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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE root Hlberta DAILY AND WHKLY. Bally, delivered, by SMll. xr Ktaklf, hjr saail per rear. ...3 l.M l.M -tolet Witorial XHBe. W. A. Jehli Uaniglng -Wwclor Business HOUND THE CIRCLE or. THE WAR The Allies are to iave the assist- ance of two nations in the strag- overthrow GennanlsDi, if pre- sent indications count for anything, Koiimania ii laid to have made satis- factory with tlie Allied powers, and iriH eater the conflict shortly. The war' party in Greece is asain in the raa- ]orits% and King Constantino, brother- in-law ol the Kaiser thoulh he is, can scarcely keep hit peoplo from follow- ing their itill to enter the war, aud try conclusions with their old enemy. tee Turk. The Italians reported to have completely blockaded t'ns Austrian fleet -ports, so that it is now impos- sible for the Austrisns to utilize any of their righting ihips. The situation in the Dardanelles is very satisfactory to th9 Allies, ac- cording to official reports which have niade wltata the past day or two. Progress apnsars to ie slow, however. Premier has aaiid Parlia- ment for another war vote of COOJiOO.. He that the coat of the war tor Britain for the nuxt three months will ee something lite One Conservative, we have heafcl or. wanta to pall the responsibility for tW Msiiltoia- rottenrtoss over 10 the Liberals, Sir Hotsoni KpMln. was once Liberal. TWi tlenan should start a movement at once 'gel rid of Robert HoWis, for a liberal, too. Jaiuts J. Hiily.wlio thinks. tke -war says tnat-w'Seat' will 1.00 a bushel this fall'and'ifl centliijiext year. As Mr. than anybody else the Saskatoon OUH VIEW- of wheat o? about the samo value. slf iriittiV about the end of not hesitating to speak out very strongly on the issues uppti-aoeV in this war. Rev. Dr. Her- rldgeVfthe retiring Moderator of the Presbyterian churea. a passion- ate speech in supporting, a patriotic resolution at tae General AsiemWy. He ssii: "Ii I had known this matter was coming up I'd have put on the khaki, which I have a right to wear. I OB y have two aons, and taey are flotn m it and if 1 had a I would send them every one. We a quarrel with Germany, alii it is our own mult if we don't mike this holy war. It is no mere vnlgar quarrel; upea Issue hangs tie destiniea at civiliza- tion a right to be angry with aesecratore of the temple of humanity: thone who hare torned Belgium into a Hagar nation, crying in tie wilderness. W. hare a quarrel the aiurderer. of women ind children on land and sea, against the sen who cann.t tight "T j.r the moat damnable methods, that "oU he dlsownd evenly barbarians. We have to fight-that th. light, of lib- erty may net go out all round the world. Tnafs a militant speech from the it's "the gwpel truth, too. UNITED STATES 1C LOANING US MONEY That the early (ears that great dif- ficulty would be experienced in Can- adian financing, hare not materialised ii emphasised in a. very interesting article In tie Monetary Times. Funds for war purposes are being advanced monthly by the Imperial government Canadian Jong-term loans will he issued In London" at a latejUate to wpay these war loans. tae London market is closed to practicably all but war loans, the Do- main gvnruaent hu betn able tkls year to raise in that mar- ket, Provincial goyernment, corporation and municipal financing is being ac compllshed without much difficulty in the States. Owing to war con- ditions, the marfett for Canadian bonds kas changed from London to Nuw York. TWa is a aurprisiug fuk- bnt the ease with which the change has been accomplished is cntlfylng. Seven of Canada's provincial goven- ments have raised during tie tint lire months ot 1116, 112.475.0W by nay of loans. All ot that sum, with the ex- ception of obtained In the United States The provincial goranBunts and other borrowers here, iaclnding a large num- ol municipalities, have been able to sell In the ntlghborliic money mar- liets, nearly lU.WO.OOO woith of. bonds since December The following in this connection an ot imtctest: In -Dfetsaber; 1914, tiiara were sold Canada IttT.tM worth ot bonds, and in tae United States ud none Great Britain: lYom Jaa- uayr to .April. M16, there waa sold in Onaada; in the TJiited ud worth it Ornt Britain. During May, M1E, worth ware In Ca- imdii; SS.SeO.IK) worth in tho United inn nose is: Oreat Britain. i'li.: K a. total of aaiirtn ooiiiia sold since.Dtiaaiher 1, the whole oi 1SH, of Canadian bonds were sold ill all During the five of 1915 (to Mar M) apiroii- of Canadian bonds otett toM in the Canadian, TJn- rWMaa and British Markets, or Own lialf the total sales of Tat afctve show dearly the atYsJtt so far as Canada's arc canceraM. The akarp i the following June