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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR TUK LKTilBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. JULY 4, 1010 Derate alberta !thc Major Uonernl would "out GUI" Sutmiliiy at one day a week. 3L'lf glorification stun' ami would soon be H imirkud im- provement in railway rovenuo. DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Ratesi Daily, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, jier >ear Daily, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year lOc f .51.00 1m would please the people of West- em Canada very much. There is too much "Huglie.s" about the niilitiu de- piirtin'cnt to suit us out hero. 'Ma- New York Sun" opposition to thy Associated Press, was sold to Prank A- .Munsey. and will ncini ttm A.: Members of tlic National Guard Lewis Krench. mnnager uf the IMPROVE THE HOSPITAL GROUNDS It is too late ID undertake the work j this year, but some- public spirited i lent out of thu Pcogressivo [book and arc mlupslng "Onward, Chris- It'an Soldiers" HS their mnrehiiiR song. -Washington Wouldn't "Rescue the PershiiiR" bo iiore appropriate? suggests the, Kd- iionton JounipJ. urbanization might record in the suggestion that the Gait Hospital; grounds could he. improved in! Of! fill any vat-uncles in (he Lethbridge ciiools with single niflii. That's right. Guard of Kdunudm not the it shrub UK out well ns the TELEPHONES Business Office 1-S" Eultorinl Office 122-1 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance .Managing Director Business Manager i flower beds nml provision of a real grass lawn. We. i would expert ihe. work u> lie done las a contribution to this worthy iusti- North Canada Lumber company at Prince Albert, Snsk.. dead, lie came from U'adeim County. Minnesota. Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration dale is our authority to continue the sub- scription. Your King and Country need you right nowl ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR From thp Belgian coast to Verdun. Thf single men are needed at the front just now. They will be bet- ter teachers ami better Canadians huiion. The plant, and" shrubs eouid uutocnu-y for aj ibo supplied from the city nurseries. and that publics pi rittd Sunt, of the Mounted Police, we are sure, would be delight- ed to supply the labor necessary to put the grounds in shape. The main- tenance of the ground? might be undertaken by some civic organiza- tion, and Just as a suggestion we would mention the name of thai very worthy body, ihe Women's Civic Club, j -VL TureotlP has been appointed! The hospital, while a civic instim-1 postmaster for the City of Quebec, lion, ought to have the benevolent Capt. Mil win .Maurice Kislier, eld- est son or W. M. Fisher of Armstrong's Point. Winnipeg, lias been killed in action. which he hripcd lu esiwb IS IT BORDEN? --or-- IS IT HUGHES? (Toronto C.lobe.) WUon it was uisrucd among Cana- dians generally that a truce be made and kept between Ihe political parties, [the purpose was to promote, not wouk- Jos. Coates. a former president ot strength, in-the government the Winnipeg Conservative ASSOCUI- jof (lu, during the limes of tion. died at Keeler, a towiijwnl._ For ,two yeurs the. war gone on, inereasiitj; in its fierce- ness at the battlefrimls. and steadily raising new problems at home. In some res peels the, tfmws are more Lillian Smith, used thirteen, daugh- ter of a soldier now in France, was drowned in a canoeing accident at "I can't run tin1, hotel straight for BICKED UP IN SS1NGLZZI] FOR THE BUSY MAN year and make it pay.' said 11. It. .McKlnnoii. Murray House. Oakvllle. the Ontario with amazing candor ti I license board. j W. P. Hutchison, uniil recently j manager of the MacOonald hotel In Kdmonton. has been appointed man- ager of the Fort Garry hotel at Win- i nipest. Alfred a market gardener, just outside of St. Thomas, was jolt- interest of our citizens. Thy grounds across the sand dunes of Flanders and are already well supplied with trees the undulating plains of northern j and all tbat is reouired now to make France the big Franco-British drive is'them appear beautiful, is an artistic being pushed with all the persistency arrangement of dowers and shrubs at the command of the armies and'and a liberal supply ot lawn grass, their leaders. Warships on the Bel-1 It would improvi gian coast, artillery