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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR 3 letbbuioge Tbevatt) c, Hlbcrta DAILY MONDAY, JULY 2i, DAILY AND WEEKLY Daily. Daily. Daily, Subscription Rates: delivered, pur week delivered, per year by mail, per year y. by ouiil, year ..S5.00 TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office a" W. A. Buchanan John Torrancc not only I" luivo n good time, but t Bat iicqmiinted with one another, tu a more sympathetic feolinK uinonK different iinliomllilles in our locality, ami lo tlio youngsters to do belter work at school. "I think we should try to give thu children the best education we can so that they will be able to play he r 1 parts manfully when they take thei ilacos KS KTOWII m> "1CV till unite small now. but say ten m fif- teen vears from now they will be be- ginning to take our places. Some prob- ably will be limns the soil, some will lie iraders. some teachers, others do- ing other work; so it is our duty to them the best opportunity, so Unit they may become better cilizeus than ourselves." This is part of one of the best ad- dresses we have heard for sonic time. vt-ars ago this young man knew Kn'elish. Now In- holds Second BS "KST1 i next tall, a Dates -of expiry of subscriptions all- i atla wjl, hl pear daily on address label. Accep.- flllllro_ ance of papers after expiration date is Ilw-ot e will enter the Provincial University next fall, and Saskatchewan and Can icar from him in the near our authority to continue the scription. sub I The other teacher, a young man of Itutheni.in spoke lo the peo- i Hutneman n- >tlon- in their native tunsuo. ami nrged ____ nf education, ilo Your King and Country need you j right new! ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Reports which emanate from anil indicate the the Germans ar pariiii; for a supreme effort [lie tide of tin- allied advance on the i western front, and are concentratliis; Iroops then- regardless of condition; ii upon them the need of education. also spoke well and delivered a stir- appeal. i Then followed a program of songs We recall the name recitations. We recall the mini of several selections: -O Canada." Maple Leaf......Hie .Miller of the concluded'with'the National employment of woWlin-on munitions. Autiicm. and as we watched dozens P 1A lICKED UP IN ASSINGIZHI, FOB THE BUSY MAN W. W. Blair, n former Winnipeg ar- chitect, died in Victoria, B. C. Boyea. a .farmer near Corn- wall. Out., was struck by lightning and killed. V. J. Smith, n former resident of Windsor. Ont.. committed suicido at (Jalesburg, Illinois. While swimming in the, liideau riv- er William Walsh, a well known young Kingstonian. lost his life. Hon. J. K. Lioyle -laid the corner stone of the Now Kitchener school at Medicine Hat. Baron Clifford, of Cudleigll, an ex- tensive land, owner died in England Representatives of :tii- Intel-national .'k-kel Company vh'itsui Hamilton in eiirch of a site for plant. J. AV. Flavelle. o: the Imperial ilun- itions Hoard has issued a plea for tl and as we watcaen are pro- i ,ooru f.u. ofl- Austria, men Hon. Geo. P. Graham, who has just to alul middle nscil. with seamed arrived from Xew York, that vestern nom. aim '-mil'bii'-e' their heads as the anthem I IJobert .MrKenzie Bertram, a wcll- roops regardless of conditions not hul known Toronto business man. died at the font ;love of Canada and Canada's kiu-i is Collin's luhit. where he went to spend Thi- err-i.-iai statenieills from the fast srowins in the breasts of these his holidays. western front tell of the steady pro- j Tlle latest parade state at Camp Bor- SLTess of the allied forces. On c-atnr- doiu'c .i glorious work. den demonstrates that the list ot ill- tiay the French made another fishes to one of the legally absentee soldiers now numbers toward by which Driville wood and' fjuest'types of our new Canadians, and men. Lon-etivaf were definitely cleared of one of the best teachers in Saskatche- te enemy, and the French were plac-jwan. let him visit Fo.kestone school gd in a still more commanding posi- j tion Perouue. German counter j in that city hard g Bctiuently removed lieorge rliling. wh Hut in vain, for District. J. Hinsdale has been appointed