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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POUR THK [.I'TUBninf'.s nAii. MONDAY, SEPTKMniin 21, 1917 Zti: Sktbbribge Siberia 3 A I LY A NO W E E K LY Subscription Rates: Hlr. delivered, per wees......IP illy, delivered per year ..----53.00 tally, by mall, per year.........51-03 lY. by taslf. per ly, by caaLL per year to U.S..J2.M 115? TELEPHONES luslncs. Offlco W. A. Buchanan President and. Managing Dlrectoi Tcrrance Dullness Mamger lion of wealth. Undoubtedly Ihe yricgs ol atl foodstuffs should be fixed HOT by (he mpuuf.u-iurer or lht> whole-: ealor, Vu'. by an official price fixer, with absolute auihoriiy. j Ittroa Flsvflli1. at the lime ho spoVe j plain J. i >oar stor-' j rj ihe men wanted lo make lor 'nines OUT ot the war and he Ravo luuciauvo to the expression, hell I with People then Thought Mr. J was Teal earnest und lhal ihls declaration was inspired by indlRnatiou at the bis-e purposes or isan'jfacmrers, especially ot munitions, to makv fortunes out of the blood ot their fellairs. lUvonT make it i-le-ir ibal the QCIV J barone! was not throwing ihu proms- oT liis business Intu IIuJos. RUTH or I be TV? s lianginp right on to them ;inil. inULQJ: a lot of (hem by for a rainy PICKED UP IN PA THE BUSY MAN wife of Hi-Mayor Jas. CUnksklll, Hr.Ueo. liurnham, vvdl Known dll- of SaskMoon, suddenly. A cold storage plant costing J35.C-00 Is lo bo CJUtllshod Melville. Hamilton. Onl., of 107.S-0. a population J. well known lipes hardware traveller, died while IcDce of papers alter "esplnUlon date Is j made greater profile for his company I "Uiioriff to coDtinna lie iub- lhan at any time In career. llev. J. A. McCouncll. Toroula. has s church Gunner Donald McKlnnon, son of ostrnaMcr Nell MeKiiiuon, ot leu of Pcterhoro, Out.. Is deail. Dr. Alex S; a r.nlvo of Uuu- Jjs, (Inc., tiled In SyJuey, Australia. T. J. IllHlu. Heglua, his teen ap- litmued county Judgu a( Melville, Sasif. Hurry Uyrle. ol Ryrlo Decs.. Tor- otico. prominent In A. ;ind Hap- tist clroles, died, suddenly. KIIOX. served Die Presby- i rliurch in. tho Medicine Hat dls- as a missionary, killed tu ecrlptlnii. Your and Country Need Ycu Right Newl was no "lo Hell with profits1' In Irs Muuro Is a candidate for i Uiilcxl in -alderman in Wtuiujieg anil .Mrs. Gene- Lipsetl Skinner will iun for the Hon. A. n. Hudson, is to retire as al- hoanl ol control. bufiness. Sir Thomas Whl'.c ougbt io j (orncy-general of MRnltobs. Oeo. Arm- j sppropri-jie 75 iier cent, of Kli-1 strong, member Manitou, it is said, 1 vellc Co. profits, (bough of course. "ill succeed him. do nol ihlnfc Mr. Flavelle nieani ibe ITHE PROGRESS OF OF THE WAR Argentina's near-break Canadian treasury as when he Licui. A. acideiiMlly A (Iripkicg fountain ar the Toronto. YIELDS IN to romo In niter harvest. Tho teach- ing staU kucludcs Mtsa llowurtl'mill Miss Herrlc trom C., Mtss Couul- vvay from Ncrft Scotta, Mlsn Snow (rum (his locality aud Mrs. Triggs, city hall as a memorial to the j >larflul Sce, laio b. Speiu-o, prominent temper- [roouiB (Special to (he IKniM) SlcrHug, Sept. 3 tho luuie strangers apply lo our illage ns rlioy uoto tlio utlrat'llve mi modern homes hi construction, Ue luxuriant gardens and many fine plantations ot you as IKCS, ull now (fl ibclr bright fall colors. Mr. W. O, llarton Is buildtnE n most bungalow, li con- tains seven rooms Is (o na fitted ivUh all Iho modern conveniences. In- cluding hot air [urnaco ami Itot and coM water. They eiucct to yet Into ft nc-it Henry Seek is building a commod- ious friuue house ot len Brooms, BIpries, N'els llofit'nson an allracllvo home ol clfiht rooms nearly ready tor occupancy. Elmer Mar kelson fs building n new homo IA the bungalow style. killed in a.-i airplane accident In EUR- i ancc worker, is to be creeled. proposed ti resLias p'ace for pront Ilov.