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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DGE JAIL? HERALD FlOW ENGLISH VVOMU1X fjeralb Xetbbrioac, Hlberta OAILY 'AND WEEKLY. Pilljr, delivered, pel' Dully, by mall, per jour....... liy mail, pet: TELEPHONES; BuslneBl Offlca CoKorml QIHce 14.00 1.00 1.00 JS24 be cut and stacked. Continued at tempts should -bo made to grow corn. A variety will be discovered that will iiiji'f Mils country. Dependence on wheat entirely Is foolish. Wo must havo mixed funning In order to have successful (arming, and it Is neces- sary we should raise sulilcient (odder crops each year- W. A. Buchanan John Managing Director Business Mfenafe OUR POINT OF VIEW YOUR KINO AND COUNTRY NEED YOU RIGHT NOW. Its warm all rig-tit, but the farmer and ice cream vendor say I: is the kind of weather needed to bring In the shekels. Now is tho time to swat the fly. Doctors tell us that September ty- phoid is the work or the flies in Aus- ust. Swat early ahd often. adians of ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The British are -beginning to move a little 1'aster in the Dardanelles, The unexpected landing of 60.000 troops at a new point In indicates that plans of vast importance are in process of development, and that the Allies realize the absolute necessity: of forcinr the Dardanelles at the earliest possible moment, to forestall I any move in that direction which the Teutons may be contemplating. The Germans are still menacing the retreat of the Russians from Warsaw, according to yesterday's and they are pushing their offensive to the utmost. The British are experiencing heavy on the western tront, ijcoia.o.u.t and have "gained 1200 yards of tren- light of day m this province. Bramp. ana Ont; is the native place of the which they. have been able to premjer Hpn T c Norrls_ who was Tha'born of Irish parentage, in ier to induce Londoners to re- aby Deslys oft'ere a kiss as a Evidently some young Can- are waiting for inducements Country and Democrncy and Freedom seemed to have failed to bring the response it should. MANITOBA'S NEW M.P.P.'s (Toronto, Out, Telegram) Many of the men elected to the Legis.'iature in Manitoba first saw the hold against counter Krenaii .have also successfully beaten off German attacks in the Argonne. FAITH JN THE FUTURE OF CANADA D. A.. Thomas, the purchasing agent 'of the British government, wio is now in Canada, has great faith in the future of this country. He says: "The development of Canada when the war is over should be stupendous. You have a great country with tremendous spaces, which 'will he available for tens of thousands who will seek homes land when peace comes." Canaiia boomed in Uie past. Its sladt. Both his parents were natives Of Germany.. He is a lumber -mer- chant and a Methodist, and has been in the Manitoba House, since 1S93. urban growth aroused all the vas all the talk and interest. We now find that we began at the wrong end. Rural development is needed. .We have great agricultural resources and -we are just -beginning to learn how vast they are. These must be de- veloped and we can look forward un- doubtedly to great advancement in this direction after the war. Here in Southern Alberta we have this year the test crop to be found in the west. Failures we have 'had in the past but the experience gaine'd from these fail- RICKED UP IN SSING ton THK "USV HAN Julia Marlowe, the actress, is per- manently retiring from the staRO. CaUarv will give native .AUsrrla asphalt i trial as paving material. George 10-voar-old son of Charles lizard, was 'drowned at Grcnlell, Sask. Lieut. C. S. .Craig, of has been awarded the Military Cross [or conspicuous bravery. I! W Brown; a 35-year-old tanner, liviiig near Milestone, Sask., was drowned. The Southern Pacific railway hai rcluseil to carry whiskey by rail in to Arizona. I'hiladelphia forty-cent hair cuts and twenty-live-ceut shaves it the barters agree. The marriage chapil of New York city building had 730 weddings in July at ton cents' each. Chicago mayor refused a pcimit fsr a moving flictiirc exhibition ol the Kastlaud disaster. Thomas Burgess, 78, farmer, DP. Ion 0., swallowed his lalse tcfth while couching and died. Over a quarter of a million dollars worth of iurs reached Edmonton thi week from the far north. Rov Baker, of Surtbury, Ont., has been 'en eased as teacher of mathema- tics in Medicine Hat high school. Mr Ferley, the new Literal for Man., is a native Kuthen- ian. Michigan has more grey horses now than ever, as the war has drawn nearly all the colored am- ___ _ _. 