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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f (KM! rout UK letbbttbae Hlberta WkiLY AND MATH: by lull, ye WMklr. by-mall, (4.110 i.OO 1.00 TELEPHONES; Editorial W. A. BuchaMll The ChaSmprs Reddens Mill and wood-working factory at Kentvllle, N. S., was burned lo the reports" enlist- ments In the forces to be Keen and all details up to strength. An experiment in mushroom vul- ture is being tried by j. w. Hallett John TorranM w. A. llanaidbt Director Buslneaa Manaier ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR H is evident that the Teutonic forces are concentrating their entire effort now upon their drive towards and their attempts to cap- ture the Polish capital. This, they believe, .will place the Russians at a -real disadvantage for the remain- der of the war. The Russians are continuing to retreat before the Teu- ton rush, but their rear guard ac- tions are inflicting great loss to the enemy. Until their drive upon Warsaw comes to a climax, it is not likely, ac cording to the military esperis, that the Germans will proceed with any general offensive movement on the Though the French lines near Verdun 'being driven hard, yet the Germans have not as yet develop- ed any extensive movement. Continued successes of the Italians in Austria are announced, as well as satisfactory progress in the Dardan- elles. Greece has suddenly become active by sending raiding parties into Albania, where they have seized vil- OUR POINT OF VIEW RICKED UP IN SSING FOR THE EUSV tit Cranbropk Cranbrook's chief is feed- itig prisoners at a cost of 13 cents a day. Phoenix 'now lias MO men working in Hie mine there, ami ISO pupils in the public school. Kettle Valley railway is ordering feet of lumber tor snow leds. Sir Cmirtenay Bennett, the British Consul-General in New York, is re- tiring: on a pension. Hev. H. H. Saunderson has resign- ed the pastorate of the First Unitar- ian church, Toronto. Ja'mes Miller, for twenty-five years In the maintenance of way depart- ment of the C.P.R. died-at Moose .law. Joseph H. Bruce, formerly thief auditor of the Intercolonial Railway, died at Shediac Cape, N.B. Plans are under -way to build two public schools aiid an Anglican church at Prince George Retail grocers Df Vancouver are considering the elimination of ai'l credit accounts in their business. British Columbia lumber interests are informed there is a good opening for escorts to the British West Ill- dies. Signer Calametea -Marino, the ROW Italian vice-consu'i in Toronto, declar- ed Italy will vanquish her Austrian enemies. Trying io reach a duck he had shot, EdvvIiT1 Freeman was drowned in a .tAuauio, slough near his home, Macdowall, lages, as have also the Montenegrins. gajl? Rev A. E. Mitchell of Prince Albert of Ottawa, will go to Mount Pleasant church, Vancou- as pastor. It is rumored that 'vV. H. Sharpe, THE HBRALP "ONE THING 15 CERTAIN SATURDAY, JUTJV3.W5 r "SALADA" Wars may come and go. Prices advance and recede, but you can absolutely rely on every sealed packet of Saiada Tea containing the same high quality that has been our reputation for nearly a quarter of a century. Ottawa, July Minister White's explanation that Canada doesn't get as many war contracts tlie British government as she rnicht .because exchange is against us n Xcvv York is the subject of deal of amusing comment at the capital. It is about as reason- able as saying that the law oi gravi- talioh d alien uiHsii liogcrs is going to run in Canelon County or that.the moon has ceased I3orcten gets his icet wet yheu li waters the garden. Finance .Minister White's explanation (ices not explain why Canadian manufacturers with a null get contracts which they have while Canadian no plants to fill, manufacturers with plants could till tiio contracts 'the-Toronto Globe Used to think .Itis rumored mat vv. H. siiarpe, Bryan a great man, hut it is altering it's vieiv IE a recent issue it said: jotheigenale r _, "There was a time, and Uist not Ions ijmui.-yui. in almost every State the at Jhe "front, win the Liberal name'bf Bryan counted for more than did the name of Wilson. But that day is now past strong men, Both were deemed tne unfolding hi tory of tie Administration, and In u io the'Senaie r Li.eut.