Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PACil'. ____ toevalfc Hlbeita PAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Hates: Dally, delivered, psr week Dally, delivered, per year Billy, by mail, per year .Weekly, by mall, per your 100 ..55.00 .53.08 ..51.00 TELEPHONES Buelnsss Office Editorial Office W A Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager FRIDAY. JULY 28, New York man declared that he lind been murdered. His unsuccessful op- ponent ts blamed. It would SMIII that tho winner must pay the pen- alty In that state. Candidates will soon prefer to lose than win. .1. S. Dennis says he Is 50 ashamed of some of his fellow Cahsary citizens, on account or their refusal to contri- bute to tho Patriotic fund, that he feels like moving out of the city. He had bettor move to i.ethbridge where practically every red-blooded man is i: generous contributor to HIP fund. There are a few exceptions, but they never did give much to any cause any- RICKED UP IN SS1NGIZZZI FOR THE BUSY MAN Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- "ear dallv on address label. Accept- once of papers after expiration date is our authority to continue the sub scrlptlon. Before Jcoi, Carson, the Patriotic Fund organizer, joins the artillery he will train some of his guns on Al- berta's well-to-do citizens.and if they don't come through -with the right kind ot contributions there will he gome financial casualties chronicled in tho newspapers. They will rend Your King and Country you right now! i like tills: .lohn Sniilh, everybody knows he is rich, asked for a contribution to Pa- triotic Fund, refused. And most lohn Smiths will write a cheque before allowing their names to get into such a list. Hon. Uco. P. Graham says that a New York gentleman told him that nickel from Canada had been ship- ped on the Deutschland. The same new York man declared that he had recently bought some tens of thous- ands of dollars' worth ot nickel refin- ed by the International Company from Canadian ore. When he made ihe Pozieres. purchase not n Question was asked The submarine warfare of Germans ummate usl, or Destination has been concentrated recently on ihe It mignt ellsily have limber-laden boats, chiefly those from nsM tQ German agents. It Is Norway. about time the Dominion government The United States has protested the tWs by pre- venting its exportation, thus compell- ing to be brought into existence in Canada a refinery, over which Can- ada would have complete oversight. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Following up their capture ot Er- zingan. the Russians are continuing their pursuit of the Turks. The quan- tuie- of material and the numbers ot prisoners taien at Erzingan are said 10 have been heavy. The Atlstrians announce their retreat on the Oall- cian front. Quiet prevailed on most fronts vesterday. The British are pressing their attacks in the vicinity of Pozieres. blacklisting by Britain of a large num- ber of German-American firms. WHAT WINNIPEG DIDN'T DO AND OTTAWA DID rr a merr> maun tne 01 even Its own partisan Extreme heat is causing many deaths in Montreal. New taxes on property and Incomes are being Imposed in Holland, to pro- duce soine a year. 30.000 huts and clubs have been er- ected In France nm! other parts by the Church Army. British Freemasons nre to set lip their own war hospital. The Chelsea j Hospital for Women, will be converted ito this use. Uninterned enemy aliens In England (outside London) are: Germans 2.100 males and 2.250 females: Austrians. males and 900 females. Grading on the Hanua to Medicine Hat Hue of the C. N. R.. it is said, will be started soon. Contracts will be let in a few days. Lord Murray of Elibonk mentioned recently, that during the war we have and doubled the personnel. J. AV. Deyell has purchased a con- trolling interest in the Lindsay Watch- man-Warder, whose former owner, Al- lan Gillies, met his death by drowning about a year ago. The C. X. R. must pay dam- ages to Dr. F. G. Sparling, of Saska- jtoon for injuries the Dr. sustained in ja wreck at Saskatoon. The Earl of Lyttou. has been ap- i pointed civil lord of the