Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
row THE LBTBBRIDOE DAILY 'MONDAY, AUGUST 10. 1914 Sbe bbtfcoe, ftetafo fetbbrttw, filterta 1 .IT, OAltY AND WUKLY 6U18CRIPTION Mtr, by null, per Veir..... 8.00 r. by mall, per year 'TELEPHONES Offlee...... Editorial Office A. Buchanan John Torr.nce Director Business Manager 1252 1224 r WORK AND AID FOR FARMERS Settlera are concerned about the yin-ing mouths on account of the critical condition of due to the (jroutU can rest assured tliat thev mill be looked after Both the Provincial governments are aroused to "the need of assistance The Pro- ytoclal eminent is a large amount of road work by means which the settler will be to get iiork. The road work to Jie undertaken not proposed under stills 3ears appropriations but owing tile excoptlonal conditions the gov eminent authorized its roan ufrk.sls ,to construct roads and repair old roads in order that the farmers with out a crop might be eiven tie oppor tunity of earning to assist m carrjiug themseries through the win ter This nork Is already under In a number of districts Plans are also under naj to enable the schools in: the affected districts to be kept open The Dominion government will also assist though in what manner cannot be stated until Hon Mr Burrell re- turns to Ottawa and makes his re- port Trith recommendations the government. One of the greatest needs at the moment is a supply of feed for the hogs and other livestock on the farms in the districts where conditions are so unfortunate this jear. The problem is serious and must be handled with a view of pro tecting tue real needv fanners first Neither government can afford to as- sist farmers nho are able to assist themselves It is hardly- likely a farmer will accept aid unless it is absolutely needed, as the assistance in the form of seed or feed will ne- cessarily have to be charged against the holdings of the farmer It is characteristic of the farmers ii the "affected country that, most of'them do not want charity. They are pre- pared back the cost of the as- sistance granted them Thev fnmn on tile very suggestion of charltj Farmers of that type will- Bucceed in thli country. 'Farmers, who. can get away from their homesteads should avail them- selves of ;the opportunity offered to find work in the harvest fields. The Provincial government is arranging to place Southern Alberta farmers in tile harvest fields of the Central and Northern portions of .the province. Farmers in the south who want work of this klad should forward .their names without delay to Sheriff Young at Lethbridge, sheriff Benson at Medi cine Hat, or Sheriff Macdonald at Macleod, who have been chosen to act for the Provincial government. It' is. even possible to get work in har- vest fields in the south. Already em- ployment agencies in this, city have llao" applications for harvest laborers and farmers', would do well to keep1 in touch with the employment offices as well as the government officials Every dollar counts these days and the fanners, ihiist be on the lookout continually for revenue which will help carry them through to a better year. DlCKEt) UP IN I ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAN Red Deer's Us rate Is 1C mills, A big prairie is reported to be raging southeast; of the Cypress Hills. Chas King, a Quebec lumberman, left an estate of The office and plant ot tue Barne Examiner was destroyed.by tire. Chester Wallace and Miss Ma) Alice Ctsrtr ere married at Vulcan It is proposed to establish a hog market at Hegina. Rei Geo Gaudier, of Coboconk, Ont died at iashburn, Sask Stalker .Bros, Grassy Lake, lost 250 sheep through scarcity of J.C. Bergman is thejirst mayor of the town of Beverlev, Alberta TV H Robertson, publisher of the Feterhoro Morning Times, 11 dead. Mrs D Mulholland, came to the district from Utah, died on the homestead near rst Graham, widon of the late Wm Graham, of Ont, Is dead at St. Thomas, Ont. Hans. a homesteader -who came from Hartford, f across its domam thtfi time the mails for any other coiihtrf. Washington, Ailg 10 Bryan announced touav that he had gressing "this afternoon in the valley of the Geer. New York, Aug 8 The White Star liner Olympic, which was to 1 cleared from this with British Reservists, was.helA ap, indefinitely under receipt of, prders ftom the British Admiralty The, silling ot -the Red Star liner "Vatef- land, on which Belgian reser vists were hooked for a British port; also was delayed________, A _-----.. New All the latecft popular songs and dance music on ten-inch double-sided Vidtor Records at 90c for the two selections. Here are