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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE tETHBRIDGE FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1915 alberta AND.WKKtY.1" SUBSCRIPTION Wilr, dellverea, per'year..... Dallv, by yeir....... by mail, per year. .M 125: TELEPHONES Bdftorlal W. A. Buchanan John Managing Director BualneBi ROUND THE CIRCLE OF' THE WAR The attention of the world is fo- cussed at present on tlie campaign in Russia, where the entire of Russian defence is threatened by the' Teutonic offensive that has de- veloped along ;1 huge front. The Ger- mans are within striking distance of Warsaw, the evacuation of which city at an early date is conceded, and also have the seaport of Riga almost with- in their grasp. The capture of Riga would give the Germans a base from which they might even successful carry on a campaign against Petro- grod, as is hinted In yesterday's dis- patches. The Russians are fighting desperately, and earnest hopes are expressed that they will at least be able to turn back the tide that Is ap- parently about to overwhelm them. There has been no indication dur- ing the past .few days as to opera- tions on the west or in the Darda- nelles. criming station, .and uvery pulpit should be a recruiting troller F. S. Sponco of Toronto. Two papers arc wearing feathers In their caps. The Calgary Albertan and the Calgary NowE-Telegram are largely -credited for the dry victory in Calgary. The Calgary Herald pays a tie- served tribute to the Independence ot tho Winnipeg Tribune. Tile Tri- bune Is a real independent newspa- per, so much so that it is always rid-1 icuted Uy the hidebound partisans ot j both parties. The Tribune stands for what is right and hits out at what is wrong, regardless of parties. That Is real independence, and the Tribune consequently is an influence for good. RICKED UP IN SSINGl FOR TUB BUSY MAN The York Sun has been con- ducting an extensive canvass of the' country and finds uot only that Pros- ident Wilson will be the choice of ins j party for the election of 1916, barring! unforeseen happenings, but that he! 1 be elected if business continues j to improve. As the Sun has never been what could be called a -strong Wilson newspaper, its finding de- serves the attention that is being giv- en to it. SHOULD CO-OPERATE THE FARMER Lethbridge Board of Trade is ad- hering to the policy of centralizing its efforts on the problems which af- fect agriculture in this district, and it is to be wa.rmly commended for Us action in bringing into conference the bankers, the wholesale merchants, the' implement dealers and lumber dealers to discuss the handling of the' crop this fall, with, the view of enabling the farmers to secure the most profitable financial result from their farming operations. This mat- ter not only affects the farmers vi- tally, but it is of immediate concern tc every man engaged in business. It is true that the farmer in most cas- es Is indebted to the banks, the loan companies, the wholeaise merchants indirectly, .the lumber dealer-or the implement dealer, and it Is on account of these debts that so much grain the market immediately after threshing. the notes given by farmers usually fall due in September and October, and there is an insistent demand that they should be immediately paid out of the re- turns from- the crop. 'Consequently the grain goes on the market with a rush and the price is depressed. It is .understandable that the business man' is anxious to have the money btm paid, but we think tWre should be some co-operation whereby the farmers -would not be compelled t6 throw all their grain upon.thei mar- ket at the same time, for the admitted purpose in neatly case of meet ing their financial obligations. It be .better, if-an extension of time were given to enable the farmer to sell his grain at a period when the market is in a condition, and the as the creditor VotiUL turely benefit. It li cheerful to note that the basi hess men Board of Trade on tlus very import ant matter showed sympathy with the proposal. Pad promised to do .vhaUtney assist, the farmers From present appearances Southern Alberta promises to produce one. of the greatest' crops in its history, and 'we all desire that it should be also one of the most profitable crops to the farmer. Last year the farmer failed to secure any crop, and if he can only get a real good pride for his grain this year, he is going to be in the position to pay a large proportion cf his and in many cases in a position to put some money aside. Last year-the farmer vas discouraged; this year the present crop prospects he Is full of optimism, and" we do not want to dampen thst optimism by pressing him too bard in the early part of the bar- Test season to meet his obligations, especially when he feels that he is forced, to dispose of his grain at a price far below what he might get if he could wait for a month or so long- Garland of Carelton still continues to make himself ridiculous. Forced to resign because he used his posi- tion as a Tory member to graft on war contracts, he now says that he will not support other than a good Orangeman as his successor in the representation of the riding. Since Garland was supposed to be a good Orangeman himself, it might be.wis- er if the country returned a better one next time. "Kitchener's cry is now, as it was at the beginning of the war, 'Meu, more The privilege is yours, young men, the privilege of risking your life that your country may live, arid that freedom may not disappear from the earth. It is not to the wo- men that I vould appeal to send the men to the front. It is to you, youns men, n'ho must remember that none but the brave deserves the Sir "Wilfrid Laurier in a recruiting speech at Ottawa. R F Pieston, a former alderman and' of Saskatoon, is dead. tfrnest Maclco.i. of Elite, near Kiver, was drowned at Alder- syiic. y V Tavlor has been appointed principal of the Col. Walker school itt I'algury. Cook Countv. 