and infantry of; the substantial hi John it. Moran. an Cresion. B. C.. i? dead. old-timer of critical now than at any. point in the past, aud the problems still coining up for solution arc1 in some ways more perplexing than any Unit have buun solved. And yet. in the very face of these of. recruit- ing, of industrial organization, of ag- ricultural co-operation, of reconstruc-1 tion to the ends of efficiency and' power in the the very face of all these serious and pressing prob- lems, the government of Canada dis- plays such weakness and such incom- petence that the men and the news- papers standing in the front ranks of the government's own party havp be- A negro ivgiment for service in Mexico is being raised in New York. The Ontario Anglican Syaod decid- the appearance of! ed to raise the stipend? of clergy, tiding? and in addi- tion cheer the patients, as well a? create the impression that Gait Gar- dens do upon visitors. l.eihbridge i must continue to retain iis position o( momh. as the City Beautiful. both armies, and aircraft of all de- scriptions, are aiding in the great offensive, which has already carried the allied armies far into the German lines. Great advances have been made both north and south of the SommejSIR HIBBERT TUPPER'S river. Xow more desperate fighting CRUSHING REBUKE Is taking place for the possession of J Bowser crowd in British villages, with the results almost wUh-ulimhia has endeavored by all sorts ci Edward E. Horton. n veteran Tor- onto reporter, died ai the age of d off his wagon going down a hill, jcome alarmed for the country's inter- and the wheels passed ever him. frnc- bsj ami are making loud and Insistent protest. As with one (lry ;U beginning turing his skull, causing his death. .John Wcatherall. more than 71) years of age. died following a blow on the hetul with a cane inflicted by another inmate of the Huron House of Kefnge at Clinton. Rev. Dean .McColl. pastor of the Church of the Immaculate Concep- tion. I'ettrboro. celebrated the anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood. The military authorities are oppos voice, from all sides and from all sections, protest is made i against the evident dominance of the I government by the "swashbuckling" j minister of militia. "Swashbuckling" j is the epithet Conservatives them- i selves apply to the Hon. Sir Sam i Hughes. And they demand, not in i private conversation alone, but some-1 times with great plainness of Ian- j guage in serious public discussion, bis j removal from the cabinet. They are! not content with calling him a "chro- Complaints of tlislo firemen were made Board of Control. Belleville citizens k. I to the suggestion that a women's inie and the victim of hallu-1 jdub house for the wives of officers dilations that in a minister of militia I should be established ai Camp are dangerous to the state. The Hughes. i point with damning directness to his decided that an- j point with damning directness to his 'defence and justification of the notor- Belleville Toronto, has an- Nous Weslev Allison. lf other battalion could be in that wife_ ritlcism i out exception resting with the allies. The British have taken Fricourt. La Boiselle and other important points, while the French have taken Herbe- court and a number of other villages. They have also made advances at Verdun, regaining the Thiaumont for- underhand methods to besmirch the j city. plied for a divorce from his wife. This But criticism and the protest go is the firsi application for a divorce (farther than the minister of militia, reputation of M. A. -Macdonald. the i able young Liberal who defeated one of Bowser's cabinet ministers in Van-j eonver by over To those cent episode? in British Columbia be considered at the next session South Perth Liberals nominated Oj parliament. Peter Smith. Township Clerk ot" Dow-j _ nie, for the Ontario Legisltturc. j The death occurred oi Mr tificatious. evident that the alleged plugging! The total number of prisoners unearthed In an inquiry by a ready taken by both armies in the j legislative committee was simply a new offensive now is nearly ten thou-1 franie up deHigUed and carried out by four thousand major-' i orine Horton, at the ajre of S3 years, followed re-' A project is on foot to duplicate in jn Raleigh township. Mrs. Horton was 'Toronto -lie recent allied bazaar in; married tfl years ago. and she was New York. i buried in her wedding gowa. very much farther. They arc lodged plainly and with determined intent t against the prime minister himself, i Cath-jqijie treble is Premier Borden is not master of his situation. There is no use blinking the real question. And thoughtful Conservative leaders, in parliament, in the press, and through- John Gorman of Richmond Hill was .Mayor R, D. Waugh was selected as voice from O'fiwa .