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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE T1TK LETHBRtDUE HERALD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1917 A PAILY AND W EE-KLY delivers J. per week......If delivered year by mail, per by mail, TELEPHONES Bnilc-59 Office............... 1252 Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director I John Torracce Easiness Dates of. eiplry ot sijDicrlpllcas ap- daily on address la tie I. Accept- luce of papers after expiration data la I pur authority to continue lie icrlption. despatches would indiraie Mr, 1 lamia was, about lo do something. U may Interest tho ijuMIr to know Lbal the preis of the United States Is attacking tho price of flour vigor- ously, and inc.? appear to have aroused food Controller Hoover to the need of tatted some action. Toe Spotes- mm Review is cue ot ihe leaders in the movement In ihe coast slates and In a recfiit i-ddorial article It said: A statement lu yesterday's map Rerleir by P. H. McKay, farm loan expert for tho Viitan Trust com- pany nnJ for JS n grain Irjyor Tor; northwestern throws light on -Mr. Hoover's statement That con- sumers In tho FarEiic northwest would pay as much tor flour uuder the pres- ent 'hey vrould pay If ihe Pacific northwest were given baste ports raarfcets. the millers of the north- west are getting wheat at the reduced govern nieni price. Mr. McKay notes that flour prices have noi been i-orre- Ycur Kfng and Country You Right Nowl I THE PROGRESS THE WAR Though ihere Is c.o lull in the fisht- Ifcg OD the west froat. Lhc Rilled ad- Uelgicm seems to bo held up I by terrific counler-nHacks on the pan Uio Theas attacks have tie enemy nothing other Ibao to stop the progress of the British [or L short time. J Tiip feature of the recent drive Is I that it seems lo have convinced the Huns that their new method of de- I lease has failed. They had given up I the old method o[ defending from (he I front lino trench and hed taken refuge I in shell holes and strongly defended (machine-gun emplacements which they I had hoped would escape the British I bombardment prior lo the raiin attack I by infantry, German prisoners Indi- HiaL tfaa new defence has failed. The announcement that Ihe Hus Bians would greatly reduce the size of I their army, bringing men home to ln- Icrease Ihe prooucllon of the country. reduced. Accordics '.o careful computation, the present wholesale price ot ilour should be '15.33 a Inbtead of JlO.Cd to 510.SO ,lho present Spokane quotation. Here Is his calculation: It takes four and one-half bush- els of 2cd pounds of wheat to make a barrel of flour. A barrel of flour weighs 19fi pounds. Afier allowing four pounds waste or toss to each barrel, the miller sltJI has 70 pounds of mill Iced Ml, which sells at J35 jier'tou, or 1 3-4 cents per pound. So the mill feed from each b.irre} of flour IB worth 51.32 at present and four aoil one- half bushels at per bushel amounts to The government allows for cost of manufacture "75 eeilia i'er lijifil Quij nlso al- lows 25 cents per barrel as o. legitimate manufacturer's profit. If the above outline Is correct, lo decide what the wholesale price of 3 barrel of flour should be we first figure up Ihe cost of (he wheafused In producing a barrel of Roar and add to this Ihe cost OL manufacture and the allowed pro- fll. We have found that Hie wheat cost lo which should be added per barrel, government allowance. Therefore, the total selling price of flour and feed should bo J9.55. If from Ihls we deduct che value of the mill feed, which Is 1.22, we liave loll a bal- ance ot which lie the wholesale Felling price of a barrel of flour In Spokane today, Ithus hp.lntus out Ihe financial position The present price of flour in Spo I and leaving only real cfTectiTvS at the I ka no is' equivalent lo wheat log for wheat and milling it oc I the government basis ot 7a cents a I time vigor. There is no doubt that aj barrel manufacturing cosl and 25 cents I front, i mean that Russia will yet I return to tic war with some of her old- amaller army, properly officered, equipped atid supplied would be much 1 more likclr lu do e (Tec live work than the present mob. Argentina has delayed a declaration lot war on a German note vaguely pro- mis