1S61. In .Manitoba he was a farmer mals. and auctioneer .before enterins; poli- Perth County Council in special sis- tics. Hon. Mr. Xorris is unmarried, sion at Stratford voted to purchase ind has' lived at Grisnold, Man., I eight machine guns for the Canadian since j troops. Knottier member nf the Cabinet Despite1 war prices there' arc tne who was horn in Ontario is Kon. Val- fewest- paupers now in England and entine Winkler, he hailing irom New- 1 Wales i Hon. A. B. Hudson was Pembroke, Ont., in 1875. iie was educated, at Portage la Prairie and Winnipeg, and is a King's Counsel. He first elected to the Legisla- ture in 1914. jairies Bryson Baird of Mountain is another "Ontario man. his birth- nlace being Appleton, Lanark county. He went west thirty years ago, and has resided at Pilot Mound ever since and' was its first mayor. George Allison Grierson, Minne- dosa, is a native of Brantford, Ont. He is now a financial agent, but spent 18 years-as a school teacher in Man- itoba. James Washington Breakey, Glen- wood, Is another Ontario man, having been bom in Port Hope. He is 2 financial agent, and a director of the Northwestern Life Insurance Co. He was first elected in 1S1-J. John Henry elected in lires willenable farmers to get crops Hamiota, was educated near St. in future years which they failed out. H obtain ill the past. We all know that agent, is implement undertaker and the soiris rich in its productiveness, j real estate agent, and was first el- The great need is the proper kind of elected in Arthur, farming. TIME IS FIGHTING WITH'THE ALLIES Five great powers allied gether, against Germany ourselves, France, 'Russia, Italy, and that grand forget (Cheers.) ' on our to waste, but time must be used as one OL the forces on the side of the Allies to concert, r.n-qrdinate, and combine ultimate offensive strength. (Cheers.'} In war the use of time is one of the most important and vital factors, but if we are to pursue our forty years, less than 16 per thousand. Hon. I. B. Lucas and Hon. F. G. McDiarmid, members of the Ontario government, are touring Western Can- ada at present. Corp. A. B. Christie, 1st Artillery Brigade, who was awarded the dis- tinguished order medal is from Strat- ford. R Patton, secretary of the Moose Jaw Board of Trade, has been offer- ed and accepted, a commission with the third contingent- 4 demonstration is likely to be arranged in honor of Sir Robert Bor- dea on his return from his visit to the Old Country. Alexander St. Louis, one of the most prominent public men of Essex, county, and a prosperous farmer, died in Sandwich East, aged. 66 years. There is nothing like a "Tea test at your own table to sterling worth 1 1.8 TEA "Always and Easily the Best" BLACK. GREEN, or MIXED. Sealed Airtight Only Deals Amaze the Judge l .Sclfridgfl claimed the animal was fourteen years old and sprung In tin knees Morse-said lie was only a lit- tle over at 'the knees. Uo sold him because he wanted him to die on lira battlelicld rather than end his days hitched up to some fish wagon. Ho Kontville, N. S., Aug. HI. 1U- waa (125 for the horse. mount department agent, Me- The witnesses -all testified that they, vetcriimrics assisting were paid In-cash, in many cases af- h'im iTnctors Wood awl Chipman, an- ter banking hours. John Thompson, Dear to lave ha a partiality tor old j K.C., crown counsel, endeavored to ESW zjm ib 5 Sir rfe fer "Ud-T; om 0. 0. Lyons, a McXiill meat money. ilt, whoso home is, nl NEWS hdiguant as u tiss after witness I. arrived to spend several weeks at hu il -md defective ranch. chairman sc-I The contract -has-been lei, lor the n.' rin two of the farm- completion of the Assembly hall, ana suU arc ga; ,avvsoll Wator" nonnced by SB ho-l sery lawn for the new minister and ,U1 by T. Archie .Beck-I lives m Upper picture shows Viscountess Supplin seated at her desk "enlisting" volunteer workers for manufacturing war munitions after the monster parade in London in which women participated. Tho.lower picture shows a'group of ladies near Vickers' works just hefore the beginning of their eight-hour day shift twenty years old and flaliooted. He gave liis'agc as, 12 years. Ho received, for it. j Reuben T. Morse, ol Berwick, took exception to Sit fridge's comments on a one-time race horse sold by Morse. Preliminar this iminary W1 lolitii in ti work will be started Lhe construction of the years. Una luuuiu first of a chain of wireless stations along