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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta J. A. Macdon aid of Before a London AudMce T Londoiin, Juno Ttft M.r that Canada IB At tb LIME FOR ,-C'UT. WORMS iidllor of the. Herald: you kindly publish t folloft'injj for'the, information of niers in general, particularly farmers Cutting In fall or spring'wheat. There are reports of great destruc- tion of wheat by (ho cut worms. I have Been suguesUonB in illffavenl pa- pers about iiBing bran and paris etc. So far 1 baye never heard or saw' It publlihed In. any paper whether the bran land parls green had been used, and HH rll'ect on tlio cut worms. AB an old-timer who hm had ex- perience in using lime both In the old Country.and In Alberta, T woulri mj. goat the Let the farm ers this full before .putting down fall (Wheat; mix it .slack lime, wotlinp or iprlnkilng the grain so that tlie lime will stick, to the grain. It is simple and not very ex- pensive. Lot nny farmer, Iry few acres with grain mixed with lime for experiment, and report- success or failure nest springMo-tlio .editor of the Herald; "j have'-.this apring, and un fo'the .present date, July 3, in my garden a fow.cnfobage plants, 1 used lime on Ihe ground, mixing .'aoll he fore plant- ing my plnntii-; plants ciil with dress woo delivered at Whltfleld'i uol long ago by Dr. J. A. Macdoiiuld Hit' Itor.of the ToronLo Globe. In hli addrenH Pi. .Miiudonald said Wlmt moat aurprlses a man from Curia-da la the nervous anxiety with which In certain clrclcfl In London the CHiiadlan Hltuatloii neonm to he regard- ed. Tho opinion IB repeated that 'Canada IK lit the parting of the ways." One inked If tills Is'the beginning' or the end. A. booklet Is scattered broHdcHit with the aniloua title, "Shall Wo Lose AH Hill would he very perulexlng u 'wcllai BonlewhuL of fen Hive If one were lenoraul of thV.wtj'i o( patty politi- cian's and inude no allowance for the BxlsUmce of political campaigns. The thing, of .course, IB highly rldleu but It haY Its serious side when the of reeponaible London jour- uulliLB and ot prominent public men are .cabled around Die world reflect- ing oh the loyalty or great maasei'pt British citizen! and Impugn- ing the Integrity of responsible gov- ernment In the overseas Dominions of the Empire. BellevtJ me. It not promote what the Hon. Mr. Fielding culls "aane lo have It suggested and argued, HB being done in. London, week after week, that Ihe people and the-Government of Can- ada, In seekingto1 secure -better it; la Lions between .themselvei and United States, either are iKnorant-qt what they are doing or are disloyal to their Imperial obligations. al- leged losing of Canada would surely he no great IOBB to Britain If, Insinuated, the majority of Canadian! and their government with either political traitors or -political fools. I am-not surprised-that the tion in Canada awakens keen 'In- terest In Britain. Canada is now In the Hpot-liglit of the world. A najf- million people are on'tbelr way thli.. year to homes in Canada. But all thie IB creating a tremen- dous and most urgent problem 'for nave only four My neighbor of plants Tile lime great effect -a the .'cut ni-ormi. r AN OLD TIMER Chargetl ;i- C'anndinn rnnicd Phlllipa'Worrall, tnrt, a Winnipeg rerfj calate'man former U. S. immigration official'at Ncchc. X.D.. has-been com milled ;for trial at Balhsale; D. NEWS The crops In this district are look- Ing fine since the rain. The stork left a fine Imby girl with Mr. and Mra. JOB. of young people from; L'cth bridge' spent the week end at ot Mr. and -Mrs. E. T, Mrs. E. Homfff. 