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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JULY S, 1916 Slbcrta DAILY AND WEE KLY SubEcrlptton: Rates: fiaily, delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per Weekly, by mail, per year new industry of dry milk, making it in three methods. As compared with tho fresh article, dry milk is said to save seven-eighths of freight cost, will keep a long time, can shipped answerV, purpose of'j fresh miik iuit! is used now largely by baker? confectioners as It lends itself wonderfully well to cooking pur- 1QCJ ..Sii-oof Touching upon the enormous waste connected with tho present system of marketing timber from the yellow pine of tho United States., the lecturer said that tho timber in B.-C. Ms just as good and should be scien-i TELEPHONES till tally worked Tor the production or Business Office 1255! cth-vl turps and Editorial Office 3224 jrosin. Thousands of gallons of ethyl W.A.Buchanan John Torrancc jflloohol. said, are.'being nmdo in j Managing Director Business Manager (the United "States, fiaeh day from and as it is a foregone conclu-; Dates of subscriptions ap- tjia, the gasoline supply will! ALLISON A GIANT WITH A GIANT'S H. F. G. pear daily on address labei. Accept- {ultimately prove unequal to the de- 5AME- SHAPE IN STRIPED MADRAS TOOKE BROS., Limited. MONTREAL ance of papers expiration date is J ;_ our authority to continue the sub- .'mand, alcohol may present a solution I _ ecription. Your King and Country need you N'ght now! ;at au equal price. i Mr. Little is bringing.a very Ira-! iponaiu matter cei'ore our people. It; 'is criminal the waste tliat takes place' 'in this country. In Europe'murh or; ithe stuff burn or allow, to rot., nrciild Iso turned to some good pur- ipose. H Mr. Little can arouse real' i News from all theatre? of war con- !intcrcst in this mattor he will do great service '.o Canada. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR AICKEDUPIN TOP THE MAN conclusion of, Disinterested experts say the the DufT-aicredith Inquiry loaves Col. (manufacturing cost of a graze fuse John Allison without one tea ther of tho praise cont'orred on him by Sir Sum. except tlic piiid tributes'of his lawyers, who alluded to him 'Fiant of business." A giniit to bo sure with giant's tppelitp. His lawyer's defence took a Mirious nyt the patriot Sir Sum cracked him up to be. but a broker who took advantage of the war to go on brokering on n giant scale. Allison himself did not deny that he took ;commissions and that the taking of them was unknown to Major Gen- eral Sir Sam Hughes, whose backing ia'.I given him such a powerful pull with the various war offices of the In short, Allison owned up to rcrking his connection with Sir Sam o the limit, and his own lawyers did not find it convenient to go behind the admission. Once given tho word "scratch gravel" for himself. Alii- json seeuis to have got results which more than counterbalanced his short Scarcer of disinterested patriot iiml i pure but passionate friend of Sir Sam Some put it lower than eighty routs. But lot it go at n dol- lar. Tho minimum price at which the British war offlce. acting through thy Morgans, lot graze fuse contracts in the United StaU-ij was each. Thus a United States-company filling an ortiur tit- this price 'tor l.Gtiti.GGli graze fuses such Amerirmi Am-' tloii: company got from the Uert- shell. .epnniiUieij. would have chained and made approximately u would have profit of At per fuse, at which price adwei! says he could have afforded to pay a commission of halt" a million lellars, the American Ammiinition Co. j rouM have-made l.OGiUititi for whifh leaving com- ulsslons-out, would mean n profit of or counting the commission n. a .profit of -At at which price the Ameri- can Ammunition company was aetitallj tinues to be favorable for the allies. On the western front the allies have..__________________ not only been able to hold positions already taken in (he recent big drive.! No N'emiEcam. Etiikom but have been able to initiate a .iew are not German names, bombardment of German positions.; This is at least the case on the British I There must be great optimism one nipeg. and i filling another graze fuse contract Hughes. Indeed in regard to at least froin ,Iie Morgans at the time the ;one matter. Mr. Justice puff went the Bertram shell committee, was passin" {length of saying thai Ui? "put his hand out contract at per fuse, the .erican Ammunition company coultl inado graze fuses for Although certain little loose etuis, whk-h means -a profit of jlifce the full details of Miss Mabel 0- i .1. K. Beliveau. brother of (he arch-nn the public till and took out I bishop of St. Boniface, died at Win- Q00." [mv purposes. Lieut. J. E. fi. Belt, son of the late front where long range guns arts tne lincs m ranee wuen tne i Archdeacon Belt, of Quelph, was kill- more pounding away at the Germans. talk so confidently about the eti jn action. i Violent fighting is now in progress over ia two months. slang the whole British ..front Iroin i Ancre to .Montcuban. U. is' btaied that the'Germans have! from the Verdun front to aid in raaet-'j .ing the new offensive farther west. The' Russians have commenced a] An Edmonton gathering strongly i Edwards' bank book, were not finally dvocated registration for recruiting gathered up. Mr. Carvell made u fairly