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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGB FOUR 'THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY H'ERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19115 ttb; letbbribtje Deralb letbbribge, HSberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dally, delivered, per year..... IJ-JJ Dally, by Mall, per year...... by mail, per JZ5J 1224 TELEPHONES; BuBfneu OfflCfl editorial Offlci............ flnce the beginning; ot tho war. T'.w largest eatlinato from Eng- officially never announ- ces her successes In tho submarine warfare, except where the capture of survivors makce it necewary-toos beeu thirty-two. William Jennings Bryan ssys the United States should not. go to. war simply because lives of Americans had been sacrificed. Remember Hie nntion, he urges, and torwet the of- fense to individuals. Every nation Is made up of individuals and the na- tion as .1 whole must protect its citi- folded RICKED UP IN FOB ridiculous. W. A. Buchanan John Torranc% Managing Director Buainesi Manage! ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The Bltuation on tlie eastern front has. not materially improved from a Russlai standpoint. The Austro-Ger- tnan advance has not been definitely, stopped, though the. Ciar's forces have apparently been able to make a stand at Brest-Lltovsk, the important j railway centre which the Germans have been besieging; for some days. The -Baltic campaign under Vbi Hlndenberg has made little furter progress asainst the and V the German plans have suffered severe setback in this direction by Canada Car company will pay Calgary a year tor the adver- tising space on city street cars. Moose Jaw division oi the railway mail service will give field kitchen to the military forces of Canada. Tlie lease for the A star hotel m New York tins been renewed for ten yeurs at a rentill ot Rev. Kdgar Whttehouso, of nmni- become the pastor of the- peg, Union church at Dryden, Ont, Fred Osseabrugge, turner zens. K it stands with arms ami allows its citizens to be destroy- ed it is bemeaniilg itself as a great nation. Bryan's peace theories if t adopted by" the United States as u through nation at this time would make it Economy in the street railway man- of Edmonton has reduced _______ the city's deficit on the first part ot .Germany asks Uncle Sam to wait I earths', of Winnipeg, until he gets the Hun siflo of the _Jne wnikinj beside his brother's Arabic case. Whatever Che defence very be it will 'ba trumped up. The fact that a torpedo was let loose in the Arabic's direction was It wasn't neces- i to display un- unfriendly act. sary to take any steam plough at Nivervillo, Jlan., tell and was cut to death. The new pastor of the First Bap- tist church, Calgary, is now at work; he is liev. J. A. Huntley, ot Brook- "J. J. O'Connor, assistant to the the naval defeat at Riga. The few details that have drifted through rfr garding the big naval fight indicate that it TVS? ".uite as disastrous for ihe Germans as first reported. Germany has asked United States to withhold final opinion on tlie sink- from a Germau sub. regard for the last note of the American president. If no one had been killed the murderous intention In fnce of a serious warning from the United States was there. Ths August report of the United States Department of Agriculture inc of the Arabic until all facts are places the American wheat crop for available. In the meantime tha short KalserV. .government: has lissued very apologetic statement _einphasiz- ins'that it was not of Germany that peaceful merchant ves- sels carrying Americans 'should have :bee'h sunk. Though this statement smacks" a little ot the hypocritical, It appears to rhav.e relieved the tension at Washington .somewhat. The .British warships have played havoc with the German fortifications 'at Zeebrugge, where such an attack Tvas unexpected by the Huns. The French have made advances in the Vosges tout otherwise there is no change on the western front. An urgent appeal has been sent by Bri- tain to Australia for more troops .tor the Dardanelles. this, year at only four millions short of the even billicn bushels. This is Dusliek ahead of last year, ,and over in excess of the [.beat previous record. The indicated yield of corn is bushels, which is very nearly a record. In oats the prospect is for a yield of bushels. Only in one previous yenr has this record been exceeded. 