by lie B. C. government to proceed with insplrim: to read such a preparations for bringing Ihe Work- attacks on these captured positions railed completely. Artillery on boili active along the British from. Germans heavily bombarding with H should make us more determined t" provide our public _ r schools with the strongest support and ,p'iihe most efficient service, for it is 'there the future- of Can- ada's is wrought. ,U is there the language problem, the men's Compensation act into eft'e E. L. Thompson. old timer of ihe Iimisfail district, met death by drowning, through the upsetting a boat at Port Alberni, B. C. A. H. Webb, manual training instruc- 'cdav's ac- i....." [tor in Cranbrook schools, is resigning i foreign problem and the good citizen-j to take a similar position at Kelson, cording to an omcia! German "ate-j m C- mem. the losses of the British n ig thal axceetHngly heavy, including JOOO kill- ed and 5UO prisoners. The Italians report progress along the Posini valley and at ilonte Maio, T.-here trenches were captured. The Russians report advances along their entire front. IT IS FOR THE TAXPAYER TO DECIDE flavor Hardie is a canny Scotchman and he is going slow on the filtration plant proposals. Most citizens are glad that he in, canny at this particii- we should have in our schools, teach- ers of the best qualifications and the soundest sense and the highest ideals. We cannot attract people with those, gifts to that profession unless we pay ihcai well, is it not '.rorth while to pay them "generously since we know that they are great factors in the solu- tion of one of the most serious proh- lems Canada as a new and growing 1 nation has to deal? scheme conceived by Hon. W. K. HOSB, then candidate in the Ferine luit who has since tumid the sledding nins; anil has eon- to tlio Prince lie Is looking ................_ yofi spot to land. This change forces the residents of Steelu to go all tho way to 1-Vrnte- to transaut any govenninnit luisinosri, u distance of sonic fifty miles .whvruas is only miles dis- tiiut. Tlie doctor's remarks were heurt- ily applKudetl. Tlie snrukcr V'AiA a compliment to the Indies present staling that when Urn Liberal eovern- inent is returned to power the vole will be extended to women; The of the province are unfair in that ;uu'- ticulur. To say that women luivo not brains enough to proporly exercise Mieir franchise is n base insult to Hie intelligence of the Indies of HHusli Columbia. Tho government has turituil down resolutions to extend the fran- chise to women. M. A MacdonaUl, tho successful ciuulidaie in tile Vancouver bye-election, forced the liaud of tlie government, with the result that Premier Hoivser line givou a 'littla more consideration to lilts important legislation, and is now "considering" the matter. lie has promised a rotor- cnidum on the subject. Too Much to Heelers There was clearly no sympathy a government whicii sums of money to it was their turn on So'itoiiiUoi I UlK Accordingly ho hied lilms jir off to tho far north. ,'L IB uviduut. llto Bpoaltor said, tho peonlu of IhiH provinco wiuH a olmnpo. Tho ImuilwrlMn r is on !ho wall. Thu people of I he I'Y.'iti.s have made up their mimH ia tho Bowser machiw'. The of rcctmt byiMilcctions show ti'eiul of fueling. This govorniiiCMit.hm! ouilivyd Us fulness. is jiul.sfe. Jiuy am! axecutioiier. consiilitt- K ;i'al law of HriUiih Colutr.u'it; tins been Jr. connection with ro.i i work in Ins ?.lr. unid tluiL i: llus t Ice t ton was held In Hie winter. U'O road work was done in tlio winter. It was a significant statement to inako, but nevertheless it was true. Anythiui- to "get the votes1' and "get tlie mon- If the peoplo of British Columbia elect the present government for an- other four years they may extend the life of pariiiimcnl 'at tiio expirat- ion of their term forever. They have alreiuiv succeeded in carrying things with a high hand for three months. Mr. Fisher referred at length to tho Paeillc Great Kasteni lUiilwny deal, Work men's Compensation Act and the Agricultural U'edit.s Act. in conclud- ing his address he wished it distinct- ly understood that lie intended to stand by the Liberal platform. Tho principles laid down iu (hat are sound ami