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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE fl .Ictbbribge Hlberta DAILY WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dally; per year...... Dtlly, by mall, per year.....-. by mail, per THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY tectlve when specially provided for. With the hydro-pneumatic system, there is 'lllllo or no danger from cap- sizing as both sides of the vessel would contain water before damage, and after damage tho distribution of water between the Inner and otitei skins would be practically unaltered. TELEPHONES; Business Office Kditorlai IJ-JJ KISS 18J4 W. A. Buchanan John Torranes llananlnr Director Businesi .Mansse CONTlNUfclj all ready to receive tho crop. Hat- vest has IHHMI scarce, a number ot fields which ntoirar to Have been allowed to Ret dead Upe before cutting. Optimist' in this dis- .........L _ citrincr wtiCftl OUR POINT OF VIEW are not.uncommon, and three he ore and a half pounds seems to be 35'bushels oil. .an nvcr- >mmua. 1'roba.bly SO .rcr rent of ol iloii o _Nn_ x .ring wheat is now cut and w shock age x ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR YOUR KING AND COUNTRY NEED YOU NOW. The Toronto Telegram.sniffs at the honorary colonel business, now so common a practice hi Canada's mil- itia department, and very sarcastical- ly asks: "Why not pass Federal law p'rovidins that every male, inhabitant of Canada shall lie recognized as an hon. corporal in his birth certificate, grade. MILK RIVER Milk Uiver, Aug. 80.'- Tonilohr NOBLEFORD NobWonl, AUR. 30.-HnncsUtiK has generally bi'sun. With wonUii'r a1 major portion will M- completed 'IV Saturday ovcnlng. Weather foiidiflons conlhiuo A UlUo roil nisi Iwi no lliuilnBC TUESDAY, a-op "which had hen, I, pi lioUln. tho rORttlar fttoAor.; nil- about 30 luishi'ls. f.ome new machines and- two m turro ji'uls are coming iil'Ji'S mid heavily. QRA93Y LAKE Ctrassv l-skf. Atlg. is general over tho With hot, dv ripened very yoinu outside inachliiBH ure oxpcclod wlilini a wcclc to Btait tliroshinir.. The elevators arc ready and well equipped lu handle the orop. weather, crops have st during the past tw1 appeared, but little done. No (cost as yet. Kwrv indica- lion points Io a crop Unit vvill ox-, C0aiijr for the binder. Koine cced nil anticipations. Twine bus lt probably ripened too been usrd at the. rate o! as lush as; hlt0 [lax. Threslilnp; ,1 tbia'uoliit, !c Ilis. l'.cr acre of wheat and shock-, aucUV middle ol the v "is ol ryu done by the day has cost ns high Abou( K v............--. i mnjii'-i i ..j., acre. Thy supply ami M... ..took ,-ibiv some threshing done. No Rrain; wook. The crop, which M P r w to Masinasin. Tho price obtained was camc clu.ral the .lath, t Many of the farmers 70c per bushel. Paul Madjo iiclsued: A all farmers arc now hard at; t grain threshed )UV. t'l-i u'lu'-lfr .-.-i.l.. 41in trftltl cutting his large crop ol xyuriii is with bintlers working morning, noon and night. Repair? have been hard to set and there has been delay, _ but' the end of this week will see the mos., a (ow miles cast dav has bWcsi. cud of the crop rut, mid pos-1 threshing lilt) o! rj uoiit. uj __ Pi.. I..L.I ...nnl.- nnu ill, nit I work ill the fields, and the Successful in their efforts to drive and gaietted an hon. colonel when he attains the age of the Russians out of Poland, the Aus< Tro-Cierman forces lire now turning their attention to driving them back from Oaiicia. and after that is ac-1m corcplislied their next move will likely be through Servia. The fortress of Olita, in Poland, has ueen captured, ami Grodno, the last fo.-tre; inz In Hussian hands In Poland, is on the oJ surrenfisr. No or British paper ha; But though the Teutons have bcsa: a st r against the aisie to continue tbeir advance stead- Kaiser or Ule dominant ele- lly, the Husaian main armies have al- so been able to escape the encircling med Dennis, after the head of the O.P.K. Natural Resources de- partment. This would be a very good way of honoring a very emfceut west- cap I em" Canadian, Who has done much to- ss remain- ___. the country's development. iu Germany with more striking lanniaKe than Col. Henry movements, of the invaders, and com-1 prisoners paraiively few Russian have been taken. On the western front, from which little has been lieard for some time, thers has been -heavy artillery fight American journalist, in the Louisville Courier- hls pajer, Journal: "Nothing is surer than that the tri- umph of the arms of the Hoheuzol ,1 lern and the llapstnrg wou'id fasten ing 01 er the whole front, the aD50lutiE. imperialism, with all that it having, under cover of this, gained j more surely and firmly upon some important ground, while their big guns have done terrific damage to German trenches. TO THWART THE SUBMARINES A -warship witMn a warship Is like- ly to he tie answer to the question of how to protect surface fighting craft from the attacks of submarines and mines, according to Commander Mur- ray R. Sueter of the British Navy, whose new book, "The Evolution of the Submarine Boat, Mina and Tor- Is extensively" reviewed