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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUH ttb: JUtbbrioge I3etalo ietbbrifcgc, Blbcrta DAILY WEEKLV Subscription Ratti: CHUT, delivered, per week Ptliy.- delivered; per yoar BMiy, by mall, per your ......SS.OO iWcekly, by mall, per Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S..J1.60 TELEPHONES Business OHico............... editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions an- peir daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date is our authority to t'ontiuue the aub- scription. Your King and Country need you right now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Ono tiling stands out In the war news of the week: -the Teuton! are making n desperate stand' on all fronts. Tnlto this with' the accession of Von Himlentmrg to the ollice of chief, urn] the reason is clear. BK1T1W1 GV3NS which were women; Swirt Current. HOISTING A SHELL INTO ONE-OF THE NEW women nnd 638 men. It is clearly to bo seen lhat the womon nro going to uso the vote, and they will be a very important factor In dotennli.ius the existence of governments. Tho power of their vote will put clean men in our legislatures, and demand hon- est and highly efficient legislation. Their votu also is almost certain to retain prohU'Itlou tu tho western provinces. Dead men U-H no talcs. New Brunswick bye-election .stem- med the tide long enough' for the Tor- ies to cheer up for a fow moments. The New. Brunswick government got its (irat pat on the back yester- day. Up until then it had been get- ting slaps in the face. Republican campaigners are trying to get the American electors to re- member Maine. 'Hemember tho .Maine' once won an election for them. IVell, it's a pretty poor govern- ment that can't elect a cabinet minis- ter. New Brunswick government tried it once and failed. Yesterday it sue- ceededson the second nttempt- Jlr.. Brewster, the B. C. victor, is a native 'of New Brunswick. So is Bow- ser. Sc Is R. B. Bennett. So is Tom Tweedie. So is Hon. Charles R. Mit Photo shows the necessary to lift a big shell such as being used on tlio western front in the big British offensive. Evidently Von Illndenburg. idol of.jcneu.. so is Attorney-General Tur- the Germans for his successes, on fheJgCOn of Saskatchewan. Xew Bruns- east front, recognizes the necessity is some province, as the slangy saining some military prestige in lllsj'boy would say. new poslticn. Ho must justify Von r Faikenhayn's removal and he mustl -rae greatest joy amongst the Con- put some heart into the German ueo-1gervaUves will be over-the fact that eiCKEDUPIti I FOR THE SUSY pie b ;fore the winter sets in. So he faces bis task and determines to win matter what the the "victory In New Brunswick was in Frank Carvell's county. They will anticipate a wallop for Garrell in the cost. That lie is winning is far from Feuerai elections. Beating Carvell is the truth, but lie has evidently Putjanother matter to winning a bye-elec- niore fight into Ills troops for new cabinet minister as one of the candidates. allied advances are cheeked temper- arily. How long this will last remains 1o be seen, but even it Von Htnden- efforts bring some successes they will be but temporary. There is one particular front- how- ever, on- which the Teutons appear ".unable to stem the tide, and Halicz. The Russians now that important railway cen- tre and important developments, out- lined in this column a couple of days I, ago, may be expected. _______ The Balkan situation is just getting -The success of the equal suffrage squared away, but Greece's entry jn British Columbia means the war. which would do much, to, that women now possess the suffrage square away the allied campaign, is r still heing awaited. B. Fas. one--or-a- family of well known entertainers, died at Toronto. Cnpt. Jack "Woods, son of.Lieut.-Col. .1. Vf. Woods, was killed in ac- tion. Lujuor men state, that iLOflp new customers in" Toronto bought'-. liquor to "lay in1' for the prohibition era. Niagara Falls .Liberals- .chose D. Budtl L.