-ever. since the baronet sniiteri .................................-........-iprofiis he should be willing to handjOci, nnd ww_ 21 ywrs of r.ge. rival of a German noie couched in the Ihe bulk ot profits over lo his roun-j A G i_-rqunarli 0[ the well known dwepme phrases, is iheitr.v, (be country lhal made him rich.) (jqupr firm cf A. G. UrQUh-irt iind com ts- liud on August IT, was a ?DH ot-ihej Flight-Lieut. Arthur Sisley, son of nt j late RIcharJ of Dr. O. Si f ley, Easl Toronto, has bppu 10, It has A. son of Sir Jolm Wll- nj feature of the war liaa may now be expected to so the I through The various phases ol tegoiii- j the I lions The Huns vhlch the people [onct is so keen about piiliing profits I of Ihe United fcr.ow so well, 'in the fiery furnace, the gorernmcnt The allies on Ihe west front are hold- should fii a price for Mr. Flavelle's I Ing German cojater atcscks. l.bacon, and ham, and esgs, and lard. and are preparing for further liiows, and sausages 111 it would cui out ibe The Germans are carrying out fur- j profiTs nnd give Iht consumer the stuff enabled him lobe a baronet aiulipany, be ihe government liquor ;1 teem, is io succeed Slewarl Lyou as of Canadian nln- that loday very lo operate under the prohibi- war correspondent of ilie _ tlon act at Vancouver. I'ress. 3Ir. Lyofl's perloil e money. Then .nee tlie bar- _ been ther plsos against. Russia which show I that is too disorganized to I offer any but the weakest ai cost. It is Mr. Flavelle's idea, not adopt It? Hello Hanca, have you put the ban on the profiteers vel? con- We hardly thick Sir Joseph Flavclle way'! will get past the baronetcy The MAYOR HARDIE OM THE RIGHT TRAIL. Mayor Hardte's proposal lo I script wealth may be the wrong of naming a proper policy, bul il isjlfouse of Lords Is not for hlru, now. trying to get bsfore the counffv an ca_ thai is in Ihe heads ol most The new franchise bill overlooked the people except those I the principle thai taxation means re- irho don't want to he We all i presentation know, that wealth .isn't tascd in Ibis country; 77; thai it Is overtaxed, but it is only na- j people hare been saying should bf- at C. N. SaiUh, cx-M.P.P., will contest Sault Stc for ihe federal Three new senators ar? to be ali- as an Indepecik-m Jas. Loch- pointed for ColutitSs. Csl. J. -wood will a labor candidate. member Is A. C. Doyce. Tho Taylor, M. P., Frank Shepherd, M.P.. Dr. T. D. Flint, clerk ot the House of Commons, Is retiring, lien. .Mar-.' and Dr. McGuire may get the plums itn Durrell and Clarence Jameion, >J.P., arc mentioned as possible PUC Lieut. Egerlon B. Hr-nlson, son of Mrs. KreJ C. 13entson, nf and cephcw of Police Magistrate Col. Drnlson, vt Toronto, is rciwied Dilss- Ing. was serving with Hugh St. Quentin Cayley. son of The the Flying Corps In France. late Hon. Cayley, of Toronto, j 4 succeeds W. II. Jlcinnis, resigned. At a price cf 52.21 per bushel for as senior Judge of Ihe county court i wheat, Dicks, a Toulon. Man., it Vancouver. II, D. Iluggles, of North farurer. will realize ?12S.1S per ncre Vancouver, succeeds the lale Judce lor his summerfallow this year, or a Schultz. (return of 54.4SG.30 from the field, which conlalcs 35 acres. Ills wheat Since Sept. 3. 19U, the total amouni wont SS bushels per acre. has coat added three paint to tural that should frown on fur- ther taxation. Men of ireallh, most' of them at any rale, have been in- creasing ihelr wealth sicce the war! Blarted. income las Isn't taring that wealth heavily enough. The Income tax is nully-a joke to the rich man- IL bears lishtly on him, We want real -war taxation in, this country; taxation lhat' will mate the rJch man (eel thai the war is real and claims j Conscription will tafce the men that the front- It will tecp at home the men the country needs home. The Toronto