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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOim THE LETIIBRIDOE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1916 ftevalfc alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week :Daily. delivoied. per year 'Daily, by mail, per year ly. by inatl. por We ...16.00 "Doubtless tills year will brinR the' Broatcst stimulus known to live- stock ralsllis on the, farms. Tho wheat crop IOSSM make a bettor preachment against tbe one-crop ftillftey than all the. agricultural colleges of the north-j wcat stales. These losses will a'rfn great drive north from the Sorame last July 1st. wagte er and the old j S The o> a B< can turn JnUj money tfl bay t.omforts for Judge you wisli to go on Yesterday's dispatches told how the Germans were entrapped in Combles.! Uhe are you doing about contri- anything like that 1 shall at once." stop ilCKED UP IN ASSINGCZZI FOR THE BUST MAN Mr. do not wish you to misunderstand. If you will turn to; Hamilton nmy have a theatre on the Loew circuit. Jos. contractor, of St. Catharines, is dead, aged GO. The Penman Co., of Paris, will equip a dining room for employees. _ your dictionary, you will see that thej Qf nieu enlisted at Niagara Falls lie rum us were eHtrappeu in i_umuioa. i fire vou uOlllg aooili v-uniri- jum UHIKUUUI j. Vli the French troops cut off their jbuting a mite now and then to buy word graft means payment received] 21 have beua killed or died. exit to the north .by throwing their for the hoys in the trenches? -line across the road from Coinbles to Saillesel. This yras after the French had developed their advance to the east of Comhles, bringing up their troops through the village of Fregi- court, and after the British had come 'into the vicinity of Cbmbles from the southwest. Later dispatches announce that the Germans have .been entirely 'cleared from Combles and the town is In the handp of the allies. In their drive to surround Combles, the British have entered the villages of Morval and Les Beoufs. to the northwest of Combles. The activity of the airmen is indi- cated in the. dispatch, which states that 47 air battles took place on Mon- day ou the Somme front. There are no changes of importance on the other "war fronts. Share a pipe with the soldiers. _ A Calgary minister's auto was stolen jestauthoritJlUve the New Qnmy fl[ Wood. while he was preaching a sermon. He j stamiard Dictionary of the English j stoohi {Jieti injuries received in -jlevaior accident. ought .to be happy it wasn't his ser- language. this is what he will find: GRAFT. (Colloti-, U.S.) The advanc- raon that was taken. MR. ROGERS WRONG AGAIN .When Commissioner Gait cited the Meredith-Duff commission appointed tor unlawful purposes." An exchange suggests that Mr. Jus- erect tice Gait turn up tbe word is ibe Salvation 'Ariny is preparing to a two-storey citadel at Cole- Let us see. Wasn't it tbe Alberta Conservative opposition that dernajid- ed n, commission of judges to make inquiries into certain charges made at the last session of the legislature? They must never do that again or they will offend their master, the Hon. Robert Rogers. .T. P. O'Reillei ing of one's position or increasing O'Ueilley. K. G., one's wealth by dishonest or unfair j Caledonia. means, as by utilizing the advantages! Fjre dMtroyed of an official or public otfice. Aitins< near Beth father of M. J. Hamilton, died at of Thos. Out. Loss ?12, The Monetary Times says: "The defeat ot the British Columbia govern- ment is a further lesson to Those who Instead of appointing judges on L.ompose our The" peo- commisslons the Hon. Robert Rogers j ple are Disgusted Witu politics which would favor T. R. Ferguson. Winni- peg, as a'permanent commissioner for HT.tem in tbi3 country has uumuiau the hearing of all charges preferred j tQO many .undesirable trimmings. Out- by Liberals against Conservatives. gide the circle Of ..favored political 000, with insurance. Standing too close to a stove in her home in London township on Sunday, Miss Alary Teller received burns which caused her death Wednesday- Officers of the Huron County Tem- i perance Alliance seized twelve bar- and run; The party j rels of rye whiskey ai a private house Hon. Robert would get n square deal. then expect to in Seaforih. iiitiYil Xewton farmer, four miles from FlesliertbnV was kicked in the independent: face by a 'steer and had his last session by the government as a I deviled- the Conservativesr an par'aTlel? "Rogers nTOr Rl cases were not parallel as gov- ernment would not appoint a commis- sion until it went to full .sanction." The Meredith-Duff commission was appointed by "brder-in-council and not hy parliament. Parliament in the first place did not unanimously ap- prove the appointment of the commis- sion, the opposition standing out for parliamentary investigation for which the machinery was ready to hand. r The first announcement of the ap- ot Justices Meredith: and vote. It wiiriielp to smash one gov-'jaw" and che'et bone badly smashed. J erument after another, whether.'fed-i W. F. Maclean, Conservative M. P-.jeral or provincial, Liberal or Conser-j Mrs. Jfary A., Williams, who lived says: "The Nationalists have .be- j vative, unless