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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE KOUB VIIE IMILT HKRAUJ I'UIUAY. Sl-HM'KMIiLilV ietbbrtbge fceralfc Ictbbribae, Hlbcrta PAILY-A'ND Subscription Rttei: delivered, ft: .10 ly. dellrel'ed per year ...l.-JLOO lly, by mill per year '.H-W Weekly, bj mall, per year H.SO lr. by call per year lo U.S..f ir.go TELEPHONES iuslness Office pdltorlAl Office W. A. Buchanin President and Uansjjtnj Director (John Torrancs' Business Manager Dates o! osplry ot suujL'riplltmi tp Ipear dilly on address laoeL Accent- Ttnce or papers atler expiration authority to continue the Your Kins and Country Need V i Right Nowl the r's together here 1- Quebec. Even newsies Jo Tiot-, cry the war Remember, the above la toe obser- vation of a from across the line; It Is not the View ot a prvjudlveil Ontario Orsnjejuaa. It Is most als- Ire-slPS to find Quebec so Indifferent, espwlally when we know that the I very J'.berrlM It enjoys are al slaie, I llboriles It could not possibly enjoy lr' IL were a under German or Austrian rule. Then eJler' letler we. came acrosi 8 spfich'waiie'bv Major (Ralph Connor) of Winnipeg. U Is a worthy plea for 'national ualty and with wlial he, -we cannot but PROGRESS IOFTHEWAR Tic Brlllsh liars launched sill] ID- lolber oltenslve OQ a wide Ironl In Del- m, and have extended Iholr gains ol Ypres, which loofc to- lwa---ds tfce uillniale raplurp ot coast Ibasts ot the Germnns. I arc now beiasr made by tho Germans, Jb-jt witfcout success. 50 irell ibe (ground IMDE beld by tho IlrLclii. Tha 1 present offensive is oa a [roui ol six Iniiles, and 15 calculated not only to I menace the coast bases, bul. to open lup to the allies, Ibe plains o[ Flanders, I which are protected only now by the lone remaining ridge over which rie are 'fighting at tie present. he Italians arc continuing their ol- IfensKes against the Auslrians at Tar- I ious points, and hare completed the I capture of the entire plateau o[ BaiD- agree, tor every sood Canadian must bo concerned about, the importance of nillonal unity, la Mi speech Ralph Conner said: Canada was nol a natlou yet, but a composite body of and it was one o[ the duties of Canadian citizens to. bring about their amal- gamation so list Canada should be one united people. "1 am thinking of Quebec." said (he speaker, "more than the Germans and Airstrians here Those have uol such a pltcc In our history as Ihe Freoch. The French- Canadian was the only Canadian for years. The French people are here by right. I have heard men say that is an English-speaking coun- try. Who said so? U Is not an Enj- llsh-speikilig country; it is an fingllsh and French-speaking country. The (From Our Own lUronE, Sept. A very successful danreiwas held on Wday evening In the hall Ihe Ormanpay or- by Prof. Voder, sup- plied th'e music. Mtss E Snelsrove, Intermediate teacnVr ut liic Bsror.i public sds'jol. who left here on Sept. 13 for her home in Vsncourer l her brother's funeral, arrived tact on Monday noon.- SepL nil irlsh to cipress our heartfelt cyniratby to illss in this time of trouble. E. Roddick fjsnl the week-end at Calgary with friends. Mr. Ulackwood. manager of toe I'n ion Bank, has purchased 8 new Chev- cat- I Gus Erdman has purchased a uA- Sludebakcr. I'orrt earara has received a car lo'ld of new Wheat Is coming In at the rato .of J25 loads jier elevator. I'rof. L. Yoder ot CarmauBay. violin teacher, has started a class here and so far has secured quite a number of liupils. With Hie afJ of -Mrs. Kluch, teacher ol Iho piano, the youth and beauty of Barons shall receive a spleu- dld musical education. Sir. and Mrs. Welsh called on the PICKED UP PA SSlKG THE slitc arinroil.iiial.cly tlio amouul of C57, ol whlrli to tlio any "uossluto dividend." The costs ot Vancouver ollice. anil tq braiu'b luo liquidation la dale amount lo offloes. DulldlnE figures la Ednioiton 90 far n 1917 ore better that) lu 19IC. Velson his passed t bylaw to reju- hotels and loOgiug houses. TDD Alberta government voted J10.