Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR ttb: HlDccta .DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, per year Dsily, by mail, per year Weekly, by mall, per year THK un DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. University. "In September, final Instalment was met. and the last Gorman soldier left France. The French soil was freed six months earlier than was provided by the treaty. This rapid liquidation of tho indemnity had lieen effected by two successful loans contracted by the government, one in 1S71 for over )0 j francs, the other in IS72 Jo ft.r r.oarly francs. The 10 I former was oversubscribed two and a 'half times: the latter over fourteen times. This, amazing success bore TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torranca Managing Director Business Manager striking evWence to the wealth of the P IA ilCKED UP IN ASSINGIZZTI FOR THE BUST MAN Sherbrooke, Quo., police went oil strike for more pay. At Chicago hogs, have reached the highest price since the civil war. The A. Mncdonnld Co. will open a branch warehouse in liegina. coumrs'-" llartlev" Dewart's. Liberal, ollicial What France Has accomplished twuo Toronto, is 1252 before when defeated'she can pllsh again when victorious. Today j the nation is uiiiifd as never before and intensely loyal tu its government. I In 1S15 and in 1S71 the government i knee of papers after expiration date is and an entirely one put in place. These new governments. whRth- our authority to continue tho sub- scription. Your King and Country need you right THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The allied furces are gradually mat- ing for the great offensive in the Balk- ans. Reinforced by both Russians and Italians Gen. Sarrail's army is nuw estimated at over a force suf- ficient to carry through the drive against the Teutonic allies on the Greek front. No definite move has yet been made by either side but the great baules are expected shortly to commence, which it is hoped will drive the BuJgars beyoml their own frontiers and eiean Serbia of the Hun. Heavy fighting is procee'lms in the Caucasus, where the Russians have taken Turk regiments prisoners by the wholesale: and in the Carpathians, where the Teutons'are endeavoring to make a stand against the Russian tide flowing through the mountain passes into Hungary. _ Further'heavy German assaults on the western front, in efforts to regain ground, have teen repulsed by the al- lies, with heavy losses to the Huns. Ninety-eight Quebec children have died from the heat. Williams, formerly of Lindsay. Out., Major Artl town eommis------- has beeu killed in action. City Commissioner Vorath. of Sas- er in "10 in violence and were bitterly opposed Canadian husineeis. hy large sections of the people. Bus- ness and trade had been by civil contention, large sections of i in Calsary. I the country had been fought over in (from Our Own i-nru-spondi'litl -N'ouloford, Aug. Lushia Is another added to the list of those who have signed up from tills district to do their bit. We would like to bo In a position to announce new recruits in our notes eaeh week. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Noble and family anil Mrs. Von Mielcski left on Friday for a holiday at Banff. Mr. Noble re- turned on Tuesday but the rest ot the party expect to remain in Banff for pome time. Miss Colenian of Edmonton, has been engaged as teacher to succeed Miss Uowness and is expected to begin duties on September 1st. people. H..I-! T. dtKam ,nay command demoralized !B O1.ersras to be raised e sections of i in Calgary. t recruiting officer .ottensive military campaigns and Par- is had been in 1371 some sections of the city damaged or destroyed. Et'blnf.'eu. And what France has accomplished and can accomplish again. Britain and Russia and Italy can accomplish. Champion knows how to live up t its name Archdeacon Raymond, of St. .lohn. rector of St. Mary's Church, lias tendered his resignation. U-Ool. Mackenzie of (Jampbi.-IHon. C.B.. has had thc .Military Cross evil- erred upon him by the King. "Lethbridge, the favored city." Yes, that will do for a slogan. Republican candidate Mushes visit- ed the Canadian exhibit at San Diego exposition and was impressed. to! __ .las. Carruthers. the .Montreal grain man places western Canada's wheat crop at bushels. The left-over wheat is worth its j weight hi gold. It's a lucky farmer j who has some on hand. Lethbridge and the great crop tribu- tary to it are being talked about all over the country. WONDERFUL RECOVERIES MADE BY FRANCE the warring nations be bank- A. .1. Spencer, for many years city treasurer of Owen Sound, died at Van- couver. Lieut. John Gait, only son of John iGalt. Winnipeg, died from wounds while a prisoner in Germany. Miss Edna Knight, of Claresholm, has been engaged to fill a vacancy on the Nelson