two of the many good ones; When It's Moonlight on the Alamo PeerlessQuartetVi-rwi, Do You Reraeinber? Frederick I Love the I Will HaJfey Y By the Sea Heidelberg Quintett? j Vicflor Artist Christtne-Millerj, concert 'contralto, makes first lecbrd, Blue Label, ten-inch Victor Record, for the tWQ Old Black Joe Christine Millet) Come Out, Sunshine Chrutine Millet Two Beautiful Red Seal Records by Famous Artists Beautiful Isle ol Somewhere Evan Williams 64411 Good Night (folk Song) Dinh Gilly and Emmy Destjrm'-.; MtKet's Voice" detlen (m every cily and pvite every VjctcV and Viclrola owner to come in and the whole of thii iplenrJid lift- for free copy of our August tupplenteot _givinj complete hu of ajl the new Victor Records and out 300 page Encydo. pedrt, biong over Vicloc Recoidi. i J- in to-day and hear these BERLINER GHAM 0 PHONE CO., MONTREAL TS-4.J London, Aug. manager bf Camels' Bank states that business is proceeding today perfectly stnootli- 1} Canadian banks here ale revived acknowledgment of -Presi-lon the same lines _d Wilson's trader 61 gcod offices English ons from Austtia-Htmgarjr Great Britain and Russia. the It would he. well to heed the advice offered that we should treat with re- spect and offer no offense to citizens of our country who happen to -he na- tives of countries at the present time engaged in war against us. While it la true we must retain our self respect we can retain it effectively by cfcas- iiig to antagonize and annoy any citi- zens of 'Other nationalities. Inciden- tally -no will also be setting a very good example. public is. eager for news these days. Very little of an official charac- ter is comtflg over the wires for the censorship of all countries engaged In conflict is too strict. Naturally raost of the despatches are unofficial, Tlie Herald realizes thut its telegraphic which is tho Identical service provided for the other newspapers west of Winnipeg, conisina a lot ol We have to pay the telegra- phic tolls and do not want to par lot foundationtess stories if we can avoid it, but now are we the West- eru Associated Press to decide; A of today may prove to lie ah official report of tomorrow. 'M the Ufa will know, better. Ottawa, Aug. militia re- ceited v.ord this, morning that a train on the Quebec branch ot' the Lake St John on which Cartier camp is loci ted, fell through a bridge add three people were killed The- department hat also ten advised that an unknown person who was IriteritljpitrtlE-Tfcinitf of the bridge aBfl-kiljW by a railway guard and not clear this occurred at the bridge where the fatal-accident-occurred or elsewhere. New York, Aug. customs ofiicers-went-out-in- tiie rev- enue cutter Calumet-today- and .seal- ed up the wireless apparatus Ol all vessels in the harbor..fly-tog'-tle' flags' at the Warring European-powers; This action follows -the Splaced upon wireless stations.along '-the coast A CHALLENGE AND THE ANSWER France "is laughing over the reply ota young diplomat to a challenge given by an ex-governor of the an- nexed provinces, Alsace-Lorraine. The two were neighbors at an official ban- quet recently, and the young French- man. was the skill of the French workman. 'However- ugly a thing may Dfe, he seems a'bie to'turn it into a pretty ob- ject." The bid Prussian, with an; impatient gesture, pulled a gray hair from his heard. 'Let him .make something pretty out of he said, gruffly, handing I.t to his companion. The Frenchman smiled, and carefully placed the hair in ills pocketbffok. ..A week later the German received a small box. In it WRS a gold tlepin, the head representing the Prussian eagle on a rock, Thn eagle hold in its claws the' 'gray hair, to each end of which a" small gold ball was Axed, and on one end was "the word "Al on the other "Lorraine." And Inscribed in'liny letters on the rock was tho.ienend: ''You only hold them by'a London, Auj 8 transpires that a j I, _ J- i- _V .___ Chir Vwstoir Department ,1s complete -with a full line of Victtolas and Records, incluiling the latest _dance musk. of the Moilern Books, illustrations from phojograpbs, and Mrs Vernon CasUq.r-X; _ GIVE US MASON JR1SCH, 404--5th Street South 21 Western Branches mtinrticm Thjrty-two Gertuans at the plant were arrested. Bow street police station is housing a small ttmj ol weapons which the Alsatian and Victorian} been taken by (he police from he government, Bill Germany have, been homes of, re juisitioned by the it was btatcd at the Allan qt- fflces yesterday that all other sail- ings would be' made aa scheduled. There was some alarm among Cana- dians wishing to return tome far the