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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta iW'v ACBFOCTt She ._____v, -Ueralb HIDcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY. 1UBSCRIPTION THE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, JUNE II. 1MB' illy, delivered, per year...... Uly, bj- mill, per year...... by mall, per year...... 54.00 s.oo TELEPHONES; blness Office Offlco A BucJianan To linaglng Director THE CIRCLE r THE WAR fkussian forces have again sained ie ascendency over the Teutonic eiie- iy in Galicia. With surprising ease, lite. Saturday's dispatches. Rus- infants have inflicted several eat defeats upon the invaders, rho KS of the Germans is said -o have een tremendous. 'lu two other zones of war the Al- es have been recording successes. alllpoli. t the Allied forces are report- ftlllUUIl. a to have made splendid gams. The continue their advance tslrian territory. Things are the western iroal. into lliex conHlcl nnd withdrawing from tho other allied forces suppllon that arc very much needed. U Is Becoming more evluent dally that what Germany fears most is tho ability of tho Allies to secure am- munition from the United States. Hero ia what former U-. S. Senator Lafayette Young, editor of tho DCS Molnes, Iowa, Capital, who has' just returned from a visit to most of the countries at war, save: I wish the Amorlcau people gen- erally realized that we have no friends lu Germany and that even our natural- lied fellc-w-citlzons there are not our friends. The Germans think that if the ship- ping of America were discontinued the war would end in sixty days .with a German victory. speaking to Americans, they will talk of nothing 'but. ammunition. I made it a rule not to discuss the ms-tler or to argue with them. Germany hates the United States beoause it i Lnnuunitlon a source of supply of for its enemies. Prob if iha ably it wouldn't be EO mad U. .fi. was actually at war nsainst her, because then the ammunition woulll be utilized entirely toy the United States and the relief opera- tions amonsst the Belgians would 'ease. In l recent letter in the New York J- Von Brack, representing Germim industrial interests in the j HICKED UP IN LASSING fOR Ncilson Uoughner, used 92. died at his home near Lnsalctto, Ont. The Hamilton ilolhodisl conference will moot next year in Mu.coe. Vulcau is to hold a celebration on 1-Uber't Hubbard UllVl- had his lilt insured tor W ii. Cross, a prominent 'loronlo accountant, is dead. Principal McKemic, ol lied Ucel Public school, has accepted a Uosi tioa in New Westminster. U W Unwin, Bath, Out., has contri- buted live sons to the active service wrces since the war started. Vn dlort is bcins made tc have the Saskatchewan government appoint a live stock commission. .N. W. llowell, K.C., M.IVP-. Lih- eral leader in western TScrsity, Illinois. Dr J B Guthiie, son ui Donald K.C., and brother ol Hugh Guthrie; M.I'-. Guelpli, died at H- anston, Illinois. The news all ouud is very" satisfactory from the iaudpoint of the Allies. dispatch from Washington states lal Presidenl Wilson is to request, real Britain to change her IMOCK- de methods in order that trade in on-contrabands may not be mtei- crtd witli- FHE U. S. POSITION s A NEUTRAL There is a siro: seuti'ment certain class in the couniry The Unitei States should enter and this sentiment has been -ely developed since the Lusilania lister. The neutrality policy is .diculed and the zealous advocates of ;nclo Sam's participation tc-e is only one course to lie" republic is to retain its self .re- follow if United1 States, shows the feeling of Germany on this matter of the supply of ammunition to tie Allies from the United States. He claims that Ger- many during the course_ of the war has cut off France's source ot am- munition supply to a great extent The percecntiige of Franco's iron, steel and coal industry under German control is as follows: Coal, SS.8; coks, 7S.3; rum ore, 90; pig iron, S5.7; puddle iron and puddle steel, 02.4; sLeel billets, 76; rails and sleepers, 75; jirders, SS.3; sheets. 