Tories want the gor- ernmcnt io fry Ilaronet Flavelle ia bis own bicon, and every day ia the week, meatless days and j-13. that IhD sacrifice of T is real. There Is no sach taxation yet. The salaried man la Ibe burden of ivar more a hundred times than the people of wealth. Canada needs a finance min- ister thai isn't concerned about hurt- Ing .his m on led [riends; it needs a finance minister who will forget friends, and apply reai i-exalion open all Ihe people who should bear Ihe fin- ancial burden o[ llie war. There must be no sldeslepping. All the people ronsl bear their 6ha.re of the burdea ut i'uv war and those who can bear the moat, te taxed ihe most, Mayor Hardie has Ihe right Idea: let him continue to promulgate It. A country that can produce a 20 bushel crop on Inches of rain, Is a country worth fisbllne to keep out of lie possession of Ihe Teutons. Southern Alterla's uiaiilvt cc judges named excellent men for Ihe conscrlplion tribunals. Peopta cannot feel otherwise, than that Ihe act la going to.be fairly enforced, because Ms enforcement will he In the bands of fair-minded men. TRAVERS paid in salaries (or the Georgian Hay "anal has been J37.S3S. Of this amount the chairman, W. Saw- lord Evans, has received and the secretary, J. D. Hepburn, n bro- ther of the memopr'for Prince Ed- ward county, has received residence. The Sam llirsche nnd Charlie houses. [Inlshed aud sunrouniled by trees and Gardens, add Co the attractiveness of the main street. Dishoti Pawns is having several rooms of his home plastercil nnd .Mr. Ostland's house Js ncivly painted. Mr. 0. T. Ilrandley hos oucned a butcher shnjj is doing a land of- T. Ogdon Is building n brJct house sixteen rooms. U will be tilleil wllh hot and cold water, slearii heat and electricity. They especl to move In at Christmas time. Mr. and Mrs. George Ed on Sept. 1-ith, a dnTightcr. Mr. and Mrs. John Lar- sen, on Sept. 15th, n daughter. All (he threshing gangs arcs hard at work, and reports o( the ylctfs aro beginning lo in. The S1ck ranch reports nlue bush- els to the acre on balled land. Mr. John Hill got 3G busbels lo the acre. The schools are in full swing with over 100 pupils registered autl more Hustling Town Appremies the Efforts of the Herald to (live Good Service Grassy Lake, Sept. James Larson formerly a pJonefr resident bul now ot Chicago Is In town renewing olj acquaintances. Mr. anil Fred Phillips motored over from Foremost Thursday and look Mrs. -Larson back with them where she will visit for a chorl time. H. A. Drlggs ot t'ori Sashutcliewni- ls In town on business. Uorn lo Mr, and Mrs. George Flew, n daughter, September ISUi, Mru. Palerton returned from Maple CrcoK Saturday morning accompanied by her daughter Mrs. W. K. Lynn, who will vlsll friends for a short lime, congratulate tho Herald oci be- ing connected with the nuw Canadian National Xows Service. We now get the morning paper directly r.fler Ihe arrival of Ihe 4.30 train. Something new for Grassy liko. A car load of hunters went out to KlugV Tuesday and returned with n good bunch ol ducks. They say the lake Is thick with ducks. Sain Ulbson has a new Overland car. liny Renfrew motored down from Coaltlatc yesterday In hts Dodge car, Mr, William Flew an aged and pion- eer resident, passrd 'away Friday, September 21st al the Bow Island hoi pltal, wnere ho Iiad gone for (real- inrnl Just a few days before. Mr, had been z patlonl sufferer tor some time, hnvlne undcrgono ojicraUons from time lo lime, nnd owing lo his advanced 050, death was nut unox pec ted. Mr. Flew was one o( our carl test settlers, coming here with hla family before ovtr there was a Greas> Lake, settling or. his (arm, Joining Uie 10 HAVE SJAIi M. Orion, Sept. U very erallfj- mg lo iiolo I bo amount of wheat that .j being brought Into Orion every day. U Jiiafcea business lonfc good