-peak 'killed by being struck by at. auiorno- chief commissioner of the Shoal J j j Wle- .aqueduct project by the ,Sof intelMgent authority, as ,tion board of the Greater. Winnipeg succeed the rrioli supporter of the administra- sand. Many oMhese are wounded. Unscrupulou5 Bowser machine. If! Atwlin RUSS, a Toronto lawyer, AVater District But while so many of these have been Macdonald could be ruined, the w-as arrested on a charge of non-sup- s. H. Reynolds. taken, the Germans are offering a j Bowser crowd thought it was worthy port of his wife and family. stubborn resistance at many points. any of methods, and so they j The Russians on the eastern out to fix things in the hope that 'be dpcraded from ihe siTtiuV. jbert takes a firmer bold of things, appear in a new attack against theitjje mind would be prejudiced Knighthood of Bnrrie Collegiate, and Miss Keagey goes in for substantial reorganization German lines, and have been success- Lrainat the Liberal partv and its ef- M by tta clean .-P Mess B. war office. [That the plan failed is proven by the The Russians on June 2ft sank taken by Sir Charles Ilibbert Free gasoline for thirty- three hundred Ford owner's saving in one year The light, economical Ford with its smooth running engine averages about twenty-five miles on a gallon of gasoline. Compare this with the gasoline Slxteen-Milcs-To-The-Gallon oar. consumption of tha fair season's travel. The car, going six thousand Then figure the difference, having an eye on the present price of gasoline. Six thousand miles is Sixteen-Miles-To-The-Gatlo miles, burns up one hundred and thirty-five more gal- lons of gasoline than does the Ford going the same dis- tance. ..This means that the Ford owner saves enough dur- ing a single season to pay for his gasoline for an addi- tional thirty-three hundred and seventy-five miles. You-can travel a year and a half in a Ford for what it costs you to travel one year in the Sixteen-Miles-To- The-Gallon car. The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avenue South. Phone 633. Ford Runabout Ford Touring 530 Ford Coupelet 730 Ford Sedan 890 Ford Town Car 780 f. o. b. Ford, Ontario All cars completely equipped, Including electric Equipment does not include speedometer used these straight but strictly j words: 1 Henry M mathemaiical "Discontent with the Borden Roveni George has directed that Sir master in ColUnswood Collegiate in-jiuent is growing; and unless Sir Hr siitnte. has been appointed principal of Bnrrie Collegiate, and Miss Keagey jgoes _.___..._ of D.mdas. has been selected as reach-; of his cabinet, frees himself from Na- coiaitry is enemy ships in the Baltic. j During the eighteen months Bonja-jthe Conservative party. min Cohen, Toronto, was jn tbe em- "The discontent in ih Tupper the well known Conservative: Geo A. Scoviile. a former resident ploymeat of Harry SUin, the latter !even more pronounced in the rank and Medicine Hal, died at Kemptville., missed watches, of the tptal value jnie Df the members of the house of statesman who supported Mr. Mac- HELP THE 113TH !donald in the bye-election. Had Sir; GET MORE MEN {Charles Htbbert Tupper been con-; It is a little late in the day for thejvinced that the Liberals were in the .information to be conveyed to the city-wrong he would not have written the. ithar the 113th Highlanders. Leth-jfollowing letter: j Ibridge's Own battalion, were short of j Vancouver. B. C., June 2S. IDIU. men. Objection has been offered tojM. A. Macdonald, Esq.. the press promoiing recruiting for the new battery and the 191st and over- looking the 113th. As far as the Her- of JlOOn. The sequel came when Colt- j commons; but, HO far. his parliamen- en was sent to Kingston penitentiary Uary supporters have not shown either Mrs. McHwing. an old resident of for two years. appreciation of the actual conditions who died recently, gave S3.