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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOU_R_ DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: flatly, delivered, por week Dally, delivered, per year ----J.'.tra Daily, by mall, per year ......S3.0D (Weekly, by moil, per THE LETHBRIDOR DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, .U'LY 22, 191S line ure that harvest labor bo source there with men to spare tor Camilla. Lumber ramps thai were idle in C. a year nco, releasing liar- vest labor [or Alburla fields, arc busy this year ami short of men too. Mines ill Alberta are short ot labor now so there is no rhance of n supply for the tleUts from that direction. SYiU'.out a doubt the situation looks bad. but the allied nations look to Western Canada for a good share of their food supply, so we must meet the crisis ami solve it in some way for the sake of the Empire, The rail- Canada. If wo had possessed U, there would not have-been any of tlio scan- dals over war -contracts.; Wen' would have aimed-to help tlieir-eottntry first. As it has been, the object was to make as much money out of the war as possiblo and let tho country pay the piper. It may bo possiblo that tho city man will have to do a turn at harvest- Ing this Tnll. Start practising by cut- ting the weeds and mowing tho lawn. Wouldn't it be worth while to hold TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John 7orrsr.ce .Managing Director Business Manager way and government authorities aro a fall fair this year? A real agricul- HOW' in Winnipeg endeavoring to solvoltural fair after harvest ought to be a I the problem, but Southern Alberta be- Hon. Duncan Marshall received a Dates of expiry'of'subscriptions our U.ivns and cities should take pear daily on address Accept- i matter in hand and start a pro- nnee of papers after expiration date is without delay. Concerted our authority lo continue the sub- n-saiuia scrlpuon. ins rather far removed from the source of labor supply has its own solution to And. It would seem to j line tribute from the Edmonton oxhi- I the Herald that the boards of trade I bition. The directors presented him with an address lit which the follow- ing paragraph appeared: "We wish to acknowledge your own can tackle the situation hope for success. Your King and Country need you right now! ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The slow but sure advance of the British avid the French on the west front continues. The newly gaiueil positions are subjected from time to time to counter-attacks liy the Ger- onlv wav "in which we Initiative ami energy for; devising a successful system of technical tram- ing for the farmers' sons and daugh- ters of the province and tor the use- ful work that is being done under the i auspices of your department for Al- berta. The province is .indeed tunate in her minister of agriculture." Tory critics. If there are any left, JTHE FINDINGS OF ITHE FUSE COMMISSION The inquiry into the fuse contracts jiiiuis, the majority iri which haya been easily repulsed.. -In the vicinity of Lougueval. the British have cleared more German trenches, and the ..French have made, gains in the Estrees region. Further prisoners taken by the French are said to total nearly 3000. The. Russian offensive in -the Car- pathian passes is being pushed, as is the case along the entire Russian front north to Riga. In the Caucasus im- portent. Turkish, positions .iave bean captured. was certainly warranted. The report of the ..Meredith-Duff commission makes that clear. "The findings make-it plain that Hon- orary GolmielJ. W. Allison benefttted by contracts he made: that Col: Carne- Soirief Features Of The North Perth Election Ottawa Julv North'Perth jjuoit as most promises Unit lack loyal by- election for the Ontario Lepislut- as It IK this "ROII- ure has ocrtalnlv thrown a swim Into (Ionian's agreement'1 sutisties Premier the Governments at Ottawa and Tor- onto. Hath aro hnsy blunihis each other. The Ottawa imnch is especially ngltatod by tho untoward result of this iiiirt-8imimcr. try-out in a constituency which gave the Conservative enu- tlidiito a majority of olevoii hundred in the last provincial flection. 