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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR DAILY AND Hlberta WEEKLY Subscription Katei: delivered, per week Daily, delivered, per year Dally, by mall, per year Weekly, by mall, per year ....Sa.OO ....Jl.OO "A pood opportunity is therefore pre- sented to tho ordinary rank anil file of tho rouaervative party to let tlielr leaders know by Ilielr votes that they are absolutely with the record of the Hearst Government; anil It IB tbis vote that will holii to make the landslide on Monday." Remember. thc'Worltl is :i Conserva- edited by a very radical tin- situation is a Soon cieal nearer tho truth than the verdicts Conser- couple of thoumuul "They Buried Him Neafly In Broad Daylight." R G. Ottawi. Aug. so with one accord and with right 55 i responsibility for this war upon his 1331 conscience." tho Kaiser i? reported asj saying in (l recent interview. Tlie: Kaiser can't shake It off Hint-way. Dates of expiry ot subscriptions ap- our authority to scription. nue the sub- Your King and Country need you fight now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR vaitvo press a couple of Uuniuami soat passed out inlo the wilderness miles away. The incident recalls the imoin on the burin! ol Sir _Jolmv ;s so different. According to" Sir John s poet "they burled him darkly at deal! of night with lanterns' dimly burn- ing.- As for Honorary Rolonel John Wesley Allison, bur- ied him neatly In bioad daylight for tear of Sam returning." Which is to say that all these In- The members ot the Saskatchewan events like appointing n sec- eBlsMtnro inipiicated in the liquor! retnry to Ite Militia Department and out of public puttlne the boots to Sam's snide, pbn- r .miiloh I osopher anil friend. Colonel Jolin es- of imillMi-1 (ev nre pulleil otf llurlng bam b 'absence. Out of sight, out of mind, -----i----- that seems to be the motto ot Sams The Ontario potato crop is short. colleagues. BuMn sight, on our Alberta can supply the deficiency. Let, backs. Theirjourep thfv tlie Alberta producer and the Ontario' graft will liave to life. That will be part ment for their sins. for that complacent boUy and name has been removed from Hut 'that does not head 'T, Hies for other War Oil ces alt hough bo may line] It' more (Milieu I to business now that lie isn't colonol any more. It 'it state-d'with a sreat deal of It 'it frankii iess that .the only lohl helmp The pains of the allies on ihe west- r consumer get together and both- will i aim back I the h j home. n do is to tie him np while his is turned, because they haven't lo do, it when he comes Sam S.-.3 tho Kordeu Goveru- the British end of the Somme front crl and into Maurepas at the of the line, while placing them wart, the is on the spot. When lie Toronto, as a I imikes a Io Enslaud the spell That fellow i Io5e5 'its doesn't seem to be in the Robliniable to cross water and Sam has no t of situation absent J treatment. What is Sam's spell? Some say it Conservatives complain that Liberal j some say it fs a stunned as- ot eomoies. me ta.mg o, Leader Brewster is a knocker because j at his colossal nerve. No- will mark a huge advance in the allied! Me criticises severely the Bowser goy. body mentionsi love. rt front since the Ereat drive commenc-jernment in B. C. On September 14 t ed on July 1st. De {ollnd thal llle !'rovilu'r ture of Maurepas by the French has brought the allied line to within a few j a of Combles, the taking of which I i on Jlllv 1st. I will be found that the coast province San, which vies Developments of increasing Import-! is populated by these so-called, f.in.olii attachment between Hsu-ans i knockers, '.Mary and her little lamb. naiiKncss mm-vile i'....