63.2; wire, 100; steel castings. T6.9. Then this German proceeds to argue that if it were not for the STJpplr oi ammuni- tion secured from the United States, the Allies would uave Been defeated "ere he neglects to add, of course, that it is the supremacy of the British navy which has enabled tthe Allies io get tie supply in the Ur A of Trehcrne is the Liberal candidate ior the Mani- toba legislature in Cypress consl.tu- H. Christie, of Carlcton Place' resigned from I _J__ nnllcf ml- the Place Lint., lias ninistry ia order to enlist ior actue hotel Tabcr, has made an'innovation. U will serve icecrea_n, imd afternoon tea irom 3 to J.JU during the summer months. The" sudden disappearance oi Mrs William Winters, a woman oi ot age, is tercs-t in tic vicinity, ol the Milage of township o. "bout liitecn miles from Collingwood Between three and iour thottsand men who are employed at the Smith- The "higher ups" are being hit these days. is.aU very well to lalfe -POM what the 'United States should K, but U not the United States neu- L more advantageous to tie Allies ftan as an active participant To rato Saturday NigW pnte the case ery efioctiveiy when it says: The London despatches iniora ua lhai owln- to of explosive heavy guns ustand- is anaile to follow up her Sintages in northern France. Would not be well for' Uiose Canadian which have been yelping tor he past week: for the United elates 6 Ute a hand in the war, 10 realize doing the cause. OE Uie -ouW only be embarrassed? Sr'fte" countries at war with Ger- uny there is only one tliit seems ble'to supply sufficient anUleryiKid mmuEition: lor the same.; Both.'Eng- id and: .Russia Lare seriously ;and', ihpth. are pkrticnlarly-upon die Uniteo tites irawipent facrories. With the riitted Swtes actively engaged, these must fail, nntil such-lime at as factones can erected nd new Wachiners- installed. Such aa'O the London -Standard fini the-pnhlic that the enirj- ot the Jnited States .in the field would he f develoiinent which wo'jld ennre ta he adTaniig'e of the enemy." Eagle- jaiting baB' b'een a cheap sort or im'jsemellt--for some of our blact imith ed'itoVs, whose lack of know- edge of irl'e real requirenients of the Jlies haSroniy been equallea by their eiise iinoiapce international pro- edure yelled from the printed for_ih'e United States to arm Sd almost beiore the Lusitania-V'-waa 'beneath the waves. is much to toe D] Jpr. men might foe running ivonimfnti in place of newspapers, nd if ffiey were what dreadful -he in. the'1 'other side eomes the qnes- ioii anff-'m-yery important one, as to States is not now, i 'the miiiufietnre of munitions of irar. for tfll'tie'aUied nations, of more Ite tlian'iaht.would be in an active ite .of-hMtilities, with her factories iranine to supply her own robps "aadLparm her own fortress w. inih" corporations as tbe -Bethlehem ron on hand immense (rders Tor" Tvar munitions, the cor- poration rilorie having so i if reported, for no less than 'MiOM ofjjrar materials; whila it is cell knowir'vthat the arm factories, inch ns tlic-LColU, are running night lid Gay rifles for the Allies. f-the Uilted. States requires the big arms, as she surely in fiMSe'vent of a declaration of .theSiHies would suffer in con- lenucnceSABullier feature to be taken nto coui'Ueration is the financial >a- the United States is not inly biiTiig -our securities where a ago': qreat Britain was the pur- to greater or less ex- lent flnaacrintr the Allies through siec- 'il made with the Mor- Itns and other great American tink- Inr1 It nrould remain to !be