Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page Forn TTIF, LF.TTIRRIDOF. nATT/Y HERALD -'� '........iLiuiii�.ji-ijMiii.ajiI., mi�_iii,Mi~-^mmmmmmmmm Till "FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER JBf, WIB1 Qtcthbril>oc, tUbcrta 8' DAILY ANiJ WEBKLY # --- i" Proprietors nnti Publlahera PMt LETHQRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED t� 6th Stro�t South. Lethbrldga W. A. Buchanan ' Prudent and Managing Director Torrauro DuatoMa ktaaacar I \wcc\ is a message of cheer to I -- , The .-i.i.if.'r's life would bo very BE GENEROUS | ON TAG CAY. i 'I'll" Alexander (lalt Chapter. I.O i P K anr.u.il taix il:iy falls tomorrow From '.lie commencement of the wc.:-' the wanton of this chapter have worked incessantly for war cause.-. | Lethbridco. soi.liors. at the front, in-' variably express gratification for t'.tc i many kindnesses rendered th.Mii by the wonior. in the b.oir.e city. livery IMPRESSIONS STATE PURCHASE OF LIQUOR TRADE. illIV.'1 committees v ere appointed lur.e. 1 17 by the Hrtrish homo see UP IN-* PASSING f0* TUB BOSV MAM Bfliinr.�5 aOdltorw) TSLFPHONE3 Office .......... Offict .......... 11(11 uu ly. it rot for the remenih: thouglcful friends :n r.ly be a pair of soi ':; tli.it they were knife ::i liv Bubicrlptlon FUUai Dalit aellvcrcil. per wtrt C- Daily, delivered, per year .. . .fS.iiO Dally, by mail, p^r 7*1? ......Si.O) Weekly, by mall, per year .....11.69 JWaoltly. by mail, psr year to TJ.3..$1.0i Dfttra of expiry ct nubscrijplioca 6,> feear daily oo address labol Acceptance of papers .-.fit exp!rati*.n data In Mr authority to continue the auD- crlpllon. ! JTHE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. -f lie ; T."r s ..ff, , t ;:nu' men is at lunr.i to pos~ y The the ofi �ii'ti't : i the j>; bri i: I ro-lr;- a ctft ke-p rci.-.ry ot ctouire upon what terms the ,.j(v ou,rk Coto 0| s, -Umiface. lias interests concerned m the iii.iiiuf.u'- resigned. lire and supply of intoxicating li-' - d'tors lit Cn-lami ami Wil-s. Scotland A- �" Vnnstone. loading Braiitford . . , , , , ; merchant. !s dead, .'-.'ei Ireland respee; i>'e-v. snot.Id l>-� _ *> ,a:i-'l by ihe s-tatf. These commit -j Vermilion lias voted (or a municl-: tees have now . . i, i their report.-. ! pal hospital costing JJfhcOu and with The actual purchase i' to bo pre-''1 capacity of 22 beds, e -,ei by p.-riou ..; .-...:.' control ar..� i shopbreakers broke Into the tilling ! ' ;:t 1 ti" �''''� >!i" That tlos station of (lie Imperial Oil Co., at. \. . . the in' ntiott f ihe lanort'iivw Winnip-'i: ami stole the safe, coutalu-i:..-.r f.-'a. the t.-t::t- of the war-' ;,1'inlt "��' _ poin'm.: t i>" ee:aa:t: .--s. V.ii* , Mrs. K. j. Tritchard. a well-known Mtc'. t.;at t'-c -.nernr.u".:! '-vas o! 1 pioneer, one of the old Selkirk settlors (,., ei "i" � j- iv ~h-o.-tiv i>�.�or I'll- Red Wivor, died recent |v at :,- - - -.]-> war 'C-asure \ AJ1"'1'1' _ " - ..- aire t on:r : � f ch" nafa-ture J V;1 ,.pidoniic of baby desertion i* -".ppiy of ;;'.; '\e ..'ir.i: ;i.u;.�rs .lar-: ; r. vab nt in Winnipeg, similar to that ,�.,. .u i j-.o-ioii of demohit- i 'bieli was rifo thero lust spring when ,, ; child alter child was ile-erted. Not lEtK'h tfightia-a�atc!i- s ly , � Sni; tiie that i.a ^gilU'.io.; lh'Ofll inline ..on prmy u twill a I a: Bio-! oi i 7X0 tor idK-an-; Turk r;s!i, beiiii; heni- tr.orr. war. it on !' :� "!io wotiie:-. unl iirovido the a -verse." o It U ;! '> !�'" :>i' tb.e t". .w will tie the lre�t tac dav but . r .li: THE INCREASED CCST OF NEWS PRINT. IlU tiiv . :-,-!ol- the alii.-. If t SO,........-it of ,i Will ...i'. e -a pre..'' .-Incle 1 Jn tiii'i war ar.-l has hr:,::;:.: ..a he Hub garian army on the ris'at is in troublfl. The r.ulearian arrnie.- seem -o have been broken up into a . .-re. of small (roups. �mi t'.