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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SB THE J-ETHHRIDGE DAILY HERALD VMONDAY. SKPTKMHKU 21, 191? Central Kmpires Published Re- plies to IVice Proposal Be- fore Go! Thorn ierlln ami Vienna vfre alioul. TOudltinus ot lilc peace nesol- oQS they Intend to liropose than was the poise. While They accept the leading sujKestlous of the inpalnolc anlliiE toe limitation cl arma- ments, their silence concerning Del- glum, Serbia. Rumania. Alsace-l.or- ralue. Trent and Trieste Is (noted upon as slgtffli'UI. REASON FORM Rome. Sept. lie Auslrian and Gorman replies 10 Tope Henedid. Osservaiore Romano, the Vatican official organ, says: "The Vatican has not yet received iho rerlies uf ihe central powers Vubllshed hero under a Zurich dale. This makes the treatment received by the vat: trail from (he central pow- ers worse than ihst which ihe Holy Sec complained o.' when President Wilson answered the papa! noie through Secretary of' Therr- was Tery little or i as Ter orning' ihp clly council, Thp metier of pav- repairs came ui> anil il was out that iho reason tho repairs on 3rd S. not lifeu done In fart the Ausi'ro-Hungarian and I Uiat the reciters for iho company had wrilien lhat they ucre sending In an outfit in ton days to undertake the work. This was SODIO weeks ago, hui the outfit has not showed up yei. How- errr, the city Is now In a pestiion where it canool lake the Eloso reten IJQQ monies to pay poroe other concern lo do tho wort. German replies were published before the Vatican had received iheoi at all." Are Disappointed. Rome. Sept. replies ol the central empires was a disappoint- ment even to the Vatican, according to reports current todav. !n polit- ical circles it is observed lhal both AUCTION SALE HORSES, CATTLE and FARM IMPLEMENTS THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LIMITED, OF CALGARY AND LETHBR1DCE, ADMINISTRATORS OF THE ESTATE OF THE LATE JAS. S. ELGIN, OF TBAVERS, ALTA., WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT THE ELGIN' UOMKSTKAI) N. E QUARTER SEC. 30. TWF. 13, RGE. 19. V.'. 4TH 8 MILES SOUTH OF TRAVERS. 9 MILF.S WEST OF KNCKAMT On THURSDAY, SEPT. 27th AT 1.30 O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON About 50 head of Bief Cattle, consisting of: 3 yearlinj; steers; a year old iwo year 7 iwo year old beifeis with call al foot; 4 yearliDE heifers; 5 year olfl hPifera; -I youn? cow? with al foot; 1 dry cows: Thpse cattle are all in good condition, Uie ihree year oM sieers bring prime.beef tiow. All tbe female stock i? supposed to have been hreil this season. 1 work horses; 2 registered pure bred Poland China sows, farrowed April 2nd. Registration papers go wiih ?ows: 1 sow three month old; 1 boar; three months obi; lot of hrns and chickens; 1 binder; '2 discs; 2 sulky plows; 1 drill; 1 3- section drag harron-; 1 heavy wagon and box; 1 hay rack; 1 walk- ing plow; griadsione and frame; lot or harness. Also Ihe contents of (he Shack, consisting ol" Furniture. Cooking Utensils, ttetulhig, Everything Must be Sold. Positively No Keserve. Terms Cash. Wtf L. WILSON, FARM AND LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER PHONE 1023, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA HIS HURT BADLY Ottawa Appoints Tribunal Members Today; To Decide Status of Discharged Men lm TMs tapn 833 GCHAID St. EAST, TOIOXTO. "For Iwo years, I-WM a Ticlini of Aruts lodisestion and In The Stomirh. It snerwjrdi allifirJ my JJtjt I mJ I liiJ pains alloter my so that I could hirJIy moye around. 