31 PB. Enrlght nnd Miss Lovth'er last week, Tho .ROBO .Plain Sclioql House is completed and Mr. Komclg. the con- tractor, did iiimaelf proud with "the aulldlng, as it a. land mark the whole district' )B .Geo. general agent for the '.North Western spent a couple or days with biB'siitcr, .Mra. Jog. En- right. Mr. Lee expreised himself as much tho .country and says only matter of a before-there " one or -more llirotigh thla part of Mrs Lovini Bmoks; hao; pi he 'quarter at 26-12-17 'ram the Uay, and-la hav- ng'the rhole-iSO'screi brbken'-'ready for crop next--vcar- V _ Mr. Longac're and Mr. Hlgfrjns rnov- ert 'Mr. -housei lait. -week wltli their 'big sleahi engine.. 'Mrs. entertained Mr. Loc, of Winnipeg, 'on Sunday after- noon. Miss Lo'wther. the, teacher nt Rose bnttlesbijis, Canada hundreds or millJons on railways. We tlilnk purs the better investment. .And when.Sir. Wilfrid LauHer wtupdfi apart. the JingcieB. and .refuses .toV'be drawn into the circle pf European mill- t'arisni 'whcri he stands for the deviloii- mcnt of-Canada aa a peaceful nation devoted to industrial progress and po: ciaKJuslice nnd the, ideals.of civilized jjfe, he EpcalfE for .Canada, and-lblB stand is endoi'sed >by I fie uolld body of Eclioql Is H( home with Mrs. Jos. Krirlght. haB-resigned the'pbst- mast-orshlp of Barney P. O., and is BuccQcdcrt by J. .BnrJght: In'-futura- the.poat .office will he located-on the southwest- ouarter Instead' of. the Houthcas. tquafter .34-12-17, as hcrcloforc. '-Oncar Scheidler has gone to "VtMs- iouri for a visit, and'expects to be gone several weeka.' i hlDGETOWN'8 NEW... POSTMASTER RidRetown, Robert fane received of Rldgelowrva.nd Siimner Hancock re- t.lre'a the first o month. L. 3. Hancock had the post "office many years, 'and.iit hla dentli son, Surn- ner Jlancock, received the: appoint- ment, 'which he has held a few. years. Robert TanVii proprietor >f the Tano book'aiore! Canada. Tlie almost sensational de velopnient and expansion taxos all our, resources of wealth and thought-and enterprise. are all those new Bat- tlers Lo be cured, for? How are They to 'be gli-en'opportunltles for education and for good citizenship Jt already; penditiires'seem extravagant. TrijpJ- continental railways must be built ami Cod, by. thousands of miles-' of branch lines. Hoadfl must be opened and made, good nil over half a conti- r The teacher and the preacher rnuit ho sent along every trail. The and must be set tomorrow .wolf howled alone. All tbe machinery, of civiliza- tion and .of trade must be pushed on after'the aettlor. A thousand things must be done, find done at once-" "Apjrt from the Jingo." All this is a strain on the strength arid the statesmanship of Canada.. But it cannot, be avoided or generation hence would be Loo late. For this reason you need not wonder if some of the questions that to perplex people in .England are not'dls- tunbing the people of Canada. For one thing, we are not much given to talk about war. There'are man in England talk about little else. They, think In war terms 'and juri50 by war standardtt and are keen about budgets. Perhaps It la rea- sonable, but in Canada only a'few in- dulge in It. It docs not worry UB that Germany spends hundreds of mil I Jon a of the ways? Yet, ho did. H Mid it to' 100 'American nowipape raeu.ln New.York more than week Afo. >1 heard him Buy U. And no on who beard H surprised at It o iti meaning. He n1 fKv'bta country to adoiit the Keclpr city jind argued Uiat If th Protection forces In England and Ctt It .would be too Itt that. Canada la at the imt'tlne of th and U ahe IB drawn Into R tern 6' Imperial tariffs nnd preference would not be free to make on agreement for trade with an du tilde nation. Canada may bo at th partial of the wayi In her I rude po icy: She may or may not decide take tome of the tariff obslructloiu o ot tht 'way of her people and allo them more freedom to exchange com modules. with the people of tlie Unite Stalei loroifl the boundary lino railei. ParlliimeiiL baa yet to vol way. Canada nlmll go. But th uniurmounted "U" of Prciident