-Col. C. D. McPherson. nov it the front, will again be the Libera. :andidate in Lakeside lor the Manito- ha legislature The tobacco'-growers of Kent coun- y, Ontj are co-operating in a move- ment to send; tons of Kent-grown to- bacco to the front for the soldiers' Baling with the larger and the more B RCllA.. King- viSifd problems, the President stead- Is m an English hos- ily counted for more and more, and from chlorine poisoning He his Secretary of State for less arid lost the power of speech for sis m the public mind that differ weeks. wlf. ence in count will be more pronounces of policB .Magistrate Joseph gatt of Windsor, dropped dead; last night She suffered from heart'trou- ble. J.' Rev Dr. James Woodswortlvi until recently senior superintendent of Methodist missions, celebrated the jubilee of his ministry m the chcrch The heart ot a British general Is not bf iron A Bntiiu general, re- member ne sar British, is human. It can be1 touched- Here is an eitract from tne letter of a Cranbrook which conveys the proof: "The general of our brigade came and called our company fogette'' and thanked us for the part we had taken He explained the necessity ot taking the position, bnt said he was sorry that the loss of life had been so great; he also said that we had a lot to be proud of as two British regiments had failed to take this wood, and the Guards had lost 2000 men through" their flank being exposed to the Ger- man are at that He also said that it was as fine K piece of work as had'been done during the war, and thai he felt proud to have such men Innis brigade In fact I never saw a man so lost for words as he was, he simply broke up full of emotion, and just said "Thank you, boys, for what you have done." After that stunt you can Imagine that we all needed a rest, ia'we came down the line to our btl- leti a'great greeting: from all sides One old British Tommy aaidfto me u we came down, "My bnt you are a fine bunch of boys, and s anjr here." The Saskatchewan department of Agriculture sent its commissioner out Ties Toronto "Teleeram" (ultra tory) Juno 8th- nas two cotumns of I, the 5mrdfin of which is on Premier Borden that he antnortty'-of the govern- ment "of which he is "head to prevent grafting bj> Canadian middlemen in Nev York, on the I-rench and Russian 'war now being let or desir to Canadian manufactur era. The "Telegram" aays "Such an InrwUgatloa will show that France and Russia cannot do business with Canadian maanfactnren via Nevt York, Mcevt ander a system of 25 per cent commissions. Thus the peo- ple of France aid Russia will be over- chVrged to the amount of on of war supplies; or the Canadian manufacturer will be under paid on war The "Tdtgram" further has h'ordii of middlemen to tnrast themselves in as high-priced Intermediates between European Gov wants that wish to place orders war supplies and the Canadian tle a hand truck over the C.N.R. for months to destroj the sow-this- along the tracks BENEnlH ON mm HILL GOSSIPY LETTER BY GADSBY saying oesn't work because Bob Minister ot Militia ackiunvlcdRcd hira- soil goillatlier ot the New York.l'ur- clmsirig Committee. Wlipii lie went over Io England nt the beginning of tlm war, it was not to collect laur- els for Yalcartier Camp perform- of laurels can bo got at 'to RCt certain sanctions sfrom the British War Mice, (of which the -N'eiv York Purchasing Committee was one. The committee, so iar as the Major-General's statement KOCS, was appointed on' his nomination. The Major-lirnera! is like that. You think he is wholly concerned with glory but he is not overlooking the practical tilings of life. Like i'coll Il.ib in the Mikado his brain it trans with endless schemes both good and new for titipu. Even Ms stenographer is infected and when he traverses tile battle ter- riiili a year before the war, in ccmi paiiv w unv o influence the tides because 1'rem- I-..-., the'armored shovel blossoms in her unntf and o fruit in an order for twenty- which hurry five thousand of which only six hun- dred arc being used at the front lie- cause the Uritisli Mice has an unaccountable prejudice against them. However, the shovels have been paid for anil that's the main thing. Ueing strategically located in the United vuum mi t_niLe" OLUI have no pull with Hie Purchasing dlasi Co, ..'the 'Nc [iinittee does York Pur- not coiiie bounds of Sir Charles Davidson's inquiry. No information is available nearer than the British War Ollice with whom, so the Major- General stated, the correspondence is Commission. However, it docs part- Iv explain the Purchasing Committee, s'tationeii in New York, which has the sanction of tlie Canadian Minis- ter oi Militia'and does a line.ot busi- olcllcu, ness calculated to" maie -eveii riou Bp iar, as producing the Rogers jealous. documents in the Canadian. Parlia The Committee men the Jlajor-Oeneral tdd llr Tne oommiiiee pURslcv-he coilldnlt if.he would aiid This Purchasing Committee, vvhichj ut lcild ,t h- And thcre has teen on the job ever since tne the war started, .consists as far as can B Governmont ls woklng arld be learned, ot -two colonels-one real a spcciili commissioner, D. or Tipperary colonel and one honor- Tholn-as over to ask what about ary-and an honorary Thc fault seems to be that the honorary olficcrs are both o! Major- purchasiBg Committee is General Hughes appointment ant one jts work ,oo js a p6r_ of them, the colonel, is chairmai qi, TUo story runs the committee. His name is_ J I ulat the recent Russian reverses in contract with ambush. Cdlohel .John Wesley Allison es ao Gordon, the son of Mr. and lira. Fred Baker of North