1C thoy lose Ontario what havo they got left? Muko that two "whats." The North Perth is admit- ted to have tui Ottawa end tu it In at least three different Sir Adam Heck, and Major-General Sir gie, the shell committee expert, let contracts at a price much higher than was warranted, and that Canadian manufacturers should have made the fuses and not American concerns. These findings are unanimous on the part of the HWO eminent judges, i and-their conclusions will be accepted I by tho "mass of the people and not the Interpret at ions placed .upon them by. :he Conservative H is. true that Sir Sam Hughes .is exonerated from auy responsibility, but the public will not forget that both Colonel Allison aud Colonel Car- negie his appointees. He. is particularly responsible for Col. Alli- son. Priori to; and since the inquiry. joe has boasted of his admiration for is confidence in-Allison. After-the SOME RESULTS OF JHE-WOOL SALE In. the, Herald's-opinion the-sale of wool held by the South Alberta V.rool Growers 6n-Wednesday and Thursday d al, bsen tabent he teil. -was a success in everyway. Probably! to AUisont the price was so high sanctioned the methods would have liked, bui H is an r advance of more than eight cents on "what, was 'paid -last year, and pr'ac- 'tically twice what was paid for wool; "'-in this district ihe year previous. But even though the price, realized this year was not the least higher. than what would have been paid by buyers... independent of the sale; .the '.-wool men of the south haye "taken great strides in one of the-great prqb- lems that faces all western agricul- 'njv counsellor and friend" adopted in his dealings with American manufac- turers. The' minister oi milHia was responsible for Allison's appointment but over and abov.e that he commends Allison after the exposure of Allison's dealings have been .made. The Con- servatlye-1 party and press is holding the' government re- sponsible for the conduct of Brown and Deyliiie, the men who, without sliould begin to realize that it is use-j teen million dollar less of Alb The people generally appreciate it. >prove of and ICKEDUPIN FOR THE, MAN liorden. It has to satisfy him buciius (t aiitisfles tliu lion. Frank 1'rcniler liordwi's .Minister of Hail- ways, formerly Minister oC thrown hands in the Ontario government and still muster of tho Hearst administrat- ion. If Premier lionlen wasn't satis- lied with the "gentleman's agreement1' Frank Cculirany would walk out and what would robin do then, poor thing? The Hon. Frank Cochrane has always been tlie defender not the of the liiteriiaLioir.il Nick- el Company both at Ottawa aud Tor- Sam Hughes, i: ever a nickel outo- ;tkiii could make a government By reason of tho fact that Giitnrit) feel like thirty cents, it's this one of has the only considerable nick-'l supplyiiiL; material io Germans posits iu the world outside Hie Fiv.'irli with which to luinimur not only our tU-posits hi New Caledonia, tho Ontario Canadian which will probably government, competently a'ssiucd hy cost its live huudiT'il million dollars the Horiien governnient tit OiUv.u.j before tlie war is over, but the armies could yu a Ions way toward "Vmz I of our allies who are piling up n war the pcacu situation of (ho habitant I debt of fifty billion dollars. If u.-iiverse. Hy shutting off the supply j there was a penny-wise-pomid-fooHsh nickel it could make war apparatus i policy, it is that policy by which Ont- awkward and uiimodenu and push a-1 ario. in'return for a piiTHng taxatioii of tbe movement I'or general dis-1 iiriurtincat. The liordeu aovurnmeul, j ny rislit of ils eminent doimiiu, could nationalize the ciickel tit-posits und j thus have the cat-urnl-doy eluiiu'it'.a j uiuk-r its thumb. Or If that is too j drastic, tlie Ontario government could j put nit export duty en nickel winch would have the result of the New Jersey reiinkiji industry ov here und enublo us to keep truck RELICtOUS BRAEMAR SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Unexcelled In Canada for location, buildings, staff and cult'-ii-al stand- p. 'tis. Miss Margaret Roaa Principal Mc.ijlmnolcr For calendar and particulars of either school, address the Head or D. McRAE WESTERN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS VANCOUVER, B.. C., CANADA LANGARA SCHOOL TOR BOYS Fine buildings, strong staff includ- ing resident director. Rev. J. A. Gh.irr'mt, B.A., B.O., on an annual outwit of soven- worth of nickel, with the criticising the agricultural policy! goes on supplying the enemy with tin Jbwta's minister" of agriculture. to protract u wcr which is %a to set the world buck fifty ears. Helped the Gcrma'ns L-.I the tutile.of Jutland the other day [Ontario nickel., which is the stiiten- inj; and resistant