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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEE THE LET! [BRIDGE DAftl HERALD TUKSDAY, SKPTRMBHR 23, 191] JUDGE COM Expose'Hy Com- Shows How UebelUon Was lo be Worked "Washington. Sept. a bulletin ntylcd "otni-tal ciposo" iho Rovern- inenial i-ommiticr irivoatisaiini: Uer- niun inxrigup in this country quotes Buuieroud 1 Pliers ami ennu'is from letters Fplred by iho deyarinieni of justice in April, 1H6, a raid upon Ihc New York ollice uf WoUe Voii who was conducting a pro-Ger- man and ami-American campaign and working in close touch vriib. Count Von llernsiorif. The comtniliec refers to a cipher letter, iviih ituerlinear; tranFlaiion ftiul inscribed "very "roi." This Ictier croJilrd to Judg? Cohalan. and a-ldrcsseil to Co'iinl Yon Hornstorff, says: "The revolution in Ireland can only be if suujxjrttd. from Uer- oihprivlse will be able lo suppress it, even though it bp only a few hard struggles. Thc-refore belp Js necessary. This should consist prim [lime. In courso bis Mr. j I In to you my IntenUmi lu ilie fonht'onmig olevliuu not iii be a candidate, 1 urge on you ilui the of tlip be IPH, ihui wf vouut as itothiuc the opinions ilial inny hru'p us meiiiLiers o( tills or of lUat, but as Canadians, ol ihls historic and loyal ekccoral division untie In sel- ecting from among us as our repr-.1- Denial Ive a luun who comma mis the puppjrl of all in uhosc judgineut aud impartiality IUVP confiileacc, A', man who fir--T the promot- ion of the war and iho securing by Ihc military service a> of the ueces j -sary rehitort-eiucnii tor ihtte who ha to so nobly fought for us iu IM- auu Krjnce. t.n us ignore ilif iliL'ant dillcreni'cs aud unitedly si ami lor our men at the front anj ihe vigorous prosecution ol the war 10 a victorious decision, and ac abld- ppace." AUIO ACCIDENT Mr. Kimmit Injured When Cur Turned Turtle-Other Live News In all rMDlts have beentmlnently satisfactory." GILLETT (From Our Own CorrcfponJeni) Foremost. Sept. serious auio Ireland, and possibly some officers Irom Zeppelins. This would enable the Irish ports lo bo closed against Eng- land and (lie establishment of stations for submarines on. the Irish coasl and the cutting off or the supplies of food lor England. The services of the rev- .Dlution. may therefore decide the war." This letter was singed 230." A code message sent Berlin was jlveii as follows: "National Grrmanla Insurance con- tract certainly promised. Executor is evidently salisfied with preparation. S'ecessary steps hate been (Signed) Henry N'euman. Of this message the committee has to say ''Not so innocent and harmless as it ]ooks, IGT what Ihc message really means is this 'Irish ogroe to rnoposilion. The necessary steps have been lofccn." Tfce committee, of which Secretar ies Lansing. Baker and Daniels are jHDrabeiV, and George Creel, chair man, has this to bay concerning Hoi land: has long been an open secret that Holland is merely s way station for shipments of contraband into Ger ipany. Here is official confirmation ttom (he Von Igel records which ifould seem to indicate a suspicious and confidential relation between to Holiand commission and the German diplomatic officials accredited to thl country OT possJbly a belief of (he Ger-j er' mans that they could not successfully get tne munitions to throv into the country, The in code with Interlinear translation Is entered as and headed 'German embassj-, "Washington, April G, It runs as follows: 111 'Telegram from Berlin by secret, round-about way for Carl Key sen: Con- only occupant of the car. fas severely Injured about ihe bead inU noiv lies ID a hospital1 in a crH- cal comlitlon. Mr Fish, a well known farmeV. (o Iho north of Foremost, lest uy fire, liis new Gray Dort car. Tlie fire iiarled near Hie carbureter and be- fore many seconds, enveloped Ihe icod, from whence it spread to the jody. Mr. Fish escaped uninjured. Hard luct Fish? Mr. T. II. Owen; has bought oui r. Thompson's store. He going to remodel it, and put In a complete new front, also a retriger- alor. He has ,mored in to the dencc at the rear, aod thus will al- ways tic on Ihc spot lo alteod lo pal- rocs. We are sorry to lose Mr. Thompson. However, he said thai lie had too much to attend "to, and bis love of the ranch Is well known (o us in -ForemosL LMr Owens, hit, successor in the business, is one of ihe Great War Veterans, having