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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 2i 1915 D-.t Ft [FOUR I OAILY AND WEEKLY. i tUMCRIPTION RATES: rt'verca, per yosr..... r msll, per yesr...... Waskb. by mail, per rear...., 1.00 1.00 eiCKEDUPIN lASSING F.pk THE EUSV MAN LEIHBRIDl PEOPLE TELEPHONES: MttMlal Oftlce 1221 W. A. Buchanan John Terrsnes Uanacbu Director Business Manajoi _ _____ CONTINUED Dr. Thos AVylie cv-M.P.l'. lor West An'rito s vder 1-osl! a double obfert-l. oner our saluUt- Hoitoi lS vJns fatally stunp ly grand old Hag, and to bees as he tried to hive commpmoralc thc.birthday oi the Do- minion ot Ca.iatiu, At the state fair of Minnesota a whole block (if buildings will U burned to .how the work o! (iron.cn. the flag may ROUND THE CIRCLE Of. THE WAR Tie' Germans have torpedoed an- other British liner, with the. loss of nversl Vmerican lives, and specula- tion te once more rife as to what the 'united States will do about it. The fact that the liner was being utilized us ii transportation ship tor horses Js tne explanation or the small loss of. life, does not make Germany's rssnonsibilltv for the destruction of life without warning any the less. The Allies have made excellent pro- JausUvc examination lor 'powdery couid be'greater than "to think, scab. that saint-ins the Hag is uimmiort-1 The Grand Master of the (irand I allt. Lodge A. P. and A.M. o! Britibh U. LoiItP A. r. mi" umbia is W. C. Ditmars of Yaucoi.- With b'ort George now officially changed to Prince George, iels, formerly of VK-tonar magistrate. The idle railway shops at Keve- stoke arc suggested by the hoard of trade-as. available for making shells Chinaman went to the police court with an artistic scar painted on his face as prooi of High Commissioner's! oflke announces that orders for jam 'The salutation to the flag breeds patriotism-devotion to ones country at all times, and moic especially m times of strife mid tribulation. r, I "Our Ihe-llie Union Jack-stands S f'r I stands for more than any other lla_ HMri-'ihat flics over the universe today, inasmuch as it stands for individual and collective liberty to a greater population than any other that flies under the broad canopy ol heaven -1 than anv other flag stands for in our generation or any generation in the history of the world. There Is ven little "aid of the oper- ations in France and it is difficult to ascertain juit w hat is going- on there -The Germans are evidently preparing a new drive against the British arid French. York sewer, blew off two man i holes and injured several children a I play HOW CANADIANS WON THE V. C. OUR POINT OF VIEW J Saskatchewan Union of Municipal Itics wants school boards chosen bv the councils Now is the chance for the union of school boards to advo ;vsie the appointment of councils by the trustees vanced dressing station in some farm A. note in Tne Globe of Toronto re- which were The Victoria Cross has been awarded to the iollnwmg Canadians: i Capt Francis Alexander Caron bc-rimeer medical ofliccr, Hth bat- talion son of Rev Principal Scrim- him' his, C is officially de- scribed as follows. "On. the after- 000 pomts, and reported as nearmg a close, has brought news from Den- amitv with those to whom they gii offence bv recognizing the error and cultivating friendship where enmity had been engendered" by acts that were unwisely and wrongtully under- most outstanding- blunder was the alienation of our kinsmen in tie United States from the folds of tlie 'Union Jack. This was conceived m; 1 ignorance and consummated in an arrogance that could not be counten- 'anced today. From this alienation, has been consummated along British lines a new nag and a new national- i pies.and leads the way to more lightened individual and colleen.i; j "Thev have helped the Union Jack bv the'Stars and Stripes so very ma-i terially that I think we stand today' 'as two separate entities for.the same but along different lines, so the Globe, to liken it to .the war, out the longer it lasts, the deeper will the nations find themselves in the hole. greatest amongst the wounded at the Ironl. Col.