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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETH BRIDGE PA1LT SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1915 letbbribge Ueralb Hlbcrtn DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pally, delivered, per year Dtlly, by stall, per year Weekly, by mall, pet Offlo '2B! Offlei W. A. John Managing Dlroctor Businew Manager stitutional. Some Conservatives will be ranch annoyed tint Sir James told the truth. To all these protestations by Man- itoba Conservatives, in convention aa- ntsibled o( an ardent desire to carry out only the people will return them to is one cruelly effective rejoinder. It is giv- en by the Winnipeg Free Press, as follows: "You had power tor fifteen years and three months. Was not that lone enough to give effect to the reforms which yon now say arc so necessary to the public ROUND THE CIRCLE Of THE WAR A. -wonderful ne-w offensive, which sweeping ail before it, has boon- developed by the Italians along the lEOnso river, where the Austrians have been driven from practically ev- ery position of importance. The. Ital- ians are striving for the possession of Gorltzs, and the Austrians are calling in vain for reinforcements to hold them in check. Tha main body of Austrian troops is still engaged with the Russians in the north. Half a million men are fighting on the IZODSO. Up in Poland the Germans have been temporarily checked by the strong outer defences of Warsaw, and the Russians are fighting with I desperation at other points to prevent j the collapse of their lines. I There has been little change in the j Dardanelles. The Turfes are concen- trating more forces in Gallipoli. The In Constantinople does not appear to be so serious as at first reported. Dispatches state that a Turkish- German expedition is preparing to in- -vade Tripoli. RECOGNIZE THE ANNIVERSARY August 4 is the anniversary of Bri- tain's entrance Into the great Euro- pean struggle. Might we suggest that arrangements should now be made for a gathering of Lethbrldge people on that day to emulate tie action of His Majesty the King, to invoke God's help at a great national recognition of the anniversary in St. Paul's Cath- edral. a Christian nation we have faith in God, and we have the oppor- j tuuity to unite on this day in an ap- peal for his continued guidance and leadership. We aincerirj- bsliave that in this great struggle in Europe we are .fighting to uphold not only the 1 cause of civilization, but tie greatest principles of Christianity itself. Again, August 4 should he used fdr Impressing upon our people tie need of continued sacrifice. We must get out of our minds tie impression that we hare done aH that we should do as individuals; -we are only on tie threshold of sacrifice. An this awful proceeds we must expect many calls to aid all the patriotic move- ments -More than that, the appeal is coming more direct to our roung men each day to offer to assist in the struggle to overcome German militarism. This call must be heeded, and August 4 should be util- ized for two as a day of prayer; second, as a day to stimu- late recruiting, and to impress upon our people the need for continued sac- rifice on behalf of the Nation. There bnd been a marked change in the German attilude Eineo the war begsn, said Sir Wilfrid Laurler, in his recent recruiting speech at Ottawa. In August the war 017 of Germany had "world domination or down- fell." Throughout the streets of the uiutured towns of Belgium, German soldiers had chalked on tho doors. "William, Emperor of Europe." asked Sir Wilfrid, "was their battle-cry in July of 1915? That the Germans were fighting for their Inde- j for their very exist- ence. That was the excuse they of- f fered to the United Stales for the j murder of women and little children j on the they were fighting for their lives." MADE irJ CANADA gyMMERJJNDERWEAR WHICH GIVES FULL COMFORT KLOSED KROTCH WILLIAMS. GREENE ROME CO.. BCRUN. ONTARIO BEM .THE TOWER ON PARLUM HILL GOSSIPY LETTER 'BY OAD8BY GLEDHILL OF GLENM1LLER BICKED UP IN SSING FOR THE 1U5Y MAN TRIBUTE TO BRITISH FREEDOM ig the greatest possible tribute to. British institutions and British freedom, for which ;we are now bat- tling. When the Boers were given their liberty, It was an experiment which only one nation would have dared to try. Tlwt nation was Eng- land, mother of modem Liberty. This in the only basis on which we want her to continue. Canada was free to take part or not to take part in the war as she saw fit, but she did so be- cause Great Britain was in it, and be- cauie if Great Britain goes down, the freedom of Canada shall go down with her. "As a rule, I am not much burden- ed with confidence in the present government, but I gave it my whole- hearted support, so that the world would know we are a united people." Wilfrid Laurier in a recruiting speech