for U full aud winter. We nro very glad lo hcar'that we wfl! soon havo a station agent at Drltm. Tlio amouDl ot freight and express handled here most certainly calls for ono and we nro lliaakful lhat railway oiflclals aro on Ibfl Job. Siullti'6 Lllllnrd parlor will lia open- ed for business In a foiv days In Ihclr ncw'locatlon c-n the main street. We umsl coiupllnicul Mr. Uarby oa the pable way Jn Mhlch ho handled Ihe ovlng of Ihe LulldEnK. Mr. Guno, one of our most efficient carpenters, has returned from Seven Persons, whcro ho has toeen pulUns Ilio finishing touches op Chirllo Kobh's new liHUard parlor.k3Ir. Oucn Is at present making Nelson's meat market snug for the winter, -Mrs. Hitler is vMtlng Mrs. Kelson at Iho Fly int ranch whero sho Is be- ing Initiated Into the mysteries or threshing. hrowing la nbout over In this vicinity nuil Ihc farmers arc taking advantage of (he fine veaUicr by do- Ing a lot of fnll plowing. Harry I'cck has built a now pig pen alongside Ma barn U'uera ho expects to do a llltlc fattening for tho winter. Tho surplus of Iho Hall Insurance commission for Saskatchewan this year will lie between J60.000 and 000, according ID reliable inlarmaUon. present lowQ9Lta and Oolng homes lead 11 u lies. lie leaves to mourn Ms loea the widow and sit children. Mm Hearst, ot Taber, Mrs. Llowl lyn, George, Charles, Mobcl and Walt or. all of Grassy LaJic. 'The Tunoral I; to he held Sunday from the l.nller Daj BalnLs Church at two o'clock. The threshers got day; Iho laat of thlfi week, but up till thcr Ihe weather, was broken, nbou linlf the llircshfns In the district Ilrs. Guy -McCann visited rlth the taller'a elsler, Mrs. McCor- mlck ot Enchanl, on Sunday. Mr. W. J. Mulr, who recently re- :umcd from a convention ol the Xew York Life Ins. Co, al Salt Lake City, .again soHcitfaR business la this district. Mr- aca" Mrs. Sheridan were Leth- bridge shoppers on Monday. We arrf sorry to report ihe Illness of Mrs. Wra. Stallcop during ihe past wssk. Dick Clemenls fruiscrval've It Is talk- IDE sense and the more sense lhat Is talked UIBLO days the belter for Can- and Ihe worac for prcntcera. Tho KOYerament should act on the ad- vjce of its Toronto friends. was Ibe purchaser of Mrs. O. K. Baughman's, piano. Jlr. and Mra, Oco. Kaump molored to Carman gay on Wednesday. Miss Turle? U flailing with G. A. Holdea. A Family eatherlog vas held at .Ihe home ol Mr, 0. A. llolden In Travcra o'n Sunday, previous (o the departure o.' Mr, aod Mn. Baughman and fam- ily, (or the Stales. Among those present Vcre Mr. and Mrs. Tur- ley and Jllsa TMrJty of Rellaw; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kllloll; Herman oJflfin ftntl Miss Mary Kuch. A number of (ho Travcrs young people attended tho dance giv- en'In the hall at Enchant by Mr. Mc- C'ormtck. The muflJn provided Mr, and Mra, Mtaon of Trnvers WP.S ex- cellent, and all relumed reporting a right Jollr eood time. Mr. und Mra, C. Fl. SI. John moved Ihelr household effects lo Lomond on Monday, where St. John ex- pects to remain In charge ot the Standard Bank there, Mr. N'ltnmo of Medfclne JM anrt Mr. A, N- McCulcheoo, manager of the Con led Ballon Life Insurance Co, of Oaleary, made a business call Trarera Jasl wccJr. M-. O. H. nauKhroao aad fatnilr, 0. A.fHoIden and Wm. Shcr- (From Our Own Corrtspondtnl) Macleod, Sept. Peter Waiffcr, who enlisted wJlh the I3tb and has a Lomeitead tn the Porcu- pine HIHs, returned today, .Invalided home from shell shock, while at the front, and rheumatism from damp- ness of the He reports lo the Medical .Board la Calgary In few days and may be discharged dur- ing Ihe (all. Fie. Joseph rtrcmner, another Mlh man returned on this morning's train, having been invalided home with rheumatism. lie.had his first atfack whfJe In England, and alter crossing lo France was Iree for a time, but