-Serqt. Hall's Heroism Sir William Osier, oL To- ronto, protests in a letter to the Lon Lon Times against the assumption that the war has shattered-GsBsUan faith, .aaylnE "Faith, worth, having, in the present crmfi has been mobilized. Faith Is everywhere manifest whose made perfect in the sacri- fice In these troublous days when to maw God's providence seema estranged, It behooves us to strength- en weak hands, confirm feehls kneea, f__ihe past ten months less for what, has been and face the future i ge begotten of confidence In our cause tions. ns. Our sailors arc standing watcn and guard over- the seven -great seas, Is a real war It is going to r''be a long war, and it is for us, every one of us, veteran and youth, to do' our full part. This war must be fougkt out to the ead German) must be thoroughly beaten, and the .allied troops must enter anil take her cities sad ports It must he hammer-' ed into the'heads of the military auto- crats of Germany that they are well and'thoroughly beaten Patriotism and -ctilhmtioil both demand it. We must set our teeth and go right throueh. with it And when the war u must tee to it that no fool diplomacy gives back what our men have died for To do IPES, to leave tie German foe In a position to repeat wmid be disloyal to all who have sac- rificed themselves to our cause. It would as though we had spat on tae graves of the brave men who have died in this struggle with savagery" _-Col. Ota- T. Dewson of Toronto. The, Victoria Daily Times thus out I IBM position of British Columbia, where a change that would tiite adnlmitrattoa lor exploitation it apparently needed even worse than It IM in Manitoba to a large oar resources have been administered for neither revenue nor ivelopment As Sir Richard Mc- de stated in the legislature, large of land are being held bjr i and the treasury is owed M.OOO on overdue pay- __.. has no attempt collect this amount, I interest, is grow- but under cov- recently the ;the debtors _ _ ufl anu gdaiu uii-i- rnlnr Srref 'Frederick soul of our. great doing their ,duly laithfullr well 4s I said at another slgSf ?l mur and with only the one determin- ation that the enemy shall not pre- vail They are fighting with the faith and hope and chantv that nil the "7 bosoms oi all good men {or thpmaiB- nflghhorhood pf St Julicn, he went ce o[ thf sacrcdness oi their forlard with a mackme gun ot which fce was m charge, under heavv TiieJ knov that fire, and most galiantlv assisted in h h d thc attributes, pi good- covering the retreat of a battery, los- chanty, thes would inE four ot Ms gun team Later, ai- come a sounding brass and obtauims iour more mm> ne wen tii rrortallv -wounded in the head." Lance-Corporal Fisher's Exploit Lance-Corp Frederick Fisher, 13th hattalion, was awarded the Victoria Cross because "On April 23, in the forward again to the firing line....... jnd was himself killed while bringing his machine gun into action under and soldiers will t thej re- 1111, T very heavy fire in order to cover the advance of supports ____________ CANADIAN PACIFIC NATIONAL PATRIOTIC WEEK Winnipeg, July 1st to 10th, 1915. Fare and One-Third loi- thc Bonud Trip. From all Stations In Alberta and Saskatchewan. ON SALE JUNE 2Mh TO JULY 4th. FINAL RETURN LIMIT JULY 12th. Further from any agent or DAWSON, District fssstngcr Afent, Calgary. CANADIAN PACIFIC EEL'S of Men's Summers vVir Entire Stock in the market. Prices have been cutto bone to make you buy. See us for your Summer Suit, Si SALE OPENS rt" Panama. Special to EXHIBITION Good going June July 6. Return limit July 9. Dominion Day Excur- sions Going Dates June July 1. Return Limit July 5. information from Ticket Agent. DAWSON, ialgary. turn or not 'their names bhall written higher on the roll of