Taft Ruts the alternative out o the way .Tor many a day. The Protec tlon either In Britain or In Cai Ida do'Ont ieern within ilght of in An of Canadu and the pec fl( thai-United. States are com in toietlitr b break down the artLCIcia Wall erec'ted to pulnluliy betwen (hem tbroiifh yura blind aeUiatineas an c fOJly- tllflt agremen with her eyes an for -tht frtat advantage of her peopl .greateit possible good i oonie to .CanadlwiB from this free trade vttb' Americans the Union Jac would Btlll float from the flat-staff O'ttawfi, and becauae of the increase nfoiatirltj and enlarged contention of Capada would be a mor (WWfrfiiJ and even more loyal mem twf galaxy of free ant ion which iwlnJK round tlie world swea to thc.'tnrone and pe' Bon :of Llrltiin'B Kl Canada hold today as a :frce nation in the Brills Empire and .the trusted neighbor of th would not exchang tor anything Independence or aniiexa tlori of high ImperiflliBm could give A'yitir.jink hfetwten the .world greatest Empire- and the world's, grea eat Republic, it high an itrateglo part, to bring these two mai In Iw rue, of-peace for fhejhonour of the Bnf -isii 'ip'eaking and for the higl eat .welfare' of all 'the world.' To d ualquii' privilege and absolute Imperial dtity of1 Canada to daV-r- r- .'uv' i.. _And that Imperial achievement I ivp'lyed'in Lhft proposed, treaty of un Inijtvd -arbitration between Grea Britain "and the United Stales. Ii hat-treaty the interests of Canadi are first and most vital. The authorl ty of the Union Jack and the author Ity of the Stars arid Stripes run parallel-along the Canadian burde ind'.touch nowhere olsc on earth. Kn two flags over tlie mllea pt that common international re spgnsibtnty; let them command the pr all, and awaken fears ,ln Intelligent and opinion progressive Canadian Canada is not only hopeful and confi- dcot for the Empire, but Canadian! 1 re content witJi tho position arid profl- of their country, within the'Em- plre. and among the nutlons of the world. We nr0 satisfied with things is 'they are and as they are going ;o be. demand no violent change either In the administration or In the trade .policies of the Enipire. Such changes HS may be neceisary will come without n strain or IOBB. v Fratdom of Trade. Speaking Tor myself, and for the Toronto and Tor the UberalB Canada, I any two- things: Flret, hat we of for you no advice on your duty as to Free Trade or Protection or yourselves; and lecond, that for and for the Empire no hope In nny of Impeiikl or- A 40LOMON ON, THE.; BENCH July Drychiick and ChatuR, -partictnantB In mix-up, bound over to keep the peace. .The adopted an unuBtia! method ofjnaurlna; peace by iflng over thflfr.wlrafl at the time, although had not ured la ganization bnsed on- Tariff Protection and Tariff Preference. There no. strong and enduring trade federa- tion of I he Empire except on the basis nf fro- loin of trade within the Em- pire. nut (nlk to any Protectionist or any organized Protectionist In any of tho .protected Dominion! about Itn perlal V'reo Trade! I know their an- swer In Canada. The best they offer IB what they nail "adeqiiftte tlon' 'afalnBt goode from Ilrltiln and htte protection the real of (he world. In Canada they fought rbt British pnrereTtcft even while they wired the British 'lag. We muat find more vital tban Mlftab vllegeii If we would hoM togftther. vlU uk: DM and ihc peace of America wij fortoken the peace of the world. The Probltmi af Life :Canada desires this more (ban eithe: population or a preference in trade There-Is only nation OD eartli tnn could to attack Canada with an j of succes. We approve (he Mon roe 'rtoctHnc for Canada as Blr Ed ward Green did tep years ago Tor Britain DHL that' apart, Canada sUnds niiRfrftid. No European Power Bifall us from the east. No pmv er 'iD Aala either dealrei or haa the Btrengtb to