roses, bloomed plentifully at tne of May m BattWord. Saskatoon will limit the entrv o! public school pupils to those over to. reals of age. The Assessment Commissioner at estimates the population at 't PtrcMtage of Canadian Tear" fends pnrekased by Tj.S. MJ1..................6.58 ...............13.15 1 MIS (to Wile the Wales, aitar tha war not llltly ta utstwt Bri- uin u MrcMtC tie neighbor- RtfokHe take largtr.anira ot high-grade aeenr taii has keen tkt case In pttt i Tlew tf tkt Mtietary PICKED UP IN IASSINGJ FOR 1Hg 1-H1 LITHBRIDCK DAILT HBKALI> Must Devise Some Means of Increasing Live Stock Production WEDNESDAY, JUNE ill) TJV uoco ioov wnouy min who produces it. It he is short J :_ ---J tvinnev nnJt can but it is surely time that some broad scheme was devised whereby this waste would he prevented. 10 allow these young animals to be shipped but of Canada now, as far as. the Canadian west is concerned, is a repetition 'in another form of 'killing order to "reduce high-Wass, clean seed, farmers must be constant- ly on the alert to keep the weeds on man j Li, Farms i, check and tb .present- or the introduction and spread of new Thus commences Bulletin No. S8, recently published by the Seed Uranch ot the Dominion De- partment ot Agriculture under the title ol "Weeds and Weed and which can be had twe on adilrees- ine the publications branch of the de- partment at Ottawa. After telling of the wastage causeil by. wefds, the Bulletin procesds to esplain, or ra- ihcr the seed commissioner, Mr. G. H Clark, does, tor weeds are in- troduced and their extensive preva- lence They are classified according to tis length ot-ttee they live, as aonuals, biennials and pennaials. In eradicating is o! to know under which bead they come.: Annuals, it is explained, may be era- dicaUd from land, however badly in- fested it may any meth- od by which germination is hastened and the yenng plants destroyed be- fore they product seed. which require two season to complete tteir growth, must be eitfcer plough- ad or cut down belort they Bower.; Perennials are the most troublesome ovdng to the extension and firmness of tfcir roots A single ploughing often dots more harm tnan goon by breaking up the root-stocks and stim- ulating growth For shallow-rooted, perennials, mfesied land should be Ploughed so lightly that the roots are to the sun to dry For deep-rooted perennials ploughing should lie as deep as conveniently possible, the nature of the land de- termining the depth of the ploughing. The best time to destroy weeds is within two or tirree days after the j. H. Mitchell, manager of the Bank of Ottawa at Hegma, has been transferred to Alexandria, Ont For stealing four borsct at Emer- i, McCurry was sent- enced to four years in pen. mdty work will be stopped -to allow tM me. to go to work on tbe farms during harvesting. Etares cases of hone stealing fig- ured on the docket ol the Awises at Calgary Criminal Tie only two strikw ol workers in Saskatchewan last year were at Sas- katoon and BattWord. The introduction ol modern machin- ery will cut. down to 7M the men seeded on the work for Greater Win- ilpst'f water supply. Johnson and Reyaolds Paint- er veil known Regiaa are to be toed the United States border vith batches of Austiwu. Tte estimates- for tfce city, of Wm- niaeg were adopted aid a tax rate of U milta was struck. a r-- ol .8 mills from Tte destTOTtr Wtuwrickt, for fte gotenment ky New York SkipkuildiMg compwif j was launched at Pbiradelphia. Harold Riciards, e. rancher oi meaas at High Rival, Alia Bailing as a member of the Rsyal Naval Hymg Corps. Rev. Jonn E Cos-Hi, a dekt ol Strntierd, is dead tn Mil- waukee fiem cancer He was a mem- ber ol the Jesuit Otser and a writer and lecturer. The bad? of an unknown man, fce- lieved to hate bee. u the water two to weeks, wai from the shallow waters ol tke High- wood Creek K Jice arc inwrtigating and Vill be bald Major A, C, Mumson-Bell, the known for East Devon ISaiJawl, WBO was Ri- oeau as Captain Bell during the regime of Lord Miato, and who was oaptwed by tte Gtrmwa, at Friedtcrg, saeording to ad- ricas at Fresidnt Steotklig, o! tie Pence Prise in an oaJcia rtateawnt, txprtues We tte Peace rear be awarded to Bewdlct V., as injseated Tte oeclares Hu Hoiiaess' name aot presented to tte committee in uu> time. A doikli drowning owurnd at An- gus, Oat., (iordoa aid JostfB Armstrong, afsd 14 MR 11 ywrs spectivelr, toil ot Walter AtMtnwg, net ttnr aeatta la the Nottawasagt rner. H is snyioMd tke lads went 11 swmnisg, u their closing vac fooad oa the Tke bodies were recovered hours afterward. Miss Perry and W. Danjr wtn drowaed on Saturday on tke north share of the inlet at Vancou- tw. It ippetred that tte couple wer. wattmg fa a boom of logs when Mm Perry fell in, aad it waa while