ing something in the way of a revi- sion ot submarine warfare. The Un- Ilted StalCE went through the same Iperlence. Argentina will yet declare I -war on the Huns, and Lhe exposures of I German intrigue DOT made in the Stales will ho a big factor In dc- the Argentina governmeni of of further ncgotia- I the uselesaness I lions. PICKED UP IN PA SSIJVG jggj? THE BUSY MAN PousUft, prominent clLlsen o( Aylmer. Is (3eaa. J. C. iUUan, K.C, formerly of rval, dlud fii Southse Dr. G. W. former reevo of Dutton. Ont, Is dead. A soa is a pro- fessor la iho University- of Sastalcbe- ArchlbiM McPhcrftQn, prominent unwlcX OnL, firmer, vas gored to death by a bull. i Robert Murray, ajc-d "4, one of iho promlneut farmers of East Zorra, Out., is Her. II. E, POTT. Presbyterian min- ister at Creslon, B.C.. for three years, has resigned, Two Cranbrook mec, Tl. C. Pool and John I'den. action. are reported killed In Col. D. Henderson, formerly or Kurt Steels, dleJ at Kaslo, IJ.C. Sir RoJuiond KobUn says will not re euter politics. GRAIN IN fjtov FROST PAOM) lu Alberta noit year uercr were bel- ter. There Is mile 1C auy criticism on lha ffxeil price of wheat. Soiua of Ihe farmers complain of coarse, other commodities should also J A. Aloiander. president ot Ihe como under the hauimer and rlghlly S. F. MrKlnnon Co., Toronto, la tlead. o. Ceo. Walter, a euperannuited Mcihodlsl mlnlsler. dted at Tcroulo. Walter Sterling, clly auditor of Tor- onto for many years, Is Her. W. D. Casweil. late of ppg. has been appointed bursar of Victoria university, Toronto. Liquor may be secured promptly oil 'phono order In Toronto, accordiog to the evidence .Riven al au Inquest. Dr. T. D. Flint, clerk of the llouso of Commons, Is rctirlog on a pension of a year. Henjimln Smith, EUperinUndeut of tho Carnation Milk Products company, at Aylraer, Ont., dropped dead. Pte. Henri Rouleau, son of tho late Dr. Rouleau, of Calgary, died of wounds in France. Flight Lieul. Ellis V. Reid, a Tor- onto architect, son of A. M. Reid, of the Great West Life, has been killed In. fiction. Capt. Gilbert Edwards, former deputy reeve of Hope, Onl., Icwnsliip, was killed in action. Walter V. Moore, of the Bank ol Commerce slaCf. lied Deer, has been transferred to Macleotl. St. Catharines has decided to buy haddock and cod for sale to citizens, and authorized the purchase ol coal for public distribution. A farmer at Glelchen very recently received for a single car o'f hogs, and the same party received tlie week before last for a car. Rev. G. A. Kinf, of has btien invftcd (o Victoria Avenue Methodist church, Chatham, and Ilev. J. K. J. Mlllyard, of Llstowel to Kings- vine. C. Swanson, of Iddeslelgh, Alberla, recently solrt an ox in Ihe Alberta slock yards that weighed pounds.'risler, Toronto, has been killed In brought per cwL, or a total of action. A brother was killed at Lanse- Major H. C. Fryer, son of II. B. Fryer, Fort William, formerly of McGregor, act tou. .Man., was killed !n Jos. J. Bowling, son ot Ihe lale Rev. Jas. T. Doirllng. BaplJst inliii'Eier, Col- borno, Ont., and brother to Dow- ling, editor of the Pejrolla Topic, was tilted in action. Capt- Mailland Lockhart Gordon, son of W. H. Lorkharl Gordon, bar- barrel profit, deducting the inarke value of the (oedsturts extracted In the process, the authorized govern meat price would bq about a barrel. But they are not paying 52.40 fo wheat. Farmers in the Palouse coun try are selling freely at an average .quotation of 51.90 for the beat grade cents less than the basis on which flour is now being sold. Tills Is a disappointing beginning for a law Ibat was enacted irlrh Just Iwo reduce the high cost of living and encourage the farmers to grow more wheat neil year. lion to certain figures published In the Lethbrldge Herald a day or two after the filed price oE wheat was an- nouuced. At that time we showed [that the price of flour ic I.ethbrldge should not he more than {5 per liun- I CONTRADICTIONS IN THE I FRANCHISE BILL. The Borden government's eicuse I for tlie dlsfranchisemem of citizens I of alien birth Js that it cannot Irust I the fate of necessary war measures to people likely to liave sympathies with 1 the enemy. Tbo Calgary Albertan points out question think the a line is drawn whereby all citi- samc a? Tbe Spokesman liens of alien enemy birlb who he-1 Review .is. making a fight for the con- At H. Brown's auction sale al Xam- ada, Alberlr., a bunch cf ihclr yearling heifers brought JG2.50 per head, and cows with calf at foot realized be- tween fOO and ?100. Major C- HungerTord-PolIen, has bene gazetted lieutenant-colonel and given command of the ItiTlh East Kool- enay regiment to succeed Lieut.