1 tried all kicils of Medicine but nonft of them did mo any good. At last, 1 decided lo try I bought tho first lior June, and EC-TT I Tjsil, eflrr thire tojrfs! I recommend Kmit-i-mra" to fcayOM from Indigestion14. I'RKD J. CAVEFXV SCc. a boi, 6 for J--'.50, trill Me. At alldraltrs or senl postpaid bf FruiU l-Uves LumUsl. OUava. Hut They Are Doing Their Furi is Their VurLicular Object Ottawa, The board of In Ottawa to- day to appoint one member of each local tribunal to htir applic- ation for exemption under the of the Military Service Act. The board consists of nominees, one half representing the gov- ernment and one half repreient- [ng the opposition. It wac w Ublithed by Joint resolution of the icnate and the heuie of com- The board of selection wilT name 12 members for this Judic- ial district, who will act with the mwnben named last week by His Honor Judge Jacksjn. The Ottawa selections will make each tribunal consist oT two men at required by the act. The Case of Discharged Ottawa, Sppl. All men dis- charged [rom the Cnnadlau Eiyedl- tlonary FOTCO In Canada tauil who tievc nnt beeo overseas) vrlll be re- quired 10 report under Ihe terms oT the military service net. Their mili- tary service in Canada will not ex- empt llicm from Hie requirements ol act. and, If they wish to secure exemption on any or iho grounds, they must fill In their formi ol ftpplicatlon. This, o( course, ap- plies only to unmarried men aud, coming wlihlu the age lim- its of the first call. It is well uDdcrMood that the nf Mm J men proli- ably will be unable, for medical rea- sons. to rani; as class "A" and only class "A" will lie called to Ihe-col- ors. But there are numbers of men discharged for reasons other (han medical uufltness. Where physically Canadian neailqunrlers In France, Tin London, Sept. tbe Cana- dian correspondent the Canadians hail no part in winning Thursday's victory in the region cast of Ypres where for mtny months in I II'IS and 191G they kept under raost difficult eondliions, -ihcv are Uoin; their full yarl in the consoli- (lotion cl the gronml At Mes-j sines, part o( the railway maintenance under fire undenalEeu V conipaniea of Canadians who have remained in the viires region ever since .1915. Merely An Endeavor (o Disrupt ihe Allies After Russian til, and, exemption has Yol been grant- ed by iho tribunals, they bo call- ed Iu tho colors again. How far members ot Ihe Canadian Kx peril! Inaary Force who have been overseas anil not BCCU actual rightiug will bo Mfecled IIRJ uot yet boon de- termined. Tbe act excciMs, am oihers: "Men wlto have since August 1914, served iu the military tar naval of Great Urllaln or her allies any theatre of actual war and lutTj been, honorably discharged therefrom." It Is horo llml the difficulty arises fe tho precise doduliton uf theatre of actual n precise definition Is of vital fen parlance In tbe bearing of phrase on men dla charged from tho C. K. K. As to 1hc man has secu actunl ftglitlnE nt tbe front, tV.ere can bo no question. lie is oxcopted. In its broader as- pect, pracllcally the world Is a theatre of war. Hut tho definition so fnr given to the term does not make the cicepllon applicable to Canada. Therefore, men who havts not been overseas will bo required to report when the first call Is Issued. Uut does It apply to Knglaml? The Canadian soldier proceeding overseas regards himself as In a theatre of war when he reaches Knclaiwl. Eul to the old country soldier, England Is far from the actual war. It Is probable that the term "theatre of nctual war" will be sub- mitted to hlfih legal authority for a precise definition. In the meantime, discharged soldiers affected by the eel are urged to note that the whole motive is national service. a man can do better service to his country by remaining at home, ho be cicmpleil. So Says Former Minister's Counsel in Trial Now in Progress at I'eUogrjd PetrograJ, Sept. General SDukboiuoHuort, Iho former inliifetor of war, was depleted as the vk'llui of conspiracy in which M. Ciuou- kofT, his former friend, was Ihe arch- conspirator, by Alturiiey tho ei-mlulstor's counsel, in Iho closing arguments or his trial mi a i-hargo of treason, Dealing with General Soukhomolln- oCT's alleged relations with Altsduiler. whom tljn iiroscculjyn charges a mas- ter spy, ilerhircd tlic on- ly grouiid of projutllcc against