at- temptrac to rescue tbat Darner also lott his lite. A boat containing mne of foe ot tke parties only tkrte kiadred yards away, bit ton ol tke occupMts saw tke aecUtHt. Tke end. WEEDS AND WEED SEEDS CONTWUnD IHOM FRONT "With regard to the cattle, the Do- minion. governmnij a 4Mnaae in tte cattle- for iSninion ol Canada ol eighteen pet There have already W marktttnus of younf feoiales to the UnitW aat i. tios to say that there It at ttie time, not- 5.000'. young heifere to !n --the Oaaadian Weft, to say nothing ol 50.MD, that is, aiu- mmla IduM not be allowed to out ol tte ciuntry it our farms are to be kept up to a degree ol et- Rcwocy fte matter ol supplies. liwuld Pravent "The matter of-wt aliowtag young (emalc stock to go out oi the coun- does cot rest wholly with the the goose which lay the golden "II the west allows its yonng breed- ing cattle to go to Trance, where IB It to be restocked from Not from Eastern Canada, for it has been de- pleted almost as badly as the west not from the Unittd States, for they are shorter than Canada. While there are many farmers who are short of 'money at the present time, it might surprise the public generally to know that there are numbers of western farmers who have money to invest, and surely there is no way in which it could be invested to better advant- age: than by retaining this young stock in the country. The man who srfis now docs hot do so because he is anikms to help re-stock French farms, which is no doubt a laudable work, but be sells because he needs the money, and thinks, rightly or wrongly, that he needs the immedi- ate price of a yearling so badly that he sacrifices the profit on the two- year-old, which he would get by keeping and breeding it for another year He would be just at willing to sell tbts young. animal to hts brother farmers to breed feed, as he is to sell it- to go to France. Land for Stock Raising "There are. thousands of acres of land in the immediate vicinety of Winnipeg, to say nothing of land within two or tirree days after the Vstrlc'ts. "that are immediately first pair of leases has formed on the, r Ialsmg and feed- seedling plant For friable boils the purposes ,f some of ose ol the "weeder is advwed The Jarmers who hive dis- ose o "tilting" harrow is also satisfactory for comparatively loose soils sad. is preferred as a destroyer on firm or clay The Bulletin, after detailing results ol investigation by officers of the seed branch as far. graia, grasses and clover are and how the seeds: are spread, and in what quan- tities they have been found in diBer- ent localit'es covering iour provinces, proceeds to describe the nature and method o! eradication ol 114 vans- -ties, of which iS ious" under the Order in Council ol 1911 authorized by the Seed Control Act, passed in the ume year. Each of tke 28 and each oi the'remaining 86 are not only minutely described, but an exact illustration of weed and seed accompanies each description. The twenty-eight are will oa-to, false wild omter-vumsion darnel, docks (curled, clustered and purple coekle, Campions (including cockle, ngkt flowering catchfly, and bladder cow coekle, Etink- weed, false flax, ball mustard, wild radish, wild mustard, mus- tard, tumbling mustard, wild carrot, Held bindweed, clover dodder, blue bur or stickweed, blue weed, ribgracc, ragweed: common and peren- ox-eye daisy, Canada thistle, chicory, sow thistles (perennial or Reid sow, annual or common, spiny- lesyed ot prickly The other 86 are not regarded as quite so acti- ons, although they, too, give trouble in (jrair, crops, hoed crops, meadows, pastures, lawns and on roadsides. They are all plainly described and pictured m the bulletin, which mer- its the attention oi every farmer and every gardener, amateur or profes- sional. avaae or soc ra ing purposes, and aurclv if some of Ithe progressive farmers who mone> could get together and cuss this -.matter caScfully and fully ade- but with the large packing house inter- it is in a position to offer an rets and the some scheme ,.uate solution to this problem, could be worked out ivbcreby the organization meetings V'2 ifnSi U.W. trom wfiich' FJLX country M usel for breeding in western Canada ,s very much It seems like a joke thai Kg Hence the Air of Myattry I suppose a detective must b egood at cneeallng his "Oh, yes. And it Is Quite often ne- ceuary for him to conceal the fact that he hmn't Birmingham Age Herald. Prabably Would "Celebrating mother's day by wear- ing a carnation la a pretty custom, Isn't "Quito so Another quain would be for ovcry girl to hrtp mother wash tho "Yes, I think tktt would surprise Mother all Conrier- 1 splo and span are snow-; white caps and snow-white gloves and apotieee garments. All in the bright the singing, polished kettles and the silvery