admiralty, re- placing the Duke of Devonshire, who jha3 been designated governor-general :0f Canada. ixuuuv i Hubert "Wilson, the eight-year-old settled this nickel problem by pre- Qf Robert Wlson. grocery iravel- ___ ror v, T Harl.j3 comiiany, of Owen Sound, is thought to have been drown- ed in the Grand river at Fergus. Manchester tramways during last year carried 209 million an increase of seven millions. The profits enabled to be paid in jrelief of the rates. Mr. J. H. Soans. C.P.R. resident en- FINAL LOUIS KEEL'S Offerings of Unusual Interest for Tomorrow, Saturday. Do not delay buying any longer, as this is positively the last week of our Great Sale. Read our Extraordinary Clearance Prices. Men's Straw Hats 4 Panamas Clearance price 0 QC .50 "Leghorn" Straw tfj-l n C Hats. Clearance 1 OJj Straw Hats. Clearance price 51.50 Straw Hats. Clearance price Commenting on the awakened m- av terest of the Dominion Gov.nnn.nt in k questtoll the Calgary Her j aW ravs: ..Qlllte ukely the govern- Men's Work Shirts Priced till Clearance price J. Priced S1.25. Clearance price Men's Overalls PLAIN BLUE or Striped. Priced Sl.oO. Clearance (Jt IP price fll.U Priced Print djl C Style.. Clearance Tashion Craft' Suits Suits. Clearance price Suits. Clearance price Suits. Clearance Price Suite. Clearance price Special lot of and 120.00 Suits. Men's Blue Serge Suits Kegulai- Clearance price Bcgular Clearance price............. Men's Summer Underwear In white or Full lengths or short sleeves and ankle Umjths. Priced per suit. QA Clenninee price UUC ATHLETIC UNION SUITS. In white Mudrau. Priced per suit. Clearance QC-. price............... V Vr SHIRTS DRAWERS. Priced per gnrment. Clear- unco price Men's Socks SILK SOCKS. Plain or fancy. Clearance price 75c SILK SOCKS. Plain colors.. Clearance price 35c AH or colors. Clearance price 25c LISLE SOCKS. Clear- auce price, 3 pair for elling the old court house in Winni peg into university class rooms, wa< going to adopt the system. The Rogers cident of a world war has set the peo- ple thinking and talking. And therein lies the chief weakness of all Cana- l.ldiau governments: instead of lead- be resident engineer i master. l road- The lock sates at Campbellford and The Rogers organ decid-1 -an on Trent system_, ed at once that the. eost-p.us-p 'h p p g i-the initiative to plan big things and the: holiness to carry them into ef system. Dr. Hugh McKay, who has been the j I be lOrCeO upon uiui- r- LJI. .....ikw... Tnjfect." The Herald points to a com- doctOr at the Ontario reformatory at j outrageous gratt. weakness of governments. Lead- Guelph for some time, has been trans-1 ,i into an awiul rage a ___, .h t K f thf. Pniivalescent erahip and initiative seem to bi ,'ferred to the staff IJinsnitnl 'for retur lirely lacking. jhospital for returned at to- I ,WUi De installed in a short time and vic.i great issues1 they are too frequently h comnleted na-vigatlon will be centage system was rotten and j nt to walt tm puuite opmioll forc. from'Lake Ontario as far west ions. The contractor didn t need t OMm Kawartna lakes care. The higher the cost the larger Ills profit. An army of political hangers-on would be forced upon Mm it was paper got into an awful rage over a rumor-a .rumor as we indicated before, had no foundation. And here's whe're the joke comes in. On the very same page that the system was denounced in words that glistened visions of graft, there was printed a dispatch telling all about the rebuild- ing of the Parliament Buildings at Ottawa, under Hon. Robert Rogers, Minister of Public Works, and what do you think was the main purpose of this article. It was a rousing de- fence of the system of erecting public buildings, which Father Rogers, of the Tele- gram, is adopting in the reconstruc- BOROEN AFRAID OF, -BOURASSA i Regina Leader: The real inwardness rjct near pi tixe matter lies, of course, in the j TCOr jag rpurner_ Of the Sunnybrook dist- Ha'nnai Alberta, was killed workiug in the fields. His horses with a disc-narrow and he Men's Fine Shoes Triced and Black or Tan. Clearance price. Triced and Button or Lace. Clearance price Triced Clearance Triced Clearance FLORSHjSIM SHOES.