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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Sli: letbbuibije Hlbcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, per year Daily, liy mail. year .Weekly, by mall, per year roinnlnli.s niueli lonser in nubile ollice. Bvon leaders must have soiuelluiii: to lead." Tito Spectator points to a weaklies.- that frequently develops in all govern- ments. Cabinets become autocratic, anil consequently soon lose the con- fidence of their supporters. An ad- .ministration to lie Mlcccssfill should llii'op close to tlie people, anil the best i method is to have the oar of the poo- lives When a cabinet neglects to R iICKED UP IN ASSlNGdZn FOR THE BUSY MAN .Minister ot Anrlculturt> Motlicrwotl says Saskatchewan crops aru jus; ns healthy as at this time last year A mountain in the liocliies, on the TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office............... W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Maiuipe Dates of expiry ot subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers alter expiration date is our authority to continue the sub scription. Your King right naw! and Country need you The voter does not lay bis] grievances before a cabinet minister. J nor does lie otter his views or a criti-, as a rule to such a personage-.'. lie comes in contact wiili a cabinet minister very rarely and when lie does j meet him lie does mil feel Intimate; iMioueh to talk plainly. With the uri-1 linssett KHioll. of I'eterboro us a .-.entry ut Bar- Sirili.OOU Christian Science I vate member ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The great offensive of tlie allies on both east and west lias hrouKht the armies to a position now where they j are rapidly outflanking the German; forces. The British have swung up the southern end of their line until the whole front runs almost due east and west, which puts them in a posi- tion to seriously menace the Geruiau flank. The French are similarly sit- naied south of tlie Somme. The two armies are engaged in strengthening their new positions and are preparing is difiei-ent. He is closer to the people and at the same time in close relationship wiih the members of tlie government. IE is the proper relationship between the private member and tltt istei-5 the government know the mind of the great public, and there should be no excuse for them failing to act in conformity with tlie j views and requirements of the people, i is when cabinet ministers neglect I consult the private member and I force their owi: views upon their I'ol- In the last century uiiM'im.uli copies of the Bible havi Ve" ated in the world. Burns Brown, thineoli years old. died at Chatham. Out., as a result of fallin? from a freight train. The Kruiipa have acquired what is j described as '.lie richest manganese ore fields in Germany. lie-.'. J. T. Siraclian. a graduate of j Kuox College, has been ;-.iHel to tlio j pastorate at Nassagaweya. O.K. I lowers and the people that they be-; come doomed for aj fall. Governments at times assume i A. .ver. Long lease of Deparlmeu power tends to cultivate the auto cratic characteristic. ntherland. p' practising :-i i been J L. Clark, of -he I'bysics] of Queen's -leiUlis of ti-.s Dutch ure pro-ally, j ____________ Ueut. Harold Bright, of Mount The Tory member for North Perth i Foresti very suddenly of spinal for further efforts. The capture of first German posi- tions on an eight-mile front by the British with 7500 prisoners taken is announced as a result of ten days' fighting. The British have also re- taken Trones wood, where some heavy flghting has been, in progress. At Verdun heavy German attacks have been made, but repulsed. The Russians are engaged in serious conflicts in northeastern Bukovrina, where they threaten Pinsk. The ad- vantage has been with the Russian forces who are pressing their advance. German aeroplanes have attacked Calais, and a German submarine raid- ed the sea coast town of Seaham Har- 'bor. British officials are seriously con-j cerniug themselves over the status ofl the new German submarine merchant! shin now in U. S. she must be classed as a warship. This provides a new complication for United Stutes, "7 resigned to accept a comfortable gov- meninj :itis. while home from the Lon- eminent job. As a result the Ontario don camp. government is placed in a very tin-1 Qf s" Andrew's Presby- comfortahle position and are prob-, Alia.. l.rese-H- ably not thinking too kindly of lbeiei pastor's wife with tour full mail with the new job. sets of Communitysilier. North PertlJ The Minister of Militia is consid- Model 75 B f. o. Toronto, Dot. 4 cylinder en bloc motor 3-J" bore x 5" stroke 4-inch tires, non-skid rear Cantilever rear springs Streamline body Electric starter Electric lights _ Magnetic speeoometer Complete