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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3vite ol Senator Lodge, Massachusetts, is dead. In the Okanagan alley.. B.I.., on- ions arc a ton and peaches S20. Some C., land this sea- son produced 24 tons oi potatoes to the acre. The new police alarm system ot Calgary will cost the city year. Twentv.ncw residences have Cranbtook, B. C., Sept. 2S.-Thc Edison theatre was nicely lilled this cvcniii" to hear the addresses of the Hon. J. Bowser, attorney-gener- al, and lion. W: K. Iloss, minister oi lands. The meeting was advertised as 'a political gathering at which the political issues oi the day would be been i discussed. T. Caveu, who actnl as Height, a Trail, i "Tte'wSn-Dr. J. P. Kankin, M. P., Stratford, died alter s.s; Tn Kootcnavs Catharines I in their official capacity, and not, as BattS advertised, to discuss topics ics relating LicensinRoi 110 gum vending ma-j P He chmcs brought to the was when he mentioned "VST Elmsfif "treasurer of the i that icet oi lumber had years, is dead. Minto, Us :ti fmaj Kb re thinking better of any intention she have had of attacking the Allies Serbia. (FARMERS DEMAND [AN OPEN MARKET i A farmer correspondent of the Ca! Jjary Herald-says: "Give us an open command of the 15th Battalion Belleville, Ont. Fernic. B. C., claims to have ready supplied over 900 men ior various Canadian, overseas conting- ior 26 beenmsposed of to the British ad- I H "w j spote (or haif GEN. M. SAVOFF Former head of Bulgar army called home to confer with the Premier. ents. Hector McQuarrie, prominent in municipal affairs and a pioneer oi the district, died at Haileybury, New Brvce, a. well known stock far- of ttmni] Dr, Fr sh'P hold up our end we fjQn piank Cochrane, Minister ot fsafisfisd'tb go nnder. .The same rule j Railways, denies a report' that finally completed it. would Le al_ the most perfect workine piece of t.hp! legislation in the Dominion. He re- ferred to the: fact that British Col- umbia had some men at the front and more ready to leave. This province had some men under arms, when the men compos- ing the local such as home guards, were included. The attorney- general said some had been sent out of this province last year ior the purchase of food sup- was speculating in recent vears in. British Columbia; perhaps :cvftn the governm h A CHANCE FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA ith !to to manufacturers If thej 'cannot go.put and competi- 1 lion, without gettiDB. protection oi tv- erv form, let them go out of business. Th'e same rule to apply to railroad and steamship lines. I sary to retrench in the matter of ap- propriations, when" the government reduced its grant for ro'ads, trails and bridges, and other .-necessary inavtati UL ii work from to the waterworks department, the- spe- The Vancouver :island .coalJistrike- cial siudit of Regma civic accounts j -...-_. really show a net deficit of j i goretnment wU take over-thft. G-.T. P and operate it to the coast. Instead oE a surplus of. spe- were costly to where 'extreraei privation and hardships were John C. McRae, Winnipeg, former; ported ca the miners. The govern- chiei of police, has been appointed ment spent in relief work in commissioner of pclice ior pwv-'tthis section. The has ince oi Manitoba at a salary of spent a quarter of a million dollars .000. in relief work so far this1 year. Willie John, an Indian, had been j drinking heavil) at Lavona, B, UNDER SEIZURE Then he tied a string to his nig toe, Har iitn RonK attached it to the trigger of his rifle and blew, his brains out AN EARNEST APPEAL FOR TAXES Ifayor Bardie's appeal Jor payment of. taxes should receive the immed- iate and earnest attention of tuoee -who are in debt .to citr in this re- Sard. The Commissioners have been The Canadians who sincere in tneir to economize, oft and have succeeded, as the Mayor' 3( formally invested toy the Duke m cutting estimatea down to' oi Connaught, TV ho as the very and scraping the bone The money, that is needed now is for the bare necessities of city cipendl ture. A tax sale would be an unfort- unate thing for the city This can be ivoided ;by prompt payment of taxes Those who are able to pav and are re- fraining from doing so, are neglecting their plain duty as citizens. Hat, Colin McDougall, a Sept. well-to-do farmer i.t j was before Justices of the were knighted Peace o{ IlTine and Hopper er titles by Hat at rvine esterda Hat, at Irvine yesterday, ous charge. It was one of a part of his crop from his oi Connaught, who as fl had Deen placed era! o Canada is the King's repre-j b h h rfff There oantn ii-s in _ "-1 sentative in Canada general, Gait city -council recently decided, [CANADA HAS REASON "fTO "BE THANKFUL 'The Canadian government has idesighated Monday, October 11, aa tie Dominion's day oE thanksgiving For Courier- Ami the Simcpe (Ont) Eeformer answers very effectively as .follows; "For one thing: we form part of an Empire that has saved its soul j alive; that, when icame unchained in wild-beast the world, THEY NEVER HEARD OF SiR GEORGE E. FOSTER Ottawa, Ont, Sept is re- corded of Napoleon that at the zenith of his fame, he met a peasant living not a hundred miles outside of Paris, who had never heard "of ilm. Napol- eon's sympathies will now