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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR T1115 LKTIirmiDGR DAILY WKDNKSDAY, JCLY 1010 Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY (ubicriptton Rates: Dally, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per year Dully, by mail, por year Weekly, by mail, per year IOC STILL cArnvi: AT i 1___ TELEPHONES Business Office 1-52 Editorial Office 1224' W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions an- i pear daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration dato is our authority to continue the sub- scription, i Your King and Country naed you I r-tght now! I HICKED UP IN SSINGIZZZI FOR THE BUSY MAN German Xavy: "How dare you keep me here when n I! the world knows that I defeated Opinion. ROUND THE CIRCLE i OF THE WAR j The in their account of the great drive commenced by ihe! allied forces, do not minimize the ini- i parlance of tae offensive, nor detract in the slightest degree from the fart that the British and French armies are now better equipped and better! supplied than ever before. Their ;ic-; counts, however, minimize the amount; of territory thus far gained, which to I give credence to all allied reports, must be not than 10 ft square miles, with the allies fighting in des- perate encounter? with the enemy for j possession of parts of villages here and there. The drive continues and the allie? arc now consolidating their positions gained. The Germans have attempted counter attacks with small success.: It is stated that the total prisoners 'faith in that method has been knocked j Bruce Oavies lost a leg in his fight I now taken by the allies is about 12.-jmto a cocked hat. and we are ready .to uphold freedom and liberty. There i OOU. get down to solid methods. We (are a lot of young fellows who are not I The Russian? on the cast have.are also expecting an enormous influx jeven losing any sleep over their conn- penetrated the German lines in their: after the war: we are expecting, too. jury's needs. Brute Dimes' sacrifice! attacks on Prince Leopold's forces, ja rejuvenation of business in every! should make them so ashamed that i and have captured many prisoners, j direction, so we ought to be planning'sleep will be impossible until they; TIic Rumanians have taken what j for the future. -recruit. appears to be the first hostile step j How is Lethbridge planning for thej towards the central empires, by seiz-; future, for a larger population? We: It takes this awful war to reveal to ing railway stock sent into their conn-1 think we have a well-planned city, jus the great progress made in medical try by Austria-Hungary when i.he Rus-jamj in many respects we are right The surgeon-general of the; sian drive commenced. What the out-tour contention. But if our population; British army. Sir A. Keogli. said re-j come of this act will be cai, onh to be tripled in five years howjceutly ttuu in the British army there, surmised. we going to govern the growth? ;were only twenty-two case? of ty-: :Are we going to sit down and allow iphoid. whereas, if they had gone along; MOUNTED POLICE (the town to expand at will, carrying Jn the old way, there would probably! NEEDED AT HOME our improvements to scattered dis- have been from to At this time of war there is no more: tricts and even extending the city i j useful organization in the at the behest of the The Board of Trade is complaining1 than the Royal Xonhwesi Mounted Or are we to map out now the'against the C. P. R. passenger train; Police. Every man in a police mil- iline of growth, the districts which 'schedule as it affects Lethbridge.'. form is serving his country just as the j should first be built up, keeping in These may be economy times but tho man in khaki in the trenches. The'mind always that wo already have [company is just finishing moving aj CANADA'S NEW GOV.-GENERAL police are required at home. In this; heavy improvement Taxes? It is crop which brought ii over j Tne Duke of Devonshire, England's new land there are thousands of menjvious that our new growth should be and we do not think the j neor ft'ho will succeed the of foreign birth who have to be watch-j in such directions as fire already 'company should protest if the south' rjuke Of Conuaught as Governor-Gen- ed very closely at ihis time. This is :served 'by improvements, and wejkicks against receiving poorer service' thff task of the police. Apart from'.should invoke, so far as possible, the, today than in 1QV2. The protest is thai the police are urgently Planning Act already in force legitimate. for the preservation of law and order! hi Alberta to govern our future de- j throughout the country. jvelopraent. j Col. Arraand Lavergne. the. Xation- H is not the Mounted Policeman's j There has been excuse so far formalist, says he would submit to con- fault that he is not in the nghtins; lines !Our rather extravagant methods. Like .scription ami go to the front. Likely of Europe. He has tried 10 get there, IBH western cities we had the gamb-'on the way overseas he won in jump and scores of men have left the ser-jltng mood behind our first spurt. If'overboard rather than battle for the as soou as their time was up in; that had been lacking we might never'country which has given him the order to get into khaki. The spurted. But knowing the weak liberty to talk as he likes down in whose time Is not up can't get out, no "points of our methods in the past, and Quebec. The only