-UIX, as candidate in the next Provincial election. Jas. Tyrrell of Woodstock is dead from lockjaw resulting from ;a cut on the hand. While Sir Thomas "White is .con- tinually urging the people to habits of e'couomy, the Woodstock Sentinel Re- view points out, the government con- tinues to act as if it did not know the meaning of "the word saving. The ad- vice to save is an excellent one; but if the government showed a better ex- ample the advice would have a better chance of being accepted. Pte. Fred-Kin_ spector John Kin; THINK NOW ABOUT NEXT YEAR'S PRODUCTION It is too early to tell definitely yetC but threshing returns indi- cate that Southern Alberta is thresh; ing another "two in one" crop. "It not he so large as last year's but it will be much over the 10-year aveir age. The price is -nearly twice that of ordinary years. Which means that Southern Alberta farmers .will get three-or fonr times as much for their props as in average -ea ons with Ege prices. On top of this it should be fair" "to that Southern Alberta.'farmers should not relax one iota from tneir production campaign, keeping, "of course, to good farming method? Every acre possible should be tcrned over this fall m preparation far-next, spring's seeding. In this wav jlie, tanners can best show that they apr predate their good fortune, and make their better financial condition the'Empire' at-war jrom the Mexican boundary to The- first law passed by the Alaska legislature save them tue baUpt They now are enfran- chised in the. territory, British Colum- "Washington, Oregon and Califor- nia. IgAINE AND ITS LEANINGS "The fact that Maine. went Bepubli- an is encouraging the Republicans believe that the o! opinion. ia son of License Tn- of St. Catherines Toronto-city council refused to give permission to the Italian congregation Our tady of Mount Carmel to hold, a street procession along one block in connection with their celebration of the feast of San Rocco. Another evidence of Toronto's narrowness. Now if Montreal had re- fused consent for an Orange proces- sion, wouldn t there have been an up- roar m the Toronto capital? has been awarded ihe Military Medal. Rabbi Nathan Gordon, minister of Temple is leaving the pulpit to study law Billy Sunday, in a characteristic let- ter, congratulates people of. On- tario upon the advent of prohibition. The appointment of J...M. Tellier, K.C., of Jolfetto, as a puisne judge of the superior. court of' Quebec is gaz- etted. Pte. Gordon the iBantamj Battalion was in- stantly at Camp iiorclen The deith of Capt J H UcDiarmid, of ihe 4th Overseas Battalion, occur- red at the military .hospital in Hali- fax. He had been invalided home. Actual work-on the-site of the Mis- sissippi Centennial Exposition, which will open at Gulf Miss., .October 19, 1917. has-been started .Girls and -soldiers -introduced them- selves at a Texas border dance by wearing on their chests printed tags bearing their names. The first jaofiey1 to James Whltcomb RHey, the beloved and thai fleeted president Hughes will be Maine has gone Republican, .but if is normally a Republican state.' "A, Democratic governor is replaced Jtepubhcan governor, and; two Repub- licans have been elected to. the United States Senate. Demonats reply tttat only once since 1872 has the eleotpral Vote In Maine been cast a Demo crat for president Jn tyljl Wilson carried' the state bj a plural11> of 2620, Roosevelt running second and Taft a poor third- In garrison's plurality was m 1896 McKu ley's was and in 1900, 28613 In 1904 Roosevelt had plurality, ;and In 1908 Taft In the two "years that Cleveland was elected, jthe Republican figures notably 1n 1884 to plurality, .in 1892 to With these figures In tblhd friends of Mr. "Wilson denv that as Main6 goes so goes -the republic. :The Edmonton Bulletin remarks iat ''one reason for not running one- man care on the streets of a city is that no legislature composed of sane men would allow it." How, then, is the street railway getting bv with tceir one-man cars? After -our experience sane men would cer- tainly one-man car system. It works successfully'here, even when fc big crowd has bandied. PROMINENT BAPTIST DEAD" Tbronto bept. Dr. W. B. Norton, for la years superintendent of Baptist home missions for Ontario, and Quebec and one of the best known men in the denomination, died this evening In his 65th year. Hoosier poet, died recentlj has been raised in IndianapoMs Ind" Mr. Alonzo R. Peck, aged 85, wealthy retired New York merchant, aflnounc- es his engagement to Aliss Dannie 'erris Gahagan, niece of his first wife. Miss L-. O'Connor, of -Battle- "onS, unique .distinction qf, teing the only woman p'rinciypl of a high school in tha Province of Sask- ily home on William street, pursuant lo an agreement made with her uncle. Col. Theodore Roosevelt: is consid- ering plan laid before him by Repub- lican leaders of a campaign trip, that take him as far the Pac- ifc coast. The steamship Kastland; which capsized in the Chicago river 1915, causing the death of more than SOO persons, will soon go into. com- mission as a United States naval training ship. A client of a Wall street broker's firm