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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGL FOUR DAILY IIIilULD FiUDAY, SEPTKMHEK 1010 "Hands DAILY Rates: tollry1 delivered, per .weak _WJ delivered, per year D-ilv bj mail, per year iWcoklv bj mail. per year i weekl) year to U.B..J TELEPHONES :o Business Office Edltorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Terrance Managing Director Business Manager Dates ot expiry of subscriptions up- daily on address label. Accept- ance ot papers after expiration daw is our authority to continue tho sub- scription. Your King and Country need you right now! :THE PROGRESS ,OF THE. WAR Something definite in the nature of Greece's intentions has at last come .Irom Athens. The reliable Associated "Press correspondents state that King [constautine proposes an immediate .declaration of war on Bulgaria, which brins the Greeks into the conflict the side of the allies. TJiis would be the natural course for Greece to lake were she to decide to enter the war. Bulgaria is the only, -one ot the Teutonic allies Constantine would consent to make war against. Pressure Irom the allies has forced from a treacherously neutral atti- :tudc.-to one of military co-operation, co-operation will consist of "sending the Greek army against Biil- -garia. Some of the strongest of German. defence works on the Somme front -are- being swept' away by the .British advance following the capture ot Comhles. The British have taken un- "500ti prisoners in the -two aa'ys-of agfitin's'cttltaSnatlng with'tlie into Combles the Balkans, severe attacks of .the Bulgarians near Fiorina have been repulsed. British artillery is active on the. Struma front. BOUGHT OUT1UGHT OK HANDLED ON Ajr COMMISSION. RETURNS MADE SAME DAY AS RECEIVED. ll CHEQUES 'FOB' THIS DISTRICT ISSUED BVOUR IA LETHBU1DGE BRANCH. Ml V i rN DIRECT TOUCH WITH EUROPEAN BUYERS L THROUGH OUR OWN EXPORT DEPARTMENT. ;N ONE BETTER EQUIPPED TO GIVE YOU SERVICE. animation had been to confirm the he had sought to remove, Mr. Rogers decided, with that noted, that something must be done to confu e live issue tnd distract .the public minS There follow ed his gross I in court to Ir Justice Gait and that is being per e- governmeut.-in CAUSE OF MR. ROGERS INDIGNATION isL charged by his friends jjon. Sobert Rogers cited by the Norris JJanltoba Since coming into office fie Norris I arlli appreciated-bv the public. government has_appomted_JEree torn j _----------------------- au sions The investigation into the] probablv Mr Roger has in 'cdiisiructioa of the court house, con- dieted hv Chief Mathers re- tailed in a.saving to the prmmce of Sijt, 090 A. commission verv well jvorth 3s -ift-e lunineg I Pre r gh Iv declare0 in appraisal of the value of the j new husband at ten million. agricultural college bm'dmgs made a! year ago by an outside firm which' The Toronto Telegram (Tory) says: Bunching of a villainous and -defamation in which situation-is fjUIy understood the nrisou vote in his vigorous con- demnation of the judges. A, widow- with a. fortune ot she.mar- j--- Ined again Evidently she Tallied that Hakes a pecialtv of worl of this kind bhowed a discrepant between the actual and the book values of tie Tor'even" dollar Sir Robert Borden's finance department, can save, with its frugal talk Sir Robert Borden's mi- building of one milhor dollars department squanders twenty investigation now under wai betore wltlj jts spendthrnt actions." Ever since Mr. Rogers -went to Ottawa his colleague, the minister o! Justice Gait is tor the purpose ot discovering, if this be possible, why ibis large amount of money has been lost to the province. The third commission defend "the inquiry In twoilarge eastern states. lorn traue cuuwnuci: t The remarkable fact tna? over ijinre Into the manner in which public moneys voted for.roadwork have been applied. In this case Judge Patterson js the commissioner. The juatincar tion for this inquiry will be furnished by the evidence to be submitted. i Woolo the Norris government not be open to criticism If it failed to find Jilt what was wrong about the agK-: cultural college contract? Our Con- servative friends defend "the inquiry Into the National Transcontinental) by the Dominion government.