complete case of Colonel John Woaley AIHsim and his relations with the American Ammunition jamin Franklin Yoiikum's which got the fat order for Sewell Camp reports damage from "0-mile gale. Southern Alberta j rjier ou lhe wind Abraham Linglcy, a life-long resi- dent of Westfield N. at the age of SO. in ac- i tion. is a son of W. H. Th.ursi.qn, pub- 1" the Flesherton. Ont., Ad- Russia has accounted for half a big drive on the'Riga front, where a million Huns iE-the past month. The heavy bombardment of German de-iRussian bear seems to have struck his fences is in progress. Advancement proper stride at last. is also being mads on the Galician front. It is stated that the Germans j Admiral .Jellicoe reports German I lisher of vance. R. W. Turp, district superintendent of the Hydro-Electric System for Beaverton and Brcchin, died sud- denly. fuses at per. This juicy price which was fixed by Colonel Da- graze At ?2.70. at which price the Ameri- can Ammunition company is actually making 1.CGG.GC6 graze fuses for the shell committee at the- present time, the price having been cut from m viow of Mr. Kyte's disclosures, the bill would amount to and tho net manufacturing profit would be ml1Ho vid Carnegie without consulting the British war and after he had waved back at least two Canadian' companies who wanted to make graze fuses us being easy to manufacture and fat to sell, was afterwards trim- med to .but even at that .the American Ammunition company will make profit. Great Secret This contract for graze fuses seems to have been a great secret. General .are retiring their eastern front.! losses" in the Jutland fight as five war of the Dominion Arsenal Lloyd-George's appointment as wnrjvessels of the first class. Five capital has been grained-the tempora: secretary has been confirmed, with! ships is a vastly different report than of brigadier-general. Lord Derby as under secretary. [that .sent out by Berlin via Sayville. Admiral Jellicoe, reporting on the j Jutland battle cf May 31, now gives! The Herald welcomes to Lethbridge the Hun losses at two dreadnoughts, [the delegates to the Sth annual con- one pre-dreadnoiight, three battle [vention of the Christian Church of j five light cruisers, nine do-j Alberta, who are now in session here.) Btroyers. one submarine, and many.jLethbridge retains its reputation for J pointed the American Ammtnii tion company still stands to make JB.SSS.SJl-f profit. Add to that which was Mr. Cadwell's slice of. the million dollar Mr. Cart well is eighty par cent, of the American Ammunition the'American Ammunition company's net profit stands at At ?4, the price at which the Ameri- can Ammunition company took the I contract originally the graze the whole" order went r11S3H, wouW have amounted to ?6.- Pte. Raymond L. Telfonl, son of combination which he had got [GCG.664, a manufacturing profit of 000.000. Subtract the million dollar Mr. th. Colonel G. who is in charge Hughes says he did not know.about it ,t after the contract was made.' irary rank Colonel Allison maintained that he did 'not know about tti'e graze Subtract from this the commission split by Yoa- which commission was. handed over by Yoakum.ln Colonel John Wesley OXY4C1 The modern method of uniting matals by heaUnn. without hammer- ing or compression, If it's metal we run weld The piece wilt bo strongeat where it is 321 6TH STREET SOUTH. NEXT TO HERALD. .OF CANADA Give Your Wile an Interest in the family's finan- cial progress by open- ing a Joint Account in the Union Bank of Canada, in her name and your own. You will find it a very convenient arrangement, for then either can attend to the banking when in town, making deposits or withdrawing money. In case of death, the balance automatically goes to the survivor, LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. R. TjNNING, Manager GRASSY BRANCH, H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager. R L. ex-M. -P. P-, for Leduc, [together. So far as the evidence goes, Alberta, uiud i'rom wounds received Colonel Carnegie was the only one in action. Colonel David Carnegie, of the Im- perial Munitions. Board; has been ap- olkers damaged. being the convention city of the south. Keep the Lethbridge Highlanders In mind. They need..100 men to fill up j to the denartnien't'-of-militia. A. D.' Rankin, for' many years prom- inent in commercial circles at Bran- retire from business GETTING RID OF WASTE The extent of the wasteful methods} the battalion. They are the senior j and leave that owing to III in vogue in this country was in toe province. Help [health. sized very strongly by A. D. Little, a them nil up the ranks. It Is Southern' ty Boston engineer, who accompanied aj Vice-President Biirj on his recent tour gt through the west. .Mr. Little Is or-, ganizing the new research department lii of the Canadian Pacific railway and il is a technologist of note in the United is States, connected with the_ Massa- >c chusetts university of Technology. Alberta's duty. f Methodist churcii, nas .been made an honorary lieutenant-colonel minister of militia. commission from this, but add Cad well's share of and We are sonry Britain's foreign sec- retary is abandoning the plain and much honored name of Edward Grey Capt E p Henderson, a graduate j The strong meat, strong and high, for an earldom. He was plenty good I of Upper Canada College and M. C., the inquiry is this graze fuse con- that knew about the British war oflico torder for graze, fuses, and it was ae who fixed the price at although the same kind of fuses were being made in the United States at that very time for ?2.