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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE .LKTiiumnr.K DAIU' -.28; liJHi Sb: "toevalb AND WEEKLY j Subicrlptlon Rates: Daily, delivered, per .-week Daily, delivered, per. year Diily. by r.Weckly .Weekly. ....S5.00 by mail, .per-year vly, by niail> pvr yer.r sly, by mall, nor year to D.S..J1.60 TELEPHONES Business Office fditorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager j nccnratc, hut the is vory fair. Wo hove Imd suiumerfiillow f yielding as high us B7 luisliols, and disced frop yielding 35 bushels. Even; these latter extreme nsures hold'the SHIM' comparative relation. j Tho story the flsunJs tell 13 tho story that has been nrenrtieel in Sou- thern Alberta for years; that surnmer- If summcrfullow crot) is yielding 20 bushels to the acre higher [linn crop on I.imi prepared in either ways. the difference this year in fiivor of the sumraerfallow is nearly ?3H nn acre at picsei-t prices tnr wheat. But itt any year there is a similar differ- ence in-average yieM. That-has been proven in (lie past, but this year's ex- perience is the best proof ever fur- nished. On sooil years it pay; AlCKEDUPIN SSINGCiri FOR THE BUSY, MAN years, it often .means-: the- elifter- J. It. Eaby, ut Lancaster, Pa., mar- ried three clays, seeks a divorce. Tht1 lute Mayor Moliorty, of Suniia. left nu estate valuc-il ut over William J. Calhnun. former S. minister to China, died at Chicago. U is reported tiiat there will be an- other trial of the formor cabinet ministers. New York will compel Individual paper cups nest year at all soda foun- enco betwurii crnp and no crop. Dates' of c.tpiry_ of fanners of the soutli I- this lesson. There is more: our authority to continue tho aub' scription. Your King and Country need you right now! sumnierfcllowed land prepared for next year's "crop than ever before. It Js pleasing thai years taught their lesson, and that bumper i Toronto, has I Akron, O., women recently broom- slicked a lot ot" careless' Negligent garbr.go collectors' I.t. Ari-hie 'MaeMuhMfl; "son of Dr. Albert ri'MUHlford road, 1 actiou. ears have not made the farmers care- less. What is land worth that ?SQ an acre crop? THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Defeat of the Butear-Geriuan troops .In their offensive in Dobruilja, to- gether with disaster to all attempts -to take the ofiensivc on other fronts, wants clean water, is tlin story told by yesterday's last week the Toronto Globe headed an article about the bank There has bpen anjayeragg o.? one Lethbridge Clearings Led {'convert hour m Korea since the nesvs of that per cent, arcrease .tfiesrwiil begin to- waken up -to Leth- t there twenty-five years 'ago. birfdge's activity. As long as other persons, high and low, were being exposed by judicial .comroisfiior.s, Hoc. Robert Rogers had ho objections to judges undertaking such work. Once the searchlight was turned on Hon. Robert himself, he be- gari'to protest. This inquiry at "Win- nipeg is'evidently hurting Hon. Bob's fine feelings. While Chicago police were search- j mg for a womans lewellery the daughter recalled dreaming, she had hidden it on a and "lit had Probahly HOD. RobL wouldn't have murmured a bit if T. R. Ferguson, K. for Thompson, Liberal, over Hbh. Ernest Miller. Hon. D. If.' KBens, speaker of tlie legislature, by over majority. His successful Liberal op- A. Pauline, is a former pres- ident of the Victoria Board of Trade. n, former minister.of mines; and Liberal candiihite in Kool- onay in "the Doiiiinton elecMou of HIOS, declares. Upit M. C. Browser should select iv; nijnistor ot" mines'from tiro oKotenar district. John -Keen, of Kaslo, ,iii -Air. Curtis' opinion, is the for the position. Final returns''from .the Cariboo di trict show thatJJ. A. Frascr, the gov- ernment1 candidate, was badly beaten by M] Yorstoij, tho Liberal, with to 172. For a while it looked as if 'Mr. Yorstpn would lose hia deposit, did' ihreu other government cunilU dates: A. E. Planta at N'anaimo; John Greenwood, and Dr. Tay- lor, Columbia. Murysvilta........ Sullivan WyclWe..... CrimbrnoU....... St. Engeiio Mission' Wnrdner......... Gateway Wattshurg j Kingsgnte AVestport Ta'Ta Creek Kimberley ___.. .Mayouk......... Yahk .Moyic AVest Waldo Ag'st 1-1 H 48 IS 28 Who will form a soon be called upon government in British Columbia The total vote in Vancouver city i.t was :IK follows: .Macdonahl, Smith- Liberal 65Xtt; Ferris-Lin- h. eral Mclntosh. Liberal, S54S; Cowper, Liberal, SSafl; Donclly. Lib- eral Cons., altiS- Tis- rail. Cons'.. 