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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBKIDGR DAILY WEDNESDAY, Ai'GUST 30, 10lfV letbbriofle toevalfc HiUcrta DAILY' A.ND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Jally, delivered, par )aily. pel' year ilily, by mail, per year VoeKly.'by ami. per year TELEPHONES Office .'dliorlal Oftico IP; ,_.f oncomni vnleflrUy green com. We 'don'- know wlin means but if ii Is necessary w of lr of inorlals are willing io John L. Giirvm. editor (if Hu> Uu ilon Observer, Hint llritai has simply asldi> all spoi-uliitio' !si.OO iibuul tin-' duration or the war. UK- per IS.C5 I (rum ton to Iwtlom lioins (lelci ;1'05 mined naw'-'lo make it a clean thins. I H m.iy lie safely said. Mr. Garvin' vlliuks, Iliat tlie killinK has only just besnn. The Ur iiN FOR THE SUSY MAN The rather ot Henri Uourassa died in Sunday. Cnut. C. I'. Bullock, a woll known mariner, died lit Granby, Quo. K........... ____ Thus. (Sow, ot Paris. Ont.. was the will bf solidly I victim or a fatal auto accident. Anlnii- V. AIi-Kinley. clerk ot the a Lilians ro the Hungary and j hi.- allies (tavetoimig their offensive; mains t tlie Bulgarians on two side? j rom the south, it begins to look as if j .recce would be the next nation toj cad the handwriting on ihe wall and ome in with the allies against the] i vj paper continued licaiion. while :in English paper at Mario -A-a? closed up. had been He said that Sergl. Smith eemed on stirring np u-ouble. Col. llobiuson deployed he Twelve deaths resulted from; vol. tioumson uepioi-eit uu tlie disastrous forest fire of last week termed "linoe'sing" and said that wheu 'near Xew Oni. the war was over would be time 1! __ (enough co go into u detailed land Edmonton is now a divisional point settlement. Rumania iiss called her entire An American Free Trade league has established. It favors free trade, t- a pepce guarantee. Many prominent! on the G. T.'P.. ihe having Vmericaus are associated with the or- j removed from WamwriBht. Think of ir, a free trade; _, I movement in a country imbued with; of city clerk of Montreal, army, j A letter was reiid from K. B. Ben i utitt regrcttius inability to he present j anil referring to the ijiiestlou at issue, fenaior L. 0. David may resign the j In part it is as follows: protectionist sentiment. c States and throughout the world Ig suunon of (be contention that pro- 1 is JlMlf. fofn, of ,h.-. veil-equipped and prepared ior ierce struggle to assist the allies in verwhelmmg- The Aurftrians. Fierce figUung is tukiug pi ace in lis C'arpailiiitus, with success? for theij :omhined Russian-Rumanian army. Beyond this the only announcement }f interest in the. war circles yester- iay was the report of French success tr Verdun in assaults cu the Thiamont j I0f towartl secunn? and maintaining vorks. The Fr: nch statemout says peaw pt the world.u Unont protes.1 of President Wilson i l.iheral ancf retire from jame3 Cahill, farmer, ot Aldberougii BEa.i.Dst the British blacklist oC tirms lint hady and send me a copy, of the i died of lockjav.- as a result! effort maac to carrvmgon trade with the enemy. The resignation'.''If voii do not you'must! of injuries to his thumbs received T.itl, returned sol- Journal say- take the consequences." 'Tuese men j when leading a fractious calf. diers on terms and .conditions that The mome0iary excitement ov.-.-Uvere mechanics in the navy yards at Phillipsville." bc 'te what i-, spolten of as the English! and Pool.7. Kai.eriite. near Out., owned by I of Amnrican Itrms" illus-j thenl Ael[ weren't wm-th anything I hen H.-iskir.B. caught fire and was ld- it times past, where one- -nore the importance in i they orllers That's destroyed: j ECrip has been allotted to soldiers S ohl Torvis. for a to their nLoess to Whether it nas wise to publish a llatjgpi.rld of the plague on Sept. 14. I Qf Rev R j Sebn Adamsorii ami j in the United States f James Allan Frascr were drowned in which persons domiciled in the L'nitedj four private members of the j the Grand river at Paris, Ont. Kingdom are forbidden tu trade, The Wrigley are constant friends to teeth, breath, appetite and digestion. Women relssh the refresh- ing, comforting influence of this toothsome, long-lasting -confectipn.' Its benefits are many cost small. That's why it's used around the WOlldo Nothing else can take its place. Write Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., for the funny Mother Goose book. ias of spec- nlators .wnilont becelt to tlie slate and little to the soldiers." William Dyke was sentenced to four inoiiOK at the-Toronto; jail'farm fqri GREECE NEXT, SAYS GERMANY selling heroin to a girl whom officers i i I'paskatchewan legislature have been it as likeH to oe an indirect wa. of trading cneair of -Fouud guilty of serious oifences bj the Great Britain w he a