-Col. J. Mackay, transferred fo the reserre of officers. Major Hungorford-Follen belongs to Cranbrook. Dr. J. W. Brlen may not run as Con- servative candidate In South Essex. He desires to return overseas if his health permits. The l.caralngton Post, like the Windsor flccord, is ticking W. J. Gregory. Rev. O. Mousloy, Incumbent cf the Anglican church, al Alivood, Perth county, has enlisted as a cadet In the j.q a naUve of Toronto and a H.C.F.C, for overneas service. student of Huron college, Londou. Since J. G. Korr, win-tne-war candi- date, retired in Kent county three names havu been mentioned as the Conservative candidate against A. B. McColE, M .P., John YV. Plowes, prin- dred retail. This locensed a Calgary clpal of the" Central pnbllc "school, miller to such an extent that he de-j Chatham; Thomas Scnllard, barrister, scribed the Herald's figures as bun- kum. But evidently there are olbers who are-Interested In the consumer's Chatham, and Xetl ol Mull. [came citizens prior lo 1002, have the 1 while those who came after arc loeprired of it If a German or an [.Austrian li not to ba trusted ID ren- I derlng a verdict on war measures, lirhy docs the government allow any of Ithem to vole? Are Its excuses for the lad and the provisions of the acl It- consistent? They are certainly not: Borne defenders of the measure Ithlnlt that most of the Germans In [Weateni Canada are deprived of the Dchbe That Is not Inc. case. I Only thoso who born In an en- mr coontry, lose the volo and there Iftre Terr few of this class compared h elllzena of dcrman il63cent, who rc ncrn In tho United Slates and conseqrienMy rank a? American cfll- and.are not dlstrzuclilsea. the Albertan points out, Lbe old Itrme'CenaanB In Eastern Canada rc- Iteln Ihe vote though (.hey were born I In Germany, but the now time ones In I Western Canada loso tho role. Ihore haa been more trouble vHh.tnc peoplo enemy blrlb and dasceiit Jn county. Out., than tho.ia of enemy birth or dcaccnl In any Ipart of (be Trest, and yet (Jic really llroublesoma ones retain sumer and sees almost eye to eye with the Herald -on- Ihls matter of flour prlcca. The' 'Herald atlll maintains lual flour eriould be ?10 lo Instead of SO wholesale, the JSied by the mlll- ng And a3 Hanr.n now' aeefn's" disposed to In IACTION WANTED ION FLOUH PIIICES. It tho coosumgra of Western Can- ada are foolish enough (o believe that It bo milling Interests will eat a prJci Ion Hoar In keeping uith a wheat prlco lot per hlsuel for No. 1 Northern If.o.b. Fort William than they subscribe I themselves ZB wllllns to allow the mill- to go on piling op enormous Iflts out ot the peoplo In lime. The iHenlri has made- an effort tu arouse I the public to the imnortanco ot con IcertM ictlon which will bring about {action pit the part of the food con !Tj whtlo ire tnow iDlereil (i no local orfftnlzatlon JIM jtl rU-pfl to cull allcntJon of J-XKi controller to the Mtuatlon he maltaj. It be good business f some- of Ihfi local public otfaril [Jons wniilfl starl a moTcmcnl looking :o acilon on behalf of the consumers In backing him up. On Thursday It was announced that Ogllvle Flour Milling Co. had paid a 25 per cent, bonus to Us shareholders. This may start the public thinking ser 'oosly abaal the price ol flour. Alberta's soldiers overseas are a sensible lot of chaps. Their choice of representatives In the legislature Is proof of thai. The Roaring nivev, Man., women protest against the Inequality of tho Franchise act. The roaring has only commcnced, loo. marck in 1515. If Dr. M. Clark is not nominated by Red Deer Liberals, H. Wood, president of the U.F.A.; R. B. ver, Red Deer and W. K. Puffer, 01- M.P.P., Lacombe, are mentioned as possible nominees. After three days' service as chief of the Fetorboro fire department, George '-was appointed by the council to succeed ex-Flrc Chief resigned. The