at Ottawa. OUR POINT OF VIEW YOUR KING AND COUNTRY NEED YOU! A story is told of the veteran Field- Marshal Sir Evelyn Wood, who said to a member of the government soon after the war broke o.ut: "I ask you to tell me what I am to do. Sweep a Yes, give me the broom." That is the right spirit. Sir Jamei declared publicly tilt Sir Cameron's conduct ai Lieiitenant-dovernor, throughout the entire Manitoba trouble was con- The village of Warren, Ont., v practically wiped out by fire. Oriliia, Ont., will erect a new mu-j nicipal building. i Supt. Larmouth, of the Edmonton' street railway, has resigned. Toronto women decided to co-oper- ate in the encouragement oi -recruit- ing. Mrs. Jane Jose, who settled in To- ronto before thc railways came, died! in her 92nd year. i Judge Tettzeld, of Hamilton, has, donated two machine guns to the' 13th and 81st regiments of that city.; John O. Hanlon was drowned near; Ward's Island. Toronto, when he came entangled in weeds alter hU j boat capsized. I Wilfrid Thornton, a G. T. R. engi-' neer, of Lindsay, was drowned inj Scugog River owing to a canoe being j capsized by a passing siesiiier. j John.R- Davis, customs officer at I Port Dover for 25 years, was seized; with a paralytic stroke while bowl-j ing, and died'in a iew hours. Mrs. (Canon) Hedley, who lost her life near Port Arthur, Ont., a few, days ago, was a daughter of Arch-1 deacon'Mackenzie, of Brantfold, Ont.j a. H. Uoulby, M.D., ex-Mayor oi Berlin Ontario, has been accepted as a member of the medical Stan oi British army. The Institute of Chartered Ac- countants of Ontario passed a reso- lution urging its members and their clerks who are physically fit to at once enlist. Officials of the Bank of Commerce, head office at Toronto, characterize as ridiculous thc rumor that the bank will let out all single men to make them enlist. A museum of the horse, presenting a complete history of that animal from the earliest known period to the present, has been established in Paris. Manitoba Conservatives have nom- inated Hon. Geo. Lawrence in Kill- arnev, R. F. Lyons in Carberry and W. S. Kenner, of Pierson, in Arthur, J J Garland in Lakeside, F. G. Tavlor in Portage La Prairie. The Ontario government will con- tribute for the purchase of machine guns tor regiments raised m any part of Canada. This gilt alone makes provision for over 500 machine runs for the Canadian forces. Lieut.-Col. Sneath, of Barrie, .who had both his legs severed by falling under a train, succumbed .later. He a brother-in-law of Hon. Chas. Stewart, Alberta's minister of pub- lic works. Gunner Edward Kennedy 'of Ham- ilton, of the 29th Battery, C. P. A., was drowned while bathing in the Thames, at London, Ont. He could not swim and sank in a twenty-foot Aler. S. rtoss, an employee of the Cieveland-Sarnia Sawmills company, Sarnia, Ont., was instantly killed when caught, by a runaway team while wheeling a barrow through a narrow passage. It has just been announced ihat General Joffre spent the Hth of July festival with the troops in Alsace. He visited one of the villages and shook bands with many of thc chil- dren, saying to them "You are French, and French you will re- main." Mrs. Ellen Gould Harmon While, founded and prophetess of the Sev- enth-Day' Adventist church, whose woik at Battle Creek made that city the centre of a world-wide denomin- ation, and whose views on health and dietetics have been spread into all lands along with her doctrines of the second coming of Christ, is dead. Just as the s-tafi of J. F. Cairns store at .Saskatoon were leaving for usual weekly half-holiday Mr. Cairns had the members called to- gether. he said, "we want a machine gun and eight men and a sergeant to man it." In about seven minutes the fund was subscribed and enough men had volunteered their ser- vices to operate the. gun. It is under- stood Mr. Cairns is putting up about half thc cost oi the KUB. Ottawa. Ont., July inter- est ID expressed hero In the efforts of tho Conservative party In Manitoba to inirpo itself of '.lie ?.-'''in crowd. Thc parliamentary branch of tho Con- servative party, nil over Canada, 1ms had to do a lol of MeK. .Methods hnvo differed, but tho re- sults hiuo becMi about tho srand o'hl party is in a bail way yei. seal brown taste, fur on its tongue, specks before the eyes and other symptom's of torpid liver. At Ottawa Premier Koblin purged i the party by kicking (iarlaud and Foster out, 'which was good medicine as far as it went, although Bob Rog- ers stated his opinion that a general election was needed to complete tho cure He changed his mind, however, when thr Kohiin "Real Kstntc Gov- ernment" started to purge itscU of its record by resigning, not willingly vou may be' sure, but under compul- sion from the Lieiitenant-Oovernor, who held the. hincr cup oi a Rratt imiuiry to its lips. That was the way they riid it in Manitoba. In British M v FveWM- Columbia they have another plan- (bir Max I l.ien.i which would thr other fellow off by making GMInli is eighteen vi-arsihjm an accompHa- after the fact. oi a-c His siiinili'ather owns a wool-' There is no doubt a Uoyal C'am- len mill in Ben Miller, near fioder-: mission oi ich, tint. Ben Miller was till lately I celebrated as 'the home oi th? 