111., Democrats have gone on rrc.onl in favor of tho reuom- matiim of President Wilson, Adiutant Howcll, of the Salvation Army at Calgary, has bccu trans- ferred to Winnipeg., Corcoran, of Winnipeg, has been appointed secretary of the Y.M.C.A. F. McArthur, city engineer at Re- pina, has resigned to go to Ouclph, Out. D- P. Dawson, a well known trav- eller for Robin Hood flour mills, has enlisted at Calvary. Sev Father Funk, of Holy Ros- ary Cathedral, Retina, has been transferred to Baltimore, Maryland. E L Taylor. K.C., and late M.P. P. for St. "George, Man., is retiring from politics. 'R. II. Parsons, superintendent of Edmonton's power plant, has re- pi sncd. The employees of the Government Printing Bureau at Ottawa donated two machine guns to the militia. Nrison has appointed C. E. Lep- pard and W. B. Freeman, both of Calvary, as principal and vice-prin- cipal of its public school. Norman McLean, a homesteader, was drowned in the Red Deer River, north of Brooks. He was a native of Prince Edward Island. R. M. Nichol. of Saskatoon, who had his neck broken, is now; fully re- covered. It is considered a remark- able case. It is understood that two promi- nent Alberta Socialists, A. Farmilo, of Edmonton, and J. Anderson, of Calgary, have been expelled from the Socialist party of Canada on the ground that they had compromised themselves .as ho'ders of cards in the Socialist ranks. Andrew Xorquay, son of the late Premier has been selected as the s'tandard-bearer for the Con- servative party in Kildonan-St. An- drew's, the seat made famous by Dr. W. H. Montague, who was elected .therein by brie ami whose elec- tion, protest was before- the courts until his resignation. THE LAST DAY Tomorrow is absolutely the last day of our Drastic Sale of Mcrt's Summer Wear. Look over are sure yon will see sonic- thing yon can use, and that yoi: can save money by buying- now. PANAMA HATS AND STRAWS AN UNFAMILIAR .SCENE IX CAN AD 1 (From the Toronto Saturday To -one who; has. followed the pro- TTESS of machine politics at their UUm .wu.... worst in Manitoba during the last pde in foreign members of the were modest One of the aeroplanes at the aviation school of the Curtiss Company near Toronto where about ten students.have completed the tests arid received commissions in the -Royal Flying Corps. This school, which now has twenty- six students from all parts of Canada is the largest private school in existence. were modest in their machinations then placed provincial constables on compared with the Roblin-Rogers ma- guard' to -see that the opposition did chine Fawning on favorites and not have too free access to the polls, spurning opponents, or those who'Even then, rather than" take .chances disagreed autocratic boss-rule il.- on the meagre majority being i'educ- ways prevailed. One of their favorite I od, the Opposition candidate would pursuits was to pose as the ultra- he quietly induced to disappear on :oyal, holier-than-thou, flag-flapping the eve of election day, leaving a ionor-oi-the-nation saviour, while at nicely-worded resignation. When the the scenes, j public had recovered from the shock, tricks were being it was commonly conceded that too u. ___---------- he same time, behind Tammany's works trics were eng i uas, commony co remodelled. Ghen a background of much money got in tho way ot the I- an MDH CANADA OUR JOINT OF VIEW Premier Scott.. of Susfcatchewin BOW natter himieU that he a pretty good judge of opinion on the liquor traffic. "Every believer in the Gospel of Christ. should be i recruiting (cint, ever> church should be a re- Here's a dainty Tid-bit and delicious. Genuine South American Pana- mas that will keep your head eool iu theso hot days. Wo have them in various styles: and Values SALE PRICE J1.50 Straw Hat SALE PRICE Straw Hats SALE PRICE Soft and Stiff Hats and Values tl AC SALE PRICE 9 I Values SALE PRICE C1 9 I Men's Fine Suits Youno Men: We are Sole Agents for 'Fashion and 'K System' finest clothing mads In your models. A wide range and colorings received just prior to the opening of thli sale; ilzat to fit every build. values; Sale Price... values; Sale Price... values; Sale Price... Special lot of Men's Tweed Sale FLORSHEIM OX- SHOES Black or Tan and Values Cyl QC SALE PRICE...... Men's Fine Shoes Values SALE PRICE Values SALE PRICE Values SALE PRICE---- Oxford Shoes SALE 1'HICE---- Men's Work Shoes Values- Sale Price Values- Sale Price Values- Sale Price Values; IS Inch fM tops. Sale Price ?7.50 Values; 12 inch CC CC tops. Sale Price Men's Odd Pants S3.50 CO AC Sale Price CO QC Sale Price C.O. QC Sale Price QC Sale Price Corduroy Pants CO QC Sale Price S5.00 Corduroy Pants CO QC Sale Price Men's Working Shirts In Blue, Black, Brown anil Grey fast colors; values; Sale Price Rain Coats CIO CC Sale Price......... 