- Wuslev Allison was made a colonel was to ennble him to set bu.iness from people who like to (loa with colonels. Ot course Hie mot Hint ht was a colonel of Sir Sam's making and thus hail the oblique endorsement of 'the Dominion Government helped jorae too, but we need not dwell on this point. It dime out clearly enough in tlie evidence beforei tho Unit-Meredith Commission. Allison needed to be an honorary colonel m his business and an honorary colonel he was It will probably bo found that the late Honorary Colonel. John Wesley Allison is suffering less right 'now from the withdrawal of his hon- orary colonelcy than lie is from the falling off in business which is the direct resnii. One dues not imagine j that Colonel John Wesley Allison was f 'ever In love with the uniform, grand j as it can't wear the uniform when making fuse contracts in the United with his mil- itary duties, light as they were. No, indeed, he was an honorary colonel for the money there was in it, anil money, as Shakespeare says, Is a good soldier and will inarch. The episode throws a new light on honorary colonels. Broadly sneaking, such as are not honorary colonels for ornament are honorary colonels as Honorary Colonel John Wesley Alli- son is to say for the money there is in it. Let say the honorary colonels who made up the "infusion" of steel manufacturers al- ance are occurring in the Balkans, i knockers the Russians are swarming upon the Rumanian frontier and where Ru- Mary and her little lamb. _______ what makes Sir Sam love Bor- The Torv newspapers and would-be: den so" j oh Boruen s kind to bam manian troops are already gathered! newspapers are doing journalistic-. knmy for emergency along the border. and otherwise-somersaults these days; Am, there thc matter .stands. No- Russians are'prepared to commence! Wng to prove to a public, that knows has any better explanation Of course, the analojy Is not on all tours, HUSSians art: yiBpaieu lu their march on Bulgaria through Ru-i differently, that the election mania, the moment the intimation! Icy II. Dewart in Southwest Toronto comes that the allied pressure" has i n great Hearst victory. It reminds had its results and Rumania has decid-1 one of Kaiser Bill's Jut- ert to aid.the entente, by permitting 'and. It is to laugh, such a procedure on the part of the Czar's'waiting troops. In the meantime, while along the ._ Russian-Teuton front conditions are plain people have to possess him in comparatn elj quiet the Russians are the i ranks but then the Mr and developing their offensive in Armenia on large proportions and the Turks are John Wesley Allison has been, de- prived of his title. It's a pity that the evacuating important, positions before the Russian advance. Germany continues'. her Zeppelin because Premier Borden doesn't ap pear to be as-firm a character as Mary and Sam is certainly no lamb un- less it's the kind ot lamb one might raise ia PlttsSurg. but it's the only- comparison we can think o: that gets anywhere near the tender relations between tlie Premier and his most conspicuous colleague Sii Robert is true to the- last. He stands by Sir Sam as iong as Sir Sntn is here to stand by. It's only whea Sam is three thousand miles of blue water away luded to by -Mr. Lionel us make the -shells of this country and we care not who fires them. Let us fill the munition contracts of our 5'ou I beloved Canada and we don't care I who" BUS the trenches in Flanders. Let others do their get ours. Thus honorary colonels in the manu- facturing or commission business are no great hogs for glory. They are content to remain honorary colonels 'Esn classes have had black sheep thousand miles 01 ume amongst them at times, ja few of from JQb m Keeping a close eye rom them ge are L0 ai p Borden may expect to get hack his r must be consultea nrst--Premler -Bordea sticks .-.to that. ase J scandal The Borden camp site fight for their country. some eighteen thousand acres bought through Borden may expect to get back his spine and rescind these hasty orders- in-council. Nobody will .ever believe and a round figure of twehe dollars onto bye-election per acre he declared was allowed, bv tanvasser complained that the Conaer ,he tl.cn Minister of cand.date had to carry Camp Hon A. E Kemp Several ago. Harden and the Borden-Hughea-AIUaon ot lhe Tor-jthat John .Wesley. Allison is Conservative flnally disposed of Sam an- ,Uien the plated billing this same land for tt militia camp site options from the owners were secured on nearly tbe area at from fifty cents to two dollars per acre. The contrast in methods and prices, said Mr. Grange, would be. the subject of investigation at the nest session of Parliament Mance at Ottawa, stating that the reaidentia, course, tbe usual Conservative news- paper will say Dominion affairs did not cut any figure, but the Conserva- tive canvasser's