voluntary act La- matter how eager he may be to get [having the machinery ai hand to gov- vergne performs is that of wagging to the front. Practically every Mount-jgrn ourselves in the future, we would, his tongue. ed Policeman and officer wants to gojbe remiss in our duty if we failed to; to the battle front, but the so tbat the future, will give us The French people ot faull, Quebec, raent won't grant the permission. The j tho best, possible with the least'criticise Sir Wilfrid Latirier because Prime Minister, who is at the of taxes. iln- failed to address them on St. Jean of the Mounted Police, considers, and j---------------------------iRaptfste Day. Hail Sir Wilfrid de- nghih- so. that the service the police j Chief Hardy IE in danger of losing 'livered the address the fanatics of are rendering to the Dominion and pojjce entj Of his job from lack would have opened their the Empire is not less important ihanjworfc under the new dry law. He'guns on him. It wasn't to avoid that for which they would be fighting worry. j criticism that Sir Wilfrid failed to go If actually serving in Europe. This j to Hull. because he would get it service 'at home can onlv be per-; whichever conrqp he took Mr if! ami I VIP fnu-n nlnnniiif PY- ei tuui ae lie formed by a force which j has been trained in the discharge of the duties whicfe ".t is called upon to Many officers and men have sought permfssion to retire in j order to. enlist, but the Prime Minister has taken the very sensible view that it would be unwise to civ fnn. Mr. Adams, the town planning ex- pert. savs bad water is the worst ad- vertisement a city can have, it's one Roosevelt cannot deliver the entire advertisement the officials can't blame Progressive vote to Hughes. Francis era! of Canada. on the newspapers, too. '.J. Heney, candidate for United States j senator in California on The Progres-! !sive ticket in and one of the Cali-j The Germans now complain that forilia party IeatierH, has hlg j Port Hope's now hospital formally opened. (tarnntd Berry. -'10, way killed In adjusting a boll at the Hock Snml Co. plant al Krlu. Ont. John Hunter, of Clinton. Onl.. diet! suddenly at hU; homo of liLMimonh- ate of stomach, aged fio. I I Dr. S. K. Charlton lias resignm! his i position on Gall School Hoard to run as alderman in Ward two. The Daughters of the Bin pi re will present n motor ambuhmce to Hit- i iiutipM wt Carling Camp, London, Ont. i The Conservative party in Quebec is likely to be ruorgtuiizud with Ar-i i thur SHUve. as Icudrr. i Mrs. tiuillot, M. .louln and lite year old were drowned out of a j cuiiou near Catherine. Quo. Win. Elliott. .Methodist min- J i teler. Jubilee. H. C.. has lost a second j son in action, Liout. F. F. Klliott. Rev. J. A. Barker, Baptist minister of Port Elgin, Ont.. has du-.incd the khaki as a private. J. Movak. a rancher at Morrissey, B. was badly gored by a bull which had to be shot before could be rescued. H. C. Scb.ofield. former member for South Wellington, may tlio Con- servative candidate to succeed the Hon. J. J. Foy, in Southwest Toronto. The University of Michigan confer- red the honorary degree of doctor of letters upon Prof John Watson, ot" Queen's University, Kingston. P. J. Connolly, aged a clerk in the Canadian Bunk of Commerce Broderick. Sask.. was drowned in a slough while bathing. Rev. 0. J. McPhail, formerly Presi- j byterian pastor at Pincher Creek, is i now a ohaij'ain witii the Canadian i Overseas forces. j __ j Rev. F. C. Harpor, pastor of Willis Presbyterian church. Clinton. Oat. ims I been appointed chaplain of the tilth j SItncoe Hattalion. Uem.-Col. John Doull. assistant ad- jnt'int general at Valcartier. died in I Quebec after an operation for appen- dicitis. He was -12 years old. London papers predict Harold J. Tennant will bo. appointed to succeed the Karl of Stslborne us president of Hie board of agriculture, 1 Tiie Ontario aovernment may ap- I point a commission to regulate mot- i oriats, so numerous are tho complaints of careless aad reckless "driving. i The first year's electric operation j of tlie London and Port Stanley rail- way shows a satisfactory surplus over i fixed charges and operating expenses. I Rev. Hamilton Wigle. of Halifax. j formerly of Regina. lias been elected president of the Xova Scotia Metho- dist conference. I Signaller W. R Davidson, son of i Rev. Tlios. Davidson, Presbyterian j minister, at 3t. Ann's Ont., was kill- ed in action. S. 3. Adams was killed in an auto j accident at Colfax, Wash. wna i heavily interested in Alberta lands. jaud his wife was in Alberta at the! j time of the accident. The Manchester Guardian Bays Hiat the appointment of ttte Duke of Uev- I onshire is preliminary to a visit of the i King and Queen to all the Dominions i at the close of the war. Capt. Harold Price, son of W. F. Price, Vancouver, was hilled after I having been awarded the Victoria I Cross. Before enlisting he was ein- j ployed as a land surveyor in B. C. j At the home of her j ilrs. Chaa. W. Tait, New B. C., -Mrs. George De Beck culc-; brated her 102nd birthday anniver- sary She was born in Canterbury, X. B. Open a Housekeeping Account and Pay Your Bills by Cheque There is a decided ad- vantage In .depositing, your housekeeping money in the Union Bank of Canada, and issuing Cheque? for your expenditures. You avoid the risk of keepingia" considerable sum in. your home or carrying It when shopping, and each Cheque, when cashed, .becomes a Receipt OF CANADA LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH, G. R. TINNING, Manager H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager. BATTLE-SCARRED SIDE OF A BRITISH WARSHIP FROM THE BATTLE OF JUTLAND. NOTE THE SHELL HOLES Day celebrated here in real patriotic besides horse racing, bucking contests and other athletic events, including a league baseball game between wood and Hill Spring. Some of. the winners were 0. French in the 100 yards dash, Mr. Bradshaw in the buck- j ing contest and the-Glenwood base- ball team in the league game, score a. In the evening a grand, ball was held. Everybody enjoyed the day throughout and nothing happen- ed to mar tlm day's events in the least lay's events commenced j noj even a shower. uy.H lujim. .