anfi compared with other expert data by "Naval Architect" in the Journal of Commerce of Liverpool of July 29.' i the people of Germany and Austria; that it would deliver a staggering blow to democracy and republicanism all over the world: that, able to absorb "the lesser nations, having j struck down England, France and Italy, the kaiser, combine thus puis- sant would turn upon us and give us the firit at life for our institu- tional exfttencs. Hence the Courier- Journal has said, and will continue to say, "To hell with, the Hohenzollern and the It wishes no ill will to the German, people. It has spoken no word ag; alnst them. But the war waged by the Allies against the kaisers Is aa much our war as their battle oi liberty against despotism, the German rule that force Seioial .Service MISSANABIE (Now) ..Oct. 9 META6AMA ..Oct. 16 13 METAGAMA (New) ..Nov. 20 For full particulars apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent or W. C. CASEY, Oieneral Agent 210. Portage Ave. Winnipeg 1 oats is cut. Cutting has been general j since about the middle of the week, [and the end of the present week should sec greater portion of the j crop safely harvested. Farmers report that IrOlll .IL-l-lllo LA, U" Y I je take" do conservacive L-touui..iv Coulee. Tho winter wher.. nrat 'heavy crop and the sprmg wheat u _ SET WHAT YdllWANT By Your Ticket OverTTie EstabluliB) 18S5 epcaffflfT Service BetUr SMUN65 After statins that nets have oreanic law, every living Am- erican" stands-ready to lay down his life Cause enough to fight we have already; but Back of Belgium and the -Lusltania looms the ultimate is- sue of freedom or slavery, and on that issue there is no division among na- ive Americans, should be none among German-Americans who are true to their oaths of naturaliza- tion, found Ineffective in warding off plosives from ships' sides, .and citing the case of the British battleship" Tri- recently sunfe by a torpedo in the Dardanelles, with all her nets down, the reviewer says: "Commodore Sueter remarks that it has.long been contended that a cushion of water or compressed air ii the best agent for minimizing an ex- plosive effect The adoption of this system would carry with it a greater system of cellular division, with in.- creased rapid flooding arrangements .and corresponding pump facilities, whereby it is thought that Injuries miehtuB minimized so as not to be too" disastrous, as IE' usually the case from submarine explosion-. To with- stand the pressure involved in this, all compartments would be to a severer test pressure during con- struction. A hydro-pneumatic protection would seem to be desirable, as it would pro- duce a counteracting force inside the huB that will overcome, or at least minimize, the force caused by sub- marine explosive In contact with the outer skin, and so lessen the effect of 'the inward force. When a ship touches a mine, or a torpedo hits a ship the centre of the explosive ef- fect is at the point of contact, and this effect radiates outward in all di- rections, but soon loses7 its power. "With a hydro-pneumatic system of protection the explosive force would give up some of its energy at the out- er sheM, and more energy would be taken up by the water plus the pres- sure of the air, and finally the re- maining force would he spent against the inner hull. If this were made structurally stiff enough, and provid- ed at intervals with relief hatches placed in watertight trunks in direct adian soldiers and said they were! gang working at pi 'masrniflcent specimens of man- j at isnburn. i ne She was doing relief work, too fast for tnem i as a nurse in Belgium. The tiny dog outfit at work. No RICKED UP IN IASSING f OR vest help, but at me -ilJn anceirs to be no surplus.. a certain way. conti'me, so to Mi Harvesting is now in III 1 swing PINCHER CRttK The acreage under crop in the dis- Pincher Creek, Aug. trjct js and the. yields are ther o! ll-e past week was almost {Q avcrage 35 bushels pec ideal lor harvesting. The heavy dews [or ivlicat aml 50 hushcls per :durins the night sometimes mates acre for oats. Some wheat fields are exceptional- ly heavy, taking between 4 aad j it rather late in the mornin I work in the fields could lie starim. iv umlMS But every favorable moment is being 0[ tvvinc to tie, and it will used to its limit, as the crops have not ii such fields reach i riuened rapidly and all grams v M bushel per acre mark. Ure almost ready for the binder. It, EDNA GOODRICH I :s and former wife of Nat ean Ml P Is hisneUls is demonstrating the fact that pro- -Tious Estimates of yields here have in Uie world. district yet. of the big I'lowing, and has not ing iu this summer fallow wheat y, 1 avcrage of about 40 THE CANADIAN BANK _ or "m RESERVE FOND, S13.500.000 SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest av the current rate "is allowed on all deposits of SI and Careful attention is given to every account. Small accountl nre welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more with-. irawals to bo made by any one of them or by the survivor. wai acres, ol fall _ m Lethbiidge Branch R, 