quality in armor plate, helped German warships to stand aealnst the British navy. In where the outimt was, goinB. Ncei wry battle in which Canadians have j less to say neither government, lui________________ taken part since, the beginning.fit the risen to its iwcilist oitportimitics. Both j jo A n Fire Insurance and Collep- tioh of Rents form a part of our business, PHONE 184-3 S15 6th STREET LETHBKiQfiE B aroii laud. Newbprougli" died in Eng- war, Langemarek, Festubort. St. Jul- governments have chosen to knucUIoi Sen Ypres, besides all tho other bat- down to this highly vested j ties in which the allies have "been rav- j interest with the result that the Inter-1 aged with German artillery fire, it was national Nickel Company goes on du- j Ontario nickel .that put back-bone into i iug us it. pleases, which is- to use our tlie -German big suns, and" assisted nickel to kill our own soldiers and (hem to slaughter" our soldiers. IE it [those of our friends, is il any wonder The Ed in toil Exhibition this year shows a surplus of over, The Royal Bank will, erect a build- ing at Itegina.. Jos for oiiaiiy years'tax collec- tor at St. Mary's, Out., is dead. ivasa't for our nickel the German guns wouldn't last half as long as tliey do. It the Germ aiis" could n't get our Ont- ario nickel, the Kruups would ha turn- ing .out brittle guns that would, be even more dangerous to tlie Germans than they wouid be to our soldiers; In spite of these cruel facts Ontario nickel continues'-to make its -jvay ..into Germany. The' German reserve stores that North Perth" voted Iu stop this infamy? Then there was Sir Adam Deck. Sir! Adam has the one popular cause to the j Ontario government's j light and power and rapid transit i'or j everybody. Uut does the Hearst eminent lovu him auy the better I'm- j that? No. Or. Use contrary it alicarri what power it can plays I of nickel, which the Ontario govern- j Of the private monop- j j meat.-aided and-atielled by the Otta- Ottawa government j There arc'now'over men ab-. wa government, foolishly permitted jove 'sjr Adam Beck as the one redeem sent without leave from Gamp Harden, j the Germans to., accumulate, must be short. At any rate, the "mer- Canal boat Gisla is j runnin ac-! chaut" submarine Deutschland, now e iiiE feature in a group of reactionaries. I j Not on your life. Sir Adam uus a i'ew quired by Norwegian interests for; tied up at Baltimore, openly proclaims ocean traffic. John Forpyth, well toaown business nan of Berlin, Ont., died" unexpected- jits intention ,of home 'a cariio the knowledge of any member of the year they have had their different clips have been put government, robbed the highways de- jpartment. No member. of the Sas- side by side, aud- different buyers Iiavei the different clips and eacK grade in .each clip, so that the 'ranchers now have a pretty fair ideal of the relative values of the different j -grades wool as well of the "from the different breeds of r'Thts in itself is a liberal education j ?and should tend to grade up the qiial-J Hy of wool. Besides, the sale has been a co-i operative venture and there is no gainsaying the fact thaf co-operatlre marketing will do much to get the producer a "better price for his cojn- modify. The whole progress of the farmers the west today is built on co-operation. There is another point not to he overlooked, sale was the biggest held in. Canada. Usually two or three wool men come to Southern A1J ijerta, get all the wool, and the wool markets hardly know where Southern Alberta is. But this sale has directed 'the attention of the whole trade to Southern Alberta as the wool centre .of Canada, and it cannot but result "in katchewan government has treated Brown, or Devline as "my counsellor and friend" after the revelations, but on; the other hand, they have prose- cuted these men. Sir Sam Hughes has not criticised Allison, but has ex- alted him. He has not taken his name from list of honorary colonels and for all we know he is still "my coun- sellor Sir Sam !s blameworthy, for giving Allison a London soldiers continue to iress dissatisfaction with conditions Mr. D. W. Jameson of the law firm of Jameson -McHugh, Toronto, is dead. Toronto Masons held a1 memorial service in honor of the General Mercer. J. J. Bernct, the new head of the Nickel Plate Railroad, was once a blacksmith. Rev. C. Jefi McComb. is fearing Tor- onto to take up work iu the Michigan Methodist Conference. Fred Nappin, the Vancouver man who went