'Since quite a number of V.C.'s have been given during the war and some of the men now enlisted and in Can- ada may come to possess this coveted decoration it might be well to clear OUR POINT OF---VIEW Your King and Country need you right now. Don't burn the straw. It may come lil handy for feed in a lean year. inv LU Ulof'ttJ w The very fact that the City Jolicjtoi: salary from 545 to a month. When the barns of Victor Roth- well, near Moose Jaw, were seen to be on lire 100 autos rushed to the blaze from surrounding farms. John R. Summers has been ap- pointed Police Magistrate ior the town of Aylmer, Ont., and the town- shin o! Yarmouth and Bayham. T.ance-Corp. G. W. Allen, the Can- adian who held a trench against 40 Germnns after his companions were put out of action, and until he him- self was killed, was a Hamilton man. Dr D A. Volume, of Erskine, A1-, berta who Is visiting at Kingston, I s soine to England, having received in "appointment to the British Army Medical Corps. The New York State census enum- eration has revealed a woman who claims to be 115 years old. She is Mrs Gillis.' colored, 571 Clas- soa avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. She has a daughter 84 years old. Hon. S. N. Parent, former chair- man of the National Tranccntinental Railway commission and an ex-pre- mier of Quebec, is being urged to he a Federal Liberal candidate in Ot- tawa City. SEAL BRAND COFFEE Irresistible! In 1 and 2 pound cans. Whole also Fine Ground for Percolatbrs. CHASE SANBORN, MONTREAL. The Late Col. Evans Tho following very appropriate eul- ogy of tho' Into Evans, form- erly ot Macleod, whose death In uu- tio'n at tho front has been announced' In llic Herald, -'was writlm by S. Heap, of Maclcod, a close personal friend of lliii latg. officer. Major Evans was popularly known in Macleod as "Col." Evans "The movliif; nnger writes, hav- ing writ, Moves on, nor all thy piety nor wit Shall hire it back to cancel half a line, Nor all your tears wash out a word of it." Most forcibly were live words of the Tcrsian bard brought home to us when we heard of the death of Colonel Evans killed in somewhere in France. Wo knew him well, and to know him was to like him well, for he was truly a mnn amongst men. It has Inttcrlv been his custom to spend some weeks in each summer in Macleod, anil he was here last summer when he heard of the outbreak of war. Early in "black" August of last year he left at once for the Mother County to fignt for his King and Empire and while serv- ing, with the distinguished regiment of tile llth battalion of the Royal Scots, met his death. lie always took the greatest inter- est in all kinds of athletics and man- ly sports, and in 1913 he donated to the Maclcod Polo Club a cup, to be known as the "Colonel Evans' Chal- lenge to be competed for by in the district. This cup was won last year by the Macleod Club and is now draped in black as a trib- ute to the donor, and will perpetu-j ate his memory for many years to 10IBESTYET Magrath, Aug. 35.-On Kriday and Saturday next tliu Garden City .will be' docked in gala attire to partici- pate in one. of tho best fairs in the history of Iho town. Though tho event MB not widely advertised tlio handsome prize lint is rap- iillv drawing togi-ther a strong list of 'exhibits. The Dominion Experi- mental Farm lit l.cthhridgc has ar- ranged to occupy a apaco fiity (cot loiig, by ten tret wiilo, by six feet llirii. 'Phis space will tc devoted, to THE GREAT BW (.Max -McD. in Rod and Gun) In 1904, Robert Cooper married Gov't Elevator About The extension of the boundaries of "iss Mary Blain of Macleod. and to them has been born a son, Italph. Mr. Cooper is a member of Spitzee lodge southern Alberta from 13 square Oj. Masolls at pincher Creek, and a miles to 500 -square miles has rnada member of the Pinch Creek club. Polo necessary tha appointment of several has been a favorite pastime ot the new officials. Among these is that new superintendent, ano from his of Superintendent. "Kootenai" Brown stables have sone several good hors- has been, for several years, forest es that have given good accounts of ranger in charge or this pleasure themselves on the tracks of the pro- ground but the enlargement made vlnce. fishing and hunting big necessary the creating of the new of- game have contended for much of liirii. This sp the exhibiting grams, rooK'eW.'..... Tbd'liv'e'sfdeli department will be well taken care of by such prominent breeders as. Kay Knishl, K. W. Brad- shaw and J, B.