an almost. ivhclJj- (lolHical character. Tlic strik- ing worklnemen, among whom are re- nroaeD'.allvcs of alJ shades of political opinion, social anil democrats, national socialists and Catholtcs in large mass meetings adopted resolutions demand- ing ihc establishment ol an independ- ent Czeclta-Slovak rowuWlc- H often is disappointing lo many owners of iifrw cars to have llio hood finish suddenly heroine dull while ths rest of the car retains its hrlght fin- ish. Once the hood finish has lecome "dead" It Is almost impossible to lirlng bach tts luster without rcfinfshUiE, It. f The dullness Is brought about by lln act .'on of Ihc engine bc'jt, but Is worse Jjy washing wheu the hood-is j hot. In order (o protect ihc hootl! finish It has been found necessary hy I sornu makers lo line ilic houcl with .isbcsltja so that the heal cannot yv'orh I through. The shen.t asbc'atcs used (or i this Is comparatively inexpensive. Must Help E asicellastne Worksho Lloyd George, Read the booklet which the National Service Board of Canada has prepared to guide you in household economy during war time, Jt may astonish you lo ieam that a cup of cocoa, with sugar and milk, contains more nourishment thin a cup of beef extract, chicken soup or bouillon. O 3 wheat, while Iho farmers consider- eel that before the price of their slaplc product lie price of all other cornmortiUes elibiild he TCRulMcd ,flc- corJngJy- Mr. Mmsc (or voting AS he dirt was the coal of bread to the tilled armfc-f, jiml., nn appeal lo nnr .U'mpalhlca for ilarvlne Dclgium. Ts'ow let UB present tho whf.nl form- ers' view ot Iho case. In Ihc IMF 1910 Ihe wljeat crop a rtiliure ftml the farmers ivcrc In very slrallcncil conill- lloris. The following year, 1S11. snw n very largo whost crop, but niucli n[ It Was Sadly frozsn. Tlrls wllcal solil for 3dc per husticl, while II cost tn liavo It thus musing a ill- reel losa of 40ti per rmshcl to trie vhml farmer. Year EM? ft very light rrop aa dW also year Itils. Now In 1SH ihn trop falle'J again nnd during tho full tit Ihnl year snd tho spring of 1915 tlio Dominion Gov- ernment fed ami rlolhoil tlic wheat farmsva, well as .'upplylug 5fcd !br tlio crop of 1915. Jn orflor lhal Hie far- mer ralglit bo hoyt .on the land nntl bread production for (he allied nrmles continue- In 1515 Ihe wheat yield was thn Inrecat fn Ilie lilslory of tlic jirovlnr.e, but (he price KBS greater parl of Iho whcal selling from 60t. lu SOc r" yenr 1916 saw B very short crop In other parU ol Ilie wheat bill of Can- a1a, ycnr, 1317, Is ylelclinK fln even liglilcr rrop. The price of ?2 21 Is very loir, even K Ihe prices of other commodities hntl been artjiiitcd. This la not tho cane, nor rlocji il scorn to lif lhl-i year. Mr. Kca.icr, i-asl your eye iae over a for ol Ihe iiriccs of other coinniotUlleF, Tiic cotton planltr In the south alia back and dreams over nnd sees, GOu. cotton. The wool grow- ers ot our province r.ciuao IICT 7ionnd for their wool clip. The iron-1 monger lins scon his finished pvdtluctR (rlplo In prlco. The bean jjro'.vera of Loth Esst and upcsl have been reward- ed liaving the yrlce of Ihclr pro- tfiifls two-fold. lit come bacV, If ot wheat I-i fixed lo rcrtiifO the hipli rosl of living It is a tapo of sleeping over a rnoiinlain only tr> (etch up at 3 mole hill. Uread la Ihc least expensive o( any nrUrJe In the cost of livlny. anil an ad- ditional per bushel for wheat In- creases the pound loaf Icsa than 2r. And a3 threo pound lonvns per day fa sufficient, feed tho family of flvo, our grain supervisors have aiicceedod In loglslatlr.g egftlnat. (ho wheat farmers, the men whom nol long Ago the government hati io feed, tnMug as R basis or they have a saving In cost of Cc per day per fpinlly UT Icr.s than per capita. According lo Ihls, wheel aL 93.20 licr huslicl wmili) cost the Canadian government not lo exceed, per day lor tucb. SLoii cxcoas of present Tho above facts prove beyond iloulit that tho wheat farmers hare a Just and true cause to resent the ac- lion of Hie board of grain Also lo nflk from tho govBrnmenl th'ft withdrawal of the board of-grain anp- ervlsors nrnl Iho Iramediato repeal of their class Icgtslation. They h4ve act-. cd without thought nnd without representation oC the wheat farmers.- Voura truly, ED. I'OPIUM, A Bvcry person ruling, driving, pro- pr-lllng or In charge o[ any yehlcle ulion Any street shall. In overtaking nny oilier vehicle, pass lo the left of such velilclc, and the person In ot Ejicli vchlclo being overtaken. passed Fhall gUe way to the eiti ID allow auch rehlcle lo with safely. Ess! results can be-tecurcd from .4 rnolor cooling syelefn by Xceptng ths radiator cells treii from (cr. ParKcitlnrly on lone bad Inlcrp.tfcca of fllor aro pnclM with dirt and relalnlrig the heal in radlatloa. ;