-.ui umn deserves special mention for his ex- "T-" cellent recitation ''How the Started." There were many other numbers, too ntimorous to mention, I but al! very deserving. i The morning session adjourned at j ii'.30 for lunch and then the sports j of the day commenced at 2 p.m. There certainly was a very "live" i successfully into ihe next higher grade. The principal of the school, Mr. Wight has moved to Cardston during Hie holidays. He lias been re-engag- ed again on the first of September. Miss Stodtlard, the primary teacher, has resigned her position here to take Grade TV. in Cardston school. snort's committee. Cash prizes were -fven to all first, second and third The London Red Cross fund winners and the events included all has now reached the magnificent to- kimls of races for all kinds of people, ta! oC DO NOT DELAY LONGER IN PLACING YOUR HAIL INSURANCE With the CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO. Assets Incorporated 1850. Surplus POLICIES WRITTEN AND DELIVERED THE SAME DAY APPLI- CATION IS MADE AT THE OFFICE OF C.-P. R- Lands and General Insurance Agents, SHERLOCK BLDG. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 1343. the British are using is more' 'supporl to Presideut Wilson. Ilenev THE DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE sent and thus Impair the efficiency of jdeadly than that used first by hc (.ouW not ..fojlow Theodore the forcc- ;selves- Tne crlea wfien the: Roosevelt back into tbe Republican little scrapper heats him at bis own: so ,ong as tho (.ontro, TOWN PLANNING 'game. Such is thft Hun. ARE ADVANCED London, July J. S. FOR LffTHBRiDGE visit of Thomas Adams, town expert for the Dominion Commission of Conservation, through A German paper says the hyphens jwill support 1 orrnpt control i iju.iuunt j.r the macWnary n, the Republican party permitted thus to !IS lieutenants {exist." for duty with the R.F.G. Western Canada just partic- Tlley for ihe U. S. pre-1 likely alter their j ularly timely, and the Herald has whe" Kels j that muf-h good will be lllc Jalls i s plished by (he advice he Is able to -impart. iMr. Adams was brought to Canada for three years by Sir Clifford Siftoii to act as expert for the Do- minion, and as he was adviser to the British government on the same kind ITALIANS TURN TABLES OX AUSTRIAXS Karl Kitchener's autograph letter calling for 300.000 recruits for the new army, was sold at auction for the i benefit of the Red Cross to Thomas Fenwick Harrison for 6000 pounds. Mr. Harrison will present the letter to the nation. 1 Capt. E. J. Clevan, of the 197th bat- j tallon (Vikings of Canada} is dead, and Ueut.-Col. Fonseca and Sergt. John Kennedy, ol' the same battalion are in the hospital suffering from in- juries received in an automobile acci- dent between High Bluff and Portage, la Prairie, Man. j ithem with some of his phrases. of work for a number of years, he is qualified to speak. Of course he encounters vastly different conditions in Western Canada from those pre- vailing in the old land or even in Eastern Canada, but he is in a posi- tion to give us some pretty good ad- vice. Mr. Adams' visit is timely because he -has cume.tti us just when we are recuperating from the blow of trying to build up r. city via the real estate boom subdivision route, when our Here is Sir Mackenzie Bowdl at the age of ninety-two setting out on D four thousand mile journey to the Yukon, says the Toronto Stur. while a whole lot of young fellows are not j enlisting for fear (hey would get sea-j sick crossing the Atlantic. "I would sweep the steps of the war office If it would do the country good." declared Lord Montagu of Beauliou. i We need a little more of that spirit; jiint now. If our eligible only felt that way there crowded recruiting offices. 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 now see us and we will care for you until fall. Write Box 264. .Phone 651 or call In Alberta block. We want a few more agents in outlying districts- M. P.'Johnston Company turn or1 iho iMc in the Tmitino is most i he would Uet shows the Austrian advance which lias botii checkeii and 1 shows (JaJleo and oilier points Hail Insurance Uet us place your risk, We guar- .intee reliability of the Company and FAIR de- It now. R.V. Gibbons Co. Balmoral Block, Lethbridcc, Phone 1191 HAIL INSURANCE Mr. Fanner, whan you buy SEED GRAIN, you get Ihe best. When you buy HAIL INSURANCE, also Bet tlio corls no more and in event of ICPB, you get Cull payment. .The British-America (Slroiigx'sl Assets..................... and the Hemic Insurance of Now York, Assets GUARANTEE Lowest Rates, Prompt Adjustment. Best Protection WRITE TELEPHONE CALL COMPANY, P. O. 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