first hand knowledge Isiihe most dependable information. WARNINGS TO TWO-GOVERNMENTS The Toronto World, the paper owned und edited by P. Maclean, If.P.. the Southwest Toronto election, spoke out so plainly that it f the of tberidin. Of L tear.and laid a wreath on th superpatriot's Is Not Dead Yet There is reason to believe, indeed, Jiuver auimuuci vuc uinuriius. Frank'.Bailey gap back profits theVqther daj'-r-incidentally it shows what; a generous idea of price the old Shell .CqnfjuiUtee that is no boost' ,fbj the honorary colonels because is hot an honorary doesn't want to be. Qf .course Colonel John Wesley Allison deserved ail he got as an honorary colonel who incautiously the public an inkling of how much money an honorary colonel can make when'he-has the. Friendship of the Minister br Militia- behind him. No nea.._, He was ori the way, sc we are told, Lethbridge Day, Wednesday, Aug. 30 Special Train leaves Letlibriflge at 1.30. Return fare, adults, Soe, children, 45c. IX OPEKA HOUSE IX THE EVENING.- James MceUs, Pi-cs. Kay Knight Manager S. Fariihain Kimnall, Secretary one wastes any pity on him. He j e was or te way, so we are to, to save. fifty million dollars for the slnce the T? vnrtka is posited in Russian vodka Is credited with causing the prosperity of the masses in war time British Empire, but he changed his mind and saved a lotj for himselt. .Which'reminds us that the old Shell _ Committee saved Uiirty-two million dollars for the British Empire, which Becoming abaorbod in a is a sign that they had eaten heartily I billiards while sitting on the __A sill three stones from tlie gr Abolition of I in Carleton county, nve other seats in the New Brunswick legislature arc and were suffering from indigestion. sill three stories from tbe ground, at 35? Bast Queen Street. Toronto, Wil- liam Lyons lost his balance and fell gone on a journey to the United States where he is, still.'.'scratching there were signs of returning appe- where ne is sun tite. Baron Thomas suggested that thc in connection with the Mun- melon be taken out of the Ice box _ .1 I diirl aoiit tn TVhiph ivat; scalp. some of which have been un represented for many months. Tho, opposition party is now demanding that these be: filled and has served papers on Hon D T Landrj clerk of the'crown in chancery and provincial secretary and treasurer to issue writs for two in the city of St John Und in the counties of Albert Kent and Gloucester; had been made to division headquar- a ters of his recent action in holding a passenger train for 20 .minutes so that milk could be procured for a sick baby on the train. Later he was astonished at receiving a letter from B. P. Bush, of St Louis, receiver of the road commending his action. our act proved that railway officials ana employees place the interests of humanity above even railroad dis- cipline wrote Mr Bush. itions Board at -Ottawa. He scratched once too often, and far too hard even and seat to England. accordingly. Which was done H. F. Gadsby. !Maycr Hardie in urging equal pen- sions to officers and men is voicing al- most tbe unanimous "opinion ot tbe Canadian 'people. There should be no! difference in our acknowledgement of j the sen-ices of these men. As Mayor Hardie say? it was not right that the men .who1 at tbe very outset of th Picked Up In Passing may .have wakened some sleepers at Ottawa and Toronto said: ..__ Never wab there such a smashing of'who did not wait for the opportunity idols as in Toronto >esterday. Frank Cocnrane and Wa'lace Nesbiti. the orricers. _._i'wel( as at the present time, who gave up much to go quickly and who did not wait for the opportunity to secure a commission but went as nrivates, should be treated differently two principal champions oE Interna- tional Mckel were scattered. So the matter of pensions from those the Hearst government and Hearst, as i who refused to go unless they went the Cochraie nickel flated premier of Ontario. Hearst kneii what Cochrane wanted and be. pat iB with him. Xes- bitt knew what he wanted and made Cochrane stand for It. Tiie' World 'will.go .on in the fight until the policies changed and national and imperial policy take the place of the discreditable squandering of the control of our nickel and other metals to a hostile state and federa- tion