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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPQE SATURDAY, JULY 17, 191S fteralfc ietbbrttsje, Hlberu DAILY AND WlfKLY. Oilly, DHIy, bjr kill, to mail. TELEPHONES; Buelneii Onlco Editorial Offlce W. A. Buchanan John Ifanastni Director Bu.tnew Manager apiwIiitliiB ot u lloyol Commission was unconstitutional. Tho Winnipeg Frco Press puts the case very effect- ively whoa it Sir Douglas Cameron's unforgivable offence, in tholr eyon, Is that ho was instrumental in' making Sir Hod- mond's further continuance -lu power impossible. Me usixl tho powers of his office to defend the putbllc- trees- urv from the tliloves who hud been looting II. The newly-Hedged purists are pleasod, they any, that tho thiev- ing has stopped; -but death and dam- nation to the man who stopped iti There is no likelihood o! the people joining In nu, uprising against the lieutenant-governor, whose- only crime is that he tried to clean up the 'bad mess in -Manitoba. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Still more strenuous fighting is de- veloping north of Warsaw, where the Teutons have commenced a new drive altogether unexpt-itcilv. The Rus- sian statement, howevor, is to the effect that most of the attacks have been repulsed. On the western front the Germans are also showing great activity against the French line, out ths favors are about even so far as can be judged by despatches. )n England Lloyd George has taken holtl of the coal strike situation by appointing a special tribunal of three to handle the problem. In Canada there is an ever-growing effort to bring home to the young men of the country the realization of the neces- sity for enlistment on a still larger scale. At Washington Count Bernstorff. German ambassador, has state'd that. Germany is still anxious to preserve friendly relations with, the United States and that the terms of the Ger- man reply to President Wilson were couched in language calculated to satisfy the mind of the German peo- ple.. This statement -will likely be accented at Washington lor just what it is worth. BENEAffl THE TOW (HI PARLIAMENT HILL GOSSIPY LETTER BY GADSBY j An official of one of the Mg Ameri- can tractor companies, Mr. Blanc-hard ot the Knos Co.. having- returned from a 'business visit to the French front, brings news of a new 20-ton gun which is .to -be shortly used on the western front- It will be mounted on a special carriage and will be allied by a tractor. "It would be impossible for the Jermnns tf) take Paris Mr. lanchard said further, "as the 'rench army engineers have built oucrete trenches every three or four from mi, capital lo Compiegne ml Soissons over the wliolc'of upper Vance. Yon can judge the number f shells required for the war when alone were fired ill one day the French artillery at La Jassee. The drive has already be- <-un. -and the now Kitchener army, vhich has been collecting at Dun- Calais and Havre, will soon tie n action. The delay on the part of le British was flue entirely to the act of ammunition, which was well known at the staff headquarters in louen and Havre. British have been rriving at Havre in lany as 15.00D in one have isrched to the 31 camps outside the city. After remaining there two or hrec days to collect their am- munition and kit. they march off to he front There are'on the average rom 90 to 150 transports entering Javre every day, and tho same num- The converted Conservative party in Manitoba has committed itself to Prohibition; It is hardly likely that the people of Manitoba will take much stock in their pledge in that direction. The Conservative, party came to power in that province Brteen years ago with the definite pledge to put Prohibition into effect This they failed to do and the people nave not forgotten the failure to carry out this There are many incidents at hand to prove that the older men are set- ting an eiample to the younger-gen- eration in these days of war. What an inspiration to read of Dr. Mew- burn's departure to serve his coun- try. A man advanced in years and in a position to enjoy the comforts of "life after years of strenuous prac- tice of his profession, he Tiears the cali for service and leaves for tie front to minister to the sick and The young men should follow the doctor in an effort lo do their bit, no matter whether it be in the trettcfies, or back of the firing line. The Edmonton Bulletin remarks that the recovery of Hon. Dr. Monta sue must go down as one ot the medical achievements of the age Twp or three weeks ago the late min ister of Manitoba's pchlte works was Bo sick the Royal Commission to holdva special gessmn in his bed room to find out what he knew about the parliament building