1. Brymner, Mgr. John.Dawson, who had been a resl dent of Sault Ste. for 40 years, is dead. Drastic amendments of the indus- rial disputes investigation act next session Is foreshadowed at Ottawa. Miss touise Cole, eighteen years of age -of Niagara Falls, was accidental- y drowned at Baysvflle, Muskosa. Mre.'Daman of .Elgin Mills was in- iured and-her buggy smashed -when strsck by an automobile, the driver of which made away at once. A dispatch from Rome says the Balkan League is to be reconstructed with a provision for putting an army of. one million men in the field. The United States proposes to con- trol the finances of Hayti and to pre- vent the cession of territory by- that country to any nation, hut the United States. Quebec province, after donations o more than to Britain and th i J tnlllkc in direct mole Ulau LA, ijiitttm nuu fc." connec ove the waterline so as to take otf the unexpended gases caused by the explosion, much damage to the vitals might not occur. Commodore Sueter does not s.uggest that it would always be necessary to carry the water in tho spaces between the two skins, but when in the vicinity of mines or torpedoes it would be done. In tho usual way they would be empty, leav- ing a higher freeboard and a higher gnu platform for fighting in open wa- Such a tank system would that the ship Itself would be all contained In an inner ckln, which would 'be from 10 to 15 feet from the outer skin. The air compressors could always be kept In dan- gerous waters, and a sufficient pres- sure maintained in the tanks to be of greater service. "Numerous cases have arisen vessels have capsized after being damaged on one side by a torpedo or mine explosion, and it docs uot seem dilficult to provide large vaJves which can he immediately opened to the sea, so that certain special com- partments on the opposite side to the damaged- one can be quickly Bonded to compensate for the loss of buoy- ancy on the damaged side. This has actually been done In several vessels damaged hptore the present war start- ed, hat" In thcF.e cases, far u Is known, 'bo. special arrangements were If, however, it has been shown possible to do It with the ordinary 'chip arrangements, it seems toleraWy chip arrangements, it seems that the plus for the last financial year of ahout Mrs. John Clement Crampton, near Ingersoll, 25 years of age, was instantly killed by. lightning while rid ing on a load of oats from the field to t-He barn. Corporal! J. M. Christie, a Carman Manitoba, man, in the Princess Pats had his life saved through, a German fejHet striking a New Testament in the left breast pocket of his tunic. Peter Robb, aged four, son of Car Molten, Victoria avenue, Regina died this morning as the result injuries received yesterday when h fell with an all-day sucker in hi mouth. The sharp stick -was force into his head, concussion of tie brain resulting. A warrant for the arrest ot Mr. Jos- eph W. Harris, a prominent contracto of Montreal, was sworn out et th instance of Mr. Rudolph Langloia, citizen, before Judge Lanctot, th charge being the theft of a cheque fo .Canadian prisoners of war in Oe many, whose pay' Is being held ft. them, pending their rtfease, have, i a number of instances sent direction to have it Invested In the certificate connected with the British war loar Varying according to rank, the a cumulation of pay will he conrlde able and investment In the way ind cited is both ot a safe as well as pa (B) Lessons in Field Telegraphy, (-2) PtiJlibUiaj, the white sn (1) Sir R.-Bad visit to Je roil. vrerk done by the boys boys c.n bold their own. The badge; The Chief Scout for Canada Is th. to devote their whole time io the mov both ntnwork, an services of a 1-rovinclal aeeretary and alatt io nmminpnf nnsilinn OB the line of march During their stay In Eng- Olnkrta 120 .Beers and Sco.ts. who were better facilities to onjoj cimp lite .re to be found U Ihe Mine of the Coronation Kins; a. livish style. Camping no doubt forms the principal part auu t, t ls the playground for l.nd which lasted some -six weeks, the boys were cntertaiiiea ls'made by the splendid twin service of the C P R., d' d j n1lies frota IIontrea I. than the bMUtlffli Laur.ntlw Mountain. north of the Montrea, Boy Scouts have tWIr camp f arc. all that cbuld be desired Mo.troler" tn comfort jrdm 200 to 500 yards wide, where fac tie. while a l-each tarther down t' The propt-rty comprises over 300 acres, with a JO: yards fresa the shore are only 'or the Use of those who cm, swin-j, and ten large A ,.ndly bnllt wharf with fw "BTt ii g, "i ITS when Uri tables are the most expert nwlminers. wmie a BIUI inr wriner The comprises over aachtireil ZO yai-ds frosa are on y 'or the use of those who can swin-j, and ten large A Mildly bnllt wharf with a uprl .gboard.and nB itotllta'co'lirtitB of three sailing dashles, six 176 boys; when the tables are cleared aw.y Vercheres row boats. Ideal plac, ntorage pi prs overoisht a milt. Emmie UIUSMICS, 175 boys' nnd when Uie laoies are cicarco awiiy nmnco IB given up far a country Is thickly weeded 11th Innumerable ana nu-caiua u town without several bndicw Uwt i are ;