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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LEinRHinCIE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, AUGUST in Ueralb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Caily, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, per year D-ily, by mail, per year .Weekly, by mail, per year lOc .J3.09 .ji.OO a slmro IK tho guidance of the ma- elihiQ they feel to be theirs us well ns ours. The utturiincos haviv been rlnar. Sir Robert Uordcit uml Mr. Huglieg IIBYC i'pu'Keu with (he utmost frankness, ami the view of New Zea- land is known to be the same us theirs. It is rntucir different in South Afriou. for obvious reasons; but does anyone imagine thzu Genera! Bntlm and tho Union government will not expect to have a very important, and. indeed, it predominant, voice in deciding what shall be the future of Sou Hi-West their prowess conquer-; TELEPHONES Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Mauager 125" 1224 Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- l.eir daily on address label- Accept- ance of papers after expiration claio is our authority to continue the sub- scription. P IA A1CKED UP IN SSINGCHZI FOR. THE Several thousand Black Knlghtu n Ireland from many parts of Ontario celebrated Dcrry Day ut Simtiu Aug- ust .12th The. lldll. Wnllor 11- .Mltclioll. lirov- inc'hil trcusureisa" toumx-s lhat. the. or- dinary receipts of thv province or for r.Iiu llsr.tl your omit'U 11I1C. nuiaiiuti'il lo mul Hun Iho ordinary oxlraonlln- ury paymwits fw iiiiiotmloil to so that the surlillis of ordtm'.ry revenue over or- dl.Kir.v mul exlnu'nliiuiry expenditure tor Die llscnl year (Milled Sdth June. ISUti. is SL'll.S'.H.O'.'. The srhrtne. adopted by the Boy Scouts of Ontario to work in the berry Holds is about to followetl-by iUs Boy Scouts of !n tho wheat lields. A. H. Hall, commits- sfoner of the Boy fronts has issued an fuvitntlou to scout nmstors to urge Your King and need you The of Channel there must he. and profound i ''ornifter change. This has had almost "arae effects upon all the domiti-1 lhe-v wouW wl" Ior B" ions. Let anyone attempt to compute, arms. for pxanipie. the effect upon the prov-1 j hoys more than 11 vears of use. to oh- nee of Alberta owing lo its being sad- i Richard Hamilton, familiarly Known ,Illn employment on (arms tor the rtenly drained of its young able-uoilicd i as Hamilton, veteran ,lext montlis. ami thus nid nintEr- J! It is no "nan for many yours press harvcstlilB of the crop. statesmen gayiasent for the Harnuni and Dailoy cir- tliat they can no longer leave to Loii- cus' "ieii Baltimore. A ,u saskatoon has in- don the absolute, control of Imperial' laupnnited a Wheeler fund ,ollcy which may plunge them at i which will help 'ilic Rosthern wheat king whose crop was destroyed by Iiaii, to nmke u nt'sli start with tne [few Immlfiils of the miuiy nineties and strains of ccroals, clovers and il [far as lie has boi-n oxpiM'imentnn, ndefatigahly a ml snccessl for tnauv venrs. ift, :IP well as irtnu many die States, are present at 1 district reunion at Erie moment into war, "Call us to your j said Sir Wilfrid Laurter in aj we 11-remembered phrase a few years ago, and that phrase is being repeated in a hundred different ways through-! out the Empire today. There are. in- i _, no dear-cut ideas as to the solu-j (ion which is desired. But lhat is notjliam t! remarkable, because it is perfectly J plain that the intensity of the feeling an varies considerably in different parts] a- Xo seiiFible person in Port Arthur mvo auplta for lu-ens- OB for stumlard hotels umlcr pro Ion. which soes into eucct boptem. ber ems of the Latter Day _ ithurch from all ctiris of THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Dully operations on all allied fronts of the empire arc resulting in :lie pnulunl extension j would cxpuct tbo voice of South Af-! (he battle front towards the enemy I r'cn> or even tiie voice of Canada. the United S <-ouritry. On.the British and French fronts in France, where- a few hun- dred yards couni for more than miles j be as unanimous as that of New Koa- la nd or Australia. They are not i-u homogeneous in race, and there are distinct shades of Imperialism in the ilreiU liritaln and prutuctfou of in- Iset't-destroyiEi; IH: sdts of mining bcciin is starting in Camuliau boundary, was suited it and .Manitoba. A number atuttl ilepartineiit hy rich cohl strikes have been made in lousing and Spun-, Hi c knuu-n as ilie Kice Lake is rict. about 100 miles north of Winui-j kinds of bird life Its mhinmstrutiou will be left to local au- __ thurities. Ho far as it is kiunvn this Pte. Kain. an American who enlist- Ol" tlte kind eVL'r df on any other front, very suMan-j dominions as at home." fin! progress has been made, each day! Canadians should acquaint them- new advances being recorded. Tliejse'ves now problem, so JJrltteh have pushed forward their lines intelligently when imirdeMast Xew j Tho Irish-Canadian Rangers, an over irom Tliiepval east to their junction jtne t'imtl conies that Canada