those in have! oVsr sincei -Everyone knows now that r Conservatives financ- ed, those Nationalists in. 1911 .and be- fore thati and tUat the Nationalists have controlled many of the great ap- pointments in th'e'glft of the Borden government That goes a long way to disgust the public and many .Con- As this declaration comes from a Tory source, we accept it with- out hesitation. Germany, we are told, is going to protest to the International Red Cross against the use by the British bf the ____ winking at crooked _ business in high places arid low, cease to ride roughshod over the national mood, and governments! south town line of Windhara b 1 with her daughter. Mrs. Street, was found dead in bdd at the house of a neighbor. U.e farm of Meono near cease to put .partisanship first and josepu Glass. 14t stepson of Fred last. An increasing vote spurns the Scott was almost instantly killed when political feast and the crumbs from 1 throwing the belt of a gasoline, engine the table' That Vote wants clean gov- eminent by men of courage, action and There, is a great deal mora solid truth in this straight ztate-j jj p Kingstou. has complete- ment of one of Canada's leading finau-l iy recoverei] from bis wounds. It is j of cial papers than realize. There is most politicians! understood that he has been taken great deal less j the staff of Brig.-Gen. W. S. Hughes, j- DOiBtmeni or justices aiereaun: ana r, T, i T, j socalled 'tanks Ye gods and little if not they will Duff was by Sir Robert Borden in the butaueu iaua b fishes' ZeDiielins destrovmg helpless' from the people house, an order-in-couucil beine read nsmjl3 t, i house, an order-in-couucil being read .which sanctioned the appointment. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, while not ob- jecting to the. personnel of the com- mission declared that parliament make the investigation, ,Sir. Wm. Meredith is chief juatice of Ontario, and such is amenable to the-'Judges Act just the same as any judge in Manitoba -Justice Duff is a member of the. Supreme. Court of 'Canada. The latter declined to emolument for his duties. partisanship in Canada today than ever before. Parties-must walk the straight and narrow path in the future; it not they will soon meet punishment1 in P. .H. Clark, a prominent citizen former warden of Hastings Couil- j dead. He was a Liberal t ________ East Hastings for the House of Commons in DER TAG TO PREVENT IT A LITTLC ADVICE TO THE FARMERS Southern Alberta farmers, who are travelling the gilded highway with bumper yields of wheat at bumper prices, must avoid becoming wheat insane. .We have had two phenomenal .years, but experience has told us that the gold mine does not always pro- great yields, and that the prices are not always high. It is a good time to remember that it is a poor policy to -.put all-the.eggs lu one basket. When get too intoxicated with the finan- results of 1915 and 1916 crops, sober up on a few' recollections of 1914 The "black rust" damage in the states pt Minnesota and North Dakota is. bringing forth serious sug- gestions about agriculture, just as the drouth of 1914 set our farmers resolv- ing what they would do future "JV one disaster but a ten year Weeding" is'the description of Agpaerlcan situation given by Mr. Theo- dore Wold, governor of the Ninth Dis- trict Federal Reserve Bank, Minne- rapojta. The damage to the wheat will, he thinks, leach the farmers the mlatake make when they rely so y on wheat, and will Rive a much impulse to atack raising His on tbe Cans as as on the American side. The Most High (to -Hludehhiirg) "The duties of your ngw post to i break from spreading Chronicle. t the The Perfect Gum In the Ported Package is sealed that's the thing I like about it jNo matter when or where I buy it, the flavor is there full strength, and it's fresh and clean. So I always make sure to get Wrigley's in the sealed package the greatest five cents' worth of beneficial enjoy- ment I can buy. Write Wm. Wrigtcy Jr. Co. Ltd., Wrigley Building, Toronto, for free jingle book by tbe .Spearmen. Officer Seal- he kccpe this goody good. C38 Chew it alter every meal Canadian Red Lethbridge Cross Society Branch ui-i'-enf appeal been made iiom hoadquarlers for money for the of MFDlCttE SUPPLIES which are RUNNING SHORT and in ordei lo uuse niiincdjatc kinds tho Local branch ot the Canadian Red Gross aie holding Monster Jumble Auction Sale On Friday and Saturday, Oct. In the Stand lately occupied by the Standard Furniture Co., Dominion Block, 4th Ave., S. And the public ol Lcthbni'ue .'iid district are earnestly invited _to cooperaU- with tho in making this sale a huge fmancial success by' sending -in .1- utic 01 niunln'r of articles winch can he turned in'to cash. "We nuiKc a spinal appeal to the farmers to make this an opportunity toi a thank ofl'eiing for their bountiful crops, and gifts of poultry, produce arid so lot th will he much appreciated. Jt facilitate the arrangements if the public will kindly intimate then- intention of. giving lo eithoi ol the undersigned at any time'between now and the datcb of the sale Frank Waddington, A J Blackburne, Auctioned and Seeietan Hon. Treasurer. The free use the store has been kindly donated by 3Ir. W. F. Nelson. ;