steal Now he has sustained such a of fitness and vigor the Dominion govern meat are to send him off to the froai Witli'the rank and pay of a colone and'duties unipecified The Dr. is therefore due fpr congratulation on a most remarkably sudden attainment ot a frenh billet at the public ex pense. The more so that ills recorc in appeared to most people one to debar him from further public Ottawa Free Preai lays "Why ihould Hon. Dr Montague, fo mer ia the Roblin'cabinet, be allowed to go to the front, as has been' intimated in despatches "from Winnipeg "Jf Dr Montague issrejlly desirous his country he can lies by remaining right in Winni peg.mnd helping as a material wit ness to oiwt the graft that seems to have Eucl'-a strangle hold there. "Dr. Montague is nearly 57 years o age, and (by no means as active as he once was. Who gave him a commis sion? Who gave him preference'ove younger and more eager doc tore 1n this country7 "The. trick of Dr. Montague's going to the it, Is, nothing niore or leas than a trick, Is another cluma; attempt to put on the 1M in '-Manitob; clumsy that penon. can sei through it" The In contention li made a violent' attack upoi Cameron, claim tbal Ills in forcing Ottawa, July 17.-The-good gucss- crs at the capital qre apprehending from the Hon. Arthur -Meighcn's pub- lished remarks thnt the chici role of -this rising y'oiieg1 -statesman, wlio I acts as umto'slmly to all-thc leading cluiiaciers m the cabinet; is to knots Iho National Transcontinental Rail- wav' His method is-to -talk rapidly iibo'ui the X.T.K. :nmi so divert tention irom the Government s shoit- coimngs with the Canadian Northern. This is merely an expression in words of the policy which has been actively pursued ever since tho Uor- den Government took ollice. The Na- tional Transcontinental Railway is in many respects an ideal railway. Outside'the material benefits an ideal railway. Outside the material bcne- lits it'would bring to the country, the Laurier Government was inspired 1 by the laudable ambition of having- here in the best railway the world, as we already have the tiie hinterlands ol tho Northwest, buil i E, Pilass railway withfnbasx-a and Peace Rivers providing he" v raf solid road-.bed, steel Un interchange of be ween bridges, low arartes-nnd easy curves Columbia, railway that would be laid down like Shakespeare's lor MADE IN CANADA gUMMERJJWERWEAR WHICH GIVES FULL COMFORT KLOSED -KROTCH WILUAMS. GREENE BERLIN. ONTARIC..... age, hut for all time; and would cost country in the West, and ensuring a railway outlet from and pothe National hrough the w Transcontinental '.was -built to those .Judged by u Inmate s the rail- stnndards, so that when the Conser- way was built L: vatives came in they found it almost; I'.K. got a cash subsid) of too aood lo be true They at once OOn, completed another it ,ndj 000.000. andat and freedom from government .control ui rates until its dividends arc 10 nroi.tTcii.'d to Ifiy bunds on i" spoil it as much as might be ncces-ja computed present- ._ sarv for their purposes These put-i and the privilege o. poses were tw-u-Uy cast-discredit on lisliinR town sites. It also got tax the Laurier tovcrnment and to help exemption lor its land for went; their chosen'friend, the C.N.R., by i years from the issue ol the patents their acts of omission ami com- mission toward the National Trans- continental. It is quite obvious that I per cent, on its any policy which .makes the National; haying been successfully dm sen upio Transcontinental a worse railway this moment by cutting meons, cm than it was intended to be helps the I barking 'n branch Canadian Northern, which was never other eviccs well kno vn tofinan as good as it might be. At all events, ciers. The L-P.R-, with all b.- s privileges, is owned irom end to end by a private company. No Land Grants The T. R.j on the other hand, was built without land grant, tax- exemption, or provincial or local aid the Bordeu government. .has always gone on the principle that while, ar.y- thins was good enough, for the Na- tional Transcontinental, nothing was too good for the Canadian. Northern. For this policy the. Canadian North- TOT IIHS IIOIIUV '-LUt. Vjilunulilu Ul er leaving for England. Two hos-l is t ahs0iutelv to. of any kind. The government hns-ab- ital ships-leave daily for Southamp- _..j on conveying the wounded who have tne government s nesui; iu in-iium- ui LIIU merit by boosting "a "project-oi. its whole length, which the undergo major operations; the thers -are kept in the hospitals in Erance, which, extend from Boulogne ern is not absou. o. amc- o any n. -t n affection of the ..Itorden. government j soiutc control ot freight rates-and at 'L was largely "wished" on them by the railway is under the jurisdiction Class meeting the government's desire to acquire of the Railway Commission through- A. i... -P ite _i :j.