-.at w!.>>!. front iv.av le Jn ur.disput"'! possessiun of the allies shortly It is therefore no' .it all na-expee'.d la.it C-ar l'erdiii.iiul i^ con-aiJeria" abiliea f; :m to the l.':v.v:i Prince. Tlie Hey, 1p teatureii this me.rnir ericans naithivest of Verdun hac. Tanctd five or >ix miles whib-Vrrncii further west haVd aiiva us much as ToisV roiies in-piaevs lurthor aiivani" wmilil seriously �ce l.aon and St. Qtielitin from | aoulh flank, .md indeed ihe \. HindetiburR line appears to he | danger public cannot h> lp ; A ne-.vopaper is not the noeessities o: lit imt ertlof !es m ti While the ltreate-t war history is r.atiiii:. mar.; con-id.-r the da'.'.y r.. \ necessity of evr:y.,i.iy The paper imi'.iiry been un-aMsf.'.cViry tie-.v jpaper publish.-rs a :'e.;::i.; i]i;oL :';.. ^ otna. !� it;- liio-d to �,. Ida-.- a.-.-cd like f' lis tit' - in y peo, wsp;.p l. O; if fa: tie past, hat the til" invc: tie tf in;ire ticattc a attack on ttie w�st by tiie meagi" M-'.o ;'s reports are that th but Am- ad- the t'.e.-d Any llell-tile hole ill IV lilt. the I MINISTER OF EDUCATION'S | SATISFACTORY STATEMENT. The httiti'tiient. ot Hon. l.i'" Smith, minister uf ediuatioti. ; the- schools io be established it Jlennonlte colonies, is extremely satisfactory. There is: no doubt aboir it* mejinin!.'. The Mennonites are n .". t.� be given any sjieeial jirlvilej.fes; tlo-y Kill ha\e the same kind o: a si':,vol as every other section of Alberta. The English language is to be the I a mru a liset), anil the inspection of the schools Is '.Jo bo made by tin: regular public �cbool Inspectors.. Mr. Smith is to be commended for lis;pronipt, clejir and emphatic state.-|Bient on this .natter, which has su animated the people of Southern Alberta. >.t.j. . " to f... pttp. :� ! taa'.it:^ a fair profr. b:; ;e. t to a deman I fi.r a prie- than n- i:p in thin countrv. atiiatt mill- o:r in cant tion. can "fet very h'o-their product, in tae i T11 Canalian pub'.i-li'.-they should not be com for on account of the supply of pulp am! ,ii| lte I States ha: eil. .Since tiie is its lar.-- t..t; Pri- nt' .1 St -.-1 r.s fe polled to fact that �: .!! til" he.-n "T.-atiy ..\'t:... Cauailian paper n il to ' I'.-r. THE ALBERTA SAB I NET CHANGES. Premier Stewart did not lose any limp in filllnt; the vacancy in the t:ab-nfct caused by the retirement of Hot). Wilfriil Gariopy. Some people may be inclined ,0 criticise the practise oi recognizing a certain element in the jopulation by giving them cabinet ttpreatntulian. if Mr. Cote were clios-intfor that reason solely there, wluhl good ground for such criticism. CllOwlug tho man. aH we do wo do not Ieaitate to declare thai ho merits a lato in the government by reason (..' is! ability, his broudininiledness, his jrlde knowledge and his intimacy wUh �e - resources ot the province from .in- making the paper out o: the p: ducts of Canada, it is ror.ti'ii !1 .'.1 e Surti;' t profit. T�> giv�> our reader- sine, i.'.� .i the meaning of this iro re:-. Herald, we might say. that t uses a car of paper about oov weeks or about ten car; a >v.r C der the ruling made by Comm. . I'rii:}','.� at Mttawa, th- ifn'.-S : '. prit'.t bill means ,xn inrreaie >: aln/' ^r.uiw a year or $-leO a month \' are wholly at the mercy of the i^-.p mills. Other mills than the !'. 'l'Vaneis tnlll muy aay that th.-y take on no new customers a' the b .'� price that i.-v fixed for tho.-o mil's . against tlie Fort Francis mill, should thuti.prove to -tie the eas. >, Herald will be i ompelled. under t ' missioner l'ringle's deci,.lon. to its paper from the juo.st expeoi"!. in (.'auuila. The Port 1-Y.inoi mi; i s-iijiplies nearly all of tbrvicoia public llfo. pat ting ! them out of bucine:-. more tho smaller dallies v.l.ov , i-ircula'.ion and ailvni: mg i j i)t course there i- ro. i tii e of economy in th ! print. There ha- been ; waste of paper .