wheth-er, with Hie United States wir, her money markets naturally '--moil, we would ippreclable de- "in their eageriiess for "United States. OUR POINT OF VIEW Manitoba! Oh. hurry; and bring us he smelling salts, or we -will faint! THE ONLY CURE FOR CONSTIPATION tl Mill Jiicis. Avon, Om., MAY nth. 1913. have used for Indigestion Coiirtipulion with molt excellent rwulls, they conti- nue to be my only medicine. -When I first started ibont six years to nsm them, 1 took four at a dose but diully reduced the dose to one tablet at night. Before takinfj I look salts and-other pills but the treatment wasitoo harsh.-1 thought I might well suffer from the illness us from these treatments. Filially, I saw Fmit-a-tira advertised with 3 litter in which some one recommended them very highly, so I tried then, and 1 hive no hesitation ia recommending them." ANNIE E. CORBETT. soc. bar, 6 for f 2.50, trial siie, At all dealers or sent on receipt o1 pries by Prulr.-a-limLimited, New-Comers Reap Benefit of Old-Timers1 Early BO tiiat this upnco wiie'rusorvod for this iiurposo." Concerning the mining Industry, Huv Uenoon recalled olio of thu most Interesting ncrlotls ol tho history of I.uthbrldBc. "In ho mines were opw'wl. The ninrliiil wus very llmllod. owing to the only meniis of tninsnorlntlon being by bi.ll-teiinl- CGlNTl'NUEp-IfllOM FHONT 1'AGli. lit llio luliio cost hrobnbiy :your" liiosi' Important Indus hrony :your lio try." 'It Is flltlns 'to nssoclafo Ills naiae. with! places In Lo'llibridgb, Gait. ..hospital, and Gait gardens. GnH Burdens were dcscltoed to me'beforo 1 came here ns tho finest ami are fam- ed not-only- tOr.'ihelr siio but tor tlieir bcnuly.'-.'u'ot'-o'nly in Albertii.-hul in all Gauadai '.the origin of Gall Gardens there 'lies 'a tradition. It Is said that when the long hull teams came lu to town with three or four wagons at- tached. the trains were so Ions I hat a large space was necessary to turn lu. SPRAYING TO DESTROY DANDELIONS ,f H- Horticulturist} luxurious on tho sprayed plots than (Canadian HorllcuRun I on the unspravcii plot. It is, liow- Probably no weed at tacts l .ore o thjt white Dutch attention at this tune ol tj irom than the homely dandelion, uitrj V._____, iimir> tn where lawns arc to be seen steamship Uaroncss was Ititiiichud, with several bnrHes. new Btcamers' and sixteen .barges were built nl l''ort jMucleod. Unfort- uiialcly, the short season of niivlga- only CJluscili.'thp- abiiniloiimenl. q( iho auliciHo. It-wns decided to connect Lcthbrldgo with: Hie iniilii lino by rail, and ihc tnrlicy- trall narrow cunEe 'Was built Io Duil- moi-o Junction, being completed. In Ail-list 2S, 1SS5. With the comple- tion of the railroad, n new era com- inc-nccil The now thriving commun- ity wns named nfler Wllllnm Letll- brldge, Ihc uresldcnt.ot Iho.Northwest Coal Navigation Co., and the pre- sent townsilc wns surveyed. The Lethbrhlse House and ninny places ul ['business were .built and the ponula i lion steadily-increased.'; Educational Development Mr. Denoon made brief mention of ihc development along educational anil W 11CCC lunjls with the pest. Later, when the seeds arc ripe, they arc still liiVPtj CIUVCJ- i-nui'-'.it utuui yellow the sprayed plots. This, welcome you Io this church, Itt'Uio Jays .to come iJio.Hlulil aH God, Bower will'I'bpolco At the coricluilon of the service. old-timers remained'forV few mlnutvf to couslder the queetlon of organizing an old-timers' asioclatlon. Mayor Hordie tiaked for for a oo mm it Leo to draw up plans for fur- ther activities. Tho following wan unanimously voted aa membcn of committee: Dr. DeVeber, conranor; Messrs. Adams, McNab, Fltftwdbd. McBetli, Hlglnbotham and Bowman. nnd MesdumeE Stafford, McKlllop, Hig- inbollmm and DeVeber. With the signing of the roll thft meeting dispersed. The following