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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta K Sb: letbbribije HIDcrta DAILY IIKIUI.R DAILY AND WEEKLY tally. Dally, Call: Subscription Rates: delivered, per week delivered, per year by mail, per year lOc lA AICKED UP IN .SSING FOR THE BUSY The into tune Is IHM Mrs, Holly tit'ycnV for- I'BtlmiUed at Weekly, by mail, per year TELEPHONES Business Office Kdilorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business .Manager Dales of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear dailv on address label. Accept- Naturally the Hquor moii arc mud antt could not bo oxpoi-ti-d to vote Tory, but in votniK Liberal ihcy do not neot any comfort. The Liberal party led the way with prohibition, it mould-j ed publir opinion, and did more to j wroi-li the liquor busiues? thau tho; Torit-s. Hut it was straifihi ami above, lioard ond did not dri-i'lvc ilio Manor interests. On the olhoi1 hand tho Con- st'i'valives misled (lit1 liquor people j ami ronseqiUMUly the liquor people will do all they ran to net even, though they know iherc is no hope j for them with Ihe Liberals. j ThV conservative broupin in tho j .Iames lllrc.h. fur7urtv veRre a teach- bMingual question in nn eflon to stiun-1 pr in Chathain Of pncumoniii at pede Protestant Liberals but their agc 01- ,sj. srhenie did not work. They also tried j to alarm certain elements of the elec- torate by iusimmting Uuu the Oenimn. Lcar. elei'.tors of the riding weiv votnis __ si the gov-1 M. -A. 1'tefiou. a widel Maniiitoii. Out., contractor, (.Jraysou liurrtiss. ;t well-known To- ronto insurance brcUcr. is dead. .Mrs. Alary A. J. Muir. vidrr Alexander Muir. composer of WUDXKSDAY. JULY 12. MR authority to continue scription. Rev. Ur. n. C. I'iii.ieon lias accepted the position of convenor of the Pres- byieriau uf Home Missions. Liberal us n protest .erumeiu's p spend it ures on the w, sub-JAM these eries wort ridiculous sin only united with the Conservn-; appointed nuinager of the Siuu- Itivcs in placing prohibition on Hunk at Chatham. !statute books, but they are also agreed j 'on bi-lingualism and war expeudi- J ROUND THE CIRCLE I There i, absolutely no .lifter-1 OF THE WAR ietu'e tliem 'luestions j _ :real critical struggle for vie-! imlicy. The Conservative Texas proudly calls mention I Vour King and Country need you tight nnw! director of the -Maple Leal Co .therjlhe fact that she lias ilOO.OM acres of r torv or defMtr'is'the VaTcven Uer-1soivriimpul was attached on critics and newspapers describe its nuancia. ndntinlstrat.on. the conflict now joins on as a result i 'Is ll.vdro-electric policy and us failure I pmUil sr of the great allied offensive on the exportation of nickel, i OIlt.t, of the Hudson's Hay western and eastern AndGer-j" so il 1U Alllert' 15 "eacl- many is feeling .he pressure of thejnot reach .i.e. enemy in this war On allies'drive. From east and west pour lalier question V.. t. -Maclean., Baltilljoll_ was sen. into German hospitals thousands of Conservative 31. I', for South ork.: K[ Ktngsion 10 mve year. Bounded, and the peonlc of the a straight appeal to the electors j -j.j North 1'erlh to defeat .lie Conser-j Representatives ol the Italian gov. vlc.orv for" Uie I vative candidate. I'mmestionahly Lib- eniment in Tnr- close at hand Leader social reforn the asrlcultitral development policy.; _ vallev of brought many votes to the Liberal; A snlan American flag is pasted to indiciate avery marriage license issued by the The Toronto Telegram had a report- j ilarriage License Bureau of l.os All- 0 D Here's the Shaving Cream puts an end to "razor "at'tcr- stinp-" and all other shaving- nuisances. Use this new anti eiilirelj- different Shaving Cream. It results in a quicker, cooler, easier shave with no bite and sting attached. Ihi- You abvthis novel trtht. Shave ono side of your face with MemienV mid the other side with the preparation you now use. See what different results' you get. 0 E D allies i: The capture of hill dominating the Somnie and overlooking Peronne. and the final taking of Contalmaison by .he British, mark further important ;onto expert io purchase several thous- and remounts in Ontario. in the conslitueucy during the bye-; sc es' a' _ advances which have been made on election and he observed that the dis-1 Hev George A. B. A.. the western front closures at Ottawa were doing great Alta.. has gone to Toronto 10 enlist On the Russian front advance is damage to the Conservative cause.! for overseas service with Toronto un- still being made towards Kovel. and! Fathers, with sons at the front or pre-1 _ farther to the south. !paring for activa service, declared) Johll lUnnigan, son of Mr. T. .1. 