be due to Sir George B. Foster, Minister of Trade and Commerce, who in one day received two letters addressed vari- ously to Hon. W. B. Ives and Sir Richard Cartwright, and on both en- velopes the name was followed by the inscription, "Minister of Trade and Commerce. Parliament Buildings, Ot- tawa." people of Canada maj give thanks on L letter addressed to the J late Hon. Mr. Ives originated no fur- jOctober 11 for the possession of the that when the mil Is of his- scattered rapine and murder over ln- I offensive Belgium, did not stand In- .dlfferentlj- aside: but, without reck- onlng the cost drew a sword that not he sheathed until the wrongs i pf the weafc have been redressed. The asr-r-iLa Ssffl promoted to the rank of brigadier- 'enuatin _______0 circumstances, allowed to go on suspended sentence, and took his own recognizance for for six aeciacu, as an experiment, to offer some the citv's debentures ,or sale locally.! This is the tost case of this kind Debentures to the amount of year, and it will be read with m- were offered in blocks ot bear- i terest: There great many crops ing five per cent interest, and they I of the district .under seizure, and se- were all sold rapidly and demand's i vere punishment will likely follow made for more further violations. (Winnipeg Free Press) Won! comes from the Un- ited States that the winter wheat of the present year's crop is proving very poor seed. Indeed this is the sub- ject of an1 editorial in the Breeders' Gazette. The diffi- culty has been that much of the wheat sprouted In the stook or heated in the bins after threshing. The province of .Alberta should have some exceptional- ly fine winter wheat for seed a'nd possibly thte may be Al- berta's'.opportunity for getting an extra price for her winter wheat. It is a matter into which the Board oC Trade of Lethbridge, for esample. might very well inquire. Travel in Safety STEAMSHIPS American Line Steamers -sailing un- der the American flag from Sew' York to Liverpool, FINE LARGE PALATIAL STEAMERS Two sailings per week. All information, including re- servations, etc., S. B. C. P. R. Ticket Agent Lethbridge. ltor> ground fine all this welter of conflicting testimony, no .Canadian have cause to blush for our part of it. Is the Courier quite sure that the decent, unhyphenated citizens, of 'Its country feel the ADVANTAGES OF STACKING GRAIN .We learn our greatest lessons from jSthersitj Last year the farmers learned the lesson of the advantages i of summer fallowins: and the conserva- jtiau of moisture. This fall, the ad- A-eriB conditions for the rapid thresh- ing rapid marketing of the huge Krops point to the Blacking of wheat jfa the most logical to adopt In course for the some cties far- hiVfc.been forced by conditions to sUck lljit not'one per cent of ths farm- are their nheat In a treat' many It li impouible for ther away than aiontreiV the parallel between the peasant who had-never heard of Napoleou and the Montreal- er who had never heard of Sir George Foster as Trade and Commerce Min- ister, U complete. Hon. W. B. Ives has been dead and In his grave these many years, and since it Is net so very far short of a quarter of a century since he held of- fice, it -would appear reasonably cer- tain that-Canada was Informed of the fact. The posthumous publication of .Sir Richard Cartwright's memories, and the fact that the Laurier Administra- tion, of which he was a member, has been out.of power since ISli, would also seem reason enough to presume that he was out of office, leaving out altogether the fact of his death, but here again the reverse .has been the Lse That the two letters should arrive on the however, is a coinci- dence Not very long ago, it Is recorded that a letter arrived to the Trade and Commerce dated 1901 It had been posted from South Africa, and had been travelling in the mails THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIK BDMDND ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manm JOHN AIRD. General llnm V. C. BROWN. Superintendent Central Western Branches GAPITAl, RESERVE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same careful attention as is given to all other departments, of the Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in thil way as utiiUctorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. W24 Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr Repairs For We have the Equipment to make Any Repairs on Any Machine. Moulding'and Repalrlna of Every Deicription done perfectly with our New Machinery. We carry all repairs for Case and Reeves Engines. If IT'S BROKEN, SEND IT TO G- KISCHEL, Lessee OF THE PLANT OF THE LETHBRIDGE IRON WORKS.CO. LTD. MAltCONI, Till-: IJ.i'13 HAYEK, IN UNIFORM OF AN ITALIAN LIEUTENANT THE BLESSING OF MOTHERHOOD Healthy and Chil- dren Make Happy Motherhood is woman's highest uphers lifo. It is tin! Fruition of d'.'iiiTst .ipea anO greatest desires; yet thou- inds of noble women through some 'fngement havebeendenied this blessing. En many homes onco chihilesi there are w children because of the feet that Ilia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound normal, healthy andptrong. 