- 001 to the French Ilellol futul. Governor Sam McCall bis been nominated for a third term oy Mas- sachusetts Republicans. James Mills, died al St. Thomas. Dot., aged 9J. He participated In tho California sold rusu. W. A. Wright, mjnaEer of th; Im- perial bank, Brandon, Is dead was a native of Mlltou, Out. Mrs. Dlalr. relict ot (ho lale lion. A. G. Dlalr, died at Oltnws. Tho Hudson's Bay Co. has abandon- ed Diiuvegan. which had been iu use tor over hundred yearV Ednioiitou Lord's Day Alllauce ob- jects to. the playing or on tho municipal links there on Sunday. After a pastorale extending over -12 years. Very Hev. Archdeacon. Fortlu, rector ot Holy Trinity parish. Winni- peg, will tender his resignation, Montreal's deficit tor 1S17 will bo Ho accordluK lo n report pre- pared fur presentation lo the, board of control. Henry' Kdcurube. fourth Karl. ot .Mount Edcuiubc. lord lieuten- ant of Cornwall, died at I'lymou'lh, England. Rev. n. J. Ross. B.A.. who has been for some years pastor of Baltimore and Cold Sprinss 1'resbyiertan church, has accented a call lo Auburn. Out. Lieut. McFadden, of Mark dalo. OnL.'brother of Iho science mas- ter of Draulford Collegiate Institute, beon killed in action. French are a g'reat fnct; Quebec 13 a j great fact; the Roman, ralhollc church Is a great fact snd you cannot get away from them by trying lo forset cr io obliterate them. "You hear wild talk'about Quebec, but those people are as much Cana- dian as the Scottish and you cannot say more than that. They are here by has laugbl tor s Mrs. Welsh number of years around Barons and on coming to llio school found mnnr ot her old pupils slill thirsty for Jinowleilsc, Mrs. Welsh h a Lady Ibat Is jieeply Interested In Rov. F. 11. former rector ol New-' St. TauVs church. Woodstock, baa been appointed rector of Uocklltfc Episcopal church, Ottawa. Itev. Dr. O. Henderson, a well known Methodiet nilu- Reports from Ottawa indicate the Islcr. of Guclith, -'Onl., died at the prou'ahillty of Sir .Thomas'While and mle of Ills son.at Grim-toy.. HUH. Arthur Molgbcii taking a trip 1 through tlie wesl. going ns far ns tho A draft candidate named Smith 11'aclfic coast before Christmas. Slrader. of Clarksburg. W. Va.. ilscovered to nave' tvro hearts. ?ach i icatiDE independently of the olier. education and cao thoroughly herseir Bt any lime at ine school. more yarents would follow Ihls ex- [ALL THE BIGOTS I NOT DEAD YET. An Ontario Methodist minister teaa- I ed subscribing (o the Toronto Globe I because It criticized the franchise I act. Thai minister may be a more I pronounced Conservative. In an be Is a rVUui. As long as Iho Globe was [criticizing Laurie r and paltlpE Borden Ion Hie bick, he was prepared to eat, I drink and sleep with IL but as sjnn II disagreed him ho threw 11 out of the. house. We wonder If Tthc Toronto News showed any il 'iadepeadeiire would lie read Jt I'out Conservative parly. That minister's religion must be avfall? rnarrow. He might appro da to his ri dlrulouj rf the members of bis congregation who fail lo agree irith him to aU that he said from the I'p'ulplE, ceased attending serrtce aed 1 conlribnting lo his Why doesn't quit the church since lie Methodic! Social Reform Board deoouncerf the a'Dchlse act, loo? as much right as auy of Canada's j would be a greater amount of harmony between teachers, pupils and parents. i Mrs. Hanson received on Friday at- :ernoon and entertained about twenly- five ladies for the benefit of Mrs. Brown meeting tho people of Uarons. We are glad lo report lhat Mrs. J. Donovan is recovering as fast as cau be expected from her illness. Mrs. C- S. Noble's sister, Mrs. Mac- Crae, and mother, Mrs. Kraser, both from Moatreal. alter spending a sll weeks' holiday, have, returned to their home agiin. Mr. Sherwood and daughter from Wisconsin, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Noble. lira. Noole, Mrs. JIacCrae. Messrs