Alls- chuler was tliat 'IP waa n Jow. He branded all charges Altechuler as frivolous The prosecutor. Attorney Saeharln declared, belug unable to prove (hat Gen. Eoukhomliiioflf had ruercennry motives for treasonable acts, atlemiit- cd to prove It by referring lo "myster- ies" Iu Ihe war minister's life, but all Mint was childish gossip. The lawyer attempted to discredit (iuchkoff's evidence al the trial. He pointed out that whcu he asked Guch- IcoCT the source of bis information that there Hffo spies in the cutourpgo of General Soukhomollnoff, GuchkofT had answered: "I don't wish lo say." The general's counsel-declared Iho evidence of Hie Auslrlmi .spy. Sillier, which was obtained behind closed should.be discredited hccausu Miller, threatened with execution, WAS ready to invent "ridiculous fables" In order to save his own neck. 10 FOOL ALLIES During a vis-ii to region east of Ypres on Saturday I encounter-1 ed a party oi men with Maple l.naf badges assembling preparatory lo en- j ing out' to their work in the roads in i Hill 60 region. A heavy artillery en-1 Ragement. was in progress, and ihe i German lieavles pounding away I ,il the summit of Hill CO. and lo the where ihe Yprc-s-Mcnin road pa.cs-' ed up over the ridge. With pick and i shovel, men who rijk their lives and nol infrequently lose ihem in making straight the piuhs for fighting troops and their supplies, marched on and up Fashion ioto the shell-swept area as il It were, as "in truth it was, all part of the dais's work. Standing on a littlr hill between anil llellfir corner London. SeuT. 24. In a long rcvjpw of the war situation the Observer says that premature talk, by its tendency lo divide public opinion, can 6nlv iiro- ihe horrors ,aiid misery of the struggle. ;r- "Germeny her says the Observer, "want the allies mere and more to indulge, Ijke Russia, In a demoralizing impiMence of floods ol AUCTION SALE Of 120 Head of Dairy Stock 20 horses, 10 pure brtd Shropshire ewts, 4 broad sows and 7 young pigs, 6 sets work harness, 1 set light double driving harness, farm wag o HE. spring tod hi harrow, 'water tank with pump and hose and a lot cf other farm, machinery, r' HAVING LEASED OUR FARM THE ABOVE WILL BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT Henderson's Raw h, Pincher Creek Thursday, Sept. 27 TEN O'CLOCK SHARP THREE MONTHS CREDIT ON JOINT LIEN NOTES BEARING INTEREST AT TEN PER CENT., OR-FIVE PER CENT. DIS- COUNT FOR CASK. H, HENDERSON AUCTIONEER' tam about1 peace, instead'bf conctm definite action that'will fin tali the war. President Wilson has laid a heavy soap-bor ora tors and U is not too much to hope the Meriin road one understands why uhal our own government wltl follow the enemy his poured out his bloo'rt America in, this respect and1 take dif like water, to retain the succession oC -crenl steps to stop lheJ disintegrating and mounds that compassed Ypres about from Pilcfcem, on the northeast, lo Wytschaete, on the south- ivesl. AU ihli high land Is now and where the Canadians for .more lhan a year, could not emerge [or a moment by day from their trenches, men novr walk about in (he open with- out fear of enemy obEervallon. Only Ironi Ihe nir can Ihe Germans see what is going on la what formerly the Ypres salient, and yesterday the air was so filled v.ith squadrons of our airplanes, some so up as to he but minute specfcs iu the deep blue of i the sky, that no German plane dared I venture over. I Erlii5b anrl Dominion troops, corning out to after their fine performanc- es, are jubilant. The enemy's leases before and iluriiiK Ihe advance were great, but in his fruitless tonnter-al I am.assured by persons who I helped to bent-lhfini off. Prince Run- prc-chl was as rechlcss oi the lives of his men an In the baUle of Lens j monlh ajro. The activity on the Canadian front is still helon- normal, fn the SI. Laur- ent sector another post was put out this (Sunday) morning at a point where the observation ol Lens