liusiucssliko and thai Is what the province needs. High School By-Law The high school by-law submitted to the ratepayers of Cniubrook yester- day, was defeated by a vote of I'-l to Sil. There was considerable opposition to the movement at this narticuiar time. The Imaiiees of tlie city are at a low ebb and ninny rate payers are of the opinion that Cranbrook lias not progressed snlliclently for u separate high school. Premier Favors Watts A. K. Watts, candidate for the sen- ior Conservative association, who has in KossUind Interviewing the premier in connection with the split in the party in Cranbrook. returned to the city this afternoon accompanied paid out vast party iicelers. Thousands of dollars have been _._ _ lessly squandered. Tlie "party mad" by il. I1, tiortion. provincial organizer, organs of the government, which hava Mr, Gordon has submitted the evidence been feeding for some time at thu to the premier, who, it is said, fuvura j public trough, can no longer jugelc Mr. Watts as tho party nominee.. with the public moneys. Their day near its finish. The reckless expendit- ure of money on- the roads of til'.1 Cranbrook district was appalling. Be- tween Cranbrook and Fort Steole there are live roads, a high, a low, a middle, a bet wist benveen. One road properly maintained and '.vide enough permit of two v utricles passing would suffice. The government must catcli votes and this is one way they w. ti. unogo. Anglican rector have of doing it. Money properly, at Cranbrook, went on record us fav- spent in the Fort Siede district wou.d --r., _ do an immense amount of good. Koaus and trails 10 tlis mineral'claims oE Two million dollars is to be spent Rev. H. Bridge, Anglican rector orable to prohibition with coinpensa tion. i's. Amos Warren of Waldec Line, near Deep Brook. X. S.. is charged with the murder of Mrs. George Tay- lor. James Webster, St. Thomas. tU years of age, dropped dead at the plant oft the McCormick Manufacturing Com- pany, C. H. Henderson, sheriff of Silver county, is a candidate for gover- the district are badly development of needed in the Roads in tho district today arc worse than they were eighteen years ago, so far as the prospectors and ranchers are Con- cerned. Road construction 'in ths Si. THE BEAUTY OF SUNLIGHT .is tliat every garment washed with it bears the impress ol purity; a purity begotten of sweet, cleansing oils, and maintained by absolute clean- liness in manufacture; a purity exalted by the co-operation of workers united for the purpose; a purity demonstrated by the guarantee which rests upon every bar of SUNLIGHT SOAP. A substitute Stintitht can bf. Insist ufioti the s not as good and never Sunlinht Soofi. 5c. The name Lever on Soap is a guarantee o( Purity and Excellence. 5c. at the funeral, ttcv. W. K. Thomson, pastor of Kuox Presbyterian church. officiated K. M. MacPherson was m charge. Krnle Stevens, of tho Pranbrool; A. H. Webb, priuclpal of the inaiiunl training''school, has tendered his res- ignation, ami left lor Nelson today, where lie lias accepted a similar pus- j ition. His family will follow in tlie course of U couple of weeks. Mr. Webb has been prominently identi- fied with Cranbrook's progress during his residence here of some live, years. He was secretary of the Cranbrook Agricultural Association, an active worker of the Farmers' Institute and a valuable member of the Cnmbrook Poultry Association. The funeral of Gus Anderson Mason whose death took place at St. Eugene hospital Thursday, was held Friday afternoon, interment being iu the loc-, al cemetery. Deceased was years of. lias been seriously woundnj. H. W. Suiip'le. "formerly of, the Cranbrook'. bramih of .tho 1m pom I Bank of Cauaila, is in tbe city today on busiiess. Lee Gammon, a well vn local Drug Hook company, "'as taken to railway man, who enlisted with ijid St Eugene hospital Saturday after-1 first contingent and lias ni tho noon and was operated on for appon- trenches for the past nine months, ha-: dicitis. been wounded. Harry has olllce to that effect. Harry Ogderi. of the Cranbrook Job-j received notification from tlift bers staff, lias received noliticaiion from the militia department, convey- ing the news that his brother Jtinius, who