'they would get even with the party of Guelph. has been re- in Mesopotamia and the Caucasus, fighting continues between the Rus- sians and the Turks. The British have set up the claim !D lhat allowed J. VYesley Allison and commended for a Victoria Cross other favorites to make money out of j services at the front, the war. The Conservative party can- j for Send loc.formtdittmsistd trial tube and fm can of Mennen's "Talcum for T Men" to I 10 McCuI Si'., Tonsil, Oil. in United States that the submarine not expect to avoid punishment for j Arlhnr S. .larvis. manager of the j _____ Union bank at Montreal, formerly merchantman which reached a United these offences by the electors when-! a, Calgary, Regina and Toronto, is S.ates port from Germany on Monday ever the opportunity offers. j dead. was a warship. i is simply one of four rateDa-ver, Sle Marie bye-eleciious since the provincial t H hrin water elections of 1914 that show ihe seiui- frcm Creek at u cost of j meiu of Ontario. First in Dutulas in' PRINCE K1NDA! j Africun potentate who was asked to leave his quarters at the Toronto Y.M.C.A. while appearing at a the- litre, in that city. The Prince says it it because of his color but this the j Y.M.C.A, denies. time when the agitation is renewed port of Canadian nickel to the Inter- j national Nickle company, the an-: THE EXCUSES OF THE SLACKER Recruitin, agents in Lethbridge are having a hard time of It 10 get results. I and would not be displeased it some i Whitney, a the death ol bir Conservative majority 01 liobert Uernmin ,10 dled Petro. a was pDM of ,he Qi.der ,o wllich be. in .Medical Corps. Both ti lly supplied with money. noiiucement that tbe German aubnier- j A. Mann, for the past 12 years j sihlc Deutsehlancl is to take buck a j of the branch of the iJer-j cargo of nickel of which the enemy! Mitchell, Oni.. be- j "sorely in need' 'arouses consm- j Every third garage in Canada is a Ford sales and service station Service is only important to you when you heed It it is very important. Even the best of motor cars, sometimes require at- tention. If you are a Ford owner, a third of Canada's garages assure yon this attention when you need without inconvenience and at a minimum of expense. Every one of the five hundred and fifty Ford Dealers In Canacla carries a complete stock of Ford spare parts and is competent to make repairs and adjustments when occasion demands. No matter where you go, Ford Service is never out of reach if you drive a Ford. Like the Ford car Service is universal. The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avunuu South. Ford Runabout Ford Tourinp 530 Ford Coupes 730 Ford Sedan 890 Ford town Car 780 f. o. b, Ontario Phone 633. AI! cars completely equipped, including electric Equipment does not include speedometer" modification of the Derby! registration (nearly SOO was reduced to about 80; scheme we're in force here. With a [second in East Hamilton, the Conser-; _ large number of eligible iaeri vatiye majority of 1500 was brought! One hundred more avm not in khaki, the recruiting agents to 2S. and then in Peel the Con-] making- strong personal appeals but iservatire candidate who; was raised up j ihev get more excuses than recruits. I crooked horse deals, was defeated.; "crh nm inm -i Penh, with the great turnover! Governor Hiram W. Johiuon of Cal ,Sih Batten .recruiters run into a Mondavi election shows "oraia has entered the primary cam. .lot of efcuaes or. their rounds. They indicated m Mondaj s election, .hows candidate for the rmtcd are told that joinins the forces was not I that the tide in Ontario is still QU [he tk.. patriotism; tbet is no reason for n'ng strongly against the Conservative ket> iongell mnre ,hail r.0 years tors