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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUn THE LE1HBKIDGE DAILY HEKAUi FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1916. Blbma DAIL.Y AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: delivered. TOT week lOc i Daily, delivered, per year -Daily, by mail, per year by mail, per year 51.03 Buslnsss Office 1252 Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance .MltnaKing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry or subscriptions ap- pear daily on addruss label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration data is our authority to continue iho sub- scription. posos to force the young men In sacri- fice .overythlnK they have horc and liprliBps tueir Hve.% do Us mecti: bWs propose that 'their own class shall do? Wlieu comimlsioii was first proposed in Great Britain there was an immec'.mte and very just retort from the labor men; "It compulsion of THOU, why not compulsion of property? The. British government has met that retort by unprecedented additions to the income and other taxo? and the labor men luivc made good on their nii'iO. The demand for general service from the young men should be- UiC- imposition of an in- come tax of from ten to 25 per cent, of all income and profits, and not merely excess profits of companies. If every man or woman whose income :ceeds n year was required to nay one-nuarl otit to the war funds others upon corresponding scale) he would stilt be living in comfort anil out of danger and his sacrifice would be nothing compared to that of the niftn who gives up his place to risk his life. But of one thing I am sure, when those of us who cannot go are con- tributing on that scale there will be no lack of recruits among our young men." Vour King and Country need you right now! ,THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The rapid sweep of the Italians to :-Tvards Trieste is further indicated b; the announcement of the capture o further positions beyond Gorizia, and en the plateau of Carso. The Italians nre fighting with the utmost IhiiEiasm inspired'by recent victories The Teuton armies on the Russian front have been completely demoral Ir.ed by the sudden success of the Rua sian drive, and the knowledge just gained of allied victories on other fronts. in Greece the allies are sending strong forces against Bulgarian suc- cesses, and heavy fighting is in pro- gress. The allies made further substantial on the western front yesrteday, f capturing German defences along wide fronts. ;THE NEW REGISTRATION SCHEME FOR RECRUITING An indication of the methods to be r.tised by the Dominion government in the of recruiting has been carefully thought out, and fili the bill very well. The plan is modelled very much after the fam- ous Derby plan-employed so success- fully in Britain though with less indi- cation of compulsion in its make-ujjj; It is, of course, understood that the plan will apply to -the -whole oE Can- ada, Quebec as well as the other pro- -Tincea for only by making it rominion- will it fulfill the purpose for which it is_Intanded. All Canada-jin be" trpaiecf alike In this matter vrest, wliich has given such a large percentage of its population should not be unduly drained while Quebec and othfer parts of the east-are allowed to make themselves prosperous by re- taining more than their fair 'share of -mem at peaceful pursuits. Alberta has arms about men more than its qiidfa of the 500.000 promised. Registration should result in all other provinces making as good a showing j with little'delay. -i REGISTRATION, AND CONSCRIPTION OF WEALTH Calgary newspapers talked us to death about their big wool sale. The LethbrJdgo district sent out GO car- loads. P 1A AlCKEDURIN SSINGCHZI FOR THE EUSY.. MAN Miss Ellen Terry is the Istesl stage star to appear before the moving pic- Tlio sum of was raised by tlit! women's Canadian of Ot- tiuva last year. Branttord rev standard time Alberta needs 10.000 laborers for the harvest, sr.ys the provincial gov- ernment. That's a lot. but the lure of Alberta is getting them. in conformation to the general opin- ion that the daylight saving plan was a failure. The Regina city council has auth- orised the donation of one thousand dollars to the sufferers in the recent Ontario fires. Major Kenneth Perry, son of Com- missioner Perry of the R.N.W..MP-., has been awarded the, D.S.O.. for con- spicuous work on the battlefield and now on his way home. A lunatic named Callaghan ar- rested at Windsor Castle for attempt- ing to force his way to the King to press a claim as the original inven- tor of the submarine. The wife and baby of James Misk- iman. a farmer iiviug .abmit seven miles southwest of Hroadvieiv.'Sask.. are dead, from the effects of poison- Germans in .the front line trenches caused by yas later reported to be