-' That j in- Suiry was held to discover the canse of alleged waste in the expenditure of the people's money. The agricultural college inquiry at Winnipeg is for the same purpose. So far as this inves-' has gone it has proven toat Hon. Robert Rogers, when minister of public works in the Roblin govern- iient in Manitoba, raised a tender by on the ground that he thought the contractor would lose. A few: days afterward the contractor, who jfr Rogers feared might lose on his contract, came through with, a con- tribution of to the Conservative' fund. As Sir Thomas White vbuld say, the events synchronized. L on the witness stand Mr. was closely examined. He Claimed the increase in the contract rhs made on the recommendation of architect, Sam The cross-exam- showed that at the time Mr said he had the conveisatlon Mr Hooper, whiUi led to tho Attract price being Inireasct', he was Btually absent in eastein Canada (no dltybt In connection with the Dominion campaign) Mi Rogers then shitted th'o probable date of this conversation day subsequent to hli return, nftjy to bo confronted with Mr Hpop ijr's (Han, wnich showed that he took, his bed before Mr Rogers' ictnrn Old there remained until Sept 3rd L'of his .laljor ha been ..boosing judges to one to in-1 preside over boards named to inquire nto industrial disputes. We are sur prised this eyes'wide open. ICKE'UPIN FOR TH-t'; BUSY...MAN tioual council'to work amo on the traasnocts crpssing tic, going over tsoldie id at- Mr. Rogers consenting to "wet m as he terms it. with Geo. Miller, former city-jailer, of Vancouver, is dead.; the "ontfac. Isaac wh'o came to victoria, B. C., in 1852, is- dead. Ex-Aid. -3. C.' Anderson jfcof Peter- uoro, is i.v__. i- i of fijrmervJiajoFW; J. -Wc- Na'mara, :of TEdmonton, 'died Battle Creek sanlta-rium. The teaching of German showsvia great falling off at the Kingston .col- legiate institute. P. Layton, a Vancouver lawyer, has been killed in action. His father Is collector of customs .at Tru- ro, N. S. Lieut Gordon W CroWj son of Mayor John H Crow of who was killed Military Cross, According to i event returns onlj British Columbia ridings the recent elections Thej le on the extre ne east and work among the m sing the AtlaiP ildiers on thei voyages to Euslaad.. and retnrnjnt with those invalided' home. A fifteen-year-old St. John's, Slid led cleaned up ?50 during school vaca tion by cutting out and curing. 80 j pounds" of fish, -sounds and tongue vhich he sold at seven cents a.pound A .J.. Kettle, a veteran Irish Nation alist, died less than a. week after re- ceiving neivs that Laut Tho mas M. Kettle, professor of econom cs in National university had bee- killed, in action. N' S.'R. Hosford, office secretary o the extension department of the Ln versity of Alberta, has accepted an o a commission in the "41th bt taliou of Regina, under Lt Col C B Keenley-side, of Regina. A recent casualty (1st th name of William T. Peshale as bein amongst the missing. He is a son o ex-Aid. Thomas Penhale, one of th oldest and best known C P R eng neers in the West. Pte. Penhale wen to the front with the" Medicine Ha ctmpany of an Edmonton battallor The Victoria Cross has been awar ed to Lieut. T: O. L. Wilkinson, of tl Lancashire Rifles, v ho wa killed July -r, aged-28. He was th second son ot C. E. 'Wilkinson Comox. B. C.. and was a suivejur tit. Victoria He enlisted earl, in the war with the Canadian Gordon High landers. 4.n rocieise "of almost 001) in deposits -s compared with JulJ is. 201 Sherlock Building W. M. M. CLARK, Accountant ,1857 Residence Phone 1072 i People's F6mm RE FILTRATION PLANT Leihbridge. Sept. 25, 1910 ditor of the Herald: Dour reply to Mr. Freeman's otter of August re Duff Acldi on sewer outlet, I save the inloi-nia on as I gut it and considered it fair .reliable, but am slad it is other is'c except for the fact we raised ain about Maclcod dumping their e into tile river and all the ;m we hu'c been doing the same As I understand that muill- umieriakings like filtration liiiits, sewage works anil street rail ,ays built by contract, it is custom ry for the contractor to pay a dis, ount ot -i per. cent.. 1 would ask who ets" this discount. Does the man Uio places file order? Or the man vho signs the for tthe cm who 'money' SON as I understand this there h ibthiiig illegal about this, but; would ike to know to satisfy myself. Mi said right when you said I w is mean. 1 also know this to (KioiM Our Own CoiTL'Hiiomlenl) Noble !ord, nuiuiol meeting of the Nouloford..Hod Crosu Society bus boon' culled for Friday lining, Oct. etli, at S p.un., ,in the schbolhouse. The are very unxiouii that all membery and friends society make a .special effort lo attend. Reports of work done will he Important business will be transacted. Sunday will be observed ns UaH.v Day at Nobleford and Newlands. At Nobleford there will bo a short morh- lllK mil-vice a specinl ral- ly day. service, with a very Intorbst- i liig proerami.. A uuoQial service will talso be New-lands In the af- ternoon. Tliii' Rev. W. will at these services and it is hoped that there will be larye attendauces. 