Eosthope, was jolted from his mother's .arms, uhi'e driving in a hussy and thrown under the horse's feet, being killed instantly. "I 'believe that the Conservatives will be prepared to get an act pass an extension of the present Pirliament as lone as the war lasts, and, if necessary, one year after Its declared Mr W. T. Maclean, IIP for South York -By. lying on the bank of ihome river at full length in a dan- gerous position, Kenneth MacGregor, sted twelve years, of 483 Newman avenue, saved the life Whitney Kelvin, died two and a half yean, who had fallen into the river The Board of Governors of the TJni veraity ot Toronto, has cut off the per annum pension of Professor August Kirachmann, PhD, of Leip- giz, and also accepted the resignation of Professor P W Mueller, now on the staff of McMaster University fiotli are Germans Major Nakajima and Captain Hash- imoto, Japanese otficers hgnting with the Russian army at Lemberg, committed ban kari when the Galic- lan capital fell, rather than suffer what they considered the dishonor of helng made prisoners of war, flccord- mg to official adrices received from The 10th Battalion, formerly com- manded by Col Boi le, ho fell at St Julien, is commanded by Col Hattray, on the -.transport itarf Major Ormond of Portage la Prairie, formerly adjutant of the regiment, took command after St. Jul- feiu but was wounded. He has now recovered, and is second in command. At the time of his. death William B. Arnold, financier and managing di- rector of the Dominion Trust Co., had only in the bank. He did not .any real estate, not even an equity In the property at Shaugh neity Heights, where he had his gar- ace and gardeners, anu was pieparlng (6 erect a large residence. He own- ed worth of negotiable stocks, nd. outside of life 'insurance, had level-headed men, be relied on not to make bad breaks. .In times of peace Colonel Allison is secretary .of a Sew York- sleeping car company, but in times of war he vvaKes up and is at least.twenty-five per cent, more active. The other colonel on the committee is named Morgan; -He is" the genuine article, imported Irom-the old coun- try and his name" is one which sug- gests stirring adventure on the hig seas. Honorary. Major Thomas, th other member, of .the Committee, Jtw York ll tooW Infested Canadians, somt of when have lived kjr their wits Othm'Bved off country. A ago some of worth of securities taeae Canadiaai have raised and property with which to meet lia- inOciMt money to take a of paper ot collars out of pawn. Today these per- TJ19 jfinliter of Jlllitla has an are unanimouMr abused in jounced that Sir Adam Beck, head of palatial apartmenti. are ap the-hydro electric commission of On- preached with diinculty Cards have tlrio hM Canadian di to U by Canadians aohcitini, TKtoT of remounts, and, subject to Tto amlafcle conflfl.nt ,he of the purchas TTWkaess ol Sir Robert Borden has commlislon, he will purchase In ii TI _j i me iKguitniuur VL tuc ol Sir Robert Borden has commlislon, he will purchase In from Ume [o Ume such hors. PS as may be neceasarv to supply wastage or for further contingents John Forbes, inventor of a skate war supplies ana me his nume, and founder of the -.manufacturers who wish to fill these aur Manufacturing Co. is dead at Halifax "Kara Bashkirewa, a Vina school girl who, disguised as a man, joined the Russian army last October. For dar- ing she was awarded the coveted cross which she Ss wearing. Her identity was discovered when she was vvouiiaed. The Vnioa Bank of Caula gives a Mfdew Banking There Is a growing tendency, which we have always foster- ed, toward closer-relations between business men and their bankers, with a broader and more valuable service from bank to customer. Own an account wllh'the Union Bank of Canada and take advantage of the exceptional facilities Which our 320 enable-us to offer. CANADA LEfHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE I HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGB Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance or other valuables in one of these boxes toe Ftnwsia APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch R. T. also a find of Major-Gcncral Sam's. Hie is a transportation expert and he spiang into lame r-y going over the same ground- as Honorary Major Tho- mas Tiussell, another of Major-Oencr- al Sam's proteges, and saving half the nii'nev Major llusseli had found it ucccisarv to spend in the first wild scramble for armored cars, mo- tor trucks and things like thai. This New York .Purchasing Com- mittee was formed with the definite object of protecting the British War Office which is supposed to chafe if it comes into direct contact with the manufacturers To prevent this it is necessarv to throw up a screen of middlemen. Which, as the Major-Gen- era! would say, was done according- ly From that daj to this the New York Purchasing Committee has nev- er falinred in its heroic work for Canada