reason given is that his wife objects to the hours in, IoV.ce at Ihe lire slntton. "Pinfilng a. calf to a barn door lo be dried, the Germans nailed a baby.Inside ii.and vrotcamdcniealli the vrord declared Rev- New- ell DwIpnlHUUs loahQrrlMcd'-.conBTe- gallon in Plymouth churcb, Now York, Dr. Hillis has jusL returned from a Iwo months' vlsii to Ihe front. He exhibited photographs of lue results of "a Ihousand German atrocities." A number o[ Masonld' lodges in Can- ada, are providing each members who serve in the war with a Masonic passport, commending to the brotherly care of all Masons who may find him In need of help. The passport l Lc printed 1n Kr.gltsh, French and Oer man, and will Le on parchment II will be carried in a (older attached lo a belt lo he worn next to the body.' Movement Is Steady and Coun- iry Filling Fire Is Averted Our Own Cardston, Stpl. might hlghost ever received by Ihe ranchers here; yet some of the best cattle have not Lie en sold anr] ihe holders look [or belter prices still. lo for cows and ?S5 to for sleers have been paid. .A. G. RiQuder of Troy, Ohio, dent of the UaLnil rtrnilnff Co.. Ltd., Unvtou, vrlio has beeu hero for lio past couplo of returned ipnro Salurilny. Mr. Stoudcr vaa pleased with the growth of his ta here- soil Fays tbcro are cw If any points In the country so ar as ho has sejii, whcro (hero aro jotter paying crops lian arcnnd here. Tlio MUml [arm which com- a aboul SPf0 ncrcj, has over acres In crop this year, which hey siy yield on nu average et eaat of 20 busheU. Three eecilona. vhkh arc included In Iho SCOO acres were purchased this spring and me section broken uu rlghl awny. iVe learn on KODU aulburily that Ibo lu! Farralug Co. havo ]iahl a dlv- deud ot jflO per cent, for tlie past wo yeirs and Umt even In the worst of years it litia hotrl Ita own and al- ays paid Its way. IN CAROSTON DISTRICT Cardston, Sept. U proceeding slowly on account of the showery weather. All outfits have tak- en to tLe fields but tho work Is spas- modic because o( the grain net being dry enough through (he rrequcut ralus. Jias ucen coming in to the elevators rnther slowly In consequence but that received tius far Is grading well. On Friday anil Saturday the dc- Ivertas were good, toe Alberta Pnclflc elevator receiving something over seven thousand Imsncls. 11 Is grading iO per cent. No. 1, only one load hax-- Idg come in that went as low as Xo. 3. In some, cases yields are Itiht but quite n number arc reporting 30 bush- els ncr acre. Rain again yesterday will delay Ibiugs this ween. Labor Is In good dciuaml, but thus 'ar no serious shorteee Is reported. The threshing crews being aided by :ho help from the hill country where the ranchers have all their harvesting done and they can spare teams for the good wogcs offered. Tho oullook this fall is for as good financial returns as from lasl year's crop tatlne tbe dlstricl as a whole. AT LUCKY STRIKE Lucky Sepi. li yielding' from S to 20 bushels. Rain during liie week-end stopped threshing but farmers are busy ploughing. Provincial Report Edmonton, Sept. re- ceived by the department of agricul- ture .today slate; lhat harvest opera- tions are practically finished and threshing has become quite-general throughout the province. In a few dis- tricts lain In the early part ol the week delayed threshing, since, how- everT the weather has been quite warm and particularly favorable for thresh Ing operations. Reports announce good yields geucraly with high grades In several districts 45 and 50 bushels or wheat and oats al the 100 busbel per acre mark have been reported, cations are thai the average yield wll fully our previous opllmlsllc Economy Begins at Home Governments, Chancellors, and business men talk economy, However, it is one thing to talk economy and another to-put it into Tht Canadian holds the key to the lituitlon. Real economy may be practised by (he housewife in food pmchasing (or ihe home. At very snHitt cost she may obtain the finest cocoa that money can buy a cocoa unexcelled as 2 fowl drink and unrivalled as a favoring, that adds extra delight to hundreds of dainty desserts. Write for COWAN'S Recipe Book on mailed free. 0 SWAN'S .Per reciio n now laouid yefllorday t OD cUargea ol oaulouaEo, have been a serious prairie