1 Qh Monday afteriioan 'one of the iiiuii, 1' Kiiyjier, employed at Iho east farin, while fields help- iilE the threshers, haiKlho nilsfortiino to'liave his arm broken, lie was con- veyed to the Gait, hospital and is re- ported to ho progressing nicely. Jlr. O. Thompson Illis arrived anil taken charge of the Independent Grain Cn.'s elevator here. in certainly a busy place those days, One of the cooks employ, oil at a farm 1" tho" district, status that the only slack time he has. wjien lie is iieeling potatoes. Surely wo Threshing on the .409 section be- longing to 0. S. Noble, finished and flm actual yield shows mi i sin-ill 1) tlm Hii 11) Tuber, Sept. enthus- iasm Tor the- Patriotic Fund was evi denced at the meeting held here lust] nglil aim inn IUHIIUI night to itoigllll'i the foi the averasc nf 52 bushes tt. fund in tho Tabei iiduic M-noi Malol rhis is bettor.than what was a, uisl fund in tne aoe, calciilatc.1. and It a criterion ,o! rest of the yields in MC insr.rt. sides. Tlireshing rigs are busy worli- ie i fact too, and I am going to tell on w h it nukes me mean. I get hold of a ii-inei and find down in people occupying the highest posi ion in the province (and who should regard it as an honor to be; called on o fill these positions and not lesltate to trample both the; position and themselves in'the tor the sake of a few dirty dollars. -Coming to Saskatchewan we find a gang there wlto has been trying not only for the opt of tho tree of.all evil, they have tried to get root, trunk, branches and leaves ot" the same tree. Coining to oui own city during the construction of our'street railway wejind citizens eniptoyed oii'ifhe same'cpn struction work dismissed fD -raake loom for a lot of foreign workmen Now one of our citizens who was af- fected by this had the courage to rp'iee his complaint through the Her lid'and also stated he was practical j lyvup against it and had neither inon e'l nor work and could not pay his tases anything (lone .to rem edj tins' I never heard of it. Isn't ft a fact that the class of labor im- parted into this city to take the bread and butter out of our mouths, donate" regularly from one dollar to one dollir and- a half each man pel nibnth to the foreman and in some n give should not bo overlooked those who -were 'willing to gnc- ho encouraged to do R. H. Anderson was elected presi dent for the coming year, with W. H. Gldbb secretiiv. aid R Powell trea-i uier centril lorimitteo ib com posed of R.. Sheiils Powell, Harsh, Vtckery and Phillips. The advisory committee is lohn Slai nil Geo 1 ing Powell and Tt. Shiclls. "Hon. A. J. McLean spoke of the iitcent need, ot a strong oikimzition IJB s.tateil that the lev v of tl 000 for Tiber, was. based on voteis dctmlli voting; ea'cli voter counting as three; this 51.CO per voter. He favored ladies being appointed as col- lectois iWnated as a start, and other donations.were made to.the sum of ?1990 come in. Arrangements- -ncre mide to outside points in tne riding ing, but so far no returns have jet DIVES INTO A TROUT; BOTH GO TO HOSPITAL .-Hidgeway, Patrick-Deerini; nnd a trout measuring 24 H inches, here, occupied an ambulance together on their way to the local hospital. Deering sought treatment for a dent in his head: while "the trout, which apparently was the canse of Deer- ing's injury, was intended for use ns foot! of the hospital patients. Deering, while diving in Laurel mill pool, came in collision with the trout. The fish, stunned roso to the surface, -and was captured by other swimmers. The Ontario license :boara will issue Dli SOI., reminds him of that in 1884. tne campaign turned on the results !t 13 stated-tl at the leonom in two''large eastern states. New York trade conference i wHicli 'George 1 fcolOOOOCO greater than when I the war broke out in August 1914 and I The remarkable fact that over 20 ?4isn tljrris'on what will be done in, _ New York N'ew Jersey, Indiana and! Major