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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR ____ Ib; letbbi'ibtje ttevalo HIDcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dallv delivered, per week Dally, delivered, per yoar Daily, by mail, per year .Weekly, by mail, por THK LliTHUHIDliE -OAlfK HKKALl) WKDMKSDAY, JULY 20, 1910 TELEPHONES Bnslnsss pfrice Kdilorial Office 1252 I 1224 W. A. Buchanan John Torrance MadeeiuE Director Business Manager Pales of expiry of subscr.pHons ap. I ear daily on iuMress label. Accept ance of papi-rs after expirailon date i our authority to continue llie sub- scription. tcrs atfociliifr thu mnrkrl iiic and trans- portation of Rnliii. and such like. It not Hon. Arthur .Melfihcn. this latter department will possibly have as its head H. Laliil of Itegina. who has probably u better knowledge of Brain marketing niiil trelflit rate matters than any other man in Western Can- ada." N Having Riven this much of tho Tely's hot weather vision, we have placed the clipping in the waste-paper basket, and are now awaitins with much joy the Eye-Openpr's entry in the Cabinet Reconstruction Uuessin.s Competition. Probably it was Marks, the lawyer. who touched the Raymond theatre till for the hundred dollars taken in at the L'ncle Tom's rabln performance. Your King and Country you right now! TVe arc mitcli In accord with the fol- lowing sentiment expressed by the Oil- I nary Herald: "A new popular loan is projected in the early fall. It should not be difficult for Finance Minister White to raise the money he wains among: those Canadians who have been on munition contracts." France Th ere seems to be a? great a s.'a days. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The new Rrilish lines in east of Thiepval have been 'the i 'an'experienced woman salesman and Germans have desperately not receiving one s.ngle rep.y.wher in vain to hold. Counter-attacks a year ago he had seven ur c.ght re- further] Sty of women as men these of Poz- local merchant reports adverts tor followins their iHslodgement tailed en- tirely. The French have advanced their po- sitions south of Estrees and captnr- Ed trenches near Verdmand'jvillers. Thev are also strengthening llieir po- sitions about Peronne. On the Russian front. Cossacks have penetrated the Carpathians and are causing panic in the frontier town of Hungary. Refugees are swarming in-1 laud" by the thousands. An official j statement from Budapest pays tribute to the remarkable power of new Rus- sian artillery, saying that the Aus- trians cannot rival it: Many of the positions former- ly held by uien have been taken by women, until now there are very few unemployed women. Considering the loss of population through enlistments and llu- absence of the soldiers. Commissioner Free-! man deserves a rose in his button I hole for the splendid repor: of street j railway business for the ftrsl six j months of the year. While a defici'. I is like a thistle, not nice to deal with. it is better to have a decreasing deficit than an increasing one. Keep pulling it down, Mr. Commissioner. 1 Pure Bred Shorthorns COWS and HEIFERS FOR SALE I have oil iny farm at Olds a nice lot of year- ling and two year old heifers; also a few good cows, all1 roistered Shorthorns, which I can sell at reasonable prices. I hnve nlso ONE GOOD TWO YEAR OLD 11VLL ami a few ft-ood BULL CALVES. i uusiderlng myself the instrument of Heaven and without regard to the opinion of men I go my way. speech by the Kaiser. PROTECT OUR .TREES AND SHRUBS Take care of the shade trees. An Ottawa teamster wilfully damaged- i a shade tree by backing his wagon against it. It cost him a i i- S2 expenses. We pride ourselves ou Ten-year-old Norvai Lajoie, of Belle i River, unable to swim, was drowned ion Tuesday evening when he lost his i balance and fell from some stones in a shallow bay into deep water. Tile first fatal case of infantile paral- ysis in Seaforth district occurred at Varna yesterday morning in the death of a fourteen-mouths-oid daughter of The Raymond Leaaer ,s uu a tnown Albert McGee. the men from the next school board; d f Ont., is dead. contest in mat town. Without nam a It is reported that Capt. G. I. Camp- 1 ._-. boll chaplain of the 146th battalion, A. B. Bence was elected an aider- jKi ton wlll be made a major and Saskatoon by acclamation. The Raymond Leader is shooing off ing the iady it says: "A lady will run AICKED UP IN SSING1ZHII TrlE BUSY MAN for the school board this fall it is rum- [man i iine and j i trees and shrubs here in l-eth-1 Hear, hear! She is almost cer- 1 of victory, and the hoard he none the weaker b; the addition. iof I. A. Pettit. a -well known resident Grimshy. is dead. 'none tue me bridge, where we have to give lliem ;School aifalrs are.matter3 in which the i The late wilev SmUh, of Halifax, i. much earn attention, in order that women are directly concerned aud heft an estate valued at candidature against an unknown s, as the Leader pro-' they will thrive, but we are often care- less in our treatment of the very same trees. We have noticed numbers-of them treated as though they could camim uot be damaged if y.ou ran into _ihem Qf guch with a steam roller. In the Gait Gar-1 dens the small boy runs through -ind j over and onto, shrubs and flower beds, j Kvery citizen, large and small, should, be imbued with such a regard for trees and flowers and shrubs ihey j Qf Canada, in the first sis months of would avoid doing them t age. Lethbridge without thev have a perfect right to demand lline lho urs. Tillle Cellar, a bride of three representation. NatmalH the enfled her: life at Toronto by alanned and afraid to announce i takjug carboiic retained as recruiting officer for mili- tary district No. 3, Charles Beurdmore, a son of the late Walter Beardmore, leather mer- I chant. Toronto, died suddenly from heart failure in Philadelphia, where he was visiting his mother, j of prohibition act The Financial Xews says: ''it is understood that the Steel company I recently passed in Nova ScoUa was re- John L. Campbell, one orst. before Sir Robert Borden and best known citizens, died from Hon. C. J. Doberty by .representatives paralysis. Andrew L. Anderson, aged 76. an oltl- of the Halifax license" holders. time newspaperman, we. is dead ai Ot- the iti trees, i this year .earned at the rate of iOOO per month net; thai t Rev. Canon Cooper, formerly rector his is after SL Saviour's church, Victoria, B.C., died in England. its flowers and its boule-1 interest and fixed charges, as i Tards. would not he a very atuactive I well as prei-erred stock dividends, this j Kapke, a Vanguard. Sask., far- place to reside. With these ]am0unt 'working out at better than 40inaer. died from a self inPicted bullet adorning cur streets, and parks ami j pcr cenr on lne common stock. homes, Lethbridge is a delightful place J UjnB( with lhe new open hearth fur- j Dr w thc ConservMlve naces to be operated, it is anticipated ja2lc jgr the B. C. legislature in .that the figures tor the last half ofjxelson. prericus metal. Tn us j tjie vear run considerably better and shrubs should be of abode. Let us care inr pos- sessions of this kind as would trees, valued as priceless. RUMORING IS BECOMING ITS HABIT The Calgary News-Telegram is busy rumoring these days. Not satisfied the changes in the Dominion cab- inet announced by other newspapers, ie takes up the pencil and makes an entirely reconstructed cabinet to suit itself. Of course, it puts its good iriend R. B. Bennett in the seats of ihe mighty, making him Minister of [Railways, and then it places Hon. Robt. Rogers back on his old job of i {Minister of the Interior, a possibility j that is never likely to be realized. If the Hon. Robt. took that department it. would be a step backward and tha Manitoba dictator has his eyes front Just now. In order to create :hcse changes the News-Telegram makes Hon. Frank Cochrane and, Hon. Dr. Eoche, the present ministers, so sick that they want to get out of politics. There is a danger that the entire gov- ernment will collapse from the very same and a de- sire to leave the ship'before it sinks. The Calgary paper does not cease its prognostications with Bennett and Rogers. Confident of its gifts of pro- phecy it travels on and puts Hon. Geo. H. Perley into the portfolio of Public Works, takes T. W. Crothers by the collar and throws him on the bench and fills his shoes with W. P. Xickle of Kingston, which, by the way. would be a very sensible selection, as Nickle Is one of the ablest Tories in the Hoiisa of Commons. It gets rid of Sam Hughes, too, for before it awak- ens from i'.s sleep of dreams it says: "One of our other guesses is that Sir Sam Hughes will become corn- in ander-In-chief of the militia forces In Canada, to be succeeded by a min- ister of militja who is not a soldier.. There will be one new department' created; in it will be placed a man representing a Saskatchewan consti- tuency, und under its control will be the government cicvato'- system, mat- ihan for the first half, so. that for all of 1916 it Is expected that net will reach 50 per cent, on the Most of this money has been made _-- Dr- Lambert Ernest Bolton. son of _ x. W. Rowell.: Liberal leader in out of -war contracts. Te tax upon Ontario, vfeitud the Canadian troops profits of this kind should be double jin Prance. the amount at present exacted. The j John one of the oldest far. small companies are asked to pay far' too much compared with these big cor- porations. Niagara-on-the-Lakc, July pulpit is speitking out on lhe recent military matters, preaching to a large congregation at St. Andrew's Pres- byterian church here yesterday, the pastor. Rev. A. F. McGregor, who has done much pastoral work among HIP j soldiers at camp, dealt in plain-spok- j en words with the recent visit of Sir j .Sara Minister of Militia, to t Camp Borden, and the hardships the soldiers at that camp were called up j ou to endure. Mr. iMacGregor's words j were all the more effective because of their evident restraint. "In military said Rev. Mr. MacGresor, "the passion for parade is at times very plainly in evidence.; J P B a Parsee stu-JThe marshalling and manoeuvring of 'men for official inspection is neces-. sary for their efficiency. N'or should demur be made to a parade in honor j of a truly distinguished man as a tri-1 bute to sterling worth and an incen- tive to others to prove themselves worthy of high honor. But it is gen-'. erally believed that great worth does i not parade itself. It 'vaunteth not it- i self, is not puffed up.' i Penalties of the Parade j "Last Tuesday there was a great, parade at Camp commented i Rev. Mr. iMacGregor. "The heat was I excessive. There were clouds of dust i and a lack of the necessaries for, marching reasons, in fact, I that a good custom should, for the day, be put aside But, no; and with sorrowful consequences. One dent from Bombay studying la- in Montreal when the war broke out, is en route overseas to take up avia- tion work with the allies. He holds a pilot's certificate. Rev. R. A. Holmes, superintendent of Anglican missions .for the Grande Prairie district, died at Lake Saska- toon. Alberta. He was a brother of the late Bishop Holmes, of Athabasca. Mrs. Edgar Fletcher, wife of the manager of the Fletcher Mfg. Co., of Toronto, aged 27. and her sister. Miss Ola Ellis, of 675 Euclid avenue, Toron- to, a public school teacher, were drowned together in the SL Clair riv- er near Sarnia. The Minneapolis Steer Machinery jCo., is giving Its employees all the that koUs tke coffee tjou hear so much about II y SEAL [BRAND [Coffee In I and 2 pound cans. also Fine Ground lor Perco- lators. 169 mers of Howard township, died at the Chatham hospital at the age of S9. J. H. Fink has resigned as manager for the liquidators of the Fernie-Fort iSteele Brewing Co. H. D. Phillips j takes the job. dier put out of life; ,numbers made uu., ia giving its tiiuiJiuvues an um t ill. even to prostration; a'bitter feel- milk' they want free "to "get them to t ing engendered; a loss of the respect stay out of saloons during their lunch hour. Nine hundred pints of milk" are i hauled w the companyrs 25-acre plant The plan has'succeeded, offic- which a superior officer should al-! ways merit and receive from those j under him, and the task imposed on other officers of explaining a very i __ cisco, announced that lie had perfect- The Rev. E. B.A.. B.D., a suhterranean wireWs. telephone been irvU-d'to accent a call tllat incidentally he.had! di.cov- Panls Presbyterian church. yOTf. ;ered a new of physics-that elec- Ts say .r unpleasant situation. __ "In the unreadiness of the new j Dr. H. Barringer Coi of San Fran- caraP- in th-ep Peculiarly, trying clr-i L cumstances of the day, was an ex has been accent a. call to St. Hope. Edgar Bueii. ten-year-old son of W. X. Buell. Brockville, was drowned. The child was in bathing and got into an old well. i L. S. Barr. who has been manager of the Bank of Toronto at for the past few months, has been trans- ferred to Penetan'guishene, Ont. The death occurred in Gait, Ont. hospital, of George CsJdbcck, of the ifirm of S. F. McKInrion Co., of To- jronto. Flight Snb-1-.ieut. Douglas Whittier, son of Mrs. A. D. Whitticr. Victoria, IB. C.. was killed ;fn an aeroplane ac- cident in England. Waller Harrison, of Ferine was kill- ed in action at the front. Fred Williams, a well known ratich- ier of the Moose Jaw district, is dead. JHo was a native of Flngal, Ont. energy can be transmitted over a single conductor. Because hp has been flooded with petitions from factory workers, office girls, housewives, and mixed sorts, praying for repeal of the daylight sav- ing bylaw, Mayor H. i. Stevenson of London, Out., ruled urgency and called meeting of the council to consider the question. There is a substantial section of the people opposed to re- peal and there may be a fight. Forced to take a bath, the first in many months and don a coiaulete change of clothes on July 4th, John Carmody, of Freemont, Ohio, town character known as "Black" contract- ed pneumonia and died. He was, high- acting parade an absolute necessity? The general impression is that it was yDUNCAN MARSHALL OLDS ALBERTA OF CANADA The Union Bank of Canada gives a Modern Banking Service There is a growing tendency, which we have always foster- ed, toward closer relations between business men and their bankers, with s. broader and more valuable service from bank to customer. Open an account with the Union Bank of Canada and take advantage .cf. the exceptional facilities which our 315 Branches enable us to offer. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G.-R. TINNING, Managei GRASSY LAKE BRANCH, H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager. EXCURSION TO Bercee Camp and Calgary SATURDAY, JULY 29th Arranged the Lethbridge Branch ol the Bed Cross Society On the occasion of the review of the troops by H. K. H. the Duke of Connaught Train leaves Lethbridge at 6.30 a.m. arriving back 12.33 a.m., Irv time to catch the Eastbound. RETURN FARES: Adults, Children, (INCLUDING WAR previous to the da.y can he obtained from the Hon. Sec. Frank Waddinglon, Hon. Treasurer A. J. Blackbiirnc, anil at Jackson's Store. not." Eaten Away by Vanities After pointing out that one of the attending eviia of '.var is a lowering of the valuations of human life- the speaker said: "It is awfully possible that the very heart of. a man may he eaten away by the vanities aiul.j prides of a passing hour. Tho pas- sion for outward show is costing too much today. We might to protest against any and every violation of the law of kindly mutual violated with no apology whatsoever on the part of ihe violator. Without following the hire of the suggestion as to why men were taken in such grea1, numbers from camps in which Holiiiers were trained who had given such ap'emlid account of themselves in the war, the point to be now noted .1 l i yj r> A'lfflM A ff SCHOOL FOR GIRLS RELIGIOUS LANGARA Rev. J. A. Sharfanl, B.A., B.O, R -de. Miss Margaret Ross Principal Hcatlm.istar For calendar and particulars of cither school, address the Head or McRAE WESTERN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS VANCOUVER, B. C., CANADA ert pneumonia and died. He was, high- ln tne wflr> to be now noted ly educated but. following jUting by j la (hat th passjon for parade .for per- his sweetheart, he led a queer exis-j gOTiai pomp and power, is being too tence for many years. much' yleldad to today, and we re- On behalf nf Count Honl de lam; his attorney in the suit before the holy see for tho annulment of his mar- riage with Anna Gould has presented The Mothers' Pension hoard appoint- to thc pope new evidence which ed by the Manitoba government, in- fho eludes E. D. Martin, chairman, J. How- ard T, Faik, T. R. Deacon, Geo. Fisher and Mrs. John Dick. cognize how it has shaken and all 1m ongulfed tho pillars of State in I3u- j rope. j "Canada has grand officers, not I hungry for aeir-prnlse. Thero is (lewp I A bequest of enabled Mr. Martha McKfttrick to be released from with the marrlagu borul. This, ac- cording to the canonical law, is suf- ficient to annul a Catholic marriage, the Oraiigoville Jail where she, liod [the attorney says. As matrimonial _ j, jcaaes .before the holy see can jbe resumed if freuli faf.ts n.rc brought forward, the pope baa decided to sub- mit'tho case in its new aspects to the same commisufon of cardinals that ex- amined into it previously and decided been committed a vagrant. Sli_ now in old folks' home In Toronto. An official cable from the war office was received by Geo. H. Jones, secre- tary, Moasop Hotel company, Toronto, announcing that his son, Lieut. Her- bert Francis (Bert) Jones, was killed in action on I0th July, against an annulment, com sion comprised Cardinals O-j Lai, BIs- lotti and Van Hossum. county Orange hall, Queen St. Toronto, which had been spec- ially decorated In anticiiiaLion of the holding tho annual meeting the Gram) Orange !odgo of DrltlRh North America (here. entered by enem- ies of tho order, or mischievous hoys, and despoiled o f Home 01 its orna- mcrit. A palnllng of King William of Orango was damaged by a. brick being thrown through the can van. HARVEST PICNIC COALDALE Wednesday. August 2nd POSTPONED'FROM DOMINION DAY Something doing all the time. Ball games, races! and a good lot of other sports. SHEEP CORRALLING CONTEST-BRING YOUR DOQ. LIBERAL.PRIZES FOR ALL SPORTS. SPECIAL ENTERTAIN- MENT FOR THE CHILDREN CAFETERIA LUNCH COUNTER-REFRESHMENTS SERVED DANCING IN EVENING, GOOD ORCHESTRA EARLY AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS. ;