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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ^AGE FOUR MONDAY, JULY 211', lOfO letbbuibije Ibcvalb aLetbbi'l&oc, Blbcvta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dally, delfvercd, per week Duily, (Iclivcred, per year Daily, by inail. per your .. iVeekly, hy uuiil, per your .. .... lOo . ...?5.0I) ____$3.00 ____Jl.OO TELEPHONES Business UfficP ............... 1-53 Kdiiorial Otfico ............... 1224 W, A. Buchanan John Torr.inco ManagiuB Uiroctor Business Manager Dates oC _____ I'xpiry of subscriptions ap pear daily on address label, '^^'-''^f'r'-! (\iuire P.nco of papers after oxpimtion date is j Viur auUuirity to eontinuo the scrlption. not only to bavo ii good time, but to BQt ncqimlntcd with ono nnothcr, to arouse n more sympiithellc feoti-.iK amons Ibo different nntlminlitles In our lociillly, and to eiK-ournpe (he youngsters to do bettor work at school. "I think wo should try to give the ehlldron the best education we can. so that they will be able to play their i parts manfully when Ibey take their places as Krown up citizens. Tliey are all quite small now, but say ten or fifteen years from now thoy will be be-glnniiiE to take our places. Some probably will bo tllUnj; the toil, some will 1)0 traders, some teachers, others do-inR other work; so it Is our duty to Rlvo theni the best opportunity, so thai they may become better citizens than ourselves." This i.= part of one of the best addresses we li.ive heard I'lir some lime. Kisht years apo this younp n^an knew no Kiiglish. .Vow lie holds Second (.'lass and .Iiinlor Malrieulatiou. lie j v.lll enter the rrovinciMl I'niversiiy 1 lu-xi (all. and Sa.skatchewan and Tan-ada will hoar from him in the near sub- Your King and Country need you fiQht new! ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Ueporis which emar.aro from Holland indicate the the tu'iinans are pre parius for a supremo eifort to .-iiein the tide of th*' allied ailvanco on the v-esten; front, aud are concentratin:; troops tln-rc regardless of comliliotis The other toacher. a yoiuisr man of i Ituthcniau parentage, spoke to the peo-i ide in their native touuue. and nr^ed lupou them the need of education, lie I altjo spoke well and delivered a stir-' ring appeal. ! Then followed a program ot songs 'and rociiation.*. 'We recull the ituiw 1 of several selections: "(1 L'anada," �The .llaple Leaf,'- -The .Miller of the Deo." "Casey at the Hat." etc. The proiTrani concluded wiili the National .\u'lieni. and as we watched dozens of men born in far off .\ustria. men old a.iid middle n;-ed. with seamed (aoes and hardened hands and perhaps hearts,-as we w-alelu'd them slntid ami bare their heads as the aiuhem : was .i Hamilton in search of a site for plant. J. W. Flavello. of the IinpcritU Mun-itiou.s Hoard has issued a plea for the employment of womiJit on munitions. Hon. Geo. P. Oraham. who has just arrived from Xew Vork. states that Germany is getting Canadian nickel. Koberl .McKen'iie Bertram, a well-known Toronto business ninii. died at Collins liilot, where ho wont to spend his holidays. The latest parade state at Camp Uor- riay the Frenei> made auotiier leap forward by which Dehilie wood and Longpuval were deiinit"ly cleared of the enemy, and the Krench wore placed in a still more conimandiiii; position near Peronne. (ierman counter attacks on these captured positions bailed completely. .\rtillery on both sides has been active along the Hritisli fron:. the Hermans heavily bombarding with gas Shells. In last Wednesday's engsizenient. according to an official (Jerman statement, the losses of the British were sxceedingly heavy, including killed and .'0(1 prisoners. The Italians report progress along the Posini valley and at Monte .Maio, where trenches were captured. The Russians report advances along Uieir entire front. J. Hinsdale has been appointed by (he B. C. government to proceed with pre [la rat tons for bringing the Workmen's Compensation act into effect. K. I.. Thompson, an old timer of the Iniiisfail district, mot death bv IT IS FOR THE TAXPAYER TO DECIDE youni; men are doin- a .i^lorious work, idea demonstrates that the list of ill-If anyone wishes to s'-e one of the legally absentee soldiers now numbers