is cx- cellenl. The enemy had been usinp i trench mortars and gas shells freely the night, but made lllllc. re- Istance to our forward in ore men t mischief of'pRciflsl propaganda." Tho Observer then" proceeds to em phaslze the importance of America In ,1m war as follows: "America, with her super-abundance of all technical creating th offensive of Us destructive power In far mars formidable manner thap Rua In .her best circumstances coul ever have broughllo bear. "The allies arc sure of liarves We are convinced that only ami the year of unity, endurance and cconom is required. Poacn before next sprin rould only spell compromise by negollloak arm chain; leather upholitercd; "olid oak lounge; one 'oak library table; Ml of (oik dining chain; heateri; 3 burner oil itove; baby buggy; kitch- en cabinet; mahogany dreiacr and itand; kitchen chilri; talking machine In new concritTon and other Items. GOODS ON VIEW MONDAY EVENING, 7.30 to TERMS CASH PHONES 779-444 CANADIANS MUST NOT WASTE COAL THIS WINTER Montreal, Scpl. ans will not have lo go without coal actually needed this win- ter, yet there will be no sur- plus, and the supply musl tie carefully conserved lo mnkc It go round. So slates Thomas Utitt, general fuel agent of the Canadian Pacific railway, re- turning from conferences in the United Slates with government officials Ihere, as well as with Canadian and American railway and steamship officials and coal operators. GENERAL STRIKE The G. N. telegraphers' strike which for 11 o'clock this mornhnf, has alfcct- -fr cd the employees In O both cast amt wsel._Thc C. X. v Ily. is affected. 0- INLAND REVENUE RECEIPTS Ottawa, Sept. 24.- -Receipts from in and revenue during Ihe month of Aug- st totalled 'an increase ver the figures for the same month ast yean The tolal for August of 19IG 735 Revenue from excise last month in S2.19S.731.10, of which to- iacco brought in and cigars Excise duties on spirits real- zed War lai revenue came to S312.S9S. STEEL WORKERS STRIKE Portland, Ore., Sept. 21.--AnnroilnT ately workers In three Portland steel yard laid down Ihelr (ools loday and joined Ihe 3.000 men ivho walked oul of the Portland wooden shipyards :enlly lo enforce Iheir demands for ilgher wages and Iho closed shops. Work OD Kovcrnmenl contracts al the steel yards was halted. Join the Ho me Defence movement for the conserva- tion of food. Help to pre- vent waste by demanding the whole wheat grain in break- fast foods and bread stuffs. Substitute whole wheat for rheat, eggs and potatoes. The whole wheat grain is the most perfect food given to man. In Shredded Wheat Biscuit you have, the whole wheat grain made digestible by shredding and baking. Every particle of the whole wheat grain is used including the outer bran coat which is so useful in keeping the bow- els healthy and active. For any meal with milk, and fresh fruits, Made in Canada, IS CROSS, FEHS1I, FROM GOPPAIK IF TONGUE IS COATED, BREATH BAD, STOMACH SOUR, CLEAN LIVER AND BOWELS speak, Canada n'lll be represent- ed hr linn. Hodolphe Lemleui, ei- Keneral. ITALIAN AVIATORS DEMONSTRATE IN U. S. Washington, Sept. Three Kal- ian airplanes, pllolcil by Italian mill lary avlalora, new about 200-mflea u-llhoiil slop ttiilay from Langler at [lampion, Va., to Ihe capital nd landed without mishap In Polo Merchant Marine Officer in Hali- fax Says Allan Liner Reached the Irish Coast mac Park, near grounds. Halifax, N. S.. Scnl. an officer of a merchant steamer now In port, the Virginian, al one :lmo an Allan Liner, was one or the :atekl victims of the Hun submarines off the coasf. The officer's slory, puMfahiiu fn a local paper, rleth with, the submarine attack on a n'jmbcr of rebels helnx convoyed and reports of which have already reached American porta. The officer here claims that elglit vessels noi five, aa previously reported. were sunk and that Ihe Virginian, lerloua- ly crippled and In a linking condit- ion, managed to make the beach. "It la