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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETIinniDGE DAILY IlEKAf..D_ rilURSOAY, JULY 20, 10lf: Ibevatt) letbimooe, .DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Bulb', delivered, per work .'Jj Daily. Julivercd. per your ....Jo.OU Daily, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year TELEPHONES Business Of nee Editorial Office w A Buchanan John Torrancs Managing Director Business Manager Dates ot expiry of subscriptions ap- near daily ou ance of papers after expiration daw is our authority to continue the sJO- Your King and Country need you right nsw! ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR One year ago the Russians were] crossing the Carpathians in pursuit I of the Adrians. At that time the; -were equipped with neither the rifles; nor the ammunition to keep up the; offensive successfully. Now the Bus Elans are repeating the feat, atoorii Harmless as Water IVORY SOAP will not harm any- thing that water itself cannot harm. Unlike most soaps, it does not contain free alkali, and the quality of its materials is the best, no less. Ivory Soap is mild, white, pure, high grade soap in the strictest sense. The work it has done for thirty -seven years should recom- mend it to you. SCENTS IVORY SOAP (SB PURE Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada to Yesterday's dispatche pnuinoed as thev never have ieen! Set i, T, tions ;re the Ausmans through the Carpal and down on to the Hungarian The dispatches stale that the Rus notices appeared side 'in the Toronto Globe: j COTTOX- Killed in action. June 2. j 1916 Lieut. Charles Tenner Cotton. I Artillery. 2nd Brigade anaan ,ist Division. C.E.K.I. son of the late ICKED UP IN FOB THE BUST MAN -.e. Sandgate, Kent, 'i England, aged 25 years. j in action. June 13, 'i'lie cimv Csplain George Ross remiei i sians are threatening the entire Canadian Scottish (1st Bi- on Toronto streets. Wan rear in the mountain, R M. Bmy. "eminent citizen of Two unidentified Imbes were found i gary (Mrs. "fotton, Manor House. Sandgate. .MacGregor, Man., is dead.. The French announce some slight j family Kenneth .McKcnzie, one of the I Kent. England, aged 23 years. ___ _ Here is another Canadian gains at Verdun, and the repulse of i two young sous. Xo douhi best known residents of Sydney, .N.S., German attacks elsewhere. i are sucli instances by the is dead. The Italians are continuing the j nii eusive in the Posini valley where tne> j _------------------------_ cago tallkc.r and philanthropist is w LABoR the British, in the statement! The mine labor situation in i SERIOUS ASPECT Qver uio ____ the. refugees on that" are being poured Lethbridge field us revealed by the day. dai'v into the enemy's lines. Herald's investigation calls for im-i The storv of the capture of Ovillers; mediate action from some Ilthori2ed Fredericton. The storv oi ine cujJLuta ut uieujaic by the British, is a story appalling tative quarter, or a serious condition German patches. L> was raised for Venluii Toronto's French this tartan kilts have been authorized for the 23'Jlh Battalion at losses, according to dis- i js bound to be the consequence if this coming winter is anything like that 191546. Four hundred men are needed immediately in the three large Luthbridge mines which are the larg- est producers of domestic coal in the! 1 Rev. Father O'Donnell, Toroi'io, has been appointed President of the Cath- iolic Church Extension society. NICKEL CO. GETS OFF EASY producers ut The Financial Post insinuates that Soutbern Alberta Held. The Herald majority tu be the Siekel Co. has a strangle hold an investigation would! Qea MnthewsQ[ Lindsay, tile Ontario Legislature and because j Sjj0w a similarcondition in the Crow's known narknr. died in his eis 1 of is charged they have Pass camps. At Drumheller audjond able to evade payment of their Edmonton fields there is sure j well itv-sec- year. share ot taxes. The Ontario govern-1 lg he a shortage of men tor I; jnent requires mines to pay 3 Perithose mllies do very little summer, cent on their net profits. The Nickel stnnpfl business and