have been ashed, for "by the Brit- ish Admiralty for the Royal Piyiug Corps. i chants Bank at i comes manager at Perth, and interest here. uct-eeued by J. Nichol, of Botli- 'well lie succeeded by J. Nichol, of Botli-j Only nickel the ship could carry i !s Canadian nickel. It is mined up near Sudbury and exported to the James Gardhouse. a TveU'kiiown United Slates for "refining by the In- farmer of Eiohicoke township. York terriaiiorial nickel trust, county, is dead, aged 85. Fie had j After the war broke out the govern-. one of the finest herds of Shorthorn t ment took steps to see where our {cattle in Canada. .One of his sons, nickel goes. The trust guaranteed} (John, was warden of. York county. that none of it reaches the enemy, and those who investigated were sat-j OF CANADA Harry Smedley. eldest son of Mr. Isfied. The company also promises to joining until other young fellows were made to join, too; that a man who gave up a good position and used that fact to 'induce others to join was a poor patriot; that England was not and" ".Mrs Smedley. establish a refinery in Canada, and! irnore, A Ha., is officially reported to! under the circumstances the export party. Stratford City Council decided against importing, foreign labor, The farmer, the cool drink and ice j though work on the new main sewer cream dispenser, and the sun are all is greatly delayed owing to lack oi worth dying for; that, when the war I is over, returned soldiers will be for-; smiling these days. men. ihave been drowned on H.M.S. Hamp- shire with Lord Kitchener and j staff. Major H. Beison. who was organ- Helena and Katheleen Moss, daugh- Henrv Ford, the dry candidate forUcrs of Mrs Clias. H Moss. Montreal. gotten; thai there is too much graft. L_ g pre5ident! The first ihtnp we I and 20 years of age. were drowned in Canada connected with war Henry be -ue; together in Lake L'Achigan, near plies, ami that compensation for dis- Shawbridge, Que. tblement is entirely inadeauate. There j other excuses but these are Vulcan repeats the story. are other excuses but these are enough. There is only one. way to get that sort of fellow to tration or compulsion. If all tbe re- maining eligiblea in Canada think alike the sooner some scheme to get them into khaki la evolved by government the better. To get men otherwise is going to be a big problem. Southern Alberta farmer has enough confidence in the land around him to buy it even at fancy prices. His faith augurs well for the future uf the Colored alien waiters have been on- Tne! S2Set' Camp Borden in preference to Canadians, according to a -deputa- tion which waited oa the Toronto Trades and Labor Council was permitted. Recently the agitation has been re- newed, it being claimed that the trust! is international in more ways than by name, and that German armament; j firms are interested in it. j I Says it Cannot be Done Toronto, July an interview j (here today Howard Ferguson.! minister of lands, forests and mines, i stated it was utterly impossible that' i Diaphanous gowns have been placed under a ban by Mayor Beall, of Alton I With Casb in the Bank You Can Buy Advantage You know how costs more when you have to buy on credit. Why not practice sell-denial tor a while if necessary, open a Savings Account In the Union Bank of Canada, and with the tnoney In hand, buy at Cash prices? The discounts will help to swell your bank balance, and you will hive made a good start towards financial' Independence. G. R. TINNING, Manager! H. E. SANDS; Acting Manager.' SLETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE CRANCH, Mzer and inspector of cadets in Brit- 1 ish Columbia, for some time, has been appointed aide-de-camp to Lieut.Gen. Sir Percy Luke, commander-m-cliief I of the forces in Mesopotamia. I. 1 111., and and girls wearing shadow draperies who happen to get between the sun and the mayor or i the Alton policemen will be arrested. Rev. Dr. W. J. Clark, of Westmount, Investigation of the question of land que "lias received word that his son settlement by returned soldiers should j wbo was an ofncer jn the Canadian _______ undertaken by the Dominion aov- j foree5 at tlu, froilt vvas killed in ac- eniment in the opinion of the Hos- The consumers