-10. The graze fuse contract was two-thirds of the order" for fuses which went to the American Ammunition company. It was -en.1 this contract with the Ameri-i. can Ammunition company that AUison f made. 'efs drew down his commission oi a qunr- "la" and stood a mighty ter of a minion doltam. money, and plain sailing. As it is, ce being whittled to 52.70, the! -American Ammunition company will j net ,profit" of the American Ammuni- tion company on this deal would have teen Thus, it works out that this favored company, the pet of Colonel John Wesley Allison, Sir Sam's, friend and super-patriot, even if the porliaraent- rightened the price down Military orders announce that Rev. Mr. Carvell put It. which was prac-j Dr. superintendent of the tically stolen from the British treasury thj pril by the man endorsed by Sir Sapi t-lHughes, minister of militia for Cana- Ida, acting in -the Eacred capacity of trustee for tfie British government. 1 THE CANADIAN BANE OF COMMERCE' Sin EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LL.D., D.C.L., Prosldcnl AIRD, General Jlanacsr H. V. F. JONES, Asi't fiencnl M.n.iru, .V. C..BROWN, Suporintcimenl of Central Wcsicrn Br..ncho. "lESEBVE FUND, The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every facility for the transaction of their banking business, including the discount and collection of sales notes. 'Blank sales notes ue supplied free of charge on application. Vl62 Branch R. T. Bryinner, Mgt enough without the frills. It is true, also, that he is worthy, of the highest The utilization of waste Sax ma- j honor -that can be paid him. His terial for paper pulp; the making of [greatest reward, however, is the grati- and partition boards fromftude and esteem of his fellows, and oat straw; the recovering j ._______ ID of gasoline from casing head gas; ro- e, tary gas producers for utilizing lig- nite; the using of straw as fuel; the n drv milk industry; paper bag ana 10 twine industries, and the production of in ethyl alcohol from Umber were some of the important achievements touch' -1) ed upon by Mr. Little lii an address made at Vancouver, i. Explaining that the object of the ja new Canadian Pacific railway research "ft is not to teach communi- ou but rather to co-operate and de- an organization for the develop- Lloyd George is now secretary of war. He can have anything he wants Just now, though it is certain he did not ask for the war office job. It was thrust- upon him. It is interesting to recall the attitude of Britain to Lloyd George IS years ago and it's present view him. Then nothing was too bad for him; now nothing is too good. The proposal that subdivisions should be "put into crop will find ap- proval in this city. There is enough vacant land within the city limits, not Snanclal return. .Growing grain- good deal better- tha'n-'weeds. The LaJgar is EO carae to mpnt and progress of the vast reEour-jpa7ing tgxeEt that lt put into a therein contained. Mr Little saidicrcn lhe city wouid yieid a fine that the g03pel of research will be preached broadcast. It will be the aim to assist in developing all natural re- U00 build new Industrie anj "5- the application of scientific methods improve some now existing, by Stop- ping the enormous drain of waste. "Kith statistical figures the lecturer) contended that notwithstanding the dearth of paper material: in the United States, many thousand tons' are wasted there ahniially; By ing waste flax in pulp form an-avenue cf loes can readily be turned1 td one 2i pat gain, he said. Flax, fibre also'. could be transformed frv scientific methods into wool for u age ia railroad boxes and journals. Experiments along practical lines -nith straw from wheat and oats also has proven that an excellent building Kingston, son of Elmes -Henderson, Toronto, was tilled while-on service in India. A Deam, of -Pelham town- ship, was killed in; a collision with a trolley between "Welland- -and -Fonthill on the NT. P. and T. Electric railway. Deceased was riding a -motorcycle. Trains over the iKettlfe Yalley rail- way via Hope cut-off, whfch will re- duce the time and! Vancouver to 37 hours, will corpmence running Monday, July ,31. tract, which Mr. Carvell summed up in these words: "It was so vicious that the people had to know some- thing about it. At: the time con- tracts had been let for this fuse in the United States for ?1.7S: It was so vicious that the very (Cad- well) who was contracting for it com- pleted a contract at for this fuse, and Carnegie knew Cadwell was mak- 4n r Alhsoii-Bassick share of the cominis- eion amounting to means a net profit of It was heads I win, tails the British war office loses, whatever happened. J 'By the way, who is Bassick and what} right had he to He did not appear as a witness before the commission- He is said the owner of a two by four lock works in Connecticut and he never seems to have had any intention of making ing these fuses, yet he never asked jillses- What did he do with his the price. The contract was so un- 000? Did he all or did-he split consciencable that the price was cut It-- with somebody, else, as Yoakum Welch for the Rogers' Pass tunnel;