satisfactory. RECORDS Let the kiddies hnve their own their parties, In the nursery, before the bedtime hour. Nothinp 10 livens their imagination or gives more enjoyment to their Hamea than the songs and rhymes recorded expressly For Eittle Folks Here are a few of man; such selections on the Victor list FIVE TEN-INCH. DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS-90c. FOR THE TWO SELECTIONS: llumriy Dump IT (21 To Market (3) Crooked Mm iJi Tomni (5! Mothe Elttabcth Wheeler Sing jScncol Sixpence l.ove Pussy Oi Georeie l Lanterns t. Whetlti- Bring the chijdren to hear them at any "His Master's Voice" dealers. Berliner Gram-q-phone timited Lenoir St. Montreal Dealer in Every Town 'and Cil'y Viflor Records Made in Canada ONE FRIGE FROM COAST TO COAST i; MASON RJSCH, The Home of the Victrola Balmoral Block 5th Street South terfeit Banfc.of'MjohtraaV ported in circulation iii-> bills, re- Montreal. They are a poor imitation oi the real iiing, the ciicular heiae on a ow grade .of -paper. coun- ter signed There is no such signing offiter in em- ploy of the'tahfcC; The small hoy, rapidly one of the most prized labor" aagets in talv, according to a recent report of the labor. -.There is a small boy famine in all business of- ices, and the wage's-.of ".the. tnehe to fifteen mcreaK- ed from board.''and add two his ability to do suchjor three dollars a month to fifteen to L tftentj dollars The Women s olunteer Reserve corps, in command of Ellen as required him, "will not ebar any man from having "is s'or- -icea accepted. or any morbid condi- lid JA.V'squint" ion of the eyes or of.the lid of Douglas, stmck camp at Glmll, Man., to the risk of speidmg two ot Apical gravation" or'recurrence will cause mihtarv life So succeesful was the he rejection of any candidate but a camn iny man whose vision may bo proportions is nredicled for next year. striking liberality to1 all war But is it not'triie that .the rabst irought up to-normal in. both' eyes )y the .aid of glasses, will be accept- ed provided free at the expense of the government. in Capada along the public works and at the'internment'camps. This will permit many of these to be released for ovarseas service. In addition if any of these men finally became physically fit they will be permitted to go overseas. Your "Get-Away" Power in Summer is low. Summer brings mental and physical lassitude. The Spirit is' languid, the' liver is j w r lazy. Nature is trying to 'e'p unload the toxins that come from heavy foods and lack of "outdoor exercise. Help restore nptural vigor and vim. Get an eight- cylinder stamina by e'ating Shredded Wheat Biscuit with fresh fruits and green; Vegetables. Cut out meat and these nourishing little of baked whole wheat and.be cool, contented and happy, with' milk or cream; for luncheon with berries or other fruits, in Canada At the break ur, of camp given lo those showing the greatest proficiency in various branchesSof the ,-ork. Mrs. Frances St. Daureht. ot Peace'' IHver, passed away In Irene Cottage hospital, as a result of frightful burns received when a kerosene- with, nhich lighting tlip ititchen Ore exploded In her Her face, hands and almost the entire' bo'rly was fearfullv burned Her sirraim Isrought her husband neighbors :to the rescue and she in Wan-i kets and rushed to the hospital but j with no avail. For the first jears the alien labor clause lias b6eu bj the immigration authorities in'tlje case of i the thirtj Canadian nurses engaged i York health dfcpapi uuit i light the epidemic of infantile j ilaralj-is who viere held up recently at the border William VcAdoo, secretarv of the treasury nc- tihPd Heillh Commissioner 1 merson that the liuieau ot immigration had given instructions' to permit the en- trance of -the nurses BUYING ZINC FROM-AUSTRALIA London Aug. le "-Great Britain has concluded anv agteement to purchase from ;tbhs 'if iinc concentrates T'abiics in neat mixtures and color- ings of grays, ovloid, navy and biown, patteiaa model of good Suits, anj up Hats as well up m the Tiat business as aie in the clewing We sell tlie hats made bj the most noted makeis Hqts, up Choice Shirts There are 'mam new aufvals in our shirt We the finest lot oi'. shirts we luiAccTei spj-eadoni- The man styles can now icAel m the ol cTioire patterns Shirts, and up Neckwear "From odnc turn of the best makeis linvpselecf- ecl the c-lioicest shapes and pi ltd us >l silks c could theiiovyest shapes. 25c, 50c, 75c a Men's Shoes You will talu no iivk if on make this j oiu shoe store fof we sell no shoos" we cannot lull} Shoes at and up Men's Hosiery We know of no better hosiery 'Man the soit sell. Cotton licle. silk in populai Oir hosu i v is U.'cc to enable any juan lo pick out jnb< hat lu Sox at Ifa 75c Working Gloves Our workiii" gloves ai'c Cor c-i en use and of the A cry jstocji to answer te _i' ihuv aie 75c, anj 5th St., South L. KEEL ;