'a'11-'51: subsidies granted to the Vancouver, nvn in the world, ior there lived Mr. Victoria and Knstern and thc aliona- Jonathan Miller, who weighed nt crown lands to speculators, pounds and moved about in a special; uoil.d open up a lot of interesting I carrinsc oi his own. Private OInl- [acts. lull, destined perhaps to confer fresh the Manitoba disclo- i fame on Ben .Miller, saw Germans. smts ,.rntre of the stage, (advancing down the trench, saw two going on at I that only three Canadians were leit j thl, s.lmc it neen mailer i in the trench, two with a machine j o[ to keep track oi pun and himself, as he said, 'limning! evidence. It will be well to recall a ritle.' i the main facts, which arc these. The "Ileforc he had time to commission was the first more an invader's bomh most liter-; app0inted. Its object was to inquire ally cave him a lift and landed him charges made in the legislature uninjured outside the trench, with his j, Jlr unison, thrn an Opposition rifle "broken. He found another rilic no'.v Attorney-General, to and tired a while from the knee, un- lno the foundation of thei til it became necessary to join parliament buildings in'Winni- retreat. During that manoeuvre. wnjch was to cost had which required caution, he fell jstiO.OOO, and that Kelly, the Lieut. Brown, wounded, and offered COI1tractar, had been paid Ior an to convoy him home. enormous quantity of building ma- 'Thanks, said the Lieuten- icrials which he was never called on ant. 'i can Private Frank lo sunpiv. Its cooling relief to sunburned skins Its absorbent action that removes hot weather stickiness, refreshes after exercise and makes dressing comfortable its judicious amount of boric acid and other sanative and soothing ingredients its wide choice of perfumes, meeting every personal preference. a dainty Irijl box (any perfume shown balowor Vio'M] sent on receipt of4c. ir, COLGATE CO., isos D-pt. 0 Druminond Bulldine. Montreal. W.G. M.SHEPHERD. Monlrnl, Solo Aronl forCjradj. 3314 To Stand from Under lereupon the Roblin government Frank Ullock, late a livery stable keeper at Chatham, -V. R., and now with unu missing, said, 'Will you take me resigned and each member thereol replied Gledhiil. but j proceeded in his own way to stand Frank Ullock is a heavy man and i from under. They expected to head couldn't well be lifted, so Gledhiil j the commission oft by getting Kelly got down on his hands and knees j to return the graft aim making a bar- and Ullock took good hold oi his, gain with the Liberals to _ use the Webb equipment and was haul- soft pedal, but public opinion was cd gingerly along the ground too and Premier Norns was towards the" home trench. Presently j too honest for them and so the in-j Gledhili leit Ullock under some cov-l quiry went on. It was up to Sir Rod- er while he crawled forward, cut Roblin's cabinet to Mrand of wire from our entangle- ments and threw the Innn hack, las- so-fasfiion, to Ullock, who wrapped'as _ it around his body. Gledhill then i but none was quite good enough to hauled him to the" parapet, where I save the face of a discredited govcra- the stretcher-bearers came out and i ment. Premier Rohlin admitted took charge." make excuses, and this they did. They did it good and plenty. Excuses were 'as thick as leaves in Vallombrosa, REJECT AMMUNITION CONTRACT over-payments" and laid thc blame on department officials. He also ad- mitted tearing up orders-ia-council Bunalo, -V. Y., July Re- and signing papers which he didn't public Metahvare companv today re- i read and acting one way and another fused a contract for the manufacture I more like a lunatic at large than the oi cartridges for thc allies. J. F.' prime minister of a great province, 'outer, a director and treasurer of Dr. Montague, Minister 01 Public lie company, explaining why it was I Works, admitted discrepancies, but erased said blamed it on his was too "We held a meeting of the directors and they decided that the company would not undertake to manuiacture any article for this war that would involve the loss of human "life. There are higher standards in business than the accumulation of profits." sick to attend to.little matters of de- tail which might "have prevented the people of Manitoba being robbed oi a million dollars. It transpired, tco, that the Doctor was a great hand at troublesome or incriminating orders- in-council, and could tear up as many only and eriginul FXL'.'T SALT." Pack "ENO'S" First! YOU cannot take a better travelling-companion than "ENO'S" when