finest types of our new Camuliavis, and ', 1.000 men. one of the best teachers in Saskatchewan, let him visit Folkestone School District. It is most inspiring to read such a messace. It should make us more determined to provide our public schools with the strongest supi)ort and the most efficient service, for i( is there the futiiro of l'anada-yes. Canada's destiny- is being wrought. ,lt is there the language problem, the foreign problem and the good citizenship problem are being solved. Can you not see how important it is that we should have in our schools, teachers of t)ie best nualifieatious and the soundest sense and the highest ideals. We cannot attract people with those gifts to that profession unless we pay them well. Is it not worth while to pay them "generously since we know-that they are great factors in the solution of one of the most serious prob- lems Canada as a new and growing -Mayor Hardie is a canny Scotchman |nation has to deal? and ho is going slow on the filtration plant proposals. Most citizens are glad that he i^ canny at this particular time, because we don't want any rareiess spender at the head of affairs in these davs when economy in Two million dollars is to be spent on a new hotel in Toronto, so the Toronto Xews reports. It can liardly be true. We thought prohibition ruin- schcmo conceived iiy Hon. W. R. Hosb, then candidate In tlie Keruic riding, but who lia.s since loiinil tho alodding in that eily hard going uud has con-seriiiently removed to tho I'rluco ticorge riding, where he Is looking, but in vain, for a soft spot to Inutl. This change forces the residents of Steele to go all tin' way to I'Vrnlo to transact any govermiieul husineas. ii distance of some fifty miles .whereas CraiUnook is only lueivo iiiilos distant. The doctor's remarks were heart-i!y aiiidauded. The .speaker paid a compliment to the ladies present staling that when llie l.ibciiil government is returned to power tlie vole will be extended to women. Tho lav.ii of the |irovince are unfair in that particular. To say that women liiive not brains enough to properly exercise their franchise is a base insult to tho intelligence of the ladies of Hrllish Columbia. Tlio goveruuicnt has turned down resolutions to e.vteiul the frnii-ehise to women. M. .V .Macdonald, the siiceossfiil candidate in the S'aiicouver bye-elect io;i, forced tlu! hand ot the guverniiieiU, with the result that Premier Bowser has given a littlo more consideration to this iniiiortant lesislation, and is now "considering" (he maiter. Ho has luomised a rofor-endum on the subject. Too Much to Heelers There was clearly no sympathy tor a government whicii paid out vast sums oC money to iiarty lieelers. Thousands of dollars have been rtiok-Icssly snuuiideied. The "party mad" organs of the government, whicli huvo been feeding for some time at Ihu public trough, can no longer juggle Willi (ho public moneys. Their day Is near i(s hnish. The reckless expenditure of money on' (he roads ot the drowning, through the upsetting a boat' Cranbrook district w as appalling. Beat Port Alberni, B. C. ... . A. U. Webb, manual training instructor in Cranbrook schools, is resigning to take ii similar position at Xolson, B, C. Rev. W. H. Bridge, Anglican rector at Cranbrook, went on record as favorable to prohibition with compensation. Jlrs. Amos Warren ot Waldec I^ine. near Deep Brook. X. S.. is charged with the murder o� Mrs. George Taylor. James Webster, St. Thomas, i! i years of age, dropped dead at the plant of the -McCormick Manufacturing Company. C. H. Henderson, sheriff ot Silver Bow county, is a candidate for governor of :Mon(ana on the. Republican ticket. the conduct of civic business is es-iSurely Toronio capital will sential. .