B.C.. public school staff. Donald MaeDormld, one of the Donald MaeDormld, one of the That sale of wheat by the Miami residents of Victoria County, Farming Co. will be written in history i at h-is home at Smith's Moim- Xo wonder all! tains, X. S. .p. Southern Alberta. eyes are turned toward Southern Al-j berta. Boosting grew to be rather much of an evH in Southern Alberta a few- years aeo. We have reason to Hon. A, P. McXab estimates Sask- atchewan's wheat crop at between ninety million and one hundred mil- lion bushels. Potatoes in large quantities are he- boost now than ever .we did, but lei iug evaporated at the packing plant The urice paid is between rupt after the war? Pessimists think our boosting be legitimate. All we. 510 and SI2 a'ton. they history proves, in the ease of. Prance, at any rate, that quick recovery can be made by a nation seemingly buried in debt. The -New York -Journal Commerce points out that twice within the past century has France been: considered exhaust- ed beyond immediate repair, and each time events have belied contemporary: opinion. The first experience followed i need do is to tell the straight facts. I That's the right kind of boosting. It is j much to be preferred to hull-cock j knocking. from the pastorate, of Pitt Street Baptist Church, Sydney. C.B.. left for Aylesford. Lieut. F. Reginald Robinson, of Good schools "tract the ten neat 'reported killed by a class of citizens. Lethbridge in seek-l He was old ancl ing population, should always five years ancl ,vas the Royal Trust men and wo-; Co., at Montreal and St. John, -N'.B I men in seeking a new home always the Napoleonic ware. After being over-) schools. Efii-! Tllp the 51st now rest in thrown by the "Great Coam.on" schools are the best the European powers in 1SH, trance, i accepted a fairly just treaty of peace and settled down for a few months under restored Bourbon rule. Napoleon -returned from Elba in March. ISlor and the "Hundred Days" followed. wjiich resulted in the Battle of Water- loo. Napoleon was sent to St. Helena and the leading powers of Austria- Britain. Prussia and determined to punish France for this recent uprising and so to weaken ncr that there would be no further dan- ger from tier for years to come. They forced upon her the accept- ance oi the Second Treaty of Paris, according to which her territory was reduced with a loss of inbabi- 1 asset of a community. We cannot af- of tlie rcgiment still remaining at ford to be stingv in onr appropriations j Branishott. Major Shortreid. Major O'Donohue, -Major Elliott, aid Capl. Lee taking them up to London. T j i ihorsl 'commission to undertake settlement J. de Farris. a Liberal speaker, upon them. We hear that a recruiting officer who visited town on .Monday had great difficulty in persuading one mail that he was unfit for military service. The man in question was anxious to go lint was unable to cut liis age down to military requirements. H. B. McKinnon, our genial station agent of Ihe past five years, received tered the restaurant on 3 ing to find a company of some forty people waiting to give him a farewell surprise party. Mr. MeKinnon is leav- ing to take up duties in Warner and il was fitting that his departure should be the opportunity for a concrete ex pression ot the esteem in which he has been held by all in this district Games were indulged in, the young men especially seeming very back- ward in the paying of the forfeits which were exacted from them. Re- freshments were served by the ladies and then came the presentation. The pastor spoke of the appreciation ot all in the district of the practical sym- pathy and ready help which Mr. Mc- Kinnou has always given and asked him to accept a handsome complete club bag and a watch fob as a token of their good will. Mr. McKinnon re- plied in a neat speech and was then called upon to cut a cake which car-] ricd a suitable inscription relative to the day. Then came a hearty singing "For lie's a Jolly Good fol- lowed by three cheers and a tiger. It is sate "lo say that the whole affair was one of the mosr pleasing that has been held in the hisipry of Noblefonl. Mr. and Mrs. MoNelll with their two children arrived in town on Saturday froni New Dayton. Mr. McNeil! has taken up his station agent here. The evening service at the Presby-. terian church last Sunday took the form of a special cradle roll service. The cradle roll containing some thirty names, was on certificates were distributed. The pastor preach- ed a sermon on "The Training of the basing his remarks on Exodus The departure of R. B. McKinnon ..ill be a big loss to this' place. In his official capacity as station agent he has been most obliging, courteous and accommodating. As treasurer of the local patriotic fund and in other lines of social and religious work Mr. Mc- Kinnon worked hard.: !t will be very The American members of the joint I difficult to get along without him 'in uiu ui told Premier Bowser to his face that, anfl JIexico are Lhe reason he did not grant im-; ijan6f secretary of the interior: Judge John T- Scott, the! George Gray of Wilmington. Del., and munlty to man who is held the Tories for the Vancouver plug- responsible by j Dr. John R. Mott. of Xew York city. Lt. Turnbull. of Sherhrooke. Que.. IA. lurnonu. ot snernrooiic ging, was because he dare not Tnere.j Ip_ actjon Ho _ is no doubt Bowser is afraid of Scott s j son Of .John Turnhuil, presi-1 story and so he threatens Scott's and managing director of the vis' rest if he lands in B.