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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY THUHSDAY. ACCrXIST.10. letbbriJhje -feeralb letbbrftoc, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLV Subscription Rates: Dttly, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per year .Weekly, by mail, per year TELEPHONES jSuifnsss Office Editorial Office........... 10o 1252 3224 VV. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear, daily on addmss label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration dato is our authority to continue the scriptlon. Your King and Country need you right now! to Induce more of them to leave their farms. "It poor service we should bo rendering if to make a good show- ing on the flchtfrig Hue wo let our es- sential industry become impaired and it Is'it certainty that we have already drawn from the ranks of experienced agriculturists to an extent to cause alarm, "There are still large numbers of young men in other callings who can be easily spared and, till they arc in khaki, the farmers should not bo urg- ed. If Vlte appeal to them were made through the P. A. in which they have such legitimate priiie, it can ens- fly be understood that It would be a most powerful one. We do not doubt its success for a moment and that is why we are unxious [hut it should not be made." RICKED UP IN FOR THE BUSY MAN The Bremen seems to have 'livver- Caigary is going back to slow time :r in its ou-u class once more. Lawyers in the Roblin triai at Win- nipeg are calling eacli other liars. Does anyone truth? cnse them uf not telling the Harvest is almost here. It is hard THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Closer is being drawn the net of war j to wait for it. but the farmers can bo that is enmeshing the Teutonic pars- ers on nl! battle fronts. Tighter day by day is being drawn the of steel- that is to crush out [he life of Militarism and Prussiauism forever, i Each day comes news of progress oil i tlianklul they have something to wait for. We have been given to understand hat :i new telephone directory is on tiie press. It might be in order 10 ask There tiro W cases of cholera in Yokohama. Toklo declared a quarantine against that city. The Salvation Army htis opened a citadel for its eighth corps. Commissioner Sowtou the chief oiH- cer for western Canada. ollluititcd. The buildins cost Commissions in the imperial army have been granted Pte. K. C. Kondy of the 18th Canadian battalion mid Pte. J. A. Koss of the Smitlicouu Horsu. George Willtins, M.P.. M.R.S.C.. who until his retirement live years ago. was one of the most prominent prac- titioners in Camidti. died ufier two j years' illness, in his 74th year. The colors of Hie Canadian Gren- adiers havi. been deposited in Canter- bury Cathedral for safe keeping dur- the war. They were handed over by Liem. Minph1. anil will bo hung; nexi those of the battalion. j all allied fronts. The most encourag- i Thetlier H is giuea lhore. ing news at present conies from the j _______ If the pessimistic reports beiug sent Italian front, where, after desultory fighting for severni montlis. the Ital- ians have resumed the offensive iu ear- nest, following the new understanding with the allies and the fiua! break wuh Germany. The Italians have advanc- ed in Austrian territory, driving the Teutonic1 forces before them, ami forc- ing them to flse from Gorizia. y very Important centre which has been taken by the Italians with prisoners. On the Trench, British nut! Russian fronts, further progress is recorded. report big gains on the Somine froul. and the repulse of Ger- man-attacks at Verdun. A new Bri- ish gain of 400 yards is ulso recorded. Dowiron the Suez canal the British have scattered the attacking; Turk for- ces far and wide over the desert, com- pletely routing them iu their attempts to assume an offensive. out from Moose Jaw about black rust are half.true. Southern Alberta with Its big crop will get two prices in ouej Lntimer. this fail, and that is as good as two I crops in one. Two convictions for violation of the liquor act were handed out Saturday at Vulcan when the hotelkeeper and j jne of his employees were both found guilty of having; liquor in their essioii illegally. Six Canadian soldiers are included in a party of exchanged wounded, J which arrived at the Hook of Hol- land recently en route to England. Their names are: Alexander Clarke, Fred Higglns. Henry .James. John Mae-Kay. Arthur Ward and