5153: Macgowau, Conns., 480S: Duke, Cons., 4708; JlcCluire, j V Leek, Cons.. Trotter rf imt., Cassidy, Ind.. 2006; 11ml., 1250; Harrington, Ind., b'Ul; cett, Ind., 473; Applehy. lud., 399. I A NEW WAY TO KILL RATS A new way to kill the rate which infest tho trenches is reported by 'a South African officer writing from France. He says: "We found one, of our men 'putting a bit of cheese ou his bayonet and firing ii rifle every, time a i'at started to eat it." WAR LQ4N b CANADA Issue of 1st OctoBer, 193.1. bTTAWA, TORONTO, Answering his wife's charge-that he Eg poured water, on her feet: S slept, Lewis of Terse j Urv i said he did so when he wanted her to go to church. In his will, former Governor Penny- packer, daughtei Pen nsy Ivan 13; left hi a silver" "dollar-winch-he had carried ia his'pocket for "55 years. Mrs 'Nellie of Paterbon .J., dotted several of 'her hens with green paint and as a result finally C., his special commissioner, who ex-j landed the thief who had been p ir amined witnesses for the prosecution louring her fowl m nocturnal vis ta and did not seek evidence for the de- fence when, he was searching for ma- ister declared at the Uoae of the ses- terial to blacken the late Liberal gov- sion of 191o that all persons impli: eminent, had been chosen as commis- sioner to inquire into the Manitoba Agricultural College matter rather than Justice Gait. :cated in. war graft would be prose? "cuteii.' Up to the present not a single person, Foster, Garland or anyone has been prosecuted. This comparison between a Liberal A. representative in Congress pre- government at Regiiia and a Conser-1 (jjcjs yjat Hughes will be elected pre- government at Ottawa is not very favorable to the latter. AMERICAN MARKET IS MIGHTY VALUABLE The Winnipeg Telegram figured it out-that if reciprocity had not been defeated in 1911 Pat Burns, of Cal- gary, could not have secured his large mjat contract with the French gov- ernment, because in that event all the hogs.in the; Canadian west would have .'gone to Chicago. The poor thing does not appear to aptli points out Winnipeg Free Press, so far as. Canadian hogs and the Chicago market are; concerned, .the conditions today are preciseK what thev tvould have'been if the reciprocity agreement 1911 had been ratified. The Demor cratic tariff, of 1913 put-hogs on the free list, to the' enormous benefit of ;the fanners and stock-raisers Canada. If this free access to the United States markets Is lost to :Canada by a return to power of the '.Republican iparty, which is well among :the possibilities, it will foe little short of a disaster to Western Canada. sident of the U. S. He figures the electoral vote out this way: Califor- nia il; Connecticut 7; Idaho 4; hois.29; Iowa 13; Kansas 6; Massachusetts IS; Michigan 16; Minnesota 12; Montana 4; New Jersey 14; Hampshire 4; New North .Dakota Pennsylvania South Dakota Washington 7 300. 5; Ohio 24; Oregon a; 38; Rhode Island 5; 5, Utah 4; Vermont 4; Virginia 8; Dela- SUMMERFALLOW AND THE BUMPER CROP .Wheat on: iurhmerfallbw Wheat on other Difference Sp bus. 30 but. W Above are figures which every far- jner of Southern Alberta should study Thsy are averages taken from tiie threshing leturns so fr'r received "by (be Herald Probably they are not Why do you feel so Miserable WHEN iiDEVS EFFERVESCENT ULT WILL HAKE YOU SO WUL! Those old biUons sick of indigestion a-iU bother you atail when once >ou start on a morning glass of Abbey's Tlffen Forpvcra quarter of iccntury Abbey's Effervescelit Salt has been a household funedy throughout Canada and is daily nscd by thousands of men and women nhcrkcepthemsehes in 7akc if m a tumbler of warm wHterim- mediately on arising and you will enjoy perfect health MERVOOS? Tale Abbey's Vita feed Iheneivcs. SOcabot At the mneti third annual confer ence of the Methodist Episcopal church of Illinois, resolutions, .were adopted giving preference' in assignments to minister's abstaining .train-" tobacco; Mr. R. S. Chalmers.