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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR tHE LETlilimiXiii DA I HERALD Tlll'HSDAY. SKPTEMBEK 28, ibevalfc O'AILY AND WEEKLV Subscription Ratei: Dftliy. delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per your Dally.- by mall, per year Weekly, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per, year to conduct n of Inquiry, nut ho tjld. While he was a member of tbo Manitoba government seven illfferont Judges were noniod to conduct seven different Inquiries. It Justice Halt Is, u grafter today, as Mr. Rogers alleges, j then he was a consenting party io, seven judges being grafters. trouble between Hon. Mr.j lingers and the judges is that some otj hip actions as a minister of the crown are being inquired into, and or course that is lese raajeste. This canj do no 'wrong. i TELEPHONES ,Business Office Editorial Gifice W. A. Buchanan John Torrance ilanactoE Director Business Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- liosr Sally on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date S. S. McClure. one of the Ford peace- pilgrims, is ielling shamefacedly of, 1252 Ihow he was loaded up while In I with lying tales of great dam-, age done to Liverpool and Manchester by Zeppelin raids, when, as a matter; of fact, no Zeppelin has ever visited either city. That peace trip bene-! titled McClure. It proved to him that our authority to continue the sub- scription. the.Germans were descendants of Mnncbausen. BOUGHT OUTRIGHT OR HANll'tED'ON Ij. COMMISSION. n ETURNS MADE SAME DAY AS JK. RECEIVED. LL CHEQUES FOR THIS DISTRICT ISSUED BY OUR A LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. TN DIRECT TOUCH WITH EUROPEAN BUYERS 1 THROUGH OUR OWN EXPORT DEPARTMENT. N ONE-BETTER EQUIPPED TO GIVE YOU SERVICE. 201 Sherlock Building W. J. LLOYD. Manager. M. M. CLARK, Accountant Ijun u uunv, Established 1857 Phone 777 Residence Phone 365 Residence Phone 1072 Your King and Country need you right now! j Ontario's prohibition !iw is much: far reaching than has been gen-, lei-ally recognized. H not only puts; j barrooms out of business, but it! i reaches out to other businesses asj well. Large boarding houses con THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR iwen.- The capture of Combles gives ,lie aft. and will be known as; allied troops incontestable mastery of Tlien tobacconists and gro-; the situation on the western from. Lers- druggists, restaurauteurs and The British forces, working round wno handle tobacco are vitally. the north of'Combles via Le Beouifs. [Or the aim of the govern-j i? already astraddle the Bapaume. meu, js to gjve a monopoly of the to-: road, which cuts on' retreat from bacco business to those who have been Combles. The French are swinging standard hotel licenses, and: RICKED UP IN .SSINGlZHIi FOR THE BUSY HAN Hev. Reginald U. Stevenson, of Tor- 'onto has been called as assistant rec-1 'tor at Orace and St. Peter's Protest- ant Episcopal church, Baltimore, Md., and lias accepted. Miss Gertrude Alines Lincoln, of I Los Angeles, a granddaughter ot Abra- ham Lincoln, was married In England to Lieut Arthur Halnes. of tho British (From Our .Own Champion. Sept. TlireshlliB 13 now well under way, and the results show the wheat yield ranging from 30 lo 45 huiihcls to tho acre, which has grniicd No. 1. Tho elevator' spaco hus boeu all taken up. anil It la estimated that close to million bushels will be shipped from here Ibis season. The If'ord garage has had u busy week, J. A. 3icGrosor. H. Hummr-ll, A. P. Duncan and P. Claup purchasing cars there. J. p. Trerethick has returned after n visit to tho coast; he has purchased a new Franklin car. Mr. Miller, tho well known grain buyer, has returned front the coast. I The Farmers' rretesrsiit nnona on Monday, under the management of Johnson. G. Barber, of the Bank of Hamilton. has resumed his work after an ex- tended holiday. Mr. Omumings of Okoloks hat ac- Arrangements havo boon made to hold u great ucliool Hold day hern on Wouiiosduy. October 41h. Teams from Mucleod and Cpwloy anil iirolmbly others.are expected. A. 1-lolieri) of Concordia Seminary, St. L'oiils, Mo., will talto up his duties shortly as pastor of tho Lutheran ellurclC south of Plnchor Creek. Uov. W. Single, who has been hero for some time, IB leaving for a larger Held In Aliroii, Ohio. Tho local branch'or tho lied Cross Socfoty are ntaltlng great preparations to supply the'lnner man with good things on the Held day., cepted a position with Laidlaw and Oswald palp mill is to in from the southeast, anrl the entire to allow no one eise to sell tobu German defence line' beyond Corubles is in an extremely precarious situa- tion. The great amount of stores and numbers of prisoners taken in tile Combles fighting is another evidence of the importance of the capture. On the Thiepval end of their line the British have captured the village of Thiepval and are swinging this end of the line north to conform with the advance made when the Canadians captured Courcelette a few days ago. In the Balkans the Serbs have in- cate expresses a very common feeling. There should be some way of reaching! thT Canadian war loan. As the result ot the disciplining of defeat the flicted an important Bulgarian troops.