is given j George Perantes. restaurant keeper, is set's battalion has become pro- wiih the French, and the French have i a greater roice in the affairs of the; sa'd lu have received leave to go to i minently known during recruiiinj; and continued advances on the Sornnie, while also making gains at Verdun. The Russian official statement re- cords [he most important advances on whole Empire. Jack Frost is altogether too imper- has drawn men from all parts of Canada, i? to be known hereafter as 'The Duchess of Oonmuight's Own Stokhod river, in Galicia. where Southern Alberta Mio enemy's lines have been broken jtimc Jet- once more. Fighting is also going on io the Caucasus. tbe front. Capt. Clarence Longheed. of the I Army Service Corps, has, according to Addressing himself to Lieut. Col. Unent. Old Sol, however, will hold ,a dispatch from London, been promo-1 Trine j-. and tbe oflicers of the trenches for some ted to the rank of major. Major Lough- j rangers at tbe conclusion of inspection eed is the son of.Sir .fumes Lougheed. at Vale-artier, his royal highness stat- and he left Calgary some months ago _jfor the old country. Wuen five months' lambs bring ?7J The Italians report progress on the eoch DnQ can be excused for religiously j A bill for damages totalling plateau and the allies report' tne mutton dishes on the i has been forwarded to Col. Shannon repulse of the Greek j of tare. ________ front. Fighting has been resumed in I Windsor and Nortl. Esse.x ARriculture Tho dearth of news from the front society by soldiers during occupation these days is jnst the lull before the: of tho quarters last fall, storm in the shape of further big; I A Canadian who is doing very val- uable work for Britain is Dr. R. Boyle, professqr of physics in the Uni- If tho C. P. R. succeeds in settling! versify of Alberta. He is in the labor- Or ALL THINGS? "Why not a wheat palace as the' print-ipal advertising feature at the' ihe shape of further allied advances. fall carnival or festival tin's its Coakiale lands this year. of Sir Ernest Hiithcrford, Jlan- nsks the Canary News-Telegram Trill have a marked effect on Leth-! "hosier, who is attached to the admi- Sure thing; And why not a coal! bridge. The Coaldale district is one of jralty Eedtion tho inventions board, palace, and an oil palace and maybe! the Hon. G. Howard -Ferguson announe- too. a gas palace? Particularly a gas Jed at Toronto that it was tho intention palace. j Just wait until cutting becomes gen-j of the government, to create in con- For isn't Calgary the dead centre I era! in the south and the crowds of i nection with the University of Toron pulsing heart of Alberta's wheat, and coal, and oil, and. yes, gas at "least'BT- bushehTof Alberta's" big 1915 wheat crop, while Lethbridge handled Doesn't Calgary pipe gas 1S5 miles from Bow Island? And aren't there coal mines'north of her at Drumheller and Edmonton, idle men on the streets will meltl !0 a bureau for experiraent- ern_Alberta has over acres in i, crop this year, and 4000 men will bej needed to do the shocking alone. mg such as nrodneed the new svstem refining-nickel. ed that he was pleased to announce tliat the duchess had consented to tile change iu the name or the battalion to The French wine output of is estimated by the Monitenr Viticole as gallons, or double that of W15. and callous more than iu 1913. French. German and Ruthenian languages have beeu entirely elimiiK atetl from the curriculum of the pub- lie schools from Grade 1 to S by the program of studies just issued by the educational advisory hoard of the pro- vince of Manitoba. CO many homes lack proper heating that it is often thought houses must either be cold in winter or hot and stuftij. Yet the heating of a home can be like the natural warmth of air as warm, as healthfully humid, as fresh and pure. The Sunshine Furnace radiates the health- ful heat of the sun. Pure air is sent evenly over the house, warm, clean. The dust and fine ashes, so often seen whenever most furnaces are shaken down, never get out of the Sunshine Furnace. TURKS CLAIM ADVANCE Constantinople, via London, Aug. 13. advance of 25 miles by the Turkish right wing in Southern Armenia is announced in tho'official statement issued, by .Turkish army The Sunshine does not cost you more than many furnaces that arc not as good. Our Heating Engineer will tell you what a thorough heating nyatem for your home will cost. More than that, he will tell you, without charge or obligation, how to plan your heating system so as to get the most out of it with the least expenditure. If you send the coupon to-day we will send you our bnoklat "Sunshine." At the same time, aak for special information about heating your own house. There are those who criticize the Wild Land Tax of this province on ev- ery opportunity, either because they are speculators or because they want west of her at Bankhead. and south take a fall out of the Sifton govern- her at Letfabndge and in die Crow's raent. The Toronto News, Conserva- Kest Pass? And as for are there not more nicely lithographed oil