are the names of tho old-tlmore who rcglstersd yesterday: Adams. .Jas. Alnl, Jal. Ashcroft, Jnc Jno. Craig, D. .Cona. Senator DeVcuer, F. ;W. Downer, J. T. sistauce of later arrivals, the R McKmri with the solution. mcnt and bcaulifj-iiiE of thc'city'could field meat market London have field meat Tolunteered to work four hours a day in tuiaiiig out munitions 01 war. Rev ff E. I'escott, pastor oi Central Methodist. church Windsor but those or .tiie two are very similar, though, the .d; noi so eiaci. s .t cwsnty per cen t. s prayed IOQISI.' President Wilson and tnougn-line .uiiii U.LC w-nithcr KiffSiSr-tjf This was prepared lawn Spray The old-timer and tho newcomer must, [orset dirrevenccs. banish sectiouliiism. and work together for the further ad- Braved ior nesiucui S the singing oi tf "Stax Span gird Banner" part of the service. David Dillabough, 80. ol Down.c township, Perth county, a tanner, was killed by a branch ol a tee striking him during the -ind storm. Tlpv James ickcrman, a colored preacher was sentenced at Chatham _ r-jn Hon Chas. Dalton, the P.E.I. lox iirmcr has offered to provide a mot- or ambulance ior Red Cross work at the front and- volunteered his services as chauGeur. Rev. Johnston, phate was used. This-was prepared the dandc- bv dissolving o[ iron suU Liie Litj i.-.-i 1, n arc best. We arc all linked mdlssol- jnbly wilh the naut. and the future lie the solution, the leaves of the clanuc- so as t" Ihe soil. will. I "S icit for about two J11" spravin'g with iron sulphate is no ii-pn-. sceu t-o ue senuuig f mons Rlple'y; L. S. Rlpley anl ItobW- in. MaEdames Jas.' Ashcroft. W. Banu, R Jno. CralB, Veber J. H. HIUB. botham, Jas.' Halllday, A< Hutton. J. D. Hlpnbolhim, W. HtB- derson, B. Hagell, A. B. J. 9. Kirkham, J. McKenn, A. -M. NMl, W. H Morris, A- M. Oeo. MULwi, C. dandelions as i very 'expensive. The. iron sulphate -r imay be obtained retail at irom two then given witn the same Wee cents a pound, 'or wholesale careful watch was kept the plots to thre cen Is Q. iron sulphate, iorty- li -iriB he a long day before ManUbba from the disgrace of Rob- lin's corrupt administration of affairs in that province. And to think of it! The.Winnipeg Telegram right up until the last mo- ment glorified the Rohlin government se'one-'of'.theiifeEt, cleanest and most .Manitoba's new government ap- pointed a woman as a commissioner for taking and .as- a resu'it it is being figured that the'sgovernment is in sympathy with woman suffrage. In appointed commissioners. At Luclfy Strike, Mrs. N. Kinssbury hfe been a commissioner i'or some years, and a very competent and acceptable one she'is, too.. A ,..._..- ren years oi active wort in pteach- z was placed on the superannuated "t bv the Bay ol Quintc Methodist onierence. t l. L Gordon, oi Itegina, has been pointed a bencher oi the law soci- v oi Saskatchewan .to succeed eut Mundell, oi" Moosimin, who as killed at the front. Rev. F. E. JIcKeguer, B.A., cur- e oi St Mark's oi Toronto, and ie of the Western University. Lon- n has been selected as., tie'; new oi .Trinity Anglican v'church, Rev'0Charles Bndicott, the new pre- dent oi the Saskatchewan Metjp- sfconierence, has been appointed Hoa Walter to attend .140. purity congress at. San rancisco in July ;.as the delegate om the Saskatchewan government? According to reliable information ceived in Paris -are The beni'nV used shells ag- ainst tbe Russians in twenty-four hours. Canada is now making shells a day, it -would have taken us fourteen days to mike enough 'ihe'Ja for the Germans to use us in one day. gives us some Idea.of the great need of munitions, and It ia to he hoped Canada's resources will be utilized to the utmost to supply the needs of the Allies, w, i more ir of a turm litter to an ap entrance info the points 'V the. Toronto piper ihis seems