A Logio Howard Renaud Ohio. !t Ihe Democrats can win! reported killed in action w is tee either .New York and.New Jersey, Indiana1 and Ohio, it will mean the re-iot age' Wilson, says the Senator. fBge Ma iii then provincial [poper, now Renaud for Peaches and Cream! -Togetfull.palate- jpy with maximum of nutri- for day's work; eat them on shredded wheat perfect meal, easy to appe- tizing and satisfying. In Shredded Wheat all the body-building material in the whole wheat grain is re- tamed, including the bran coat, which is so useful in promoting bowel exercise. Mo., oil a state warrant charging hit in her bedroom the night of July 15.; The following pay for right costing only n allowed to drop bflciuse men v ith capital .could not Ije found to back up the enterprise, relited Lieut CoL Frederic Nicholls, Tor onto. Word has been received m Wmpi peg ot the marriage at Toronto of j Mr. Roderick JLoKenzie, former now secretary of the Do- I minion Council of Agriculture and jjliss B. G. MacLeod, Toronto form erly ot Winnipeg. Canada clare, that trouble is. to bo expected W. B. Morton, of Chicago, smilett! jn enforcing the new .law The new ind talked with Dr. John inspector is J. E. Stone, of St. Mary's of-Nazareth HoapItaVwbJle wni supervise in So.uth. I his brain tissues were nncovereii and explored for the re-moval of a. mas. told abscess.. The Mutual Life Assurance .-tpni- panv of Waterloo has aubjeribad the sum of to the' second Can- adian war loan. -The was subscribed' to the flrnf-war loan, making a total of J. B. Douglas, Calgary shoe mer- chant, pleaded guilty to.ihircliargoTof publishing an advertisement contaln- hig false stBtemontS and. was finfjd and costs. r; John iA. Kneale, in ciia'rge at tiie 'jear, has bec'h ajiiiointe'ajby this mild, familyremedyto nnd to improve protect their hellui They keep their blood pure, their livers active, their bowels regular end digestion sound nnd strong with. stances albo boards said foreman? I think this is the real reason for the street railway construction schedule being so important. Again, that generator that was burned were told the gener- ator was defective. Underground re- ports say one or more civic employ- c over this casual- ty. If said generator was defective why. should these employees be, dis- missed' 'we have a commis- sioner who tells us if we don't get a filtration pla> in soon our water mains are going to plug up with mud. The same commissioner a couple of years ago predicted -all sorts of dire calamities to happen if the citizens did not instal water metres. iNow, il the mud will plug un wator mains il certainly will plug water metres and ould simply have spent 000 three or four years, before vfe could use .them efficiently and in' the meantime they would havo been an. endless source of annoyance and expense. Again, I consider the sal- ary we pay Mr. Grace and Mr. Grace knowing the condition of the water siipply and knowing sooner or later that, we should have a cleaner source ot suppli If be was not qualified he took office he certainly has had sufficient time to qualify himself that he could show to the. citizens that they had not wasted their money on this tominissioaership. I suppose the last pleasure jaunt of the two will cost this city or S700. What, returns do we get for it? Some time ago wo wore told we had to get closer to the old town pump. The bank who made that remark should havel stated how closs he wanted us to I ____. get My idea js to be close enough. to caul pump to grasp the handle anrj; pump the old- well .dry.-" you geti that') I am stills of the opinion that! two commissioner's could run this, city; at efficiently as three. Wo might to get the city charter altered, but Ij believe we would be ahead at the- finish You will probably grasp what, makes me moan. Respectfully yours, .j Thos. Wardman. WrfpLiE'sAlE AND-RETAjL-pHEMISTS' Ouf stock pPN'ejlsouS 15 fresh and varied PriCefi--.fange from cents to ?1.00. Neilsoii's Cliocioliiies arc Sold by the Frank Hcdlej' Drug Co. neil'Slto of An7 Mcdielna in Wwtt SoU la "ARGENTINE WHEAT FOR U. G. Bue-ra Airea, Sept. Ar-; ontme steamer Panipa sailed for New York today with a cargo or tons of wheat and linsecil. TwoS Other steamers loaded with wheat will; The newspapers call'attention tq tha fnc that {his is the first time Ar.. wheat lias been exported, to. tha united States. m PC House of Style, Fit and-Setolfe- Phone 730 407 5th St. S. ;