-; _ or been possessed of force K.ifficient iiQO to Welland Presbyterian church.. Wilbur Grant. A. T. C. M.. organist jto the game in tiroes like these, vlnclal elections were under way guilrdian at Castle, was shot bv fnr Mt cnllpacues thev are Nova Scotia s answer at tfie polls does i ai for toueagues, tnej fl rient jn dun.mindod internment camp guard named .Martin hia equally at sea, save Sir Sam tO 101- I ,....__ I !__J_._. [seas as a unit, and if to raise another hundred men will bring this result about, it should be under- taken. It is a rather heavy job to [handle in a short time, as it is ex- pected the 113th will be one of the [first battalions at Sarcee camp to go Isidor Straus, who died with bis At Armenonville and, in fact, in allying to weakness prevalent lir my admiration for the manner in wife, Ida Straus, in the wreck of the the small restaurants, society women {quarters. when I can personally express in pub- which' Mr. Brewster and you dis- Titanic, left an estate valued at ?3.- charged your duties during the last session; and for the complete justi- fication so afforded of those Conserva- tives who, like myself, voted for you at the bye-election, The situation should be with immediately, and if it can [be solved Lethbridge citizens, we are 'surd, will do all they possibly can m; get the additional number of men re-j credited conglomeration None of the mud so persistently thrown at yon has stuck. You have signally shown that the reputation of j Eight sons of Alphonse Bonrdi, of Chicago, ill., a French-Canadian, have joined the Xational in Mexico. Guard for service Waterloo. Ont., public school board est'man by I has decided to charge non-resident pti- .chinations of a desperate, dia-1 attending the schoolf twentv-iive sration of political, ccntK per month. though the publicj tn 3 may he seen carrying cats to match j "The war is not over, and we must the color and scheme of their cns-jreform our recruiting; the failure of Quebec to do her part may have to ibe endured for a time, but it .should tumes. Miss Margaret E. Tweedte, who came with her parents to Manitoba 42 years ago, and waa during the last nine years a nurse Pacific hospital at neither be unrebuked nor unrecog-; nlzed. A country or a party that is afraid to tell a prime minister that, he in the Northern lost his bearings, or that he must! were pioneers j '.It seema to us that the 113th should j mnnicip; have kept up a 'vigorous recruiting) question thai the gov- j ner-Worth company was campaign hem from the time the bat-jernraent Of this province is tottering I talion departed. Weeks have been [to its fall, and, in my opinion, unless lost, that ii properly utilized, might) much of the legislation of tost session' tana. died. Her parents of Miami, Manitoba. The White Lunch restaurants, C'al- ._.. ._ _______ .gary, have issued a writ against 'the grant to the Bon- [city of Calgary demanding Misaonla, Mon- Change his ways, is not worth saving1 wbrW cataclysm Uke the present." j One can hear just such protests from leading Conservatives in Toronto i by a majority of carried at j damages as compensation for the loss have made up the shortage. CRITICISING THE MINISTER OF MILITIA .T. H. McCIellan waa dismissed the Borden government from the posi- tion of superintendent of the Trent 'Valley Canal. Hon. G. H. Ferguson, >i member of the Ontario government, 'the commissioner appointed to inves- ;igate. fouud him guilty of very seri- hus offences. Mr. McCIellan has now peen appointed by Sir Sam Hughes as superintendent of the Borden camp al a day. The Peterboro Rev-jew, a irery pronounced Conservative paper, protests vigorously against the ap- pointment and charges that the min- rstef of militla'selected Mr. .McCIellan because he was a relative. It cer- seems "peculiar that a man jrhoili the Ottawa government iiisses as unfit for one position should be appointed to another in its gift I yhich is even more remunerative. j The High River Times, which j isualJy holds views friendly to the] Conservative party, ts becoming rest- ess And hands out the following tip o Sir Sam which the Peterboro paper ill no doubt approve: Major General Sum Hughes is mak- ig a.tour of Western Canada on an ispeclion tour of training camps. K i is repealed by the next government, iits fate will be the same. I I firmly believe that the people 33 !a whole are determined to have clean, j honest government and sane legisla- tion and care little what party flag DJ [is flown. Yours faithfully. [of j business, through the riots of Rpr. .1. D. Morrow, minister of the ary 10 last. Dale Presbyterian church. Toronto, j may be chaplain of the 108th Sports-j Before Mr. Justice Stuart men's battalion. 