question, hut! Brown-BWdod Commission, it is wor- there is no question about the right of j thy of note as the Winnipeg Free have heen trying to the. habit, j Berlin, Aug. London, Aug. the Bitish to forbid its: points out" that "In all tin? !j the appearance, objects to trade wirh tao e .firms. It j bi investigation not a abred of! Of the taxi-cabs plying in the; of Ronmania in thc war. the Lokal An-i is not an n ith any ngbt B nntnrnn I London srea. 2.000 will zeiger saysr of or of anybody! endence was _ adunced at G o'clock each even- j must espect that Roumanla's within the of the United j in the direction or any political owing to tho shortage entry into the war will also infliience j except o fir as that the the j intidentalH affected m preventing j tjie proTillue ami the organized liquor j Word has tKat a for-1 ment. Tlie Greek army was demob-i England trading with i T} nerhaDs fe-v eov-1 raor resident of Thorold. Ont., Andrew ilizcd according to the wishes of the the enenn o1" Fnglaiid rhiough those! H 5 ij crocket jr died at Buttc. entente. Foreign troops are 'now -in ictmg m the interest ot'ernments in Canada m equal in a railroad I standing on Greek soil. U is.easy! thct enemy j which could show as clean a record.; to recall to the colors under threat- So far a-- t! ere is an oifence for the temptation to make the organ-j _ I ening guns, an army just sent home. OIQ bnited Slate the authors of liquor trafnc an ally of its poli-) O r, Clipperton, B.A., a graduate of "No matter many new enemies J aie v-ithm it-; junsdiction j ri" nr_nizatl0n biie that roraes to Vlcidria College, has accepted the: Germany and her allies will continue undertake to carry on. that trade for or.amratjon one ,bat w f modern !anEUagc ma5ter in j to fight with conSder.ce until-final vio- Enghslimen who are uo'aUng the law all governments.; The litmor traffic Collegiate Institute, tory is theirs." of their own countrj know well j not only willing to help a govpnimentj if presses its system beius? used with Jt volts. Supt. Russell, and Incpectors O'- Brien anu Williams are yet to he ex- amined and. Chief -Inspector .Graham Mrs. Hope, relict .of the late Hon. Adam Hope, died at Hamilton, aged 95.. enough that-tliere are German cfefns, '-which keep up some sort of Germany for her benefit and1 their own profit. They have o.j (or a vices upon tha'govemment. every wav poaaibift to put the aathnri- Ported billed in _ Lieut. F. JI. Iletherinston. .1 well JIajor L. O. Webster, of Calgary, re- raiown lawyer killed in action, was an cm- 'right to take all'the of'doing ro.jUes under obligation to it. This is Our doe rot try to pre-j governments of long-staii'diug are rent it and the British government has raost certain to develop corrupt rela-j no right to tions with'the liquor trade: aud -.vhen own from lomg it through j specific and formidable charger, wore.; to these intermediaries if it can. tindrmatie some against that n if ic attempung.. scotf. government were those to he ajre of faots and be cautiousL.ho that there might be a basis' thttl founiiation for them- ll is" firms need heartening to learn that this gov- Adam announces that the tit make it clear that thej aro not act- j eminent, which has a" "fine record of, Ontario Hydro Commission has.de ing tor subjects m any trading! with England s enemies and stop do-! i Calgary "uattslicn 15 months ago. and Sentiment of the country will not up- free from this cpritamlriiuiou." kent itunif.Heating the transmission line with aii lias K_pi Additional double circuit line' from! Dumlas to Toronto, j iy Jliane iL Uteai luai. iiicj HVL j ...i..JeiK, >V1I1UI1 H. ItllU I'JUUl-.' 'JIH.ai iw ia..uju v.uiiituiroiuv IIQ.-J, ing tor subjects m any trading! ten .yeara of progressive legialation cd to apend a r once in dup with knglands enemies and stop do-! ,.__ i..... licatins the transmission line with aii 1ng it if been acting for them, and then the mailer can doubt- Jess be so far. as yiey are cohcorned. If-they-persist in doing it they have no right to call upon our govcnimcnt to shield them in it. and they will gain nothing by trying it. Tim tne country win nor up- ___ ___ Thes had better keep -that keeps in any climate, their heads and it is to be hoped that- frrcatest i hold them SllininCir 1 The old-fasshioned dreamy .will j i simnlant the acrobatic tnneo In the ready- cooked, ready-to-eat JIULj win Void to thcirfa Tho" people, at nutriment, in smallest Iirge are prettv sure to regain theirs after those who shout at thc.rD as if something awful had happened recover i their senses. War in Europe is no excuse, :for hysteria in America every ;tlmo something unuxpected haiipflnB. Kastoria, we are told, has been oc- ftjpied b'v tht. But then, tlic children will still cry for it. The fellow with thc most pull with the-Cariadian Liberal leader