a few months In thai climate affected j Mm to auch an extent lhat the doctor him back to'England. From; there he wag relurncrt home to .Mac- lead. He will reporl at the Calgary Medical Board, and may have his pap- ers for discharge within the next few tnonlha. He Is a baker by trade, and hopes Lo be able lo tafee up hla pro- alter bta discharge. Joe 3ars Macleod looks good (o him. T. M. Brown, Spring Point, recelr- jed a litter telling him (hat George Lcnton. who enlisted with the 13th, n Macleod, had been killed (n one ot he recenl engagements. He owned and, with some life fn the Bea- rer Creek ilhtrlcl, and lefl all at the caii tu arku hss paid the supr reme sacrifice. Mr. Brown will loot after.the effects anfi property. Yields Beat Average, The. past weeh baa been a marie lo order week (or Ihe farmers, In fin- ishing their culling, and preparations tor threshing, and tbo thresher.1! arc IOK taking advantage of the very beat weather ever Eecn In Southern AlberU, for tbo woric that 19 lo be lone. The eleralora are busy all the time, wllh No. 1 wheat, for which the farmer receives 1 price. The, yield la varying, but will average 20 bushels or more, an'J wllh many of the men on the machines the opinion Is expressed thai (he will be al least 25 lo the acre. There Is a larger acreage of breaking ready for year than dl (hfa (Ime In 1316, with a bright prospficl of a larger acreage for than ID any lime In Iho jiasl. TAKE FLAVELLE, BART., AT HIS WORD, ;Baronet Flnvello nnd his bacon pionfs furnish ammunition Tor the Mltallon for the filing of Ihe nrire Man lei! Montana. Jloaday for points In Mr. atid Mra. Raughman foodstuffs and the heavier Uia- Der acre. Are old timers In Ihli district fltid wo their departure from rum to unity. Mr. E. Horam ol Whtat Centre ?.-as In Trarera this irceK and reports a surprising turn out In his wheat crop, which aversecd oTtr 23 bushcli SORE ON UNCLE 8AM. Sept. commcnlfng fla the latent concerning QIC ecllTilic: oi Coun', ncrnalortl, rorracr ambassador lo Iho dulled the Koelnlsclio Volks Zcllur.g. according !o Amslcr- dam dispatches lo Reuler'3, saya: "This II (rue, has a rer? ajrecablo character, and U la hlenly regrcdable. Tho American govern- ment, GoJ knows how, wa] able to nol a hoid apparently of Ihe colleclton of German focumcntn, wiilcli It U now exploiting agalnel ui and Sweden. What Ibe state dcpirl menl rcmarkn about the relation twecn Voit Ilcrrmlorlfn policy and Ihc U-boat war. can Jjc recognized as n misleading Invention by CTCTXOHO who knuwa the history prcccjiiig U-boat campaign." These Men Will Help You Decide s Are you liable to be selected for service under ihe Military Service Act The answer (o this question is being made readily available (or you. Remember that the first class lo be called includes only men between ihe ages of 20 and 34, both inclusive, who'are unmarried or without children, ihose married after July 6, 1917, being deemed single for the purpoies of the Act. Medical Boards are now being established throughout Canada. These Boards will examine, free of charge and obligation, all men who wish to be examined as to their physical fitness for military service. They will tell you in a vfry short time whether your physical condition absolves you from the call or makes you liable fo? (election. It n important that you obtain this information as soon ai possible. A certificate of from a Medical'Board will secure (or you freedom from responsibility under the Military Service Act from any Exemption Tribunal. A certificate of fitness will not preclude an appeal (or .on any ground. In order thaf you may be able to plan your future with certainty, vieil a ai soon as possible and find out if you are liable to be selected, Your family your employer are interested as well youneli. luarJky The MUUary Stniet Cornell. 121 ;