fire was prevenlcd by Ihe prompt action of the A. P. P. office here on Thursday laai. TVhether from carlcssness or other- wise a fire was star'ed on the Blood Resorvallon Just norlh of Mr. Low's residence about one and a halt miles. The wind from tie north brought the smoke Into town quickly. Men were called out by the pollco and hurried to the sccnu and Ihc prompt action resulted in staying Ihc flamrA before a very large area was burned over. Land seekers 'arc coming In more rapidly of laic anti-all practically gone In Uils district, hut the valuea here, taking the rnlied farmlns basis, are down. Ex- cellent farm lands arc offered al >2r> In (20 per acre within two or Ihrec mllca of the elovaloru. Serci'a.1 parties Irnra Ihc Champion district arc looklop a tier iho ranch lands to Iho west of ua and this week F. I'reiey nnd Johnson Ited this eectlon and'tho first named bought A necllori In the Mountain Vlovr dleitrJcL, adjoining tiiat bought by Mr. Jot ft Sha'cf, ihs Wm. ranch. Margrath are also look- Ing nfter HIP, land In the hill country vest nnd Jlr. K. W. Ilradshnw Is re ported to have purchased some EOVCH quarter sections In Iho JJeazor district. Large Cattle ShlpmtnU Tlio grain farmers nri: not the only oncJ lo wear a smlli? days, This week a Ira In bad nl come 677 head of callle TTCTC shipped from Ihls point by Mr, C, Woursoll, of Calgary, Most ol Iheae came from ihe Mount- ain View dlatrlcL fiom Mcsara. Jno, N. Wnat, J. fl. Parker, A. G, Henderson J. F. Scolt, Lyle Caldwfcll of the Mount- ain View district and 'from Messrs, tico, K. Peterson and Oeo. A. Once of _..._______........ the Bcazcr dlstricl. A good many more iy residents of Ghent, Uelglum, bars catlle still remain In this for bwn put to death In Ihe three shliitnent. Some may go direct lo the Chicago intrhcl. Prices have bqcn the The war la laklng tho young men ray frotn ua, ell right Al London, OnL, Normal school, out of an en- rollment of 222 student, only three are maloa. It might bo possible that In a very fow yeara tho teaching pro alon would bQ solely lu the hands ot Ihe women. Onward, a Sunday school periodical published Tornoto aou" ctrculaled ouihout Canada, contains an Illus- trated page wrtlc-up of Lethbrldgo 1n Its Jssue. It Js a gloving flc- ipllon oi this city, iLi iia enterprise and Jtr. poaalbilltfes. Ror. 0. tl. li the aolbor of Iho excellenlly written article, HUN SAVAGERY IN BELOlUM 25, Advices have bdert received from the frontier by Iho at lo Ihe oh'ccl that about Ihlr- NENY DAYTON E. vice president of ihe Maiml Farming Co.. was a vlnftor here yesterday, Mr Slouder by aiiio to I.elhbrldge, T. E. Skellh, Jt. Oliver and our local preacher, Mr. IMaklcy, autoed .othbrlilgc Thursday last, where Mr. went before Ihe U. E. A. medical board o! examiners to re- port. J, F. Morrison, the nioneer farmer of this district, baa purchased a- new "Twin City" oil tractor, which ho will put fnlo harness right away. It Is understood our board of Intend making some much needed Improvements to our streets, such as be erection or side walfcs through Ihe principal Ihorougbfarcs and to Ihc railway depot. An effort, It, Is also saltl, la to be made by them to have N'ew Dayion Incorporated as a village. We can asauro them their efforts la this direction will have (he Buppnrl ot the entire community and wo await wllh Interest thctr move- ments, Manford WMto ia uullding a new- dwelling for lilmatli ua Church SI. Dwellfnff douses are an scarce as white black birds here and It'la sur- prising that some of our wide awake citizens aro not alive lo iMs ffict and Very encouraging are the re ports from the Peace RIvur and Grande Prairie 'districts. The yield la fully up to expectations with a high'grade. A scarcity of threshing machines In thnt locality will prolnne operations lale In Iho season, otherwise, all con- dltfons arc very There Is still a sharp demand for la- bor'ln mctny dlatricta at gooil ivaKes, although help continues to arrive In targe nutubers. Fall plowing operations are quite general In many dJslrlcta. The following reports have been ro celvc-d by wire lodoy: Peace crop outlook for this territory Is vtry promising and quite up lo our previous The farmers, however, will 110 doubt held up for some ItttlQ time owing lo (he comparative scarcity of Ihrcslilnp machines. A fciv tanners have com- pleted threshing and report average yields as follows: Wheat 35 bushels and oats 55 bushels liar acre. The) vealhcr continues very favorable. the very bcsl. Cutting finished all but a llllle green- foe J. Threshing hi full swing. Grain turning oul Cully as well as expected. Kicellenl harvest weather. crop Is nil bar- vested and prospects Oals all cut anil In Mook, barley also in shock. Threshing has alarled. Prospccia ore fair. Goon" weather for saving grain. harvest and tlireshiiiR weather. .Prnctlcally all cut- ling completed. Threshing progress- Ing favorably. YleUl of all grains be- low previous estimates and very light. Quality-of grain Is .very. fair- conditions ideal. Mo Late crops rpmlng. .rapidly to maturity. ;isTo Ihteshlng In Immediate vicinity of Olds yet. Maximum tem- perature [roru SI to 01, average 70. Minlroum'tciDFcfalure from 3G to 45f average 41. weather has been out dull willi some rain, now bright and clear. Tlireshlng opera- tions commenced. Hoots; and live alack doing well. Flics arc somewhat troublesome. warm, rain during w.eeX, favorable [or thresh- fnfi. No frost, Host farmers have started to plougli. threshJng'Iias been tlonc during the pial week; but wea- ther changeable, showery and Yields are proving satisfactory thus far, and will exceed In many our expectations. Practically all grain Is cut excepting The late storms have no and the conditions are still favorable for growth. Several farmers sowing ET as late "as for green-Iced now cipecl lo thresh [L with a good return. YOU! BILIS! LET "cms" mm BOWELS Don't Stay Heidichy, Ccntllpated, Sick, With Bad Breath and Stomach Sour. Carl Vrooman, assistant ser.relary ol agrlcuUnrc, predicts that the United Elates will have a surplus of 000 bnsliela ot potatoes this year. Gel [i I0-ceiil box, now. You men and women who can't get eHtiR Itarc headache, coaled longue. .bad tasle end foul ircath, dlzrltiesa, can't sleep, ara bit- ous, nervous'and npsot, bothered with sick, gassy, disordered slomfich or IQVO n had cold........ Aro you keeping your.boivcJa clean with "CascRrcts or merely forcing a. ssEageway every few daye with ills, cat hart If, pills or castor oil? Cascarcls work .while, you slcen; cleaneo the stomach, remove the sour, undigested fermenting food and foul Bases; Lako tho excels bile from the liver nnd carry out of Iho system all loo constipated waste matter ind poison In tho bowela. A Cascarcl will fitralgnten yoa out by ID-cent'box from any drug storo will ''keep your stomach awed; liver and bowels regular, and Head clear for months. Don't forget tho children. They .lovo-Caacarets be-- cause Ihey taste grips or buaj to aowcMog to Iho place up, perhaps bow ever, Lbb 1 come the price of wheat goea down. Mrs. James Peat and daughter of Pelrolla, Ont, who haye been visiting Mrs. 0. C. McDinniJil lor the past ibreo or four montha, returned home Saturday, Tho dwelling being erected by tho Alberla Pacific Grain Co, ta rearing complcllon, nnd their agent expects to muvo Into U Ir. a. few days. OERMAN FARMS IN ANTIPODES FOR SOLDIERS Melbourne, Australia, Sept. (Via Koulora Ottawa Agency) premier of Victoria, Bjwafclng In the Victorian Assembly, replied favor- ably la tho suggestion thai farms now held by Ihc Germans niiould bo acquired for relumed, soldlerj. The premier added that naturally no property could he compulsorlty a rjulred without The a aemhly passed a Ml! empowcrl! municipalities (o tell fish or milk. T is Ihc of the year lo give .YOUR 1IOMK its fmhening ami brightening up after the (tint summer's rtnst, sun and flics have upon it. TIow much more altradive iintl enjoyable it will be during Ihe winter months willi a bright new finish on the floors, interior wood-work anrt a new coat of paint on the outside. It will make, home more cheery throughout (he long winter nights when the family spends most of its time indoors. HCP, us now. Let us estimate with and show you how with a small expense your litmic can be made more Inviting. us plan color schemes wllh yon and give yon the benefit of our experienced knowledge in producing beautiful, yet economical, effects. WELLINGTON BROS Painters and Decorators Sherlook lildg, Txjfhbridgc, Alberta ;