Impossible for me lo said the officer, "whether aur eub. marlnea were sunk or nol. We were scattered over quite an area find our ship had her own trouble In gelling away. The destroyera were; busy, however, and I am Quite sore some of them got what they were UminK at. Wllii a [icayy se> juiiniiiB Hiiil nothing but a pcrlacope lo alrr at, U ID difficult lo id a killing blow at a submarine." the While House B. C. LOSES LUMBER ORDERS. -Vancouver, Sept. to lack of notloms to transport freight [o Asutralla, Ilrlllsh Columbia Is los Ing orders for feel of lum- ber, and Ihe orders will be given lo mllla InWaBhlnglon and Oregon, says Mel N'ellion ol Hnn Vranclnco, Irade commissioner for Hev who Is now In Vancouver. Give. "California Syrup of ;il teaspoonful loday ollcn saves sick child lomorrow. If your llttlo one la out-of-sorts, half- Isn't resting, eating and acMng Mother! ace 1f longno 3 coated. This Is a nurc algn Its lllle stoniacn, liver and bowels arc Jogged ivlth wasle. When cross, Irrl- feverish, stomach >ad or has slomach-ache, dlarrtioca, lore throat, full of cold, give a Ica- ipoonful of "Cnllfornla Syruu of n'ga." and In il few liours all Ihe connllpalcd poison, undigested food and sour bile gently moves oul of flE little bowels oiil and >'ou have a well, playful child again. .Mothers can rest easy a.flcr giving ihls hannlcaa "fnilt because It never falls lo cleanse Ihe Illlle one's liver and howeTn and sweeten the stomach and they ilc-arly lovo Us pleasanl laslc. l-'iill directions for liab- lea, clilldrrn of all agc3 for grown- ups prlnlcd on each boltle. Beware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for R 60-ccnt Imlllc of "California Syrup of (hen see trial It Is mode hy Ihe "Cnllfornla Syrup G, N. W. REFUSES FINDING Otlawj. Sept. notification of Che refuaal of Ojc 0. X. W. Telegraph Com- pany to accepl ftie flndloga of the hoard of conciliation which Inquired Into the dis- pute bshvetn the company and Its employees, reached the department of labor this rnornlnK In Ihe form rof a lengthy letter from frftorfe D. I'erry. of Toronto, Tnanpigcr of the company, r HORSES For Sale I hiivc brought 'in ;i cur load of good horsc.s. ANYONE WANTING. GOOD HORSES GET BUSY. THEY ARE NOW AT My BARN. L F. BONNELL Irrigable Farm Land We huve a few choice quarter itclions for Mle in the COALOALE DISTRICT. Price from per acre. Ea'iy Terma. A'pely PHONE (34J WIIXOX ifc SKKITII C. P. R, LAND AOENT3 SHERLOCK .BUILDING New Await Yrar Approval THt LARGEST SELECTIONS WITHIN YOUR REACH IN DRESS GOODS AND (ILKS, HOSIERY AND GLOVES, COR- SETS AND UNDERWEAR, WAISTS AND NECKWEAR, SUITS, COATS, SKIRTS, DRESSES, KIMONAS, UNDIR- SKIRTS, SWEATER. COATS, ETC., AND PRICES IN THE MAJORITY OF CASES NO HIGHER vTHAN THOSE OF A YEAR AGO ON ACCOUNT OF VERY EARLY PLACING. OP ORDERS BEFORE THE Bid ADVANCES WERE PUT ON. Northway Garments .Lead Them All FOR STYLES, WORKMANSHIP AND EXCELLENCE OF VALUES. Plush Coats Plnin null Fur Trlannccl. lo Velour In burEundv, green, navy, Unck, clc. to Tweed Coats Smartest new -styles In lilg variety. to Siu.u-lcst Suits Cheviots, (.weeds, serges, pop- llDS, CtC. to Pretty ,Skirls Serges., velourSj checks, stripes, etc, Silk Serge Dresses Handsome new Blyls varfcly of cliolca. to Outstanding Valies 01 all these Lines WE SPECIALIZE IN BIG WOMEN'S GARMENTS. Watson's .Underwear Union Sulls, Veals.. Drawers, Slocpcrs, Tiglils. etc., In com- plete fall slock In young Indies and O. S. slzca. Union Suits Finest rllrc wool, ahorL sleevoa knee IcnElh. Caslnncrc nose All nt last'year's nrlcoa, A (7Q- tiiendoua filock..to choDso from in children's, and ladles' sixes. VTa'cger Ilose fadlcsT Boyl1 Heavy Rldbcd Pure Wool esc Dainty Waists Voiles, crcpo .do cheno anfl ECorKtttc. Slzca up Id lo 910.00' Swcalcr Coats' Dcnutlfiil garmcnlR In wool. Scparnlc coals or matched At Jjilft.OO, Oossiird Corsets In big variety of choice. Every pair to ?'8.00 Clarke Co. The Store '612 3rd Ave. Scvth ;