to Los Angeles to take an died from the injur- of nickel if it caa'dodge the British blockade. The captain of the Deutsch- land says he will buy this nickel "in tho opea 'market." Observe that word "open." The market for Ontario open for the .our Ontario j lienlth of ..i niokel'the Deuiachland is earns tq" buy .nickel we seud in the sliajio of I "matte" fo Tiayonne. New Jersey, ip be refined there by "the Nickel .Comjiany, the Conservative friends on Parliament Hill'as he has in Queen's Park. evc-r lie comes to Ottawa asking for anything that will benefit t'u hoi people, it is the llorden govoi i icntb delisht to roll him iii favor of c and Mann qnd' make him Icel small. The result in North Portii was another reminder that Sir Ad i n the" people c'tanding may be with the i ntU at Ottawa and Torouti. TT International Major General Sir Sum ind great nickel doings wlso stuck m the crop Jf North Perth electors. Bioil The administration of a Will calls for wide cxpcr.'cnc; and.commercial matters. This Trust Company' offtrs'yoir ihe ex- perienced services of a body of successful business nieh.'They have every qualification for the perfect administration of your Will. Write for our booklet on 'Wills.' The Trusts Guarantee Company, Limited CALGARY .ALBERTA 1 Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts at LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY Lethbrldge office, Bank of Commerce W, McNlcpl, Insp. monoplv which controls the Ontario i the deposits at Copper Cliff and Crulfiht- speaking, Wellinctca Hay s mijonu on. The Nickel Comp- of five hundred is another wnni a any sells to whom it pleaapa-all the Borderf government that fcnm German or otherwise, looks friend Colonel John Wesley Mli on alike to it. The International NicUa: luis cost this country millions too Company has no fine scruples abqjt where tlie nickel goes. Friends or foes, they serre 'em both alike. The Inter- national Niokel Company is ia busin- ess to juake dividends. As loug as :Hie stockholders draw down tlieir twenty- five per cent, a year or heitur ili3.v don't care who gets'tbeir nickel In 7iie neck. Borden Was Satisfied Not long Borden :-x- much. H. F. KEEPS KING'S CONSCIENCE Lord Chancellor One of the Most Im- portant Men in the British Cabinet The Lord Chancellor is "one of the most important men in the cabinet in full reinWith .'contracts and. then de- was only to be expected. fact that Canadian manufacturers were turned down by a committee named by a government that has been so friendly to manufacturers, was sus- picious. Why not have turned the shell contracts to the United States, too? Canadian manufacturers had never made shells. Shells were re- quijjeil in a rush and American plants lands, has -been tawa, succeeding MgivSinnott, bishop- elect of "Hinnneg Prof. W. TV. Swaiison, associate professor of social, science at Queen' freely as ever to Germany, enabling them to nurse amf ugtih: bedevil the world witii war as soon as they arc stocked up. The "gentle- has resigned. He. has j man's "agreement" isn't much a greater range of competition among j were equipped to make them. There was just as much reason to hand the buyers next year. "..WHERE WILL WE GET .OUR HARVEST LABOR? It is poor policy to cry "wolf" before iieip IB needed. But it is also poor policy to refuse in time to face a serious situation .such as our harvest 3abor problem threatens to be. Four weeks from today the binders will be humming in our wheat fields in Soi.Ub- .ern Albsrta. We have a magnificent :crop in sight but labor shortage problem than ever before. Canada has-iu the past year, recruit- ed nearly men of whom Al- berta has given nearly With- out these tjis'province .faces the task of taking off a crop which promises to rival 19I5's iwp-in-one harvest. It is true that there are 8000 soldiers'at Sarcec Camp, oE'wKom probably 4000 will be available for harvest, but it is also true" that these men were in .the province last harvest together >-ith as many more then at Saroee, and yet. with all available- labor that could be secured from east and from across the border, there were none too many. then. It must he re- membered too that east wfll ho able to send few, if any. men this year. Women are working in Ontario hay fields today because IMI mou are fcvaihiflle Rtporta froni, business over to American firms in t been appointed to the chair of econ- omics in the Saskatch- wan The population of Rheims which was according tp the census one