realized a profit of pa" Ills original investment of in the shares of the General Motors_Cpni- panr, which he bought a little than a year ago. News has been received at Fernie of the death of Pte. Ted Partridge, of the Halt. Ted was well known as a footballer all along the Crow. -His mother resides at Wingate, Durham, Eiislaud. The Synod of Ontario urged the Government to. or ganize the resources of the.Dominion so as to furnish at least half a million men and the munitions required for them in time to be of service The Pennsylvania State Work- men's Compensation Board will -pro- vide counsel for persons or depend ems without funds who .have -been awarded compensation and whose employers have appealed. A fisherman found the body of Chas S. Prosser. aged 50, head of the geo- logy department at Ohio State Umver sity, and a well known scientific, writ er, floating in the Olenujjgy rlyer near the .university campus The Ford Motor Company: of De- troit, announced that the annual "We Ourselves the Uetter serve, By serving others hest.' That wo may better serve otir many friends in Southern Alberta WE HAVE OPENED A PERMANENT BRANCH IN THE Which is fully. equipped to bundle, your shipments, to givo.you up- to-tiio-numito and to transact your business on Calgary :or Winnipeg Grain Exchanges. James Richardson Sons, Limited GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS, J01 SHERLOCK iUILDING. W. J. Lloyd, Manager of Lethbridge Branch PHONI RESIDENCE, or 1072. Lance Corporal Grant Potter, son of1 Hev. .1. G. Potter. JlacVicar jUemorial church. Montreal, as a result of wounds received in action had to have a leg amputated. The very Ilev. 0. L. Starr, King- ston, Ont., the' Hev. Canon Daw. Ham- ilton, Out., whoso son has been killed at the front, and the Rev. Cauon Mur- ray, Winnipeg, Man., who will serve as chaplains at the front, have arrived in Eaglaud. Hungry rats from an abandoned garbage dump in Elyria. O., attacked the eight-months old child of Mr. and Mre. Otto Vuack. The rodents gnaw- ml all the toes from the child's right foot. The baby hud been left alone in its crib while the mother went to a nearby store. Announcement was made by tho E. I. Du Pont-De Nemours Company of Wilmington, Del., that contracts had been closed in New York for large amounts of smokeless powder. It is understood that the orders are the largest received by the company for some mouths, totalling from to pounds, and that it is probably for the allies. the Cpnvmerojtl Club at Calgary has gottQ out of txliteace. Prohibition Is held to bR responsible. John Morrison elected to the Mam toba Legislature as an Independent, formerly resided at Selkirk. The In dependent in the Manitoba Leg- islature "is'now-as numerous as the CpuservRtiv'e .party. Hon. II. 'J. B.; Woods, Postmaster- General 'of-'Newfoundland, who died -WOMEN DO TAKE. AN INTEREST A common argument used against -n-oman suffrage was. that the women ,fTTould not avail themselves of the if it was given 10 tin 'Saskatchewan to proving this view to wrong. Registration of voters took place; there recently and more women Vent to the polls and registered than men in some of the centres. In Prince the figures were 120U woman -And 800 man, Ilegina, 4169 men and 3665 Vomeft; Susltatoon, 6670 names more than Unit of Major II F Macdonald soa of the ate Archbishop :Macdonaid, chief fac. .or of the "company at Qu 'ost an arm while on active service. Rev. Dr Laker of Zion Methodist Tabernacle Hamilton has accepted a call to Fort William Re> Henry Irv- ine, of the latter: him COALITION CANDIDATE ELECTED London Sept. .Seely, coalition candidate, has been elected to Darliament irom the Mansfield division of Nottinghamshire, over Lieut, Ar- tour Turnbull 'by a majority of Those New "Bran new one is born every recognition of the need, of food laxatives instead of drug laxatives. The- problem of presenting bran to the human stomach iri combination with a nutri- tious, easily digested food was solved twenty years ago b.y the invention of ShreddJd Wheat Biscuit, the food that supplies all the tody- building material in the whole wheat grain in a digestibit form, combined with is Nature's laxative 'A body-building, .Strength-giving food.. Serve with milk or cream or sliced peaches and cream or other fruits. Made in Lieut, C. S.' Peaker, killed enlisted in Ottawa with of the Canadian Mounted Rifles from Tor- onto, is a brother of Dr H "M Peaker. 