�-.p-ct illy ri'-l I !(,,' is liuiited I Ihe pi'ac Ot IU'W.- Ti nan >i:di lions warrant. The comb- ample,mr liml a great jnany of .Use feature pace, can very well be cut fur, during th war at tuty"ra'te". "All t'm people i|,; a o-e ,.t t ei i .'.e war. oi ern-'.i in such lasna- " cotitroi n ia uisit-oa c r t'nan �el'C-ts tr.t't ll.ir! Rains Iloggess. a farmer in the Vi'iiiatcinai district, v. as killed on .-'. p'"iabiT 17. by the overturning of a tr..i! liisc barrow. Mapbton. tint., report- that �women tiie]. canned 1.1M0 ipuirts. making a ; .i>rt!i. re eived for premiums by the e insurance companies doing busi m Canada amounted to $ttl,lutein incroa'U' of $lt,4tii,i'i7ti over the mis year. I It is reported that tha former Mln-rades of ;4,pr. lU- Hallways and Canals, and now lab... rail- Mints.;.-r without Portfolio in the l'n-r;e bars.:'"'" government, will probably be ap- ot Of , int.-:! ne\t Lieutenant-tioveruor of l Intario . � I'roi par. ha- variations �tt-.'t;- v. Ph r1 .Motion in . 0 ! -er and tie S.r Hr.ibt'ick Bridge, the orgaulft f W.-tmiiister Abbey, has resigned is appointment, and will retire at tic |.,;1 of the present year. He was ppointed deputy organist of the Ab-�.ttli.oity ii, �;.- in ISTfj. and organist in 1SS2. .: ..r :,->�! - K-v. D. c. MacC.regor of St. An-it s Presbyterian churcu. London, '- �''�'"' it i - ,0'i-eptc'l the invii "'ion of the V �� -I;;:" - .n riimeiit to visit tlo Canadian sol--. 1- ;� r- at the front as a representative ,. , ,_ the Presby; T;an Chur h of I'anada. Mb hind A. opoulos, th- Creek Mln-'" ;| 'Ml'' i r.-r of Actrii tiittire, sno that (irtiKCrt .: arotio., h.o! :.ii'i.(,ci> e.oldi.if. under arms, and , (, . "i!d tai-e an adiiiiotial lKii.imu, but '��a- hauuii tipped owui;; to tile lack ' ' ''' 'if Slllpjljllg taoilittes. ;;;;;:,;. iealousy is beli'-v. d to have been o.-, ,. r. -pon-ible for a nearly tatal assault '.'!',.", ', ii'- .01 uiisiiccessiui effort at suicide " ' "''' .;: the part of Afi.hlhaliX McComh. 42 � '�'' -'.!� j. old. and his pn;lty ha-year-old \ ;:Ic.'.iohc '..;'�' at their home in Ford, Out. '" a- the Montana State Fair, held at h j � -ii.i. Stanley Currier, of Castor, 1 ''" i'.iiy .M'-'ota. swept everything with his j ho:;,-!-.! by i..-ril of Oxford sheep. At the same | .air. the Curtis Cattle company, of i..itu-'ion. Alberta, won the (iratnl "haiaplonshlp with their Hereford bull, and ai.o took other uwarda. ;:i>f.- ujeiii th it it Ul ; -o 1, of ,i re.lun,; .nit hoi; e .-�, ehm wouid. it i-; mi fally relii'itierativ e ti itli'llli' 'lie Vallle "I r.u.'.nv of which at'-' Ita .itii", apart from build-:;, Alderman S. A 0. Crittenden, of! W.-yhurn. litis ben arresteil on a j h.ri'o of iierjnry in connection wltbj lie- eVtll.IH'e lie gaVo at tile judicial 1 mule in tin nutahcr in stigation held in that city in July! -� - i nsit! e tiie brew-o:;.e ia-'.. nice; ecun-tt.e shut!-.o; 'own of w.oies ; :; 1 public II f '.Vol' ot slsle p. : ft n' :-!!H' lllt.ll"! eitor t ro!. '." �'' ho.lse I- I'll of : lo . i/e.l ! t'illa fi'iim iioo.h'ip;;! ;..',d son ' i ';-.! demoi';.l- .' eX.-oerl \,y ij. - c ilcalated that �'. under a cub! be � >' c ,;it! il ti umber i, t to Invetstleiite the chargts of alleged ii'i;llgcnce of City Commission-1 ! Red in the performance of Ills dieles. Christian Dressier stiot his wife i!.-ml in the garden of their farm! l.o'.u at lb r-"una. S.i k.. Sept. 1'.. while j hi., young children looked on from a i � lump of hushes, ami then killed him-j ' If, falling I" ,He the dead botlv of j -ittoti to state pill-eh if". It v.a. ma until PI days well as a - a!' r tb" couple w.;e buip-il that the toviiieial p 1 ce v.re no'lfled and ii II they di: invii'. ,1 if by ai.clilent. "O'eHeS. .