- Hirie. A strong.sporting .card has been perfected and .under Marshal Hodges' direction will go oil with a whirl. Maskin is working overtime'to make the fair an unqual- ified success, and the adjacent towns- men -and ranchers will mits the big- gest event of the Garden City by not being present. Last night Hie school .start met with the board of trustees at the residence oi A. J. Mercer to discuss ways and means of bringing teacher and parent together for a better mu- tual understanding. This excellent come in Southern Alberta, whilst all that remains ot him are reverently laid away "somewhere In France" bis face looking towards i.hc dawn of the great day. "Thy shattered form, lot others blindlv mourn I see tlio" soul that upwards sped unharmed Nay, purer for the moiling nobly borne, And hailing God's last message un- alarmed, Then be thou still, companion of my ways Together let us hail the sun at dawn, While ever clearer walks our com- mon guide I, on tho shadowed, you, His glori- ous side. fice of superintendent. 3fr. Cooper's spare time, and his ex- Robert Cooper, the subject of this periences in the wilds of the province sketch, is the man chosen to guide fit him well for his new position, the destinies of this large- .undevel- The subject of our sketch was a Southern Alberta crop in stooi: and ready for, the thresher. Any idler found in the city these' days should he treated to s term- b'reiWng stones. The harvest flelds cm utilize every man. Keep the weeds smothered In the Bummerfillow. These weeds ara tlie breeding places of worms that may; foe a to the grain next year. The crop at the jail farm is a sight lor sore eyes. Grata in stook never, looked more foeautiful than that in' tfce field! east of the city. Should you be affected by the blues ipalk or drive out to the jail farm and view the; wheat .and oats in stook. K yon continue to feel pessimistic, register at the jail for thirty days. There i6 a chance to serve your King and Country this week. Re- cruiting takes place here for the Thirteenth Mounted Rifles. Let, the native bom do their share In filling therankE. Finance Minister White refused {ermit the amalgamation, of two pinks. He is to be commended for nis decision. These .bank mergers are not in the people's interest- Cen- tralization' of our financial system ii injurious. Knighthood has fallen on much less worthy shoulders than Major General Sam Hughes. Our Minister of Militia has his faulti, but he is an all round good Canadian anxious to do his best in this time of stress for-his country. Owing to the scarcity of threshing many farmers will stack their grain. They are likely to be the hap- piest farmers in the 'long run too. The more stacking a farmer can af- ford to do now the more likely he is to. 'get good prices later. for his product Hay in the Cardston district has made a marvellous growth this sea- son. Samples of wild grass o eight-feet high are to be seen, while ilry land alfalfa has gone over four feet. The stock In the Cardston dls- Irict should fatten quickly this fall Hid winter. The current issue of The Army and V'H take charge of Grades Vli, an.d.Vlil. Mr. Earle is a teacher of ripe experience and should render valuable service. A gaged and with the parents' co-oper- slrong staff of teachers lias been en- gaged and ivith the, parents' alive support a .banner school yeas is expected. World's Grain Crop Ottawa; -Aug.- from the International, Institute of Agri- culture today give the world's pro- duction of cereals for 131S by groups of countries as follows Iceland, Italy, Rus- sia in Europe, less' Poland Switz- erland and the United States, yield bushels, being an in- crease oi 1O per cent., as compared with the production gf same countries for 1S14. countries, plus Eng- land, Scotland', Tunis, Berlin, Aug. Ger- man Admiralty announced that n German-submarine had tor- pedoed and sunk tlii Russian auxiliary ship nt the entrance ft to the Gulf of Finland. j bushels, an increase of 24-1 per cent. countries as oats4 plus an fi increase of 18 per cent. J countries as bailey, plus India and Canada winter wheat, bushels, -being an in- crease of per cent.'as compared with the production of 1814. j WINDSOR SPENDS N1QHT ON HOUSE-TOPS .WINDSOR, N. S., gisan- tic fijrure 7 %-fS seen all last night in the sky between here and Hantsport. Later It turned slowly into n, question murk. All Hants County is cm trail of that 7th point. Public mass meeting called for this afternoon at fair grounds. PEPPERMINT AND CINNAMON FLAVOURS with flavor. :-Velveiy GRIT purfty a daylight factory by ha'mh OF CANADA Are Yonr Children Learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and: daughter should have a personal Savings Account In the Union Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save regularly, and training In how to expend money wisely. Such in educatlpn'ln thrift and saving will provaInvaluabto later We. C. R.'TINNING. E. I.ETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKK iRANCH ;