many miners; Co. have had net earnings of about annually, and at present they are running about Bothwell, employed in a intin- factory, was drowned in the Magog River. storage business and many _ from the northern camps have drifted i Geo. Storey, ten years old, crawled to our mines in the south where plenty for _. block i ot summer work may be tound. ur about 250 per cent, on the price gome time ago an official of the the present corporation paid the orig-1 Mine Workers made the state-! ilial owners. to recover a twenty-five cent piece. C. Morton, public school prin- in Hamilton tor 39 years, i: The tax on this shouldlment restrict IS had only 4500 i retiring. be but by a special agree- jmen on jts taota a3 against SOOO be-j tlle ment with the Ontario government j fore the war The Herald's iuvestiga- Unitarian Church in they are required to pay only i In part o( the field bears out He will so to -Marlborougli, that contention. This is not a Lethbridge problem, nor an Alberta problem; it is a situa- tion which should command the at- i year. In the case ot concerns using the natural resources of the country earning such enormous profits a tax of 3 per cent is ridiculous. It should be at least 25 per cent. HINTS TO OTTAWA tention of all three prairie provinces. Mas C. Gales, an American travel ler, while repairing his own automobile near Hatley, Que., waB struck and in stantly killed by another car. North Perth If 1916-17 brings a cold winter we are i _ Mine to witness a coal famine such Gedeon Lessard, Aged sixteen, just going to TOne-s 4 graduated from Laval University, was as the west has never betore erper jn the at st vlctor while teaching a chum to swim. spoken criticism of the Ontario and Dominica governments from a staunch j 50me "uarter lournaiistic supporter, the Kingston Standard. It said that the Ontario gov- ernment should be strengthened, and was honest enough to point to two of the weak members, Hon. Dr. Pyne, minister of education, and Hon. Jas. E. Duff, minister of agriculture. Here is its criticism of the Ottawa government: "If the Ottawa government, war, U recced j The j Chicago carried 'Ford to run on the dry says a newspaper heading. Now if a Ford could only run on a dry tank how happy the owners would be. banker who died recently, nearly of life insur- Robert Henry Eeecher was sent up for trial at Shncoe by Magistrates I- John C'oje and John Abel at St. Hams on the charge of shooting killing John Simmons. Hetty Green's estate will be flivid- j It is propose.] to raise JMOtin to np. people. A one "It me unawa emmiimtm, seven hundredth port of this ]memory of tho iate Prof. E. J. Kylie. were to listen to some ot its candid fortune would suit most of ns very _ friends instead of Lending the car no-Veil I Robert Gill, managCT of the willinglv to the syropliants .ind toa-l _______ I Bank of Commerce in Ottawa, has hcc.i dies who use governmsnts only in the I appointed a member oi the military end to misuse them, (he Ottawa ad- Voting in the house representa- hospitals commission in succession ministration would he in a rtronsw at Washington is to take place by I to the late F. W. Avery of Ottawa. Money Savers in tfCUKSSXXM Saddles and Farm Harness No. 135 Price Less Collars We are a u'ootl assortment ol Teuts. Halters. Sweai Tads, Saddles. Trunks and .Suit Cases. Beltiu.a1. Sole Leathers. (Hove Mitts. South African Water NU.US. Mail orders shipped promptly The official returns of the Norili j Perth election show Mr. F. YV. Hay's E 'Rancher Special' Genuine Rubber Harness, No. 771, Price An exceptionally strong and viceable harness. Before Buying and Save Money For Sporting Goods 20 Per Cent Discount uu Baseball Tennis liaequets al less than wholesale) prices Tackle, Base Balis Catcher's Mills and Gloves. Jack-kii.ives, Scissors, Ammuni- tion, Pocket-bouts, Safety Hones anil Razor Strops. THE _._.. and that a canvas of eligible men Ho Wil- instituted. j The C If flour Eliod at St. John was destroyed by fire, tile loss being .stimated at position than it is today. There is no Conservative hir. niiist admit '.lint the Ottawa government also needs streng