-Oxford Styles, Tan .'di- UncjL' Button or lace. Triced .Clearance price.......... Men's High-class Summer Shirts In designs, guaranteed fast coioring's SILK SHIRTS with Novelty Stripes. Trice Clearance priue MERCERIZED AND MADRAS SHIRTS. "Arrow" Brand. Clearance and SHIRTS, Monarch Brand. Clearance price 95c Fifth St. South raccytsat the noraen government with a disc-narrow ana ne not take any action against under the harow and fa- Bpurassa is the power behind 'he itallv mangled. scenes Tory representation from I __ Quebec. To suppress Le Devoir would j Conductor Cutting, of Bridgeburg is j stir up a hornets' nest for the Brakeman C. Stone of Bridge- party in Quebec, and so for purely is and Engineer pkrUzan reasons Bourassa is allowed and- Fjreman A. Webb, both of to conduct-an open and flagrantly dis- -p _p hardlv hurt as a result of a WQ BATTALIONS TO'GO TO THE loyal campaign in Quebec. It is wril tr'e' a LOUIS KEEL Fifth St. South iujm ijaiuiiaign m j-ear-end collision one mile east that, the people of Canada should Lomlon on the Grand Trunk. thoroughly understand and fully appre-i elate tho situation. "MY RIGHT HON, ENEMY" (London. Eng., Chronicle.) I ask my right hon. euemy" tion of the Parliament Buildings at Ottawa. Now this system denounced ...Jv as mj. ,g on. euem as "graft" in Manitoba, was sMOlIei. DInnell in addressins and daughter when used by the Hon. Bob. The Jan' unimportant question to Mr. Tm- telegram the percentage re, -t Rudolph Bach, rnr years German correspondent on "land etc.. and re- cently editor of a German publication FRONT AS UNITS' Greatest Need at the Front Now Is Subalterns Ottawa July is little Mis. Frani SaSk" cenuv'eoiim UL H-uciuiB" in Manitoba, who lived with his wife, nopB that battalions now in .n proceas of formation, will pre- serve their identity they reach I the front. They will almost certainly (lav i ne nouse laugneci luuuiv IUB '11 sonable, and, strangest of all, it found said the question was not on Saskatoon ratepayers fran- be broKen up that there would be ;'a saving com- pared with the bulk-sura where a contractor "would tender, doubt the paper. Mr. Ginnell: Yes, it is count upon a profit of probably 15 per cent." And that is not all. When the Tele- gram was denouncing the Norris gov- ernment for using the percentage wholly on rumor, argued long and earn- estly for the day labor system, and jcbise to the Northern Commercial com- pany of Saskatoon to supply and dis- The Speaker: The hon. member natural gas by a large maj either asking a question on tho paper ;0rity. Three other bylaws cpncern- entirely new une. jjng'the purchase of an incinerator and No, neither. passed, the first by a large ma- jority and the bylaw for the site by jtwo votes. into drafts and sent over for tne purpose of supplying the i continuous wastage of .the four div- isions now in France. or is putting an entirely new Air. Ginnell: Reflection (By W. E. Gladstone.) painfully reflect that in almost j Is officially announced that the I painfully reflect that in almost it is omciany auuuuiiLcu iuub every political controversy of the last I following troops have arrived safely eaciy UH 50 leisured classes, the edu- in England: The llth Canadian at that very moment the day laborlcate'd classes, the wealthy classes, ted Rifles, British Columbia; Tne JStn j svstem was in use on the reconstruct jthe titled classes, have been in the I battalion, rn. wrong The common people the Ontario-; the IDoth battalion, t.rj.i., tion of the Winnipeg court house. The uncommon 106th battalion. .fNorris government had not adopted, nor thought of adopting, the cost- system. The Telegram hasn't said a word ebout the matter since, but is on rec- ord In favor of age at Ottawa as an honest system and opposed to age system at Winnipeg as a rotten system. So you win see that the Telegram still retains its place as a party "hack" glad to ,blow "hot" and "cold" just as its bosses dictate. Consistency doesn't worry ft a Par- tlcle. toilers, the men of uncommon sense have been responsible for nearly all of the social reform meas- ures which the world accepts W. B. GJadstone. ,____ The Mewburn family is certainly iolng Its bit. The Dr. and his boys are all on-Empire service. Rev. A. H. Denoon will make an admirable chaplain. He is a good all round man, and he knows how to deal with men. He will be an influence for good and will always hold the respect of the men in khaki. He is making a real sacrifice, and so is his church. Politics in Alabama are n matter lite and death. The body of a vic- torious candidate In an the 106th batlalion, Nova Scotia. "The Man Keeps Cool" may not be a good politician, but he has solved the problem of comfort and contentment. He starts the day right by eating Shredded Wheat Biscuit with rrrilk or cream. He eats it for lun- cheon with berries, sliced bananas or other fruits. He makes Shredded Wheat his "meat" in the hot days. It is ready-cooked, ready-to-eat. HER HOME No LONGER CHILDLESS Operationnot Neceiwury after Taking the Great Medicine for Women. Miller's Falls, said With 48 regiments in France and with an annual wastage computed at 150 per cent., it is evident that at the present rate of recruiting new regiments as such can scarcely hope to be added to the lighting forces across the channel. News which has id Canada recently- is to the that most recentlv arrived bat- talions in England have already been broken up. One of its chief difficulties to be encountered will be the disposal of officers, especially those of the higher ranks. The greatest need at the front is for subalterns, among whom the wastage has been particularly severe KAISER'S SON-IN-LAW CRAZY Duke Miner a raua, Col Septimus Denison. having j j had displacement very badly and I ariiipvpd the aee limit has been retir- _ would have to nave ef Sndthheerank of brigadier-general. 1111111 "g tides and a pulling 'He is a veteran of the Canadian perm- anent force. He is a South African commanded a brigade in the second Canadian overseas division. One hundred and eighty thousand pounds of wool which the Saskatche wan Department of Agriculture has been holding for sale under Its co-op- erative wool marketing scheme, has been sold to Swift and Co., Chicago, the highest tenderers, who put in a 32p3 ____D_ [or all grades ____jnts per ponnd. Eighty-five per cent of the wool vent Into the1 straight grades at an average price, of cents per pound. Made in Canada Sir Thomas Upton. In fulfillment of the voluntary agreement into which he entered, has paid to Upton's Limit- ed. in cash, to make good losses in capital which the company sustained. Making this announce- ment at the annual meeting of Upton's the denuty chairman of (he company, Mr. Mllnff, said Sir Thomas not only had kept faith with the shareholders hut liad gone beyond hla promise by paying this large 'fiuni'fn Parents! of Brunswick Breaks Down While Leading Troops London, July Copenhagen correspondent of the Express sends a story regarding the illness of the Duke of Brunswick, the German Emperor's son-in-law. The story, however, is not confirmed from any other source. -.-''The Duke of says the correspondent, "v.-ho has been the vic- tim of profound melancholia since the early days of the war. now is declared to be hopelessly insane. His mental collapse was the result of a trying perlence while commanding a detach- ment of German troops on the Russian frontier, when he witnessed the tragic fate of his men, all of whom were swallowed up In a treacherous marsh.' The Duke of Brunswick, who was Prince Elrnest August of Cumberland, married Princess Victoria Loiiise, daughter of the German Emperor, at Berlin In May, In March, lillfp, a Copenhagen dispatch reported the Dulce to he Buffering from a nervous breakdown which was considered in- curable. You may rest assured of one thing, Cowan's Maple Buds will not harm your children buy them for yourself arid yours. HAS BEEN KILLED London, luly Otto Par- schau recently given the decoration of Pour le Meiite for bringing down his eighth enemy aeroplane, has been kill- ed In an air battle, according to a Renter's Amsterdam dispatch which Quotes the Frankfurter Zeitung. Judgment was rendered in London, England in favor of tapt. 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