-- Greek troops in Canea have joined forces with the rebels. There is now little doubt that Greece Trill actively participate in the war on the side of the allies. King Constantino has agreed to measures for tie equipping of the army for this purpose. the "Don't' Pays." Why not labels them as disloyal? That is just what they are arid nothing less. SHOULD VISIT ETZIKOM FAIR The Herald would urge that the Alberta, is expected to raise half a million dollars for the Pat- riotic Fund this year. Quite right too hut the trouble is that that amount will be raised by people who pay over and over again, while many of the people in the province never subscribe a red cent towards the worthy cause. i Arthur, Out. i There is a boom in shipbuilding in Nova Scotia cent towards tne wunu> t-auac. Jm; nm..-. This comment of the Vulcan Advo-j manding, has lett for the east. i Divorce Court in place of Judge jKeown, appointed Chief Justice. Lieut. Harry .1. McTaggart. killed _ .n nction. was a well known member i Mr U H S -Bursell, of St. John's, i of the staff of Wood. Uundy Co.. ,Ur. U. J i. >-T _ _ ,___. mil a IN.-B., is dead.' I Richard Warminton, an old tiini business man of -Montreal, u dead. Batt.. Lt. Col. Aruott corn- Quebec government took s half mil- Pie. Lucieu Belanger, of London. Ont.. i lion do Rev H D LeitchT of Kindersley, has j with a strap, ou The'orders of LleuL- been called to Westminster church, j Col. C. M. H. Graham, ot the 142nd Regina. London Batt. The machine element rush; Rev. C. W. Sa'uuders has resigned as to the defence of Hon. Robt. Rogers, j rector of St. John's Anglican church, forgetting, as the Camrose Canadian j Brantford, Ont. points tiat Sam Hughes. Colonel Allison and Bob Rogers are doing _ more to -wreck the Conservative party Evangelist, 'Montreal. than any other three men. Sir Robert Borden should be strong enough to throw them overboard. Up present he has given them full swing Rev. Arthur-French has resigned as rector of'the Church of St. John the ham is tempo (Frum O-.ir Own CoiTt'Siioiideat) Plnc.her Creek. Sept. winds on Monday and Tuesday de- layed threshing in this vicinity, but all beins well every out- fit will be busy now until all the grain is threshed. P. Hansen has thrt-shed an SO acre field of fall wheat which has yielded 45 bushels to the acre and will grade about N'o. 3. A. F. S. Tatum. former manager of the t'nion Bank here, left today, ac- companied by Mrs. Tatum and their little sou for Lethbridge. where Mr. Tatum will lake charge ot the Union Bank. While here Mr. and Mrs. Ta- tum made many friends who regret their departure. S. E. Rae. of lunisfail, succeeds Mr. v. Tatum in the bank here. He and his at. Cam" Borden, Gra- are takmg Up their abode in irarily relieved of his h recently occupied nn invOctifaHnll bV GRAIN SERVICE Try us when plac- ing your trade in I'n- tnrps. will like our.service. He was a son of Mr. .la. gart, 14 Pearson avenue. Toronto. Lt. Alex Rosamond, of Almonte. Out., killed in action, was married to a daughter of the late Gen. Cotton. Ottawa. She had tost two brothers in lltUe sali for Lethbridge. where Mr. command pending an investigation by the military authorities. FOR ELECTORS TO SAY (Winnipeg Tile voters of today make the Can- ada of tomorrow., from' It is for the .men ami women voters business men ot Lethbridge should not iet the opportunity slip for thisj city ti: recognize-in-force the'cebplff] of EtJikom, Foremost and districts ou the occasion of .tSe_iirst. fail fair erer held on that' line, to "take 'place at- KtziUom on Tuesday and Wednesday next. A special train should be se- cured and 100 business men should go down next Wednesday, but if this is Impossible an auto excursion fith as many representative men of the city as possible should be made. We can- not afford to overlook any opportunity to create a favorable opinion toward Lethbridge in the new district.being opened up so rapidly and the Conservative and the! country, too suffers. Some, ten thousand troops from VteidTwhai the the Camp. Borden -arc to wmter In of m-e be for the ont0' i future. w docs our standard of public life Mr. -Justice Gait of "Winnipeg "causing--the" arrest .of of a Winnipeg newspaper which published'an interview in wnich he was criticized. If tie Nelson News had read the Winnipeg Telegram's vicious articles It would not have made this comment. No newspaper, no matter how kindly disposed it may feel towards its TROOPS WILL BE PLACED IN CITIES A dispatch says that troops remain- ing in Canada .this winter will be quar- tered in the cities. It is the policy of the militia department, and means that Lethbridge should be chosen as inter quarters for an Alberta bat- talion. l d L-'ll ic gested that his tender was ioo: United Grain Producers, Ltd TEMPORARY OFFICES: ROOM 1, MACDONALD BLOCK STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commitiion Our 'entire organluUan Is at your Horvlce and with our exper- ience wo can safely suarautoe to got ynn thn -befit prices for your grain at any time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phono M 1922 Calaary I For Offloe 1866 Lethbrfdoo QuoU- 1811 tloni. dee Our AfltnU who are In your district. J. A. GUMMING Lflthbrldgfl Manager A state reception for the incoming Governor-General will-be held at ellh- er Quebec or Halifax. GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable Information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are invited to make tree use of this service. Ask for bids ou your carlots of grain. Private wlrei to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Bottcrcll, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. REESOR, Mgr. Phone 1599. Res. Phone 1862. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Write or phone at our expense if you have grain to handle. We can atiurc you the best price the market will and you 'courteous service and prompt returns. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE. SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER. onto, and was a HaIL low editors, can defend tbe Telegram's 1 Hamilton, Ont, did not .have one attack. It was nothing more than guttersnipe stuS. The Ottawa Free Press tries to head arrest for drunkenness during the first week of prohibition, an unprecedented record. The Dominion government has i B Bennett for the lieutenar.t-gover- gymrded; a contract. for a new con, says: "They say M, R Urete Pier at} Port Staniey, to cost B. Bennett is thinking of resigning _ federal seat to become leader of the1 Rcy L B.A., of the Alberta Tories With the example of Nova Scotia. Conference, has Sir James Aikins. who made a travelling secretary of the and is, now a lieutenant-1 '-J'-O.A. _ Mr. Bennett seems to bej The power .cruise'r "Prince; of the a live trail." The Free Press i Biological Station. 'St. Andrew's, N.B., e -wrong trail. H. B., -without is: searching the depths 'of the sea for bnity. The stag dinner era has pass-1 j H Caivertj a Brandon barber, was .Woman must be represented 5713 jn fines and costs for i selling whiskey and having it .on his i premises. to.-winter quarters the cities and larger" centres about the third week in" October. Each divisional staff has been asked to report upon and .arrange for the winter disposition of the troops in their respective districts. Since Lethbridge has such .u tial Barters for The troops, and repre- the days when Mr. Rogers was m sentanons on behalf this city have Manitoba legislature, the Telegram Tne Winnipeg Telegram is strong] on descriptive stuff. It had Mr. Jus-< of tlle staft of the on an o Greenwood, B. C., tlce Gait "shaking as with palsy." In i formerly of Jiorrissey, was killed in gg[ g M Bank ot already been made to the department there ought not to be any doubt about B battalion being located here. used to corral all the adjectives in its treatment of his utterances. CHRISTMAS IN THE TRENCHES Christmas is near enough for us to prepare at once the gifts for the Leth- bridge Boys in the That the Women's Civic Club, is again reminding us that j the time has arrived for the parcels' for the soldiers to be prepared and sent forward. There should he a deluge .of Christmas parcels at the Y. M. C A. on Friday night. No man j recruited at Lethbridge should be for are a trio of samples: "Hon. Mr. Rogers began by smashing the arguments of Mr. Norris historically, logically and economically into minute frag- ments." "The petty arguments and mean appeals presented by Mr. Norris. already esposed In their Illogicali- ty and inconsistency, 'suddenly shrank into insignificance. "It was an unrehearsed effort, introduced by Hon. Mr. Rogers, without straining, but it shrivelled the opposition, and sent a thrill through the house." No wouder the "Constant Readers 31n. Israel .Keyes was burned to death in a 'fire which destroyed the Here; store'and-residence of Keyes Bros., I Elmsdale, X. S. Miss Grahaiii, superintendent of the P.E.I. Hospital, has resigned in order i to accept a similar appointment in the hospital at Sydney, C. B. I George Alexander Kantley, a vet- ysfeay man of Monctoh, N. B., jdled suddenly' at his summer home, I Point du (Jlien'e. Lieut. Hart: Leech, Leech, K.C., Winnipe wounded killed. of J. H. first reported in is now reported G. A. of Kenaing- Telegram have a wonderful London North, P. K. I., gotten The Women's Civic Club will mjration for the Hon. Bob and his i has accepted call to the Preibyter- j ian church at Wiikie, .Sask. t Lieut. Neville Asthury, an Edmon- ton officer, killed In action, before __: that the parcels are forwarded All. that the citizens..have to'do is to prepare the parcel and, send it to the Y. M. C. A Friday night, Let every man, woman and child participate