Sergt. Lloyd. George made his first appear-j nuce ai a military review in his new position as secretary of war when he inspected a Canadian division in Eng- land. This is another historic event which will help cement Canada and the motherland. Northern Alberta wheat hus got an- other boost through the success of J. w. Bailey Sou, of Wetasfciwin. .Every farmer in Southern Alberta at the Saskatoon exhibition, where they gained first prize with their Mar- quis wheat as well as with their ex- hibit of oats, beating: Seager Wheeler many times world's champion. After a three trial the city j of Calgary will abandon the daylight j saving scheme. The city council j voted to repeal the daylight bylaw, j should make an effort to visit the pro-j th- repea] to go into effect on August vincial demonstration farm "and pro- Lit) next. There has been much dis- Tincial high school at Claresholm while t satisfaction with the working of the WHERE'S FREE HOSPITAL REVENUE COMING FROM? The question has arisen during dis- cussion of the free hospital question on which the citizens will pass on Tuesday next, whether the revenue lost by making the hospital free should be made up by taxation on the as- sessment of the city or by a special head tax on all persons over 21 years of age. How to make up for the lost revenue is the whole crux of the free hospital question, and this is the point the citizens should study. Tlie amount of revenue lost is ex- pected to be about Ili.GOO. This rep- resents about one mill on our present assessment; -3t would seem hardly fair to ask the property owners to foot this bill when so many who are not proper- ty owners would receive the benefit in case of sickness to exactly the same extent The fairer way would be by! the excursions are on. They close to- morrow, but there is time yet. This farm and school must be seen to he appreciated, and the most appreciative of all are those who have sent sons or daughters there for a term and have seen the splendid results accomplish- ed. Lethbridge citizens will do well to study the pros and cons of the filtra- tion plant aflu -tree hospital plebiscites which are to be voted on next Tues- day. There should be no snap judg- ment in" these matters. Both are of the utmost importance affecting the health oi the city and that is a matter of special interest to every one of us. It is expected the commissioners will issue a statement setting forth all the facts connected with'the-two matters daylight system, especially by the working men, and the parents of school childveu. According to a telegram received in Calgary, from 0. G. Devenish. presi- dent of United Oils, Ltd.. who is now in New York, he has succeeded in in- teresting capital in the gas proposi- tion ill Southern Alberta. He is said to have secured- sufficient funds to drill 12 wells. It is thought that he is perfecting plans for piping gas on a large scale from the Alberta fields to'cities in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Lieut. Harold B. Graliain. reported i as -wounded in the recent casualty lists, is well known in Calgary. He was accountant in the Edmonton branch of the Bank ot Nova Scotia when he enlisted in an Edmonton battalion. He leu the base in France for the front about July and is now in the hospital. Lieut. Graham The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Blk. We Make liiitloiis TO MATCH YOUR DRESS AND SUIT. I'lahi. hull' round In all .or doth centres wttli black rim. t'rteo Utn; to 7iic Initial Display and Sale of Fall Dress Goods iL v y _ _ -.....i .i.- inducements for early in lliis i'Yiility and SaUirtiay Sale, not; only in the splendid variety oi' now ami but in Hieii: ox- lreincly moderate priciugs as well. -Many oi' these lines were purchased as nuicli as si year ago at pi-ires then prevailing, consequently our showing is moi-c complete as (o weaves ami color- ings than for s.....e seasons past uiul prices are to 10 per cent, lower than coijlci possibly be the case if bought at the usual time for Fall delivery. ,So to- morrow and .Saturday we are giving yon (he advantage of these early pnr- cliascs not only in special price but in a broad variety of weaves and colors as well! Stocks now are at the highest point of completeness they will be this season and women requiring materials for fiill garments will do well to take advantage of this sale. ,i. Diagonal Worsted Suiting A lovely cloth at the old price..45 inches wide. Colors, navy, Copenhagen, ,plum. brown and black. Finest Wool Poplin Beautiful dress cloth. Splendid'-shades of browu, navy, green. and bldck. Storm Cheviot Pure wool, heavy weigh! cloth; inches wide. Navy and black. Tailor's Serge f Beautiful quality pure wool. ft6 Inches wide. Navy only. Silk Crepe de Chcnc' Beautiful quality. 