postponement of the sailings o! tho London, Aug E war office be- that the Germans hive .main t m'd for seieral jears the ..largest and beat organized sjstem of espion ajc that one nation ever, supported another Consequently fW po- lice have arrested a number. oE Germans. About fifty wert tounded up vesterdai The police tooK sicn of Hie residence at Maresfield of Ftincc Muenster oi Dernbnrg.nnti loft for Germany upon the declaration of war. Thev also raided the Germaa Monotype Worts at Salfpfd land smz- cd a number o! rides arid'somE'.ani- TEN DAYS OF CONSTRUCTIVE FUN Boatings Fishing, Bathing, Mountain Climbing l, Footbaii, Track Athletics YM.C.A. CAMP Waterton Lakes August 18th to 28th Expente of Trip Boys under 17 London Eugenia of Queen Mother Alexandra a subscrip- tion of for Red Cross work WERE ON BUTCH TERRITORY Amsterdam, Aug. 10 (via of fifty-nine German sol- diers'frdm M-eckenburg, who were de- tained after taking refuge on Dutch rlto'y, arrived here today. They ars to be Interned at Calkmiar until the irid of the war. "ULTIMATUM TO WHOM London, Aug. Toklo dispatch Daily News and Leader tayo: "An'ultlmntum has been liiutd In con fermliy with-----" The of trie menage deleted by the cen nor. BUY CAVAJ.RY HORSES 'According to ndviccs reiclV- ed here, the Mounted, Police yili! soon he buying'- cavalry Jidrses in this district. Fuller .hbtlco will he given In n very dnys closed, as he was going to the war. He -vas with the Canadian contingent during the Boer war cncan Jjiner Cincinnati artivcd in announded to the. cqpgregation in American off Cod at 5 yesterday, tbat Ills churches am todaj, according to a wireless1 BouW WOJ1 to_ bo liideflnltely message from the steames. .St. Petersburg, via 'London, Aug. 8 derman fleet in the Baltic Sea consists of at least twelve battleships of'an old type, several cruisers and 2; :orpedo boats, and has its base at Koenjgsberg and Danzig. Up to tho present none of the vessels has. come northward to Llbau. .'Several large German stores anil restaurants display signs announcing that 'Jthc proprietor is'a naturalized tf British subject." A lew German shops in the urBstliave'beeh closed. No instance of fJefmans being mobbed or assaulted has been roporte.'l and there .5 been onh a tew. cases where they hale heen insulted. .All cross ohanncol steamer service was suspended today. Virginian from yesterday to day. It was- stated al the offlce of the C P R; that thei irginian would sail to- day, as far as was known at prcs- 'ti' -oml that other sailings eScept ose oi the Empresses would be ad- hered to. thi lini Boston, Aug. Hamburg-Am- CANADA'S WAR VOTE TO BE Ottawa; Is stated: that-tho war vote to.be submitted 'to Parliament be at least 000 ind It roar be aa much as 100 000 000, Wefe fartiament to re- main Ip continuous session it would not be necessaiy to vote SB'-isTge a sum at first but it will ber necessary to uroi ide the government-Witt! sufficient money to provide all the funds required i until Parllameut in regular session CONTINUED. PAGE aeroplane factory i. "jiy quot- ed German an- that. sui- cidcs in indrliSsed Ky; the death of bcj came they woro under th'e. necessity of :tlimving country. .j WlLL MINISTER CLOSE CHURCH GO TO WAR Frederictorf, N B Aug A. L gtteriy APgJi.can rector of Stanley! FOR BSD lug CROSS WOBK 10 Bmprpss aday to the FKBNCH Brussels, io.-r-No ,big niont be-twceh. the- allied the -.German trpons :i? -.lexp.ected, ore Belgian soil utitU, the CFdncJi-.ahd irel- gisn combined, jorsw olfein SiVC. -J..V-J Bi-Ussels, Aiig. enthus'.siiri (s run-. nih'g .High. an- nounces that vblunjeers liavo preBsr.tcd the colors. PETERSHAM'' Vi tngrapH-' Mustef piece AT THE EMPBB8S': Guarding Against Business dullness is more a fiction 'h6 imagination than nn iricviUblc fact, vlonls and nitdi of men awl yoliitftr ilo nnl when sumriier-cainesi The summer its own new clothing, iooti, beverages, n j o y m o n t and (iloaSures and comforts of raiiny kinds.' The summer liiw its own activi- ties and plans winch call loi the Exponditui'c of inoncv Money is spent as Ircely in nj 'll nny oilier season. Advrftisemcnls of mtrohandisc and scrvicaof uvci-y descnption are vend in summer with un- ;i K and re- --intprcsl. ;A': ihose who find business dpH in summer (heir own 'eiforfe ami It resls bumilesir" of this coiiimifivty'.'vvlietlier or1 not the so cjijicd J'sijinmer dulk ness" I dnHiifi aii Let withdraw ijewspaper this community, iirid moiicy, wiii'cti tiieir dtisloincrraml pos- siblii ctistoiners'arc' Sjteiidiiifi of arei-cady lo Speiu) W'1.1 lie spunt will! olhei-K 01- (iiiie miiy not Itt speiit al all.