- Inn.rtll nh tllE C.P. EVCnmE Bayonne, about lirect line. 500 miles in a m own. The C.P.R. not being any long- er in the field, the C.N'.R. was tho next best bet. Failed in Intention The National Transcontinental has only financial aid given to the Grand Trunk Pacific was a guarantee of m- umiterest and if the Horden government would have been.rented to the G.I. P. at a sum sufficient to pay inter- est- on the amount invested. The Do- Canada owns- one-hali oi SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL Date Steamer To July Liverpool Aug. .....London Auj. Liverpool Aug. London Aug ......Glasgow Aug. Liverpool Aug. .Aug. Liverpool Sept. London at Havre, east and west- bound. Foil information from any R. R. or S.S. Agent or W. E. Allan, Gen'I Nor-West Agent, 364 JIain St. Win- nipeg. _________________ whole lengtli, wnicn inc v.r. not. The act also' provides lion Letter and Answer. IN 1 CITY CUKES ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S Canon MuiTOII-Wright, Rector. Holy Communion, 8 a.m. Sunday School, JO a.m. Morning service, 11 a.m. Evensong, 7.30 p'.m. ST. MARY'S ol jth Ave. and 13th St. C. .N. Holy communion evory Sunday morning at 8 a. m. Choral Eucharist on the M and Srd Sundays of the month at II i. m., and on all High Festivals. Matins on the 2nd and 4th Sunday at II a.m. Sunday school and adult Bible class at 3 p. m. Evensong at ST. CYPRIAN'S CHUHCH, corner Eleventh street and Eighth avenue South: Rev. Canon W. V.- McMillen, July IS: Holy Com- inuniou, S.30 a.m.; Matins, with ser- 11 Bvensons, with sermon, '.30 p.m.: Canon McMillen will preach at both services. Sunday- school, .Junior Girls', Junior Boys (ages 14-18) and Adult Bible classes. S p.m. Bible-class lesson: "Solomon Chooses AVistlom." PRESBYTERIAN Hev. A. H. Denoon, sen-ices tomorrow at 11 a.m. Rev. G. H. Cobblcdick will preach. Boys department o! Sunday school at 10; other class at close, of -morning ser- vice. Evening service at 7.30. Every- one welcomed. ST ANDREW'S CHURCH Pas- tor, Rev. A. C. Bryan. Morning ser- mon Rev J. B. Francis will preach. :t, "Prohibition." Jun- Evening subjcc., (or Sunday school at (lay school at 2.15. school at 2. IS. .TRINITY CHURCH Senior Sun- HARD1E- T. T. Fatchucy. Ser- vices for Sunday, July 11: Children's service at 11.00. o'clock. -Sunday school at 3.30. Evening service at 7.30 All are cordially invited. Matthew's Pres- byterian church: Sabbath school. 11 a. in.; evening service at 7.30. A. M. McLeod. pastor. METHODIST WESLEY CHURUH-Rcv. G. II Cohbledick, pastor, residence 320 llth St. S. Phone 404. 10 a.m. Bible school. 11 a.m. Rev. A. H. Denoon. 3 p.m. Onward' Bible class. 7.30 p.m. Rev. G. H. Cobbledick. Music, morn- ing anthem and ladies' quartette; evening, anthem, "Son of My Soul solo, "Will it Mrs. H. H. Johnston. Street N., Rov. J. B. Francis, 'pastor. Services row at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Evening subject, Brya "The a. m. Morning will preach. Anti-Prohibi- against over capitalization and cures runninu riihls to other roads i.-.-. throughout its whole length. The I 3rd Ave. and 8th St., Rev. W. G. .___ t.nmnrvow paign of.detraction-wJiich..has backed by competent deetls. U.erpool Service MISSANABIE (new) July 29 METAGAMA (nevv) Aug 12 MISSANABIE (new) Sept. z METAGAMA (new) Sept. 16 .MISSANABIE (new) ...Oct. 7 METAGAMA (new) .Oct. 21 For full particulars apply to any "Railway or Steamihip Agent or W. C, CASY, General Agent 210 Portagt Winnipeg intentions, failed to'smear the road with a bad reputation. 'Tlie words al- so include the hired _ SSprts oi a Yankee writer, who succeeded in get- ting his stuil into an- American ma- gazine and to that extent made N. T.H. financing in London difficult. Mr., invidious .remarks are the latest contribution, to.-this cam- been words' and the deeds, as Finance Minister White would put it, syn- chronize. For example. While .Mr. Meighen is on.the stump, Mr. Cdchrane and Mr. Gutelius are having a lot of second hand locomotives, superannuated freight cars and other that the railway of their hatred will be crippled with- poor rolling stock. Moreover, during the two years Messrs. Staunton and Guetlius were engaged on their a day 'report, the department of railways was busy.; furnishing them with corroborative evidence hv putting in svv itchback grades, increasing, curves, substitut- ing wooden bridges fpr steel and mbnkcjmg with the works generallv This policy, whether one oi spite against the Laurier' government or deliberately .collusive with railway corporations which dreaded the boon of competition and cheaper freight been successful to the ex- tent of enabling the G.T.P.. to refuse :o operate the Eastern part of the road, on the ground that changes were made in construction which did not receive the approval ot the com- lanv's engineer as per agreement nadc. and provided in the National Transcontinental Railway Act .It has also landed a Government, ship, m the morass ol public opera tion, which tends to show how far a bunch of reatt.onarv politicians will ;o in. the matter oi oiting their nose off to spite their face. 