Nobls and Speck molorei to Calgary last week. Probably many of the citizens of Barons often repeat Ihose good old _____, cannol he settled by the thought of people; side by side with It must be the men who speak the language of Ihe clilv- alrous aad splendid race who arc our allies today. There hnve been great mistakes in the way that Quebec has been handled. When war broke out the first Ecenss were full of promise lhat Quebec would be full ol fire. cursed thing came across our aad'so changed that promise? We f can see some ol the mistakes that ave been made. We cannot solve his problem and do our duty in Can- la in this war unless we secure rench-Canadn heart and soul. Take sat into your nearly and listen to no an who will you Ihit we can do Ithout Quebec, Let there be any- hins like civil discord In Ihla crisis nd you give aid and comfort to the ermans to the' client of 15 or 20 dl- Islons ol men, for nothing would re- olce He heart.ot our toe like a i" [on In the ranks of those whom ibe ermaos had come lo regard aa "their i QUEBEC NOW AND 'IN THE FUTURE. Quebec's attitude towards the I is .hard to understand. We have jus ['read a letter from an American i I 'who holidayed in Quebec which ap- (cared In the Springfield Itepubllcan i and It makes us wonder whcllier Que See la even concerned about the war at all. We do not mean, of course to Include all Quebec, ably the hulk of the people. This lady says in her letter: "The average American, doubtlesa Imagines that 'the war Is the main point at-Issue In every Canadlzn' city and'he Is ignite- sure that there Is lllll bniinesa as usual IhroUKhcut the Do- m'loloD.' He is mistaken, at least a fir- as Quebec Is concerned.. Thero fa rnfire of.the war and more Vna mbre'Tfa'r acllT__, in State than there Is here-lh' this great (orlo city. I hafdlr knew from ternal evidences :h'ere that Canada I taking such place In th Elrugglc now gointr'on. Oh, bf-coursi there are of soldiers here Ineltiillns many with Ih ereat citadel dominating cverythin -Jhe presence of soldlera stems quit Ihe proper thing, and their abecnc to a slranger, seem like "Ham lei" without Ibe great Dane, even peace lime; The eqldlerj, loo, thbug tfcey hare seen actual service at th front overncas, are so good-hnmorc are cnj'uring iiieiiiselTes 3D muc Vght-sccing that II la bard lo rt-flll: thai they aro "the real Ihlnf" arid no (In. Out that they have, many ot Ibci dono Ihelr pa'rl to make the wc-r! safe for democracy I' erlJenccil h the slghl of many mlnua a hand with a patch over the-eye, or by or sxjme olhfcr sign' thal'tho I. dividual has paid the price'for natrlo "It is unmistakable that Quebec Is Indifferent. Tie French don't care a hang about the war, ohd aa'the'iria-. of the people'of. Qi'iehfc. are they have no Interest In Ing the war a successful issue. What bacl; of Ihlj Indifference" It la dlf- pull lo fathotn, but indifferent Ihcy irlainly are. There la I In "front of Ihe newipantr1 bulletin irds reading the var nftwa, caia- is_arc not fought BIJI] won un the anil sidewalks, (hero la no evl- In Ihe restaurants Ihal either broad, polaloes or anylhlne else Is and Ihcy don't raise Ihelr )iletely 'on greater coal of _r-iiialerlal.' .Very few war poster.i arc oo teen, t.a'l said hsforc, every tycrbsa-roadfl town In.the Slalea has I LiOerty loud find rccrnltlng post- and most ingenious oppon- J. M. Christie, mnr.