-C.. in order tojPaton Manufacturing Co.. Sherbrooke, of which comnanv Lieut. Turnbull was We are glad to notice that some of the farmers are going after the weeds. We wish they all would gel the dis- ease and make a big effort to get rid of them before they, go through the separators. Rev. W. F. Gould, late secretary- of the Temperance anil Moral Reform and Scott has expressed'0' company Lieut. Turnbull was tants. A war indemnity of francs was laid upon her and eighteen! French fortresses were garrisoned by Allied troops supported at French expense for a minimum of three years..or a maximum of five. It is estimated -that the total cost to France of tie the "Hundred Days" was ibput in the money of This was in addition to the .burdens that .had followed from over twenty years ot revolutionary and Na- poleonic warfare.; surprise of the French people assumed the" high taxes, re-established the na- tional credit and paid off the war in- demnity so rapidly that the allied troops were entireH" withdrawn by the close of the year 1818. Simultan- eously n-lth this, France resumed her -position and influence as one of the dominant powers of The second experience, and a some- what parallel one, resulted from the French downfall and disgrace in the Franco-Prussian War, and the Civil War of the Commune which followed It in 1871. France seemed crushed and humiliated almost .beyond repair, but to make her downfall doubly sure Bismarck imposed upon her the ter- rible treaty of Frankfort. Alsace and Lorraine must be ceded ,a 000 indemnity paid In three years and German "army of occupation" must be supported at the expense of the French people until the payment ot the indemnity was completed. This army mustered soldiers, with horses. The cession of Alsace and Lorraine meant a loss of about 000 Inhabitants to France and in addi- tion her population had been decreased by about on account of the war, "As In 1815, so in 1871, France went .keep him away. willingness to expose the plugging] plot It Bowser. B. C.'s attorney-general, grants immunity. Bowser doesn't want the truth told. Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper says he' SETTLE IMPORTANT He administration of the act, was a >rts that prohibition is proving successful throughout the province. Binders Getting Busy Binders will be travelling merrily in the western portion of, this district hy the time these notes are in print. Sam Burns and A. S. Hurschman are eiuiuriAi mie-TinKia both cutting on their, big farms and FINANCIAL QUESTIONS Qthers are expecting to begin soon. j The heavy rains of last week delayed i London, Aug. prein- going to vote the straight Great Britain and ticket in Vancouver, The j the harvest somewhat, but the present i warm weather is -causing the grain to Magnificent Recordings by exclusive Columbia artists TLADIMIR DE PACHMAN, the master pianist, V who, it has been said, plays Chopin probably better than Chopin did, is now making Columbia Double Disc Records exclusively. New recordings also are announced by those two peerless bari- and Seagle. These recordings are typical of the ideal quality of all the New Records for September In the son- hit field, A! Jolson leads oft" with his latest success, "You're a Danger- ous and you'll find yourself whistling or humming the tuneful melodies in all- ot these other Popular Hits of the Day A 2040 "10 inch IF I KNOCK THE "L'! 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New Columbia records on sale the 20th of every month COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS and DOUBLE-DISC THE KENNY ALLIN CO., LIMITED The Drug-Book Store, Next to Dallas Hotel, Pllonc 1487' chine say, "If heat sentatives of their financial and you beat Borden." Sir Chas. Hlbbert's s... interests, met at Cal- reply Is, "if it is necessary to keep Sir aig yesterday" and "reached an Robert Borden in power In order toj.., on Important finan- pick dry the bones of B. C., Sir Robert i... cla] mailers, including pay- will have lo go." But Tupper is ments and tl.e mainten- mistlc about Borden and says, "It willj.., ance of between the be found, however, that Sir Robert j Borden is in power when Bowserisra is dead and buried." Now is the time for