'Retalni Good Features Marred and shorn though it is bv partisan meddlers, the Rational Transcontinental many of its good features It isv approximatelj as, straight "as the crqw flies, and short- ens the journey between Great Bri- tain and tne Far Fast by IHe nun dred miies Thp Borden government had made it a little harder for. the other half for security of its guaran- tee oi interest. On the whole the National Trans continental, as the.Liberals left U was a great railway, with all the modern conveniences and precautions in the way oi government control o: rates, over capitalization and like matters. What is it now? The Hon Arthur 'Meighen is doing his best'to SCOTLAND SAILINGS From Montreal. TS.8. "ATHENIA" July 2S T.S.S. "CASSANDRA" .July 30 Cabin Rate to Glasgow' Third-Class J33.75; PREPAID TICKETS From Scotland. Issued at Lowest Rates ;Purtlfer information-from any Railroad or Steamghip agent in Donaldson Line H. B. LI DM AN, Gen: Agent. Vancouver, 531 Cranville Street Phbne Sey 140 Main Street. H 5312, this great continental in fee simple and has lien railway the answer that question. H. F.. G. RICKED UP IN SSINGI FOR THE BUSY HAN I Open i Housekeeping Account and Pay Your Bills by Cheque There is a decided ad- vantage in depositing money In .the Union Bank of Canada, and issuing Cheques for your expenditures. .You avoid the risk of keeping a considerable sum in your home or carrying It when shopping, and each Cheque, when cashed, becomes a Receipt. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH GRASSY LAKE BRANCH G. R. TINNING, Manager H. E, SANDS, Acting Manager (is THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O..LL.D., D.C.L.. President ALEXANDER LAIRD. General MannBer JOHN AfRD. Gcncr.l MlnUn V. C. BKOWN, Superintendent of Central Western BrBncheii An automobile driver in Hamilton v.as sentenced to six months in jail for being drunk while driving. Rev H. O. Cfozier, ol iieepawa, has been called to the pastorate of Clifton Street Presbyterian church, U innipeg The report that Great Britain might take oxer Canada's erlire crop r unconfirmed at Otta- wa The death has occurred of.Dr. A. D. McEachren, a prominent' Detroit physician, and formerly a resident of wh'ch is not keen on public While bathing near ttabassa Park ld iht CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner Asher, pastor. Services Uibie school. Morning sermon 11.30. Evening sermon 7.30. Hev. D. Koss will preach in the evening. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST D P.oss pastor. Services at II a m. and 7.30 p.m. Noon, the Bible school and adult class. Rev. G Afchcr will, preach'in the LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Ol LATTER DAY SAINTS-Cormr ol Seventh Ave. and 12th street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school; 8 p.m. sacra- ment meeting. Visitors always wel- come. Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1011 Second Ave. S. Phone 1433- CHRJSTADELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS -r Meet ID the Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block. Entrance 5Wi street south and 2nd avenue south. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Bible class. Sundays at 3 p. m., to commemorate the Lord's death, and at 7.30 p. m. to proclaim glad tidings of the Kingdom of God Sub- ject, "The Witch at En-Dor" All seats iree, no collection. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Silth and Fifteenth street. Rev. C. Grant, min- ster. Sunday school at 3 p. m. Luther league at 7.30. No services. CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in thw way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank wai Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgt. Established over1 Years THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ASSETS OVER The A, of Banking Security Best Service Courteous Treatment JTS We solicit your account in our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT LET H B RID G E B R A N C H G. F. BLF.TCHER, Manager, 253, Utii Street N. martv A gas wel crow, to fly straight by sharpening the- otherwise the advant- age" holds 'I he road has, gcneially speaking, grades o! 1 in 250 for the