-.iger nf the Bant of Cumuicrce at Cranbrook.. is being transferred lo St. John. N.ll. Mr. Ilnl At a meelius of Grondvlew. Ip.morc. of Si. John, irlll succeed him jlbcrals It was decided to sugeest to at Cranbrook. he Ottawa aulhorilles thai Quebec's.' quoin Bo laken before any men arc; Chairman Davlson, of tlio American ercesl nts.1 We are glad to.read In tbe Moose aw News a very .reasonable comment thfa utterance. There his Been a endency amoDget Conaervillve nswa apera to make party capital out ol Quebec. That; Is not patriotic. We regret "Quebec's course; orry for Us Indifference, tint we can't lake Quebec come to our way of thinking and 'acting: by abusing -that orovlnce.and Ita people. We must ive with thai province aj a part of Canada, now and alter the war and we hbubl try and live on good terms wUh her, so tbat ire can have more nflucnce with her In the future, and [so so that we can drentuiUf come ogcther'In a. real bond of unity de- .ermlned lo make Canada a real na- of free and happy peoples, even ;bough there may be striking differ- ences ot lanjruige anil race. Now let us close by quoting Ibe comment of he Moose :Jaw News, tho only COD serratlre paper In Saskatchewan: There la'a very great deal of trulh i llieie words and those >vlio talk lldly.bl. "cleaning up" Quebec by force.of arms are little bellcr than madmen. Qnebec must be taken Into actonnt by any political parly lhat iopea to direct the affairs of this coun- try. The French-Canadlana form thirty pe'r'ccbL of Ihe total population; they are La leu ted, well led, and will make Each sacrifices In defence of whit they consider (o, be their racial Interests lhat to dlsmlsB them lightly were (oily. But truly loyal French-Canadians rauit admit Ibat the altitude ol Que bee In Iblg war has beei; provoking ia the other of Ibe Dominion Flaming with zeal for tbe came France and have been maddenH by tbe all loo apparen apalhy of Oiiebec and their feeling of resentment been Intensified by (be tresimenl somellmM meted ou to poldlera and apeaken on behalf o conscription. Nor Is ft snfflctenC de- words these days, whtch are as fol love, "Those dulcet, strains lhat creep Into the bridegroom's ear, and summon him STray lo when they stop to listen between the time from three p.m. lo" the harmonious -olces of Ihe tschool children, pouring forln from Ihe assembly ball In lac school. Proudly can we say lhat we one wulch haa a choir that .we can boast lUteii'to with-great pleasure. O. P. Moir Is excavaUng for a base mcnt for bis new residence. W. A. Moore has ri his lot "on lo build fine residence. Great was the dlsappofntment when to young ladles went out the othe Toning armed leDni3 racket; nd shoes, to find that J. Hanson wa mally engaged in changing the lennl durt Into a basemfiDl for his new re- idence. On eronlng, Sept. 26, C. McClellarjfl and Mtis Helen ilolr were united la tbe bonds of ma- rlmony, the marriage .taking place at Jlaresholm. Mr. Keller has almost completed his ;w blacksmith shop. Mr. and Mrs. J. Welsh of Chllliwack, DC, are visiting their brother. Ken. Welsh. Great excitement.was caused at the school on- Wednesday morning when t was learned thai .one of the vans W- Crowe upaet. Forlunale- y none of the children vrorc.serloualy njurecl, outside of a lew bruJses aoil fehce to nay that Quebec has not been handled tactfully, for this has nol bee a .time lo. stand, OE-ceremony. Major Gordon says Qucbc li a great reality, Stf U comes bac to Cana dlans having becn'thrown together o ttia northern halt of corillnent, an helnE inhject to one nuprcjme. aulhoi lly wllh ereal-nallonal work lo do moat; gel ;logelher. Oji'lhe parl both' there must be more of Ihe tpii The shaking bf-flstn a one another-wlll not do. A-pollry o moJtrMMn "arid loleratlon muat nrc vali: 'ODEcripled In the other j Red Cross, saya that the value of ivorV ilone for Iho society by American Aid. John Dllworlu, veteran of the; men In the past twelve months totals llel rebellion and an early settler, of j 'orlage Plains In Manitoba, died ntii ,'ictorla. Ho a Conservative can-1 Live stock men In Weslern Canada dldeto for the B.O.'legislature In the jioultrymen and sheepmen In East ast provincial election. crn Canada are going to get as larcc a quantity of "A" classlflcallon o Rev. Canon Cornish, .of Yorkton, is I screenings as they may need or fini ikely 16 return to Peterboro to act asj it dpslrablc lo use wlluout the fnrm rector of St. John's church, until the-being-In