1 gary. John A. Stokoe and Robert Ce- CHARLES HIBBERT TUPPER. That letter should serve as a suffic- ient answer to the B. C, plotters, who engaged thugs and jail birds in their j O. Hrelthaupt, formerly effort to wreck Mr. Macdouald's public; Miss Mabel White of Milton, died eer {suddenly after a few hours' illness at her home in Berlin. ci! Fawcett, charged with stealing The steamer Panther was sunk in from the Royal bank at Oleich- collision with the James J. Hill off I en. were let off on suspended sen- Parisian Island. Lake Superior. The iciice. The .two .young men were crew was saved. The body of Mrs. Herbert Hall, wife of a prosperous farmer near Newmar- ket, was found in the cistern of their home. working as clerks in the bank there, and with the disappearance of that amount of money blame was placed on these clerks. any day. It is so outspoken, and withal is so just and ao mut-ii needed, that the Globe cannot be accused of j breaking the truce or of raising party issues in making reference to It. H i iis not a party question. It ia a na- j itlonal question, a national question of; Uhe very first magnitude. The two or j three men iii the cabinet who are com- j patent and are-measuring up to the j requiremente of their offices are, known to be galled almost beyond en-1 durance. White is not happy. Fos- j ter, who has some Ideals as well as ability, is in England. Casgrain, ihe i only "minister who even tried to re- j deem the recruiting failure in. Quebec, j HAIL INSURANCE STRONGEST BOARD COMPANIES, APPROVED BY ALL BANKS The Alberta Securities, Ltd. 1ALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1245. Mrs. Vincent Collett. Port Hope.' died of shock after receiving news of her husband having lieen killed in action. In appointing Miss Agnew to the j Hospital Board the eity CD mini na ion- ers made an excellent choice. Mi as Agnew has a good business training j and her service to the hospital is j The Ontario Medical Council passed a resolution of appreciation of Sir bound to be or value. Jameg Qrant M the discoverer of sei, jum therapy in ISM. Foster, the weather prophet, pre-; diets the end of the war in 1917. lift} H is reported certain devices may had bettor confine his attentions to n ta'' D rt the weather, about which he is likely js not perturbed, to know much more than he does, about Mars. Aid. R. M. Roy, manager of the) _______ {Hamilton Bridge Works, and son the late; It. .M. Roy. Peterboro. died j Commissioner Pi'MMnan gave an Hamilton. cellenl service to Stampeile. The big crowd V.-JIF. handled A to exclude from the tiiAi-n w-ro 11.> nBWRiinpfirs priniinj.' liquor ad-I ai.ii were no was hl Pity we couldn t get crowds like, that g_ Senate, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., U..D., D.C.L., rre.ldenl JOHN AIRD, General Muiger H. V. F. JO.NES, Aw'r M.HMW V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Western CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Inlercst al the current rate is allowed on all deposits of SI and Careful attention is given to every account. Small iro welcomed. Accounts may he opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in t.'ie'namcs of two or more persons, with- drawals to be any 'one of ilicm or by the survivor. was Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr LET US WRITE YOUR HAIL INSURANCE. In the WESTCHESTER, HARTFORD or UNITED ASSURANCE CO. Assets over Will have experienced adjusters in Leth- bridge and losses will be paid immediately. If you do not have the cash now us and we will care for you until .fall. Write Box 264, Phone E51 or call in Alberta block. We want a few more agents in outlying M.P. Johnston Company HAIL INSURANCE .Mr. Kjirmer. v.'iiei! you ;bny SEED GRAIN, you fiet Iho host. When you buy HAIL INSURANCE, also se! coMs no more and in event of you get. full payment. Tlii! British-America (Strongest Assets and Urn Koine Insurance of York, Assets GUARANTEE Lowest Rates, Prompt Apjustment. Best Protection WRITE TELEPHONE CALL F. N KLSON COM PAN Y, 416 5th Strcit Sou'h TELEPHONE 1214. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. P. O. BOX 354. ;