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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAH.Y HER ALP FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 191S_ letbbriboe Uevalb OAIUY AriD WEEKLY, SUBSCRIPTION Otttr, deilverea, par year Dtlljr, by mall, per ysar by mail, per TELEPHONES. Business Office Editorial M-Jjj 125! 1221 W. A. Buchanan John Uanutaf Director BiulnaM Mwiagel HOUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The Germans have once more de- monstrated the horror of their sub- marine warfare, by torrrfoM and sinking without warning another At- luntic Ii YOUR KING AND COUNTRY NEED YOU RIGHT NOW. of Al- berta undertake tlie time, of to brinp about Woman mcnt I to Its policy on this matter. We are Inclined to think that tin government may (rape wilhmU nny referi-mlum ncmi; taken. Since women in England aro j mnfcin' munitions of war and are otherwise their country, pro vinces with progressive tendencies like Alberta might as well hand tin- ballot over to (lie women now as wait I for a referendum which would un questionably sraut the women's dc mands, In Thousands of Homes nnd certain relief is found for the ailments to which oil aro subject-ailments duo to defective or irregular action of the stomach, liver kidneys or bowcls-In tha most famous family remedy, the world has over known. with innocent souls on The sinking oi the Arabic yes- are justly famous because they hava proved to be so reliable as correctives or preventives of the sufferinp, dull feelings and dangerdue to indigestion or biliousness. If you will try them to cleanse your system, purify your Wood tone your stomach, Btinffllata course o, your liver and regu.ato Franklin H. Simniondf. of the -ay jisris of the th was t been altofefner with fiermany another disaster nm he on to remind his country- regulate mow why so many PilU to Insure Health ,nen that at the end of the first year I of the- Civil War. the South was in to be charsed up against the inhuman sS-Jv; J tn nf nP.ICI Sold e ma statement has yet been made as to low many o! the neutrals. a man thought of peace at that stage, to The strange part about the tragedy it that the fcoat was leaving the old and not on her way there. reason there could have been for its destruction is a mystery. In the Russian campaign, the Ger- able to place a con- besiege Brest- railway cenre. ll hold- ing the invaders on the left Dank of the Niemen, which means that only the outer forts of the town of Kovno are in the hands of the Germans. The Allies are pursuing their Dar- danelles campaign with increasing New British troops have been passengers were and it is not surprising, therefore. that talk of terms Is at the present mans have been Eiderable force LitovsS, Russia's important centre. The Russians are s vigor. ha: landed at Gallipoli, and there been some heavy fighting. On the western front, attacks led by the Crown Prince of Germany have 'been repulsed by the French. A British cruiser and destroyer .were sunk by Germans off the coast of Jutland. moment never heard in Allied t Real organization genius is .behind the local Guard. Us machin- ery will run smoothly because it is j beine well put together. The organ- ization its interest in the out- lyin- territory .by arranging to loot- after any meddling with the farmers' grain by the enemy, and should an alarm be sent in from any of the farmers in- the tethbridge district, the response from the Home Guard is bound to De prompt and systematic. From what .we have heard of the plans of the Home Guard and the sys- tematic treatment of all the matters it has so far taken in hand, we think SICKED UP IN ASSINGd FOR THE BUSY MAN .las H Matthews, formerly of Erancion and Hartney, .Man., died at Covina. Cal. Ivin- territory ,by arranging to look i Red Deer. AHa.. is promised a trail .___ ___ !Eeryice on ihe C.N.R. in the spring ot 1916. 4 recount in "A" seat North V inm- peg reduced the majority ot Lowers', Liberal, from 250 to 195. The Moose Jaw Plasterers' Union of twelve has sent six men. inrtudin- the president, to the iront CREAMERY BUSINESS RAPIDLY EXPANDING The growth of the creamery husi ness in Southern Alberta is mosl gratifying. In Lethbridge our cream eriM secure contributions from farm ere in many sections along the rail- road lines, and dairy farming is de velopinz as the farmer's success comes known to Ills neighbor. Ray mond has just started a cream col- lecting depot and the farmers are in- teresting themselves in its welfare wholeheartedly. Magrath's creamery reports expansion as the following figures show: January, S25-. pounds; February, 