the proposed steamer route through Hudson Bay. Elizabeth Garrity, H, of Pater- son N. J., drowned herself after be- in" reprimanded by her mother tor having anything with boys at her age. The colored murderer, Sam Haynes, Jobn Williams, electea in Annur, .electrocuted after Becker. _-.vas the is a Welshman, hailing from Yscei-1 rirst executed inmate of Sing oms fiog, Flintshire. Ho is a farmer, and j to go to a pauper s. grave in fittcen was first elected in 1907, being de- feated in 1S03 and 1910. George Hnntley Malcolm, elected in Birtle, was born in India, the son of. Col. George Malcolm, 'iate of the Borrer Regiment. He came to Ca- nada in 1SS2 Ewan Alexander JlcPherson of Portage la'Prairie, was born in Worth county, Missouri, of Scotch parent- age. He came to Canada in 1879, and was.: educated at Portage la. Prairis. Hon. Dr.. R. S. Thornton was born in-" Edinburgh In 1863, and came to Canada 21 years later He is presi- dent of the Medical Council of. Can- "owine to the competition of the jitneys "the Hamilton Street Railway receipts show a falling off tor the quarter ending July 31 of over lactors, out n are LU ymaue uu. dent or tne -ueoicni oblectiv'e resolutely, and unswenmg- lada, and prominent in Masonic circles i W iT-inofrftTlw Tvnp be daunted by the success not being" I saypatience, fortitude, loyalty, ihoporalness, com radeship must all be forthcoming in unstinted abundance. Let discord die, concentrate every scrap of strength and life of every man and woman upon the purpose and dbject which stanas so clearly before of increasing, expanding, equipping and maintaining our large and growing armies in their task until Belgium is liberated and Prussia is beaten to her Hon. Winston Churchill. Hon.'Dr. James W. Armstrong was orn at Kingston, N S, and entered he Manitoba Legislature in 1897, nd has been re-elected at all the nbsequent elections. Hon Thomas Herman: Johnson was -horn In Iceland in 1S70, going to lanitoba with his parents -when he was eight .years of age. M.U3T RAISE FODDER' CROPS Manitoba has thirty thousand acres ta .fodder corn this year, and there are many authorities who .it 60ETHALS LEAVES CANAL New York, N.Y., Aug. date of General' Goefnais' resignation as governor of, the Panama Canal zone us been des'gnatei as rj formal resignation, sent to Washington, according to an an- louncement made by him upon his arrival here today from Cristobal. General Goethils is surrendering his he believes his work at Panama is done, and the canal is a successful corn Alberta and Sas will soon become growing province, katchowan also have a considerable acreage in corn. The possibilities of these western provinces are fceing realized slowly. It had toeen thought these western prairies were not suited for corn raising, but elperi- menia are going to prove differently. Fodder crops are a necessity for suc- cessful stock raising on the small farms and if we can raise corn suc- cessfully the solution will be well in hand.. Experience in raising winter rye has been so satisfactory that there should be a much .larger'acreage in .crop this than ever 'before. Win- ter rye makes a good hay and the threshed grain is a splendid feed Last year the farmers were .-without feed and they, should prepare for the future by having hay and feed pat by in case there is another dry year. This is necessary in order to main- tain the position gained in mixed terming. There any amount bar tblt year and It ihouM operating satisfactorily He spent seven years in Panama. Official rainfall statistics show that the first quarter of the year 1015 was the wettest -winter England has ex- perienced in a hundred years. The quantity of rain which fell reached a total of 13.86 inches. Tbos. H. Cannon, of Chicago, was elected high chief ranger of the Cath- olic Order of Foresters for three vears Among those elected as trus- tees were Dr. J. U. Lalonde, of Que- bec, and Michael F. Morgan, of Tor- New South Wales has contributed more than to war chari- ties since the beginning of, hostilities. The proceeds-Srom "Australia Day will probably add another million' and a .quarter to the total' of. the first year of the war. Hawley McFallane of Hoblm, Ont., 16 years old, met a terrible death. Ho was employed. in Wood's cheeso ic-x factory, and. getting too close ;a the shafting, was hurled upon an electric saw and literally cut- -to pieces before the swiftly revolving sheet of steel could be stopped. Ex-Mayor Charles M..R. Graham, of London, Ont., met with a serious accident while motoring alone to his FIRST ITALIAN REGIMENT TO CROSS THE ISONZO RIVER The Popular Scotch Line 1 Montreal 'to' Glasgow TS.S. Athenia' .'