thening and at moment is rather weaker than stronger than Kome months in the public esteem. The whited sepulchres in the party will of course shudder at this treason- able declaration, hut it is the cold truth, nevertheless." THE AWFUL TOLL OF WAR "SVar's terribli and brightest home to us ven case of the two machine, which of course will con- vince the country that the house is made up of machine politicians. Lindsay. Ont., has a subdivision craze on just now. Sam Hughes' ar- senal has started a real estate boom. Sir Sam no doubt wishes it would also boom him in the public estimation. A public meeting in Kingston de- cided that a committee of military and business men organize recruiting toll upon our best men brought in the The Conservative party in B. C. is dropping i'.- t'-" represc former the LieutX'ol. Hages, Montreal, has received authority to organize No. 2 Construction L'attnlion. C. B. P., to be composed entirely of colored rten. An Ottawa report nays Iliac Hon. Frank Cochrane, minister of railways Cranbroolc, July (Special to the The Young Conservatives of Cranbroolt hold a genera! meeting of tho recently formed association last when a large tho evening in Clapp's hall, number turned up to I'TanK number turned up to cumpitui; mu retire lone Buocociled by blrJOIin i rk Df and olocl HOT- Mcndrlo. UoHtciiant-Uovenmr of Ont-1 t for the year. M. I', ario. Mr. Cochrano woulJ lake the for British Colunl- llendrie joh. waii sent in by ITcniier Godwin A (jkanajran and polectin? new. men. mother deprived of hsi- onlj' sons, 'livi'Iently is io voting lives cut sliort in Ihc iH'omise j thinli more of tlio people's opinions, of youth. The price of liberty imdjit [3 about time. freedom is hoavy indeed but Mrs.! ______ Godwin, while the loss to her is feofciij can console herself that hw uoiia met! An tllspali-h says that Sir the death of heroes and Hihlicrt Tupper nosy bo takon better such a death than a long life! into tho Bonlon, government. Should sacrifice and without service 1 such nn nvcnt occur it would be a to x othei hcmcs tijrotigliout the the face for llowscr 111 D. C. Sir Hlbbort world arc suffering from' a like' sor- foralled Tory row On3> Hit otier day' theae ywo ,couut province. deadly enemy of the government in the THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT SOXES. LODGE YOUR Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these bojces it GERMANS CHEER fi week, addressed the. j July some or meeting and gave a review of tile j sailors were lakini; a work throughout the province. motor ride throiiish Hock Creek park Election ot nllicers resulted as fol- j they met a rarrlaae in which lows- President. J. Hall; vice-1 Mll, M. Jiisiicrnml. president. Nils Hanson; gccing the Inrsu Hciiiiii-i Jnhn Martin; nxecutlve. W.; which fU'.v.- irom nio n Hill. A. J. lialment, .1. W. th'i iriihiu-sador P D. Hunt, W. Steward, Mayor tuniud. iililckly to wliU-ii One ol A. C. Shaiikland, W. D. Stone. It. J. i il'rCrecTV and Or. F. Oreen. At the conclusion ot the meeting T 11. Hie nominee of this us-1 sedation, gave an address which was 1 cliaractcTizcsil UiroiiBlinul with n tnrminalion lo see the light througu. j The meeting closed ill II P.m. v.-ith the siiiBini! of the National Anthem liu- CfM-inan [jitrly him and c'liccrii for tire iinibas- i-.ador! The sailors save (hem lustily. iri-ic I i'-bttoot, S-yenr old daugh- Irr or tieorise Lmlu'oot, a former liv- one mill' Alvinsloa. iVolinhly fillnliy hiirni'd when a can tl Kerosono fnnn which she was oil on a iwn "f poiato buss FOB FtmiHr.R INFORMATION APPLY TO lethbridge Branch R. T. Bryinner, "THIS ONE SUNK London, July amiomiiT.r, illiat the British steamer Wilton Hall, tons. !'.as bepti aunk. She nn- (ii'rmcd and was last rcputf.! at Kar- i -chi India, on May Khe was ownnil by the Wilton Mall Steamship Com- pany, of liristol. IN Have you smoked Clears lately? "Nohlenmn" Bread the chcapsst food known. Home broad baking reduces the high cost of living by lessen- ing the amount of expim- sive meats required to supply tho necessary nourishment to the body. DEFUSE SUBSTITUTES. COMPANY LIMITED TCftQhTO Qtn. ;