enlisted with tlio first coining-. age and came to l t Koutenay from Mary's country Js :badly needed. A i Flagstone. The cause of death was elad that he iz canny ai mis paiuwu- lar time -Because we don't want any hotel in Toronto, so the nm. Qf Montana OI1 lhe Hepublicau tic- 1111 i. rmt.nntn Van-e t-iinfirta Tt r-a n Iiarnlv v. i r because we don t want anj a Toronto News reports. It can bardly spender at the head OL at-, y be true. We thought prohibition nnn- iairs In these davs when economy in L e he condnct of civic business is es- i Surely Torcmo capua. ,nil lual No auompt shouM be male lo oblige the City to th, expense But H l.ke.y tUe anus smce i filtration plant until it is made clear their alarms don't stampede the peo- bv n vote that the ratepayers want it, i Pie. are displaying common sense and and are prepared to pav the extra j anietly admitting that a good hotel taxes. It is a case of dirty water and can prosper without a bar- possible doctor's bills for typhoid pa- tients against an increased las rate to provide clean, pure water. If the rate- payers agree upon the expenditure, the mayor will get the money, anil the es- tra tax will be demanded. The case A man who allowed an automobile to smoke on a Toronto street was fined dollars. That's getting close to the wet's argument that after booze was placed under tbe ban then is clear. The decision rests with the j smoking would be stopped. However, taxpayer. THE PUBLIC SCHOOL THE MELTING POT It is in oiir schools that the future citizens of Canada are being moulded Into loyal subjects. It is there the great foreign element is, being assimi- lated. They are being taught our'Ian- and they are being imbued -with 2ur ideals, and in a few years they will have heen completely transform- ed. The public school on the prairie Is the medium where the alie ias long as the punishment is meted ioat to automobiles, the otlier smokers won't protest. The Toronto News, staunch Tory paper that it is, is not Jubilant about the Minister of Militia. In rebuking his critics the other day it made a few admissions. Here they are: There is much violent abuse of Sir 8sm Hughes by hostile Liberal news- papers and by newspapers animated hjg faujtg ]jKe the rest of us. Is taking place. The little boys and He is not judicial or-judicious girls from the foreign Iiuiues are grow-1 in his utterances. We have not been Ing up to be Canadians, speaMng the English tongue and worshipping the Dag of a free country. The Public Service monthly, pub- lished at Regina, relates an incident which effectively tells of the trans- "ormation our new citizens are under- going in our schools. Here it is: One of our Saskatchewan school in- spectors contributes the following ac- count ot his visit to school picnic; As our faithful Ford carefully pick- ed its way over, the rough trails of G municipality, one Satur- day in June, we suddenly came upon a jrov-'d of people assembled in a ehady look. In an open space nearby were some ninety boys and girls arranged m double file under two banners, which bore the names of "Junior" and It was a union school picnic and these -were the names of '.he schools. Rvery child but one was jf Fluthenlan. parentage. Each child carried a flag, antl among the flags was one of France and ooe of Servi'a. Alter marching arotmd the grassy prairie floor, they halted before ;i platform, upon i one of tbe n a stout young man of fine appearance, who was born in Austria 3f Polish parents.- -In clear, strong, English, he spoke as fol- lows: "Ladies, gentlemen and children, we ire very grateful to you all who are present with us today at, this picnic ind wish you all a hearty welcome. it gives us great pleasure at seeing mu take an interest and sympathy in ;htj tiny tots before us. able to share his confidence in Col. Allison. We imagine also, that the Minister of (Militia should be the mouthpiece of, the army and not its commander. He is not wise when he roughly disciplines soldiers to whom he should hold only a political rela- tion. The makes strong friends and strong opponents. Those taps on the V.TISI show the opinion of a real Tory paper. The Hamilton, Ont.. Herald, is a consistently independent paper, and its views on the