off for a trip. It is your health-insurance during the time you are prevents train and sea-sickness. Vou should ENO'S FRUIT SALT in your grip or suitcase as surnly as you da any other necessary article. Errors in diet, and change in mode of living while travel- linp.often result in disorders of the stomach, "ENO'S" quickly corrects any irregulari- ties and keeps yon healthy. Never travel without END'S FRUIT SALT. only by J. C. ENO, Ltl, "Frail Sill" Wotb, LONDON, Site Atoli Nirft Axrici HAROLD f. atom CO. UHITCD II McCAUt. STREET, TOtOKTO (It) I Bewuro of Substitutes of them as Sir Rodmoml himself. Ex-Attorney-General Howdcn admit- ted irregular transactions with Kel- ly, but blamed it on custom tradi- tion and party methods of raising a campaign fund, lie could not see that splitting with Kelly, perhaps on a fifty-fifty basis, was wrong, particu- larly when one part of it was to be devoted to such a good cause as re- turning the Roblin Government to power. In short, the blame, was pret- ty well shifted. At this game of "passing thc back" the Roblin outfit showed itself a world beater. A Campaign Fund However, the evidence kept on com- ing out. Horwood, the provincial ar- chitect, admitted changing plans, making bogus specifications, certify- ing fraudulent estimates and jockey- inir. thc figures generally, with a view- to helping Kelly to draw out oi the provincial treasury for the campaign purposes of the Roblin gov- ernment. It transpired, too, that the! Roblin government, being in a des- perate hurry to get a campaign fund for the election oi 13H, let the con- tract to Kelly for the construction i oi the dome for a figure so I outrageous that the perpetrators had to steal papers from the Lieutenant- Governor's office and mutilate the records oi the privy council to give a presentable coloring. These were the net results of the j Mathers commission. The Perdue com-1 nission, which was appointed to in-1 quire into the charges made by Law-j ver Fu.Ler.ton to the effect that the Liberals were to take over the gov- ernment and stifle thc parliament building scandal, came to an impo-j tent conclusion. The fact seems to be that an enthusiastic Liberal worker named Chambers listened to the time- worn proposition that there should be a saw-off of election protests, and was given which must have come from Kelly, to defray legal ex- penses. As soon as Chambers discov- ered that the money had a more sin- ister purpose, he hustled it back aiid was mighty glad to wash his hands of it. Premier Morris knew nothing- of Chamber's indiscretion and did not j countenance his over-zeal. The process ol purging is still go- ing on in the Conservative party in Manitoba. Kelly has purged himself, out of the country. Dr. Simpson, who kept, the party strong box, has been absent for a long time on overseas service. Dr. Montague, who was too sick two weeks ago to appear in court, and who has not practiced me- dicine for fiiteen years, is eager to join the Army Medical Service at the front. Ex-AttOTney-General Howden and G. R. Coldwell, formerly Minis- ter of Education, whose evidence at a criminal trill, might put both them- selves and Kelly in wrong, are to be given overseas appointments. In short, patriotism is the last refuge and you all know what Dr. Samuel Johnson said about that. The Conservative party also hail to look for a new leader. Sir Hugh John JIacdonald is said to have waved away the crown, that genial genlle- man having had enough of public life ever since his famous father's justly celebrated nose and equally renown- ed necktie tailed to land a victory for Sir Charles Tupper in 1900. Sir J. A. M. Jam for short, because of thc sweetness of his elo- chosen. Sir James is not a bad choice, lie is capable and hon- est and rich enough to have ideals. It's a long road to a place in the Ottawa cabinet, especially now that It. n. Dennett, his old side partner, has become thc travelling companion of Sir Robert liorden on his visits to England. The opinion grows that Premier Bordcn is grooming thc bril- liant, young Calgariau statesman for a cabinet job. If that is the case, Sir James may he satisfied with an ambition nearer home. H. F. G. Established over- Forty-one "Years THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA ASSETS OVER The A, of Banking Deposit Your Savings Reg- ularly Every Dollar Earns Interest from Date of Deposit 171 We solicit your account mour SAVINGS DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. F. BLETCHER, Mannser, 2SB, 13th Street N. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND D.C.L., Pre.idral ALEXANDER LAIRD, JOHN AIRD, A.n't General of C.ntr.1 Woten. Bnmiaf CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of and upwards. Careful attention is given to every account. Small account! are welcomed. 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