shares floating round Calgary than in any other city of the size in the whole It might be. appropriate, too, for Calgary to erect a handsome wool pal- ace. Didn't Calgary handle 13 cars .of woo! against a mere 66 out of the Lethbridge division? That ought to the wool centre of iiie province. If there is anything else Calgary is nol centre of, including the centre of the universe, not forgetting the centre of gravity, we humbly crave her par- don for having overlooked it. By all means let Calgary erect a wheat stock it with cows. Visitors will then tnow without ask- ing that they are in the great metro- polis Of "CCTT.TCWTI." tive, has this to say of it: ''Wild land" taxes on property held out of use by speculators in Western Canada have yielded needed revenues to Provincial and municipal ex- chequers and tended directly or indi- rectly to force idle areas under the plow. Just by way of showing that Calgary is the centre of Alberta's gas belt we reproduce tiie following from the news columns of the Toronto News: PIPE GAS FROM CALGARY head quart ers-undeiCdate of August IS. London Toroim Mcntreal'' Vancouv-r St. John, K B liamiltaa Canary Saskatoon Edmonton Sold by Geo. R. Dixon Alberta Dry air not necessary The Sunshine Furnace supplies air as balmy as summer. This comes from a large water pan so located that it can be refilled easily. Firing up and closing the dampers of the Sunshine Fur- nace does not send coal gas into the house. The volume of gas freed from the new coal is drawn off up the chim- ney. The Sunshine not only keeps the whole house warm and cosy, but continually circulates clear, pure air. Winnipeg to Pay Seventy Cent. Less Per EMPIRE RELATIONS AFTER THE WAR "Relations oE the overseas domin- ions to the Empire after the war" ii a subject that is occupying the miudi of Britishers in all parts of the worlt these days. It is true that successfu prosecution of the war is the iramedl ate task, but the Mother Country peo pie know more about the overseas do minions now than ever they did be fore, yhlle the overseas dominions have learned many things they never knew ahout the greatness of the .Moth erland. And this .new knowledge has Quickened Interest in imperial rela- tions to a remarkable degree, so that on side people are talking of what the war is going to bring forth id the way of Internal relations within the Empire. Old Country papers are discussing the question, and Ihe fol lowing from the London Telegraph is timely "No doubt, there are still some ner- vous people; among us. Why make change say, when present results arc go good' If without pro- per Imperial organization the Domin- ions sprang m readily to our aid, will they not do so again' That is 3 spec- ious It is quite unsound. It leaves out of sight the fact tliat the Dominion's had no responsibility what- ever for" iue causes which led up to this war. They.had had no say in Brit- ish readiness an 1 botn are quite war. Yet they accepted war without a inunnur, knowing the Biitish cause to be just, lUti they leapt to arms. Now they ask Winnipeg. Aug. finan- cial difficulties to the scheme of the' Manitoba Exploration Syndi- cate to pipe Alberta gas to "Win- nipeg, and lay a complicated sys- tem of pipes under tlie streets of Winnipeg have been removed. This announcement reached the city hall from Calgary. Friends of 0. G. uevenish, one of the promot- ers in that city, also admits tbe funds have beeu secured. Even Toronto believes it. Of course, the fact that Mr. Dovenish intends to get the gas from his well near Fore- most, 66 miles south-east of Leth- bridge, and 180 miles from Calgary, is a mere 'bag-o'-shells.' TO hold "its place in the is the avowed purpose of a great nation's conflict. To hold "its place in the is the object of every business in the great fight for industrial and commercial supremacy. To be able to hold "its place in the the supreme test of an asphalt roof. It is the sun, not rain or snow, that plays havoc with a roof. If it can resist the drying out process of the sun beating down it, day after day, the rain or snow will not affect it except to wash it clean and keep it sanitary. Keeping Coo) and Happy in Summer is easy for the man who knows what to eat. Keep cool and com- fortable by eating Shredded Wheat Biscuit with fresh fruit and green vegetables. Make Shredded Wheat your meat during the sultry days. It contains more real body- building nutriment than meat or eggs. Serve with berries or sliced bananas or other fruits. Certain- Roofing takes "its 01ace in tne gun" and ho'ds it longer than other similar roofing, because it is made of the. very best quality roofing felt, thoroughly saturated with the correct blend of soft asphalts, and coated with a blend of harder asphalts. This outer coating keeps the inner saturation soft, and prevents the dryinj out process so destructive to the ordinary roof. The blend of asphalts used by "This General" is the result of long experience. It produces a roofing more pliable than those which have less saturation, and which are, therefore, harder and drier. At each of the General's bis; mills, expert chemists arc constantly employed to refine, test and blend the asphalts used; also to experi- ment for possible improvements. Their constant endeavor is to make the best roofing still better. The quality of CERTAIN-TEED is such that it is guaranteed for or 15 years, according to thickness (1, 2 or 3 Experience proves that it lasts longer. Behind this guarantee is the responsibility of the world's largest manufac- turer of roofings and building papers. 