40 inches wide; Colors. sky, Copenhagen, flesh, old rose; nuitze. mauve, plum, nayy. brown and black. Cheviot Sergc Excellent quality pure wool, wide. Navy and black only. Viyella Flannels 75c This most reliable- cloth has become almost itidispensible to scores: of women for children's wear, waists, etc., and wo are showing a. larger variety than usual from which to choose. Colors guaranteed washable and absolutely unshrink- able. Plain cream, cream ground with' Ha'in'ty, stripes, greys and fawns in splendid' t-auiety..- sky, Copenhagen, pink and mauve in plain colors and dainty checks and stripes. Splendid variety also of dark colors in plaids and plain navy.' Copenhagen and cardinal with neat- stripes, ill inches 7.ric. Pictorial Review Patterns We have the cy for the above patterns fur Lcfhbvidge.'PvM-feet fitting and. ,exceptioiially wide variety of styles. Prices 10 and l-5c. All Wool Plaids and Lovely cloth for children's wear. Soiling at the old prices. Fine Serge Special Splendid quality niivy and black. 42 inch- es. Selling :it last year's price. Cloth Vury .serviceable ami clean .wearing. HO inches, dolors, navy, Copenhagen, bjjick, brawn and green. Gaberdine yd. A beautiful 50 inches Colors, green, plum, brown, black. Navy in ihe same sells at 'Fine Tussah Cloth. Black only. Guarantee.' colors, .-lli inches wide. Serviceable uiul clean wearing. Fine Cashmere Very scarce goods. Colors, navy, cardinal and black. -10 inches. NEW-COA11NG JUST TO blanket cloth, extra heavy. 32.75 yard. White plush, extra S'2.73 coating for children's, wear. inches. yard. Cream eiderdown for babies clonks, 56 inches. _ -j it.' t, i i .uuw in tuts iiusyiLai. uiati.iiu on Saturday, and those Triio dp not, aa anfl pro. know ail the facts should wait for :hese .statements.., motion on active service. keeping the passage clear of gaa. Eight- of the missing men were supposed to' go to work about three thousand feet and thoroughly equipped three teams distress. of five men each who are waiting for The cause of the call at any time to go into the mine iyuipment. These teams are to lie relayed by three other teams, one from the Michel station and the others from other mines, all of whom are drilled men in the use of the IJraeger apparatus and in mine rescue work generally. Every man who has a duty to per- form is doing it without the least hesi- tation or-reluctance, being more than anxious to do his. bit in the work that goes on with scarcely a show of ner- vousness or excitement. Every man haulage-way coming into contact with explosion can not [a ,body of low-lying gas, igniting it. ;esperately in earnest ami the work but BIOTS IN MILL STRIKE The Daily Mail quotes the Cologne i a7the" others. j Gazette of Aug. -I, as saying that food if these men did not reach their sey- restrictions iu Germany have brought eral destinations and were caught. Dy I a crowd of be definitely the general and spreading throughout the entire opinion is that it was a current oft workings as is indicated by the wido electricity following the rails of .the! spreading of the cavings. Is working at' desperate th Is no- the public woqlcl pay their share, the dozen persons -were shot, four of them remainder could raised by taiation being .seriously wounded, ou the general assessment just as Is done now to secure the annual hospital With WANT AN INCREASE grant.. That looks like the fairer.way. But the free hospital movement is ed around the new parliament build-] after the terrlflce hailstorm coming and a matter of. detail such as mBS Saturday sent a written demand swept that section recently, we have raised will net. stop it his "f'om the-win tlieir little'bit. to sustain the. face, as if to shield him from the school house Just across jwive3 and children whoso husbands _' heavy hail stones, Mr.. De Fencer, Miche! Creek and about afrfgfat ?h Jr t f Inf3 in aged G5. was found dead in the bushes from the direction of the, blast jrom but now the ever proaent out Jn- "7 the roadside, between .his home ntumel were badlv shattered. Some e the lM'ne'- Iias eaPe( Winnipeg, Aug. -.