fame Uian has ever name been written he- lore, and th" living shall only write it in a smaller degree than the dead who shall not have died in vain Liv- ing and dead shall ever live m the ion.! nremorv of grateful tounti) not onlv m this hut ill genera- tions ot Britons yet to come The radiant glories ot the sun setting be- hind our western lnlli> shall be as nothing compared with the glories onr soldiers shall have radiated over the whole universe under the canopy of the great blue skies of a ransomed from a damning kultlir that a great but misguided people have undertaken to make swallow, "And on this great dav-the hirth day of a great thank God with the fulness ol our overnow- hearts, for tne great pirt our soldier are in the con- flict that is waging today When shall their glorv fade Oh the charge they made i' Such history can never die They are leaving to Can- ada her greatest heritage, the knovyl- edge oi a nohle task riotily done "Our birthday Forty-eight vears ago todav a nation was conceived and brought forth in liberty and riEliteousness, and our soldiers _._ the battle fields of northern France and Belgium are testing todav whe- ther a nation so conceived and so brought forth can endure I am sure that there is not doubt in the mmds of my hearers today but the decision shall he that a nation so concaved and so brought forth can and shall endure and fulfill the high calling for which only such oreat nation could he brought into evstence fulfill the duty of protect- ing her people and guiding them m the path of great endeavors and righteousness; to enable them to rise to untold heights of greatness, while instilling into their mmds the Kenllc spirit of forbearance that is ever the characteristic eft great men and great nations and encourage by clean, effective ami righteous govern- ment of the land "All hail our glorious flag, and all hail the land of thf Wave anil the home oi the Iiee All tail Canada Panama Hats Straws Genuine South American Panam" thit will keep your hod cool in these hot.days. have them in various styles: 56.00 and 17.50 vahies; Sale Price.. Straw Hat; Bale Straw Hat; Sale Price.........95C Soft and Stiff Hats and .values; Sale Price values1 Sale Price.......... Florshjnitford Shoes 16.00 aud valuial Shoes Y allies values; Oxfoicl Sliocs; IL'nce.. 53.85 54.35 53.45 MEN'S ATOKK SHOES CO QC Sale Price J5.00 Values- Sale Price J6.00 Sale Price...... inch OC tops Sale Pnie 30 Values; 12 inch (PC CC tops Sale Price BAIN COATS Sale Price Values- Sale Price 510.50 Values- Sale Price Men's Fine Suits Youna Men! We are the Sole Agent, for 'Faihion and 'K System' finest clothing made in models. A wide range and colorings received just prior the opening'of this .ale; every build ft- values; Sale Price---- S19.7f values; Sale Price..... values; Sale Special lot of Men's Tweed Suits, values, Sale Price ODD TANTS ,vuuo C5 ,I1LC .ta 53.95 nnluroy Pants ff O QR iinluro Pi ba. ouluro Pants CJ Qg WORKING SHIRTS In Black, Brown and Grey fast..- 25 v alues; Men's Hosiery (Seamless and-in all sizes and colors) 25c Hose; Sale -Price........ 15C 35c Pose; Sale Price........, 25C 50c Cashmere Hose: Sale Price...... -35C 75c an4 Silk Hose; Sale Price.. ,45c Men's Suspenders "Chester" ami "President" makes 65o nud 75e values; Sale Price -400 Men's Cambric Hdkcfs. 10r values; Sale Price Men's Work Gloves 00 values, gauntlets; Sale Price. -75C values, gauntlets; Sale Price. 5 1.35 Travelling Trunks values: Sale Price.. values; Sale Price-. Suit Cases values; Sale'Price.. values; Sale Price.. values; Sale Price.. values; Sale Price. Men s 50c values; Sale Pi 75c and 00 A allies, 60c values, 40c Thousand iMen's Including Arrow, Monarch, makes Don't fail to stock up prevail find values, Hale M> !thcr well known lie cut prices Note these Til Balbriggan Porou GJC values, Sale Pri< SI. 25 Union Suits; S3 50 Union Suits ;_ l, ilues nerwear Night 62.50 S3 Pyjama Sui KEEL, Oliver ;