bound dir the-destruction of the liberties of the world According to the World both the Ontario and Ottawa .Governments are In heed of a dajs beiore the Toronto election it "It the Conservatives at Ottawa and ia Toronto are not wakened up by a rude jolt in regard to nickel and some' other questions it looks much aa if a dissolution or a re-organization of that party is at hand. Whether that reorganization Is to pave it re- mains to be seen. But. .let the two Cabinets no on as they are going on now and they will so'on finish a great party We all know how the Ross 'government went to pieces'; bow the Conservatives went to pie'ces in 1896. and how the Eoblin government went to pieces m Manitoba because they would hot hslen to advice from their OWIt IrJanda, something may be to now. Woodstock, Ont, faces an ice fam- ne. C. W. Turner, a prominent Citi- zen Campbellford, Ont., for many years, died suddenly. At London, Ont., Bishop Williams presented colors, the gift of Sir Adam Beck, to the 142nd battalion. A n'ew battalion the has been authorized in Peterboro County. Ma- jor W. D. Johnston :s to command it. Rev. W. B. Danard, a superannuat- ed Methodist minister in the London conference, is dead. The St. John N.y.. city council has voted for relief of sufferers in the recent Ontario forest fires. Sir Richard Biddulph Martin, chair- man of Martin's Rank-, Limited, and well known as a financier, died in England. William P. Clough, chairman of the board of directors of the Northern Pacific .Railroad Company, died in New York, aged 71. A schooner has arrived at Phila- delphia to load tons of coal for first shipment of coal from that port to France. White pine suitable for making, butter boxes is needed in New Zea- land: The domestic supply of white j I pine is rapidly becoming exhausted. BAKING POWDER Two cases of infantile paralysis have been found among .a group of In- _ dians from the Mtincey Reserve, pull- I The Thomson paper mills at New-1 ing flax in Uullett township, Ontario. 1 burg. Ont., will be reopened by a new company. Dr. Thomas D." Love, or Atlanta, Ga., declares that he has converted Canon Corkery, one of the; him backyard Into a garden which priests in the Ottawa i produces enough to teed twelve 1'am- Rev best known Valley died at Pakenhaui; Ont. BAKING E.W.G1LLCTT COMPANY LIMITED TORONTO. ONT. One hundred and sixty .Victoria Crosses had been granted for valor from the outbreak of the war to raid- July. London has started classes for the. training of women butlers because the women waiters have been such a success. The German. _ .Foreign Minister denies that uermany opposes the sale of the Danish West Indies lo Uni- ted States. Half of year's orange crop.from 000 boxes. ilies. A U the owner of what is said to be the only watch of the kind in the world In which a lever oscillates and winds the spring with every step that he takes. Miss Maud Younger, a labor agi- tator and uplift worker, has opened a school in Washington, D.C., where she will teach lobbying organization methods and street speaking. James McKeever. of although totally blind, drives his "'own automobile when somebody else is caJ lo give him directions. He the .Malaga district. Spain, went lo j has taken the aiitnmabjfe apart and London. The crop amounted lo It tognlher. nfinln mlliout assist- nnn I aiice, Ho also is a talented musician Will You Save From Your Vacation Fund To Feed a Hungrjr Belgian Child From Now lo 1 Over in devastated Belgium thereare three million people-a few or wounded _ men, many women, and a million ormore children- vrtio are thinking, not of Holidays, but of the next meal. They are .flee to tace! jyita starvation, and saved frcjn it only by the Belgian Relief fund. The war that has left fern destitute hag brought prosperity Co Canadi We are Planning vacations, to be spent in plelsant places, in the free enjoyment of plenty. Can we, with clear consciences, indulge in our usual little holiday extravagances here, while children over there pinched and haggard for want of the plantest .food How easily each of us-hfcluding. the reader -could cut down vacation Five Dollars and turn the money over to Fund I In the efficient hands it would feed a Belgian cl- Christmas, or the family of a Belgian Soldier for two whole months.