\o attempt should be made ' throw money away on such a ven- to obligate the city to the expense of''^"'"'^- But it is likely the antis since 1 Western Fair Association, is dead. 1 filtration plant until it is made clear their alarms don't stampede the peo-i'''^^'� �^ '"^ o"^cers at the by a vote that the ratepayers want it. (pie, are displaying common sense and and are prepared to pay the extra i quietly 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 tax rate to provide clean, pure water. If the ratepayers agree upon the expenditure, tho mayor will get the money, and the extra tax will be demanded. The case is clear. The decision rest;; wiili ihe ta.xpayer. THE PUBLIC SCHOOL THE MELTING POT It is in our schools that the future tiitizens of Canada are being moulded Into loyal subjects. It is there the 5reat foreign element is being assimilated. They are being taught our language, and they are being imbued with Dur ideals, and in a few years they A man who allowed an automobile to smoke on a Toronto street was fined five dollars. That's getting close to the wet's argument that after booze was placed under the ban then smoking would be stopped. However, as long as the punishment is meted iout to automobiles, the other smokers won't protest. The Toronto Xews, 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 .Sam Hughes by hostile Liberal news-will have been completely transform- | papers and by newspapers aTiimated Ed. The public school on the prairie i apparently by bitter personal hatred n thp attprHtinn iOf the Minister. Xo doubt the .Minister has his faults like the rest ot us. He is not always judicial or judicious is the medium where the alteration Is taking place. The little boys and girls from the foreign hunies are growing up to be Canadians, speaking the lOnglish tongue and worshipping the tlag of a free country. The Public Service monthly, published at Regina, relates an incident which effectively tells of the trans-''ormation our new citizens are under-joiug in our schools. Here it is: One of our Saskatchewan school inspectors contributes llie following ac-30uui ot his visit to a school picnic: As our faithful Ford carefully pick-?d its way over the rough trails ot u--municipality, one Satur- �,lay in June, we .suddenly came upon a ji'-.)ivd of people assembled in a shady look. In au open space nearby were lonw ninety boys and girls arrauged ,n double tile under two banners, ft'liich bore ihe names of "Junior" and 'Folkestone.'' It was a union school picnic and these were the names of '.he schools. Kvery child but one was jf Hutheuian parentage. Fach child carried a flag, and among the flags ftas ono of France and one of Servta. Alter marching around the grassy aralrle floor, they halted before ii alatlorm, upon which ;slood one of (ho ;eachers, a stout young man of fine jppearance, who was born in Austria �}{ Polish parents. In clear, strong, sxcuUeut, English, he spoke as folio ivb: "Ladles, gentlemen and children, we ire very grateful to you all wlio are prusont with us today at this picnic md wish you all a lietirty welcome. It. gives uh great pleasure at seeing lou take ail interest and sympathy in the tiny tots before us. ^ "Oiii' aim to ineoUng hero today waa Capt. W. J. Reid. a prominent London raer, In connection with ro^ i work In his dis'-i t Mr. Fisher said that it Iho ilcctioii was held in tho winter, Ibo road work was done in the winter. It was a st.i;nlllcaut .�statement to niako, but nevertheless it was true. Anything to "gel the votes" and "get the money.'' If the peoplu of British Columbia olect Ihe present govoriiment for nnothcr four years they may extend the life of iiJirliamont at the expiration of their term forever. They have ali'p.'iily .succeeded In carrying things with a liigli band for three inonlbs. Mr. Fisher referred at length to Iho Pacillc Great lOasteni Uailwiiy deal, Workmen's Compensation Act and the .Agricultural Credits .Vet. In conclud-iug his address he wished It distinctly unilerstood that he intended to stand by the Liberal platform. Tho principles laid down iti that are sound and busiucssliko and thai is what Ihe province needs. High School By-Law The high school by-law submitted to the ratepayers of Cranbrook yesterday, was defeated by a vote of PI to SU. There was considerable opposition to the movement at this particular time. The liuaiices of the city are at a low ebb and many rate iniycrs are of the opinion that Cranbrook ims not progressed sulliclently tor a separate high school. Premier Favors Watts A, 1'',. Watts, candidate for the senior t'oiiservative association, wlio has 1/Hd\ in Kossland (ulerviewing tlie premier in connection with the spill in the party in Cranbrook, returned to the city this afternoon accompanied by iM. P. Gordon, provincial organizer. Mr. Goi'iion