Invade ui on the The. north is fortresied by the Arc UC'B: biiflBments. The south needs no defence, and can have none, other than .the "community 'of Interest and the goodwill of the people of. two.'cli'imerl and law-abltHng no- tlpni... Lift from that border line nil fear" of war, ami nil for defence, and-Canada will be free to face the of n civilized problems ol1 life and prosperifv and Juatiee for all her citizens. Wo have had a hundred yeen of make that peace a mMlennluni. Let Britain and America, join hands for pence. H nniat be done. Things have gone too far for either to draw back- To draw buck now would bo LQ'confess before all the world'I o a aiirbJiriHin whicirneltfter will admit. They must go Aiid they will go on. President Tift bade me for him.thai In bis moit deHbento judgment no quctilon, whether of national honor or of na- I Interim I, can arise between .he Mother Country and the United Jtalefl that may no, -with dignity nnd rlth Justice, lie left to Independent urbilrallon s and not Lo war. Blood- vis Ike direct snd inevfeabte of iirtgiilar or conitipateil boveli and cromd-up kidneys and akin. The uiMifeued food and pther vasumit- ter whKk is altamd lo accumulsie poisons the blood and the whole tystem. Dr, Morie's Indian Root Pilli art on Ihe bowels, regulator. the kidneys, living them ea at properly Biter (ke aoel an the skin, openint up Ike ante. For pan Ugadud PUUU ARTHUmHAYR 510 3rd Avenue ASSIGNEE Lethbridge, Alberta And the Mother Country It shall be done. Let that be done and more will fol- low. The world nations will organize Tor peace and not for war.. The high will be made safe.- The storm-centre will ablft from the Paci- fic. In that not. Canada alone, but Australia, and New Zealand will re- We all peace. The five self-governing overseas dominions are as the five 'ingere of n great hand. They are til free; they all vitally and .they fill close towards the palm. That great hand'has sometimes weari- ed of Lheilnirden and sometimes been r._.ned tlic uload. But today :t sweeps over, the Seven Sens, not the mailed fist oC ngEreanlon or tyranny, but the righi haiid of human fellow- ship, the open hand of- human helji- 'ulness, the strong, protecting.hand of human lluerty.aml peace., COLERIDGE NEWS (he Coronation ctlebntion, tfter u-arrts going north (ail. There was B far ae Innis- Dominion pay bration in, 'number of, our people went _to Hut expecting to takeuri .the. ing contests, but aE ttit-.y were postponed, pir1 account''of Itic heavy rain. 7.ula Coleridge, wrote oil Standard V.I; promotion ex- aminations last McdUine Mat: Mrs. James Acbcspn.jsBpending summer Mr. Acheson's a'cbupfc 6f inilcs" out of town. Frank is. .improving the appearance of Mr.. McLean's general siorc :veckj hy ;the -erfction; .nf a nc-al- .veranonh in ,H that the Grand Trunk Pacific: have boiight .auattcc FCC- tion of tli'o Tanhlser. two niilus from _'froni P. SEEK INCORPORATION Ginlacr, for thc-location-ojlheir star DARING BURGLARY "Coleridge, July movement has been on foot, for some time past, tn ire the iucotporation ot Coleridge n village ,V. largely-signed peti- tion rrpnv'lnc rcsiiienls was (orwaru- A to the Lieutenant-Governor in Council at Edmonton, and the Dc- larlment oi Public. Works has posted notices in the town informing all parties interested that the will he "taken up by the government m the 3rd of August. So that 11 likelihood our hamlet will be ull-flcdgcd incorporated municipality n' course of a ol months, nd tho election of.a village coimci, will in- in ..Candidates .ire al- carty preparing the 'vay (oc a nom- natiou. This Irustccs of Dnnmorc Schoni )istrict No. 173, have decided to ad- ertiun and self in (iccorriance with he School Assessment Ordinance, Brgc number of town lots and some uarter sections that p.rc over two cars in arrears for school taxes. A it has