equipment 5-passenger Touring Rondster The new Overland Series 75 B is the world's most powerful low priced carl No other car at anywhere near the price has the power, pep, speed and snap! In all parts of the country it is delivering 50 miles an hour! 20 to 25 miles on a gallon of gasoline is not unusual. Come in for a demonstration and inspection. S. WILLIAMSON CO.. 320 9TH STREET SOUTH __ LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1546 in The day before the North Pertb i erjns a proposal to organize two in election Premier Hearst declared the, ,-antJj. divisions and train them it Conservatives would bold the seat. A Canada directly for the front, premier should.never prophecy Sir John Macdonalds time-worn declara- bf Mmoal tiou that au election is as Hnd jn an in.'l, as a horse race, should ever be kept thirty-live who belie.-es in iu mind. 1 dhism." CANDIDATE IIl'GHEH ALMOST SMILKS has resigned Wcsttnii'.ster Presbyterian Dr. An Interesting point, in recent evi- dence at Regina was the admission has accepted a under oath by W. L. JIcTavlsh. editor a Congregational clmrcli of the Province, a newspaper of Re-; Claire. Wisconsin, giua. the official Conservative organ, j that be had no evidence to submit to j fron Church call to Sir lohtl Kennawav. the veteran 101 president of the C. II. S., lately c i any of the royal commissions. his year. At U'icot. in raters. They claim j legislature sat. the Province: Devon, where he resides, be regular- 1 .ditorial col-! ly reads the lessons in church. has persistently, in its _ umns. stated, that further charges: 6Iarl if v.-ould be brought out against Libera, jo, steel which M P P 's in due time. On the ivit- j tile United States Steel Ooironilio i MANITOBA'S ness "stand the editor was compelled j to erect at Oiibway PATRIOTIC LOAN admit he bad no evidence of au> -or. ,Jnt. is loot! for thought for Cana-jkind to submit to the commissions A coroMrt ]ury at Hamilton dian "financiers in the -cueme con- i and that his editorial statements were that Jos. o. .Xatowski i Brow, pro- false.______ j The ingenuity of the Germans in i scantling. Willys-Overland, Limited Head Office and Works, West Toronto, Ont. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. D.C.L.. President JOHN AIRD. H. V. F. JON11S. M.n.fff G. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Western CAPITAL; RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest ;lt the current rate is allowed on all deposits of and npwards. Direful attention is given to every account. Smull arc welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in the mimes of two or more persons, with- drawals to be made by any one of them or by the survivor. Lethbridge Branch R. I. Bryinner, Mgi vineiai treasurer of Manitoba, where- bv large blocks of Canadian securities now held by British capitalists might [inventing now e -IICIU if, ijiiuuu r ,1 In Will! 1 be transferred to New York, thereby could cross the .-UiantR with a merchant submarine ihat j Humired6 of tellers, parcels, tele cargo i r> etc.. arc being received in Ber- j N mobilizing Canadian credit for British j is marvelous, i, is indeed a very re-1 adaressed to I __ use iu prosecuting the war, and at the sourceful nation we "gluing ith and re. rh same time saving Canada millions of all its genius. ,t ,s still posseted dollars in principal and interest char- characteristics ol the barbarian, and monip- borrow-ed it is these characteristics that the lu. __.. _. ges on borrowed. nitiois of the world are' known employees of the Grand Trunk There is no doubt that the great jciulized naUons ot me Niagara Falls and war has resulted in gold pouring Into j struggling to oveicomc Hie mil d at Nlagara Fans. V. I Stewart James McKeomi, 66 years old, for many years oue, of the best in sold pouring into j struggling from ail countries in the chant submarine has a Resolutions Endorsed The executive, referred to above, commits itself to the following pro- "T' Hosnltal Dinricts-We. believe The executive of the j nnrt% should Rural Hospitals STRONGEST BOARD COMPANIES, APPROVED BY ALL BANKS I irta Securities, -iALMORAL. BLOCK. the L'. S. Svorld. with the consequence that money is plenty and fairly cheap across the line. Canada's credit is good ijl the Xew Rork market, and onr in the day; Germany is on the path j Jolin an Erinsville young to probably a very early defeat.! man who fell from a third story win- After the war it is to be hoped the! dow in a Xapanee iiotel regained con- Teutol people bend their ene, j after being insensible for F. Raton, of Hamilton, Las the and abilities to the advancement; Manitoba scheme simply resolves intojoi science in a world or peace. our taking advantage of our position j in the U. S. money markets, borrow-1 E_ F B.JOHNSTON ing money there at a cheap rate retire our obligations