has submitted the evidence to the premier, who. It is said, lavurs Jlr. Watts as the iiarty nominee.. ! A, H, Webl), principal of the manual j training school, has tendered his res-; Ignation, and left for Xelson today, where he has accciiled a similar position. His family will follow in (be course of a couple of weeks. .Mr. Webb bus been prominendy identified with Crnnbrook's progress during his residence iiere of some Uve years. He whs secretary of the Cran)�rook Agricultural Association, an aclive worker of the Fariiier.s' Instituti; and a valuable inoinber of the Cranbrook Poultry .Association. The funeral of Gus Anderson Alason whose death took place at St. Fugene hospital TluirsdM\, was held Friday afternoon, interment being in the local cemetery. Deceased was THE BEAUTY OF SUNLIGHT is that every garment washed with it bears the impress of purity; a purity begotten of sweet, cleansing oils, and maintained by absolute cleanliness in manufacture; a purity exalted by the co-operation of workers united for the purpose: a purity demonstrated by the "$5,000 guarantee which rests upon every bar of SUNLIGHT SOAP. 5c. A subititute for Sunlight is not as ^ood and nrver can be. Insist upon the senuinc-HunliKht Soatt. The name Lever on Soap is a ituarantcc of Purity and Excellence. 5c. were eighteen years ago. so far as Ihe i prospectors and niiichers are oim- age and came to LUst Kootcnay from cerned. Road construction in tho St. j Webb, SasU. For a (inie he worked at Mary's country is badly needed. A 1 Flagstone. The cause of death was al the funeral. Uev. W. K. Thomsiui.i pastor of Knox Picsbyieriiiii ciiiircli. 1 oHiciated at.tho funeral services. F. .'i.i .MacPlierson was In eimrge. i Ernie Stevens, of the Cranbrook | Drug .t Book company, was taken to St. Fngeiie hospital .Saturday ufter- 11. W. Sui;;i'le. formerly maiu'gsr of the Cranbrook' braii(ih of.the lm|)eri:il , Bank of Canada, is iii the city today on business. l.ee Gammon, a well kiio vu local railway man, who enllHlod with ;he llrsc contlngenl and has beeu in tho noon and was operated on for apijcn-1 trenches for the past nine months, ha-; dicitis. j lieen wounded. His Ijrolber Harry has Harry Ogden. of the Cranbrool; Job- received notiiication from the wt".' hers staff, has received notiiication from the mllilla department conveying the news that his brotiier ./anies, who enlisted with tln^ lirst coiUiuKi i -, years of. has been seriously wounded. utiice to that effect. After nuibblliig niid postponing tho issue for more than six months, the Idomaiid of the Iliniin Walker Sons fOr Father .McGulre, parish priest of St.ja contribution of !52r,.OOn a year to tho -Mary's cluircli. left lor .New Wes* W'alkor X. S. GotTield, a commercial traveller who was born at Castleton. .Xorth-umberland county, and who had recently resided at Brockville, was buried at Colborne. A remarkable record is held by the family of Mrs. Jas. A. Garnder, well known as a Women's Institute worker, al 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 government in connection with the collection ot soldiers' voles in Britain. Hail and wind destroyed thousands ot acres of crops and wrecked many buildings in the Vonda, Sank., dl.strict. It is estimated that 20,000 men will be needed to harvest the Saskatchewan crop. Captain P. M, Steel, of Pincher Creek, who went to Prance as adju- (hriving cominuuity iuis sprung up in tliat valley.. It should be encouraged. Every I'acilitj- which can possibly bo granted in the way of road accommodation should be pxtendcd to the settlers. The mysterious working of the "dark lantern brigade" government of British Columbia is near an end. The day has passed when the government can buy the people with tlieir own money. .