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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB LETHBRIDOR DAILY, HERALD ntlOAT, niLY 81, c, Siberia DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally, delivered, per j ear by mall, per year. Weekly, by mall, per year.. 3.00 1.00 I Thu being raised at the y Unte premier In his official as de- mining the future policy of the pro- vince with reference to the Crown nds' Hie contributing lumbermen were teekiug to It tur- ner made! clear, that the premier himself a Wend at the custodian ot thii that __ ioew.Jui. chief icalet wa> taking a in.lu. coHmtioo. Theie to ttU iiuilness "6! m oonnectton .with .the evidence of hi. editorial 1234 frteod stories ot the The heat droTe Rmdolph editorial W. A, Buchjnin John Terrance Director Business THE EUROPEAN CRI8I6 minded and With the thunder of war begun to be Beard in "already Europe, tie time has coine for action. Hon. Mr. nemming's tatement that he did not authorise be iwaiu in uecirBu ire are forced to the conchitlon Berry to meke demands on lie lum muter at WlngiiaiB, Oat. dlM- '1 iiin nations ns at he kne contributing to an im bejfn fund tor the benefit of his go> meat. held honest views, and tho action of his daughter in the matter St.. John Globe of jmlemnlty bears evidence-' oi {independent Cooaervatlve) In a re- the high standard ot his attitude issue, Hid it foce on; a- public man, Wnu to the N. D.. to commit nuiowie. muBV "fiivV conrtnoad all fair- men that Rev. B. J. byterian pastor at Norwood, C. N. Qrlffln win be appointed post- Archbishop gpratt (R.C.) ot King- ston, will go to Rome in September. No Canadian officers will attend lie year's British army manoeuvres O. A. Langley, of Ixiltefleld, is like- ly to be appointed bounty police mag- istrate of Petertioro county. Jolin If. Dmwoodie, lormerly operated a sawmill at at Thorold, Ont. Wages of Hydro-Electric linemen at London have been. Increased from 34 to 37 cents-.an hour. ftav. H. A. Noehern, pastor of St, Paul's Lutheran church, London, is remoTintj to-AVaylanft, N. T The Montreal du Com- merce has issued a" .pamphlet boost- jog the Georgian Bay canal. Hon. Geo. .estimates Sas- katchewan's crop at fourteen.bushels to the a-cre. Hon. P. E. Lessard has been elect- ed president of tliB West Edmonton Liberal Association. in "the old way" Just as: an eotpen- nent, there..-was The busl- ess men'a trip.to Uie experimental arm here on Wednesday showed nerely a repetition of the same occur- rence. Mr. Fairfleld. has used excel- ent judgment .in arranging his plots as they are, for side by side, are the esults of. poor, and of careful farm- In the tblfl conclusive proof, t Is: often argued that because cer- tain summer fallowed land baa failed fallow should he-abolished, or is not what is something Tvron'g witi the summer faftow, it "was the soil, but aking H. all around, summer fallow udfciously and thoughtfully done, is he only awre way of making any mmid country produce crops. The riglit'.depth of plowing, -with tlhe pro- amdiint of discing and harrowing, that sooner tihe entire aouth i placed under the ditch, the sooner 'ill Southern Alberta reach its mas- mum producing power. farmers there, are growing grain. The sh has no need to'wprry. A check for ?1475, Uie amount of the police investigation all the men uie sessional indemnity of the late while the inquiry was on, dabbling in lie mire of cheap political Hon. F. D. Monk up to the time he Clarke of Edmont consideration before condemnation several thousand dollars of his money B applied, to any summer fallow. The esson was outstanding at the Experi- mental farm. While tie crops are In the woods. The radius of the wireless station is .being doubled, the It was semi-ofiicially announced that the matters .dealt with by the Federal'Council' were of secondary importance. KEHMAKY WILL NOT MOBILIZE TODAY Berlin, July German ior- ehn ofitce assurance today that no mobilization order .would'be is- good on drr tad the irrigated fields ClPe dhow 'better growth, which indicates new. equipment being, effective for about 500 miles. A flow of natural gas was struck in Deseronto at a depth of'60, feet while drilling for water was in pro- gress. To avoid tho danger of .collision hasn't a grain elevator, though the with another car, some English motor- have equipped their car's with explanation Is a good one. The farm- flagpoles. The pole is of such height xpanaton s a goo one. e arm- flagpoles. e poe s o suc e ira feed their grain to stock, and that the flag can be easily seen by anyone on tlio other side of a hedge jr other low obstruction at a corner. Claiming that he had to stay at the BerraBii Empire, was said lo have leen necessitated by tli2 heavy exports of.the past lew davs, rs orte.1 by tfe Chambers o! Com- ____________ face aroused another flicker of hope, In London, that .the opportunity for mut- ual explanation may form a starting point toward an improvement in the situation. 'A report stating that Prince Henry of Prussia had gone to St Pet- ersburg, was regarded as a strongly favorable sign, as Emperor William's brother Is believed to have more in- fluence over the Emperor of Russia than any one else, GERMAN RAILWAYS UNDER MILITARY CONTROL Koenigsberg, Germany, July The German military authorities iave posted notices that the railroad station and tracks here have been placed un- der military guard. Nobody is allowed to approach nearer than a distance ol mobilization order. danger of being shot down. RUSSIA STILL MOBILIZING TROOPS CONTINUED PROM. FRONT PAGE. DUTCH ARMY MOBILIZES The Hagce, JuH- Wtl- ava river valley and thus open a di reel road to Nish. Another despatch irom Nish to th LIVE NEWS SUPPRESSED N AUSTRIAN CAPITAL Vienna, July 31. The police au- hotittes have forbidden ttie publica- lon ot extra edition! for the news- papers and even the regular editions tave not been permitted to refer to he occupation of Belgrade, which is till not generally known. The Aus- helmina oi Holland, this afternoon Exchange Telegraph Company says issued an urrat decree ordering the desperate lighting continues along tho general mobilization of the Dutch Er.th Austrian and Ser Ald. J. irit.l.nn letter to tho mayor ami council ask- tees. In the letter the alderman in- the ground floor, but rarely are they mohs, who !IM notlSsd unmius. charges were made on caught "with the upon them, Marie Monk, tho sole.........' -In New Brunswick it appears -iu new JL uyima.a .a. beiloficlary of hfer'father's estate, in though Premier Flemming toad waik- returning the check, states that she the public street and .rumors wore ribwa it- waa.thfe'wtoh of Tier father .will mire him in political obllvity just lihit no such indemnity should be ac- cepted. .P. D. Monk was a high type of public man.' He" held vfews with which many Canadians differed mrt he was a clean; uprinlit, conscientious _____ servant of die people. 'Hon. Mr. Ftemmtog's teetlmony be- appealed more to Pelletier and Nan tel, tihan tto they (had ad t IBiii it flint .pU.MZJBSnlBoa iae IKC( uiat ne jtwew DICUMUU vt tumbermen of all nbadea of politics with Monk, and'he left the govern- abroad that reflected on himself, and :ie was forced to attend the Investi- gation