1 meuced the pope permitted the Ital- ian army to recruit all but of the i; Swiss guards on duty in the Vatican, !and little Inter ho lirolie a precedent i by causing the hospice of Santa -Maria an annex of the Vatican buildings, to he used as a hospital for Italian sol- jdiers. Showed His Feelings Pope Benedict showed liow he felt toward the Teutonic allies when ho had uloiisignor Berlach, his Austrian private chamberlain, interned in the i Vatican for a time and then sent back Rome, via, London, Aug. U'o Austria. MonsiKnor Berlacli was! accused of falsifying the pope's wpnls j in an interview with a Gftrman-Ameri- THE ALLIES Benedict has in sir tic ted all the car- GIRL COULD NOT WOW How She Was Relieved froa Pain by Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Tnunton, had pains in hot I Bides and when my periods came I ha dhmls in Italy to pray for victory for can new'spVper Italy and her Allies. Hitherto tlio Berlacli interpreted.. cardinals following the pore's exam- Pope Benedict also has protested to! pie, have been prejicliini; and praying j nermaiiy against the oppression of the for peace at all their services. They! Belgians and only recently protested have exhorted all the faithful deportation of civilians of the tend the functions', of intercession, for i cohnfierecl north western parts of an early peace. Now, howeverathey will pray tor the defeat of the Teuton- is tho first time since Italy ic powers. Cardinal Ferrari, archbishop of Milan, and other cardinals holding episcopal sees have publicly explained that the Catholic 'church wants a lasting They are convinced now that no can he lasting un- less the v.-ar ends victoriously for Italy and her allies. They are urging {therefore. Unit all loyal citizen churchmen should join in efforts' to win the war. Wrong Accusation Italians anti-clerical hcre acciisod The General one third of Ameri- ca's supply of as- phalt roll roofing. His facilities arcunequai- ed, and he "is able to produce the' highest quality roofing at the lowest manufactur- ing cost. CERTAIN-TEED i: made in rolls; nlso in slate thin- CERTAIN-TEED for "every kind of building wi'.h flat or pitched roofs, from the largest sky-scrap- er (o the smallest resilience or out- building. CERTAIN-TEED II by responsible dealers ell tbe wcild, it reiGnnnblfl priced. before' deridi! oa acrtypoof roof. Made in Canada General Roofing Manufacturing Company Lorfttt Manmfmrtnrcr of Roofings and EuilJtng Papmrt Diitnbntint Toronto, Vsieettrer. OlUwa Qntfeie LonJoa, Hmlif.i Rryiet Jftw. Ur.ndo was united in ISiO that a Catholic has i a member of the cabinet. Signor J fer a long time One day a came to our hous and asked i mother why I i suffering. Mothe told her that I suf iered every mont! and she said, 'Wh; don't you buy bottle of Lydia E antlra uiinistry. The pope was pleased at the appointment. NATIONAL REGULATIONS OF MEAT IN GERMANY Berlin, via London, Aug. bflicially announced that a change which has been voted by the Buiules- rath in the proclamation of .Mnrch 27, the Catholics of wanting a premature j concent if? the distribution of meat oiu- powers the imperial chancellor him- self to undertake the which" hitlicrlo has been loft to com-! muni p9P.cc, n pence at any price. Such a peace. Uioy would be to tlie ad- vantage of tfit! Teutonic" powers. It Iiafi apparent for a long time lhat Pone Hound tar. to-1 basis for already prepared measures I might be avoided. vipard the of Italy and so j for the distribution and consumption} the Allies. Soon after the war com- of ment Tor the whole empire. Without staying at home a day. I an in good health now ant] have told lota o girls about CLARICE MORIN 22 Russell Street, Taunton, Mass. Thousands of girls suffer in silenct every month rather than consult a phy sician. If girls who are troubled wit! painful or irregular periods, backache headache, dragging-down sensation? fainting spells or indigestion would Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, A safe and pure remedy madt Tho roKiilaliun forms the from roots and herba. much Buffering Write to Lydia Hedicmi Co., Lynn, Mass, {confidential) for fra Advice which will prove helpful. You Will Thoroughly Enjoy a Meal at THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE ;'1i2g Fifth HIrcetS. Noxvly Itonovak'rt ami'Enlarged NnvMorternJy I'icil Kooin Cool aiul Ventihited Kxcrileiii Cui.sinc Attentive Service Table fully NiippJicd'WJtii (he ol the Very ModcfaicJy Triced: Now the Best and Cheapest Place to Eat in the City THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE 322 FIFTH STREET ;