nickel tiuestion are clear and sound. It says; One thing is now evident: So long as Canadian- nickel ore iz sent out of Canada to be refined in the United States, it is useless to attempt to'pre- vent Germany getting from that coun- try the nickel she needs in the making of" weapons and ammunition. The Deutachland has demonstrated that the only way to cut off the supply of nickel to Germany is to cut off the Bupply- of nickel to the Knlted States. -And the only way to cut off the-sup- ply of nickel to the United Fiates is for the Ottawa government to decree tSmt the export of nickel ore and mat- te to any country outside the empire must he .stopped, and act promptly in accordance with the decree. To supplement this policy the ornmcnt should immediately proceed with the establishment of refining works in Canada, and, as a war mpji- eiire, should take over and operate the properties of the In1 Capt. W. J. Reid, a prominent Lou- Ion merchant and former president of he Western Fair Association, is dead. Two of his sons are officers at the ront. N- S. GofficUl. a commercial travel- er who was horn at Castletou, North- umberland county, and who had re- cently resided at Brockviile, was bur- ed at Colborne. A remarkable record is held by tho amity of Mrs, Jas. A, Garoder, well uiown as a Women's institute worker, at Owen Sound, There has been no death in her family for'50 years. The Liberal Opposition in British Columbia complains of discriminations against them by .the Bowser govern- ment in connection with the collec- ion of soldiers' votes in Britain. Hail and wind destroyed thousands of acres of crops and wrecked many buildings in the Vonda, district. It i3 estimated that men will oe needed to harvest the, Saskatche- wan crop. Captain F. M. Steel, of Pincher v.reek, who went to France as adju- tant with the 27th of Win- nipeg, has been promote-d to the rank of major on the staff of the 5th Can- adian Infantry Brigade. Lieut.-Col. A, E. Swift, Commanding Officer of the Second Battalion, C. E. F., announced thai he had recommend- ed Captain Edmund D. O'Flynn of Belleville and Capt Eoscoe Vander- water of Sidney township. Cor the Mil- itary Cross. Western Canada candidates will gut a preference on the four postgraduate fellowships which will he awarded next year by the University of Toron- to, as a result of the generosity of Sir Edmund Osier, Mr. J. W. Fiavelle and Colonel R. W. Leonard. The fellow- ships will be tenable for'one year, au.l II. the work done is satisfactory they n.ay be renewed. je tiny tots before us. the properties 01 mituiauunu -'Qur almvln meeting here today was Nickel couipauy in Northern Ontario. S Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS j WILL KILL MQfJE FLIES V OF .ANY .STICKY CATCHER Clean to handle; Sold By all Drug- gistS) Grocers and General thriving comuuiiiity has sprung up in abscess of the that valley.. It should be cncourngcd. Every facility which can possibly Uej granted in the way of ruad accommo- dation sbouid be extended to the settlers. The mysteriuiis working of the "dark lantern .brigade" govern- "nient of British Columbia is near an end. The day has passed when the government can buy. the people with their own money. Machine politics in this province are done, and it is about time. The people are now ready to shake themselves free of a government that has driven settlers out of me country and let't tlie roads wqrse than wretched. Dr. King concluded his address By an appeal to the electors of the dis- trict, in which lie urged their support for clean government. The Liberals proposed to give the province, clean, sane and thorough legislation, .-iiier September 14th. be said, settlers will be no longer robbed and ot their money. While he believed the Workmen's Compensation Act and the Agricultural Credits Act beneficial to j the workers of tiie province, there j were -certain clauses in the latter i which .must be eliminated, otherwise] the government was hanging it out as bait The doctor was heartily up-1 plauded at the conclusion of' his dress and took his seat amid ionclf cheering. j Pownall for Fisher Guy F. Pownall, justice of the peace in the Fish Lakes country, was on the platform in support of Mr, Fisher. lie pointed out with satisfaction to tbe large audience, the need of farmers securing the necessary road work in order that they may tide over the hardships attending .tbe clearing of land for tlie first, three or four years. His remarks were greeted-with ap- plause. Alex. Fisher Who Ousted W. R. Ross Alex. I. Fisher. Ferule candidate, was next called upon' Mr. Fisher" was cordially greeted. 