seen service "Somewhere in v-hh L sale Holland three hundred chests (cartridges) and lwo hundred tons powder. Please get in touch with Hol- land commission.1" the 27th City of Winnipeg.. He was In Ihe butcher business before he became a "Tommy" and the din battle did not scare him so badlv 33 to rob him of the art, for Tommy still knows how. Messrs, "Harper and Campbell have opened a new butcher's" store In town Foremost needs Lliem all. Compel! and the life c and the best arbiter of price: Miss Faustina Kelly, former teach al Culee Bi'nk, has gone lo Tor onto. She Is to lake an eiaminatioi at the University of Toronton, a which Institution, she !s studying medicine. .Miss has resigned he position at-Ihe Union Bank and I: leaving Foremost. While here, Mis: Garten was deservedly popular. Mls3 Aldersnn has resigned th IF.NICKIE1L E War-Time Election and Urges That Party Be Forgotten Sept. F. fickle, K.'C, M.P., will not be a Tor parliamenlarj- honors neit elecllou. In a letter to eler.lora, Mr, NJtKle deplores tie ittltude ol certain Cements In Can- tdii .'ffho hare war-time clcc- }loh necessary. And he Rives some as to wnal conatUutes the Inly or every loyal Canadian at Ihls No. 1 Section. Sth D.A.C.. comes from Vernon, B.C.. and before of chronic ulctrby Zam-Huk. Wrlilnc of (hU, be "For two 1 tulfered from in alccr on my keg. which, not wlthittndlnf ill 1 dJd for It, became and. woife, nntll I ad- viced to Latoi hospital. A friend, uktd me 10 try and it WAS wonderful Ihc effect It hud. Thelnflamnutlun and M'S PLANNED BIG REVOLT IN IIS. AGAINSI DRAFT Evidence (Jiven In Oklahoma Shows Plan For Nation- Wide I'loL OJcIa Scut, a geuer- lU uprising ot all ihe states of ibe-un- ion was Claimed at the same time Ilia. antUlraft riots occurred In Southern Oklahoma was ihe burden of the testl- luoiiy given in (he aiuMnd hearing in j iho federal court hero yesterday. I Witnesses testified Uial Kubo son. slate organizer. aud Home Spcnco, state focrc.ary ol the working class found him ultli his skull crushed, at union Smiih Kulion streets, HIP vliilm niiaied with tho" Farmers' aud Labor-! of an attack by soldiers and ctvlliaus. Protective Organization In Texas, I Some one on tlie outskirts ot llio 1 told them Ihe orgauiMimm was' crowd which liail assembled lo wnlcb he efforts of Company M. Infan- cy to seller rei'miiF, Id to hnvc veiled: vTo lie! I with the I'niied tlie flag7 and ilie Vork. Sept. 2J.- est lulo his tU-atU on Thursday will show ibal ComuiLUHler Henry C, Guiiu. of I lie lamJ balllcalilp recruit in I'nlorv Square Hie victim of a Icrrlblp mistake wben he was vriicllcally best-] i'ii to death Tor a.icged Iraltorous marks ai a reorulilug raily in Drook- lyn Saturday night Is llic of SIAM SEIZES SIX Kia follow olllccrs, many of wliom have hci-u intimately assorlateil with him uuring Ills Ions service In ihe navy. Guiiu, whose tragic doath Ims ciisl a gloom orer tlte L'nion Square battle- shii'. died lasi umkl hi Holy Family hosyltal, llrooXlyn. where he was tsk- night when llic GERMAN STEAMERS London. Sepl. Itongkok dls- to Ucuter's thai a yrize court hyp comic ni ncd six German steamers ot n TOiiil nc-t loimago of Soon aflc-r the entrance of Hinm In to the war. on July '22. iiitic Auslro Oonijau steamers, 19.011 ions were seized by Ihc Siamese sov- prntiii-iit. They were ownoil clilcfly bj the North German Lloyd company. had L-.. strong itt Oklahoma anil j In Texas. Forty-eight organizations, according to (he testimony, were to Join, under the head of the I. W. in a nation- wide revolution. In which was Includ- ed ]ilans tu seize small all nek ilies, loot burn bridges and ui lelograph wires. Spence told the embers ol lljo union ilral t'ltr- ol rifles would be ready for their ise. it was testified. Stores were to bo turned, after being looted Tor provl- ions. according to the plan said to been outlined, and railroads wore o be seized for mobilizing the rebel- ious organizations which members old would 'greatly outnumber the roops left to protect President Wilson ind Governor Williams of Oklahoma and defend Iho Mexican border. Auslraira Is saiil to nave about 100 of snakes, about lurce-fourths ot which nrc venomous. Hurrah for this FaUierhnJ." The crowd picked Gimii as llic man who had uttered the imiialrioUc fry. Soon you will have the pleasure seeing the six-cylinder OLDSMOBILEJ In Letribrldge. charge ol Reniaind school and is I ing up duties at' Fertile Pla school nert week. Ur, Grant A.vFraser is back Iron The Refl Crb.ES met at the home o Mrs.