1152 pounds; March, 1192 pounds; April, 1165 pounds; May 2980 pounds; June, 6726 pounds; Jills 776B pounds. Last year the outpul ior two representative months, Ma! and June, -was 2223 and 3614 pounds reipectively. The monthly pay ro" now averages about 51600. CardEton has had a creamery for a number ot years and it is one of the operated and most successful in the country. We understand that las month it paid out over 59000 to the farmers In that distrietra-it aeing to find our farmers departini Worn the old idea that grain growini -was all that was necessary to succeei upon the farm. Severe experience ha taught them differently and they find that a herd of cows is a profi aible investment. Miied farming i proving its iworth as the years go b. Instead ot demanding more elevato accommodation, our farmers may soo clamoring for a creamery at eve market point. is Quite safe to say that the Leth- ridge organization will be one of the ost effective in the Dominion. The Lethbridge Board of Trade is etting some enviable publicity these ays. Only recently we quoted press ftntd or the suggestions of Pre- KEEL'S CLEAN-SWEEP AND ALTERATION SALE I SALE! For ONE WEEK ONLY Commencing Tomorrow, Aug. 21st, Ending Saturday, Aug. 28th The whole Stock has to be Cleared Out to make way for the building of a new Store Front and renovating the interior of the Store. This an- oppor- tunity seldom equalled to supply your present and future reqmrernents at the most'striking Bargain Price, Note-Sale Lasts Only One Week. i t in the war. YV. A. Aldritt, prisoner of war in Germany, recommended for the Vic- toria Cross, was once physical direct- or of Revelstoke Y.M.C.A. The year-and-a-half-old daughter of David Webster, a farmer of the vil-1 lage of Appin, Ont.. was killed by an infuriated bull on her father's firm. Friends of Wilhjamur Stefansson, who has now been missing sixteen months, still have hones that the fa- o re- monuib, SLUI nuu-" Marnochonerning amend- mous explorer may even yet be re, ,ents to the homestead regulations, nd now we find ihe Toronto News ublishing a leading editorial on the oard of Trade's conference with the interests concerning the armors' financial obligations. The srews says: The West is the home of advanced of them good. The Letti- ridge Board of Trade lias found a ew way of advancing the cit> s in- erests It does so by looking alter hefarmers' interests. Agriculturists Torn the surrounding country are ad- nitted to membership at a dollar a lead, and a great number have_joined, Board of Trade has placea drink- ne tibughs for the farmers' norses at the main street intersections. It has waited on the hotel-keepers and ivervmen and secured accnmmofla- ion "at reduced rales for agncultur- sts and their teams. Recently the Board called a meet- ng of merchants, implement dealers and farmers to discuss the nest means of liquidating the debts car- ried over from last year's drought The end in view T.-as.such a wise use of the revenue from this year's abun- dant harvest .as, will conduce most effectively to the advantage: of all concerned, farmers and business men, debtors and 'creditors, alike. It was unanimously? decided that the wise course would be, not to dispose of all the grain at once, .but to store it mll, and feed it'p.ut to buyers as market, year conditions may suggest. _ -rii .Assistant Fire Chief Thompson of Vancouver says the city will get a shock if a big fire breaks out; there are not enough men to handle the ap-, paratus. Dr. Michael Clark's son is one oi, the few survivors of the original Princess Patricias. Major-General Huches met the son of the Bed Deer M.P. in France the. other day, and re- commended him for a commission. Lawrence Murphy, South African veteran, was killed, and Louis Kena- tur a Serbian, was burned and stunned, when lightning struck the Canadian Northern grading camp east of De WintOD, Tuesday night. Licut.-Col. .7. G.' Ross, acting O.C. of the 5th Royal Highlanders of Ca- nada, Montreal, accented an inv1-- tion from Brlg.-Gon. John Carson join him on his staff at London, look ing after the Canadian troops going- to the front and returning. Information reached .Washington, DC., that.Captain H. EL Owen, British Royal Engineers, son-in-law or. V, m. Jennings Bryan, had been "mention- ed In orders" by Sir Ian hamilton, British commander at the Darna- nelles, tor distinguished bravery. Mrs E G. McKenzie, sister' of the late Sir George Ross, a former prem- late r eor ier of Ontario and Liberal -leader in the senate, died at the home of her stepson, Hugh P. McKenzie, East Williams township, Ont., m her