1 le stated befoi e addressing the audience lis would throw the meeting open n evsrybfid'% saying he always made it a point to wind "up bis own meetings. .A. rt Vbg ne.ked to on bAhcir nf TTos Uphill, Conservtlvc L'ate, wiio failed to put in an appear- ance c.ecliued the offer. Rev. K. TK-Jiiifrti, of Cranbrook, TJ the audience..providii.r !i.s :e- merks were accepted from a purely independent viewpoint. The Rev. gen- tleman thought the time had arrived in British Columbia for the introduct- ion of 'political purity. The whole system of government seemed to be permeated with graft and corruption. Ho made a strong plea on behalf of the children. Haying the-boys and girls' of today are the men of. tomorrow. This thing of graft, graft, must be done away with for their sake.-The time in now. He aKkod'Mr. Fisher if elected would In; ha out for clean pol- itics? Mr. Thomson was warmly ap- plauded at the conclusion of his re- marks. Mr. Fislicr onfjmri his address by In- forming bis audience that the cand- idate opposing him until about a montli ago, W. U. Ilnsfi, minister nf lands, had been switched, and he was fcow facing another opponent, Tina. Up- hill, mayor of Kernifl. There was a reason for the change. It ivas plain that Uoss was no longer ivuntert Fernlc. He had glvnn tho eloitora Ilia tluublu oucti too often. They said Father McGuire, pai'ish priest of Ht. Clary's church, left for u. minster to attend Hie catholic i.-MVpt. brain. His brother I His place is being by Father Webb, Sask. For a time lie worked at Herman, of Webb, was iu attendance' Murphy during liis absence. After quibbling and postponing the sun for more than, six months, the demand of the Hiram Walker Sons for ta contribution of a year to tho Walker firm's fire department, bus :mel. by the town council agreeing to pay a year towards the upkeep of the department. Twice for roc i 5 12 19 15 20 21 !5 22 9 ir II la 23 -De rcmber SOMEONE has to attend to the furnace; most people look on it as an irritating, dusty job. It need not be. It is not, if you have a Sunshine Furnace. Shaking down the Sunshine Furnace does not raise a dust The line ashes are drawn up the chimney; there is never that fine sprinkling of dust that .lights on everything in the basement, and even floats up through the house. No. That is one thing the owner'of a Sunshine Furnace never has to contend with. The Sunshine is as clean as a piece of furniture. j There are extra sturdy grates that turn with a long handle to crush with ease the hardest clinkers. A slight rocking that hardly requires stooping, cleans down The ashes fall as ihe grates are shaken, for the. sides of fire-pot are straight This saves heat; because if ashes bank up around the fire-pot they stop the radiation of heat. The ashes come out in a big ash-pan. .There is no shovelling or spilling ashes about. And the door is large, as it should be for convenience in firing up. Or if need be, a large chunk of wood will go through this door. The dampers can be operated from the rooms above. This saves you the nuisance.of running up and dowirstairs to shut off the drafts and open up the check damper. 2I 9 6 (S 20 8 15 22 e 16 10 ir U 12 19 26 Kindly uut expense my pirt 1. Your boolltt the Siinshilic Fiirnaw. 3. Abo forms hi Cllins out. K IHat your IIL-.II cnpnfcra can tcl! nip L Would you like to have definite information shout the cost of installing a Sunshine Furnace in your home? Send tlie coupon for our.booklet "Sunshine." At tlie same time, if you wish to know what it will cost Jo heat your own home, pilr Heating; tngmeer willtellyou; He vdll show you plan the distribution of heat so as to jet the utmost warmth from the coal you burn. there is no chargi. Simplyaddresshimot 802 I irul Ml my borne: dial uill London Torontfl Montreal Wimipei! Hiinlkon Calgary Vr.iicotiver ;