- Curtis Kley. Foremost He Cross ilr. A: Donahoe has been pointed' to the IOCA! board in conne lion with the. Act." At KorcMosl Hospital: Congratu- lations to Mr.'and -Mrs. H. Amnndson on the birth of a boy. CongralulattonB to Mr and Mrs. Wade on Ihe blrlh of a Miss I Touts man has returned Lo her home. Mrs. Oscar Wright, -who baa had a serious operation, Is able to be up and Mrs. Hnri, operated on liere, has returned to her home In Manj- berries. Mrs. J. J. has slso been allowed home, Declares Strikes Should be Set tied During AVar by Observ- ing Arbitration Sept. G. D floberlson, vice-president ol the Order of Railroad Telegraphers, when Inter- viewed in connccllon with Xorlhwestern slriKe, ssud lhat, al- though not direcllj connected with this dispute he was familiar vrlth the which led up to It. The com- pany's action was, in his .opinion, wholly indefensible" under the circum- stances because it bad become a veil establised principle In both Canada and ibc United Stales thai Industrial disputes should, the continua- Uon o[ the war he EEltlct] bj- arbitra- tion methods and all concerned res- pect decisions or awards rendered. U GIRLS TRY IT! SIOPOMtOBWiQ HAIR STOPS FALLING OUT AND GETS THICK, WAVY, STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL Women jfind- that when suffering from nervousness, sick headache, dizzy spells and ailments peculiar to their nothingaffordssuch prompt and welcome relief, as will follow a few doses of U.S.S1ERICE rs PILLS A pi'oven women's remedy, which assists in regulating the organs, and re-establishing beatthyfcondjtions. Beecham's Pills contain no habit-forming drug-leave no disagreeable after-effects. They Nature's aid to better Health Washington, Sept. connec- tion wltti Ihe announcement o( the filed prices for sic el. 11 was Agreed upon after many month a of Inresllga- (Ion by Ihe federal I rude commission I and conferences between government officials null liit ieuujub men ui liiu i Jron anl slnel liusineeg. and vaa ac- companled by Ihe following fiULemenl: "It was stipulated, first, that there should lie no reduction In the present Vale of wages; aecond, tlial the prices above named should be made to the public and the allies an well aa to tlie government; and third, lhat iho steel men pledge to exfirl efforl necessary Lo keep up Ihc pro- duction (o the maximum of the past so long as the war festa, "A ftplrtl of co-operation was mani- fested by Iho steel men anil no doubt Is entertained that every effort will he made to bring the production aa near- ly an possible up to Ihc extraordinary demands resulting from the Your hair becomes Ifght. wavy fluffy, abundant and appears as fi lustrous and beautiful as a youni girl's alter a "Uanilerme bair cleanse.' ust try a clolli with a Ittlc Damlcrine and carefully draw i hrough your hnir, taking one smal strand al a lime. Thin nil I cleans the hair of dust, dirl and excessive oi and In JUEL a few moments you hav loubled the beauty of your hair. Besides beautifying the hair at once Danderlne dissolves every particle o dandruff; cleanses, purifies and Invig oralca the scalp, forever slopping Itcl ing and falling riatr. Hut what ylll please you moat- be after a few weeks' use when yo will actually see new an downy at really re hair growing all orcr.the acalp. you carcjor prcely, soft hair and lol of it surely gel a 25-cent botlle of Knowlton's Dandcrinc from any drug- gist or toilet countermand just trjr It. Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped1 ?0 handle all repair work on either rtearn or Only work cur thop, and we will quota you that are right. NIVEN BROS. Zie Ave. S. Phont 1735 WE SAVE YOU MONEY! ON WEARING FOR YOURSELF FAMILY WILSON NORTH LETHBRIDGE. HORSES For Sale I car IIHVC brought hi n load pi horses. ANYONE WANTING GOOD HORSES GET BUSV. THEY ARE NOW AT MY BARN. L F. EONNELl Our Booklet Explains why Kootenay Ranges stay good as new, long after other ranges have worn out; how the ashestos joints prevent leakage of air or drafts; how the alunt- inized flues prevent rust; and why they require less fuel than other 'Ask our dealer of write for booklet. KOOTENAY RANGE LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WIUNIPEG TiKCOOVIl ST. ;OHK, N.a. HAMILTON CALGiRY 10 SASKATOON EDMOSTOM For