in tribute ot our admiration to our Joys. It will brighten them up on WAbDELL FREED; JURY enlisting enlraunt; not w DISAGREES ANENT PETERSON j ion bank on the staff ot the Un- student-at Osgoodc some process ler la from contnu.or raisen tender as suggested, tad was paid the extra sum o.ut of the treasury, though satisfied with the accuracy of his ori- figures and quite confident that he would make a reasonhle profit thereon, would there be any limit to the indignation of the British public? How long would the minister re- main in office? p i Furthermore, iJ a party friend of, tlie minister called in a few days anil solicited election subscriptions from the contractor to almost the full am- ount of the addition to the tender, what would Premier Asqtlith say to the minister? What would Premier Astiuith stlg- long'would 'such a minister remain in the British cabinet? If such a minister 'were .retained what would happen to both minister and cabinet in Britain? But it is only Jtist to offer an apol- ogy for even using the name of Bri- tain or the Asquith government in such a connection. Tlie situation de- scribed would be absolutely impos- j sible in Britain. Why should it he possible in Can- ada? Why should the people tolerate it. Why should Premier Borden toler- ate it? Has he not told the people of Can- ada, again and again, that he abhors the very appearance of evil? "Bring to me" he said in effect, the other day "anything that looks like wrong, and I shall deal with it without gloves." Is Sir Robert taking off his gloves? Uoes any one see any signs ot his taking them off? Are ad- mit that we are inferior to the Brit- ish electors, who would smash; instan- taneously, anything unsavory- 8TST8 taneously, anything savoring of wrong on the part of_.a high-up or low-dowu public servant? Are .Canadians inferior .to the men of other lands in the matter ot con- science with regard to public .moral- The curse of our country Is lethargy and party worship. A Canada, tolerating looseness in public administration; tolerating such Regina Sept. Wadde agricultural school Is to be conduct on the part ot revealed at the public maii Agricultural fcoys. It will brighten tuem up on, in trying to 1 B8tabli5hed adJi-nt lo the town o Christmas Day to have placed In their I mem6ers of the legislature, was j Kemptville bj the 0 iorio Department city. a little package from the acquitted by the Jury in a verdict last i of Agriculture. Good seed should be preserved out of this year's crop. It will make your crop nejtf year all the more valuable To read Mr. Rogers' aitat k op' the Judges, one would conclude he never the selection of a judge to hig'ht. In regard to Clayton Peterson.} charged with the same crime, the fore-' The strike nills at Toil nTncedt the jury was "hossly; a, the pap< inceu and the ompam and iralp ils-.LIlal. --Q---V-7----- College unworthy the.crave sons who are fighting for her on the battlefields of France. As our men are fighting for honor abroad, so we should fight for honor In our own land. ASTKRS VOICE Out today New Vidtor Records for October Caruso sings "Santa Iiucia" The most Olirmmg of Neapolitan folk sonas. It is given an presentation and reveals the fireat tenor in a mood that the listener. Victor Red Seal Record 88560 "Then You'll Remember Me" by McCormack An old which partakes of new sweetness and charm that will- appeal to all loms of this delightful operatic ballad. VictorRcd Seal Record 64599 Maud Powell plays "Humoresque" Mme Powell gives an excellent rendering of this favorite tone poem and seems to find new beauties in it Victor Red Seal Record .74494 Emmy Destinn and Maria Duchene give a duet from 'Pique Dame.' Journet sings a Cossack war song. Selections by Homer, Martinelli and 19 others including 20 popular song hits 2 delightfully humorous potmi 2 selected children's records 8 songs of good fellowship 4 interesting choral numbers 4 lively band medleys 6 charming orchestral numbers 2 Pietro accordion'selections 2 haunting Hawaiian melodies T corlcme banio solos 12 rolhcLmB dance records 3 fascmalmg violm solos Made In Canada One Price from CoaA lo Coast Played Everywhere .Dealeri in Every Town and City for free copy of 450 page Musical Encyclopedia listing over 6000 Victor Recordi. Berliner Gram-o-phone Company, Limited Lenoir Street, Montreal 116.432 disagreed In the1 case of Peterson, charged jointly, there was no; direct evidence granted a large wage increase King ;li'as sanctione! ,tue _____ It'is time for a thorough houseclean- ing In Canada. The public awaits a statement from Pre.njler Borden. iolntlv mere was nu uiiucuuu; (hit knew, when he appointment of the Oh lulaln Genera ranged for money from Hie License j the B'lllah forois Victuallers' account, Swith M l haplai i of the Order of l thj bribery ot members. i Kt. John of Jerusalem "the salrtfof more than-frebled dflring thfc. ihree months. 'Have yoa tried'dim MASON RISCH, LIMITED The Home of the Victrola Balmoral Block 5th Street South ;