any dnnger of augmenting return of Uie reclor from overseas their weed, the tcrmiual men servfca. Mrs. Napoleon Martin, of Dover1 township, entered aetlou the of s. neighbor because they Wiled her reese. The boys nrere ordered lo pay S7.50 Tor the geese and costs, but Mrs. MartfiOTBE then ordered to will be able to export all IRal arc no required for feed Jud all Ibe rclus made up principally o Black and Not die kind you. get when -the i auto "turns turtle" but tlie kind of Suits that look mighty neat- ?nd dressy, on every man. We Iwve these jiopular colors in- tlie snappy new Fall Styles. X 200 -B1SFOIM McKELVIE McGUIRE, LETHBRIDGE _ Defend Canada's Cpas Qtulified Officersand Men wanted itonce n the Canadian Nival seeds, under license, With balanco on hand atte J2.50 letting Ihe, which to the against Iho Dominion Trua Lhe liquidator of Hint Insti- Tho reward for the capture of tution, Andrew Stuwart, lias filed n re Henri Monettef atlas Charles Edouard supreme courl of Glrard, the alleged bandit and dynn- ry of Lthe proceed- mitor, who was last Tuesday ings -to "of- this afternoon Aux Trembles, Involved sui may go to Coursol Math leu and Joseph e 6lrlbfke.'clalm Baa Hie fornier'.iDflchlDlsl and the he Is'as yc scratches. Bag- Nlcol has luat received cltul oi Siberian Spitz.- Jlr. Mlnue of the .Uiilon bank of 3ollorue, lorlnerly cmployetl by the Barons' branch, paid k visit heio anil was received by manr of Jils old rlends on arriving. "Absence makes ,he heart grow fonder." There is a We are ready, today with a large and varied showing of new Fall Suits and Men MEN WHO WORE fit-Reform or Society Brand Clothes Last season will be among the fint to see ihese New, Fall Models T. who his. been nom- inaled'for pirllaincnt by-some' of the Drain Otoweri Ih Klndtnlev, Sttk., connlltuency, Is reporreil (lid: ''For a considerable lime I have roln- maijderl an Impresslvo vocabufary, an Impassioned nllerance, a deep, sonor- ous rolce anil a perBilijiire but con'fi- e.nce, am, ,My uont raise their i raaMer" These ll.ccs 'on account of the Ijul! might Ire rcqnlrcd of a FOREMOST FA RMEH VICTIM OF A 15AD AUTO ACCIDENT Dow Island, Sept. Review Bays: Dan'son Klmmltt, living north of Koremoat, Is at his home suf- fering from eeverc Injuries sustained by him In an auto accident yesterday (Thursday) morning. Appnrently he had been Inlo now feland to take n vis-. llor lo tho alatton, nnd on hl5 return j home Iho aulomohllo -Btrnck a dog turning Ihe car completely over. Ktin- milt was thrown through Hie wlnij- shield ami had otic tilt at Us fac? lorn In a shocking manner and In ad- tllllon Buffering from at fractured nkutl. Xo one It seema flaw' the acci- dent, but a -farmer Jiving near Mlierc It occurred saw the car stsnJIng In the road and on going to found Klcnmltl lying in tha rond fn. n I0fl of blood. The [alter betog t. very heavy man the farmer nai unable to lift Mm and had (o walk halt-afmHe lo the.nenreflt.nclghbor'n fdr nsfiialance. Klnunltl-was then taken to hla-homa where he now Hen In an cilremely prc- carloua may aeen on several gooil "barker" tut a bill we jaya the Monse Jaw News, yr.t lo' learn Iliat they arc connldered fla among Hie of a dlalev REICHiTAO AOJOURN9, Ahulcrflaoi, Sept. German relchitag, accordlnf' Co n Jror.i Jlerlln, the order. o( Ihe ilay, after vrhtclr it 'ailjourned n'ntfl October 3. Ihe tcconil Veaillng of till to'tontalillsh Ihft (Isrmaij "racnan. tllo fleet ami tlie biM Uel ivlll ItCMllsciiffeil. In tho mean 11 rue I lie rarloui will con- tinue tliclr work. l.i hoped to ler- inlnaie Iho present -seMtoli -by (Jc- lobcr 35ul you 'who I'i've Hii.s.scil lite sjlli.sfiiclion (Iic.se fiiDioiiN JHMV every man-ran- find n pci-fcct fitting Overcoat Iict-ic. Come Now and ;See-the' Latest Models for Fall and Winter Overcoats............. I" Miiokhunv Clothes for the Workingman Work Kliirts incdlton and jmrc wofil flanm-ls, 9Qc ygc to licitvy'rihlJcil wool "I1 KI UK II AM ;