trays and tinfoil Not a hand touches the creamy chide, the powdery sugar or the delicious, .tempting flavoring. Sterling Gum will always deserve a welcome in your mouth. Fbvorous Sterling. St.rllnf OMI Company ol Canada, Limited The Free Piess does not feel that described the United States in its at'- towards Germany, .'namely, hand breeding stock is .being shipped out by the carload "The fanners 'are complaining 'and with a good show of reason, that the? are not getting what they should get" for their produce. On the other hand the people in the citKS and towns are finding living so costly that it is no exaggeration to say that with many of them, they roust j have relief or go elsewhere to live. There are surely brains enough in the Canadian West to devise some means whereby the west can mcreats its production so that linns; will be rpnre and at the same time the producer will receive an adequate return from his labor. "Probably nothing a more signific- ant of the bad management which is going on, than the fact tbat while the production of nogs increase more than fifty fa cent, during the year 1914, and the producers of these hogs were obliged to take a price for them which was not profitable, the decline in the price of pork products, such as bacon and ham, was so small as to be largely negligable.__________" resolutions and too little acting We have live- stock, organizations .of all kinds in the different provinces, we have a western live stock union which covers all three western prov- inces, ne in'-tfie-livestbck business, both'that of producers and handlers, that are setond to none in their knowledge and ability, we have a country admirably adapted for live stock production and there 'is a mar- ket for all that can be L produced Surely then it cannot be an impos- sible task to devise- some means whereby live stock production can he- put oh a profitable basis to the pro-, ducers and at the same time.the nec- essaries of life be supplied to tte Pec-; pie of tho cities and towns at" such prices as will enable them to buy good food and plenty of it, and fur- ther to devise ways and means by ail the surplus production, oven and above the i require- ments, can find a steady market reasonable profitable prices." Reduced Steamers 1at Claaa SUMMER SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL Date Steamer .To June W..COBINTHIAN ...Londcn July S..METORIAN ...Olwgow July 11..SICILIAN July ..Liverpool July 17..COMICAN Qlaifow July 32..SCANDINAVIAN OUMflvl Pull InMrmatlen fnm my Ball- war er tUajnthi. or W. R. ALLAN, Agent, MM Main Mmt, AVilMMe opened with the Union OF CANADA--------, rf Is that If one' dies trie family funds are not tied up just when they are likely to be murt needed. Tin survivor can withdraw the money without or formality. Think It open a Joint Account O. TINNINO, MlMfltr H. f. SANDS, Actlflf Manager LITHMIMt BRANCH ORAMY LAKE The Liquor Act What will it do? Read the Act yowneE 1. It will abolish the "bar absolutely, including wholesale liquor stores and liquor selling m'-clubs. (Sections 23 and 37.) 2. It will allow liquor to strictly sacramental, medio- inal, mechanical and scientific But only when bought from officials appointed by the governor (who make no gam or profit on their sales but are fi-xedtalary) and then under a severe and rigid system of affidavitsHmfraccbunting which makes evasion ex- ceedingly difficult if not impossible.; (Sections 4 to 20.) A druggist may sell only on a physician's prescription just as he now sells cocaine opium or any other dangerous '.drug.' 23 and Sub-Sec. 1.) 3. It will allow a private householder to keep a limited amount of liquor in his own home for private lisa, (Section 55.) Even this quantity laiust be brought in from outside the province which will make such drinking inconvenient and expensive. This section will make "blind pigs" unnecessary, and in addition will give" reasonable "personal liberty" to the individual in his own home. 4. It will prevent anyone under 21 years of age taking liquor except when administered as medicine by parent, guardian or physic- ian under a prescription. (Section 33.) 5. It will prevent a brqw'erJLor distillery selling or giving liquor to anyone in the province vendor for sales. (Sections 26 and 31.) 6. It will give liquor July 1916, to dispose of their Stocks. (Section 40.) 7. It will punish by seve.rK-'iinfig imprisonment those who attempt to evade any of its provisions. 40.) 8. It will not prohibit limilHJfftcturf; this is within the exclusive control of the Dominion Parlidnienttj'jihttt wilf be our next step Alberta and Saskatchewan f, 4 what were necessities and rigidly else. It was- prepared by trusted temperance veterans and learned counsel. v, CALL AT OUR COMMITTEE ROOMS AND GET A COPY ;