Ihe Dominion government to take measures. to col- lect Ihe money loaned for relief ill Al- berta in Ihe spring of 1015. Ninely- five per cent of the farmers will be France, the finance ministers ripen fast. Some fields of wheat and of the two nations and repre- oats look particularly fine and will 'undoubtedly yield heavily. In the eastern part of the district cutting; held under the auspices of tho year. Keuo U. F. A. Unfortunately only two A very pleasant feature is the large banks or loan companies will readily loan the necessary cash tp wipe con- flicting government relief loans off the slate. The war IB revolutionizing things? Tlilcgs are happening in the transpor- tation world that could not have tak- en for years. For instance, the trans-Siberian railway is being double- tradtfey. The necessities of war de- manded. It. Single-tracked it delayed In getting munitions to the front from Japan and America, but dottijle-tracked it will overcome tho obstacle. After the war the double-tracked road will bo a great asset to Russia and will al- to work lo redeem herself" says Prof. Uo a factor in encouraging trade Clitrles D. Hazen of John Hopkins I over that frnrn America. _____' ___Man who----r. Cool" may not be a good politician, but he has solved nve pei CCIIL u- the problem of comfort and able to pay and If they know the gov- contentment. He Starts the eminent is out after I day right by eating Shredded he good enough now Ihalj Wheat Biscuit With milk Or cream. He eats it for lun- cheon with berries, sliced bananas or other fruits. He makes Shredded Wheat his "meat" in the hot days. It is ready-cooked, ready-tp-eat. Whenr rumorn of at least four new i ouim_ houses to he built tins fall in town, j joumi lo TOive the now very acute lore's hoping. j problem of threshing. An unfortunate accident happened __________ to the engine of Hie farmers' elevalor which is going up shorlly. j While the engine was being unloaded t seems lo have slipped and en up badly In Ihe fall. We under-: stand that arrangements are being made lo rush the erection of the eleva- lor so lhat It will he ready for busi- ness by Ihe lath. The building crew are expected to begin work any day. Private Rogers of Ihe 113lh matle an- olher effort on Monday to obtain for that batlalior. but was un-i mctosful. The Kilties are anxious brings the cash on hand for prizi well up ovor SASKATOON MAN .HONORED __ Saskatoon. Susk., AiiB- 2Sr-Private Lum Clark, a son of llev. Wj'lie C. Clark, pastor of Knox, church here, has lieen awarded the military cross for "gallantry, on the, battlefield, according to word received Made in Canada to make Ibis a complele success, and altogether worthy of ourselves. As ynt there is but a general forecast of the program. However, we can say that valuable prizes will be given In all branches of agricultural and household arts and products. The ?200 given by the Flowery Plain Municipal council yesterday, set away, lie says, and any men de-'tion here is quite satistaclory. sirons of Joining up should apply all acreage is .larger than lasl ice !some crops on breaking and Marion Tar.kabcrry left on Tuesday mertallov: arc very fine and forty C'nlrrnpir U'ill ll ft 1H I Our Oi Etzikom, Aug. crop sit.ua- Tile year. Bum- for an extended stay in JUKI luuv ahcl yields svlll lie common. In fact, ir an exienueu stay in vaifcmj auci We are glad to hoar that W. A., some neighborhoods will 'lo even but Macleod, our local blacksmith, has do-] ter. The land that ras in cided to remain in Nobleford. There! is not quite so good. Cutting has not are lots worse places where one might yet begun. Some binders will be live and very few better. heard In a few days. But some of There appears to be little prospect of the late pieces Will not be ripe for two a shortage of later for the harvesting weeks more. It is unwise to fore- this year. Men are coming In on ev- cant the grade of wheat. And yet ery train and the Indications are that tho present crop looks better than last there will not be work for all who want it. Most of the farmers have NO INCREASE AT PRINCE ALBERT Prince Albert. Sask., Aug. has been no advance'ln the price ot bread here, and there will be none until Hie market has become settled and accurate forecast-can-lie re- garding the future price of wheat. cured help and will have no difficulty year's did at this stage'. In fact, giv- en suitable weather. U. would be hard to speak loo highly of the grade. Al- i'n tills regard. together, we would be quite safe In A meeting was called for Saturday saying that will, suitable conditions evening lo dlwnss threshing arrange- we Will have gpo.tl .large tonnage and incuts for this season.'--The meeting ftUt WW Become Friends- You may be jond of good chocolate Cowan's Maple Buds will please yoij in a, way that no other lias or could Buy this dainty chocolate to-day.