east hound traffic and 1 Jn 170 lor west bound traffic, which means, few- er trams, heavier loads and a saving in freight rates, which allows it to compete successfullv vtith the water routes. As a matter, o! comparison, the hauling power of an engine on the f< T R is seven times as great as it is on the C P K Incidentally the N T R cut-s off ?.00 mileb of the present Intercolonial distance hctviacn Quebec and Canada's ncarcsi winter port, bfJolm It is the only all British railvvaj on the continent, under one manage- ment, traverses Canadian soil from ocean to ocean, and" by -itK connec- tion with the Ct T n the through-traffic interests ol the G.T n from the Western States to West- ern Canada If given half d chance it should double the industrial and pro- duclive of Canada, developing Ernest 17 years old, 161 Grosvenor avenue, -Hamilton, lost his life persons at Port McNVoll convicted of violating the fiquor law by conducting "blind pigs, and were fined JJOO, with the alternative oi three months in jail Vrother death from the Queenston trollev tragedv vias added to the fourteen preceding when Frank Chan- ter, the six-jeantd son of Mr F G. Chanter, 157 Catliw "avenue, Tor- onto, succumbed While plating about a wagon load of bricks on Queenston road, St Catharines, Edward fivejcai of Cole, engineer on the Weiland Ship Canal, vvai, rut) over and Home Secretary, Sir John Simon speaking at .in open-air meeting at Lejton, dtel.ircd-cmphaticaily that i England does rut ilo more in the future than she has done in the past shS is going to he defeated hj Ger flowing cubic feet pel 21 hours has, been struck at ST ROMAN CATHOLIC Fourth Stability Mother produces that wliich both nian'nnd beastmust liave to sustain life. Laiul.camiot'lje.'destroyed-, therefore land :possess. the, element, qf- .per-maiieiLcy, the feature to a minimum. r....... PUY FIRST MORTGAGES. British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 Gonybeare Block Lethbridge, Alberta avenue and Tenth street. Rev; Fath- er-Rosenthal, pastor Hev. Fr. Mili- wegin assistant. Children's Mass at 8am and High Mass at 10 30 am Sunday school at 3 p m Evening ser- vice at 7.30. Sermons at each service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh street. Service'at eleven- a. m. Wed- nesday evening testimony meeting, 8 p m The reading room IB open to everyone every day from three to five p m Evervoae is cordially invited to attend. BELIEVERS Burjmann'i Hall, til Tklrtawtk North on the Day tX ieamit of bread at 11 a m Sunday school at 3 p. m Gospel preaching at 7 30 p m Bible reading, Wedawday 7.45 p. rn. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL MISSION-Fifth Ave North Baptist church, Sunday morning at. 11 o'clock, .remembering the Lord's death Sunday evening 7.30, Gospel meeting, p.m., Gospel meeting. Tne'sday at.S Thursday at ee PCI i he depth ol 668 feet on Aid ,1 meeting .T. _____ I7...-J f p.m., 8pm, special waiting- upon. God for the baptism oi the Holy Ghost A hearty welcome to all SALVATION ARMY Servues arc held at the Citadel, Fifth street, as Sunday, U a m., Holiness meeting ,3pm praise meeting, and 730, Salvation meeting Week nights. Monday, 8 p m public mating, led by sistira Wednesday 8pm, Soldiers meet- mg Thursday 8 p in ___ u. I II Spencer's Drowning Ford ranch i Saturday, 8 p north of Medicine Hat The well isjing. perfec'v drv Spencer will 1152 Citadel band in attendance free and easy meet- An Experienced Executor The .idminislralion of a Will calls lor wide qxperience in fina.ic.al and commercial matins. This Trusl Company offers you ihe expcnenced scrwccs of a body of successful business men They lunc qunhncalibn ior the perfect adnjmislration of your Will. Wrilc lor our booklet on 'Wills.' THE TRUSTS GUARANTEE CALGARY COMPANY, LIMITED.( ALBERTA Public and Official for the Judicial DWnct, of LETHBRIDCE MACLEOD CALGARY. WETASKIWIN offce, Bank of Commerce Bld9.-J. W. MeNicel, Inspector. it for poner lor an irrigation schcmt on his, propertv Joseph Matthias, caretaker of the I nion BiiildiPi; at 13 St Sacrarncn- to street, Montreal, while drunK, shot and killed Rile, and then blew off of hh head a He Uied in the hos The" ton-.ils, tor many years label- led useless-, hme at last found a pro- tector Dr n G Ecclcs, of Brook- lyn, ilescribed them as a garrison for tnc leucocjtcs, those "soldiers of the which rush to any putt of the bociv which becomes infccted.They jre'uhat Belgium nas to lie coacludes. PAY US A VISIT before purchasing material for that New House, Floor or other repairs. All kinds of Building Material. Our Specialties: Hardwood Flooring, Wagon Oak, Hebron N. D. Pressed Brick, Screen Doors and Windows CITIZENS LUMBER CO, Phone 1fit.li Street Xorth ;