more Oikn activity It Uncle Sun IV.A AlllM with Manitoba Conservative M.P.P.'s are quitting in disgust. Mr. Mewhlrter member for Elmwood. become an ndependent, and J. -Parent, Conserva Ive member in the provincial lulsla ure for has written to hU el ctors announcing that, he will not be a candidate "I take this he says, "owlnK to' circuinstsnces over which I have, no control, the prlnclpa of which are the revelations now be- ng made before the Royal Commis- sion. I hope liie. authorities will DO spare'money or'time to punish parties, if who are guilty." Many American papers are very se- vere on Mr. Bryan. Briefly, here i whut some of them "A the jwace of the na "A Americini .Ga letto-Timw. umjiorertly bereft o Teswn ind to Post-Intelligencer. "A. Advertiser. "A prospeelive Presidential cand Courint. com ment win tickle tbe Iwi of the r ____ spraying ie same results. make twenty gal- of Knox church, mentioning A. G. Cam eron A. M. Gordon anil the late Hev. Charles JIcKKlop. To tho work of the latter he paid special tribute, and associated with, him the iiames of.J- D. Higlnbotham, JIcKay nnd John Duff, the earliest pillars or the Pres- byterian church in Leihbridse. Ur Hlginbotliam, the only survivor. 1ms heen superintendent of the Sunday J. J.'McKay, E. McKtblle, fribute to tbe'j. H. Noel, Audy Neldig T. P. Nol.B, p Nimmons, P. 'LAsey, J. T. Rose, w. Scott, R. Jr., Jno. Scott TV. aeon, IL. j... Stafford Geo. Seaman, R. B. Sherlock, Hugh 0. H. Vanborn.and R. Watson. Misses B. Hardy, 0.' Hardy.. Eflnl. Henderson, J- lIcLeayi H. McKlllw. May JIcKeniie, E. B- Hipley and M. N. Saunders. Grade teachers of Screnlon puplio schools, numbering 182, 'have struct against an examination newly Impol- ed .upoii them. au VJIIBUL lui. ubmarines and it is estimated that he output now has reached one sub-; arine a week. i J. P Bole, M.P.P. lor Regina.-has ecn selected for the office o! issioner of the public liquor store; in Saskatchewan. The -com-, issioner will purchase all liquor for years ago, a record unique in -Alberta, cnccs; pun ..p- numhcr one there weie one hundred check tperc VIM. dandelions in plot num- to two "one hundred and iorty-one in ploctnumber three ninety-one. In sprayed) there siv. thousand four These figures show that over ninety cent8 of tte -landelions m th. oer cent 01 wic Slot were destroyed by spraying so. times with a twenty tion oi iron sulphate correspondents -who lawn last year wir" also report success. writes as follows "Having followed the insttuctions given to ,use bul- phale of iron (two ppundB of iron sulphate .to a .gallou of wa- tifiVing the Uf Cockerill W ot iron ow going aitcr.the other twenty-five er cent." i In our eiperiments here no pcrma- ent harm was done to .the: grass. _lt ooked blackened .and Discolored -for ome time .alter spraying, .but this issiunei win ie public stores, and be responsible-' r the whole system. He will be.-an-r werable to the legislature. A report issued by Admiral Tanon, Revel, chief of the Italian naval; lali Shows that Austrian messages are'intercepted regularly by. ie Italians, says a special dispatch; rom Rome. The Italians have, been nabled to obtain this inlormatiqp, is of immense military y the use of a new device invented y- Guglielmo Marconi. The device'ij aid to make it impossible for .'.the to inUrcspt -Italian .mesSj By the decision to create jtvio ourts, the King's Bench and Appeal, our new judges will he required ill Saskatchewan. It is regarded as ain that B. Willoughby, he opposition, will be one of tbeso. J-hief Justice Haultain, the pre.se.nl hici justice of a's- ured of that position for life, what- ver disposition is made of the nt siiprcme court judges. .'L; Two drafts of olllcers and flien rom the 50th and 51st batta ions, lelt Calgary for the Iront. .The ifficers going were 50th battalion 3aptaln C. W. Gaitskill, Lieut, .