1 is evidenced hy the following lutterl 't are genuine and truthful: idon, wish to thank you folio benefitl received by 'taking your famous medicine, Lydiu E. Pinkliam'i fS Vegetable Com- pound. Before my baby was born I was so ill I could n o t stand long or walk any distance. I had to lie down nearly all the time. After I took your medicine I felt like a new wo- I could work from and w I pain a i every man. _ ning till night and was happy I certainly think it relieves pilclbirth and recommend it to ryvlan who is pregnant. You may tni'fctimonml if you like. It may j helpsoiljther FRANK COKlilN.fc Adelaide toib til until..-. was adapted nnd produced loi the Siy Sijsnor Marconi, lies saved thousands ot lives since It was first used i to Hash a message across tho English Channel. AlthouKh the alented inventor has ioined the colors In his natlve-coaatrv, he savs his usihess is still tho saving of life, and he is perfecting now wireless appar- tus for allied ships. In an interview recently he suiil that if his invention vas responsible for the taking of lives as Zeppelin's, ho would die in dis- :e. His wife is a daughter of one ol England's prominent families. Braokl time an( le St., London, Ont. was ailing all the not know what the matter ited a baby but my health i would nolrmit it I was nervous, my side I was run down. I heard Vegetable Compouml3 anci took cine. I hilnow a beautiful baby nnd your Comfljrf hiis helped me in every 299 Hum. boldt Bt, %lyn, N.Y. Cardston, Sept. Satur- day morning w.1.1 see the departure oi Mr. H. C. Ior a two years mission to England in the work of the -Moruiou church. Mr. Puipps is one of Canlston's well known res- aurant proprietors and for some time past has acted as provincial de- tective, lie addressed the afternoon meeting in the second .ward last Sun- dav for a moments in a farewell speech. those who Icit this morning to attaid the Latter-Day Kainls coii- 'erence at Salt Lake City were Pros. Edw J. Wood, Hishop Brown and wife and Mrs. H. Blown, stake president of the Ueliei Societies. President Thos. lluce left several days ago. The nrst Wednesday in next month will bo the date of the first appear- ance oi Mr. F. W. Atkins in his new capacity as councilman in our city government. His term, however, lasts only until the end oi the year in fiA- ing" out the unfinished term of John Hunt who resigned on account of absence. Mr. Atkins won out over three other candidates. The names and ballots were: Atkins 25, Scot- lej: 13, Wynder 11, Thorpe 0. Threshing has not proceeded to such, an extent in this district as yet to give any definite yields. Salberg Grail MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN E Lothbridqe Ground Floor, Licensed V Bondtd FARMER! DO. YOU GET THE BEST RESULTS IN SHIPI'INcljR GRAIN? If not, why not take advantage of our years to get the Highest Grade and Price, Write, telephone or wire us for prices nnd 'lnfiloll. John Billings Ccttd. Office, Alberta 5th Members Winnipeg and Calgary Grain Ex( PROMPT RETURNS. B. of TJMeeting A Mccral meeting of the board ot j trade will be held this evening in the j board rooms. There has not been ai general meeting of the board since] May 3rd, but council meetings have i been held frequently, as well as the public meeting held in the Majestic theatre in in connection with normal and agricultural schools. The purpose ol the board meeting this evening is to hear a resume ol. the done since last melting, and j as these mectimss are generally nwle .very attractive, it is expected numce'r will he present. Threshing Quits Separators, Steam Engines, and Gas Also Combination Threshing Outfits Moa on One Truck or Mounted Separately] Phone 1173 The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty E. A. 8HARMAN, MANAGER. LETHBRIDGE, A! Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAV If you Wish, The tana will support j you and pay for Itself. AJI immense area of the most fertile land in West- ern Canada for sale at low and easy terms, ranging from ?1.1 to Irrigated lands from ?35. One-twentieth down, balance within 20 rears. In irrigation districts, loan for'fsrm buildings, etc., up to also repayable in twenty est only C per cent. Here is your op- portunity to increase your farm bold- Ings by getting adjoining land, or se- cure your friends as neighbors. For literature and particulars apply to F. T. CAMERON, Gcn'l Supt.. of Lands Dept. of Natural Resources, C.P.R. CALGARY ALTA. OR WILSON SKEITH Sherlock Building Lethhrldje Farmers, Protect Your Wheat Fire Insurance on En In Store Houses and Bins The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. E. A. SKAP.MAN, Mgr. THE NURSING MISSION Provides vlsitlnu.nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges according to tne cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also proiided For further purtlc- apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 14tll St S Phone 1833. (MUD A. M, Rote Cameron, Grid. Hunt Mill) J.T. MacktniU, Nurie Smith, Murphy Grain Merchants Ground Floor, Sherlock Bldg. Phone 308 7th Strict to Wiloon Skelth. We Imve opened oKico lit the above address to eniblJ to give our Southern Alberta (lilppc'rs iljetter and quicker 8eH H you hftvft not yet consigned any grain thr.ough our GIVE US A TRIAL Sec phone this office for prices We Kolicit u Trial Shipment. of Scotia, or your nearest bank. W. KELLY LETHBRIDOE BRANCH HEAD DRAIN EXCHANQt. L ;