and the British Emp_irc. During the last session of Parlia- ment its operations came under scru- tiiu from Dr Pugslfv -who asked if it "was true that the first order of seventy-five milion rounds of Mark. Seven Point 303 small arms ammu- standard rule shell for all the purchased from the American manufacturers at twen- dollars per thousand rounds and turned in to the British Govern- ment at thirt-y-two dollars per thous- and. To whicirMajor-Qcneral Hughes replied that thirty-two dollars was a, reasonable price and that the British j Government had paid more since. Per- haps they-dicl but, nobody vviij think any more of the British 'Government for that. A "profit of on one transaction two millions and a per fairly still. In the Millionaire Clais When the Major-OSncral hastened to aiid that seventy-five million rounds was .a mere bagatelle and that three hundred million rounds was an aver- age order, it became plain that the Purchasing Committee had a. good thing and that tlic unearned" incre- ment would put- them in the million- aire class long before1 the war was over, even if they- had to split it more than three najs for Bob Rogers, Frank Cochrane, Dr. Reid and E Kemp, their cars twitched at the amazing icvelations by martial colleague They realized that their little only a side show and that the big tent was in New Yorl vuth Major- Ociieral bam on the ticket wagon Their pain and their, surprise, was such that it almost led 'to a. breach in the cabinet, i Quizzed further by Dr. Pugslcy the TORONTO TO THE .'PEG OVER NEW RAILWAY Moncton, July man- agement of the Canadian; government railways system announces, begin- ning July 13, a fast passenger service' between Toronto and. Winnipeg, over the Transcontinental, the Grand, Trunk and the Temlskaming t North- em Ontario railways.- "The National" is to be the name of the trains, both east and westbound. A NEW RESPIRATOR The picture shows the latest res- pirator issued to the -British troops at the front as protection against chlor- ine gas. Established over Forty-one Years THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ASSETS OVER the of Banking Your Money. Yf tste and Bring Disaster We solicit your account in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDG1-: BRANCH, 258 13th Street INT. 0.' F. CANADIAN CANADIAN PACIFIC Summer Excursion Fares Circle Tom- Through Revelstoke and Kootenay A splendid vacation trip for and others very low fares from all stations. Good for three months, from Calgary. To Eastern Canada To points in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Inland at fares Liberal limits, stop- overs and diverse routings. Panama-Pacific and San Dcigo Expositions Pacific Coast Excursions Reduced fares" Irorn all points When going to the itions or the Pacific. Coast, it will profit'} ou to travel through your own the Canadian visiting Banff, Lake Louise, Glacier, thence via' Vancouver. SAIL THE GREAT LAKES SUPERIOR and HURON On the 4 Favorite Palatial Steamvhips and "Keewatln" They make 4 Round Trips Each Week EA4TBOUND. "Alberta" "Asainiboia" "Manitoba" Lv Ft William Sun. 2 pm. Tues. 2 pm. Sat. 2 pm. Pt Arthur Sun 3 pm Tues J pm Sat pm Mon 8 10 'Keewatin' Fri. 2 pm. Frl. .3 pm. Sun 8.30 a.m. Arr Pt McNicoll Tues 8 30 Thurs 8 30 a.m. a.m. TRY this route, it an ideal change and rest to the traveller bound for Eastern Canada and the Eastern States Particulars from nearett Agent or from Diitrlct Pauenger Agent, Calgary. Financial Stability Mother Earth produces that; which man andheast must have to Land cannot he destroj'ed, therefore value's possess the clement of permanency, which reduces the speculative -feature to a minimum. BUY FIRST MORTGAGES. British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 _ Conybenre Block LctUbridgc, Alberta The Importance Of Making Your Will Immediately This K 1 time of uncertainty in every walk of life. Your Will should be made "Make it at once and appoint us Executor. Then vou can rest assured that jour last wishes, will be carried out to the letter with a tare and foresight otherwise impossible. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN 220 Eighth" Avenus West, Calgary. Office Bank of Commerce Bldg., J. W. McNtcol Inspector fir Things You Will Need To Harvest the Magnificent Crops and Champion Frolt Wood' Mowers, Climax Binderi: Cocklhutt Wowi, Diic Seufflen. Aduma Wagorn, Truekii bowden Potato Diggeri; Demwrati and Bujgiei; Binder Saekt, etc.' Lcthbridge-Weyburn Co., Ltd. CANADIAN v' PACIFIC Special Fares to mm mmm Good going June July Return limit July 9. Dominion Day Excur- sions Going Datci June 1. Return Further information from Ticket Agent. R. DAWSON, CANADIAN NATIONAL PATRIOTIC WEEK Winnipeg, July 1st to 10th, 1915. Fare and One-Third for the Round Trip. From all sutioni In Albarta and Saskatchewan. ON SALE JUNE'29th TO FINAL RETUBNJLIMIT JULY 18th. Knrther particulars from'any agent or R. DAWSON, putrid Calgary. ;