hope there will be j pjtai3 commission, no miners' strike. They prefer a i peaceful seilieraeni. A wage increase.! The Toronto Board of Education re- PEOPLE WANT RESULTS ON QUESTION If the'commissioners can find a pure and sufficient water supply close enough to the city that it can be Ino matter how it is secured, alwavs fllscd a hearing to Ur. J. G. O'Dono- ghue. who to present Uie case I conies out of the pockets of the man I who buys the coal. of union workers on the school con- and Rev. Frank Rae, of Unlon ville, Ont, has been notified that his son is among the missing. The handwriting on the wall: Mani- MlJOBfrGOVUS into the hold of the submarine Deut- schland for trans-shipment to Germ- any. The British secret service l make it its business to know where 1 pound of Canadian nickel goes. Thfe firms who receive it are licensed, j and none of it could possibly reach the warehouses from which the Dent- schland will load up for her return j of Manitoba Winnipeg. Man.. July A plan practically completed where Ojtv of Winniueg and tho prov- trip, he stated. make about lie made availabls In New York will serve the purpose equally well, hence tile plan here outlined. NOW CONSIDERING IMPERIAL COUNCIL London. July Bonar Law, secretary of state for the colo- nies, stated in the house of commons today that the question of the inaug- uration of an imperial- chamber, or council, was engaging the attention of the home and overseas government, it was impossillle to make any County Constable Edward Graham itoba, Quebec and Nova Scotia general of Lugenia Falls, Ont.. commit- broughi in cheaply by a gravity fnr trHt nn a rharap of a compete defeat for the'tcfl Ior inai R oi well and good. But if not. they i shouldn't hold up the filtration plant very long waiting to find out about the alternative. We are likely to have fairly clean pure water from now till j next spring. During that time a purer supply or a purification plant must be installed. The people will be satisfied with results, nothing less. Conservatives; Prince Edward Island genera! election a bare viqtory; West- moreland. X. 3., Vancouver and Vic- toria, B.C., and Peel and Xorth Perth. Ont., bye-elections. TIDE RUNNING AGAINST CONSERVATIVES Conservatives excuse their whelming defeat in the provincial elec- Miss Chitose L'chida. B.A., a clever young member of the Japanese colony of Vancouver, was in the first class to be graduated from the new university of British Columbia, It's a wonder B. C. didn't exclude her from the uni- versity. Probably since the white- tion in North Perth by saying that Dick McBride has left tho pro- ivince there is no more of the clamor for a white B. C. The Jap girl, any way, deserves credit. Her record proves that she belongs to a persever- ing, brainy race. liquor vote went against them, very likely true that the liquor men voted against the Tory candidate if for no other reason than they had beer, doublecrossed and wanted re- venge. At the last general elections in Ontario the Liberals appealed to the electors on a Banish-the-Bar platform. The Conservatives stood for local option and license, and of Uie Htjtiui Vote vViis rtoiiuiy at Jhelr back. The Liberals were badly defeated, and the liquor men fell at east-. Early this year the Ontario government, the government (hat was in power because it had the liquor vote with it. yielded to a popular de- mand for prohibition and a measure preventing the saie of liquor in On- UrJo cornea into effect In September. FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Gco. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK seditioiib language to a recruiting of- ticer. One Braniford man answered the appeal of a weeping woman who, bid- ding good-bye to her husband, from whom she had not been separated for thirty years, asked young men near by to follow him into khaki. Police Magistrate .fudd, in suspend- ing sentence on five men desert- ed from battalions in training at said that deserters in Lon- 'don will hereafter be given the limit of two years in the penitentiary. W. P. Dundon, barrister, Mediciae Hat, has been apprized of the death of a younger brother. James St. John Dundon. who was a lieutenant serv- ing with the R. A. M. C. in