been prepared which will ho ubl shM in the Medicine Hat papers cxt week, and in the Alberta Ga- elic, Edmonton, The sale will "take lace on the 26th of August. The farmers ol the Coleridge .rtis- rict nrc rtclerririncrf there shall he n elevator in the town this fall to andle ihc heavy crops they arc look- ng forwarc. lo havvesling. U none f Ihc'old companies take the master hand a farmers1 joint stock eom- Bny will he formed to erect and ihti elevator. n. Morrow, ol Coleridge, r.nd hree Medicine Mat men mndc a .Vst rip from the flat to Bowcll 'n F- 4. GliUhcr's auto a (cw rtays ago, overing the sixtceri miles in 45 les. The return trip was marte in 4 minutes. The public; school closed for the ollOfiYs un the 30th of June and will pen on the II th of August. Mrs- Lftwsoii. and children, nnd rs. Burnett lei I Coleridge some rtays ;o for the Pacific Const, to nfjfMd lio summer months at A iv'itaring ace on the Oiilf of Georgln, 'inrili Vinconvfr, with her tinter.. urnett. of N'ormul utafl, Cal- iry. Mr. Lawson irlM join them let. J, ft. Lot (tiou and other A ilaring-.burglary.-war perpe.traled In Coleridge on an. early liour on morning. Thieves gained -.ihc Me- Carroll restaurant station, and carried oft the cash 'reg- ister. Kortwialcly' Mrs.. HcCarroll had lak'en the cash from .the-register hclorc. retiring on Sunday night, leav- ing unliL some small, change. "As the key in the :i.register the thieves'were able to "-exaniine its contents without destroying .the rpa-' chine, ..which tound.nevt only ji few-rods (roni.Hhe restaurant. The Mounted Police authorities at Medicine Hat were phoned to an< an officer was on the earlr on un- able lo find ant clue as yet to .tbt thieves. Monday morning, but haa been GOOD PUBLICITY FOR LETHtRWOI The OTCrseas Club Is Hvlnf7a lot .ot'publicity to Lethbrldge. .The lat- est ifl.Fiue of the'London Dally "Mall Overseas fives prpinlofiBce to Ihe Empire.Day delrtratlon tMl4 by the local club. In the beading the event and the saya: Certainly every member, of the. OTt eraeaa Club reason to be proud Branch, and tba 'members of (be committee deaene our congratulaMona. for jthe _ extremely meeting vblch they orcanlzed on.Empire'day. principal speaker was Mr B. B, Ben- nett, of Calgary, who Is famed; Ihrougbout Western'Canada a'pub- llc orator." "Thex guest of. the evening received a remarkable'ovation .whea. tbe audience, numbering over 300, assembled In the Curling en masse In ihls honor J i The followlni account ti taken from the Lethbrldre Daily Herald and Iv necessarily.' somevhat eondenaeq It is to be hoped that our nil parti of tbe wor'd vtli tmiilate Lethbrldge's example .and wlll'.jhrltev polltlclaDs from time to to addreea them on ol Imper- Interest. Then It quotes from Mr. Beuatt's] speech. OF because they find oar Ben-ice courteous and satisfactory Collecting Sale Noto-rrraWerring cash by Draft, Money Order or Telegraph Letters of Credit to proTidt funds for a facility which a progressive Bank can orTer at your Krvice at any Branch of The Union Bank of Canada. Main Office Mr. Raund Rsdnath M. TINNINO, Managar. A. H. Roach, AMlng Qrsssy W. Luckhardt. Manaoar. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., U.D.. D.C.L., ALEXANDER LAIRO, CkxtML CAPITAL JIQ.Q00.06Q REST, TRAVELLERS' GHEQUES limed by The Canadian Bank of Commerce an the moit convenient form in which to carry money when They are everywhere, Jtlf-idcntif) iaj, ud the exact amount payable In prio- cipal foreign countries is printed on tha face every cheque. 'Thf cheques are issued dtporninations of ilO, J20, J50, and J200. and may be obtained an application at Ihe Bank. In connection with its Travellers' Cheques The) Canadian Bank of Cnmmerce has issued a booklet entitled "InformatiaiJ of InteresttoHioaei to which will tie Mdt free to fof h. Ldhbridgc Branch C G. IL Noorse. Up. ;