at present ie the Ottawa'dentist supplant the acrobatic tango In the ball rooms of the nation, if the Nation- al Association of Dancing Masters has any influence. In convention at go the dancing professors decreed that! SUOOiieS the greatest jthe tango must go. The waltz, the] one step aim tlie ros trot win no uiel fashionable favorites this season. Ckase t-Sanfeorn's, Coffees haw been dependable for A more than fifty Tvro Germans recently escaped from ilio Koft Henry. detention camp at Kingston. Evidently the "escaping" germ hjis been carried east, for it is no longer I ethhridge. Spokjne Spokesman-Review liLILt tlilwllt. is Shredded Wheat Biscuit, the ideal Summer food, because it supplies every- thing the, human .body needs in a form that and quickly digested. 'Combines delicibusly with fresh fruits. Always clean, always pure, always the same price. Made in Canada Factories will have (o stop blowing their whistles, no bells shall ring, horns bo blown or unnecessary or fin- usual noises be made In the city of Braiitford, If Mayor Bowlby carries out a campaign for the upholding of the law which be now has in mind. All thu above things are contrary to Brantford bylaws, and ft la.the chief magistrate's wishes that they fieose. The senators (if tlie United States put it on the poor representatives all thc time, writes Ihe correspondent of the Nnw York World. Tho senators gef shaved frse, while the niemliers of tha lower chamber desiring to their 'chins of hirsute adornment pay the barbers in the House'base- ment. In the upper chamber, how- over, the Henator-is furnished with a barber's attendance free of cost _ to him. The government pays. In H, 1 and 2 pound cans. Tine Ground for Pcrco- fan Ilcusc. It might have (aknn Phil- j lips two or three minutes to roach the spot where his body was found, after he had left hittj on his way out, and he was near the second fan house when the flash' of lightning which might set ihe mine off, startled [him. He thought he might have I open fue minutes in reaching that point after Ira-ring- Phillips. Hays being recalled said to Mr. Graham that lie thought that severity- [five r.er cent of the roofing in the if haulage ways had been caved by the j He had found evidence oi I coking in nhic and IRII west and in f eight west. Some of thc stoppings i were blown out. He described what took place nn- der his oixservation during tlic .time [immediately following the explosion. 1 The record showed feet ot air per minute going in at the fans anrt. on. Atigu'st 4th it showed !cubic 'feet, j test ing the different splits he found th'at about fent naasing through them tlius ishowin.i; a loss: of but ten por cent, which ne considered a good showing. On August 8th' tliere wore nii rfien 'on'the morn ing shift, on the af- .ternoon shift and 12 on the fatal -shift. .There were nine animals in i the mine at the same time.' There, j were three brattice m'eii, thrco fire j bosses and two shot Afooutj 28 shots were fired in the 24 hours.; The mines worked with an out-put of 480 tons. There was shooting done in ten of thejsfghtecn working places. He considered he had an excellent i wet. of fire bosses, and could always depend upon their reports. His at- tention was to tho fact that! the. report hook'showed that only two reports had been entered on of .July, but hn did not 'remember why this happened. There were but. tow on tho. 6th, but this had been. be- cause the nitno was idle and tho Hi" bo.s.scs allowed lo lay off shift. system had bnen in usn for some nine an Belgians arc Starving While Canadians Have Our Heroic Allies Deserve More Help than We are Giving An accident of geography, and the fortunes of war, have Bel-iura to tlie cold-blooded, calculated cruelty and attempted starvation of the German conquerors we in Canada, secure from clanger, are making money out of the War. Legitimate though our profits are, we surely owe a. substantial shave of them to our Allies, who are destitute because they dared stand up f i lliti- rights and defy the eneni) h e -n mi bareb ciuubl to help 1 ccp the Belgians alive. More of net1 irecllnn, for help tltc-ir n rt sources nrc. c h irstcd T. id cvcrj one of >ne nulhons, I should 111 s mcthing inore than the three slices of ii c d nnfl ti e pint of soup which is all the Kelief Commission can supply out of f contribiuions If you Imc been hdpn g do more it you Hi till wir is Bel giiim i fifL 'f >ou have jiol gnen yet i ill in ike lip lost tune with a til tirfc6Jtnbiiu.il? Beltirstill cverj mouth, enough to feed one or more.Belgian families, at the rate of each per month? j Whatever you can afford to give, send youif subscription weekly, monthly, or in one lump sum to Local or Provincial Committees, or Sentl Cheques Paiibltll trrasLttr Relief fund ;S9 St.' Peter SI., Monlreal. 2'8 Feeds a Belgian-Family ;