'S The CAFE THAT SERVES ALL had-bwu thirty-five years HUperintondent of the' Sim- day School, and- waq secretary of thy Methodist Cbljese Hoard for many years. The Duke of .pevqpeliire, provincial grand master'qjr.th'orilefrbyBUlre Masons, was p'reponted -with a testi- monial bj that bodj The Duke hi responding said Mi. appointed task aa Kovornor-Kenaral 'of Canada, all lite energy anil courage. C Milk CKocolaie Now located In charge of din- ing room at the DALuLAS HOTEL and opened for business today. None but white people employed Special 3-course Lunch Dinner at 35c Dainty chocolate pieces, out of the run of ordin- ary milk chocolate, containing a I Wor ncP.; milk and the finest beam weU blended. So'd sTsrywhere. Made in Canada. "Rjdpath" Clothes Then wordl In our languagt which tuiyi up number of quilltlel, and exprcu Hum ttrnly. l> <'Ef another, "Rldpath'i" ill 11 anothtr Thi( when applltd to'clothn, muni aii tnmgi want in Suit or Ovtrcojt. Ridpath The HOUM of Fit and StryjM PHONE 7W W FII-TH ST. 8. ttmus. which usually he distributed In the aggregate OQO it) go to employees as a reuard for their services and results, obtained through- out the year. The directors of the Bank North America luue approved the ap-" pointment of an advisory hoard to deal with the affairs of the in. Canada. The board will cbnsisYof Sir H. B. Ames, M.P W R MJUer, and W. R. Mclnnes.' Word has been roceived by Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Love, of Vulca'n, -that their sou Robert E. Love of. the'Srd Is again wounded Fortun ately his injuries this time are not of a serious nature, all that is the mat- ter with him being a slight wound at the right hand. Mr. and Mrs. James S Jones of Buchanan County, Mo., who havfjrh'een married seventj one jeara are ylait Toronto and a natne of Brampton, ;Qg their sevent) vear old son Clabe Ont. Jones, in Denver Col Mr Jones is j ninety-one years old and his wife four j years younger. Rev. W. F. Gaetx, .Guelph, has ac- cepted a call-to Central.-Methodist church Kev Pearson, of Chatham, will succeed him at Guelph. On December 1st the pricp ot rural weeklies in Lambton and Middlesex will be increased from'U a year. bave': raised The Geograpliic Hoard of .Canada has, as-a fuftfier tribute .to the mem- ory of Nurse Cavell, given her name to a lake Edith Cavell Park. Thc name "Sir Alo.xan'ddr" has been given to a mountain in the .Cariboo district, after Sir Alexander MacKen- firtt white man to the Pacific overland through' Canada. Earl Oliver, aged .tjventy, an em- ployee of the' Dominion; Express Co., at St. Thomas, died-from-injuries re- ceived when a London and Port Stan- ley eltct c utr ran ovpr and cut off his arms. Lossie Stringer nltfce of the late George Stephens ex M P has start- action at Cfiathafn in she claims that ahc to tbc'fam- The Printer and Publisher 6f-To- ronto announces that R. .M.' GlpVer has bought the Peterborough .Examin- er from the estate of tho .late Hon. J. R. Stratton. view is being wound, according to official advertisempiU The Montreal Reform sent a message of congratulation on the re suit of tho British Columbia elections to Sir Charles llibbert !Tupper, congratulating him on his for decency in public life and clean ".-gov- ernment." A farewe'l dinntr to the Duke of Connaught was ?-iven hj tile Ridcau Club, Ottawa. Sir Robeit Bordot, Sir Wilfrid haurier "nc! members of the cabinet were present and Toronto guests included Sir 1 dmunfj Walker Hon. A. E. Kemp and W. F. M. Mtaft Winifred De Wolf Daughter of-Mrs, Edgar Ue Wolf of'Sin Fran- cisco, and a niece of Elsie fie wolf, disappeared from her home after a quarrel tter mother last April, She has been foiind'as a (lancer "In Thcrtrfitfi Koiloftt IWUpp of Russian dftnccrilC Canadian Red Lethbridge Cross Society Branch 4 A.n urgent appeal has been- made hom headquarters for money for the purchase oi MEDICINE SUPPIIES which are SHORT and in oidci to raise immediate funds, the local brapelj, Canadian Red Crobs Society aie holding Monster Jumble Auction Sale On Friday and Saturday. Oct l In the Stand lately occupied by the Standard Furniture Co., Dominion Block, 4th Ave., S. And the public ol Letjhbridju1 nnd dislriqt.ani cooperate with clio cpimuittep in making this sale a lujgp success by ni ally ajbielc or number of articles wbjch van turned into cash Wp ni'alvp H special appeal to the to make this an oppoituuitv foi a thank offering for tlicb- bountiful crops, and gifts of poulln pioducc and so th will be much niiprociafod. will facilitate the arrangements if will kindly intiimitel tbeir intention ol giving to eitKcr of the undersigned nt any time between now and the dates qf the 'sale. Frank Waddmgton. A J Blackburnc. Hon. Auctioneer and Secretary. -Hon. Treasurer. The f rpe use of the ifoirfc fras kindly ;