in London and transferring our bonds from London to New York. This mobilization of Canadian securities in New York would create a credit against which the British government could work in on or ecently an organization known j distinction of commanding the larg- est troop of boy scouts in the British >TON aad the sec- 'Rs Tllo Free IJUDHC Hospitals League, CRITICIZES BORDENjond largest iingle band in the world with headquarters at Calgary, has tak- i eu up tjje matter and is carrying on a bel-ore tne annual conventions of LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1248 A Compulsory referendum i After the hospital districts are ar-: ranged a proper time should be given for consideration, but a definite date j members. list of articles of con- Says Premier is Spineless and History! of Government One of Graft j and Corruption j __ Toronto. July F. B. John-! plates and papers. l-r.m- tne tintisii governmeni. cuuui m KC the celebrated counsel who j boo and eiecrical appliances a iecuring munitions of war. and would j represented the opposition before the for use in war, and their component therefore serve a'twofold 'purpose. i Meredlth-Duff ini to in- j parts. vigorous publicity campaign. Basis in Co-Operation The basis for the hospital movement tar sensitized photographic fouml in the co-operation relation oi tbe people. The rural population of. Alberta voices its sentiment on this question in its organization wheie In -lipir lllace men and women, cacii in ttieir piacL, T co-'operative way for would be an enormous savins to the country and a great aid 10 Britain in ber problem of financing war pur- chases. Our legislators and civic gov- ernrnetlts would do well to look into i required strong leadership. the scheme and co-operate to work it I "The history of Burden' out on a big scale. 'thR'n'm time in his career at the Lib-! officers and men whoi put tv.- i era! picnic, at Marktiam on Saturday. try to expense jlle scorchingly arraigned the Eorden j ,fn, .f i government. He declared Premier I Borden to be utterly spineless and i unable to act in the interests of his country ut a time when its destinj do not carry out ibis idea, but either as limit or as a day upon DO NOT DELAY LONGER IN PLACING YOUR wliich the vote must be taken should he provided for, A Publicity Commissioner or is highly Import- ant since information must bo given to tlie people in order to direct their decision. A plan for a rural hospital with correctly estimated cost, but one. capable of modification, should be i provided. Tlie cost of maintenance based upon the reports of hospitals now in operation should be marked y out for each district and presented to the people and facts connected i with the necessity and desirability of 11 HAIL INSURANCE With the CONNECTICUT FIRE INSURANCE CO. S7 000 000. Incorporated 1850. Surplus NICIES WRITTEN AN-V'V'- WILSON SKEITH C p R. Lands and General Insurance Agents, SHERLOCK BLDO. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. PHONE 1343. LET US WRITE YOUR During the- first live mnr.ths of hosn! the lire loss In Canada has ex-; per. .n jceeded that of January to Mav. iti.t.i.. r.oprlpd ihflt Of lanllai'V to .llitv. aocleLJ uuviutt.-. v...-. "The history of Borden's govern- ,la unjust, unnecessarily humiliating, de- imsnt during the war." said Mr. John- "1 A h, aml inhuman. Iston. "can be written in three words vm Health a Public Asset i-graft, corruption and commissions." i The health of the people is a pull- trouble was that the government 01 ltjc assct Ability to pay should no WHEN GOVERNMENTS h'he trouble was that the g BECOME AUTOCRATIC jwas utterly self-centred and self-con- The HamiUon Spectator is known the reading public- as a very k'now (l aii; sir Robert Bor- nouncGd friend of the Conservative Bays am one man who party. Hut it speaks out. plainly! muai keep quiet and get Into no against its friends sometimes, because i have no and oiilv recentlv it had this criticism to Sir Sam Hughes, who says 'I am the thing; thf; rest don t count, offer of the Hearst government in On-1 Johnaton oeclared 'tlial his ex- tnrlo: Iperience at Ottawa had disgusted htm "There are those who aver they have jwith the whole government. .Not a made similar discoveries iu Hamilton, member of that government except and this applies particularly and em- Sir George Koster, said he. had done, phaticaily to a feeling expressed to-j his part in encouraging the Dominion wards what has been referred to as the cabinet of autocrats now dominat- ing provincial affairs. Under present conditions it is alleged that the use- fulness of a humble member of the Ontario legislature cannot he seen even with a microscopic eye. What can be done? Sincere supporters fear (hat if the malady of exaggerated ego should develop in men of the type of Premier ilearst, and