the Meso- potamian campaign. A London Eng., newspaper had a picture of Pte. Pandean, of Hiawatha, near Peterboro, Ont., who is described as a North American Irdian actlns as siiiper in Flanders. He has ac- eluding two officers. Diverting the attention skyward of the coUBlable who guarded him, by shouting "Look 3t. the (J. Fred f'ooner, a London, Ont., taxicab driver, found it possible to jump from a bngfiy and make liin escape. Coop- cr was arrested ftt Lwnii villas, charged with driving while In an In- toxicated condition. Ex-Aid. John Piper Martyn, one of the oldest residents of Elgin couniy, died at Sparta. Ont., aged S7. He was once a candidate in East Elgin for the Ontario legislature. For years j he was prominent in St. Thomas mess circles. _ I Lieut. C. Galer. son of II. X. Galer. of the International Coal and Coke Co.. has received an appoint- I ment on the staff of the directors of I supply and transport Overseas Can- adians. He went overseas as lieuten- jant last March, with the Third Divis- I ional Train. Although the C. N. R- is being sup j plied with an average of two hundred I empty cars a day through Saskatoon! i and sending over two hundred load I ed cars, reports indicate that the i whole of the grain crop of the j Goose Lake line will not be moved r before the new crop is ready. A miniature Hed River cart, made by Otter Skin, an Indian of the File Hills Agency, has been presented to Sir Robert accompanied by a letter from the Indian agent Betting j forth that the Indians have given over to patriotic purposes, while -0 of the 40 eligible for service Have enlisted. James B. Jewell, who was deposed as chief of the Great Falls fire depart men l erai ujju, AIM v. reinstatement was ordered by the r.iv trict court lasl week.vhas n deposed, charges being pref-irred against him by Mayor Ftisek. Chafes have to do wilh anialleKod exces-jh'p use of intoxicating liquor, wifh alleged use of improper laMEiuigo HI members of the department, with making aUnged improper use or tin fire apparatus and with alleged neg- lect duty., NOT CHECKED YET _____ New York, July and cooler weather failed to- day to materially check the epi- demic of infantile paralysis which has claimed 23S lives In New York City within two weeks. During the 24 hours which ended at 10 o'clock this morning 14 deaths and 103 new cases were reported. Thirty.of the new cases were in Manhat- tan. MRS. M. A. J. MUIR, Relict of the late Alexander Muir, composer of Canada's natimml an- them, who died in Toronto in lu-r tilth year, last Wednesday. ince of MumtoUft hut it wa and at the same time help statement on the subject at the prea- Britain to finance its war purchases feilt-stage. in the United States. It IK proposed ___ that the province should borrow in New York, where money is j relatively cheap, and uso it to retire bonds held In England. On ti'.is trans- j action there would be a saving oi on the principle and an ad- j ditional saving interest. The city of Winnipeg -would borrow j in New York" to pay London off. real- izing by the arrangement.! Manitoba owes in London about! and Uie city U is believed that, should the war timie much lonser. the wiiolu of tliose debts would be'converted from London to New York. The reason for this rnove is twofold. In the first place i tlia United Kingdom cannot borrow' any more money from the United j States at present, and must therefore j find a way of establishing ne.iv credits in New York. This is done by mobil-1 izing securities held in Britain and j shipping them across the AthinMr-. Canadian securities provided they can Hail Insurance Let us place your risk. We guar- antee reliability of the Company and FAIR de- it now. R. V. Gibbons Co. Balmoral Block, Lethbridce, Phone 119.1 HAIL INSURANCE Mr Farmer when you buy SEED GRAIN, you get tho best. When yoii buy HAIL INSURANCE, also got tho cofta no more itnd in event of less, you get fuli payment. Tlio 'British-America (Strongest Canadian) ,v Assets..................... and tho Home Insurance of New York, PB.139.915 81 GUARANTEE Lowest Rates, Prompt Adjustment, Best Protection WRITE TELEPHONE CALL W. F. NELSON COMPANY, 416 6th Street Sou'h TELWKONE 1214. LETHBRID.GE, ALTA. P. O. BOX 354.; ;