-credit of the Akron rubber is giving up a salary serve as rector of Trinity Church, Tiffin, Ohio, on a salary of A rag doll which, a Fresno, Gal., wo- man had kept twenty years burst, and inside she 'found ?UO In gold her mother had concealed there. tufus twentyeeight years son of the Majo1' Ga'ynor of w 1 ork has taken uu ambulance duty oa the -.French front. Carved over the top ot1 a new oak pulpit in Christ Church, .New Hampshire, are the words, "That the comfortable7 gospel of Christ may be truly preached. The first bishop's son tp fall in the present war was Arthur Fercival, son of the Dishop of. Hereford. Sev- enteen bishops' sons have lost their lives 50 fai The la.if Keinhardt er Toronto left ah estate In his will he provided vtllftt lie buried in Geimanv nas 1m possible on account of (he war Called from biirrt Steel cornnany at Kcnsini, Ion, Pa ht wis d as a labo "t o cents mi hour Thofti as ConI tO old, he had fallen heir to Mils brother m Au trilf i h' ISSUE THE 1st OCTOBER. GOLD- 1917.' PURPOSES ONLY. l" fcllloutn.n.nd In fiir sale by drujgitti. Col 11 been appointid court md ot thv court i Hamilton c-nu 'lie the iatt I H A T attached to tin ii "Tin, sales orNoblBjHen tl more tha" dlirlrig past months. Havu you tried ouu latel> S THE MTKISTBR OF FINANCE offers herewith, bri-behairjuf sa the Government, the above named Bonds for at payable as 10 per ceut'on application; 30 (t Itith October, 1916; 30 loth November, 1016; S 11-L 271 December, 1016. S'.." The total allotment of bonds of this issue will be limited gs to one'Hundred- miUion dollars exclusive of the amount Ss; (if any) paid for by the surrender u? bonds as tlie cqima lent of ,eash 'the terms of tho War Loan prospect of 22nd-November, 1915: The instalments "may be paid in full on the, 10th day Of October, 1916, or on any instalment due date there iftci, under discount: at .the rate of four per cent per annum All payments-are lp be made to a chartered ba'ntfoi the credit "of the A'linister 'of Finance. Failure "lo paj my S instalment when due will render previous payments hiblu to forfeiture, and the allotment to canccll.ition. Su'oscriplions, accompanied by a deposit, of ten pei tent of the amount -subscribed, must be fonrnrded ihrougb- the medium of a chartered bank. Any branch in.CmicH pf any chartercij bank will receive and 55 provisional receipts- This loan jg authorized under Act 'of tho. Parliament o, S Canada, and both principal and interest will be a charge H upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund. Forms of application'may be obtained from any S in G iinda of aijj chirtired bank and it the office of 55 Receiver General m C mad 4 i S Subscriptions must be for cvep nundicds of dollar H In of partial allotment's the -.nrjilu' deposit will he S ipphcd irds pKymi.nl of ffae imount due on the October instalment. Scup certificates, uon negotiable or to in iccorihrcc with tbo choice 0' the ijipljLtnl for or b( ir'lg iiieoms m pur bj tlie Parliament of Canada ThQ bonds ivilh (oupons be is tied m denpslinslons of SlOO S500 Tillli registered rnnnrint, will be issued m denomination of aiued mult pie of So.OOO Thpibonds will be paid at miturit} at of of I m into and Hec.cnpr or at the offit e of the Receiver General at pajjfix, St Tohn Clurlotteton n Montrpal RtKinrt Ciilrain, or Victoria. The mtere t on the fully registered bonds be 'Jlaid "by cheque will be remitted by post. Both ohcqur-s xiid.-c'ouiiohslwill at inj bruicn in Canada of any chartered bank, 'i Subject to the payment of twenty-five cents :for each ,j new bond issued holders of fully registered bonds without J ''1 Of Subscription Listo .ill close on or B, September 12th 191S 111 denomination of cbiiponsvand with coupohs i ill have the right to convert info fvijly legislcrcd bonrls of authorised, without. toupons at am time on application to tho Sliiiister of Lman'ce -r A tir The books! of (ht> loin will be kept at the Department of OH ma Application will ttf m idc in due course for the listing of the oil the Montreal ana foiontq Stock Exchanges Bofrgnifcpd bond and stock biokers will be allowed i> of one quailrr of one pei cent on nllolmehts mido-nii of apphci lions beaimg tjitii stimp es pioMded Imwcver' ihu no will be allowed m of the aiilounf of allotment pairl for by flic sm lender of bond" isxfiid m Jie Wai Lorn prpspqcjUd pf 22nd 1015 No (ioinnli'igion will allowed ig qi ijtacl of ipplu itions oijtofnrts befen x s 1916. 23rd ;