..Aug. 28 T.S.S. 'Cassandra .'....Sept. 4 cabin passengers only. Cabin, 3rd Class, PREPAID" TICKETS from issued at lowest. rates. Full; information from any Hallway or Steamship Agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, 349 Main Street Phone M 5312 Winnipeg. The Slst Regiment arm, occupyine a pos.tion miles from their first .me beyond the -They were 'the first regiment to cross the river. Service MISSANABIE (New) ..Sept. ,bi. METAGAMA ..Sept. MISSANABIE (New) METAGAMA (New) ..Oct. Jfc; MISSANABIE (New) ..Nov. METAGAMA (New) -N.ov. For full particulars apply to an Railway or Steamship Agent W. C. CASEY; General Agin' 210 Portage Ave. WjnnljH has If you teel a pang at heart at tho miserv and suffering of the humm todav if jou as a human being feel culpable of complicity m the great holacaust ot destruction you accident wnne motoring aione to nis can ease your smart, of conscience, by cottage at Port Stanley. Near gt. aBglstng the work of the Hed Cross Thomas' his car skidded and plunged j The canlinal Hed Cross idea 1 uni into a creek. Graham was thrown I yersal chant) and sympathy, which .___ I principles of ciiriizatlon rmnKInd will con nough he will no longer be connect; ed-with the canal zone's affairs as governor, should his resignation be accepted, he said today that he would retain'his commission in the army.. THE RED CROSS IDEA In the genarous economy of nature every poisonous or e thing has somewhere its remedy The ano- dyne and antidote of war is the Red iist color over the windshield into the water, where he lay uiTconspious from mid- night until o'clock in the morning. Word has been received in Cran- brook Irom the coast to the effect that Alex. D. Hotchkiss, who was offered the position'of high school is unable to accept the po- has wired to that effect. Rich. H. Ashmore, the second choice of the board, has accepted the pbsi- tion. Herman Ridde.r, editor and princi- pal owner of the N'ew York Staats Zeitung, has filed a suit for damages for libel against, the Star company, publishers of the New York American. Mr. Riddcr takes exception to a page article of May 30, which the German-American editor says cast doubt on the sincerity of his advocacy of the German cause and vhifc opposition to the exporta- tion-of munitions from the United States to the allies. In spite of tinue to exist as a great human bro therhood hv of the binding of the Red Cross idea. A world without the Red Cross would be un thinkable The Rod Cross is indeed a ligature and bandage which binds ogether all human society The a m of the Red Cross Is to as A, CARCHY CRUSHED TO DEATH Winnipeg, Man., Aug. Carchy, aged 30 years, while walking nt the side of a dirt steam engine on the NlvunrlUe road, about five miles east of caught under, the shears of t set of plows attached to the engine and crushed to death, thU morning. misery, regardless of creed, or race. If you -believe' in uni versal charity, you are at least a passive member of the Red Cross so- ciety. In fact, all men are. by con- viction, members of the Red Cross The great need of today is that all these pa-sue members should become active; that the Red Cross Idea la tent in every man's heart should ger- minate and blossom in good works. You believe in the Red Cross. Have j'bn as yet done anything to assist it? If not, you should not delay any longer to make your .contribution. HEED THE CALL1- Then outspake or-vie Horatius, The captain ot the 'To every man upon this earth- corneth soon or late; And how can man die bettor Than facing fearful odds For ihe ashes of his fathers And the altars of his THE CANADIAN BAN OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O..LL.D.. D.C.L., ALEXANDER 1-A1RO. General Manager JOHN AIHn, General V. C. BROWN, of Central Wwtern BranchM CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of (1 and upwards Careful attention is given to every account. Small account! welcomed Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in the names df two or more person, with- irawali to bm made by any one of them or by the survivor. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Bryniner, Mgr. Lethbridge Men Can Insure Printed Matter Not against fire, but against MISFIRE. The insurance is yours always without cost when your printing is done by the Lethbridge Herald Job Dept. FRED T. ROBINS, Supt. PHONE 1252 ;