9 I C.WW C.1 1 AC Sale Price l.fiJ Values- Sale Price Men's Hosiery Seamless and in all sizes and colors. 26 Cent HOSE SALE PRICE 35 cent HOSE SALE PRICE 50o CASHMERE HOSE SAL'S PRICE 75c and SILK HOSE SALE PRICE Men's Silk Ties 35c Values SALE PRICE 3 FOR 3UC 50c OCn SALE PRICE 75c and Values AKfk SALE PRICE....... IOC Battling Suits Men's SALE PRICE 6Qc Values, Boys SALE PRICE 15c 25c 35c 45c 40c Thousands of Men's Shirts Including Arrow, Monarch. Faultless- atid other well known makes. Don't fall to stock up while theso tremendous cut prices prevail: Values SALE PRICE Valuel Oil AC SALE PRICE I.tO NOTE'THESE -UNDERWEAR VALUES Balbriggan and Porous 65o Values AC ft SALE Union Suits QCn SALE PRICE....... Union Suits CO CC SALE PRICE Night Wear Gowns C1 1 C SALE PRICE 9 and Pyjama C 1 QC Suits, Sale price V I Suit Cases Values SALE PRICE Values SALE PRICE Values SALE PRICE___ Values SALE PRICE Travelling Trunks Values Jejjj QC SALE PRICE Values .....CA QK SALE PRICE Men's Summer Caps Values SALE PRICE Men's Cambric Handkerchiefs" 10c Values C> SALE PRICE VV Men's Work Gloves 51.00 Values, Gauntlets SALE PRICE Val. Gauntlets C 1 SALE PRICE I L KEEL Oliver Sizing) Ifoem Up loyal to former associations, fell called tipon-to utter words of.atlua- t-lon. The nlachine never rccovcrm from this blow. li an election or by-eleotidn could not ne won in any other way, they would let loose this well-trained bri- districts. H CAMP LIFE AT THE BATTLEFRONT union Jacks, and an audience pack- e8 with applauding henchmen, they could always he relied on to carry a crowd with touching fervor. At the same time, some chosen ma- chine leader, m a foreign might be found pouring out eloquent effusions to those under his care, as he damorcd undisturbed -for Eeparate- flag schools, and eVen a little king- dom of their own within the prov- ince. 'juev fiulj m L" "oj te, incl he suddenly decided to go on a southern 'tour. il members of the machine happen- ed to be arrested a serious vio- lation oi the Elections in one- case at least the magistrate simply tried the cases an hour before tuc time seli so'that only one'side could be heard, and, assured of evidence .only from the converted a criminal action into a civil case, pun- ishalle- only with a nominal fine. When Liberal prosecutors arrived Mr. Rogers' organizing genius along r. og the line- having won national recog- the line- having won national recug- Lney lounu int. ciuacu. nition he was regarded by a seat in If it cost, sav, the Borden cabinet Deprived of one Government cmdidate m si inf, a% nn ofrif fnlirt, nvpnilpK n! Picture recened from an olncei in the 15th Battalion shows yhat life Is at.thB-front. ulic u_. ui.i-u-.i nig raucn ui power Frequent it out-in spite of Hon Mr Rog- amazinn revelations in time had the ers' threat to reform it througli an effect of allaving the enthusiasm HvpocribV and deceit even many former supporters, who always heen practised m an efiort to tired of defending or apologizing for dm c Oiangemen and Catholics as one scandal after another. The hon one team, and temperance and liquor est, independent people of Manitoba force's as another, and truv to rone machine poll- If .in.'occasional rniior. or one of s 'im'pl" rebelled agaisst machine poll- buildings was not ol recent onpn once neapeu on muni in uti, H was mcrch- the inevitable Ituitt not so long since Hon Mr II of a hoss-iuie" policy unscrupulously. felt called upon to point out pursued. In this instance the "professional hjpocntc" the d _. L, tJit-rtiio-Vi anrt Thft Rohlin POVtirnmcni I'lnCed t-0 BerCOlaW HUUURH i HU u .rortuce the shock necessary to tbot- tiipd everv tr.ck known to corrup- oiighly arouse the dormant at conscience, long lulled to sleep by charRC and counter-charge The operations of the Koblin-Kog- ers machine in Manitoba have Ion? Men notorious, and a disgrace to an enlightened, democratic age Any- thing to attain arid remain in power was ever their main plank They were the greatest political four-flushers of modern times. Evidence at the trial of a criminal in Winnipeg several months ago served one good turn, in giving the puWic a glimpse behind the scenes at the headquarters of.raa- climc workers in a number of low nil-night clubs. When public, 'uligna- tion was at, its height, Sit Rodmond, gun fund tible professional at last reached the edge of the preci- pice; PATRIOTIC CITjY Hamilton, a re suit of arrangements being made by prominent business men here, it is expected that Hamilton will' shortly be .in a position to offer the govern- ment 200 machine guns for the Can- adians battalions. An association wi'll be formed, of which Col. R. H. Ls- batt, recently returned from the front, will be president. many concerns will Employees ot ribute to the ACrownincC Success IS QUAKER BREAD Good, Light. Crisp, Flaky, Wholesome We can do nothing more to make Quaker Bread better than, it is We have Modern Equipment, Most Coiupc-' tent Bakers and Sanitary Baking Booms. The Baker 378 and 1027 GILMORE ;