case as the other. When Cana-j of 1911 has accoidmg to a ntw count dian manufacturers proved they could just made been reduced to 199S1 of make shells, was it not reasonable to j whom 10 OU are women 881 men expect they could make fuses? Manu- facturers assured the shell committee the Imperial crown. Below is worked in silk a Latin motto meaning "For God and My Country." The purse used to be made scarlet velvet, but was changed to they could make fuses, and they have been making them since, am! filing the orders far more satisfactorily than those American firms to contracts. ,were let. Why were the manufacturers turned down? and children, Although the name has .not appear- ed, ia the casualty death at the front is announced Franfe Brail- ley Cunningham, son of Frank Gun- Lorn nlnghani, who for a number of years was connected 'with the fisheries de- j partnient at O t Mi Cunning- s now -m inspector or fisheries Simply because Allison knew he could j at New B G get a rakeoff across the line, that he couldn't obtain from Canadian manu- facturers. Allison's power was great Senator Works of California, ad- dressing the senate on the Japanese problem in, America, declared'that the anyway Because the captain of the purple towards the cntl of the nine Deutschland evidently anticipatiia difficulty in he can carry. teenth century. Formerly, too, a HQW as much nicknl-iis ione was provided every year, the old The el Company of Bayonne, New Jersey, plays no Germans are going-to. get'their bit as Idag as caii pay for it. But such as it is this "gentleman's agreement" which ia not even "a scrap of Internat- ional Nickel Company's word beingi as sack, in the House of Lords, being a perquisite of tlu Chj eel lor. Many of these elaborately worked purses, indeed, arc now heir looms in the families of former Chan- cellors. The purse, by the way. is borne in state before his Loulsln i hp walks towards his scat, the Woo! THE OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE TORONTO Efficient and Prompt Ser-vico in every Department 212 SAVINGS BANK at all Branches. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH EET'D 1873 G. F. BLETCHER, Manager, 258, 13th Sir. Are Your Children learning to Save Money? Each maturing son arid daughter .should have a personal Savings Account in the Union Bank of Canada, wilh opportunities to save regularly, and tiainmg In-how to expend money wisely. .Such an education in thrift and; saving will Invaluabin OF CANADA In later life. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH' 3RAS5Y tAKE BRANCH, G. R. TINNING, ManagcrD H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager. I THE CANADIAN BANK as an ant nf Pftlf nrnaervation, declare statute Its purpose should "not lo enough to take business away from jssuo be solved only hy Keening Canada so that he could profit on the Pacific oceaa lieUvcen. peoples of American contracts. How did lie t o jntten- "a a's ed "at the tain Ms Influence over the shell com- tllDO comB wllen "c Lnitod Stales Was it because of his per- sonality, his business integrity, liis experience and his reputation? We hardly think so. Some other influence gavo'Allison his "pull" with the com- mittee. The final judges of thn entire tran- tolerate coni plications on our- soil by preventing immigration of all peoples not of-the white race." Launching a .movement, to. uphold1 the interests of Ruthenians'wbich will include their representation (ho are the people of Canada, provincial legislature, iwo render their verdict whnn They will the olters. ttipoii; a tnwn of'4000, refused an appropriation of for a pub- lic imild'ng and asked Congress to uso tlio money for preparedness. We that .spirit-., in. Ukrainians at.a mass: meeting in a school near H. lirjonak BH an Lib- of bcrrv winch is representod' al by Hon. 'George Lsingley, mlnisfof of 'municipal aflairs. Thin was the first sttyi in a movement which is calculated to. tlie for- i sections of SHB you-to .enjoy good health, good appetite and good sleep. Just try Abbey's Effervescent Salt iri a tumbler of warm water every morning for a week or so and see how very much better you will feel. Abbey's Effervescent Salt is prepared in the Abbey Effervescent Salt labora- tories'in Montreal, and contains all the cliratlvc salts ex- tracted from the juicesoffreslifruixs. SIH F.D.'.IUND V. ALKER, C.V.O., LJ..D., D.C.L.. President IO1IN Allin Ctiic il V. F. JONES. 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