Sale by the TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. FOODSTUFFS The amount of foodstuffs Great Britain can purchase in Canada depends, upon the amount of money which the Canadian Gov- ernment can supply the Imperial Treasury, this again depends upon you placing vour savings at the disposal of the Government by sub- scribing lo War Loans AND YOUR LOCAL BOND HOUSE The British Canadian Trust Co. 3I5 FIFTH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, AL.BERTA Take Your Bath in -B handsome, sanitary porce- lain or enamel tub. It is twice as pleasant and fnr mnre health- ful and.anllslaclory. Such a uib is not a luxury so far ;ia cost Is concerned. We arc to iml cue In your bathroom at n figure which urill surprise you by Us moderation. Walker HEATING AND GASFITTING Phone 521 516 Avc. S. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE AUCTION SALE Of 120 Head of Dairy Stock 23 horses, 10 pure bred Shropshire ewes, 4 brood sows and 7 young pigs, 6 sets work harness, 1 set light double driving harness, farm wagons, spring tooth harrow, water tank with pump and hose and a tot ot other farcn machinery. HAVING LEASED OUR FARM THE ABOVE WILL BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT '1 SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., U.O.. D.C.L. K V. F. JONES. A-'l y.c: BROWN, Sy'l of Western DrAncha SOME SCHEME OlUwa, sepl. Efcnlng Cll- Ircn say5 today: "A scheme has come to Tnc ettenlfun or' llic yuatlco depart- meat whereby certain lawyers are re- puted to be orrerlrig lo secure eiemp- llons (rora mlllliry service for clients (or a ofinldcrellon o( (100. A warping is Issued eucll (acllcs would npl avail anyhody, Itwytra under- laving sny iuch ochemes will eipoce tlerusolvea (o iirojecullon. FAR M LABOR Phone or Write Beas- Icy I'-mploymciit' Agency lor Your Farm Labor We have a number o1 good min arriving ftvery day. We on our Ktli a nunr her or good tpoki, mile and fe- male, Mpartlor and glneen, both fit wllh good We can plica n 'bundle teamt al CAPITAL PAID UP, t RESEH.VE FUND, MONEY ORDERS For small remittances use .the Money. Orders issued by this BSnk. They are payable without charge at any Bank in Canada (except in the Yukon The cost is as follows: 55 and under...................... 3 Qenln over 55 mad not exceeding G 530 550........15 PLUS 1EVENUE STAMPS Lethbriclge Brancn-- R. T.Brymner, Mgr, IIcinlci'soii's Kandi, Pmchei; CrccU Sept. 27 TEN O'CLOCK'SKARP THREE MONTHS CREDIT ON JOINT LIEN NOTES BEARING INTEREST At TEN PER CENT., OR FIVE PER CENT. DIS- COUNT.'FOR CASH. R, HENDERSON--AUCTIONEER AUTO OWNERS DO YOU USE Miracle Oil It Will Give You 50% MORE POWER 25% MORE MILEAGE ft hi A carbon eliminator. Uno 2 oz. tor the first 4 gallons and 1 oz. lo gallons ol gas there- after. A quart aclls for and la sufficient tor 100 gallons. Call nnd kt us tell you about WE GUARANTEE AND VULCANIZING. CITY VULCANIZING SHOP SHULTZ A RITCHIE, 817 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH.' AUCTION SALE and FARM IMPLEMENTS THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LIMITED, OF CALGARY' AND LETHBRIDGE, ADMINISTRATORS OF THE ESTATE OF THE LATE JAS. S. ELGIN, OF TRAVER1, WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT T1IK ELGIN HOMESTEAD N. E. QUARTER SEC. 30, TWP. 13, RGE. 19. W. -ITU B MILES SOUTH OF THAVERS. 9 MILES WEST OF ENCHANT On THURSDAY, SEPT. 27th AT 1.30 O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON Abcul 50 heail of Bed Ca'ttlf, consisting ol: yearling slccrs; 5 Ilircc year olil Rlecrs; T two year old slccra; 7 two year old wUh calf al (not; I yearling heifers; 0 Iwo year olrl heltcrB; I yoiing con-s wltTi calf al fool; -I ilry cows. Thoae caltlc arc all In condition, llic llirou year old slccrs being prime beet now. AH Lhc female Block Is Hupposcil [o hive IH-CII lirctl this season. 7 u-ork horsca; 2 teglstcrcd pure bred Poland China sows, farroweil April.2nd, IlcRlslrallon papers so wllh .1 now Ihr'cc indnlli old; 1 Ihrcc inonlhs old; lot nl licni nnd chickens; 1 hinder; 2 discs; 2 Bulky plows; 1 drill; 1 pcclton'drog harrow; 1 hc.ivy wagon nnd Ijox; 1 hay rack; 1 walk- Ing plow; grindstone and frame; lol of harness. Aim the conlonts oNhc, Shiick, ol' Ulctjsils, Must, be Sold. 1'csei'vc. Terms VI. L. FARM AND LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER PHONE 102J, IETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA ;