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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JULY 27, 19 Ifoeralb IctbbnOfle, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY, .SUBSCRIPTION OdJly, delivered, per year by mall, por year .Weekly, by man, per year. M-oc WO Ontario is-'felvtriii splendid loud to the country in its coutribuUons to as- sist in inn tut tuning Canada's forces at fror.t. The most nircnt of its gifts is a suui of (Wo hundred ihoita- mid dollars to provide II vu huudruU machine ouiBtnmltiiK feature of this notable contribution is Iho fact that the guns are not limited to tat trillions' raised in the province of Ontario, -but Jire nviiihible for forces -broad- RICKED UP IN 5 .ASSINCi F 0 K 1 H t Ml S V H AN STAFF 00 A sports tiny at .CraritirooX realized for the {.Jui'dwer-Urowue Co., one of all ovor the Dominion This all ox or ine IUIHIUHH.. Vancouver's oldt-ai fuvnjture 'concerns, nuuded aoiioii oil iho part of the On- j js yf buslnfesa> ,v jtarlo government cannot ly commended. too high- T ELE PHONES. fiustn 3252 1224 Office i Office.......... W.-A. Buchanan John Torranct Kimiersley. Siipk.y-'hns offered to contribiite'a machine gun to live-Over- seas f'jreetj. Since the Saskatchewan Liquor Act came into force, hotels Imye'cios-J jed in VO ii'mutis. f Bloor street, Toronto, Imetaoss men I Managing Director Business Manager cliarses. 1m- j uropose lo sjvft ten machine i partial people who have followed the j the Canadian soldiers. Conservatives would like-to make out that'the reputation of r'rsvuior Norris has been shattered j rton cliarses. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR There is no possible way thai Ihe German press oiui SOP n peaceable settlement of the difficulties between the'. "United States and Germany in the THE STANDARD ARTICLE SOLD EVERYWHERE REFUSE SUBSTITUTES j pi-ocecdin.es of tluU investigation know William 517 St. Clurens av- jtr-at the Premier'came through with; time, and Kraak Murphy, 170 Straeh-i 'his repuiatiou acutely wndamageil. i an avenue. .Toronto, were killed In case our view is not accepted we i Monetary Times, a i niake .vould quote Oniario License' Hoard' will tour of western Ontario and paper without "any polUK-sl leanings j abolish placed that are solely i whatever. It 'says; "The evident1? of; drinking. i Premier Norris riugrs as'thai of am TIie death rale in honest man not drugged flown into the mire of political crookedness." can go further and quote the i-hich matter of submarine warfare, cans'demand proper protection of American rights ou the seas, but the German newspapers claim that pro- tection of American rights as express-1 ed Iri the latest note to the Kaiser. of another newspaper m-ouljl mean the crippling of the sub- certainly not friendly 10 ihe marine warfare which is the German's chief weapon against England. party, arm in this instance we refer to the Orange Sentinel N'ew Zea- land, where women have voted for twenty years, is the lowest in the j world. i Dr. Hastings, medical health officer of Toronto, estimates the population i jberal Toronto at the ureseni lime at !ooo. F. Wilson of the firm of Mon- oC Toronto. icrleff Wilson, solicitors, has heen Germans in north Poland continue! The Sentinel says: "There is no evi-, appointed to the position of police dence that Mr. Norris -was a party to [magistrate tor of the dickering. It is exceedingly grati- fying, that he comes through the o; HAS CLOSE SHAVE IN SMALL START NEW ELEVATOR their progress towards Warsaw and at oae point are only 25 miles from the. .'capital. In south Poland, how- ever, the Teutonic forces are meet- ing vwiih much more stubborn resist- a and have been able to make little headway. j Evidently the Germans are eipect- j ing an offensive by the Allies on the j The New York Times is one of the -west as they are massing troops informed of American 'news- several points. The Germans ss well papers and throughout the war it has j Lomond. Aita.( .luly Staff-Sergt. W. S. Loggiu of soli! ills office to Mr, McOaiilay, fort. Sasli., has served 35 years in which is now moved the Mounted Police, and has eniiglefl j lot. deal with clean hands.'' The Sentinel j for another term. does not hesittite to say that Mr. Nor- j Rev. WEI. Williams. ris will score a decisive victory in the (known as a .Methodist minister in On- [electrical storm- on. Wednesday" even- MAKE PRESENTATIONS .TO ROY BUCHANAN WHO IS TO. TRAIN FOR ACTIVE SERVICE The tail King and' Country Nqed is understood a little belter by Un. numibera of tho Ilev- j aid staff today as" a result of n eriiiff in the office yeaterday after- noon in hoiiur of one of the' oldest j and most esteemed members of the (staff. Hoy Buchanan, who lias joined j the and who left this aft'er- j noon to take a lieutenant's course at Kingston, preparatory to entering on active service., It. is the e.iistom at tho Herald for the staff to talio every op- uortunity to show ihe.ir regard for j the individual members, but. yester- day's impressive gathering wi'Jl al- ways stand out most prominently in the memories of the present staff. The circumstances brought tho staff together brought mingled feel- ings of regret and pride which were really felt by all. On behalf of the staff, H. NMohol- son spoke of their regnnl for "Koy." and the confidence every member to the hitter's J had that he would "nuike good" at I the front. While former members Nearly a Quarter 6! a of giving highest possible value: for your monejl has been the enviable record of The standard of .excellence that has'won such public confidence-will remain costs. Prices may Iluctuatc but the quality will remain the same and, at all times, will be the finest procurable.... J.V; _ Loaded Revolver Causes Tragedy Victoria. 13.G., larty at the hou July ic of W. A. Lrfsh on St. atreeL nffiht had tragic ending. Alfred K. one of tho was handling u Cqlt.revolver when it went off. The bullet struck Mrs. Irish, and she. fell dead in her hus- band's arms. Realizing what he had. done, Watson Immediately turned the revolver on himself, iiwl died In a few mimitRS. The AVatson family-came here from Calgary. DON'T rEAH GERMAN INVASION MiiKraUi, Alta.. .July letters mother, Captain Taylor reports that he is tin joying life at Canterbury; in beautiful Kent. He is now attach- ed to an English cavalry regiment, uiid is in training for any emergency 'call inio the lines. He Bays that all fears of a German Invasion are about dispelled, eiMiur from yea or air. elections. j Mr. Hodgins had the misfortune to j had enlisted this was thy first time j lose a valuable work borse during the j we were honored by having :i mem- ber leave us directly. As a result. tario for many years, died in Callfor-'mg the war was brought closer, and H nia, recently. j The hail storm Friday afternoon j concern aroused impossible -under j Andrew Hastings' little 15-monUis' iditl considerable damage to crops! other circumstances. He expressed j child. ?.t Wiarton. Ont., accidentally j west of town, some- being wholly it ho regret the stan fell in Roy's de- fell into a tub of water and was! hailed out, and a few partially. It parture, and of'the greater feeling of drowned. is thought here ihe hai'i strip jjiriiie in the cause for which be While out bathing in the St. reach to Lake MaeGregor. "tliti Allies are already preparing j contained some of the very best ar- j rence at Levis. a Quebec soldier. Wm. A. Parker's stor6 for'another winter campaign. A TEST OF OUR 'CITIZENSHIP We are afraid ihat_very few people realise it "but it is true nevertheless, school system is undergoing a crucial test during this great emer- gency in our history as a pan of the British 'Empire. Too many ueople possess the view point that our sch'obls are merely for the purpose of to the children a know- ledge of the three -writing and arithmetic. They forget thai.-The great purpose of the school is to" develop citizens first and fore- moisti: Has it developed real citizens? not going to answer this ques- tioicother than to say that, there has note-been a very ready response from. (Canadian "born in the present great It is just as well to 'be candid that the great proportion of 'theT-.-i'men who have gone from this country cc active service are British ibora. Is this reflection on our school system? Should the develop-: meal of our boys through the Puhlic andrHigh Schools have brought them j tides ihat have been published. well known that the pro-Germans the United States have endeavored to e It is; Murray, was drowned. He leaves a Orangemen of county ,are subscribing to a fund tor ihe pur- arouse feelings in that nation against j cjiase OI- a machjne gun for one the Canadian overseas battalions. .d a close call the other night when the telephone wires became disconnected, causing the current1 to be short-circuited on liis VeErigerntor, and succeeded In burning quite ft hole, when, happily. leaving. As ;niall token remembrance .and of s esteem ami" 'good the exportation of arms and ammuni- tion to the belligerent countries. This movement was solely inspired by the fact that Germany arid Austria were unable to get munitions of -war from________f ......______ the United States. The New York i ed to contest Stonewall constituency! The road allowances are being wishes, he presented him with a dub hag. For the company, J. Torrance em- phasized the sentiments expressed by Jlr. Nicholson, and spoke of the the smell of it the sleepers aim of the Herald to secure such men Aeberry Singleton, real estate deal- above and it was extinguished. jas the one who was leaving, and er and farmer, will contest Gladstone The bascbsi'i team went down to the worth of such a member to the for the Manitoba Legislature, as a! Bow City on Friday, and brought company, both in and out of the of- TJbnservative. [honor to Lomond, the result of, the flee. He said Roy's work ;ind person- Isaac Riley, retiring member, ret'us- 'game ;beiug Times deals with the view taken by! again, and.T. Scott of Meadow Lea, j graded west of town. now the Conservative candidate j O. Smith has rented his restaurant r the Manitoba Legislature. 'to the Misses Loggy.: Mr. Smith has Miss Myrtle Bench lost her life, taken nil a purciiased--hoinestead, hav- The twist in the German mind j two men, George Fraser and one ing disposed of his original homestead. 'ipresaza_ reoeived serious injuries in 1 It is poor encouragement for the n jv.nnn-in Germanj m the tollming ive and unanswerable style: baffles the American etrert to under- stand -it, but some of its quirks are becoming understandable. One is that in German logic there seems to be no sucii thing as a jirineiple. A thing an eip'iosion-whtah destroyed. Walk-1 farmers around here-to try to destroy er's garage In Orillia. Ont. James reported Tornmce! is to be is lawful or unlawful not according to __ any general theory, hut according to j af the effect it will have on Germany.' in, Stratford that M.L.'A., for iS'orth appointed customs Jt "is-Tvrong, for instance, for' the United' -States to sell ammunition which fwill -be used to kill German soldiers, and equally wrong for Ron the pesty weeds ivhen The Russian thistles, mustard "and wild buck- wheat are flourishing fine along ihe railway a bad "ap- pearance tu the district., The men v.'il'i be probably next Tha'cutting off of nine more liquor week to build the farmers' elevator, licenses-in London-will shortly be ask-. jThey are at ed of the Ontario Board of License I jjr; Baker is around again after his Commissioners by the London .Social j illness. to the, late J. G. Hess. makes many German mothers child-' The funeral of Mrs. Rosevear, wife to V reahzation of the real meaning j less. is told that it is of Do thej realize that wicked and unneutrat for her to pre-iDf Jo1111 c- Rpsevesr, took place at Jvent the Turks from receiving am-! Cobourg. Mrs. Rosevear never re- ;Mr. Paisley has mqved his residence from Bow City, in the near future. mania to prohibit the forwarding of Commissioners pyiue ammunition which will :be used to sen-ice _F6deratiau.. _ kill French and Enslisa soldiers. J the five-year-old son of W. j here and will move his barn We are told that it is wicked and P- a farmer; living near unneutral for us to permit the French i R--Uetown; was .almost instantly kill- ana English to receive ammunition i ed' whea-he load- because It prolongs the war with bay which was -pemg drawn .iifj. i from the fields to the "barn. citizenship means sacrifice? Jf a man fienfes bis country it should not ,be foflfinaacial gain, a sacrifice, of his love of country and his desire to aid his fellow, man. "We are afra d taat citizens fail to accept this i war as their w ar Thev are relnn? too -miKt on the. men'of the British Isles to .itin the forgetting that if the'inen in the British. Isles were to loseiecauae -we failed, to.assist .them, lose al_so. Freedom and libert) express much to the man -A ho full'realization of British citi- zenship but "we are afraid that tne mass of on1" people fail to realize the meaning and the real value of British citizenship. They think that freedom ant? libertj will go on for ever that no "Struggle is necessary to retain thete precious possessions They maftTawaken to the fact that freedom and Hbertj are in dauger that if the Alliee lose on the ibaltleflelda of Eur- ope freedom and Hbert> ma> go down andibe crushed under foot Toy a nation -with jdeals totally at variance with those of Bead the-Jiistory of Germany familianze jourself with its .form of government, read the Tieifts expressed bv tts leaders and -come to know that Germany dock not know responsible govern- that Germany does not believe in ffjsponsible.government. Germany belieyes in tne domination-of the few oiej the manv Bntaln believes in munition., though that ammunition gained consciousness after her fall would prolong the war and makeSfrom the first floor of her home to many French and-English mothers i "he cellar, fracturing .her skull. Several farmers in Kelowna. B.C., childless. -We are told that we must not let the French and English use our soil to recruit their supplies, tbe- canse that is siding -with one of the belligerents. Roumania is told thai she must-let Turkey use her soil to recruit-its supplies, because not to do so will be siding with one of the belligerents! ________ Winnipeg, July Galls year, with a view of demonstrating kilted and F. W. district are growing broom corn this Flying Ambulance Kills Pedestrian Injures Another aliiy made him one of the most highly Bowles died of its feasibility, and, if successful, ex- juries at an pect a broom factory will be ready' the police an esteemed and valued members of ihe staff. tho company temporar- ily accepted his resignation with re- gret, it shared thy nride all Roy's friends felt in the unselfish motive that prompted him to serve'liis coun- try. On behalf of the company he handed Roy a cheque as an- honor- arium and in token of the company's regard. A. "Buchanan, M.P., the manag- mg'-dire'ctor responded to the" request of the boys, but spoke with great dif- ficulty. He to'id the staff fssl- iag of pride he had that a'memlier of his family was willing to-serve his eountry.'and; if necessary, die for; bis country.1- He said that Roy's action was the result of the promptings of his conscience, and explained that-he was willing and anxious to serve in any 'capacity if unsuccessful" in get- ting his commission. "He referred to his close relation with Roy-in-being associated with. saince ho j left school, and the staff -understood what the occasion meant to'uini. Mr. Buchanan repeated the hope that Boy would be spared to return. Roy responded in a way that was characteristic of him, and made an impression on his fallow .members of the staff, who, as a result, were impressed with a desire to early hour today' when j more earnest endeavor to "do their rushing with a bit." .patient, Lottie Farquhar, aged 9, Roy has been with the Herald for II was announced who had been Injured by a street car, the past sis years, beginning in the for operation next season. camp that Rev. S. J. XL Compton> pas- j tcr of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Suggests Bars be Closed Up Now with Compensafn to the hospital, dashed onto the side-j fr0ilt" rose to one of the ul. walk at the corner of Sargent avenue j most important and responsible posi- ohurch. ItiilgBton, has bean appointed anil Sherbrook street last night. The tlons on the of accountant, chaplaia of the S9th Battalion, with j driver of-the ambulance swerved to He was a member of the Herald's the rank of captain. i avoid striking a cyclist which was. baseball and bowling teams, and no ;S GOTLAND 'SAILINGS From Montreal T.S.S. ATHENIA ..'....Aug. 28 T.S.S. "CASSANDRA ...Sept.. 4 "Carries Cabin HnWenkers only.' Rates: Cabin S52.50; 3rd Class PREPAID TICKETS from. ScuUiuitt issued nt lowest rates. Full information from any Railway or Steamship Donaldson Line H. K. LID.MAN, Gen. Agent. Vancouver. 531 Granvlile Street Plione Sey. 31S9. Service MISSANABIE (New) ..Sepi. Major Glen .Campbell, .ex-M.P., 'has [.crossing ien eiven command of a company in so d s I baseuait anil uowiiiig street member of the staff is more pop.ular, so tiding lost control of his car, been given command of a company _, in the 79th Battalion, a new regiment' then over the sidewalk, formed, with Lieut-Col. Cliu-! struck the pedestrians. Sail of Virden, Man., as comanding j officer, with headquarters at Bran-1 it de-id Calgary, July S. W. Fal-1 F- O. Webster, aged So, employed !is speaking a't Central Methodist !as a clerk in the Canadian church last night on the recent pro-1 Express Co. at Winnipeg I hibition victory, made the suggestion i and Miss Cissy Wilson iged that it- might ho advisable to enter 190 Forth street, Winnipe; into some arrangement whereby th3! the General Hospital in a serious con- Rev. Dr. Jackson Dies Suddenly or held in higher regard. Buchanan left on the afternoon train-tor Kingston. F. S. FUmer left last night, and it is linderBtood that A. B. Stafford will leave in a day so to-take the same coiirae. in' bars might be induced to quit before I diiion, tho date of their execution. result of a coi'iision'be- it ween a heavy elgtst-passenger auto- He suggested it inig'nt be possible I mobile and a motor cycle, to secure the cooperation of-the H-I The P. -LorHlard Tobacco Co., Jer-j qupr "people thcraseives in this mat- I'sey City, says U lias signed a contract. ol nneumonia ter, even if compensation had to be I for cigarettes to ue man given. Quebec Tuh 01 the hcsi, I in Canadian Jleth- I died" Saturday night in Jei I frej Hale hospital here the D MORE HONORS FOR GENERAL SAM STEELE Montreal, July from night, the Gazette's correspondent said: "A rumor from a well-informed t source Is to the fiifect that General [bam Steele-vviU shortly be promoted ufactured on or before H any -compromise of ihis nature j September 1. These, cigarettes was arrived at Le tiiought that the-troojis of the Allies, and pcnsation should be part of jfc, lorjwHI heey the factory day and! passage of the bill .practically :iam Jackson of a sudden attack f ora tjle command of the second GJI- nadian division to the comand of.the southeastern division of England. This means the command of a large num- ber of British as we'll as those of all the Canadians in that city." it III guaranteed the liquor people another! recruiting meeting in Annapo- Ifrline. Julv Antonio battle on goTernment tha people people "vye must the people and for in the interests of the 10 the faci, that year's business. Royal, X.S., In the interests of the It might he accomplished, he i 40th Nova Sr-otia Battalion, it was an-. thought' In Oie shape of'a war mca-jnounced that Ciarence'Jamieaoir, M.P., j Cantorc has been killed m sure. i has'sent'-his cheque for to the As far as the compensation acting .Minister of Militia to provide 'a machine gun for the battalion. puf'ildealB of are in dan As Canadians we must do our ipartio protect those ideals we must the fighting and the sacrl- the 'British horn. We must dolour part, and we hope that our sch'ool system yet prove that it has -developed re.il citizens who so "appreciate British citizenship that prepared to make In the present great emergency POINT OF VIEW YOUR KING NEIO YOU AND COUNTRY that could he easily managed. Alberta's .yearly liquor bill was j A change is about to take piace in about and sonic of management -OL. the Weyburn money could be spent upon conipen-1 branch of the Bank of Montreal, Mr. sating the owners of the .bars. WOULD STUMP FOR RUSSIAN RECRUITS Brantford, Ont., July 2G.--Express- ing the belief that lie could raise ______ __ ___ _ _ several thousand Russians in Ontario the Isnnzo front. He is theifust of-land Quebec for overseas service.with ficer of that rank lost by Italy. Canadian troops, Louis Slander, von a general's commission by hero- a local Russian missionary, has -writ- ism he displayed during tions in Tripoli. R, C. being to Indian Head, and the .vacancy thus 1 caused being HHed bjv-Mr. E. V. Leslie, j at present accountant at the King- jston, Ont, branch. Glenn JlcCormick, a Detroit boy of 17, 'while in Chicago, met Dorothy. Pichles, a widow and the a girl of ton, and qiarried her. In spite of her being twice his age. Now .he repents at leisure, and hy his next friend, his mother, lie is suing for divorce. At Strathmore, Alia., Oddfellows were Initiating candidates as a hail- storm broke, and the glass in the dome of the hniJding-crashed in; causing temporary 'consternation am- ong the members, who had' f.p post- pone operations. the .candi- dates thought the thunder was part of the ceremony until they realized what was who was Planned to Blow Up Big Plants ten the Militia department asking permission to stump the two prov- inces witii this end in view. who speaks both English and Russian, is confident that Be could, recruit several battalions' oE llussian fighting men in Toronto, Lon- don, Hamilton, Brantl'ord, Montreal and Quebec. Cleveland, 0., July young .German, 25 years of age, whose name JBATTLEFORD MAN MURDERED the authorities refuse to divulge, was! North Battleford, Sask., July arrested List night in connection with a suspicion of a plot to up the plants of the American and Wire company, the r Car company, and the pany. At the adjourned fiui.uest a verdict was -returned that "Abraham Ad time met his death by murder on Sunday, rs of 11 a.m. Peerless Motor July between the hou 'White com- and 3.30 p.m., by some 1 persons unknown.- THE BANll OF COMMERCE Sm EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O..LL.D.. .D.C.L., ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Mnnager JOUNjAIRD. V. G. BROWN, Superintendent of CentrallWevtem RESERVE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL -Accounts may.be opened at every branch of The Canadian iBank of Commerce .t6 be. operated by mail, and will receive simt careful .attention as is givtm to aii other departmentsjof theiBankV' business. Money may or withdrawn'in this'way as iatisfactorily as by a-personal visit to the Bank. -WM< Lethbndge, Branch.- R. T. Brymner, 1 PQUND-250 CUPS SixCups for One Cent RIBBON Is by far the most tea and the richest, most satisfying in flavor. Ask definitely Sond-Uiis Advertisement wilif 25 Blue Wbbon, limited, Winniiieg, for the Blue Ribbjf Oook Book- Wrlte name and addresi plainly. Blue Ribbon. ;