\lachine politics in tliis province are done, and it is abo^it lime. The people are now ready to shake theniselves free of a government that has driven settlers out of iiie country and left tiie roads wo^'sc than wretched. Or. King concluded hi.s address by an appeal to the electors of the district, in which he iir.gcd Hieir sniiport for clean government. The Liberals proposed to gi\e the province, clean, sauo and thorouuh legislation, ^vncr Septemlicr 1 Itli. he said, settlers will be no longer roldied and i)lundercd of their money. While he believed the Workmen's Comiieiisation .Act and the Agricultural Credits Act bencHciai to the workers of the province, there were certain clauses in the latter which must bo eliminated, othenvise the government was liangi:ig it out as bait. Tho doctor was heartily applauded at the conclusion of his address and took his seat amid loud cheering, Pownall 0',t for Fisher Guy F, Pownall, juiiiice of the iicace in (he Fish i.HKes country, was on tlie platform i!i support of .Mr. Fisher. He pointed out wiUi satisfaction to the large audience, (lie need of farmers securing (lie iieeiissary road work in firm's lire ilejiartmont, IniB minster to attend (he I'athoiie i.^.:ii.t. jbeeii met by (be Wallccrvllle town brother! His place is being I1IU:;1 by Father i conucil agreeing to pay -lilO.OOO a year Herman, of Webb, was in attendance ' .Murphy during his abscice. toward.-i the upkeeii of (he department. abscess of the brain. His in his utterances. We have not been able to share his confidence in Col. -AlllBOU. We imagiite also thai the Minister of �Militia .ihould be the mouthpiece of the army and nol its commander. He is not wise when he roughly disciplines soldiers to whom he should hold only a political relation. The ..Minister makes strong friends and .strong opponents. Those taps on the wrist show the opinion of a real Tory paper. tant with the 27th Battalion, of AVin-i order that they may tide over the The Hamilton, Out., Herald, is a consistently iudepepdcnl paper, and its views on the nickel (lueation are clear and sound. It says: One thing is now evident: So long as Canadian nickel ore is sent out of Canada to be refined in tlie United States, it is u�eles.s to attempt to prevent Germany getting from that country the nickel she needs In the making of -weapons and ammunition. The Deiitsclilaud has demonstrated that the only way to cut oft tho supply of nickel to Germany is to cut off Hie supply of nickel to the (Jiiited States. And the only way to cut oft the supply of nickel to tho L'liUed .Slates is for tho Ottawa government to decree that the export of nickel ore and mat-to to any country outside the empire niuat bo Blopped, and act promptly in actiordaiice with the decreo. To supplement this policy the gov-ornmcnt should Imnieitiately proceed with the eutablishmeiil of roflnliig works In Canada, and, as a war men-sure, Bliould take over and operate tho properties of llio International Nickel couipauy la Northern Ontario. nipeg, has been promoted to the rank of major on the staff of the 5th Canadian Infantry Brigade. Lieut.-Col. A. E. Swift, Commanding Offlcer of the Second Battalion, C. K. P., annoiinced thai he had recommended Captain Edmund D. 0'!''lynn ot Belleville and Capt, Roscoe Vander-water ot Sidney township, tor tho Military Cross. �Western Canada candidates will gut a preference on the four postgraduate fellowships which ".vill bo awarded next year by the University of Toronto, as a result of the generosity of Sir Fdmund Osier, Mr. J. W, Flavello and Colonel R. W. Leonard. The? felloiv-ships will be tenable for one year, and if the work done is satisfaclory they ir.ay be renewed. Clean to handle. Sold by all Druggists, Crgcera-aiK,} G�h�r�U Stores hardshiiis alfeuding the clearing of land tor the lirst tlireo or four yours. Ills remarks were greeted with applause. Alex. Fisher Who Ousted W. R. Ross Alex. I, Fisher, Fornie caiulidato, was next caiied upon. Mr, Fisiier was cordially greeted. He stated bofoie addressing the audience he would throw the meeting open n evf.i-yi)(,d"', saying lie always made It a iiolnt to wind np his own meetlng.i. A. ii Fou-wici, v hs iis.ked to sinak o;i hi^liull' of TIos Uphill, Conser'/'llvi'.. caiid: t'ate, wlio failed to put i:i tt.'i ai'lioar-aiice lie ceclined the offer. Kov. 'iV. r'.. TlH-Miior, of Cranbrook, co.ibcp.loil l-> a'ul'ess. tho audience, providit.t h.a :, there Is no charge. Simply address him at 8, Also formi for filling oul. so llial your hi-alini!^ t'lininocPb can tell tin- lu)\v to (UiK-r^ and in.stall a .sy,sU*ni lliut uill properly^ licitt my home, N,�HE--------------------_ Adukess, Um&aa Toronto Montreal Wrne.lpeil Hamilton Cnliiary Vnneouver Siiskntoon EtIinpnioD ohu, W, B. 5l.Jol by Geo, ^R. Dixon & Co, ;