- - conn t a .. Ottawa, hits the prairie n.-iv. t.aper . |orth to south and from east to w.-st. i hardest of all, and um!ouht.-,i:y it mav have the result of putting .ampa of 1 vaaaal. T!,,. ,,.. ,)o!,. t;,,.; .!...� tin- haviua to i I'l-tt'.i'ni'i" ' ti ; u icha sc. c -ita :: kin-.' Co .'tl a- oc .'�!' 'io- oi liriuh >' i � . ':. - � I t'ua! . 'ate iter. \ ei v w'.-il le to i ,:,ip,,itb t i,v a sya-!.-ni of local option. I'h'on tic financial point of view it i, iiiao-d thai at a time when the itattonal �|-t�t stands it u" i millions it i- ii:,po-t ,ll,|e for ihe ,-tate to i.'sue hundred', of millions of guaranteed .-Mock P'lrch.i-e money, io iic.'eaiod by the ie|"u'i.. Moreover the compensation to he paiil to pubic mm h Mil ot In- c-, 1..C th- lo-.. .f^bicr :\\lilioads lov.ing to diitiiiilH'.ied letliiciioo of licensed ho'.i.'"-, etc. i would lie t! large item nt .Xjlei..-e apt. it from 'In- stock ' is-� aid for capital puivli.i: '. io ihp.a: iiitaucit-l "tiiijecvions those oni-t ;tii. 1 I Albert .1. Mulb-tt. King's printer for j,,.ij,.v.. tlo- Amtralitui ('"laaionwcilth and . " New' /.calami, intciw icved Sir (Jenrge e " it I- CtV" . . , . , � J i. -lei' OH lie- j.iij.c. Ill Olllll'lllg llll-sl- 'i !;' nn- ! biiities of ('ana ia At present there .Hon in i'; only one paper making mill in Aim-il'iul.-i- ! 'ra!i;i ami this fs abb- to meet bill a ,. fraction of the demand. Mr. Mullen's " mission is to open connections with o might ] Canadian paper ma!.."-; to meet Australian neitls. '.oi lor ; t,it On behalf of Ar. Inl.-'itop Pratt, Hr. I'lielan. Constable .Naylon. and Sister Mary Franc ; Roger,.. Mother Superior at King-'toti. I), I,. McCarthy, I\C lx-gan before the lint divisional court , , , j a' Toronto an app.-al against a verdict ( " "' 'of $2-t.liuil gtiiiiteil by a Jury at Kings-i |.,!i lata Tall to Sister Mary Basil, who fur 'i'.i years was a member of "Tlie Smicrn of Charity House of Providence" of which Hi" Archbishop, the Roman Catholic cmportilion, tho Mi ther Superior and the Sisters of Cha: Ity were assessed JL'n.eim and Dr. Pin-Ian Mean. The ground for the jury grtiiiling the damages was the alleged ttemi t to place the plaintiff In an In i sane asylum. lieu'� piiiaha-ie answer that j 'ill.....li i! man.' U'emeut the I ,Vl.,. ,,.,,,,,n stale, even While 11 i "1 i Ii 1,- i, [n g the Hale "'' il'iaoi', coiilil ta.il.e pn.ijtn whicli in a bin 'year-, v.i.M cau.-o| the capital outlay, aloioow,, und-r tho govern t'lctll "io a." ' he state would tak" � '' �i tin'* "ice. is ti newspaper that .give.; all th.- new -. in c.ondens.p.rl form, aiol "\,ii loobltiiti that, Hiey uilisi now '�sped io pa- je;.,,, ju-icjs. tit once. Capital payment would be deferred until after lio- .,ar; In. the. ineanllmo lienoticlarlitH I brewers, loiblicans, etc.) would re-e.-ive .innmil payinuiil* biiHOtl on pro-war Income, while the Mtato would have the adviuilag" of the high profit:! being made during tho war, the annual difference between pre-war and war lakings goini; into the ox-choijuer, \( Last! we've found a Cfooa Coffee BRAID'S BEST TEA has the strength ,, and flavor that you will like id's Best offee That is what everyone-who enjoys rich, fragrant coffee-says about Ic's satisfying blend of Braid's. "Morning, Noon and Night" At dealers everywhere. .----:rfr 4. it; BROKEN DOWN Catalog wagons may be all right to look at. But catalog repairs are a dif ferent thing. Particularly when you're in a hurry. It is then you learn the ad ditional advantage in trading at home. Not only has tlie home town dealer the best goods that can be obtained, but lie pjfers.you HOME SERVICE as. well. Your time is too valuable to risk one of these expensive break-downs. Buy your implements from your home dealer , and take advantage of the Home Service he can offer you.