-Laborers employ- near Craigrayle and Hanna, the uay i the windows in the Michel hotel they are no more. summonsed wliich; It was e also shattered, while many.'of the rear of the Trites-Wood the J to Hon. T. H. Johnson, mlniater of thought by many that Mr. De Fencer! store, a little further south, Were RECRUITING FARMERS A POOR POLICY "TaKe anybody." That is the slogan of some recruiting agents. "We would rather not recruit farm-i crs and miners. They are of more use to the Empire here." The Herald has that remark from other recruit- Ing agents. Those of the first class are just as sincere :as those of the Beoond, hut their energies are misdirected owing to lack of> action on the part of those who should decide the large recruit- Ing policies in the Dominion. When filing, up a battalion a big husky far- mer is a mighty pleasihg. recruit to the recruiting who displays no ,hesitation In accepting bim. But such action is wrong.- We have out before that It is poor pol- icy. President Marnoch of the Board or Trade has lilted his voice against the '.practice. The Calgary Herald comes out in support, and now the Kd- moilton Journal takes a very fiat stand on the matter. It says: "A serious mistake would be made If the proposal to recruit a regiment a motif the United Fanners of Alberta put. No one doubts that the 'members of that body are thor- Atjgfily At nnp with the rest, of Canadian people in their desire to bring the war. to triumphant conciu- 'Already, according to Secretary Woodbrkfffe there are eighteen hundred of thMD wHh the colors, But it would the Interests of either the or of the cause to seek public works, saying that they want 30 cents an hour. They are now getting 25 waa a farmer and who was. driving home from Hanna. was killed by the blows ot the hailstones. j blown out by concussion The hoist houm ;uh stood'almost Experience PCONOMY is taught by experience. Once you try Ivory Soap for the bath and toilet, you will use nothing else. Thus Ivory Soap will save you money because you doubtless are paying more than 5 cents for the soap you now use. SCENTS IVORY SOAP (i PURE Procter It Gtmbte factoritt in JSfanffton, Cenolt j directly fronting the tunnel, was badly '.damaged, and part of the tin roofing on the lamp house was ripped off.1 The shed covering of the hoist has been re- newed and the hoist apparatus is about ready for operations again. I The fans are in good order and [working well. Manager Wilson has in? for mealsj, AH the fire bosses and i pit are on iluty and have been joined by fire bosses and officials from adjoining mines. Manager Drinnan, from Hillcrest, Manager McDonald 1 from Frank, Graham from Corbin, Cau- I field from Coal Creek, are all on the ground. Pitt Boss Whitesitie from number eight, across the creek, and Cunliffe of the mine where the disaster r took place, are also constantly on stopping only to get a few bites to "cat. No estimate can be made as to the time it take to reach any of entombed men, owing to the ficulties constantly cropiiig up-to'bar the way of the workers, but it is thought that an -all night effort, will scarcely accomplish the task the men have, before them. v At. this writing, a shift of twelve _ men, accompanied by Superintendent i Mr, Drinnan. McDonald, Gra-1 ham of .Corbin, and others are in the! mine having 'relieved. Cuiiliffe and j Whiteslde, who have lust come out I with a shift of twelve men who have done their bit and will return at eight tonight. I Charles O'Brien, who IB in charge of the'Ferric and Coal Creek rescue workers and has organized ing, .who were sworn in and then view- ed the body of Thomas Phillips and were then adjourned to nest MondayV morning, pending the result .of the' search of the remaining eleven men.. James Mercer, Perry Warr, Arthur Newton, D. F. Fleming, Thomas Jen-; kinaon, Dan Fowler are the jurors. The mines In the district .are. idle' today, owing .to .the fdisaster many fire bosses and other rescue men i being hers rendering 'all possible as- sistance to their comrades in their', you tmoked "Noblemtn" of All Sorts feel delightfully at case in s V. G. R. Under- Whether, you sloop, stand, walk or sit, it yields lo crery movement of the body KLOSED KROTCH UNDERWEAR WiiU or Witkrat Alk (or VI. Th WIUIo., C... Lid. What Oil-Is and Boys Think About Advertising1 number of Entries in the "Advertise and Smile" Competition will be published in this space. Interpretation ottlic word "Smilo." "Advertise-ana Smile" means: (jiUisracHon secured, madn. interesting T P.KS labour. Rconomy. Aged 13 years. MARJORIE SHERLOCK, J2BO .Mil 'Avenno S. City. In ic- ;