-A; I. Toole. I.ieut. J. M. Jephson C. Hobertion, Lieut.'H. A Whittaker; 5Jst battalion, .CaptaiL J L Higginson, Lieut. P. B. Som erville, Lieut. A. S. Trimmer, .Lieut J.-S. Woods, Lieut. D. C. .Konl Captain Hlgginson is the senior er ol the'party. The capital stock of the Ford Mo< or company was increased by rectors Irom to 000 and a stock dividend will bede clared, payable in July, of bringing the Issued capita stock up to -The lemam inj will he reserved for.f ture developments and dividend' as conditions demand. Hel ry Ford owning Jl 700 000 000 In toel .ill teceue MS.tlim'tbe.i the grass is greener tand more Organization Perfected all He the somewhat- bifih rices of lumber'supplicd Jy. the to- Ipcrative orapanv was tied up by a threc- ear co'ntract with the lumber mills while the price ot been orced down by the brank- upt lumber stocks in B. C. A long iscussion of malketing methods fol- owed. TUr Qulncy then announced the for- mation of an egg cirle which he said vould be a certain SUCCESS, because t was .to be managed entirely by la- Woodbridgc, general tary of the U. F. A., followed. His uhiect was co-operation, and he be- ,.an with an inspirational discussion of general principles In which the char- acterized the present governing pow- er oi money as an autocracy and the II FA as an educational mstitu- lion He'scored the U. F. A. for the ack'of business methods followed, es- jccially in the annual conventions. -Ie urged co-operation 'in the matter ol live stock and potato marketing, rwd to raise the standard oi larm product by means ol district unions, specializing in some particular vari- eties He said that in ,his opinion agricultural credit would not do very much good without co-opcratinn, which would largely do away with the need lor such legislation. Ht showed how one local U. P. A. union had secured a credit ol S5000. from tlio local bank and had been ahlc to supply their own seed grain without government aid. A committee from each ol the loc- als involved was appointed to per- fect the organization of a district local in conjunction wilh each local! involved. Suppose We Pared This Goodyear ForUfled Tire Goodyears Rule Five vital features have put these tires ou top in four short years. But these five features we control. And no rival has them. All We.lher Tre.d now double-.lhick, with deep-cut, close-set, sharp. blocks. They grip where average t res. slip. They minimize punctures and multiply Goo.5y.nr'., No-Rlm-Cal that fortifies against rim-cutting m the best way Icience'has discovered. This patented method, 'hough widely copied, has never been equaled. Goodye.r's "On-Air" Care-that protects -agoinst blowouts. We eacll.tlre 'hissecond late on hups of air. The air, super-heated, ex- paods and "irons out" any wrinkle the fabric. mNyoCqth'e1rntire maker goes to this ejpsnse. So wrinkled fabric in rival tires causes blowouls. Rubber Rlv.ls-hundreds of Ihem vulcanized between the tread ami car- cass." The exclusive use 000 !t reduces loose.trcad risk by 60 per cent, of 126 braided piano wires in the M year tires. They make it impossible to tire from the rim. Prices Reduced Vft desnite these extra features dvnNt war tax on every partlcl. of raw maurlal thai iuto Goodyear Fortified On Febnmry ISIh mmie nllal prtM rcduclfon. This was our third in leu than two jnn, wr- ing the user in all an o[ S7 per This saving is to the anuuinf demand lee Goodyear Tire, that multiplied onr .Mp.lt cat our factory cost per tire. Last men bought in Canaan a there wefe cars in the Dominion. "Join these contented motoristi. our price from toy oealtr today. Goodyear Service Sta4lons-Tires and Tubes in Stock .LETHBRIDGP, ALBERTA. FORD GARAGE-LBTHBHIDGE; LEtirBHiDGE AUTO CO.-I.ETHBWHGE NEARBY TOWNS-SHIELDS.HARDWARE ;